Let's try this again. Last year I had plans in participating in Jenn's Fall Film Challenge. You know how many I watched on my list? 1. Yeah, talk about a fail. When I saw Stephanie post about the challenge again, & give her list, I thought "why the hell not?!" The challenge starts a week from today, September 1, & you can read all of the rules here on Jenn's post.
I'll be choosing movies that I can find on Netflix just because it makes life easier.
Here are my picks:
one. about adolescence.
two. about a character's rebirth or rite of passage
three. about a comic book character.
four. shot or set in washington, d.c.
five. set in an academic environment
six. about failure.
Take This Waltz
seven. about a man vs. god or gods.
Thor: Hammer of the Gods
eight. about a man vs. himself.
Seeking a Friend For The End of the World
nine. about an invention or an ingenuous individual.
ten. set in a jail or prison.
Let's Go To Prison
eleven. about a dog.
Hachi: A Dog's Tale
twelve. about loss.
August: Osage County
thirteen. about man vs. man.
SEAL Team Six: The Raid On Osama Bin Laden
fourteen. about man vs. nature.
A Lonely Place To Die
fifteen. one that has a monster or monstrous individual.
sixteen. shot or set in pennsylvania.
seventeen. about a character's quest of some kind.
Journey To The Center of the Earth (1959)
eighteen. about a character who goes from rags to riches.
nineteen. about a man. vs. society.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
twenty. originally released in the thirties.
Young Mr. Lincoln
twenty-one. about undesirable individuals or elements.
twenty-two. about a voyage and return.
twenty-three. about wizards or witchcraft.
twenty-four. originally released in the sixties.
twenty-five. about a yearning or obsession.
Eyes Wide Shut