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  1. #7096
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Dude, itís amazing! Scorcese directed the ****ing doc!!! It mixes the concert with tons of interviews and back stage banter. One of my all time favorite films/docs. Itís on Prime if you have that streaming service.
    I don't. Will have to try to find it another way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    I don't. Will have to try to find it another way.
    Spliff, my friend, I have no doubt you will find it somewhere in the infinite abyss that is the internet. Enjoy man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Spliff, my friend, I have no doubt you will find it somewhere in the infinite abyss that is the internet. Enjoy man!
    I am pretty damn good at this kind of stuff. Thanks for the rec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    I am pretty damn good at this kind of stuff. Thanks for the rec.
    Heed your namesake before watching. Or just in general...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroadwayJoe View Post
    Heed your namesake before watching. Or just in general...
    Don't gotta ask me twice (or even once for that matter).

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    Capone, 6/10

    Tom Hardy as a dying man with a loose grip on reality aka Al Capone in the last year of his life. Big fan of both him and Linda Cardellini who plays Capone's wife in this. Movie just doesn't have much going on story wise though. More of a look in to a monster's decaying mind than anything and they do a decent job with that.

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    Ready or Not - 6.5/10 it was somewhat entertaining.

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    The Wrong Missy-6/10.
    The chick who stars in it is pretty funny. Dumb movie but has plenty of laughs

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    The fault in our stars. 7/10. Nothing spectacular but a sweet, sad movie about teens with cancer


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    Uncut Gems: 8/10

    It might be the best Sandler's ever been. He probably should have been nominated, at least. Pretty intense from start to finish, with a crazy ending. I'm glad it's on Netflix now. I've been waiting a while to see it. I dig the Safdie Brothers style... this and Good Time are both very solid crime thrillers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DamnGoat View Post
    Uncut Gems: 8/10

    It might be the best Sandler's ever been. He probably should have been nominated, at least. Pretty intense from start to finish, with a crazy ending. I'm glad it's on Netflix now. I've been waiting a while to see it. I dig the Safdie Brothers style... this and Good Time are both very solid crime thrillers.
    Watched it last night with the wife... pretty much the same rating and review you left above. Glad I finally saw it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Ready or Not - 6.5/10 it was somewhat entertaining.
    watched it the same night you did and would give it the same rating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamnGoat View Post
    Uncut Gems: 8/10

    It might be the best Sandler's ever been. He probably should have been nominated, at least. Pretty intense from start to finish, with a crazy ending. I'm glad it's on Netflix now. I've been waiting a while to see it. I dig the Safdie Brothers style... this and Good Time are both very solid crime thrillers.
    I felt he should have been nominated as well, so in theaters and man was their tension through out the whole movie.

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    Gerald's Game: 7.5/10

    Good tense movie with a really brutal scene near the end. Unfortunately it fell into a trapping a lot of Stephen King's works do where the ending falls flat on it's face.

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    Underwater, 7.5/10

    Derivative sci-fi horror in the vein of Alien & The Abyss, starting Kristen Stewart and T.J. Miller. Pretty tense and entertaining throughout though. Better than it was reviewed by most I'd say. Takes place in some deep underwater drilling stations in 2050. I was interested by the trailer months ago but avoided it after all the poor reviews. Worth seeing though.

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