It took me a little while but I managed it! This blog is now a book that you may purchase!!
The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:
The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.
A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 7,000 times in 2010. That’s about 17 full 747s.
In 2010, there were 222 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 223 posts.
The busiest day of the year was August 2nd with 555 views. The most popular post that day was List of Movies.
Where did they come from?
The top referring sites in 2010 were emmawatsonsmagic.com, alphainventions.com, twitter.com, facebook.com, and refzip.com.
Some visitors came searching, mostly for 212 films, film 212, 212 films 7 months, blue film, and is donnie darko crazy.
Attractions in 2010
These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.
List of Movies June 2010
About My Challenge! December 2009
Donnie Darko June 2010
My Top 20 July 2010
9.59pm – We all know Toy Story & Toy Story 2 are totally awesome and we’re all so excited to see the third one in June but I’m gonna watch it anyways. The review will probably be short because, like I said, we all now how awesome it is. Plus this means I’ll only be 1 film behind.
12.25am – Well, that was conclusive; Toy Story 2 is still awesome. The characters [new & old], the actors with the most famous voices EVER, the story, the animation [cross between realistic and cartoony], the humor [for kids and adults], the songs and the outtakes at the end of the movie are all still super awesome. So I shall make this review totally made of quotes from the movie to make myself laugh again and hopefully bring back memories for those who’ve seen it and make those who haven’t jealous!
11.13pm – its a bit late and I’m a little tired but I’m still buzzing from meeting Lauren Conrad and talking to her about jeans and her signing my book and OMG she’s awesome and so incredibly kind and lovely and she never stopped smiling! She was better than I expected! So, enough of my love letter to Lauren Conrad [>.<] I shall quickly post a few pictures I took onto Facebook then go downstairs to watch Big with one of my homemade brownies ^_^
2.27a – Big, to me, is the kind of movie you’d watch if it were on TV. It’s the classic feel good movie. I think the last time I watched it the whole way through, I was about… 16 or 17 or something. I think this is the 3rd time I’ve seen it and it’s a movie that if you watch it every couple of years or so, it remains great.
So yeah… good movie… unless you have a 13 year old son… then it might gross you out… or I’m just immature ^_^
I love myself a bit of Pixar. I don’t think they can go wrong at all. I’ve either completely fallen in love with their movies or at least thoroughly enjoyed them. And Monsters Inc. is not exception. I loved it the first time I saw it then I saw it again in history class [ it was our last day, Mr Carter couldn’t be bothered either] and I hated it! Now, I’ve watched it again and I have no idea why I left that history lesson hating the movie!
The two main characters are brilliant. We have the guy who’s the big, scary guy on the outside but the warmest, kindest guy on the inside with fabulous coloured fur; Sully [John Goodman a.k.a. Fred Flintstone]. Then we have the tiny green monster with one eye who pretends to be the brains of the pair but he’s just self-centered and our main source of comedy; Mike [Billy Crystal]. They make a great comedy duo. Not a very original comedy duo but its still a great one.
“We scare because we care.”
PS: People are saying they know of my blog thanks to my McDean videos on YouTube. I can’t believe there are still McDean fans out there! Its still going strong?! Its mental, in a good way of course. I keep getting emails from YouTube saying people are still commenting on my videos and people are still leaving comments on my profile! Its been 2 years now, hasn’t it?! Mental. Those who don’t know what McDean is, don’t worry, I can’t even be bothered to go into it lol.
It’s a great movie with two Hollywood greats; Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant. This film has more twists and turns than any movie I’ve ever seen!
There’s this weird game that they play in this restaurent/bar thing. One person has an orange under their chin and has to pass it to the next person without dropping it or using their arms. I’ve never heard or seen this game before. It would be fun to do if the person you have to pass it to was someone you fancied but even not, it would be dead awkward!
There are so many more notes but they’d ruin the movie. This movie relies on the twists and turns of the plot so its best if I shut up. Its on Netflix, on demand so watch it!
Regina: “You don’t really need these” *tries on his glasses, going cross-eyed* “You really DO need these!”
Well, I’m Kate, I’m 18 years old and a bit of a film nut. I’d have to be to even bloody consider doing this! I originate from England and moved to Florida about 7 or so weeks ago [30th Oct 2009]. I’m currently on my gap year and therefore have a little bit [too much] spare time on my hands! I love movies and hope to study Film Production at college/university.
My task idea was given to me by the movie Julie/Julia. But I can’t do a year due to me starting college in August next year so I’ve narrowed it down to 7 months starting from the 1st January 2010. I shall watch a movie every day/night for 7 months and review it online [probably live as well… dunno, have yet to think that through just yet.] Empire Magazine made a list of the top 500 movies of all time and I managed to get the first 212 Well, that’s a bit of a lie as I cut out the ‘horrors’ [I’m sorry, I just can’t watch them at all] and the ones I studied in my A Levels [I cannot watch A Bout de Souffe or Vertigo again. I know they’re classics but I would end up damaging myself and those around me!]. And there were also the ones that Netflix [which I will be using to watch the films] didn’t have which were only about 3 and they were ‘foreign’ films. So I’ve picked out 212 films and dated them to when I’ll watch them.
So yes. That’s what I plan to do. There may be the occasion where I don’t watch a film but I’ll try and make up for it with two the next day.
Dust to dust, for richer or for poorer, in sickness or in health, may the force be with you, because you’re worth it, ahmen and out.