Instead of setting some New Year’s resolutions for the blog or movie watching I have decided to set some 2012 challenges in regards to film watching!
- Try to review each film I see at the cinema – now this wasn’t far off in 2011 but must do better!
- Watch the films I have on DVD that I have never actually seen
- Focus on old films with the year ending in 2 . . . 2002, 1992, 1982 etc
- Form top 10 lists with regards to the above challenge
- Catch up on films I missed in 2011
- Make more use of my LOVEFiLM subscription
- See more than 57 films at the cinema (2011′s total)
What about anyone else, any 2012 challenges?
Liu Kang must help to save the Earth in six days and in the end the only way to do that is in . . . Mortal Kombat.
Four young orphans who have grown up together and are very good friends, spend some time away together that they will never forget. But all end up competing for the attention of the same family, in hope of being adopted.
Three unknowing martial artists are summoned to a mysterious island to compete in a tournament whose outcome will decide the fate of the world.
I have been a subscriber of LOVEFiLM since August last year and to be honest wasted my money for over a year due to the fact that I still have the DVD from August last year! I just never got round to posting it back, yes that does sound extremely lazy!
Now though LOVEFiLM is available on your PS3 on the network, which means you can watch certain films directly onto your TV from the PS3. Which I think sounds brilliant really! You have to be on an unlimited or games tariff to be able to take advantage of using your PS3.
I can see myself catching up with films I have wanted to watch as the selection of genre’s on the PS3 looks pretty good to me ranging from old classics to quite new releases. Also the fact I have the ability to play blu ray’s now also will encourage me to get my moneys worth from LOVEFiLM.
I am leaving the USA tonight to go back to England (which means YAY to Unlimted Cineworld pass being renewed !!! ) but sad about leaving Netflix. Got to catch up on some classic movies which I had missed !!! I just wish I could get it in England, but nope LOVEFiLm is over there . . . does anyone have it? If so is it worth the money?