>i’m watching the final movie of FMM. yes, i know that FMM ended when february did, but it’s a week rental. also since i have no interest in actually giving blockbuster any business following this month, being a little later isn’t really an issue.
so here i am, on the 9th of march, watching the last of my free movies. it has been quite a month. i did very little with the suggestions you made, and for that i am sorry. in fact, as i review the list of movies that i watched during this free spree i have to say that i’m not very impressed with my selections. mostly comedies, but there were still quite a few gems.
i’m not going to give a lengthy detailed review of each of them, cause that would be beyond boring both for you to read and for me to write. so i’ll simply list the movies, along with a rating* and maybe a sentence or two max.
the jerk – OOOOO – steve martin at his best. absolutely hilarious from start to finish. i finished it and wanted to watch it again, but i was trying to crunch in as many movies as possible. should’ve rented it instead of babylon ad…what a waste of zero dollars.
best in show – OOOO – this movie has inspired me to try to make up my own mockumentary. who knows what about, but i was near tears in parts of this movie. take away parker posey and this movie gets 5 O’s.
king of kong – OOOOO – okay, this wasn’t the first time i’d seen this movie…more like the tenth. but this is the best documentary of all time. here’s my review from feb 08: never surrender.
so that’s the list. 15 movies. 14 new. 1 repeat. zero dollars. sounds like a deal to me. again, sorry if i didn’t take any of your suggestions. it’s nothing personal, i just ended up finding my own picks before i had to resort to help. good thing those other choices will forever be listed on the world wide web in case i need a movie idea.
* – i have chosen to use O’s as my unit of rating because it’s the tic-tac-toe symbol that is not utilized by the porn industry. i wouldn’t want to give tropic thunder a “XXX” but a “OOO” is just fine. also representing the number of dollars i spent for each movie.