December 2020’s Movie Watch List with Juicy Stats

And there we have it!  A full year of doing these lists!  This happens so rarely for me, so I’m not sure but… I feel like I committed to doing something, then followed through with it.  Crazy to think of, eh?!?

I’ll work on the year end stats for tomorrow, but we still have one more month to wrap up before that!  So…

The List

  • An asterisk (*) indicates a first time viewing.
  • Strike-through means I didn’t enjoy it enough to finish it.
Date Watched Movie Title Year Released My Rating
Dec01 National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation 1989 5
Dec02 The Big Lebowski 1998 5
Dec03 The Prisoner of 22nd Avenue* 1975 3.5
Dec04 All Dogs Go To Heaven 1989 2.5
Dec06 The Prize* 1963 2
Dec07 Armour of God* 1986 4
Dec08 Operation Condor: Armour of God Part II* 1991 4.5
Dec09 The Lady Vanishes* 1938 4
Dec10 Big 1988 5
Dec11 Nothing But Trouble* 1944 2
Dec12 Project A* 1983 3.5
Dec13 Home Alone 1990 4.5
Dec14 Shine a Light* 2008 3
Dec14 Darkman* 1990 4
Dec15 Christmas In Connecticut* 1945 4
Date Watched Movie Title Year Released Year Released
Dec 16 The ‘burbs* 1989 3
Dec17 Splash 1984 3.5
Dec19 Music. Money. Madness: Jimi Hendrix, Live In Maui* 2020 2.5
Dec19 Jimi Hendrix* 1973 3
Dec19 Remember the Night* 1940 4
Dec20 The Bishop’s Wife* 1947 4
Dec21 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang* 2005 2.5
Dec22 Mr. Soft Touch* 1949 3.5
Dec23 Cover Up* 1949 3.5
Dec24 The Lion in Winter* 1968 3
Dec26 Holiday* 1938 4
Dec27 Dark Victory* 1939 3
Dec28 The Forbidden Kingdom* 2008 4
Dec29 Rollerball* 1975 1.5
Dec30 All the King’s Men* 1949 3
Dec31 Silver Linings Playbook* 2012 2.5

The Juicy Stats

Total Number of movies watched: 31
The number of first-time watches: 25
Oldest movie: Tie: Holiday and The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Longest movie: Tie: The Prize and The Lion In Winter (2hr 14m)
Most watched actor: Jackie Chan (4) 
Movies watched by decade:
‘30s – 3
‘40s – 7
‘50s – 0
‘60s – 2
‘70s – 3
‘80s – 6
‘90s – 4
‘00s – 3
‘10s – 1
2020 – 1

How I watched them:

PVR/DVR – 20
DVD Collection – 1
Blu-ray Collection – 7
4K Blu-ray collection – 1
Public Library DVD – 0
Netflix – 0
Amazon Prime – 0
Tubi – 0
YouTube – 0
Legit Stream – 0
Disney+ – 0
Pirates – 1

Action – 1
Animated – 1
Comedy – 7
Comic Book – 0
Concert – 1
Crime – 1
Documentaries – 2
Dramas – 4
Fantasy – 2
Film Noir – 2
Horror – 0
Holiday – 5
Kung Fu – 3
Musical – 0
Science Fiction – 1
Thriller – 1
War – 0
Western – 0

Baseball time!
These are the “batting stats” compiled for the FIRST TIME watches.  I give each movie a rating out of 5.  4.5 and up are home runs, 4s to 2.5s are hits, 2 and lower are field outs, an 0.5 (did not finish) is a Strike Out.  This tells me how well of a job I’m doing at picking which movies to watch.

Good Movie Average:  20/25 – .800 even  (Last month: .750)
Home Runs: 1 – Operation Condor: Armour of God Part II
Strikeouts: 0, but Rollerball came close as several scenes were skipped. 

The Movie More People Should See: The Forbidden Kingdom
Most Fun First Time Watch: Operation Condor: Armour of God Part II
Most Fun Re-watch: The Big Lebowski
Most Forgettable: Silver Linings Playbook
Movie That Most Lived Up to How I remembered it: Big
Not As Good As I Remembered: All Dogs Go To Heaven
The movie I can finally cross off the Bucket-list: All The King’s Men
Most surprising performance: Cary Grant, The Bishop’s Wife
Most Pleasant Surprise: Darkman
Most Disappointing Movie:  Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Worst Movie: Rollerball
Best Movie: Operation Condor: Armour of God Part II

Feel free to tell me how terrible my opinion(s) are in the comments!


  1. Between doing 15 Youtube streams, being on Twitter, Facecrack, reading our blogs, buying a shit ton of music and watching movies do you guys ever sleep?
    Back before Christmas we have a guy who comes and sells computers/Tv’s etc and they just deduct bi weekly off of our cheques for 2 years. Sure I pay a little more but really it’s already bought and paid for really. Anyhoo we bought ourselves an upgrade in TV so we got a 65 Inch Plasma 4K TV as we were still using our TV that was 10 years old..
    Never knew until we got that sucker that the remote’s now comes with an actual Amazon Prime button, Netflix button.. What the hell?? lol
    Been watching some documentaries on Prime. We just finished watching ‘The Last Narcos’ really good.
    Amazing the amount of stuff you have watched.

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    1. The Last Narcos is on my list to watch! See, you’ve already seen something I haven’t, lol And I think my TV is only 60 inches. So you already have a better screen!

      I think I’m going to do a post on my movie watching tips and tricks.

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  2. How do you have time for movies? I’m preoccupied with youtube and CDs nowadays that I hardly watch movies lol! I can’t believe you watched Silver Linings Playbook too (didn’t think it was your genre), though you gave it a low rating and I can’t say anything because I’ve never seen the movie, but yeah!

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    1. I watch all kinds of movies! Musicals are the only ones I’ll generally avoid. Sarah and I make the time to watch a movie every evening. It is our thing and they just add up. Do it once a day and you have seen 31 movies in 31 days. Maybe I should do a post with my tips for watching more movies…

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  3. Dang, another stellar list of movies watched. I have never heard of Operation Condor: Armour of God Part II, I might have to check that one out. Rollerball…yeah I’ll skip that even before you said it was the worst one.

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