Through out the month of July, Pure Entertainment Preservation Society (PEPS) hosted #CleanMovieMonth85! which was celebrating the 85th anniversary of when the Motion Picture Production Code was in place.
The goal was to watch films only from 1934-1954. Now, July was really busy for me, so I actually didn’t watch that many movies, and I had plans previously in place to watch certain movies, so it turned out that only half of the movies I watched were in that era!
A huge thank you to PEPS for hosting this!!
(If it has an asterisk next to the title it means that it was a rewatch, and if I reviewed it there will be a link to my review)
Non-Code movies: 3
I watched this only because I was planning to review it, so read my review to see what I think of it!
Spider-man is my favorite superhero, so my sisters and I had been planning to see this for a long time! It wasn’t as good as the first one, but I really enjoyed it.
In Code: There is a lot of fighting, and some crude humor, but I would say it is.
Once again, I rewatched it so I could review it. And let’s be honest, can a month really go by without me watching a STAR WARS movie?
Code movies (1934-1954): 3
This is one of the only Bob Hope movies that I’ve seen and it is hilarious!
This is screwball, and it was overly silly a few times, but it did have some enjoyable moments.
Where do I start? This movie took my five days to watch even though it is only about 100 minutes long. It isn’t a bad movie, I just couldn’t get into it. I think the main problem is the actors, if it was anyone else I would have loved it (coughErrol Flynn and Olivia de Havillandcough).
That’s it! What movies did you watch in July? Thanks to PEPS for hosting this!
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