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Michael Arndt
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Posted: 10 December 2019 at 8:54pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

KNIVES OUT: The wife and I enjoyed this. Wonderful cast. Well written. Very much recommended.
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Tim O Neill
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1917 - Sam Mendes' trench warfare film is so intense and
dramatic that it had me jumping out of my chair. I highly
recommend seeing this in IMAX for the full impact.



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Brian Rhodes
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Posted: 11 December 2019 at 12:08pm | IP Logged | 3 post reply

THE GOOD LIAR

People I went with thought it was boring. I found it riveting, partly because watching McKellan and Mirren was a delight. 
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Shaun Barry
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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

Dopey, messy and ill-conceived, but ultimately passable.  My son loved it.

On to the STAR WARS Forum!




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Wallace Sellars
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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER
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Peter Martin
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Knives Out. Excellent film.
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Tim O Neill
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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER - couldn't convince any of my family
on the east coast to see it with me, so I saw it in IMAX when I got back into
town. I loved it!

STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. (1928) - I saw this Buster Keaton classic at a New Year's
Eve screening at the Old Town Music Hall in El Segundo, CA - live
accompaniment on the Wurlitzer pipe organ. A fantastic way to revisit this
movie!

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Tim O Neill
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CORPUS CHRISTI (BOZE CIALO) - (2019) - This is Poland's submission for
Oscar consideration, so there was a screening down in Torrance last night. A
young man is released from juvenile detention and impersonates a priest in a
small town. I thought this film was excellent, with a lot to say about how
modern Catholicism cannot communicate or relate to real life and emotionally
challenging situations. The narrative relates directly to religion in Poland, but I
think it translates remarkably well through skillful writing, filmmaking and
performances.


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Tim O Neill
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FORD V FERRARI - I heard this was good, but I was honestly
shocked at just how much I enjoyed this. This is Mangold's
best, and I am a fan of his, particularly HEAVY, 310 TO
YUMA, KATE AND LEOPOLD, and LOGAN.

It's a return to Mangold's quiet ability to pull off
characters in simple yet emotionlly charged moments
combined with exciting race scenes. And you don't have to
know cars to understand what they are trying to achieve -
the tech stuff is explain ed so well it adds to the story.

Highly recommended!!


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Ronald Joseph
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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER.

I LOVED it! 

This was everything I'd wanted AVENGERS: ENDGAME to be...and then some. IMHO, this is how you end an epic saga! Holy shit. I was really impressed. Felt like a kid again.

 

 



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Brian Miller
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Iím of the exact opposite opinion.

So, the perfect way to end the Skywalker Saga is to turn it into the
Palpatine Saga?

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Ronald Joseph
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Iím of the exact opposite opinion.

And that's totally OK! 

So, the perfect way to end the Skywalker Saga is to turn it into the
Palpatine Saga?

Did I call it "perfect"? 
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