When I added AFI’S 100 Years, 100 Movies to my bucket list, I wasn’t aware that AFI, in fact, has several lists. So, I was divided between focusing on the original list or choosing the 10th anniversary edition. I even asked the husband for his opinion, but he told me just to pick one. Men, they make everything so simple. I wasn’t convinced. I have to overthink things for a while.
But then I saw this! AFI’S 100 Years, 100 Movies -10th Anniversary Edition at Barnes & Noble. It was like a sign, a gentle nod that I should pick the 10th Anniversary Edition…and have an excuse to go to Barnes & Noble more often (like I need one).
We ended up buying two movies from the list that night: #44 The Philadelphia Story and #88 Bringing Up Baby. Both Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant movies. I wasn’t familiar with either one. But I was assigned a report on Katharine Hepburn in 10th grade, having learned about her life, I have a great respect for her work. (As my husband will tell you, I also have a terribly wonderful memory. Things from 12+ years ago…)
Anyhow, I thought it might be nice to share the 100 Movie list with marks of the movies that I have and have not seen.
This means see it! This means I’ve seen parts of it or I saw it when I was very young and don’t remember much, so I hope to re-watch it. And normal text means I haven’t seen it. So here goes:
Did you get all that? Kudos, if that held your attention. More movies and more adventures to come!