365 FILMS IN 2012

221/365

Perfect Sense

David Mackezie

2011

 out of 5

There are some love stories that will stick with you forever, and I’m positive that this one will be.  This “virus epidemic” type of premise is more about the love story between these two people as the world slowly gets worse and worse.  The way that they portray each stages of the the loss of the senses is so incredibly effective.  There are a few horrifying parts….a few frightening parts….all mixed in with some sweet and tender moments of the world continuing to live.  It feels so incredibly real and I got chills from each stage of the disease taking over.  It’s a film I won’t soon be forgetting.  

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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