Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Lights, Camera, Action!



I absolutely love going to the movies. There is something about a dark theater, a big screen and no distractions.

I have an UGC card. The membership costs 18 € per month but I can see an unlimited number of movies at almost any theater in Paris. What a great deal!

When I first started this blog, I told my friends here in Paris that I would list which movies (if any) I saw that week. When I met my friends during the week (before I started my blog), they would ask which movies I had seen that week. I couldn't ever remember. So, I told them that once I started a blog that I would list the movies on my blog.

Well... almost 2 months into my blogging and I'm finally getting around to it. So, here is a partial list of the movies that I seen in the past few months.

Be Kind Rewind
Body of Lies
Burn after Reading
Changling
Four Christmases
In Bruges
Into the Wind
Juno
Largo Winch
Mamma Mia!
No Country for Old Men
The Darling Unlimited
The Duchess
The Visitor
There will be Blood
Two Lovers
Vicky Christina Barcelona
Young at Heart

5 comments:

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Wow that is a lot of films to see in that length of time...I cannot remember the last time I went to see a film...sometime last summer!

Barbara said...

Hi Dawn,
Wow... I really feel out of it !!
I'm one of those burb people who has the whole cable thing, including Canal +. So, laziness sets in...
Good for you in keeping up with the flicks !

Leesa said...

Hehe...

Glad you got your list up... Since all the titles are in French here... I'm extra glad you wrote the names in English... I have a hard enough time remembering the title in English, let alone, in French... I seem to forget the title of the movie as soon as it's over!! I'm pretty bad with names! I like the one we saw- Accidental Husband... with Uma Thurman.. that was one of my FAVS so far in terms of chick flicks... Take care!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

"Body of Lies" is very true!!

Justin said...

OH I am so jealous!!! I need to hurry up and move to Paris so I can get movies in VO... everything takes so long to come out here, and then I never want to see it in French! Thankfully it appears you are enjoying it enough for the both of us.