I’m sure that some studio executive thought that putting Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell together in an action/comedy buddy movie was a good idea, it wasn’t. Humour is flat and the action is uninspired. Stallone isn’t funny and Kurt Russell (who I like a lot) is forced.
As the host of the Film Actually podcast, I watch a lot of films in a year. It kind of takes a toll on the passion I have for films when I am just applying the critical eye to everything.
So I have decided to watch a lot of movies for both the podcast, Film Actually but also just for me. I want to fall in love with movies again and my hope is, if I just watch films for the fun and love of watching movies, it should re-ignite the love of films that I once had.
I will keep track of every film I watch in 2011 as a recorded memory of the adventure and to find out how many films I actually watch.
So here are the rules: 1) All films recorded must be feature length movies, not TV episodes. They can be seen at the cinema or at home. 2) I must watch at least one film per day, more is better, but one is fine. 3) Every film I watch I must watch for the sheer pleasure of watching the film and finally 4) No rules to the type of films I watch, they can be classics, b grades or just plain awful.
This site is not a critical site, this site is about the love and passion of film. If you are looking for the more critical side of me, head over to geekactually.com and listen to our podcast Film Actually.