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Movies Watched in August 2008

1. 2008/08/01 Ocean's Twelve. Crime. (2004, 125 mins.) NR
2. 2008/08/02 Night After Night. Comedy. (1932, 73 mins.) NR
3. 2008/08/02 Went the Day Well?. War. (1942, 92 mins.) NR
4. 2008/08/03 Cheaper by the Dozen (1950). Drama. (1950, 85 mins.) NR
5. 2008/08/04 The Women (1939). Drama. (1939, 133 mins.) NR
6. 2008/08/05 The Jane Austen Book Club. Romance. (2007, 106 mins.) NR
7. 2008/08/06 College Swing. Comedy. (1938, 86 mins.) NR
8. 2008/08/07 American Gangster. Crime. (2007, 157 mins.) NR
9. 2008/08/08 Bug. Drama. (2006, 102 mins.) NR
10. 2008/08/09 Broadway Limited. Comedy. (1941, 75 mins.) NR
11. 2008/08/09 Knocked Up. Drama. (2007, 129 mins.) NR
12. 2008/08/09 I'm No Angel. Comedy. (1933, 87 mins.) NR
13. 2008/08/10 The Bourne Ultimatum. Thriller. (2007, 115 mins.) NR
14. 2008/08/10 The Bourne Supremacy. Thriller. (2004, 108 mins.) NR
15. 2008/08/11 Shake Hands with the Devil. Biographical. (2007, 112 mins.) NR
16. 2008/08/11 Running with Scissors. Biographical. (2006, 116 mins.) NR
17. 2008/08/12 The Man Who Knew Too Much. Thriller. (1956, 120 mins.) NR
18. 2008/08/12 The Stork Club. Comedy. (1945, 98 mins.) NR
19. 2008/08/13 The Big Broadcast. Comedy. (1932, 80 mins.) NR
20. 2008/08/14 Belles on Their Toes. Comedy. (1952, 89 mins.) NR
21. 2008/08/14 The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss. Comedy. (1936, 80 mins.) NR
22. 2008/08/14 Honeymoon in Bali. Romantic Comedy. (1939, 95 mins.) NR
23. 2008/08/14 Bronenosets Potyomkin. Drama. (1925, 75 mins.) NR
24. 2008/08/15 Evan Almighty. Comedy. (2007, 96 mins.) NR
25. 2008/08/15 Ocean's Thirteen. Crime. (2007, 122 mins.) NR
26. 2008/08/15 Man of the Year. Comedy. (2006, 115 mins.) NR
27. 2008/08/16 Mud and Sand. Comedy. (1922, 26 mins.) NR
28. 2008/08/16 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. Action. (2001, 100 mins.) NR
29. 2008/08/16 Sideways. Comedy. (2004, 126 mins.) NR
30. 2008/08/16 Emotional Arithmetic. Drama. (2007, 99 mins.) NR
31. 2008/08/17 The Last King of Scotland. Drama. (2006, 121 mins.) NR
32. 2008/08/17 Something Wild. Crime. (1986, 113 mins.) NR
33. 2008/08/17 Home for the Holidays. Drama. (1995, 103 mins.) NR
34. 2008/08/18 Night at the Museum. Comedy. (2006, 108 mins.) NR
35. 2008/08/18 Quiz Show. Drama. (1994, 133 mins.) NR
36. 2008/08/19 Scoop. Comedy. (2006, 96 mins.) NR
37. 2008/08/20 The Kingdom. Drama. (2007, 110 mins.) NR
38. 2008/08/21 Smokin' Aces. Crime. (2006, 109 mins.) NR
39. 2008/08/22 The Da Vinci Code. Thriller. (2006, 149 mins.) NR
40. 2008/08/23 Jarhead. War. (2005, 125 mins.) NR
41. 2008/08/23 Runaway Jury. Drama. (2003, 127 mins.) NR
42. 2008/08/23 The Departed. Crime. (2006, 151 mins.) NR
43. 2008/08/24 License to Wed. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 91 mins.) NR
44. 2008/08/24 Tuesdays with Morrie. Biographical. (1999, 89 mins.) NR
45. 2008/08/25 Basic Instinct. Crime. (1992, 127 mins.) NR
46. 2008/08/26 Taxi Driver. Drama. (1976, 113 mins.) NR
47. 2008/08/27 Lumumba. Biographical. (2000, 115 mins.) NR
48. 2008/08/27 Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941). Thriller. (1941, 95 mins.) NR
49. 2008/08/28 Broken Flowers. Drama. (2005, 106 mins.) NR
50. 2008/08/29 His Kind of Woman. Crime. (1951, 120 mins.) NR
51. 2008/08/29 Because I Said So. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 102 mins.) NR
52. 2008/08/30 Psycho. Thriller. (1960, 109 mins.) NR
53. 2008/08/30 Play It Again, Sam. Comedy. (1972, 85 mins.) NR
54. 2008/08/31 Around the World in Eighty Days. Drama. (1956, 167 mins.) NR

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