Movies I Watched in February 2015

Movies I Watched in February 2015

As I mentioned at the start of February, I am tracking my movie watching habits this year. This includes a number of different data points, including the services and technologies I use, the years the movies were released and more.

I actually took a break from movie watching for a couple of weeks during the end of February and start of March. Instead, I watched the HBO mini-series, John Adams, and Boardwalk Empire. Parks and Recreation ate into that time a little bit, as well. Since all of that was 100% watched on my tablet, the Fire HDX numbers are obviously down, too.

The Movies

Here are the movies I watched in February:

Medium

As you will see if you follow along, I don’t see many movies in theaters. But here is one early in the year. SpongeBob is definitely a show that me and my brothers appreciate it, so we had to see the new one together.

 

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Media Device

My PlayStation 3 fell off the map this month because I let my youngest brother borrow it. Instead, I streamed movies to my TV through my Roku.

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Screen

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New/Old

Once again, this was all movies I haven’t seen before or, at least, don’t remember seeing. I suspect I may have seen Patriot Games or Clear and Present Danger, but I have no recollection of watching them.

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Year Released

We definitely have a wider period of dates this month, covering 5 different decades.

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Genre

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Patrick O'Keefe

Managing online communities since 2000, I publish a collective of websites known as the iFroggy Network. I wrote the book Managing Online Forums and, as a public speaker, have presented for organizations like CNN, institutions like Australian National University and conferences like SXSW. More about me.

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