"The book is a film that takes place in the mind of the reader." ~ Paulo Coelho

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Movies I watched in 2016

Happy New Year!
2017 is here! And as I did a Books I read in 2016 I am here to do Movies I watched in 2016! Because I am Movies Meet Their Match. This will be a lot harder because I keep a book journal that I write down a book when I finish it. I should do that for movies too, and I think I will, but I don't have one yet. So, I have really had to use my brain. Because of that I will only be doing the movies I watched for the first time. Enjoy!

First Time:

HOME (2015) [I think we watched in 2015, but my sister insists.] (Yes, it looks very strange.)

An American in Paris (1951)

The Great Ziegfeld (1936)

Back to the Future - part 1 (1985)

Summer of the Monkeys (1998)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix (2007) [blah!]

Schindler's List - part 1 (1993)

The BFG (2016)

Ghostbusters (1984) [I forgot to put this one!!]

Roman Holiday (1953)

The Music Man (1962)

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)
Apollo 13 (1995)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Temple of Doom (1984)

The Last Crusade (1989)


Robin Hood BBC (seasons 1-3)

Downton Abbey (seasons 1-3 season 4 episodes 1-3)

If I think of any more I'll put 'em here.
Thanks for reading!!! Happy New Year!!!



  1. Back tot he Future. I watched that for the first time this year too. It was QUITE amusing! Especially when he gets back home in the end!

    1. At first I was really confused, "BACK to the future?" But then it all made sense and it was funny!


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