What I Watched In… April 2015

Favorite of the Month: The Apartment (1960)

Favorite of the Month: The Apartment (1960)

Hey guys — I know I haven’t posted an awful lot lately. Well, it’s May, which means I’m getting off work for the summer in a few weeks. I hope to change that over those months. But until then…

In the interest of full disclosure (and to generate a little content here) I thought I’d present a regular tally of what movies I managed to see in the previous month. Some of them I’ve written or talked about, most of them I haven’t. This list includes movies I saw for the first time, movies I’ve seen a thousand times, movies I saw in the theater, movies I watched at home, direct-to-DVD, made-for-TV and anything else that qualifies as a movie. I also choose my favorite of the month among those movies I saw for the first time, marked in red. Feel free to discuss or ask about any of them!

1. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (2015), B+
2. The Zero Theorum (2013), B
3. Nurse (2014), D
4. The Sword in the Stone (1963), A
5. G-Men From Hell (2000), D
6. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), A
7. A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman (2012), B-
8. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954), B+
9. Spawn (1997), D
10. Stargate (1994) B+
11. The Apartment (1960), A
12. Batman Vs. Robin (2015), B
13. Alpha House (2014), F
14. Ask Me Anything (2014), C
15. Killer Legends (2014), B
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Blake M. Petit. Author. Podcaster. Teacher. Actor. Geek Pundit.

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