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  • #76
    Re watching the Lethal Weapon series...
    Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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    • #77
      Inside Out, then Den of Thieves. I like variety.
      WHAT IF THERE WERE NO HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS?

      THE CHICKEN CROSSING THE ROAD WAS POULTRY IN MOTION

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      • #78
        I picked up Snow White The Fairest of Them All. I suspect it was because Clancy Brown is in it, only to find more familiar faces! It's not quite as difficult to watch as I remember. Does suffer from the usual lack of friendly interaction between female characters.

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        • #79
          I mopped Star Trek:Beyond off my PVR yesterday. The action was probably great in the theater, but I really had a lot of 'can we skip the chase, please?' moments. And, like, the angle of the plot changed halfway through. Not a rewatch, IMHO.

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          • #80
            The Crimesof Grindlewald...at least I think that is the name. Just can't get into these last two movies. They lack that special magic of the HP films. So unmemorable I can't even recall the names. Depp is embarasing in them. Ugh.
            Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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            • #81
              I went to see Captain Marvel! That was a pretty darned good movie. Just keep whomever was responsible for certain comic stories far, far way. I am not deeply tied to the Marvel comics. I've had huge issues with them, such as when they made Carol Danvers pregnant with... Urgh. URGH. Yeuch.

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              • #82
                I watched "First Man". It is a biographical movie about Neil Armstrong. I learned a few things about his life prior to landing on the Moon. However, I can't say that it was a really enjoyable movie. It was filmed in more of a documentary style than a dramatic style. It was sort of like lets try and put the viewer into the shoes of Neil while he is doing various things. Kind of like a first person video game perspective. Neil's wife Janet, played by actress Claire Foy, was the most interesting part of the movie for me. Ryan Gosling played Neil. I have enjoyed his acting in other movies, but his Neil was a really bland character. I'm not sure that was Ryan's fault though. I think he was trying to give an accurate depiction of Neil.

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                • #83
                  My husband has trouble hearing in theaters, so we mostly stream movies and TV. I guess the last two have been mini series: Chernobyl and The Road to Cavalry. (Russian in subtitles, thank goodness.) Chernobyl is as bad as you can imagine, just grim grim grim. And Road to Cavalry, about WWI and the on-coming revolution, feels like I've seen it already. I'm mostly enjoying it, but it's Dr. Zhivago, Anna Karenina, and a few others all rolled in one. Can the characters be any more histrionic?
                  We are waiting impatiently for new episodes - well, new to us, anyway - of Derish Ertegrul and are hoping for a redemption season of Lucifer.
                  “A sinner can always repent, but stupid is forever.”
                  Billy Sunday

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                  • #84
                    Missed getting in on the beginning of Chernobyl. Hope to catch it On Demand.
                    WHAT IF THERE WERE NO HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS?

                    THE CHICKEN CROSSING THE ROAD WAS POULTRY IN MOTION

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by ~mj~ View Post
                      The Crimesof Grindlewald...at least I think that is the name. Just can't get into these last two movies. They lack that special magic of the HP films. So unmemorable I can't even recall the names. Depp is embarasing in them. Ugh.
                      Just saw this one myself. I kind of enjoyed the first one, it had a bit of the childlike magic to it, especially Eddie and his portrayal. But this, no, they lost it all, lost the chemistry between characters, lost and dribs or drabs of magic there might have been, and lost any further money they might have got from me. Depp at his worst and Law in a completely throw away role. I'm so done with the whole HP world.

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                      • #86
                        I have been introducing G to the Oceans 11 series. Love that movie...
                        Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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                          The Oceans movies are fun to watch.

                      • #87
                        Originally posted by Coolwater View Post
                        Chernobyl is as bad as you can imagine, just grim grim grim.
                        Finally got to see it in its entirety. Fascinating, gripping, and yes, very, very grim. And sadly true.

                        WHAT IF THERE WERE NO HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS?

                        THE CHICKEN CROSSING THE ROAD WAS POULTRY IN MOTION

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                        • #88
                          Watched My Man Godfrey last night, an old favorite...love William Powell...
                          Ye know why they`re on the internet don`t ye? `Cause ye wouldnae speak to them in the fecking pub! ~ Billy Connolley

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                          • #89
                            Checking out Alita Battle Angel for my first time. It's better than I expected. Probably the CG is helped by there being little attempt to make CG human faces.

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                            • #90
                              The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

                              A fairly decent comedic anthology film with some bits better than others. It opened with jestful absurdity, and concluded with introspective vagaries, as is often the case with Coen Brothers films, so it definitely feels like what you might expect from them. It actually kinda felt like a Canterbury Tales of the Old West.

                              It's not for everyone, but I liked it.

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