Hey there dungeon crawlers, it’s me Slick Dungeon. Have you ever had a challenge checklist you wanted to complete in a year only to notice you are half way through December? Yeah me too. At the start of this year I put out three challenge checklists, one for books, one for movies, and one for a combination of books movies and tabletop RPG’s.
I wanted to take a moment to see where I was on these checklists and see if I have a shot at completing them this year. Today I wanted to focus on my movie checklist. I nailed the first three earlier in the year but that leaves me with nine more to go.
For this list, I think I will be able to finish it. It’s just a matter of taking the time to sit and watch the movies. My next one is a movie with an ambiguous ending. I thought about watching Inception for that but I’ve decided to go with the original Blade Runner so you’ll see a review for that soon. Keep an eye on this blog to find out if I complete my own challenge.
Also, just as a reminder if you complete any of the challenge checklists I put out this year and post about it on your blog, I will review anything you want me to (within reason). So if you complete my movie checklist and you’ve made a film, I will review your film if you ask me to. Same goes for books and tabletop RPG’s. If you complete the film challenge, write about it on your blog and let me know, and then I will review a book you’ve written, etc.
If you’ve been following along with this checklist at all, let me know in the comments. And if you want your very own copy of the checklist just download it from the image above or by clicking right here. Good luck getting everything wrapped up in the remainder of the year!
2 thoughts on “Slick Dungeon’s Slightly Panicked Challenge Check-in: Movie Edition”
I guess I wonder how you’d know to cross off something like “movie is better than the book” until you’d already seen it, and also read the book.
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It is pretty subjective but if you like the movie better than the book it’s better. I read a lot too so I see a fair number of movies I can compare to the source material.