I seen 43 of the top 100 movies in 2009, at the movie theatre.
I Love You, Man was my favorite. Probably not an Oscar pick, but I laughed my ass off harder than I ever remembered.
My Top 10:
1. I Love You, Man
2. Inglorious Basterds
3. Twilight Saga: New Moon
4. Star Trek
5. District 9
6. Paranormal Activity
7. Julie & Julia
8. Angels and Demons
9. Law Abiding Citizen
10. My Sister’s Keeper
12 were thrillers and dramas
11 were comedies
11 were children’s movies. 5 were animated children’s movies, 3 were live action children’s movies, 3 were tween movies
6 were horror movies: Friday the 13th, Halloween 2, Haunting in Connecticut, Paranormal Activity, The Unborn, Saw 6.
2 movies, Zombieland and Inglorious Basterds were off-colour, shock comedy. They were both great.
Movies I’ve likes so much, I seen twice: Paranormal Activity, Star Trek, District 9
Thoroughly enjoyed and was entertained: Twilight Saga: New Moon
Edward or Jacob: Team Edward
Still need to see: The Lovely Bones, Avatar
Best Horror Movie: Paranormal Activity. The scariest movies I’ve seen in years.
Unfunny “comedy”: Funny People
Best Movie I didn’t see in the theatre, and should have: The Orphan
Movie I wasn’t interested in seeing, and didn’t: Transformers 2
The world ended once: Knowing
The world almost ended once: 2012
Best Actor: Matt Damon, The Informant
Best Actress: Meryl Streep, Julie & Julia
Oscar Contenders: Inglorious Basterds and District 9
Movie stars I’d follow if the world was ending: John Cusack and Will Smith
Movie star I’d want to be with if the world was ending: Raven Symone
I had a long, $11 nap watching: Where the Wild Things Are, Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, G-Force, Planet 51
Saddest Movie: My Sister’s Keeper
Calories from popcorn, butter and candy eaten at the movies in 2009: 34,600
Compared to calories from beer, consumed by the average beer drinker in Canada: 30,100
Amount of Diet Coke/Coke Zero consumed at a movie theatre in 2009: 46.8 litres
Approximate amount spent at movie theatres, personally and for my family, in 2009: $1643