What can I say? I make plans and then change them on the fly. My original thought for March was to watch a number of the films I have found on the internet, but time and pressure worked against me. I tended to need my laptop for work, and thus couldn't really give it over to movie watching for any length of time. On the other hand, another goal was 25 films, and I knocked out 27.
As I move on and what's left becomes a shorter and shorter list, it still seems like I have so many classics left to watch. I'm at 78 reviews for the year, which seems like a huge number for the end of March, but I still have nearly 450 to go, including a few that I've been looking forward to since the start and a few that I've been dreading.
As a personal milestone, I'm five movies away from having seen and reviewed the earliest 100 films, and I have plans to watch most (if not all) this month. There are a few other spots I need to concentrate on, and a few genres I should spend time with, but I think for now, April will simply be a month of watching whatever flits in over the transom. If I don't plan too much, I can't disappoint myself.
As a final note, I should regularly thank my librarian, Cynthia Reynolds. Once per month, she finds an obscurity for me--Pasazerka most recently, and this last time, she had to send to freakin' Amherst College to do it. Librarians are awesome people, and Cynthia is the best one I know.