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Movies Watched in August 2007

1. 2007/08/01 Gideon's Daughter. Drama. (2005, 105 mins.) NR
2. 2007/08/02 Look Both Ways. Drama. (2005, 100 mins.) NR
3. 2007/08/03 The Departed. Crime. (2006, 151 mins.) NR
4. 2007/08/04 Dreamgirls. Musical. (2006, 131 mins.) NR
5. 2007/08/05 Little Miss Sunshine. Comedy. (2006, 101 mins.) ****
6. 2007/08/06 Emma. Romance. (1996, 121 mins.) NR
7. 2007/08/07 Syriana. Biographical. (2005, 126 mins.) ****
8. 2007/08/08 Babel. Drama. (2006, 143 mins.) ****
9. 2007/08/09 James and the Giant Peach. Animation. (1996, 79 mins.) NR
10. 2007/08/10 Blade Runner. Science Fiction. (1982, 117 mins.) NR
11. 2007/08/10 The Man in the Glass Booth. Drama. (1975, 117 mins.) NR
12. 2007/08/11 Schindler's List. War. (1993, 195 mins.) NR
13. 2007/08/12 Volver. Drama. (2006, 121 mins.) NR
14. 2007/08/13 Casino Royale. James Bond. (2006, 144 mins.) ****
15. 2007/08/13 Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation. Mystery. (1939, 65 mins.) NR
16. 2007/08/14 The Last King of Scotland. Drama. (2006, 121 mins.) ***½
17. 2007/08/15 The Painted Veil. Drama. (2006, 125 mins.) NR
18. 2007/08/15 The Pursuit of Happyness. Biographical. (2006, 117 mins.) **
19. 2007/08/16 The Shipping News. Drama. (2001, 111 mins.) NR
20. 2007/08/17 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Action. (2006, 151 mins.) ***½
21. 2007/08/18 Who Was That Lady?. Drama. (1960, 115 mins.) NR
22. 2007/08/18 Flags of Our Fathers. War. (2006, 132 mins.) 0
23. 2007/08/19 The Good Shepherd. Thriller. (2006, 167 mins.) NR
24. 2007/08/19 The Lake House. Romantic Comedy. (2006, 99 mins.) ***½
25. 2007/08/20 Fast Food Nation. Comedy. (2006, 116 mins.) NR
26. 2007/08/21 How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life. Comedy. (1968, 102 mins.) NR
27. 2007/08/22 The Train. War. (1964, 133 mins.) **½
28. 2007/08/23 Freedom Writers. Drama. (2007, 123 mins.) NR
29. 2007/08/24 The Importance of Being Earnest. Comedy. (2002, 97 mins.) NR
30. 2007/08/24 I Think I Love My Wife. Comedy. (2007, 94 mins.) NR
31. 2007/08/25 Enduring Love. Drama. (2004, 100 mins.) NR
32. 2007/08/25 Back to the Future. Drama. (1985, 117 mins.) ***½
33. 2007/08/26 Where the Truth Lies. Film Noir. (2005, 107 mins.) NR
34. 2007/08/27 Snow Cake. Drama. (2006, 112 mins.) NR
35. 2007/08/28 Children of Men. Science Fiction. (2006, 109 mins.) NR
36. 2007/08/29 Superman. Action. (1978, 143 mins.) NR
37. 2007/08/30 Capote. Drama. (2005, 114 mins.) NR
38. 2007/08/31 Back to the Future Part III. Action. (1990, 118 mins.) NR
39. 2007/08/31 You Can't Take It with You. Comedy. (1938, 126 mins.) NR
40. 2007/08/31 Back to the Future Part II. Action. (1989, 108 mins.) NR

Listed 2012/04/02 at 01h59ET.

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