75 Movies I Watched In 2017

When I sat down this morning, I didn’t expect to write such an elaborate post but clearly I’m crazy, so here we go. There are 75 movies in this list, 75 movies I saw in 2017 and all listed in a chronological order from which I saw them from January to December. Reviews included for those I wrote about, but I didn’t add any ratings because I don’t want to spoil the Best & Worst of 2017 post coming next year. Oh, and the ones I saw in December will have reviews up next year, I promise. Hope you enjoy!

This post is dedicated to Kristin, who will definitely maybe read this post.

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When You Miss Movie Theaters…

writing-a-letterIt has now been over a month since the last time I stepped into a movie theater. I saw Bad Moms, which is not the movie you want to have as the last movie you saw when you are writing a love letter like confession. And it’s not like Bad Moms is at fault here, it’s all the other little things that get in the way, and before you know it, you miss it…

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Coffee Talk #2


Though the current season hasn’t technically merged into Fall yet, it’s cold and dark and rainy and I refuse to call this thing that is happening outside Summer. So, since I’ve accepted the fact that it’s Fall, this seems like the perfect time to look back at the Summer block busters and reflect on those good and really bad movies I saw. And that one specific movie that stole my heart.. forever.

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The existential force of a movie lover’s mind

existential crisis

Every now and then I get the “Why do you watch so many movies?” or “Why do you go to the cinema all the time?” or any other version of the same question, and my entire existence is put under a microscope while its purpose is being investigated. I never fail to answer these questions but I usually go for the simplest of answers “I love movies” to justify this huge part of my life, so I figured it was about time to go deeper into the mind of a movie lover and explain the force that keeps me going.

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