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I'm surprised there's not a topic like this. Anyway... Moonrise Kingdom.

Finally saw Three Billboards this weekend. Excellent flick!   I have never seen Frances McDormand be any less than outstanding, in any role she assumes.

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On 10/24/2020 at 3:50 AM, BrilliantDisguise said:

Rebecca 2020

It was a just ok remake.  The cinematography was beautiful though.

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Ive never seen or heard of it before so i enjoyed it

I wondered if @soulcrusader78 has seen the original?

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Im watching Sully for the umpteenth time - its on TV

Its  my favourite NYC story 

I will cry at the end when all the real people are shown with the real crew

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25 minutes ago, janeymarywendy said:

You need to read the book. It's wonderful.

I got to get a library card ! 

 

 

I need to find the library ! 

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15 hours ago, Daisey Jeep said:

Im watching Sully for the umpteenth time - its on TV

Its  my favourite NYC story 

I will cry at the end when all the real people are shown with the real crew

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 Hey it was on tv here too last week - recorded it even though I've already seen it a couple of times. Great movie and what a story.

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5 hours ago, Perisic said:

How was it? Think I'm gonna watch the first one again before I check this one out.

I really enjoyed it. Haven’t seen the first one so I can’t make comparisons. Very topical, I’m not sure how well it will age, but right now it’s laugh out loud funny.

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On 10/25/2020 at 9:22 AM, janeymarywendy said:

You need to read the book. It's wonderful.

This made me LOL though.  :lol:

 

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The Trial of the Chicago 7. Like most Hollywood movies, it’s not entirely accurate but it’s still highly entertaining. It has a great cast and that trademark Sorkin dialogue. I found it to be extremely relevant to our current times despite being set 50 years ago. Probably the best movie I’ve seen this year, but that’s a low bar, considering this year has been pretty deprived for movies. If you have Netflix, it’s certainly worth a watch.

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The King Of Comedy (1982).

Been years since I saw this. It starts out with some very funny scenes early on, but is basically one of the most emotionally PAINFUL movies I've ever seen. I agree with Roger Ebert's review of it on IMDB, except I liked it a bit more than him, despite the pain.

And I LOVE Sandra Bernhard in it.

That's about it.

A very painful movie. No release.

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