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    I plan to see Suicide Squad.
    It was shot here in Toronto. We were standing in line for a vegan pastry in Kensington Market and Jared Leto was right in front of me! He was wearing his Joker makeup! It was a cool encounter
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    I plan to see Suicide Squad.
    It was shot here in Toronto. We were standing in line for a vegan pastry in Kensington Market and Jared Leto was right in front of me! He was wearing his Joker makeup! It was a cool encounter
    Reviews are awful, it sounds like your encounter would be more exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Reviews are awful, it sounds like your encounter would be more exciting.
    Rotten tomatoes gave it a 26% poverty rating

    I think I'll skip it and see Sausage Party instead
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    Street Kings, wasn't bad. Good cast, predictable story but entertaining.

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    Brooklyn.

    I guess this would be considered more for the ladies, not sure, I haven't seen this type of movie in a while. Anyway I watched it and it was pretty good, I didn't plan to watch it but I was flipping thru the channels at 7:58 and saw it was on HBO so I thought I'd put an eyeball on it.
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    Valley Uprising.

    Documentary about the history of rock climbing in Yosemite, it was very good, highly recommended.

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    Pete's Dragon. Actually really good.

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    Ghostbusters 2016. A few funny moments, but it was bad...Like cringeworthy, lol.

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    I usually only watch movies from the late 60's through the early 80's. The Golden Age of American cinema.

    I just watched Gene Hackman and Al Pacino in Scarecrow (1973). A fine, moving "road/buddy" movie. Gene Hackman is one of the greatest actors of the late 20th century.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarecrow_(1973_film)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer View Post
    I usually only watch movies from the late 60's through the early 80's. The Golden Age of American cinema.

    I just watched Gene Hackman and Al Pacino in Scarecrow (1973). A fine, moving "road/buddy" movie. Gene Hackman is one of the greatest actors of the late 20th century.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scarecrow_(1973_film)
    Love Gene Hackman. The Conversation, The French Connection...awesome.
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    The Russian Woodpecker on Amazon. Pretty good as long as you're OK with subtitles.
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    Sausage Party was very funny. It was a food orgy. I loved it.
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    Easy Virtue (2008),UK
    Brilliant, sparkling, joyful and sad, passionate and exciting, sweet and sour, elegant, refined and superbly ungraceful at the same time: contrasting adjectives are very fit for this captivating movie

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    Finished Twister on Prime last night. Great cast, characters and acting made the movie. The twisters were nearly as relentless as Jaws and despite the nonsensical plot, it did a great job of "pursuing your passion" and finding someone you are passionate about. special effects were impressive, despite the wonder technology looking like a junkyard contraption from a 1950s weather experiment.

    being chased down by the F-5 that was audibly growling through a cornfield was an exciting culmination to their battle with the mysteries and strength if nature.

    It was an entertaining flick.


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    Id4 resurgence, omg it was pretty bad. I can't believe they waited 20 years to produce this crap.

    Xmen apocalypse, idk. I sure like Sansa as Jean.

    The nice guy, actually it was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Id4 resurgence, omg it was pretty bad. I can't believe they waited 20 years to produce this crap.

    Xmen apocalypse, idk. I sure like Sansa as Jean.

    The nice guy, actually it was good.
    I feel like I need to learn a foreign language to read this post.

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    Mad Max Fury Road. Surprisingly good in the moment, although thinking back on what I just saw, I'm wondering how it is I liked it. Anyway, worth a look.

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    Star Trek Beyond... remembering Nimoy in the film was nice.

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    The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials. wasn't nearly as good as the first one.

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    The Secret Life of Pets. It was okay, but I was expecting better. A little dark for the kiddies, too.
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    A friend went to go watch Independence Day 2 with his family and said it was a waste of his money. He said he rather goto the dentist and get a root canal before watching that movie again. That bad huh?

    I don't get out to the theaters much anymore and all the movies I watch are off Netflix or I buy them from Amazon Video or Vudu (which kind of sucks). The last movie I watched was Keanu. It was pretty funny and entertaining. Not a great movie but it will make you laugh.

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    The Boss, wife wanted to watch with me. Total chick flick...

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    BFG with family and friends and their kids. ate one and half buckets of popcorn with my son, thAt's all I remember about the movie.


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    The Thin Man (The Thin Man Movie Review & Film Summary (1934) | Roger Ebert). Even my 15-year-old daughter loved it! Great banter, and the interaction of the two leads is a joy to watch.
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    *No Country f.O.M.*

    Caught it on the Dish the other night. Totally dug it! Released in 2007, I can see where Breaking Bad was influenced...

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    APEX: Story of the HyperCar on Netflix.


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