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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I beg your pardon???

    Have you never shed a tear when you lost somebody close to you?
    Nope! I man up and do the right thing... I get drunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Nope! I man up and do the right thing... I get drunk.
    I see. Drown your sorrows in your drink. I've been like that before, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Nope! I man up and do the right thing... I get drunk.
    It's ok to cry when you're drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    We saw "A dog's purpose" the other night. Some funny things in it and some tear-jerker moments.
    There was a lot of flack over how they pushed the dog into the water. I haven't seen it yet.

    So I'm in the mood to watch a movie, what does everyone recommend? Most movies I watch I am thoroughly disappointed with, I feel they should be paying ME to watch them not the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    There was a lot of flack over how they pushed the dog into the water. I haven't seen it yet.

    So I'm in the mood to watch a movie, what does everyone recommend? Most movies I watch I am thoroughly disappointed with, I feel they should be paying ME to watch them not the other way around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    Most movies I watch I am thoroughly disappointed with, I feel they should be paying ME to watch them not the other way around.
    Maybe you're just not a movie person? My suggestion is that you retire from going to the movies and play it safe by surfing the TV channels at home so that you can bail out any time you see something that you are disappointed with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    There was a lot of flack over how they pushed the dog into the water. I haven't seen it yet.
    A dog's purpose was really good. The way the news made it out was that there would be peta protesters marching up and down the isles, it was just the opposite, packed house and most clapped at the end which rarely happens these days.

    I recommend NOT watching it though if you have recently lost a pet like we did, blubbering messes we were. My bandana got a workout!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EugeneTheJeep View Post
    A dog's purpose was really good. The way the news made it out was that there would be peta protesters marching up and down the isles, it was just the opposite, packed house and most clapped at the end which rarely happens these days.

    I recommend NOT watching it though if you have recently lost a pet like we did, blubbering messes we were. My bandana got a workout!
    That's exactly how the audience reacted at the end when I saw it, too.

    And I was saddened because it reminded me of our beloved rabbit who we had to put down this past Summer. I heard people sobbing during those sad scenes of the movie.

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    XXX Return of Xander Cage: ridiculous and fun, just like the original.

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    The Big Short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I see. Drown your sorrows in your drink. I've been like that before, too.
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    Currently watching Conan the barbarian. Epic classic scifi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I see. Drown your sorrows in your drink. I've been like that before, too.
    It can be tough, recovering from a Chocolate Milk OD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Currently watching Conan the barbarian. Epic classic scifi!
    Sold! I'll try to squeeze it in 2nite after I take my dog for a walkies.

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    La La Land
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    The accountant.

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    Hidden Figures.
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    Keanu, it was hilarious.

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    john wick 2 was quite entertaining.
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    I caught "The Proposal" last night and laughed my arse off. Having had a crush on Sandra Bullock for the last 20 years certainly helped it I'm sure.


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    'it's like an easter egg hunt'...LMAO but yes my eyes also enjoy seeing her.
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    Jurassic World.

    And I liked it, especially all the throw backs to Jurassic Park.
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    "The Finest Hours" It was really good.
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    Hell boy. And fantastic beasts and where to find them.

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    I'm a fan of the whole Harry Potter franchise and finally got to watch Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them. It was surprisingly entertaining.

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    going in style = good laughs.
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    We recently saw this:
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    Just watched Underworld: Blood Wars last night. It wasn't bad. Definitely not as bad as the last one (Awakening). The main reason I even got into that franchise was Kate Beckinsale in a tight leather suit.

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    Guardians of the Galaxy 2. It was entertaining, lots of action, stuff blowing up, and funny.
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    Watched Gold within the past week. A rider buddy mentioned it and it sounded interesting.

    Anything based/inspired by true events perks my interest and I'm not one to go nitpicking about how true something is. Most of them are spiced up a little bit anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy 2. It was entertaining, lots of action, stuff blowing up, and funny.
    Me too, AAAAHH, MY NIPPLES!!!
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    GOLD... entertaining but slow at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    GOLD... entertaining but slow at times.
    Agree.

