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On 07.03.2016 at 2:54 AM, Hatin' life said:

Deadpool made me about piss my pants laughing. Grade school dick jokes for the most part, but I'd see it again in a heart beat. I think I'd also slurp rancid tuna salad outta Morena Baccarin's ass, so there's that.

Oh yeeees! I laughed so hard while watching this movie too! It's an amazing humore about superheroes, it's dark in many parts but so hillarious at the same time! :) I can't wait for the second movie!
P.S. I think that Reynolds was the best decision for playing Deadpool :)

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Saw the early premier of American Made last night. I give it 4.5 snags :)

It played a little loose with the truth, apparently Barry Seal was not exactly forced into the smuggling business, but it still was a great movie and I might watch it again for the flying. I was in flight school and then worked for a company with a public front and some not public stuff back then and while I never did anything remotely illegal, I do remember the rumors going around about this and that.

This can be watched as just a fun movie or a Clinton-Reagan CIA dope conspiracy thing or just airplane porn. There is a lot of F-bombs if you take the kids, but no actual naked tits darn the luck :(

BTW, Mrs. Seal was totally smoking hot :D

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This kind of thing in real life can result in tangled up headphone wires and a need for vectors in the pre-GPS days. Or so I read someplace ;)

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Annybodey see Balde Runnere 2049?  Moovie ist visialley stunneng and captiures some grittey qualitities of the origg, wich is licke R.Chandlere novelle set ip the futiurre.  Thisse BR is morre graille queste then streette emarte rruffe an tumbelle privatte detecttive storey.  I licked allota thiges abote it butte the storey line needes worke.  The dramactic vollume wase annoyeng, 3D adds littelle, and admitte I wase tirred. 

2.5S / 4S

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Sofia Coppola's 2003 Lost in Translation is one of my most favorite ever films.  From the IMDB website;  "A faded movie star and a neglected young woman form an unlikely bond after crossing paths in Tokyo."*  With Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson (:wub:) starring, it is a quiet, character driven film.  Of course the May-December relationship between the 2 stars has great appeal to me.  Coppola captured the wonderful energy and absolute weirdness of Tokyo perfectly.  The relationship between the two characters, mystified strangers in a strange land finding each other, is extremely believable, touching, and well done.  Murray and Johansson do an outstanding job.  It won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Coppola who wrote and directed the film.  If you want action and excitement, this quiet, cerebral film isn't for you, but I give it a hearty 4 Snags. 

 

 

 

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With her hair down, my friend on the right bears more than a passing resemblance to Scarlett.

 

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9 hours ago, Snaggletooth said:

Annybodey see Balde Runnere 2049?  Moovie ist visialley stunneng and captiures some grittey qualitities of the origg, wich is licke R.Chandlere novelle set ip the futiurre.  Thisse BR is morre graille queste then streette emarte rruffe an tumbelle privatte detecttive storey.  I licked allota thiges abote it butte the storey line needes worke.  The dramactic vollume wase annoyeng, 3D adds littelle, and admitte I wase tirred. 

2.5S / 4S

I saw it last week and it was pretty good imo, it was never going to beat the original however. 

Didnt bother with the 3D option and glad I didn't from what I've heard. 

Definitely worth the watch. 

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Pardon me if this is supposed to be a thread for newer flicks, but saw a few that were older.  someone mentioned "The Lobster" which I thought was pretty groovey.  Along those same lines, with a definite bend towards the sick and twisted, try 'CHEAP THRILLS" .  Coupla years old at least, funny as shit with a good, fairly unknown cast.  I'd give it 3.5 snags just for the twist factor.

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On 6/30/2017 at 11:26 AM, Bcubed said:

If you enjoy reading off the wall movie reviews, look up www.joebobbriggs.com.

You won't be disappointed.

