We watch quite a lot of movies; at the moment LOVEFiLM send us two discs every week... although I'm always considering the best way to get our movies.
So this is what we watched in July - come back to see what August has brought us.
The true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered a child molestation scandal. Well acted and well written.
The story revolves around Richard Gere as a philanthropist who meddles in the lives of a newly married couple in a misguided attempt to relive his past.
The Night BeforeSome-what out of season, this is the story of three friends whose annual Christmas eve party tradition leads to the seeking out the holy grail of Christmas parties - The Nutcracker Ball. Comedy with that extra element of almost slap-stick.
RatterA student in NYC is stalked on technology in her life (webcam, phone, etc.) it's rather like Hacker from last month, but not as good. Didn't make it to the end.
YouthMichael Caine as a retired conductor invited to perform at Prince Philip's birthday party by the Queen. The film was so slow moving we didn't make the end.