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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Library Project: January 5 - 11, 2013

Uh, yeah, not a lot to report on this week. Here's what I watched from my DVD collection:

January 6: The Sound of Music (1965) - The epic musical about a family that sings its way out of World War II. It's a little longer than it truly needs to be, but it's a mostly delightful film and Julie Andrews delivers a winning performance.

January 8: The Sum of All Fears (2002) - An underrated spy thriller, if you ask me. Ben Affleck stars as Jack Ryan, who has to untangle a plot involving a group of neo-Nazis who want to restart the Cold War. So, you know, the usual.

January 10: Sunset Blvd. (1950) - It probably goes without saying but, I kinda like this movie. Gloria Swanson delivers the defining performance of "the crazy actress" and the film itself is full of self-referential goodies. If you haven't seen it yet then you should probably stop reading this and go watch it.

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