This was my experience during the Annie remake, believe it or not. Except for the fact that I didn't tie a rope. But anyway, it's once again time to recap the last seven days of movie watching, and I warn you, I may start to ramble on when I get to the bad (I may also want to edit that sentence out once I actually write the paragraph, but I'm too lazy to press the backspace button a few times), but we'll see how that goes.
I've hinted at a lack of sleep every once in a while, but I've also hinted at that going away. Three weeks in and I can honestly tell you that this isn't the case. I'm exhausted, although that may be a rather unfair statement seeings as how I was up until 1am last night having a Lord of the Rings marathon, followed by a 6:30am awakening. But whatever, the point is that I'm tired. I'm fine with that, however. I'm not sick (yet), but even if I was I could still demolish a lot of movies. Whatever. I'm straying from the topic.
Seeings as how I rewatched a lot of films this week, of course there's going to be a lot of highs. I don't really rewatch that many bad movies (although more on that in the next paragraph). This week saw me going through all six Middle-Earth movies in chronological order (and the extended editions, of course). I went through the first two Hobbit movies, which I seem to love more that most, and then watched the upcoming final Hobbit movie, which I seem to love less than most. It's still amazing, but a little underwhelming. Other highs include the other three Lord of the Rings movies (the third of which I would consider to be a flawless film), the hilarious Lego Movie, the highly original Her, the mesmerising masterpiece Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, one of the year's best films, The Rover, and a first time viewing of Team America: World Police, because yet again, freaking North Korea, right?
So, yeah. That's another week of this challenge down, with just over a week to go. I've now seen 66 films this month, meaning I've got 10 days to get through another 34. I'm a little behind, but I'm confident I can do it. It would probably help if I weren't trying to cram in as many last minute 2014 reviews as possible, but what the hell, it's not 2014 every year so I may as well make the most of it. Wait, what?