Hobson: You spoiled little bastard! You’re a man who has everything, haven’t you? But that’s not enough. You feel unloved. Arthur, welcome to the world. Everyone is unloved. Now stop feeling sorry for yourself. And incidentally, I love you. Marry Susan, Arthur. Poor drunks do not find love, Arthur. Poor drunks have very few teeth, they urinate outdoors, they freeze to death in summer. I can’t bear to think of you that way.
Arthur: I need Linda, Hobson.
Hobson: I see. Well, perhaps fate will lend a hand. One never knows.
So I guess I saw 20 more films in February than I did in January, even though the month is shorter. I would blame this almost solely on TCM’s 31 Days of Oscar (which still has two more days to go), but I watched a number of other films as well. As I did last time, after the cut I’ll list all 131 films, as well as a breakdown by decade and list my five favorites. I’d also like to point out that I watched a number of foreign films this month. I try to watch at least one foreign film a month, but I think I watched 14 in February (and they weren’t all in French!) As much as I wish every month were 31 Days of Oscar (because zomg I watched so many Best Picture nominees in the last few weeks, you don’t even know), I’m kind of looking forward to not having a million films on my DVR looming every morning.