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  1. #76
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    This is going to be a hard act to follow for Tom Hanks. Comes out in February. Make sure you have some kleenex handy for this one.

    https://youtu.be/FhwktRDG_aQ

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    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    This is totally worth the $1.75+tax rental fees:

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  3. #78
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    I'm In.
    Rambo kinda sucked
    https://youtu.be/e6hO6RIwaFs

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    I know I already mentioned it above, but I watched LUCKY DAY 2X.
    Really dug it.
    It's like a QT movie on meth and ludes.
    Crispin Glover is off-the-nuts.
    The rest of the cast is stellar.
    Lots and lots of absurdist ultra-violence, so not for the faint of heart in that regard.
    Lots of sick-and-twisted humor, too.

    RIYL: Pulp Fiction; Kill Bill Vol. 1; Killing Zoe...
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  5. #80
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    PAIN AND GLORY
    Antonio Banderas in a tour de force performance.
    Spanish with English subtitles.

    I reviewed it in the Ongoing Current Movies In Theaters thread: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...96#post5830596


    THE LIGHTHOUSE
    Gothic psychological horror with bravura performances from both Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. Gritty black-and-white cinematography and lots of Greek and maritime mythology create a thick atmosphere of surreality.

    I reviewed it in the Ongoing Current Movies In Theaters thread: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...41#post5799041
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  6. #81
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    MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN
    3.5/5

    Writer/director/actor Edward Norton’s interpretation of Jonathan Letham’s 1999 novel of the same name is a bit uneven at times, but it is never not entertaining.
    Essentially a neo-noir, the film bounces between being quirky and a turgid murder mystery.
    Norton proves to be rather skilled behind the camera, delivering deft action sequences like the engaging opening sequence; the tension he creates in this long introductory scene is fantastic. Norton also has a great eye in regards to the composition of scenes. Many shots in the film are beautifully staged as if they were meant to be still photos exhibited at a gallery. He also makes wonderfully creative use of reflections and shadows throughout the film.
    When it comes to the acting, Norton has seriously stacked the decks in his favor. The entire film, especially the nuanced dialogue, comes alive thanks to the likes of Alec Baldwin, Bobby Cannavale, Ethan Suplee, Willem Dafoe, Michael K. Williams, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Fisher Stevens (when was the last time you recall seeing him in a film, right?), all of whom are supplemented by a host of amazing character actors. The aforementioned dialogue is sharp and witty causing you to dwell, with extra concentration, on every syllabel uttered. In fact much of the time it feels as if Norton has given all the best lines to his co-stars, in addition to coaxing undeniably great performances from them.


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    Road to Perdition; History of Violence;
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  7. #82
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    Rented Terminator: Dark Fate. It's entertaining enough.

    Without any spoilers: lots of this movie feels very familiar, like Terminator 2 rehashed. The story abandons a lot of previous plot lines, in ways that aren't wholly satisfying. You do get to see Linda Hamilton and Ahhhnold together again on screen, so there's that. It's worth the $2.
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  8. #83
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    KNIVES OUT is totally worth a rental.
    If you have watched enough whodunnits, you may easily figure out who did it within the first 15-minutes, but the ride is wild and well-paced and the cast is stellar.
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    The Good Liar. 2.5 / 5. Kinda meh. The twist is pretty obvious from the beginning, but I expected the reveal to be a bit more clever. It wasn't. Mirren and Mckellen are decent- they're really the only thing that saves the movie.

    Jojo Rabbit. 4.5/5. There's a separate thread on it, but yeah, great movie. Great cast, great story. Hilarious and poignant all at once.

  10. #85
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    UNCUT GEMS is a divisive drama cum thriller with an amazing thespian turn from Adam Sandler..

    ZOMBIELAND: DOUBLE TAP (https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...66#post5805366) is actually a highly entertaining romp. Far better than I expected.
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  11. #86
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    I rented this on Amazon but figured here was a good spot and didn’t find it elsewhere.

    “The Greatest Showman”

    I loved it. Great musical. Zendaya is super hot.

    https://www.redbox.com/movies/the-greatest-showman

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