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Mother is a brilliant movie. 11/10

2 I recommend to watch:
Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone


And Billy Bob Thorton in Sling Blade

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Night Hunter

Interesting crime thriller with quite a few known actors from multiple genres.

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I loved Sling Blade.

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Arctic.

Didn’t care that much for the ending, but the rest of the movie was great.

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I saw What We Do in the Shadows (2014).

It's a horror comedy that reminds me of Shaun of the Dead, but that film is much better.

What We Do in the Shadows is more comedy than horror, though it is pretty gory.

I was hoping for it to at least try to be scary, but as a comedy, it's pretty decent.

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sp5it wrote:
Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone

As much as I like Lawrence’s performance, Dale Dickey is amazing in Winter’s Bone.

raccoon city wrote:

I saw What We Do in the Shadows (2014).


It’s a horror comedy that reminds me of Shaun of the Dead, but that film is much better.


What We Do in the Shadows is more comedy than horror, though it is pretty gory.


I was hoping for it to at least try to be scary, but as a comedy, it’s pretty decent.

Have you seen the TV version yet?

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Kindle wrote:

Have you seen the TV version yet?

No, I haven't, but I have heard that it is good.

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Watch them.
Both are interesting.
With the Viggie Mortenson one being the most enjoyable
IE Bloody good.

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The Art of Racing in the Rain

Pretty awesome movie, like “A Dog’s Journey”, but better IMO. Has a good dog, cars and Milo Ventimiglia in it.

gf insisted on “The Last Bridesmaid” (Hallmark, 2019)
“ok” movie, one of the better Hallmark movies. Still fluffy, but watchable.
the other we tested was “From Friend To Fiance” (2019), some acceptable acting. standard Hallmark plot.

The Dark Place
A bit of a weird movie, average rating from me. About a young guy who can’t be employed due to a previous mistake. However, he makes more of them going forward.

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My wife and I watched Eaten by Lions.

If you’re into quirky comedies, this is a good one.

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Sling Blade had likable protagonists but the plot was way too primitive and therefore predictable. I couldn't share the high ratings sorry.

I watched A Dog's Journey together with my lil nephew. We both understood that the plot was shallow and oversimplified, something for total kids to enjoy. And dog lovers.

I am gonna check out The Secret Life Of Pets 2 later this week!

 

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I saw Don't Look Now (1973).

This movie was slow as molasses, and very little happened in the whole film.

Boooring!

I didn't care for it.

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Rewatched “The Peacemaker“ since I last saw it probably the better part of a decade ago, long enough that it was almost watching it anew. Pretty good.

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The family and I went to see Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
If you’re of the age that you remember the books or the series it’s definitely worth seeing. My daughter loved it, there were teenagers and grownups screaming like they were on a rollercoaster. The movie was a little more adult than the Nickelodeon series, it had a smattering of bad language and mature content (bullying, racism, murder etc.) so I’d avoid bringing the little ones.

Good movie, not just a rehashed anthology.

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Sixtuplets , a comedy on Netflix about a guy who realizes he has 5 other siblings. Just when he was about to get married.

It had some funny elements, but not a movie to write home about. Below average, IMO.

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I recently watched “spider man: into the spider verse”. I was skeptical going in as I’m super burned out on super hero films and I’m not huge on cartoons, but the show surprised me and I enjoyed it.

I know it’s not a movie, but do any of you guys watch the show forged in fire? I have been binging it lately.

It’s a really cool show that centers around craftsman making swords and blades. These blades then get tested in various ways and there is a bit of a competition as to who made the best blade.

While I’m not super interested in making a bunch of swords or knives, It has inspired me to start tinkering and forging myself. I built a variation of a ground forge . I built a little hole in the ground and stuck a long black pipe into the middle of the hole. I attached a hair dryer to the end to provide more airflow. It works surprisingly well, although the pipe does get very hot if i leave it for too long. With this humble forge, a pair of v-bit blacksmith tongs, and an old carpenter’s hammer I have been able to make a number of cool things like coat hangers, fire pokers, and knives. I might have to see if I have some pictures on my laptop if you guys are interested.

If any of this sound interesting you, I recommend checking out black bear forge or tobjorn ahman , those guys are great!

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Hadn’t seen Westworld in forever, so watched that last night. Classic. LOL

Watching Yul Brynner trash-talk Richard Benjamin was a hoot!

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Green Book is a classic now.
Saw it on first leg plane to Hong Kong. Again second leg to London.
Didn’t have it on third to Barcelona. But I got it off net and showed it
to a few onboard ship.
ALl had same opinion. GREAT Movie, then some.
Both actors were perfect for each role. Pity a few more weren’t as professional
among the many that profess to be “actors”.

One of the Better movies among the mostly rubbish made nowadays.

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Green Book is a good story and the movie was well done. Eveready Captains and Rayovac Sportsman in that one.

I also liked Finding Steve McQueen but perhaps that was because they showed them using Kel-Lite flashlights in that one.

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“Winter Castle”, Hallmark movie I was forced to watch.
average!

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Caught The Commuter last night.

Pretty good overall, but…

Started out really well as an intelligent thriller, but then blew up into an over-the-top Micheal Bey does “Die Hard 9: Die Hardest Then You Die Again” kind of movie.

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Iron Sky II.
I had to laugh so hard about some scenes.

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Hmm, was almost positive I mentioned Westworld t’other night, but can’t find it (even goggled it).

Classic roboflick, and watching Yul Brynner trash-talking Richard Benjamin was a hoot!

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I saw The Frighteners (1996).

It was mediocre, which is strange.

I like Michael J. Fox, I like some Peter Jackson films, and I like most movies produced by Robert Zemeckis.

It seemed like the film makers were more interested in showing off special effects than anything else.

And many of the special effects do not look very good in 2019.

I did like parts of the movie, and I did like the last half hour, but overall it could have been much better.

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“American Woman”
About a woman who disappears and how the family around reacts to it. Watchable movie, nothing extraordinary, a bit slow at times.

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I saw Soylent Green for the first time this weekend. All the recent media talk about lab-grown meat had me curious.

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Reminds me, I gotta rewatch “The Stuff“… LOL

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Bugger. I just watched “Monolith“ (2016), when I actually wanted to get “Monolith“ (1993).

Wasn’t bad, but the first half of the movie, all I could do was roll my eyes and snark, “What a dumbass…”.

EVERYTHING she did was wrong, and just like those dimwits in “The Bunnyman”, I wanted her to pay for her stoopitity.

Decent end, even if a stretch. Kinda like The Knight Rider makes an SUV

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