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IsabellaLinton
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31 Jan 2022, 12:24 am

No movies.

Just real life action.



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31 Jan 2022, 5:22 am

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No movies.

Just real life action.


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31 Jan 2022, 8:14 am

Parker
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Cellular
This one's pretty good.

Lots of Jason Statham films on TV recently.



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31 Jan 2022, 9:18 am

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Winter's Bone (2010)

Absolutely unforgettable, gritty story, hard to watch in places, like I don't particularly like to see women beaten up in films, but that came with the territory.

Exceptional casting too.
Five stars, seriously.

It is a good film


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31 Jan 2022, 9:22 am

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Field of dreams
A true classic


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Totally agree! It's one of my all time favorite movies.

I remember watching it with my father when I was a kid. My dad cried.


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31 Jan 2022, 4:00 pm

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What is your opinion?


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01 Feb 2022, 1:16 am

Flubber is a great movie with an actor that has lived through & ultimately died with/of depression. Very relatable.


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01 Feb 2022, 4:24 am

I don't watch much movies [or TV shows] anymore. I only watched stuff that interested me, but there's not much there anymore. I might watch something old now and again that I like. A Field in England still is the last movie I've seen (which I liked). Clean, Shaven before that, which I also liked.



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01 Feb 2022, 5:09 am

Dillogic wrote:
I don't watch much movies [or TV shows] anymore. I only watched stuff that interested me, but there's not much there anymore. I might watch something old now and again that I like. A Field in England still is the last movie I've seen (which I liked). Clean, Shaven before that, which I also liked.


This is how I am. I still enjoy some old favorites and I'm happy when something new (or at least new to me) catches my attention. Mostly, I find a lot of TV superficial. I never bought into the "Golden Age of TV" line. I see a lot of shows with good acting, great cinematography, and a desperation to milk every pop song in existence (and letting songs tell a part of the story they aren't good enough to tell themselves). As far as the writing and psychology, though, it's mostly brain dead to me.

And these days, shows are so desperate to show they're topical and in touch, but there's little nuance or insight. A lot of people seem to think we're in some cultural golden age, but it's hard to imagine most of this crap being remembered.

(Another pet peeve is the rise in improv sitcoms and movies. That's great when you can actually improvise, like the guys who made Spinal Tap. But, most of these shows and movies just have the same dimwitted, egotistical characters and nothing unique to say. I find the popularity of The Office (US version) and Parks and Rec mindblowing. They're the same f*****g show.)



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01 Feb 2022, 9:00 am

The Interpreter.
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01 Feb 2022, 9:26 pm

This movie is everything:


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01 Feb 2022, 10:41 pm

Antlers.

First rate horror movie. A teacher in an economically depressed Oregon town takes a special interest in a bullied student who comes from a dysfunctional home life, much like she had been raised in. She learns too late that his father is transforming into something terribly inhuman with a taste for human flesh.
Decent enough movie that I could almost overlook that Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest didn't believe in the Wendigo.


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02 Feb 2022, 1:24 am

Fight Club. Just like the protagonist, I'm a cynic/idealist (oxymoron) with a sleep disorder. But unlike the protagonist, (or his alter ego to be specific) I'm not a amateur street fighter, multiple personality disordered, terrorist cult leader.


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02 Feb 2022, 9:29 am

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This movie is everything:


I remember that episode.


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