In (reverse?) chronological order of viewing, for the past month or so.

John Waters: This Filthy World - A I’ve only seen Desperate Living and A Dirty Shame, so I’m not a Waters purist, but I couldn’t believe how entertaining he was in an hour and a half of monologue.

Once - B Equally touching and entertaining, and I loved the music. Still don’t know how I feel about the ending, but I liked it. Might be showing at a local Landmark or other indie theater.

Hang ‘Em High - D Georgetown Film Festival is hosting a series of Clint Eastwood films in a couple parks nearby. Schmitty and I went to see it, and the best part was the entirely random scaffold-dancing before hand - the movie was slow, and it seems I’m not an Eastwood fan.

Diggers - B Less chick-flicky than I expected, and actually pretty entertaining. I might have a little man-crush on Paul Rudd.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest - C Everyone says it just sets up for the third one and re-uses jokes from the first, and they’re right. Kind of funny, though.

Night Watch - D Didn’t like the end, but I’ve never seen subtitles that were well-done in themselves. That may have been the best part, but the middle bit was OK.

Waking Ned Devine - C I really didn’t like this as much as I’d hoped I would - seems like it’s a modern classic - but it WAS entertaining.

School for Scoundrels - C Slightly entertaining, mostly bad.

The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning - D The first Dukes movie was a poor representative of the series, and this movie was an abomination of that. It was a little bit entertaining - a LITTLE bit - but had no bearing whatsoever on the original series.

Jim Gaffigan: Beyond the Pale - B Goddamn that guy is hilarious. I’ve listened to the album like three times through, and there were some extra bits in the DVD.