I love crafting song mixes, so when I saw this blog-a-thon hosted by Andy at Fandango Groovers Movie Blog, I knew I’d want to participate. I already made one mix but I couldn’t help making another because I loved the concept so much.
When my awesome FTS crewmate Jess told me about this awesome blog-a-thon cooked up by Andy at Fandango Groovers Movie Blog, I had to join in.
Jess has recruited other FTS members to get in on the blog-a-thon hosted by Andy at Fandango Groovers Movie Blog. Here is my entry.
I’m constantly being bombarded by people telling him “you haven’t seen ____? You gotta check it out.” Or hearing critics rave “this movie is a classic, a must see.” So I decided that from now on every time I actually watch one of these flicks, I’ll write my take on whether the film lived up to the hype or fell short.
I love crafting song mixes, so when I saw this blog-a-thon hosted by Andy at Fandango Groovers Movie Blog, I knew I’d want to participate. Here is the concept behind the blogathon:
Mixtapes are most relevant when shared, to give someone a collection of songs, some they will know, others they don’t but will come to love is a true gift. The best mixes are of songs that are completely unconnected but fit together perfectly. So how does this translate to movies? The idea behind Mixtape Movies is to compile a list of movies that fit together. There are no hard and fast rules but here are my guidelines:
A selection of movies with no direct connection (star, director, source material) but that fit together or compliment each other.
Around six movies, five plus one wildcard (a movie that doesn’t quite fit but still belongs).
Maybe you’re looking to save a few bucks or the current theater choices just aren’t cutting it. Whatever the case may be, sometimes it’s just as nice to sit at home and watch a good flick. Take a look at this week’s picks for some At-Home Alternatives to the weekly cinema options.