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Splinty

Shake 'em off
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Totally Under Control
7/10

Free through election today so I'm linking the whole movie for those that want to get in before they charge to rent again:
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EJ2B8x8zSw


Done by the same guy that did Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief and Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine, this documentary goes behind the scenes of the USA pandemic response in 2020.
 

CMNHWishesHeWasVaccinated

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Jul 22, 2015
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Watched the new Borat movie last night. It was fine 6.75/10.
I'd call it a 6/10.

40 minutes in and I couldn't wait for it to be over. Had some really good laughs, but they were few and far between. It also felt a lot more like I was watching a movie where the acting was on par with 90's porn rather than actual people having their reactions caught on tape.
 

Hauler

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Feb 3, 2016
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Did a double feature last night

Romancing the Stone
Michael Douglas, Kathlene Turner, Danny Devito

Solid 8/10
Kathlene Turner was still a female back then and was looking pretty good. Movie was a good mix of action/comedy and wasn't too heavy on the romantic bullshit. Trivia: Super hot chick in opening scene while they played out one of Joan Wilder's novels was Playmate Kymberly Herrin. She was also the hot as balls ghost that gave Akroyd a hummer in Ghostbusters and one of the girls in ZZ Top's video "Legs"

Jewel of the Nile
Michael Douglas, Kathlene Turner, Danny Devito

2/10
A giant steaming pile of shit. Douglas and Turner must have fucked in real life because they lost the chemistry from the first film. Plus they tossed in a bunch of goofy 80s shit like African tribal folks having weird, hip sunglasses and boomboxes. A preposterous plot that isn't worth going into, and a ridiculous scene with Douglas driving a jet fighter around an African town and blowing shit up like "Space Invaders". Easily one of the worst fucking movies I've ever almost made it all the way through. Only bonus: There is a dance scene where the African tribe women are all topless. A couple of them had nice racks and I'm pretty sure it's the earliest version of twerking I've ever seen on film.
 

ShatsBassoon

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This was a great movie ruined by it's terrible ending. The studio must've went over the writers/directors head. The ending was a giant pile of shit.

Should've been a 9/10 but ending made it a 6.5/10
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Hauler

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It's a Wonderful Life

8/10
Great movie
Has fuck-all to do with Christmas. How this got labeled as a Christmas movie is beyond me.
 

Sex Chicken

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Sep 8, 2015
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Was a good movie but doesn't hold a candle to inside out or wall-e.
It's more of a movie for 30-59 year olds rather than children imo.
I haven’t seen Wall-E. I’ve seen Inside Out in about 100 bits and pieces when my daughter turns it on maybe it’s because I haven’t sat down and watched it all in one go, but I find the plot convoluted and I’m not really straight on the logic of the plot.

I agree that the larger message of Soul is suited to older audiences. My daughter liked the cat parts though.
 

ShatsBassoon

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I haven’t seen Wall-E. I’ve seen Inside Out in about 100 bits and pieces when my daughter turns it on maybe it’s because I haven’t sat down and watched it all in one go, but I find the plot convoluted and I’m not really straight on the logic of the plot.

I agree that the larger message of Soul is suited to older audiences. My daughter liked the cat parts though.
Similar premises. Where soul tackles purpose/fulfillment, inside out tackles feelings.

Everything is on disney+ when our young one goes down for a nap it's quiet time for the other, and we usually throw on a movie. Inside out and wall-e were on heavy rotation for awhile. Both are excellent. Now we've moved onto the cars and ice age series, which aren't as good imo.
 

Nuk Soo Kow

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7/10

I watched this classic with my 9year old son. It’s his first R movie and we both has some great father son bonding moments inspired through violence, adult language and tits. Next up with be some JCVS flix.
 

Sex Chicken

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Similar premises. Where soul tackles purpose/fulfillment, inside out tackles feelings.

Everything is on disney+ when our young one goes down for a nap it's quiet time for the other, and we usually throw on a movie. Inside out and wall-e were on heavy rotation for awhile. Both are excellent. Now we've moved onto the cars and ice age series, which aren't as good imo.
Have you seen the tv show “Bluey”? It’s the best kids show I’ve ever seen. It’s on Disney plus.
 

ShatsBassoon

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Have you seen the tv show “Bluey”? It’s the best kids show I’ve ever seen. It’s on Disney plus.
I'll have to check it out before I lose disney+
Cancelled it because it really doesn't offer enough, especially with the price increasing. Have a week or so left then I'm switching to prime video with stacktv
 

Sex Chicken

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I'll have to check it out before I lose disney+
Cancelled it because it really doesn't offer enough, especially with the price increasing. Have a week or so left then I'm switching to prime video with stacktv
It’s an Aussie show. It’s huge over there, bigger than The Wiggles. I found torrents of it a couple years ago, but Disney picked it up. It’s truly great.

I need to figure out my set up too. I’m just Netflix and torrents. I might pick your brain.
 

ShatsBassoon

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It’s an Aussie show. It’s huge over there, bigger than The Wiggles. I found torrents of it a couple years ago, but Disney picked it up. It’s truly great.

I need to figure out my set up too. I’m just Netflix and torrents. I might pick your brain.
I'm dropping disney plus and telus. Haven't decided if we're gonna keep netflix or not.
Amazon prime is $7-$8 a month and an extra $13 a month for stacked tv, which is a much better package than a basic $30 per month package through telus
 

ShatsBassoon

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End of Days 7/10

One of Arnies most underrated films.
Good supernatural thriller. Robin Tunney is a dime.