Two years ago this month, I started tracking every movie I saw. I got the idea when Grahams posted a list of the movies he'd seen in 2003. I only note movies I see all the way through; if I catch the second half a movie on TV, it doesn't count. In 2004, I saw 120 different movies (seven of them twice, and Boondock Saints three times). In 2005, I saw 87 different movies (six of them twice).

Other numbers for 2005 (because I'm fond of numbers):

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MediaCount Bar (Lux)1 DivX12 DVD58 Theater21 VCD1

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RatingCount A47 B27 C15 D3 F1

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Place (Top 9)Count My Apartment31 My Room22 Casey/Dan's House9 Regal7 Movies 104 Arlington Cinema n' Drafthouse4 The Little3 06-A206 (Liberal Arts Aud)2 Tinsel Town2

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MonthCount January8 February13 March7 April6 May12 June2 July3 August8 September7 October6 November5 December16

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I kind of feel guilty for not going to The Little more than I did. I saw sixteen movies there in 2004 (though even that sounds low, with the times we saw two or three in a day). I'm not surprised that the ratings are skewed the way they are; I do a pretty good job of avoiding movies I won't like, but I'm trying to be harsher in my judgment to even out the average a little better.

I'm hoping to see more in 2006. There are tons of movies I've been meaning to see that I just haven't had time for yet. I've got 272 discs in my Netflix queue right now, and even without the TV series, that's a lot of movies to keep me busy.