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  • Genre:PERFORMING ARTS
  • SubGenre:Film & Video / History & Criticism
  • Language:English
  • Pages:228
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667866673

The 365 Greatest Movies Ever Made and the Days You Should Watch Them

by Michael O'Connell

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Overview
There are certain movies that should be watched on certain days or at certain times of the year, right? Obviously Christmas movies should be watched at Christmastime and perhaps a romantic film on Valentine's Day, but what about the other 350 or so days of the year? Enter The 365 Greatest Movies Ever Made and the Days You Should Watch Them. The movies listed herein are those that should be watched every day of 2023. Enjoy!
Description
There are certain movies that should be watched on certain days or at certain times of the year, right? Obviously Christmas movies should be watched at Christmastime and perhaps a romantic film on Valentine's Day, but what about the other 350 or so days of the year? Enter The 365 Greatest Movies Ever Made and the Days You Should Watch Them. Because not every day of the year is a holiday, some dates have to be filled in with simply good movies, if not appropriate movies. That's the fun part. My most important qualification for those in the "365 greatest" was entertaining, not necessarily good in a film class sort of way. Movies should be enjoyable, whether they are comedies, dramas, mysteries, or political thrillers. The movies listed herein are those that should be watched every day of 2023. In organizing the list I tended to group like films together and, if nothing else, considered the mood of the season. Now sit back and enjoy the read!
About the author
Michael O'Connell grew up in upstate New York but lives now in Sterling, Virginia, with his wife and son. He is the author of The Other Side of the Coin (2007), a free-market response to Barbaba Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed. After a stint as editor of his college newspaper, O'Connell started his own commercial paper, The Binghamton Vanguard, which he edited from 2004-2009. O'Connell hosted two radio shows in the Binghamton, New York, area, from 2001-2005, and a television show (Politics After Dark) from 2004-2011. The episodes focused on not only politics but sports and pop culture as well. Currently he is a teacher in the Loudoun County Public School district in Loudoun County, Virginia. In addition to his other works, his blog can be found at www.mikeoconnelljr.com. His weekly podcast is Math and Musings, found wherever podcasts are sold.
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