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I’ve started rating my movies watched on IMDb since 2012 and I keep my watch list on the app as well.
As of October 2022… I have 492 movies on my Watch List. This morning I updated my watch list and added movies from my “HDToday” faves and now it’s ballooned up to 550 movies to watch!
The movies that I have watched & rated are 520 titles so far… So, therefore, I need to watch close to 300 movies in the next 500 days to meet my goal.
I’ve been using a website that has tons of movies to watch for free (It’s called “HDToday” and I’ve shared movies on FB only to have FB give me “strikes” for sharing an unethical website.
I wanted to highlight what I’ve watched… so I thought it was easier to take a screenshot on my iPad of the movies I’ve watched. It shows you how I rated each movie and the IMDb score of it. You will find a list of movies I’ve watched recently below.
Notes from the above movies if any: I’m a huge basketball fan so I loved watching NYC Point Guards since it brought back the late 80s and early 90s of watching NBA hoops. I also enjoyed Untold: Operation Flagrant Foul since I didn’t know the backstory of an NBA ref cheating in the game. Parasite was excellent for a foreign film and I enjoyed it on the wall in the bedroom with my little projector—a must-see. I wanted “Killing Of Two Lovers” to be better but I’m glad I watched it with “Lou” and “Where The Crawdads Sing“.Continue reading “In Progress | 35 of 101 | Knock My Movie WatchList Down to 300 Titles & Increase My Reviewed Movies To 700 / (Summary: My Watched & Rated Movies in 2022)”
Heidi and I travelled up to Silent Lake for our second annual fall camping trip to test out gear. It was not super cold and we even spent time lying on the beach soaking up the sunshine. Just a nice chill camping trip. Last September we went to Charleston Provincial Park near the end of the month and then to Silent Lake in October.Continue reading “Fall Camping: Silent Lake Provincial Park”
I fell in love with Anthony’s work and thoughts on food, travel, people and society. Raw and honest. I think it would be fun to watch all 12 seasons of his most recent work on CNN. Since I have not had cable for a while… I have not watched any. (I did watch a couple after he passed). I think it would be fun to document every show after I watch it and watch all of them from Parts Unknown. After that… maybe do “No Reservations” that was made before that.
Open below for my notes on each episode. Starting to watch Oct22.
Completed 3/8 from Season 1
Continue reading “InProgress: 5/101 List: Watch Every Episode of CNN’s Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain In Order Every Weekend.”
How I will watch them? YouTube if they are available and HDToday (dot) TV has them and all 12 seasons. I use this website to watch all movies and TV shows that are free to stream (the link is a blogpost on my blog). I use Google Chrome and I have a popup blocker so I have no issues with this website.
Excited to finally get back into the theatre seats for the Banff Film Fest coming back to Peterborough. Last year covid wiped it out and I watched the section of films online. The year before that… Michelle and I purchased the films online and cooked a meal to enjoy them.
When my buddy Drew told me about this and we went together I was hooked. Looking forward to getting tickets this year. I would love for my kids to come up and enjoy the festival and we have to go out for some winter hikes in the day and go downtown for a bite to eat and enjoy the section of films.
My other posts on the Banff Film Fest can be found here. Message me if you are interested in going and let’s make it a group.
Montreal was founded in 1642 and is Canada’s second most populated city with about 1.7 million people and a metropolitan population of 4.2 million people.Continue reading “Montreal, Quebec | Why not… why let the summer end now…”