The Great Movie Re-Watch

Recently, for an unknown reason, I organized all of my movies by release year. It worked out to around three-hundred and seventy movies. I ended up purging a few older Disney movies available on Disney+ that I didn’t feel the need to own anymore. Still, that’s a lot of movies.

I tend only to buy movies when I really like them. Sometimes if it’s a movie I liked and I find it cheap. Those movies tend to be digital, though. I’m hoping to find movies that I can get rid of, for space reasons. Because of my buying strategy, I don’t expect to find many.

My oldest movie is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs which came out in 1937. Followed by The Wizard of Oz and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. I want to make a blog post about each movie, but I might combine movie posts. If I’ve just got a couple of sentences worth of thoughts, I don’t see the point in posting. More than likely, I’ll end up varying because some movies I will have stronger opinions on.

I don’t know what spurred on this desire. At first, the compiling of the list was just out of curiosity. It’s not something I’ve ever thought about, and I wanted to know. Once the spreadsheet was created, it felt only natural to watch them all. So that’s what I will be doing in 2021. I doubt that I’ll do it all in one year, it will depend on the year, but my plan is to watch the movies in order with no jumping. At least now I won’t have to agonize over what to watch.

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