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  1. #7981
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmac View Post
    That was a great movie. JT Walsh was fantastic. I don't think I have seen that since it came out, I might have to watch this again.
    Yeah, I hadn't seen it since right after it came out too. Randomly thought of it last night around 8pm, found a stream on Cinema HD, and went at it.

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    Nope 0/10 WTF did I just watch. That was a horrible waste of time with a dumb story and not that great of acting. I like the other stuff Peele does and expected more. Nope, just no, no, don't waste your time.

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    Where the Crawdads sing 7.5-8/10 Did not know anything going in but, well written, well acted, good story that keeps you into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herdapop View Post
    Nope 0/10 WTF did I just watch. That was a horrible waste of time with a dumb story and not that great of acting. I like the other stuff Peele does and expected more. Nope, just no, no, don't waste your time.

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    The menu - 8.5/10 pretty interesting premise. Pretty interesting satire thatís pretty dark as well.


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    Spin Me Round, 5.5/10

    Despite a solid cast and decent premise, this movie was legitimately bad (especially the final act and uninspired ending). Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, Tim Heidecker, and Zach Woods are definitely not enough to prop up the lame, half baked script which veers between comedy and mystery, generally failing hard at both.

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    Halloween Ends 3-3.5/10 boring, rushed, bad story, ok acting. I know it needed to end but blah..........

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    Weird: The Al Yankovic story 1-1.5/10 That was pretty dumb but looking who it is coming from.......... I would actually rather hear about his true life rather than that dumb movie.

  9. #7989
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmac View Post
    That was a great movie. JT Walsh was fantastic. I don't think I have seen that since it came out, I might have to watch this again.
    I totally get it's my age, and the whole "better back in my day", but the action/suspense stars of the 80-90s were the best. Kurt Russell obviously being one of them.

    If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    I totally get it's my age, and the whole "better back in my day", but the action/suspense stars of the 80-90s were the best. Kurt Russell obviously being one of them.
    I'm 33 and it's 90s by far to me. Tom Cruise is the only guy going right now that I consistently enjoy.

    Who's considered the biggest right now... The Rock? Meh.

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    Burnt 6.5-7/10 not into cooking but that was a pretty decent movie, good acting, decent story.

    The Platform 6.5-7/10 I liked the premise of it and kept me watching but the ending didn't do much for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by toovey107 View Post
    I'm 33 and it's 90s by far to me. Tom Cruise is the only guy going right now that I consistently enjoy.

    Who's considered the biggest right now... The Rock? Meh.
    I guess the Rock? Or maybe the Marvel movies and their characters?

    Sly, Arnold, Willis, Norris, Seagal, Van Damme, Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Snipes, Russell, Mel Gibson, Chow Yun-Fat, were all great. Hell even Swayze and Keanu into the 90s.

    Idk when action movies stopped being great, but you are right, Cruise is the only guy worth watching consistently now.

    If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    I guess the Rock? Or maybe the Marvel movies and their characters?

    Sly, Arnold, Willis, Norris, Seagal, Van Damme, Jet Li, Jackie Chan, Snipes, Russell, Mel Gibson, Chow Yun-Fat, were all great. Hell even Swayze and Keanu into the 90s.

    Idk when action movies stopped being great, but you are right, Cruise is the only guy worth watching consistently now.
    stathom/craig and keannu?

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    Keanu is just the John Wick series though. I do love them however.

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    Goon- 8.5/10

    Not sure how I never seen it but I loved it.

    Sean William Scott is great and just a fun premise (based on a true story) overall with a heart felt story.

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