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Movies Watched in February 2009

1. 2009/02/01 The Visitor. Drama. (2007, 104 mins.) ***½
2. 2009/02/02 Vacancy. Fantasy. (2007, 85 mins.) **½
3. 2009/02/02 The Racket. Biographical. (1951, 88 mins.) ***
4. 2009/02/03 We Own The Night. Drama. (2007, 117 mins.) ***½
5. 2009/02/03 Gaslight. Drama. (1944, 114 mins.) ***
6. 2009/02/04 Hello, Dolly!. Musical. (1969, 146 mins.) **
7. 2009/02/05 Hello, Dolly!. Musical. (1969, 146 mins.) **
8. 2009/02/05 World Trade Center. Drama. (2006, 129 mins.) **
9. 2009/02/06 War of the Worlds. Drama. (2005, 116 mins.) **
10. 2009/02/07 The Smallest Show on Earth. Comedy. (1957, 80 mins.) ***
11. 2009/02/07 Message in a Bottle. Drama. (1999, 131 mins.) **
12. 2009/02/08 A Sound of Thunder. Action. (2005, 100 mins.) *
13. 2009/02/08 The Ox-Bow Incident. Drama. (1943, 75 mins.) ****
14. 2009/02/09 You Don't Mess with the Zohan. Comedy. (2008, 113 mins.) ***
15. 2009/02/10 Diminished Capacity. Comedy. (2008, 92 mins.) **
16. 2009/02/10 Becoming Jane. Drama. (2007, 120 mins.) **½
17. 2009/02/11 The Memory Keeper's Daughter. Drama. (2008, 90 mins.) **½
18. 2009/02/12 Suburban Girl. Romantic Comedy. (2007, 97 mins.) *½
19. 2009/02/12 How About You. Comedy. (2007, 100 mins.) ***
20. 2009/02/13 The Squid and the Whale. Drama. (2005, 81 mins.) ***
21. 2009/02/13 Numb. Comedy. (2007, 93 mins.) ***
22. 2009/02/14 How To Rob A Bank. Drama. (2007, 81 mins.) *
23. 2009/02/15 His Kind of Woman. Crime. (1951, 120 mins.) ***
24. 2009/02/16 Trouble in Paradise. Romantic Comedy. (1932, 83 mins.) ****
25. 2009/02/17 It's A Free World. Drama. (2007, 96 mins.) **½
26. 2009/02/18 Wah-Wah. Drama. (2005, 97 mins.) **½
27. 2009/02/19 War, Inc.. Comedy. (2008, 107 mins.) **½
28. 2009/02/20 Rushmore. Comedy. (1998, 93 mins.) ***
29. 2009/02/20 Steel City. Drama. (2006, 95 mins.) **
30. 2009/02/21 The Hawk Is Dying. Drama. (2006, 106 mins.) **
31. 2009/02/21 Ying Xiong. Action. (2002, 93 mins.) ***
32. 2009/02/22 Made of Honor. Romantic Comedy. (2008, 101 mins.) **½
33. 2009/02/22 Le Procès. Drama. (1962, 116 mins.) NR
34. 2009/02/23 Untraceable. Film Noir. (2008, 101 mins.) ***
35. 2009/02/24 The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Historical. (2007, 166 mins.) ***
36. 2009/02/25 Firewall. Thriller. (2006, 105 mins.) **
37. 2009/02/26 Lars and the Real Girl. Drama. (2007, 106 mins.) ****
38. 2009/02/27 Red Eye. Thriller. (2005, 85 mins.) **½
39. 2009/02/27 Hairspray. Musical. (2007, 117 mins.) **½
40. 2009/02/28 The Prisoner of Zenda (1952). Drama. (1952, 0 mins.) **
41. 2009/02/28 The Prisoner of Zenda (1937). Drama. (1937, 101 mins.) ***

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