July is now nearly over and we're still on lock down in Los Angeles. Last week I challenged you to watching acting and filmmaking YouTube channels, I hope you checked some of those out. However I don't want you to think that I'm all about work, work and no play.
If you are like me then you're subscribing to Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube Plus, HBO Max, Hulu, Quibie or some other streaming websites. I've also downloaded every single part of "You don't know Jack" on apple TV and recently... the Emoji Charades... not the most original concept, but good for a few laughs, and we all need a few laughs these days. My girlfriend and I were playing the Modern Movies category and she chose: a "Planet" emoji, an "Asteroid" emoji and a "Clock" emoji.
Me: Easy! It's "Armageddon"
Me: What? "2012?"
I gave up, and then what she told me shocked me and I've decided we have to go back to the top 100 IMDb list and watch some of the movies on there, because otherwise she will make more assumptions about what these great films are about. Did you guess what movie she tried to explain. Hint: it's in the main image for this blog post.
Well, anyway, if you want to have a few laughs, check out that app, but if you've got even more time on your hands these days (and your actor website is up to snuff), then check out this tool I've built for me and my girlfriend to track which of the top 100 movies we haven't seen below.
NOTE: If you are logged into your account, you'll be able to save your selections!