    I have some down time once in a while so my threshold for movies is a bit loose.
    The guy that told me about it didn't mention the lead actors so I was thinking it was a lower tier production.

    I watch a lot of things these days like chapters in a book and not always a movie in one sitting. Might break it up into 2 or 3 segments over a day or three.
    I'm good at breaking things up.... like now;
    Some of the vacuuming done, some of the grass cut and a list of other things to get done in fractional proportions.

    Hell- I'm not even good at the maths.
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    Although I've seen this one numerous times. I happened upon it again tonight and forgot how funny but also how gruesome it was. Still a great watch.

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    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Although I've seen this one numerous times. I happened upon it again tonight and forgot how funny but also how gruesome it was. Still a great watch.

    Fargo
    The Fargo TV show spinoff is a good watch too. Recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladmo View Post
    The Fargo TV show spinoff is a good watch too. Recommended.
    I heard about that but I didn't know it was out yet. What network is it playing on?
    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Alien Covenant. If people are that stupid in the future, we are all in trouble. Stupid movie of stupid people who I was hoping would all die. Man, movies are bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I heard about that but I didn't know it was out yet. What network is it playing on?
    FX, streaming on Hulu.

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    We just watched 'the town'. Saw it in the theater when it first came out but I forgot what happened. Damn good movie.
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    "Logan"
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    - Wild Oats - with my wife yesterday.
    She is always a fan of comedy/drama.
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    Baby Driver

    Fantastic action; fantastic sound track; fantastic movie

    Best movie I've seen this year
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    The arrival, was very good

    Wonder women, was awesome
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    Just watched " No Country for Old Men" last night.
    Sweet baby Jesus on fire, I'ma need a damn lawyer and a miracle to pull my ass out of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUP-TON View Post
    Just watched " No Country for Old Men" last night.
    A bizarre one that was, aye?
    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Dr strange. Love it. Maybe that is what happens when we open up our third eye 👁*🗨

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    Been so long since I went to the movies I cannot even remember what it was! At least a couple months, but at my age yesterday is a haze. I'll try and remember to post as soon as I see something... or I may forget. There's nothing on right now that tickles my fancy. Superheroes are not my bag, transformers are a bit silly, and the rest leave me cold... What's Baby Driver about 'Licious?
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    I just looked up Baby Driver and saw Kevin Spacey is in it. I do not like Kevin Spacey.
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    The Great Wall, Logan, wtf.

    Wonder Woman, well I liked it.

    Trolls, pretty awesome.

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    What is going on Mimi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I just looked up Baby Driver and saw Kevin Spacey is in it. I do not like Kevin Spacey.
    That's a shame rocker. Spacey plays a key role in the movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    I just looked up Baby Driver and saw Kevin Spacey is in it. I do not like Kevin Spacey.
    What, no love for the Spacey?
    Seven? Usual Suspects? Where is your head man?
    Sweet baby Jesus on fire, I'ma need a damn lawyer and a miracle to pull my ass out of this.

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    Patton again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUP-TON View Post
    What, no love for the Spacey?
    Seven? Usual Suspects? Where is your head man?
    Pay it forward, American beauty, k-pax, la confidential
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    What is going on Mimi?
    Hey hey hey. What's zup? Meat.


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    Busy busy

    Trying to squeeze in my miles when I can.

    Feels like I haven't seen you round much
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    Quote Originally Posted by theMeat View Post
    Busy busy

    Trying to squeeze in my miles when I can.

    Feels like I haven't seen you round here much
    Yeah I haven't been around. I play golf 3-5 times a week. Getting my game ready for my daughter. Tomorrow we are going to do a ride and she gets to ride in a Sidecarrier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Yeah I haven't been around. I play golf 3-5 times a week. Getting my game ready for my daughter. Tomorrow we are going to do a ride and she gets to ride in a Sidecarrier.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Dude, I'm in Illinois. The only place anyone would come from that would say this area is hilly is Kansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Yeah I haven't been around. I play golf 3-5 times a week. Getting my game ready for my daughter. Tomorrow we are going to do a ride and she gets to ride in a Sidecarrier.


