2010 Book & Movie List

Saturday, January 2, 2010

I find myself always clicking on others' links to their book lists and movie lists in hopes to find either a good recommendation or a connection to those who have enjoyed the same things.

And I assume, if you have clicked on my list, you are looking for the same.

I hope you find both.


Books read in 2010:

  1. The Time Traveler's Wife
  2. The Kite Runner
  3. Rees Howells: The Intercessor
  4. Training Hearts-Teaching Minds
  5. The Book Thief
  6. Prayer and the Art of Volkswagen Maintenance 
  7. A Thousand Splendid Suns  
  8. Creating Short Fiction  (in the process)
  9. If God is Good  (in the process)
  10. The Backyard Homestead (skimming)
  11. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
  12. It's All Good Hair
  13. A Case for Faith
  14. The New Square Foot Gardening
  15. Prayer for Beginners
  16. There are No Accidents
  17. Redeeming Love
  18. Steady Days
  19. The Help
  20. The Color Purple
  21. Where Are You Now?
  22. Priceless
  23. Scream-Free Parenting
  24. Born to Run
  25. Have a New Kid by Friday
  26. Take Three
  27. Take Four
  28. The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner
  29. My Father's Daughter
  30. At Home in Mitford
  31. Eat Pray Love
  32. Little Bee
  33. The Secret
  34. The Missing
  35. Choosing to See
  36. Digging to America
  37. The Telling
  38. Suicide by Sugar
  39. The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook


Movies seen in 2010:

  1. Comedian
  2. Away We Go
  3. The Devil's Backbone
  4. 500 Days of Summer
  5. Fiddler on the Roof
  6. The Importance of Being Ernest
  7. The Conversation
  8. A Serious Man
  9. Good Hair
  10. The Hurt Locker
  11. Up in the Air
  12. New York, I Love You
  13. Monsoon Wedding
  14. The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
  15. An Education
  16. Where the Wild Things Are
  17. The Blind Side
  18. Fantastic Mr. Fox
  19. Crazy Heart
  20. Funny People
  21. The Proposal
  22. Captain Abu Raed
  23. Invictus
  24. Reign Over Me
  25. The Last Station
  26. Eclipse
  27. The Last Song*
  28. Cop Out*
  29. Bounty Hunter*
  30. Date Night*
  31. Beautiful Losers
  32. Fame
  33. A Prophet
  34. Youth in Revolt
  35. Terribly Happy
  36. Time Traveler's Wife
  37. Do the Right Thing
  38. Murder on the Orient Express
  39. Paper Heart
  40. Sin Nombre
  41. Inception
  42. New In Town*
  43. Confessions of a Shopaholic*
  44. The Back Up Plan*
  45. District 9
  46. Herb & Dorothy
  47. The Baxter
  48. Art and Copy
  49. Paper Clips
  50. Last Chance Harvey
  51. My Flesh and Blood
  52. Hot Fuzz
  53. The Ghost Writer
  54. Moon
  55. Singles
  56. Tin Men
  57. Glengary Glenross
  58. Precious
  59. 8 Mile
  60. Gigantic
  61. Toy Story 3
  62. The Purple Rose of Cairo
  63. Moon
  64. Eat, Pray, Love
  65. Saving Sarah Cain
  66. It's Complicated
  67. The Other Guys
  68. Priceless
*saw on 18 hour plane trip :)
*or saw while Mr. Smarty was out of town :)

Have a book or movie list?  If we're kindred spirits, let me know,

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4 Creative People Had This To Say:

Michele said...

LOVED 500 Days of Summer mainly for Zooey Deschanel love her hair and look/style and the soundtrack is excellent too.

Have you seen Bright Star? or Sherlock Holmes?

Re books try Oscar and Lucinda by Peter Carey or Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey or A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry all excellent reads. Or for something with a historical bent (but in a fascinating engaging way) try anything by Edward Rutherferd such as Sarum, London, The Forest, Dublin etc. Will think of some more but for now thats what comes to mind.

Love love love The Time Travellers Wife, Kite Runner and The Book Thief. Read them with my bookclub last year.

Always after a new good read

Kristen, The Pajama Mama said...

Michele-we are kindred spirits! I've been wearing my bangs (subconsciously like Zooey's in {500} Days! I'll have to post a new pic, now, I suppose. But I love her, too.

I will have to look up those books, and Bright Star. We will have to wait for Sherlock-isn't it still in theaters? We Netflix-and love it; it requires waiting but is cheaper than babysitting.

Thanks!

care said...

You gotta see Julie and Julia -- LOVED that movie!

I'm Kristen, the pajama mama said...

i think technically i saw Julie & Julia in 2009-i saw it on New Years Eve just before midnight...thanks for the recommendation-it was good!