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Alphabet Movie Meme

The awesome Katy at The Drama Llama created a fun meme for us to play with, something film–related for the entire alphabet. Feel free to join in! Also, please excuse the formatting – for some reason, line breaks are not working with me on this post.
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LATE NIGHT SPILL 14: exactly how great is Netflix?!?!

  • I didn’t announce it with as big of a bang as I should have, but here it is: I GOT NETFLIX!!
  • Should you be an American reading this and don’t get it, here’s the deal: my home country doesn’t have Netflix. All DVDs are crazy expensive. It’s a whole different world out there in the wilderness.
  • Life’s been much better film–wise, too. My first Netflix film was Winter’s Bone and it was pretty amazing. I love Jennifer Lawrence more with each of her films. My other favourite of this week was This Is The End, which was the funniest film I’ve seen in a while.
  • Yet the most exciting thing I’ve watched has been Game of Thrones. I’m on episode four and it’s even better than I was hoping. As a sidenote I can say it’s awesome having a brother who is nerdy enough to get really excited about GoT along with you.
  • Oh, and The Desolation of Smaug was also really cool, even though undercooked.
  • Tomorrow I will see Love Actually for the first time, in honour of lille juleaften – small Christmas night? I don’t know. Anyway, yes, it’s one of these films I curse myself for not having seen. But apparently seeing it on the 23rd of December is a tradition in Norway. I’m not complaining. 😉
  • Some of the following links are pretty old, but I’m more confused by  the passing time than Amy Pond, so just click, read, and enjoy. 😉

  • Katy created an awesome alphabet movie meme
  • Mettel Ray shared twelve films she felt strongly about this year
  • Nick announced the 2nd Golden Katz awards
  • Sati reviewed Blue is the Warmest Color
  • Davecrewe shares the top 10 television episodes of 2013
  • Mette makes a case for Spring Breakers
  • Table9mutant reviews Ruby Sparks
  • Amy reviews Saving Mr. Banks