|October 2009 Netflix Summary||Arrived at Home||Received at Netflix||Days at Home||Monthly Average Days at Home||Cost Per Movie|
|Away We Go||10/06||10/08||2|
|Wait Until Dark||10/06||10/23||17|
|Sir, No Sir||10/13||10/23||10|
|The Girlfriend Experience||10/19||10/23||4|
|The Children's Hour||10/24||11/05||12|
Nine Netflix movies this month. Babel and Ammores Perros were the best two of the bunch, and I didn't realize until after I saw them that they were made by the same director: Babel came up because its one I missed when it was out, and Amores Perros is one of several cities set in Mexico City that I've been watching in "preparation" for the early vacation my wife and I are taken there two weeks before Christmas. She didn't want to watch Amores Perros after the opening dog-fighting scenes, so I watched that by myself and those scenes indeed - and there were worse to come - were harrowing, but it was an excellent flick and, duh, you can see how it and Babel are similar in structure and scope. The Fountain was the other really good movie in the bunch, and both Wait Until Dark and The Children's Hour are two more in our efforts to watch all the Audrey Hepburn movies on Netflix.