February 2015 in Film

February is a short month and it felt shorter than ever this year! As we begin the month of March, I’ll be upholding the monthly viewing update tradition by sharing what I watched in February. Let’s take a look, shall we?

New-to-me viewings: 19

Re-watches: 1

Total for February: 20

Total for 2015 (so far): 57

The new-to-me list:

  • For the First Time (1959)
  • Something to Sing About (1937)
  • Liberal Arts (2012)
  • Almost a Bride (1949)
  • Black or White (2015)
  • Three Smart Girls (1936)
  • Something in the Wind (1947)
  • Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
  • Warm Bodies (2013)
  • Haunted Honeymoon (1940)
  • A Most Violent Year (2014)
  • Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947)
  • Mystery Street (1950)
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)
  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2 (2015)
  • Rachel, Rachel (1968)
  • The Painting (2011)
  • Boys and Girls (2000)
  • Just Wright (2010)

Viewing methods:

  • At the cinema – 4
  • DVR (non-TCM) – 0
  • From my collection – 4
  • Hulu – 0
  • Internet Archive – 0
  • Netflix DVD – 2
  • Netflix Instant – 3
  • TCM/WatchTCM – 7
  • YouTube – 0

By decade:

  • 1910s – 0
  • 1920s – 0
  • 1930s – 2
  • 1940s – 4
  • 1950s – 2
  • 1960s – 1
  • 1970s – 0
  • 1980s – 0
  • 1990s – 0
  • 2000s – 1
  • 2010s – 10

A bit of a light viewing month for classics, unfortunately. They made up about half of what I watched, but I’d like to keep the ratio skewed more heavily toward the 20th century. In addition to the month being short, it was a busy one on the school front with two major group projects, so when I did watch movies, most of them were of the “turn my brain off for a few hours” type. Hopefully this will change in March, as I’ve got just one more group project left this semester, and solo work doesn’t stress me out quite as much (or take up as much time).

Stay tuned for a “Modern Movies” two-parter for February, as well as the month’s collection update!

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