Monday, February 13, 2012


You may have noticed I haven't posted many reviews lately. This isn't because I'm not watching films- I am- but I just don't have the motivation to write reviews at the moment. However, I follow several bloggers that do "My Week In Film" posts, where they list the films they've seen over the past seven days and (usually) write a few words about what they thought of it.

I'm considering doing this on my blog, but this would be a bit different since the posts would include modern films I see and probably any films I re-watch. There aren't really any cons to this, but I'm still on the fence about it. So I'm asking my followers: do you think I should begin doing My Week In Film posts or continue with regular reviews? Feedback is much appreciated.


  1. Do it. I would love to see what else you recommend.

  2. I'd like to see it. Heck, I like your posts anyway.

  3. I'd like to see your thoughts on recent films as well, I think it's a great idea. But be sure not to stop writing long reviews, and often!

  4. Do it all! We can all only benefit from it!

    Have fun - I look forward to future entries. Long and short.


  5. My personal experience tells me that you should do it - it's always great to write about films you wouldn't write about otherwise.
    I think that posts about films in general, not just reviews, are very interesting, which is why I don't write too many reviews myself. Don't know what the followers think about that, though.

  6. Its great collection . Yes these are the forever classics . But in this list many other names can also came .
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