This Month in Movies: September 2013
I had been so optimistic about watching a ton of movies in September. I kept thinking "Yeah! This month is going to be awesome and I'm just going to watch SO MANY MOVIES."
That didn't happen...
September 2013 in Movies:
Constantine (2005)*: I saw a television edit of Constantine years and years ago, and not all the way through. I remember thinking it was absolutely visually stunning, and that holds true, but I have to say it wasn't as good this time around as it was when I first saw it however long ago. But, Tilda and Keanu are in it so can I really complain too much?
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)*: I still end up a complete wreck after watching this movie. Every time, without fail, there are tears, and I keep going back. I think it may be the best film adaptation of a book I've ever seen, and I just adore it, and I fall more in love with the story and characters every time I see it. Also, Ezra Miller is a beautiful human being.
Vanilla Sky (2001)*: This has been one of my favorite movies since the first time I saw it, and every time I watch it I see things I missed, or I understand things better. The soundtrack is flawless, and possibly my favorite movie soundtrack.