Tuesday, June 18, 2013

#WatchlistScreenCaps, 5/29 - 6/17


Here are the last ten films I watched (excluding my Top 10 Movie Marathon, held in the middle of these viewings), with a screen-captured image and quick sentence on the subject. Follow this feature on Twitter here, read about the kickoff here, and view the previous #WatchlistScreenCaps roundup here. Links below are to my post on the film in question.


The Wizard of Oz (1939), dir. Victor Fleming
viewed May 29, 2013
Why is it the most artificial backdrops are somehow the most enticing?

The Lion King: A Memoir (2012), hosted Don Hahn
viewed May 29, 2013
Amazing how many cooks there are in the Disney kitchen

The Little Mermaid (1989), prod. Howard Ashman, John Musker
viewed May 31, 2013
Seeing it in theaters at 6, I feared an unhappy ending; no wonder - I'd read Andersen's original

Beauty and the Beast (1991), prod. Don Hahn
viewed June 1, 2013
One of the studio's most genuine romances, along with Lady and the Tramp

On June 3, I watched all the films featured in the top 10 of my favorite films list, and the screen-caps are featured in a separate piece called "Top 10 Movie Marathon"

Lady and the Tramp (1955), pres. Walt Disney
viewed June 11, 2013
The morning after

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), dir. Steven Spielberg
viewed June 11, 2013
Never realized this was Alfred Molina till now

Waking Sleeping Beauty (2009), dir. Don Hahn
viewed June 13, 2013
Despite hype surrounding execs, an artist provided the heart behind Disney renaissance

On Your Mark (1995), dir. Hayao Miyazaki
viewed June 15, 2013
Reminds me of dreams I've had where city & country exist back-to-back

 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), dir. James Cameron
viewed June 17, 2013
Ideal use of special effects for me - models, animatronics, judicious & imaginative CGI

The Snowtown Murders (2011), dir. Justin Kurzel
viewed June 17, 2013
A sickness lingers in the stale air


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