Films in 2012: July

New to me: 31

Re-watches: 8

Total watched this month: 39 (Theater trips: 1)

Total watched so far in 2012: 380

After watching over 90 films in June, July felt like a bit of a lazy month, even though I still watched more films than there are days in the month.

Below is the July “new to me” list, beginning with the most recent film. As always, the full list for the year, including re-watches, can be viewed at Listography!

  • The Perfect Host (2010)
  • The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
  • Too Many Girls (1940)
  • Berkeley Square (1933)
  • The Animal Kingdom (1932)
  • Illicit (1931)
  • Ten Cents a Dance (1931)
  • Shopworn (1932)
  • Blithe Spirit (1945)
  • September Affair (1950)
  • How to Hold Your Husband – BACK (Short, 1941)
  • An Ideal Husband (1948)
  • The Other Love (1947)
  • Stormy Weather (1943)
  • Adele Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2011)
  • This Modern Age (1931)
  • It’s Love I’m After (1937)
  • The Petrified Forest (1936)
  • Half a Sinner (1940)
  • Cold Comfort Farm (1995)
  • Washington Melodrama (1941)
  • Made For Each Other (1939)
  • The Stepfather (2009)
  • Triple Dog (Liftime, 2010)
  • Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D (2012)
  • She (1935)
  • Les Emotifs Anonymes (2010)
  • Centre Place (2009)
  • 42nd Street (1933)
  • A Sailor-Made Man (1921)
  • One For the Money (2012)

Five favorite discoveries: Les Emotifs Anonymes (2010), The Petrified Forest (1936), It’s Love I’m After (1937), Blithe Spirit (1945), The Perfect Host (2010)

Tally by decade:

  • ’20s – 1
  • ’30s – 12
  • ’40s – 10
  • ’50s – 1
  • ’60s – 0
  • ’70s – 0
  • ’80s – 0
  • ’90s – 3
  • ’00s – 4
  • ’10s – 8
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