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I've seen all of the movies mentioned above, lol. These aren't exactly famous, but well known... somewhat.

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The Grandmaster Saw this earlier in the year, but it's available on iTunes now and will watch it again tonight. This movie defies categorization. It looks like an action movie, but it's more an

Glengarry Glen Ross trailer done in the style of Wolf of Wall Street

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On 2/3/2021 at 9:45 PM, boogielicious said:

Clockwork Orange was one of the worst movies I’ve ever sat through.

For me, that is What Dreams May Come.

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Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn), par. Not at all what I thought it was going to be, but in some ways better. In other ways… weirder. 🙂

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Up in the Air (2009), with George Clooney, Vera Farmiga, and Anna Kendrick.

I give it a par. I'd seen it before, but I didn't remember much. Maybe I watched it falling asleep one time or something. Good acting, low-key solid story. Interesting if unusual main guy (Ryan Bingham).

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Revolutionary Road, bogey.

I can't blame the acting. DiCaprio may be the best of his time. And I "get" what the idea was here, I think: to show a semi-ordinary life. But that's the thing - an ordinary life is boring, and I was bored by this movie. So much so that I turned it off 2/3 of the way through and read the rest of what happened on Wikipedia.

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On 2/15/2021 at 9:18 PM, Vinsk said:

Oh hell I just saw this! This is such a creative piece. Awesome!

Yeah, but Captain America ATE A BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Actually, I liked the movie a lot. 

I don't think it's quite the social commentary that people make it out to be. 

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4 hours ago, iacas said:

Revolutionary Road, bogey.

I can't blame the acting. DiCaprio may be the best of his time. And I "get" what the idea was here, I think: to show a semi-ordinary life. But that's the thing - an ordinary life is boring, and I was bored by this movie. So much so that I turned it off 2/3 of the way through and read the rest of what happened on Wikipedia.

It was also super freaking depressing.

On 2/22/2021 at 9:38 PM, iacas said:

Up in the Air (2009), with George Clooney, Vera Farmiga, and Anna Kendrick.

I give it a par. I'd seen it before, but I didn't remember much. Maybe I watched it falling asleep one time or something. Good acting, low-key solid story. Interesting if unusual main guy (Ryan Bingham).

I love Anna Kendrick, saying, I type with purpose, lol.

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ZS Justice League. If you have 4 hours, HBO Max and like comic book movies this will be a 20 foot birdie. I enjoyed what was presented. Far superior than the one released a few years ago. 

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On 3/21/2021 at 4:56 AM, jmanbooyaa said:

ZS Justice League. If you have 4 hours, HBO Max and like comic book movies this will be a 20 foot birdie. I enjoyed what was presented. Far superior than the one released a few years ago. 

  I had to split it up into two segments, but yeah, despite Snyders tendency for slo-mo I thought this was much better than the other version.  Cyborg probably gained the most from this cut. 

 

   Had a chance to watch Sunshine again for the first time in a long while.  Easy par from me. 

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The Courier, posted by Erik looks amazing.  I'm ready to watch it. 

ZS Justice League was significantly better than the other.   

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The 13th Warrior .  Birdie.  I haven't seen this one in a while.  It's a very solid flick for me.  It's just somewhat lacking in a certain something to make it a classic.  It's up there with Desperado as one of my favorite Antonio Banderas movies.  Plus, who doesn't love Vikings with English and Irish accents?

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Hoop Dreams - possibly the best sports documentary ever - and without question one of the greatest documentaries of all time. Albatross

The Staircase - expect to binge watch all 8 hours or whatever it is without leaving your seat. Incredible. Eagle

 

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