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November in Film

November and I did not work, film-wise. Instead I got sucked into the worlds of Mad Men, 2 Broke Girls and Drop Dead Diva (Castle and Veep would probably be next). I'm still finishing up the first season of Mad Men (January Jones will always be Betty Draper forever--I saw new season spoilers so I wondered what happened to her) while I'm on the second season of Drop Dead Diva. TV is getting the better of me. 

New This Month
Total Recall
In Time
Moonrise Kingdom
The Ten
The Ides of March
Home on a Range
For a Good Time Call
The Reunion
Hope Springs
Welcome to the Rileys

White Chicks
Ice Age
The Royal Tenenbaums
Back to the Future
Back to the Future II


  1. Damn, I need to catch up on Mad Men, I only saw half of last season but was very disappointed. First 4 seasons are amazing, though.


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