France on Film Blogathon: Jules and Jim (1962)

When I think of French cinema, the first thing that pops into my head is the French New Wave of the late 1950s to the early 1960s. A big name to come out of the movement is François Truffaut, and his 1959 film The 400 Blows helped usher in the French New Wave, which has since influenced the way movies…

Films in 2014: February

February is always a very Oscar-filled month, what with TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar marathon and trying to catch up with tomorrow’s ceremony. Unfortunately, I didn’t do too well with the latter this year, but I at least finished watching all the films nominated for Best Picture this month. More of my thoughts on this…

Films in 2013 Review

I don’t have a lot to say for the introduction of this post, just that it’s been another fun year in movie-watching. I also managed to watch at least one new-to-me film a day, which was sometimes tough to do in between my coursework but I was up to the challenge and did it! Anyway,…

Films in 2013: November

This month was Noirvember! So since I watched 24 noir films this month (3 of them being re-watches), many of the films I watched this month were from the 40s and 50s, and not much in between. Additionally, 4 of my 5 favorites for the month are from the film noir genre.

Films in 2013: May

As usual, I watched many movies in the month of May, as I finished up my semester and summer break has officially commenced. In May I also usually like to hold my annual Star Wars marathon, so 6 of my re-watches were those movies. As you’ll see soon, most of the movies I watched were…