March 2021’s Movie Watch List with Juicy Stats

2021 continues to move a light speed for me. Here we are in April already! As for March, the Oscar nominees were announced making it heavy on the contemporary dramas. As I’ve said in the past, I enjoy the nomination process since it puts plenty of great films on my radar that I would not have watched otherwise. As for what wins, it is a total crap shoot!

Which of the noms did I like? Great question! A lot of homeruns this month! The answers are below…

The Movie Watch List

  • An asterisk (*) indicates a first time viewing.
  • Strike-through means I didn’t enjoy it enough to finish it.
Date WatchedFilm TitleYear ReleasedMy Rating
Mar01The Never Ending Story19843
Mar02Away From Her*20064
Mar03Captain Fantastic*20164.5
Mar04The Man With The Golden Gun19743
Mar05An American Tail19864
Mar06Coming 2 America*20212
Mar0720,000 Leagues Under The Sea19544
Mar08Unhinged*20201
Mar10Sideways20044
Mar11The Spy Who Loved Me19774.5
Mar12UHF19895
Mar13City On Fire*19874.5
Mar14Man On Wire20084
Date Watched Film Title Year Released My Rating
Mar16Mank*20200.5
Mar17Hillbilly Elegy*20204
Mar18Moonraker19794
Mar19Onward*20205
Mar20Sound of Metal*20195
Mar21Judas and the Black Messiah*20214
Mar22Promising Young Woman*20202
Mar23Minari*20204
Mar24Another Round (Druk)*20204
Mar25For Your Eyes Only19814.5
Mar28The Mechanic*19723.5
Mar29The Father*20205
Mar30Collectiv*20194
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The Juicy Stats

Total Number of movies watched: 26
The number of first-time watches: 18
Minutes spent watching movies: 2773
Oldest movie: The Mechanic (1972)
Longest movie: Tie: 127 minutes Sideways, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. Mank is 133 minutes but I only watched a hour of it.

Movies watched by decade:
1910s – 0
‘30s – 0
‘40s – 0
‘50s – 0
‘60s – 0
‘70s – 4
‘80s – 5
‘90s – 0
‘00s – 2
2010s – 3
2020 – 10

How I watched them:
PVR/DVR – 2
DVD Collection – 5
Blu-ray Collection – 5
4K Blu-ray collection – 0
Public Library DVD – 0
Netflix – 5
Amazon Prime –
Tubi – 0
YouTube – 0
Legit Stream – 0
Disney+ – 2
Pirates – 6

Genres:
Action – 5
Animated – 2
Comedy – 3
Comic Book – 0
Concert – 0
Crime – 0
Documentaries – 2
Dramas – 10
Fantasy – 1
Film Noir – 0
Horror – 0
Holiday – 0
Kung Fu – 0
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:  14/18 – .777 (Last month: .765)
Home Runs: 5 –City On Fire, Onward, Captain Fantastic, Sound of Metal, The Father
Strikeouts: 1 – Mank

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Awards
Most Fun First Time Watch: City On Fire
Movie That More People Should See: Away From Her
Most Fun Re-watch: UHF
Most Forgettable: Unhinged
Better Than I Remembered: The Spy Who Loved Me
Not As Good As I Remembered:
The Never Ending Story
The movie I can finally cross off the Bucket-list: Man on Wire
Best performance: Anthony Hopkins, The Father
Most Pleasant Surprise: Onward
Most Disappointing Movie:  Coming 2 America
Best Movie: The Father

25 comments

    1. Seriously, I could not remember what Unhinged was when I saw it on the list. So, I put it down as the Most Forgettable. When Sarah read this post she asked me, “Which one is Unhinged?” lol, I think I got that one right.

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  1. I didn’t manage to finish Mank either and thought I was alone in that, heh. Looks like a month of great choices otherwise. Love Sound of Metal and City on Fire!

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      1. It’s not often I give up on a movie completely – I tend to hang on… just so I can tick it off the list. I might go back and finish it, but I’m in no rush!

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