What Movies Have You Seen Lately?

June 18th, 2019 at 12:57:57 AM permalink
Evenbob
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Are you F-ing kidding me? I got
goosebumps watching this
trailer. I had no idea. I've been
wanting this for 15 years.



Deadwood: The Series aired it's 36th a final episode on August 27, 2006. After several years of discussion and pre-production, Deadwood: The Movie began filming in October 2018. The film is set ten years after the end of the third season and premiered on HBO on May 31, 2019.
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June 23rd, 2019 at 5:29:38 PM permalink
ams288
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I saw Toy Story 4 (itís good, like all Pixar movies).

They showed the Downton Abbey trailer before it (a weird choice of trailer to show before a G rated kids movie). Even weirder when you realize the Downton trailer has two grown men kissing in it. Bet there were some uptight parents who didnít like that!
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June 23rd, 2019 at 7:58:41 PM permalink
Evenbob
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Quote: ams288
I saw Toy Story 4 (itís good, like all Pixar movies).

They showed the Downton Abbey trailer before it (a weird choice of trailer to show before a G rated kids movie). Even weirder when you realize the Downton trailer has two grown men kissing in it. Bet there were some uptight parents who didnít like that!


An epic summer with Deadwood and Downton
movies coming out. I'm sure I'll see them both
10 times when they come on DVD. Unlike the
horrible Sex In the City movies. The series
was so good and the movies were sooo bad.
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July 7th, 2019 at 12:01:54 PM permalink
Evenbob
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Finally got 'IT' on dvd and saw it last
night. This movie grossed $700M?
Good god, why. The 1990 TV version
was better. The movie was so lame
I kept looking at my watch. The
clown in the TV version was scary,
the clown in the movie was a joke.

It was just a bunch of scenes from
the book strung together. And
when they found the house where
IT lived, they all take off to go
there with no plan, no weapons,
and no real reason for going.

What follows in 20 min of CGI
crap, with them getting separated
and stuck in different rooms and
having IT screw with them. Stupid
beyond belief.

I was really disappointed in this
piece of crap, it was a Goonies/
Stand by Me meets Nightmare
on Elm Street snoozefest. The
first Polterqeist movie was scarier.

I went to IMDB and read a lot of
the reviews. They just trashed it,
they were pissed off too. And
there's a sequel for when they're
adults and go back to Derry. The
book, as usual, is 1000 times better
than the movie.
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July 7th, 2019 at 1:20:20 PM permalink
Wizard
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I saw Toy Story 4 a couple weeks ago. It is on par with the other ones. Something rarely true of sequels. I'd like to see it again. It goes very fast, with lots of interwoven story lines, and I struggled to keep up. The next viewing, I'll pay more attention to the characters, jokes, and details.
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July 7th, 2019 at 7:49:22 PM permalink
Pacomartin
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It looks like the Marvel Cinematic Universe has plenty of steam despite completing the FOUR Avenger's films. Spider Man will break $600 million in one week, which means it may be the 9th MCU film and the first not produced by Disney to break $1 billion.
July 7th, 2019 at 8:35:20 PM permalink
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Quote: Pacomartin
It looks like the Marvel Cinematic Universe has plenty of steam despite completing the FOUR Avenger's films. Spider Man will break $600 million in one week, which means it may be the 9th MCU film and the first not produced by Disney to break $1 billion.


I see Nflix pulled all it's Marvel series
because Disney owns the right and
is starting their own streaming
network later this year. I was
enjoying Jessica, and now poof,
it's gone.
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July 9th, 2019 at 3:08:31 PM permalink
Pacomartin
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I see Nflix pulled all it's Marvel series


Fortunately they are bringing Howard the Duck back.
July 27th, 2019 at 12:16:35 PM permalink
rxwine
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A direct to video movie which Nicolas Cage appears in for about a minute.

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July 27th, 2019 at 2:49:13 PM permalink
Pacomartin
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A direct to video movie which Nicolas Cage appears in for about a minute.


There were six well known actors who did uncredited cameos in that 1989 film which was a writing and directorial debut for a then 20 year old Adam Rifkin.
Nicolas Cage ... Man in Red Sports Car (uncredited)
Cary Elwes ... Tow Truck Driver (uncredited)
Emilio Estevez ... Tow Truck Driver (uncredited)
Gilbert Gottfried ... Lucky Larry Lupin (uncredited)
Judd Nelson ... Motorcycle cop (uncredited)
Charlie Sheen ... Thief (uncredited)