I don’t even know how many movies I’ve watched over the past 100 days, but I can certainly tell you that it’s not even close to 100. That’s what makes this particular task so spectacular, because not only is it a fun one to take on (hey, who doesn’t like watching lots of movies?), but it also gives you plenty to talk about with friends.
If you're unemployed, retired, or a student this feat becomes much easier. This in fact may be the norm for some people in this demographic group. It sounds like Chuck has a full time gig at Fandango however so adding this to an already busy schedule becomes much more challenging. I know from working full time that watching a movie in the theater every night and then blogging about it would be extremely tough. Good luck to you Chuck Walton!!!
Not impressed. I see a movie on screen and in a theater 300 to 320 days per year and have done so for the past ten years now. And I can prove it. I have amassed more than 25000 points on one Regal Moviewatcher card and now have nearly 13000 points on another. The same is true for my AMC with card one having 2500 + points and card two now approaching 1000. I despise TV and enjoy my entertainment uninterrupted by pesky commercials, with perfect sound, the way the movie experience is supposed to be enjoyed. Also, the popcorn helps round out the experience but if one isn't careful, it will also round out his/her behind. Good luck with that little 100 day feat though. Too bad but you're really late to the frequent movie watcher party.
Wow Alp407 awfully full of yourself aren't you. How can you sit here and criticise someone you don't even know. You post a comment like you did above pretty much bashing the guy for doing something without even knowing him. For one maybe the guy has a job that doesn't allow him to catch a movie every single night, maybe he has a wife and kids that he chooses to spend time with rather than rotting away in a theater everynight ignoring them, maybe he doesn't have the funds to catch a movie every single night and instead chooses to spend that money on bills or his childrens futures. I find it a little unhuman to judge someone that you don't even know while you make comments like you did above. As a member of the armed forces I don't have
the ability to catch a movie while I am deployed to Afghanistan or other trips that involve taking me away from my home, so a task like this would actually be something that I would find very interesting and wouldn't mind doing it myself. I think you should know facts before posting hateful things just to show people that you think you are far more superior then others.
Sounds like a great project! I do feel sorry for you about seeing something at a theatre in Marina, as both the Regal and AMC's there are pretty dumpy.
Chuck Walton I envy you right now brother, to get to travel around and visit numerous theaters experiencing the different personalities of the employees of each theater. As Jedlander said above I easily watch at least two to three movies a night before I go to bed and I think that this task you are pulling off would be extremely entertaining, though I'm sure that at times it can probably be overwhelming and I think what you are doing is extremely interesting even though to some people I'm sure it doesn't make sense. I wish you luck in your indeavor and look forward to your views and opinions on your journey. Good luck man.
Jeez, you couldn't pay me enough to go see Date night, Letters to Juliet or Just Wright!!! Don't they have a female coujnterpart at Fangdango to watch the chick-flicks for Mr. Walton? he's definitely going to loose some testosterone by the end of this experiment...
i could easily do it. i watched a movie either in theatre or on dvd every single day one summer 3 years ago. no problem. pay for my ticket every day and ill go see a movie for 100 straight days. in fact, id double it if there were enough movies available to watch.
if i got payed sure no problem. their is some indy movies that looks interesting and major movie.
Thanks Jedlander2001! It's been fun so far, and I've got a strong moviewatching constitution (Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Back to the Futur trilogies in movie theaters, check, and an all-nighter of Christian Bale flicks, ending with The Machinist in the morning, doh...no LOTR film fest, though...yet), but we'll see how I hold up in a couple weeks. Thanks for following, and definitely let me know what you think, too, of the movies I'm seeing! Cheers!
Hey Chuck Walton I congratulate you on posting this blog. I would definitely watch 100 movies in 100 days if I should ever have the opportunity. On the contrary I believe I watch in one day at least 3 movies per day before I go to sleep. Now you are doing it the right way by traveling around the country in 100 days and seeing 100 movies in different theaters. This is experience would be extremely awesome to my ears.
I wish you lots of luck in your journey! I look forward in reading your movie posts soon. Jedlander2001
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