Actually, yes. I both work and study and have a SO which takes up basically all of my space. I challenged myself because I love movies and wanted to catch up on many and also just find new and exciting films. Well, at least you get to watch around 48 movies a year (yeah, I’m good at math). You seem to be picking mostly good/great films. Maybe that is the key — skipping the bad ones. I would think that a movie a week would be simple, but then I think about how I’ll have discs from Netflix sit around for a few weeks without sending any back. Sometimes you get busy. I’m not criticizing OP, as everyone has a different life balance, but is a movie a week common for most people here? I’m on a bit of a tear this year (just finished number 298 since New Year).
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But I know I’m not the norm. Grinch Deadpool Christmas Shirt. What do you think is the average for people who consider themselves movie fans? I would have guessed ~100 a year. Your average American watches about 80 movies a year. The number of movies viewed per year by people on this sub is probably incredibly varied. I’m sure there are some people who just watch and re-watch marvel and Star Wars (obvious hyperbole) and people like you and me who watch hundreds of movies a year shrug. I think the big issue with a post like this is op acting like it’s some accomplishment.