Not sure if anyone else going to participate but I mentioned a 365 (movie a day) challenge I saw on Reddit and several members blanched at the commitment. But I thought I'd try a movie log thread. One post per member to be edited as you watch movies. Not a full review maybe one comment or a star rating to keep to one line per film. For mine, I'm going to keep a plus or minus vs. the 365 just for fun. Baywatch - Meh, funny, recycled plot. Sicario - Really good but disturbing. The Artist - Enjoyed immensely. The Post - Liked this one but it drug a bit, still worth a viewing for sure. The Imitation Game - Another that I'm only finally getting too. Really enjoyed it. The Giver - A rewatch. Older two kids wanted to see. Just OK. Imagine the book is better. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - Rewatch for me but I'm going through the series with my 11 year old. A Hologram for the King - I liked this one. As I get older I think these "transition in life" stories appeal more to me. We Own the Night - Mafia drug ring cop drama set in the late 80s. Pretty dang good. Leap! - Bad... pretty good art design but the animation is sub-par, the story is kludgy, the dialog is terribly written. I feel like it had potential that was wasted. The Book Thief - Mixed feelings. Great performances and a heart-wrenching setting and plot but something felt off... trite. Just OK. Up in the Air - If you've ever wondered what your life would be like if you'd poured everything into professional success, watch this film. I really liked it. Transformers: The Last Knight - One of the worst movies I've ever seen. Not even worth the SFX and boom sounds. Terrible. Atomic Blonde - I thought it was pretty good. The ending props up the rest of the movie. I'll say no more. Atonement - Another movie I bought after awards season and never got around to. As such, I had no idea what I was really getting into. Good film. Not one to rewatch, but good. Blade Runner: 2049 - Really good. Enjoyed the heck out of this one! The Apple Dumpling Gang - Rewatch. My parents were over to celebrate Dad's birthday and my mom has been wanting to watch this. A lesser Disney classic but a family favorite. Groundhog Day - One of the best movies ever. Surprisingly deep and I'm not being pretentious or hipster when I say that. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets - Pretty good. I wanted to like this one more than I did. The story seemed OK but it felt miscast and the dialog was clunky and wasn't used well to move the story forward. I could see it growing on me though now that I know the story. Wonder - Rewatch with the family. Great heartwarming film. I really like this movie. Okja - Finally got around to watching this Netflix original by Bong Joon Ho. A bit interesting in plot and ending. Would be interested in discussing if anyone else has seen it. The Big Short - I had a pretty good understanding of what led up to the global financial crisis given my line of work. Regardless, this was a great movie and I feel like it would be a pretty accessible way for those who don't know what happened to learn. Hook - Rewatch. I'm always disappointed when I'm reminded how poorly this film did critically. It's not perfect but I think it is far better than the 29% RT score. Not surprisingly it scores a significantly better 76% audience rating. Grease - Rewatch obviously. Took the kids to one of the historic theaters that shows older movies. Kind of forgot it was PG-13 (not that that's an issue in our house) and I'm glad some of the content likely went over even my oldest's head. I didn't notice an obvious reaction when Rizzo asks "What do you think this is, a gang bang?" Hunger Games - Rewatch with my middle child. This movie reminds that the series started off pretty strong. Black Panther - Finally got around to seeing this while still in theaters. Really enjoyed it. Coco - What a wonderful movie. Loved the story and characters. The visuals and music are a great way to show off a well put together system. Not T-Rex demo - a different kind of showing off a good system.