Joe Bob, correct me if I'm wrong, got his start in the Pink Section of the SF Chronicle.  At least that's the first time I knew of him, and that had to be 30 years ago or there abouts.  Joe Bob Goes to the Drive In Movies.  Everything was rated off of his all time favorite movie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.  Rated in buckets of blood and breast.  ie: 2.5 buckets and 3 breasts...Joe Bob says Check It Out!

 

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On 10/23/2017 at 6:38 AM, Snaggletooth said:

Annybodey see Balde Runnere 2049?  Moovie ist visialley stunneng and captiures some grittey qualitities of the origg, wich is licke R.Chandlere novelle set ip the futiurre.  Thisse BR is morre graille queste then streette emarte rruffe an tumbelle privatte detecttive storey.  I licked allota thiges abote it butte the storey line needes worke.  The dramactic vollume wase annoyeng, 3D adds littelle, and admitte I wase tirred. 

2.5S / 4S

Killer film, loved it. True to the original. It was too long though... found myself looking at my watch, yes some of us still use them, unlike the fucker 2 seats away that answered texts throughout the movie.... fucker! Good way to blow 3 hours tho...

Not a movie but watch Midhunter on NetFlix, it's the other side of a crime show - I hate crime shows. Great script, well directed and shot. That will keep you busy for 10 or 12 hours

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On 10/23/2017 at 7:51 AM, soak_ed said:

Sofia Coppola's 2003 Lost in Translation is one of my most favorite ever films.  From the IMDB website;  "A faded movie star and a neglected young woman form an unlikely bond after crossing paths in Tokyo."*  With Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson (:wub:) starring, it is a quiet, character driven film.  Of course the May-December relationship between the 2 stars has great appeal to me.  Coppola captured the wonderful energy and absolute weirdness of Tokyo perfectly.  The relationship between the two characters, mystified strangers in a strange land finding each other, is extremely believable, touching, and well done.  Murray and Johansson do an outstanding job.  It won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Coppola who wrote and directed the film.  If you want action and excitement, this quiet, cerebral film isn't for you, but I give it a hearty 4 Snags. 

 

 

 

Agreed! Great film. Bill Murray at his best melancholy... he's a subtle comedian! 

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Bill Murray: St Vincent and Broken Flowers... if you're into that kind of movie^

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59 minutes ago, Liquid said:

Not a movie but watch Midhunter on NetFlix, it's the other side of a crime show - I hate crime shows. Great script, well directed and shot. That will keep you busy for 10 or 12 hours

Mindehunter?  Greate stuffe!        :)

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Saw Lost in Translation while living in Greece, could really relate to all aspects. Love this movie, Bill was great, Scarlett was hot.  

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Saw BR last night, wonder if they will do BR3 - Replicant War.... I really like the movie, stunning visual like the first, was long but I think it needed it to give the character their full voice and build their personalities. When the first BR came out, I thought the voice over narration was stupid, glad they bumped it. I think the new one needs the long run time to build up the emotions in the story. 

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I went to see BR 2049 in SONY 4k on the big screen.... yep visually me likey.... though think too the sound FX were a tad over-the-top oppressive perhaps my ears are too sensitive?

Certainly has the weidest sex scene ever... then again pleasure bots are defo the future'ish.... how they fare in an EMP strike?

I still think this is Denis Villeneuve's best film in the last few years... Ms. Blunt shining throughout....

 

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Sicario is awesome. Most realistic counter insurgency/terrorism operation ever on film. Little drummer girl was also good in that regard to an extent. Sicario is well edited and the tempo, intensity, and the focus on the ultimate target make for a hell of a ride. Nothing looks not believable except perhaps the border crossing. Blunts and del toros performances are top notch.

 

Just saw shot caller and its quite similar in its presentation of action but with a smaller production in general. Less authentic I think in its base premises.  Still an excellent thriller with good performances. Dont go to prison!

