It's a tough job, but somebody had to do it. And that somebody was Chuck Walton at Fandango. Chuck went across the country to see 100 movies in 100 days "in search of the perfect summer moviegoing experience." You can read all about Chuck's adventures at the most appropriately titled 100 Days of Summer blog.

Lucky for us (and for Chuck), he didn't stick to summer blockbusters like The Sorcerer's Apprentice (day 69) or Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (day 25) but also got to check out smaller films like Wild Grass (day 72), City Island (day 13), and the excellent thriller, The Disappearance of Alice Creed (day 97). Some of his movie-going adventures were revivals at cool venues the Mann Chinese Theater in Los Angeles (Beverly Hills Cop,day 11), the New Beverly (Ghostbusters,day 22), and the Hollywood Bowl (Grease sing-along, day 50). After his exhausting trek across the country, he hit #100 at the famous Alamo Drafthouse to see The Expendables. His time at the Drafthouse included the Cinemapocalypse, eight hours of action films which our Peter Hall also hit up.

Chuck gave us a rundown of his best experiences along the way, from drive-ins to cineplexes and movie palaces, and they're definitely worth a look, even if it's just to drool or plan your own movie trek across the country. I can't say I'm jealous of how exhausting reviewing 100 movies in 100 days must be, in addition to traveling, living on movie junk food, and hitting his deadlines, but... Okay, I'm jealous.