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    ^ welcome back mimi
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    Going to see wonder woman 👩 happy independence day

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUP-TON View Post
    What, no love for the Spacey?
    Seven? Usual Suspects? Where is your head man?
    Nope, nope and re-nope... I just cannot get over the man. He is a good actor, but I have a block when it comes to having to watch him. Might have something to do with my wife knowing him and disliking him intensely too. She worked in LaLa Land for a while there...
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    We saw 'The House' with will ferrell and amy poehler. It got terrible reviews so we were kinda like, let's go see how bad this really is.

    The first five minutes we were LOLing, if only the rest of the movie was 1/4 as funny as that...but sadly no.
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    Over the past few days:

    Ant Man-Good combination of action, humor, and plot line, it was entertaining. I enjoyed Michael Douglas as a "grumpy" "good guy"

    Hidden Figures- Great movie. My favorite parts were the engineer before the judge, the hallway meetings between the lead computer and the project heads about being included and kept in the loop, and the very brief scene where John Glenn is with his selected artist (who is female wearing a head covering) painting the Friendship 7 in front of media. Observation: the lead character has lived a vvery long and productive life, even being remarried for 50+ years. What a unexpected group of heroes!




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    Loved Wonder Woman, great film. I hope the DC Universe can follow that example and buck up.

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    Watched "Sausage Party" last night. I thought it was a kids animated show, Nope!
    Sweet baby Jesus on fire, I'ma need a damn lawyer and a miracle to pull my ass out of this.

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    Finally saw La La Land which I've been wanting to see for a long time...it wasn't what I thought it was gonna be.
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    Baby Driver - excellent
    It comes at night - fairly decent
    Get Out - good
    Despicable Me 3 - pretty good

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    Watched Fast and Furious 8 over this last weekend. Definitely a fan of the franchise, but thought it would be get stale without Paul Walker, but this one was actually my favorite and maybe the best one in its franchise. There were somethings that I didn't like. I like some sort of realism in my movies, unless is a science fiction, Harry Potter type flick or a horror story. When it comes to action films, the realism really sells it. I remember watching the Transporter 2 when the bomb was under his car and he did some sort of spinning jump towards a crane that hooked the bomb off. That ruined that entire movie for me. (Spoiler) So my only gripe about F8, is that a submarine was able to keep up with them. The fastest submarine only goes 52mph while they usually go around 46mph and I'm sure they were driving faster than 40mph on the ice. Even with that, it was still one of the best scenes in the movie and maybe for the entire franchise. Its XXX meets Fast and Furious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
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    Yes it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGweed View Post
    We saw 'The House' with will ferrell and amy poehler. It got terrible reviews so we were kinda like, let's go see how bad this really is.

    The first five minutes we were LOLing, if only the rest of the movie was 1/4 as funny as that...but sadly no.

    I can not watch a movie with Will Ferrell in it. He annoys the hell out of me. Not funny at all, just loud and annoying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Yes it was.
    Watched this last night with my wife and I found it up and down. Mostly down. Story was good but the editing and way the story was told was patchy at best. Also, after the Nazis left, and the people left all grouped in the ruins of the zoo and seemed to be starting some kind of idyllic existence with no worries, when in real life the Russkis were there then and not a lot better than the Krauts had been. And I want to know what happened to the skunk! They never told us that!!!
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    4th of July sales, I bought a few movies on my iTunes.

    Life. I don't know. I want to like it but it's so lame.

    Hacksaw ridge: what a great movie. I realized at the end almost the whole cast are not Americans, whaaat?

    Hidden figures- well made. I enjoyed it. Great cast.





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    Watched Keeping Up With the Jonses the other night with my wife, good for a quick laugh, forgettable movie though.


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    Okja, strange but good.
    Cameo by Okja's voice actor. It's a lady in wheelchair in the mall chase scene.
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    Watch GOT Sunday night almost TU during Sam's montage.


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