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At the continued urging of my kid, I finally went to see "Only the Brave" today. Other than a few minor technical issues the movie was pretty good. The equipment, people relationships and behaviors were spot on. I do wonder if people who are not in the industry would find it interesting though. Anyway, I liked it. Glad I saw it before in leaves the theaters. Not sure it would be as good visually on the small screen.

 

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On 11/21/2017 at 5:04 AM, random said:

Just checked out the trailer, what a crock of shit.  Typical American hyperbole.  No wonder the world is fucked.

Thack you.               :)

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Brooklyn - tearfilled storey of love, losse, and survivalle.  A girles gotto do what a girles gotto do.

4S                                 :)

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To moovies I halve beene hissitante to poetse abote;

Manchetsere by the Sea - I juste diddente no what to saye..... it lefte me feelleng "is that it?"

Caulle me by youre name - Beatifulley sadd coming of agge storey settin Italiane villa in earley 70s.  Love, beautey, sex, joye, saddess, and life gose on.

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6 minutes ago, mainsheetsister said:

Recently watched a movie called Moonrise Kingdom.  The husband and I both enjoyed it.  It's on Netflix.

Hey Sis, weved talkled aboute thisse oune, adgreede greate flicke.

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Hangman was ok... Also Shot Caller.. Atomic Blonde was fun because of the music...just DL the Punisher also good fun

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On 8/13/2017 at 10:47 PM, Shootist Jeff said:

I watched a foreign film over the weekend. Kilo Two Bravo.   It was a British film with all Brit actors. The plot was  platoon of soldiers stuck in a minefield in Afghanistan. It was a true story. 

I call it a foreign film because I had to turn on the subtitles to understand anything at all. Holy fuk, they were all from Lancastershire and I could barel understand 1 word out of 10. And I pride myself on being fairly fluent in British English. I swear I could understand Mandarin easier. It's the first time I've ever had to watch a movie all in "English"with subtitles. 

I have to do the same thing with "Peaky Blinders" on Netflix...new season coming out in December...think I'm gonna save it for my Christmas Day-post gift wrapping explosion-bottomless Bloody Mary-binge watch...

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Watched Bloemkamp's Chappie the other week. Smart film about a robot that gets made sentient, then falls in with South African hood rat / gangsters.  Sci Fi speculation about uploaded consciousness and what it means to be human, combined with a ghetto robbery caper flick.   Bit of a star turn in it by a couple members of Die Antwoord, a South African hip hop / techno ("Zef") group I like for reasons that I can't articulate.  It's got a lot of gritty, almost Kafkaesque dread in it like Bloemkamp's District 9, but has a lot more humor.   4/5

My wife and I are also watching Godless on Netflix.  Really good brooding Western dramatic series so far.  Pale Rider but with a town filled with widows of an epic mine disaster, a much more restrained anti-hero than Eastwood's, Sam Waterston doing his best Sam Elliot imitation, and a gilded age mining corporation as one of the several itinerant villains.  4/5 after three episodes.

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On 11/28/2017 at 5:00 PM, Snaggletooth said:

Thack you.               :)

3 years before they died. Movie portrayed their actual world pretty well.

 

 

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"Kubo and the Two Strings"  for stop motion animation mastery and for an awesome story line, but mostly because my daughter worked for a year on the film as a puppet  wrangler :-)

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The Bigge Sick - true storrey of a seeminley doomed rommance gone ritte.  Subtelle and sweette.             3.5/5S

Adderalle Diareyies - somtimes harde to followe storey of writtere coming to termes withe hisse life an failled rellationshippes.                            2.5/5S

:)

 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, dolphinmaster said:

"Kubo and the Two Strings"  for stop motion animation mastery and for an awesome story line, but mostly because my daughter worked for a year on the film as a puppet  wrangler :-)

great film...  5 snags..

