2017 Movie Favorites & Stats

I watched 50 movies this year, that’s up from 41 last year and doesn’t even include the 30 documentaries that Jason and I watched last January.

I wrote 5 Book Vs. Movie posts (The Girl on the Train, Tuck Everlasting, Northanger Abbey, Me Before You, And Then There Were None)

My second most popular post of the year was Book Vs. Movie And Then There Were None.

I wrote about 3 of my Top 100 Movies (17-Shawshank Redemption, 89-Catch and Release, 90-Desk Set)

We saw more movies at the theater than in years past with 20.

The oldest movie I watched was It Happened One Night, 1934

My favorite animated movie was Captain Underpants.

Newest crush is Matthias Schoenaerts (Far From the Maddening Crowd)

Cutest Couple- Will & Louisa (Me Before You)

My most watched actor was Keanu Reeves with 3 movies (To the Bone, Brotherhood of Justice, John Wick 2)

My most watched actress was a 3 way tie with 2 movie a piece  –Anna Kendrick (Trolls, Drinking Buddies), Janelle Monae (Moonlight, Hidden Figures), Reese Witherspoon (Home Again, Sing)

Most despised movie of the year – Mother!

I continued my 5 Word Movie Reviews with $ for Charity and in April gave $100 to the American Red Cross, as Tony requested.  Keep adding to my reviews and maybe you can choose the next charity!

My 5 favorite movies this year

The Big Sick.jpgThe Big Sick, 2017. Humor and heart in a perfect combination.

Wonder (film).pngWonder, 2017. Such a heartwarming story of acceptance.

Room Poster.jpgRoom, 2015. So disturbing, but full of love between a mother and son.

Three women standing in the foreground. In the background a rocket is launching.Hidden Figures, 2016. Trailblazing women for the win.

Dunkirk Film poster.jpgDunkirk, 2017. Not your typical war movie.

What were your favorite movies this year?

 

13 thoughts on “2017 Movie Favorites & Stats

  1. Mary says:

    I’m not a movie watcher, I guess. My husband is an avid netflix movie watcher though. His number of movies watched this year probably equals my books read number (130+). I do plan to watch Wonder, though. I need a heartwarming movie.

  2. hmsgofita says:

    The Big Sick was one of my favorites this year too! I always love the way you present your end-of-the-year stats! I hope you don’t mind if I borrow a bit of your layout to write my post about my end of year stats!

  3. Kay says:

    We haven’t seen very many movies the latter part of this year, though we did see Murder on the Orient Express. I’m still recovering from the ‘mustache’. LOL

    Hoping you, Jason, and Gage have a very Happy New Year! I’m going to be back to blogging tomorrow. 🙂

  4. Diane says:

    Glad you enjoyed Wonder and Hidden Figures. I want to see Room. Dunkirk was good but not my kind of movie. I just posted the movies I saw in 2017 – first year keeping track.

    Happy New Year Stacy.

  5. Tea Time with Marce says:

    So many great ones. I watched Room but didn’t read it, I think I should now. I want to watch Hidden Figures also. I didn’t realize there was a movie for And Then There were None, I’m intrigued. And I loved the couple in Me Before You also. Happy New Year Stacy.

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