Every Film I Watched for the First Time in 2016


It's time for the third annual list of films I watched for the first time this year. The is the good, bad, and so-bad-it's-good round up. I desperately need a shorter title and description before the 2017 list comes around. I never learn. Anyway, most of these films are pretty old, because I've rekindled my classic film addiction, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere (I'm thinking more from the 1960's in the coming year). I need to stress that not all of these films are good, and there are a number that I wouldn't recommend. Without further adieu, and in alphabetical order:

A Yank At Oxford // An American In Paris // Anastasia ('56) // Babes In Arms // Bell, Book, and Candle // Bells Are Ringing // Berlin Express // Black Mass // Breakfast At Tiffany's // Bringing Up Baby // Butterfield 8 // Come Live With Me // Dear Brigitte // Deep In My Heart // Dishonored Lady // Double Indemnity // Everybody Sing // F For Fake // First Knight // Follow The Fleet // Gentlemen Prefer Blondes // High Society // Invitation // Jane Eyre ('43) // Lili // Listen, Darling // Love In The Afternoon // Love Finds Andy Hardy // Mommie Dearest // Night Song // Once Upon A Honeymoon // Our Town // Pigskin Parade // Postcards From The Edge // Sabrina // Scarlet Street // Send Me No Flowers // Slightly Dangerous // Storm In A Teacup // Suicide Squad // The Bride Goes Wild // The Broadway Melody // The Ghost and Mrs. Muir // The Glass Bottom Boat // The Howards of Virginia // The Intern // The Lady Eve // The Last Time I Saw Paris // The Last Witch Hunter // The Light Touch // The Marrying Kind // The Strawberry Blonde // The Youngest Profession // The Women // Whiskey Tango Foxtrot // White Christmas // Young Frankenstein

What films did you see this year?


12 comments:

  1. The only one out of all of these that I have watched is Breakfast At Tiffany's. . . unbelievable. This is such a good idea, I always go to the cinema. Wish I had kept a list. Hope you had an amazing Christmas xxx

    ALittleKiran | Bloglovin

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    1. You should try the list! It's fun to revisit at the end of the year. I hope you had an amazing Christmas as well Kiran!

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  2. Oh how did you find Breakfast at Tiffany's ? It's my all time favourite movie !
    This post inspire to make a list of every movies I will be watching from now !

    xo.TDVR
    www.tenindvr.blogspot.com

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    1. It played on Turner Classic Movies! I think there's an equivalent where you are, but I'm not sure. I hope you do this next year!

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  3. WOW! I was never much of a movie buff but I'm hoping to change it this coming year!



    With Love,
    Anna || Curly Yorker

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  4. Ahh, so many! One of my favorites this year was The lobster :)
    LA VEINE

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    1. I meant to see that, but I totally forgot! Thanks for the reminder Marta!

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  5. I haven't seen many from this list, would love to watch some of them soon.
    GlamupGirls

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  6. So Breakfast at Tiffany's is my favorite movie, cause Hepburn is life and so is Holly Golighlty hahah. Life goals to walk around in Givenchy, drink champagne, flat in NYC and be adorkable. Can skip the part of getting paid by rich old men though, I handle my economy myself, thank you haha! Not to forget the dialogues, they're genius. Some of the lines, like "timbeeeer" or "don't take me home until I'm drunk, until I'm very drunk indeed" are just glorious. And if you haven't seen it already I dearly recommend To Kill A Mockingbird. Another favorite movie of mine. Gregory Peck is brilliant and it's so beautifully filmed. I saw it the other day again and having seen it four times this year I'm still not over all the details and the metaphors hahah. Well well enough of me babbling, hope you're having a lovely week! Xx

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    1. Right? I never understood the hype until I saw it, and now I'm completely in love. I actually hadn't seen any Hepburn movies until this year, and I'm completely in love. I have seen To Kill A Mockingbird, but not in years. Maybe I should refresh my memory. I hope you're having a lovely week as well!

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