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3DBR: 10+ BR: 576+ HD DVD: 1 DVD: 505+ VHS: 47+
(Updated counts to page 10)
I've also added some films that's I've wanted to see that came out this year and movies that I remember other people wanting to see back then.
Wiped off the list in 2014: Heathers The Powerpuff Girls: Dance Pantsed WarGames Neighbors (2014) Veronica Mars (Series and Movie) Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead Fargo Carrie (2014) Maleficent Butter Bad Grandpa Frozen Clifford (I did have faded flashes of memories while watching the movie, but had no idea that I had seen it at all before then) Irreconcilable Differences Saving Mr. Banks Ride Along Sex Tape Bottle Rocket The Wizard Cloak & Dagger Jawbreaker Hysteria The Sweetest Thing The Outsiders Dharma and Greg: Season 1 Bio Dome Jersey Boys Guardians of the Galaxy Blended Tammy Toy Story That Time Forgot Krueger: The Slasher from Elm Street Krueger: A Walk Through Elm Street Soap: Complete Series Valley of the Dolls
2015: PCU Lets be Cops Boyhood Delivery Man This is Where I Leave You Bonnie and Clyde (Mini Series)
I figure if I make a physical list of some kind, I'll get through them faster. It's certainly worked for watching what I own, so we'll see how this goes.
Now, keep in mind I hardly ever see blockbuster/epic movies when they're new. I wait until the hype dies down and I can make an informed decision on if I truly want to see them, not just because of the hype.
Example-My gut stopped me from seeing Spider-Man 2 and 3, and I'm actually quite thankful for it. I loved the first one and thought it was perfect. I thought the sequels would ruin it and it did for many people. Since then I've been going by gut and seem to have a good instinct on film in general.
Not listed: "Weird Al" Yankovic: The Complete Al (1985)
Included in this list are movies that I either listened to the soundtrack of over and over again, wanting the soundtrack more than life or just singing a random song from the movie-re-watching it- and finding that I love a lot of songs used in the film.
Are You Being Served, Again?!: Complete Series Godzilla: The Animated Series: Complete Series Mighty Morphin' Alien Rangers: Complete Series Episodes: 10 Millenium: Complete Series The Abbott & Costello Cartoon Show: Episodes: Gadzooka The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Volumes: Cartoon Network Halloween Vol 2; Episodes: 1 The Secret Garden (Animated Series) Volumes: Episodes: 1 The Tom and Jerry Show Episodes: No Way Stowaway, The Ski Bunny, Stay Awake or Else
Episodes on page 1: Episodes on page 2: Episodes on page 3: Episodes on page 4: Episodes on page 5: Episodes on page 6: Episodes in description:
Some shows I know I watched religiously (with the exception of The 700 Club Canada) aren't on imdb yet for whatever reason, so I'll just add them here.
Back In... (2005) Back In... Love (2006) Celebrity Home Raiders (2014) Deal or No Deal Canada (2007) Degrassi High (1989) Fred's Head (2008) Fred the Caveman (2002) Hole in the Wall (2011) (Canadian Version) Hollywood's 10 Best (2003) House of Horrors: Kidnapped (2015) (Originally aired on Investigation Discovery) Listed (?) (Originally aired on E!) Much in Your Space (200?) Ollie's Under the Bed Adventures (2001) (Originally aired on TeleToon) PJ Katie's Farm (1995) (Originall aired on YTV) Popaganda (?) (Originally aired on E!) Scott Baio Is 46...and Pregnant (2008) Surf Shack (?) (Originall aired on YTV) The 700 Club Canada (?) The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (2005) The Scooby-Doo Show (1976) The Zimmer Twins (2005) Whatever Happened To...? (2003)
These are not listed in any particular order, but the two biggest influences for me are probably Green Day and Avril Lavigne.
As Told by Ginger (2000)
Still Holds Up
This show has got to be the best held up cartoon series I've ever seen. I watched this show back when it first aired, being roughly the same age as Carl in the series. I may be more of the odd and weird personality of Carl, but my life was right in line with Ginger's at the time. And watching it over the last month, I've realized just how similar my experiences in life were to everyone in the show.
Dealing with deaths of loved ones, how everything can be going your way and suddenly one thing will change your life. Wondering if you should go with the crowd on something or do your own thing and just not care what others - including your closest friends - think. Questioning your friendship with those closest friends and deciding if you truly are friends and to fight for your friendship.
But the clincher is in an episode that never made it to US broadcast. Seeing Ginger being rushed to the hospital after her boyfriend breaks up with her and seeing how her mom and her brother reacted to that was so real. It was perfectly written, acted and animated. I've never seen anything like that in a cartoon series and it was done so much better than I've ever seen on a non-animated program.
In short, this show is just perfection to me. It has such a realistic way of dealing with and portraying so many different situations in Junior High and High School settings with incredibly brilliant writing. Along with the fact that this is also the only animated show I've ever seen with a continuing plot throughout the series and not just an episode only plot system.
I recommend anyone and everyone to view this show in its entirety. Like I said, to me, it's perfection.