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Movies Watched in January 2009

1. 2009/01/01 You Only Live Twice. James Bond. (1967, 117 mins.) NR
2. 2009/01/01 Thunderball. James Bond. (1965, 130 mins.) NR
3. 2009/01/01 Goldfinger. James Bond. (1964, 110 mins.) NR
4. 2009/01/01 From Russia with Love. James Bond. (1963, 115 mins.) NR
5. 2009/01/01 Dr. No. James Bond. (1962, 110 mins.) NR
6. 2009/01/02 The Man With A Golden Gun. James Bond. (1974, 125 mins.) NR
7. 2009/01/02 Live and Let Die. James Bond. (1973, 121 mins.) NR
8. 2009/01/02 Diamonds Are Forever. James Bond. (1971, 120 mins.) NR
9. 2009/01/03 Martian Child. Drama. (2007, 106 mins.) **
10. 2009/01/04 The Waiting Time. Thriller. (1999, 148 mins.) NR
11. 2009/01/05 The Neighbor. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 98 mins.) NR
12. 2009/01/06 Blue State. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 93 mins.) NR
13. 2009/01/07 Definitely, Maybe. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 106 mins.) NR
14. 2009/01/08 Definitely, Maybe. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 106 mins.) NR
15. 2009/01/09 Breaking and Entering. Drama. (2006, 120 mins.) NR
16. 2009/01/10 The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio. Drama. (2005, 99 mins.) NR
17. 2009/01/11 Atonement. Drama. (2007, 123 mins.) NR
18. 2009/01/12 Just Friends. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 96 mins.) NR
19. 2009/01/13 Just Friends. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 96 mins.) NR
20. 2009/01/13 Music and Lyrics. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 96 mins.) NR
21. 2009/01/14 Sex and the City. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 145 mins.) NR
22. 2009/01/15 The Front Line. Drama. (2006, 93 mins.) NR
23. 2009/01/16 Never Forever. Drama. (2007, 104 mins.) **
24. 2009/01/17 Duma. Drama. (2005, 100 mins.) ***½
25. 2009/01/17 All This, and Heaven Too. Romantic Comedy. (1940, 141 mins.) ***
26. 2009/01/18 Three Coins In The Fountain. Romantic Comedy. (1954, 102 mins.) **
27. 2009/01/18 All This, and Heaven Too. Romantic Comedy. (1940, 141 mins.) ***
28. 2009/01/19 The Brave One. Thriller. (2007, 120 mins.) **½
29. 2009/01/20 Ira & Abby. Drama. (2006, 104 mins.) **
30. 2009/01/20 Ira & Abby. Drama. (2006, 104 mins.) **
31. 2009/01/21 The Knights of the Round Table. Action. (1953, 115 mins.) **
32. 2009/01/21 21. Biographical. (2008, 123 mins.) **½
33. 2009/01/22 The Old Maid. Drama. (1939, 95 mins.) ***½
34. 2009/01/22 Ever Since the World Ended. Drama. (2001, 78 mins.) *
35. 2009/01/22 Poisoned by Polonium: The Litvinenko File. Documentary. (2007, 105 mins.) ***
36. 2009/01/23 And Then There Were None. Film Noir. (1945, 97 mins.) ***
37. 2009/01/23 1408. Drama. (2007, 104 mins.) ***
38. 2009/01/24 I'm Not There.. Horror. (2007, 135 mins.) NR
39. 2009/01/24 Live Free Or Die Hard. Action. (2007, 130 mins.) ***
40. 2009/01/25 The Great Lie. Drama. (1941, 108 mins.) **
41. 2009/01/25 Love in the Time of Cholera. Drama. (2007, 139 mins.) **
42. 2009/01/26 HELP!. Comedy. (1965, 90 mins.) ***½
43. 2009/01/26 Step Brothers. Comedy. (2008, 98 mins.) **
44. 2009/01/27 Wuthering Heights. Drama. (1992, 105 mins.) **½
45. 2009/01/27 Traitor. Action. (2008, 114 mins.) *
46. 2009/01/28 Since You Went Away. Drama. (1944, 177 mins.) ***
47. 2009/01/28 Fever Pitch (1997). Romantic Comedy. (1997, 103 mins.) ***
48. 2009/01/29 Watch On The Rhine. Drama. (1943, 114 mins.) **
49. 2009/01/29 Talk To Me. Drama. (2007, 118 mins.) ***½
50. 2009/01/30 In This Our Life. Drama. (1941, 97 mins.) ***
51. 2009/01/30 War. Action. (2007, 103 mins.) *½
52. 2009/01/31 Lions For Lambs. Drama. (2007, 92 mins.) ***
53. 2009/01/31 Deception. Drama. (1946, 110 mins.) ***

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