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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. dondavi

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    Was it better than Vincent Chase's one? :p
     

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    The Kickass, (Christian Bates) Batman, and Deadpool movies have been the only good super hero movies made recently. If you want to include graphic novels etc you could add John Wick and Guardians of the Galaxy. Just my opinion of course, but most DC and Marvel movies suck. Oh, forgot to add, the LEGO Batman movie was pretty good.
     

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    #31 BREWSTER’S MILLIONS (1985)

    After losing his job as a minor league pitcher, Monty Brewster learns he will inherit over three hundred million dollars — but only if he can spend thirty million in thirty days. There are some rules: he can’t donate the money, and he can’t purchase any goods. Directed by Walter Hill(!), this movie goes down pretty easy, but squanders an amazing supporting cast featuring John Candy, Rick Moranis and about a thousand 80s That Guys.

    Early Me: 6 Current Me: 5
     

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    Harold falcon Stylish Dinosaur

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    I love that movie. Vote “none of the above” was genius. Far from being wasted, Candy has some of the best lines in the film.

    Watched Netflix’s Bird Box. Not bad.

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    Monty Brewster: Gentlemen, do you think I'm a lowlife?

    Tailor: Oh no, Mr. Brewster. Not with these clothes.

     
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    Heard about this but even as a Formula One fan I had no interest in watching it - no idea why. I finally watched it tonight and found it excellent. Makes you really appreciate the team and their history. Had many details I never knew nor would have expected about Frank Williams and the family. I think even non-formula one (or racing) fans would find it compelling.
     

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    The movie starts kind of slow and the main character although sharp is sort of an asshole but the movie grows and adds to the intrigue with every scene. Great verbal 'fights' and the plot that on surface is rather predictable concludes amazingly. One of the best if not the best crime movie I have seen.

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    Second Dalton Bond and well the movie was an average Bond movie. Great Bond girls, v.good Timothy Dalton and Q cameo but overall a let down after Living Daylights. Shame Dalton made only two movies though.
     

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    I finally saw Birdbox. A lot of plot holes. Anyway 6/10.
     

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    Molly’s Game. Pretty enjoyable and based on a true story. Player X in real life is rumored to be Tobey McGuire. If so, he’s a real dick to people.
     

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    An absolute gem from Billy Wilder!
     

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    Rainy day yesterday. Watched this again.

    NYC during the 70's and a brilliant performance from Matthau and Robert Shaw!
    One of the best endings to a movie...ever!
     

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    Can't make this up:

    https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2019/01/23/us/23reuters-arizona-crime.html

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    Why is this in the movie you're watching section?
     

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    Apparently someone made a movie about something like that.

    Any time someone puts a random picture in a post you should google it. It's even built into chrome now.

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    It was the plot of a law and order episode.
     

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