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    What's the last movie you watched?

    See you in 2067!

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    Blazing Saddles with my 12 Y.O.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Blazing Saddles with my 12 Y.O.
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    In the room the women come and go
    Talking of Michelangelo

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    Just watched today, this one was pretty good!

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    FORD vs FERRARI The plot is like in life: it is not justice that wins ...

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    I am embarrassed to say that during the past week I watched Mean Girls and Clueless. All I need is Sydney Wade for the trifecta
    “A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by ill-advised strategy View Post
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    Didn’t realize that Amy Whinehouse was in that one.


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    I watched "Knives Out" via Amazon last night. Great who-done-it flick.
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    The Outpost, based on a true story. So fucking good. Make sure you watch all the way through the credits.
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    Enola Holmes with the 9yo. Really good flick.
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    Agree whole heartedly with the last three - all a welcome relief from 2020.

    My contribution: Come as you are (Prime). Great story, excellent dialogue and characters

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    Film

    the last movie I watched was Enola Holmes in 2020. Since I love the Sherlock Holmes movie itself, it was interesting to look at the binding. In general, I really liked the movie. The actors are just incredible))

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    Just finished (for the gazillionth time) Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome. Not gonna lie, each time I've seen it, it's been a fun time, so not sure why all the hate it's always received. Sure, it has its hokey moments, but damn. Tina Turner and Mel Gibson in their primes? Ya can't go wrong. It's no Road Warrior or Fury Road, but I loved it.

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    Peninsula. Sequel to Train to Busan. Zombie flick.

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    I watched "The Intern" (2015) yesterday. For me it's 8/10. It's more a drama than a comedy. But that's okay, the movie is nice. Robert De Niro is very cute here. It's for cozy evening with wine and pizza

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    Rewatched Danny Boyle's "Sunshine" last night. Highly underrated sci-fi film from 2007 that super flopped at the box office. I don't know if it was the title or a lack of promotion, but I saw it back then and again last night and enjoyed it both times so was always surprised at how little known it was/is. Effects are really well done and everything holds up so well that it might as well have come out this year. Sure, the third act seems a bit shoehorned in there and almost feels forced, but overall a great watch. Great cast who have done a lot of big things since. Check it out! Not available streaming for free anywhere so you'll have to rent online or buy it. Thankfully I own it so got to watch my own copy.


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    Watched Cars last night. But Hubie Halloween was the last semi-non kids flick. Good Sandler throwback. Kinda like s greatest hits ode...

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    The Hummingbird Project. Kinda sucked.

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    Miracle.
    Very good.
    Best acting I have seen from Kurt Russell.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_(2004_film)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Miracle.
    Very good.
    Best acting I have seen from Kurt Russell.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_(2004_film)
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    Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Miracle.
    Very good.
    Best acting I have seen from Kurt Russell.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_(2004_film)
    The other most awesome Kurt Russell movie is:

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the...ds_of_baseball

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    Captain Ron is the best Kurt Russell movie, come on man.
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    Nah; Big Trouble in Little China.

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