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    The Advocate Celebrates 50 Years: A Long Road to Freedom

    Its a documentary about the LGBTQ+ movement starting with the Black Cat protest and ending with a 50th Anniversary celebration of Advocate Magazine.

    Turns out to be the fourth screening of the movie, which wont be released until January. Worth the wait. Its kind of train of thought, though it uses interviews from more than two dozen people. Its a very natural progression. Informative and entertaining.

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    Just saw the trailer for Dumbo. It looks amazing and yes I can't get through it without crying.

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    "Green Book" - I was interested in this as soon as I saw the trailer a few months ago. The film definitely lived up to the trailer. Terrific performances all around.

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    "Ralph Breaks the Internet" - Loved "Wreck-It Ralph" and loved this one too. I'm seeing it again Sunday. I cried at one unexpected part and then was sobbing by the end of the movie, because it made me think about a friend who's no longer with us.

    Putting the unexpected part in spoilers. If you respond to this, please respond only with spoiler tags because I don't want to ruin it for anyone else.

     
    The cameo by Stan Lee. I did not know about it. As soon as I saw him, I reacted the same way I usually do when I see his other cameos, with joy and a laugh, but this time, it was immediately followed by sadness and tears. They thought they were being funny putting him in, not knowing it would end up being a posthumous tribute.
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    Also saw Ralph Breaks the Internet. Excellent film. Super enjoyed it. I thought it was funny, had a huge amount of pop culture references, and a good multi-level storyline.

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    "Instant Family" - A bit predictable but a good movie, and the expected tear-jerking works.

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