Lost in the Movies: #WatchlistScreenCaps, 5/1 - 5/7

#WatchlistScreenCaps, 5/1 - 5/7

Here are the last ten films I watched, 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 review of the film in question.

As you may have noticed, I'm now including YouTube videos which opens up a can of worms. To qualify, the clip has to be self-contained (no "SNL" sketches unless they are created as stand-alone shorts like some of the Andy Samberg ones, and I'm leaning toward excluding excerpts from public speeches).

And no commercial - unless the commercial could stand alone as a very short film (like, say, some of Ridley Scott's early promos). That last point may seem like splitting hairs, especially because I'll include what are essentially home movies, but hey, you gotta draw the line somewhere...

History's Mysteries: The Knights of Camelot (2006), dir. Damian Weyand
viewed May 1, 2013
Returning Excalibur to its watery home

Alice in Wonderland (1951), prod. Walt Disney
viewed May 2, 2013
A fresh taste of that old Silly Symphony spirit with zany anthropomorphism

Check (2013), dir. Salim Garami
viewed May 4, 2013
Puts a whole new emphasis on the word "Checkmate"

In Search of History: The Knights Templar (1997), prod. FilmRoos Inc. for A&E Network
viewed May 5, 2013
The mysterious order whose destruction forever cursed Friday the 13th

The Exiles (1961), dir. Kent MacKenzie
viewed May 5, 2013
Displaced Native Americans haunting the overlook with alcohol

Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979), dir. Werner Herzog
viewed May 6, 2013
Our Lady of the Rats

Holy Grail in America (2009), dir. Andy Awes
viewed May 7, 2013
Quite a lot of leaps of faith required

Ultimate Dog Tease (2011), uploaded klaatu42
viewed May 7, 2013
Puppy-dog eyes and a dopey voice

eHarmony Video Bio (2011), uploaded hartmanncara
viewed May 7, 2013
Chris Marker, eat your heart out

 Talking Twin Babies (2011), uploaded jayrandall22011
viewed May 7, 2013
...and Jean-Pierre Gorin, you can eat your heart out too.

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