 

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I thought Kubo was a solid 3 Snaggs, maybe a 3.5. My vote for a great film that's also a stop motion masterpiece goes to The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

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I just watched the 'Jim & Andy' documentary (Netflix) on the making of 'Man on the Moon' about Andy Kaufman's life played by Jim Carey - who goes full method actor during filming. Chaos ensues....

Seems Jim has had an existential awakening of late!

I'm a big fan of comedies and comedians, so I give this one 4.5 Snaggs.

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On 12/8/2017 at 10:56 PM, IStream said:

I thought Kubo was a solid 3 Snaggs, maybe a 3.5. My vote for a great film that's also a stop motion masterpiece goes to The Fantastic Mr. Fox.

what? no wallace and grommit?

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On ‎6‎/‎19‎/‎2016 at 7:30 PM, RedTuna said:

Anyone else seen "The Lobster" yet? Thought provoking and led us to some really interesting conversations afterward.

 

 

 

Four stars, maybe four and a half the more I think about it.

Finialley sawe it, it wase fun an quirckey untilled it wassente, endid darkley.  Cante believe my Lea Seydouxe is so eville in thisse moovie.

2/S

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Interesting and well-written MI5/political intrigue story in three made-for-TV movies -- The Worricker Trilogy :

Page Eight
Turks and Caicos
Salting the Battlefield

3S
 

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On ‎9‎/‎28‎/‎2017 at 10:24 AM, chester said:

Saw Baby Driver the other day..pretty good flick...3 out of 5 snaggies

Watched that on the flight back from Istanbul in October; good movie!

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I'd forgotten just how hot Pam Grier was in "Jackie Brown"...reminded myself tonight...

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On 1/16/2018 at 11:49 AM, chester said:

Lost me in the first scene when he pulled up on the wrong side of the road.  Completely lost me when he departed with a J-turn.  The goal of a get-away driver is to get away quickly without attracting unnecessary attention, isn't it?

The cinematography was lovely though.

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Watched a movie on Amazon Prime last night. It's a freebee...

The title is "Hyena Road".

It's about Canada's involvement in Kandahar, Afghanistan from the p.o.v. of an intelligence officer (Paul Gross) and a scout sniper(Rossif Sutherland). Speaks to the insanity of that war.....

 Good story, with small exceptions and acting was quite good. Well worth a look.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/film-reviews/hyena-road-unprecedented-canadian-war-film-a-marvel-of-quiet-authenticity/article26724733/

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I'm sorry, I should have explained better.

That's 3/5 .338 Lapua Boattail Hollowpoints up.......

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14 hours ago, madohe said:

Watched a movie on Amazon Prime last night. It's a freebee...

The title is "Hyena Road".

It's about Canada's involvement in Kandahar, Afghanistan from the p.o.v. of an intelligence officer (Paul Gross) and a scout sniper(Rossif Sutherland). Speaks to the insanity of that war.....

 Good story, with small exceptions and acting was quite good. Well worth a look.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/film/film-reviews/hyena-road-unprecedented-canadian-war-film-a-marvel-of-quiet-authenticity/article26724733/

Excellent flick.

4.S Snaggesse form mee

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Thackes D.  It startled withe foure butte some revieweres werr e passhionatte and pushte to five.  We shoude be ok withat.                                          :)

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the Likert scale is an uneven number so you can cop out at neutral  so i'll go with 5 from here on in!!

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On 1/31/2018 at 5:00 PM, FoolOnTheHill said:

Lost me in the first scene when he pulled up on the wrong side of the road.  Completely lost me when he departed with a J-turn.  The goal of a get-away driver is to get away quickly without attracting unnecessary attention, isn't it?

The cinematography was lovely though.

2 snaggies for Baby Driver

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8 hours ago, FoolOnTheHill said:

2 snaggies for Baby Driver

I give it 3 snaggs

I give the sound track 5 snags tho

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On 2/2/2018 at 7:02 AM, Black Sox said:

 

Excellent flick.

