Monday, April 4, 2016

March 2016 Period Drama Challenge Recap & Tag Questions


Sorry this post is up a bit late. I started back to work in March and have been very busy.

As the part of the 2016 Period Drama Challenge at the end of each month I'll be posting a list of the participants, reviews for that month and give you some tag questions to answer. 

 So far there have been 59 comments on the Period Drama Challenge post. 18 people have said they will be participating in the challenge. From those participants links to 50 film reviews have been left in the comments.

 If you haven't left the links to your period drama film reviews from March on the original post go and do it now or comment here! :) 

 And if you haven't entered the 2016 Period Drama Challenge there's still plenty of time to do so!


18 Participants:
Rose of An Old Fashioned Girl - 10 films
Heidi of Along The Brandywine - 5 films (may do more)
Hamlette of Hamlette's Soliloquy - 12-15 films
Tom of Motion Picture Gems - 8 films
Birdie of Lady of the Manor - 8 films
Lois Johnson - 8 films
 Éowyn of High Noon - 5 films
Faith of Just Way Too Boss - 5 films
Abby P of Lavender Spring - 5 films
Catherine of Based On The Book - 5 films
Mary Horton of Sunshine and Scribblings - 5 films
Carissa Horton of Musings Of An Introvert - 10 films
Jenelle Schmidt of JenelleSchmidt.com - ? films
Jayne M of Adventures At Tiny Toadstool - 12-15 films
Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm - 12-15 films
McKenna of It's The Little Things - 12-15 films
The Gibson Girl - 5 films
Becky of Becky's Book Reviews - 8 films


22 Reviews:
How Green Was My Valley by Catherine
Rurouni Kenshin by Faith
Vanity Fair (1998) by Lois Johnson
Arabian Nights' (2000) by Catherine
 Mini reviews for Anne of Green Gables, Mr. Holmes, Home Fires, Pollyanna and Downton Abbey (Series 6) by Becky
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, (Season 1) by Becky
When Calls the Heart by Carissa Horton
Bill by Catherine
Mercy Street by Abby P
Lark Rise to Candleford (Season 1) by Becky
Poldark (Season 1) by Birdie
Miss Potter by Becky
The Imitation Game by Carissa Horton
Tess of the D'Urbevilles (2008) by Catherine
Lark Rise to Candleford by Lois Johnson
Populaire (2012) by Birdie

P.S. And I have failed this month in posting any film reviews. I've started many reviews but after I started back to work and am trying to juggle my time. Hopefully I'll do better in April.

 March Tag Questions: 
(Answer here in the comments or on your blog)
1. What period dramas did you view in March?
2. What is your favorite period drama soundtrack?
3. If you could attend a ball in a Jane Austen story what would be the color of your ballgown and who would you dance with?
4. Do you prefer watching period dramas by yourself or with friends/family? Why?
5. What period dramas are you looking forward to viewing in April 2016?





10 comments:

Hamlette said...

Wow! Twenty-two reviews! So cool. I've got some catching-up to do.

My reply to the tag is up here now :-)

Carissa Horton said...

My answers to your delightful tag. :)

http://cabdriversandcoffeepots.blogspot.com/2016/04/period-drama-challege-march-tag.html

Heidi said...

My March tag answers. :)

http://ladyofanorien.blogspot.com/2016/04/period-drama-challenge-tag-answers.html

Lois Johnson said...

Here's my answers.
http://youmeandacupofteablog.blogspot.com/2016/04/2016-period-drama-film-challenge-march.html

Hamlette said...

I've got a review done for April, finally! It's for "And Now Tomorrow" (1944).

Hamlette said...

I've got my 10th review up, and the first for May! It's for Beyond the Rocks (1922).

Hamlette said...

My review of the WWII dramedy Captain Newman, M.D. (1963) is up here now :-)

Hamlette said...

Here's my 12th review! It's for Angel and the Badman (1947).

(The Period Drama Challenge IS still going on, right?)

Miss Laurie of Old-Fashioned Charm said...

Hi Hamlette! Yes, the Period Drama Challenge is still going on. I have a couple posts coming up that will explain exactly what I've been up to and why the lack of posting lately. Thanks for keeping up with your reviews, you are a huge encouragement to me!

Hamlette said...

Yay! I'm behind on my blog reading right now, and I was so hoping I hadn't missed a post saying you'd cut it short or something.

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