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16 Jan 2019, 12:15 pm

Twins
I liked it but I was sad because I was reading they were working on a sequel called Triplets. The third actor was going to be Roseanne Barr who at the time was in her prime. Now she is a joke. Ah what might have been.


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16 Jan 2019, 2:36 pm

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16 Jan 2019, 3:29 pm

I don't usually watch movies anymore but I've been doing that a bit recently. On Netflix I watched Final Girl, Pet and My Teacher, My Obsession and rewatched Final Destination 5. I enjoyed them all but Final Girl was a bit of a let down.



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16 Jan 2019, 4:17 pm

Halloween.

Going under the premise that the whole Halloween franchise never happened after the original movie, this has a paranoid and traumatized Laurie Strohd (not Michael's sister anymore) living in preparation for the day Michael Myers escapes again to finish the job. Well, he does escape, pitting a sixty something year old heroine against a sixty something year old psychopath.
Meh, I was expecting something better.


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17 Jan 2019, 7:31 am

I have seen Ah-ga-ssi or The Handmaiden. I found it to be intriguing quite from the beginning. In a positive way the movie never really seemed to be what I expected, I had no knowledge of it before I started watching it, and in the end I could only recognize that I was pretty charmed by the experience.


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17 Jan 2019, 10:38 am

True Grit.
I love the Coen Brothers.


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17 Jan 2019, 7:01 pm

The Wiz

Can you imagine? After all these years? Anyway, the flick was a flop back then (1978), surprising, since it starred the supremely popular Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Lena Horne and Richard Pryor.

I thought the songs and performances were okay. Maybe the movie came out at the time when "cheesy" musicals were out of favor and more realistic, gritty cinema was the norm. A remake with Drake, Beyonce, and who ever's popular these days might do well, though.



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17 Jan 2019, 8:49 pm

The Langoliers

been so long since I last saw this one, very nice to watch it again. One of King's best!


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18 Jan 2019, 10:26 am

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The Wiz

Can you imagine? After all these years? Anyway, the flick was a flop back then (1978), surprising, since it starred the supremely popular Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Lena Horne and Richard Pryor.

I thought the songs and performances were okay. Maybe the movie came out at the time when "cheesy" musicals were out of favor and more realistic, gritty cinema was the norm. A remake with Drake, Beyonce, and who ever's popular these days might do well, though.

I remember that one. One of our local high schools put on a The Wiz production.


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19 Jan 2019, 9:47 am

Vice.
I liked it a lot. A good history lesson.


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19 Jan 2019, 4:10 pm

Glass.

Superhero David Dunn (named the Overseer on the internet) rescues a group of cheerleaders from the prime multiple personality, the Beast, of Wendell Crumb, who had kidnapped said cheerleaders with the intent of murder, when they are both arrested by what are first taken to be police. Sent to a psychiatric hospital where Dunn's old nemesis Jeremiah Price, called Mr. Glass for his brittle bones, is held in a drug induced catatonic state, a psychiatrist attempts to convince them they are not really superheroes or super villains, but are only delusional. But what is the psychiatrist's real intentions? And what is the real intentions of mastermind super villain, Mr. Glass?
Highly recommended flick.


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20 Jan 2019, 8:56 am

Kraichgauer wrote:
Glass.

Superhero David Dunn (named the Overseer on the internet) rescues a group of cheerleaders from the prime multiple personality, the Beast, of Wendell Crumb, who had kidnapped said cheerleaders with the intent of murder, when they are both arrested by what are first taken to be police. Sent to a psychiatric hospital where Dunn's old nemesis Jeremiah Price, called Mr. Glass for his brittle bones, is held in a drug induced catatonic state, a psychiatrist attempts to convince them they are not really superheroes or super villains, but are only delusional. But what is the psychiatrist's real intentions? And what is the real intentions of mastermind super villain, Mr. Glass?
Highly recommended flick.

Good to know. I want to see it.


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20 Jan 2019, 2:10 pm

cecilfienkelstien wrote:
Kraichgauer wrote:
Glass.

Superhero David Dunn (named the Overseer on the internet) rescues a group of cheerleaders from the prime multiple personality, the Beast, of Wendell Crumb, who had kidnapped said cheerleaders with the intent of murder, when they are both arrested by what are first taken to be police. Sent to a psychiatric hospital where Dunn's old nemesis Jeremiah Price, called Mr. Glass for his brittle bones, is held in a drug induced catatonic state, a psychiatrist attempts to convince them they are not really superheroes or super villains, but are only delusional. But what is the psychiatrist's real intentions? And what is the real intentions of mastermind super villain, Mr. Glass?
Highly recommended flick.

Good to know. I want to see it.


I think you'll enjoy it.


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20 Jan 2019, 3:38 pm

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KyleTheGhost wrote:
State of the Union


What is your opinion, Brother Kyle?


Good. Issues discussed in it are still relevant today.


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20 Jan 2019, 3:39 pm

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Halloween.

Going under the premise that the whole Halloween franchise never happened after the original movie, this has a paranoid and traumatized Laurie Strohd (not Michael's sister anymore) living in preparation for the day Michael Myers escapes again to finish the job. Well, he does escape, pitting a sixty something year old heroine against a sixty something year old psychopath.
Meh, I was expecting something better.


Maybe, but still better than other sequels. I just saw it.


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