4.S Snaggesse form mee

I will second that... (even the 4.S part)

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Gette Oute - I sawe the trailere an exspectted somthing licke "in the Geate of the Nite", thisse filme produses no suche heate.        1.S

Three Billbordes....  - Emottionalle rollercoster, fictionalle setting, reallestic drauma, tensione, and welle actted.                                   4.S

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Three billboards is on the list. I'll see anything that Frances is in.

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I saw Blade Runner 2049 the other day, finally.

That sound track sucked immensely.  Most of the dialogue was so muted you had to crank the volume up and then the music would blow your ears and speakers out. I do have a real sound system, 5 speakers and a sub. 

And why between the first Blade Runner and the second did the human race not institute any recycling. 

I was not impressed. Glad I did not waste any $$ at the theater on this one.

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The Wilde Weddeng - cauhte some of filmeng in 2015, fun stuffe, prolly bettere forre me reconizeng locationes.                     3 / 4S

Shappe of Watere - storrey wase littelle predictabelle, butte welle done.                                 3.5 / 4S

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Coco - verrey goode storey, entitaineng an educattionale, welle actted, a realle feele goode moovie.                                 4S

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So, haven't seen the movie nor a trailer so know nothing about it but in my experience the shape of water is flat unless the wind is blowing and then it's kind of wavy.  YMMV

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17 hours ago, d'ranger said:

So, haven't seen the movie nor a trailer so know nothing about it but in my experience the shape of water is flat unless the wind is blowing and then it's kind of wavy.  YMMV

There's nudity. What more do you need to know about the flick?

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24 minutes ago, wristwister said:

There's nudity. What more do you need to know about the flick?

That mattered so much more when you had to sit through Clash of the Titans for 3 seconds of sideboob.  

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, Snaggletooth said:

Our theire diffent kindes or degreese of nacked?

I know there is - nice, oooohh very nice and then there is - how can I unsee that.  The clip Chester posted would be the 1st kind. 

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I submit for consideration;

The Marx Brothers classic: "Duck Soup".

This is an 85 year old movie that should be required viewing for anyone aspiring to politics as a career....

This movie has it all, and could have been ripped from today's news...

Political intrigue

Social/sexual intrigue

Intrigue intrigue

Spies, Honey Traps, beastiality

European history

Cultural differences

American history

Misogyny

Bigotry

Hot babes with power( Margaret Dumont)

Misunderstanding leading to war

Short enough for those of us with late onset ADDc

The best related comedy team of all time...

 

I highly recommend this 70 minute movie.

 

5.75 snaggies

 

 

 

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I Tonya - Ime Notte siurre howe accurratte thisse storrey is, butte writteres hade funn with it.  Givse viewe into peopel an times leaden up to wourste scandalle in the sporte.  Iceskateng hasa longue historey of bigge pearsonagges; G.Kahne, U.S.Grantte, F.Arbuckelle, L.Borden, and C.Irveng who met H.Hughes wille skatteng.  Manney incidense of the paste that reflexted poorley on the sporte coude be coverred up width a war or scensationalle crime.  Tonyas' plaide out in medias centered stage untille O.J. tooke a midnite jogg throuh Brentwoode, CA.  Sadd storey with some funney situationes.             2/4S

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Hostilles - CB playes a stoney soldiere putte into tuffe situatione who hase to lerne truste, forgivnesse, and selfe forgivnesse.  Realistic actione, beatifulle senerey.  3.5S/4S

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On 6/11/2017 at 8:32 AM, VladTheImpaler said:

Just saw Four Brothers.

Worst.  Movie.  Ever.

Just say no.

Sorry but it can't be any more than second worst movie ever.

Plan 9 From Outer Space locked down the title of worst ever a long, long time ago.

If you doubt me, just try watching it. 3 or 4 minutes is all it will take and you'll be convinced.

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On 4/27/2018 at 11:53 PM, SloopJonB said:

Sorry but it can't be any more than second worst movie ever.

