I have a game to suggest.

Imagine, if you will, that we’ve decided to do a weekend movie marathon

Kicking off on saturday morning through to sunday evening, we’re really going for it. Popcorn, snacks, comfy sofas, a group of like-minded film fans chilling out.

What films would be on your schedule? for example, are we going to do all six star wars films? But in which order? Or are we going to do a genre mashup of different styles? Rom-coms mixed with zombies? Sci-fi then Merchant Ivory?

Amuse me, internets.

Author: dave

Book reviewer, occasional writer, photographer, coffee-lover, cyclist, spoon carver and stationery geek.

2 thoughts on “”

  1. Sounds like a GREAT game to me! Well, I think the Star Wars anthology is a must, and in the right order (it’d be good to get TPM out of the way first!). I personally would go for the LOTR trilogy, then maybe the Alien Quadrilogy. How about the Rocky saga, then, say the Rambo quadrilogy. Definitely not on the list would be the Matrix Trilogy (although I’d happily watch the first one!), or tat like the Police Academy Octology(?). Hmmm, movies… D’oh!

  2. Awful lot would depend on the company… not to mention my frame of mind.

    There’s the obligatory Austen weekend. Likewise a Sci-Fi weekend. Possibly a Tim Burton weekend. Maybe an anime one of some kind.

    Totally agree with Simon about the Matrix trilogy! Could incorporate it into the Sci-Fi weekend though…

    There’s much to be said for a subtitled weekend too: last video party we went to, I was hugely grateful for Brotherhood of the Wolf, given how impossible it is to get a whole room of drunk people to stop talking!

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