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  1. #6661
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Im guessing you're suppose to hate the white man and cheer on his demise? Sounds very original. Seriously tho, Ive heard the dude is a douche but also heard he coddled his needy lady and totally didn't deserve his fate given how they play the "cheating" scene.
    I mean, the movie is surreal and over the top. "Deserve" isn't something I'd litigate.

    I'll put it in spoilers because who knows?

    But ultimately, in many ways, it is a break up movie.



    Just watch the movie or stop worrying about it. I don't know which to recommend, like I said.

    Race is 100% not anything that Ari is examining in this film, so that's one less thing you have to worry about.
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    I'm good just asking qs


    for future reference. can u post that spoiler warning thing from the phone?

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    The Irishman, 7.5/10

    A much more cold and stoic look at mob life (and death). DeNiro was the lead but his performance was my least favorite of the big three. Pesci had a killer understated performance and Pacino had great energy. Very long flick at three and a half hours but kept my attention.

    "there's no scraps in my scrapbook"

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    Ford v Ferrari - 8/10

    One of my favorite movies of the year. Two and a half hours but didn't feel like it. Christian Bale deserves an Oscar nom. He was excellent. Matt Damon probably does as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    The Irishman, 7.5/10

    A much more cold and stoic look at mob life (and death). DeNiro was the lead but his performance was my least favorite of the big three. Pesci had a killer understated performance and Pacino had great energy. Very long flick at three and a half hours but kept my attention.
    where did you see it?
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    The Knicks were never this bad of a team. They always have been a 48-50 win team stuck in what was a 21-40 team's body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManRam View Post
    I have no idea I honestly am hesitant to recommend either film to anyone I know, let alone people whose tastes I know a lot less.

    I enjoyed the movie quite a bit but I definitely can understand how someone would find it to be an overlong bore...and the payoff not worth it. But it was unlike most anything I've seen, visually stunning and I'm always down for a good cult story. I don't think it's worth comparing to Hereditary all that much but you're probably fine skipping it if you still can't get that bad taste out of your mouth.
    Hereditary and Midsommar are probably both my favorite "horror" movies of the year that they were released. Both fantastic and unlike anything I've seen before. Like I believe you said earlier, I can't wait to see what Ari Aster does next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Elizabeth Banks thinks ur the reason her girl power movie flopped. ur also the reason that batgirl and supergirl shows are failing hard. I'm ok with girls in action movies so long as they dont need to degrade men or spread their SJW agendas. women should stand tall without that crap.
    Well, the reason they flop is action movie customers are men. Period. Men in general scoff at a tiny chick whipping ***. Sorry. Women are happy to support girl power action movies in general, but they aren't the ones that pay to watch action movies.

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    In random entertainment news, I heard a studio is interested in a script for a biopic on Harriet Tubman.

    And an executive in that studio thought/thinks Juila Roberts could play Harriet, because the average person "wont know the difference".

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Kobe24-TJ19- View Post
    where did you see it?
    Local theatre.

    "there's no scraps in my scrapbook"

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    Knives Out, 8.5/10

    New "who done it" kinda flick by Rian Johnson of The Last Jedi/Looper/Brick fame about a wealthy author found dead the night of his birthday party attended by mainly his closest family. Lots of well known actors playing the family. I didn't have super high expectations as none of Johnson's work has particularly interested me but this was very well done and easily his best work. Interesting plot that keeps you guessing with a decent touch of humor.

    "there's no scraps in my scrapbook"

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    Knives Out and The Irishman are on the list for me to see. I wish Irishman were near by so I could actually go see it in theaters but the only showtime that I have seen is in Ann Arbor which is ~an hour away. Ah well it hits Netflix soon.

    Angry Birds 1 & 2: Meh. The niece and nephew seemed to like them well enough so that's all that matters. It looks nice animation wise, especially in 4K, but as far as story, characters, and development go its mediocre. There are much better kids movies out there but its not for me either.

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    Knives Out was surprisingly great. Would def recommend it over The Irishman despite being way more of a Martin Scorcese fan than a Rian Johnson fan....and yeah, only one theater within 40 miles of me is showing The Irishman (which was a very well made film but in retrospect, I could have done without seeing it in the theater).

    "there's no scraps in my scrapbook"

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    The farewell boring/10


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    Mean Streets. 6.5/10 cool characters and dialog but seems to lack the story telling of a Goodfellas or Casino
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps08-09 Champ View Post
    My dick is named 'Ewing'.

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    Ford vs Ferrari was good.
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