Plan 9 From Outer Space locked down the title of worst ever a long, long time ago.

If you doubt me, just try watching it. 3 or 4 minutes is all it will take and you'll be convinced.

I vote for "walk in the clouds"  as worst..

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Sorry I posted this in the wrong thread earlier:

I just watched "12 Strong" on iTunes last night.  Really well done movie.  It was a true story adaptation of the book "The Horse Soldiers" about a team of Green Berets who were dropped into Northern Afghanistan soon after 9/11 to work with the Northern Alliance (NA) to push the Taliban back and capture the town of Mazir e Sharif.  Fascinating story, good battle scenes and an interesting introspective look into the mind of General Dostum, one of the NA Warlords who was fighting the Taliban.  

I had read the book "First In" about the CIA operatives who went into Northern Afghanistan to set the stage for the ground invasion to come and he references handing some of the bomber targeting off to the Green Berets who came later.  But I was not aware the depths of the involvement they had in the actual ground fighting with the NA soldiers.  These 12 Green Berets were from the most advanced military in the world and they were doing cavalry charges on horseback against T-72 tanks and machine guns.  

Cool story.  Well worth the $5 rental!

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12 hours ago, random said:

stock-photo-closeup-portrait-of-young-wo

Is this a photo of you when you accidentally swallowed your BF's load rather than just letting him cum on your face like usual?  

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On 5/6/2018 at 5:07 AM, random said:

No, it's a photo of me after reading about the shit you apparently think is real.

Did they explain how blowing up sheep herders defending their country fixed 9/11?

 

Take your shit to “Nobody gives 2 fucks about Randumb’s whining Anarchy”.

A suggestion.... go down to your local DIY superstore and rent a pressure washer so you can finally wash all that sand out of your vagina. 

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Forre to yeares an sevein monthes thisse wase a moovie reviewe threade, cane we keepe it that waye plesae?  Thack you.

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Choose to believe that randumb is a douche.  As evadent.

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On 10/24/2017 at 1:22 AM, J T said:

someone mentioned "The Lobster" which I thought was pretty groovey.

Sorry for the delayed reaction on this, but we watched the Lobster based on Rotten Tomatoes reviews of being really good.  While RT is generally spot on on reviews, this one sucked dog's balls.  One of THE WORST MOVIES EVER!  It tried to be in the ironic genre of Monty Python and other Terry Gilliam movies and failed miserably at it.  

minus -69 snaggies.  

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On 11/29/2017 at 3:23 PM, captpiratedog said:

Atomic Blonde was fun because of the music

Atomic Blond was fun!  

3 snags

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Just watched "Adrift". Gotta say, I thought it was a pretty good flick. My biggest gripe, she was doing the noon sighting wrong. 

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Incredibelles 2 - fun continuatione of orriginalle, Mrs is juste as beatifulle, and Jack Jack ist amaizing.  4S                  :)

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On 6/15/2018 at 7:33 PM, Snaggletooth said:

Incredibelles 2 - fun continuatione of orriginalle, Mrs is juste as beatifulle, and Jack Jack ist amaizing.  4S                  :)

Loved the cameo by da woody where he fights the racoon.

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4 minutes ago, pbd said:

Loved the cameo by da woody where he fights the racoon.

He fautte tuffe, and notta scrache on hime afterwads.................        :)

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Loved the original and liked this one too. Saw the preview for Wreck It Ralph 2 and can't wait to miss it. An exercise in making a movie entirely out of product placement shots.

On the other hand, I can't wait for the Lego Movie 2, The Second Part. 

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do you know how hard it is to find a thread that Snags has started.. ?

saw two

Christopher Robin :   2.5 snags,   predictable,  cgi top notch...  something on the lines of Hook with robin williams -   plot line. ewan mcgregors acting saves this one...   

Crazy Rich Asians -  3 snags,  date movie , rom-com, 

 

 

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