|July 2009 Netflix Summary||Arrived at Home||Received at Netflix||Days at Home||Monthly Average Days at Home||Cost Per Movie|
|Vicky Christy Barcelona||07/01||07/13||12|
|Days of Heaven||07/01||07/14||13|
|I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar||07/14||07/24||10|
|Last Holiday (1950)||07/17||07/20||3|
|Youth Without Youth||07/21||07/31||10|
|The Whole Shootin' Match||07/25||08/03||9|
Only made it through ten movies this month, what with the AALL meeting and the bathroom renovation from hell. It was mostly movies I've been meaning to get around to for years - Days of Heaven (really good), and Tender Mercies and Honkeytonk Man, which are a great pair of movies that I wish I had watched as a double feature. I Can No Longer Hear the Guitar is exhibit #1 for why making Netflix choices based on the New York Times' DVD column is a very dicey business - that was the biggest waste this month, with Tideland coming in a very close second. My third favorite after Eastwood's and Duvall's individual turns at country music movies, though, was The Whole Shootin' Match, which also was a NYT DVD column selection, so I guess it all comes out in the balance.