75/365

The Secret of NIHM

Don Bluth

1982

 out of 5

I did not grow up watching this movie, but I have seen other of Don Bluth’s more infamous works.  Most people find this to be the best Bluth film to date, which is interesting because it was his first.  It’s a pretty good animated film with some really beautiful visuals.  Definitely ahead of it’s time when it was created and it’s the best storyline in a Bluth film for sure.  It’s a bit deeper versus something like Rock-A-Doodle or Pebble and the Penguin (which don’t get me wrong, I loved those films growing up).  Very nicely done film.  

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    i ratti brisbyyyyyyyy! zia bisbetica..timothy..giustino…il lato sicuro della roccia…un luccichino…l’aratro..il gufo…OMG...
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    OMG, this movie was so fucking scary. I will never forget this shit.
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2011 was the year I became a self-proclaimed cinephile.

2012 was the year I watched 366 new films that I had never seen before.

2013 was the year I started the 222 movie challenge and began making gifs for my blog.

2014 is the year I keep up my challenges and start tackling more filmographies and "classic films."


Feel free to send me any movie suggestions! I'm always on the lookout for follower favorites.



Each month I change up the profile & sidebar pictures to a favorite film. Since I started making gifs, I thought I could be a bit more creative and add some visual interest month by month.

This month's film is Thirst



Endlessly Watching Films' Rating System

★ = hated it, waste of time
★★ = enjoyable parts but overall I would skip it
★★★ = enjoyed it and could give it another go
★★★★ = really liked it and would watch it multiple times
★★★★★ = loved it and it will go in my favorite films list