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    "Terminator: Dark Fate" - I enjoyed this film a lot, though I know it's going to upset a certain segment of the population. That's ok - they get upset all the time. It was great seeing Linda Hamilton again. And I really liked the actress who plays the other protector. She looked familiar but I couldn't place her. A quick search of IMDB says I've seen her in two previous films - "Tully" and "Blade Runner 2049", and I liked her in both. The action and stunts are super-hyped, and there are a lot of funny moments as well. There's a LOT more swearing in this film than in all of the prior films combined.

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    "Harriet" - After seeing the trailer for the first time, I was already hooked. The film does not disappoint at all. Great job by literally everyone. And Cynthia Erivo is amazing. I've seen her in 3 films now and loved her in all of them. I'm really hoping the song from the film is nominated for Best Original Song. I would love to see them sing that on stage.

    And no matter how many stories or movies I see about slavery, I will never understand how anyone could possibly feel, think or act that way to fellow human beings.

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning

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    "Last Christmas" - I like Emilia Clarke and I like Henry Golding, but I really wasn't in the mood for a rom-com. But I went anyway. And I'm really glad I did. This is not your traditional rom-com, and I really enjoyed it. I also didn't know who else was in the film, and I didn't know who one of the co-writers was, or I would have been more excited to see the film beforehand. Definitely a recommend.

    Who else is in the film:

     
    Emma Thompson and Michelle Yeoh. I laughed when I saw Michelle Yeoh's name because I thought she was going to play Henry Golding's mom again. Nope.


    Who one of the co-writers is:

     
    Emma Thompson. She's got such great dialogue, very turn of phrase. I loved Late Night. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend that too.
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    I just realized I made a mistake in my second spoiler comment.

     
    Emma Thompson didn't write Late Night. Mindy Kaling did. Emma just did a great job delivering the acerbic lines. Emma has written other things, though. I think she was nominated for a screenplay - Sense and Sensibility, maybe?
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    I'm glad you liked it because I was really on the fence on this one. Now I think we're going to add it to the list.


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    The Wolfman 2010
    Silence of the Lambs
    Red Dragon
    The Cell 2000


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    "The Good Liar" - I've been interested since I saw the first trailer and hello, Helen Mirren and Ian McKellan together! I really enjoyed the film, and it was like watching a master class in acting with the two of them. In an unusual occurrence, I actually figured out one of the plot points quite a bit ahead of time, which I normally don't, so one bit wasn't as much of a surprise as it might have been, but I still enjoyed the film.

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    "Frozen 2" - I really enjoyed the film. I thought they did a good job of coming up with an interesting story, and I liked the music too. There is one particular character that I loved, for multiple reasons, even though I *know* it's designed to reel you in. It worked.

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    Hannibal 2001
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    "Knives Out" - Been looking forward to this for a while, and it did not disappoint. So many fun people to watch, but the standout for me was Daniel Craig. I think I saw him in a Bond movie and wasn't impressed. He was very wooden. He was fantastic in this.

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    Charlie's Angels Full Throttle


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    "21 Bridges" - I enjoyed this film a lot, even with the sometimes graphic violence. But I get to watch Chadwick Boseman and Stephan James in the same film. Can't go wrong with that.

    And, someone who looked very familiar and it wasn't until I saw the credits that I confirmed.

     
    The "cleaner" (basically, money launderer) is played by Alexander Siddig, but I'll always know him as Siddig el Fadil aka Sid, from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cstephens View Post
    "Knives Out" - Been looking forward to this for a while, and it did not disappoint. So many fun people to watch, but the standout for me was Daniel Craig. I think I saw him in a Bond movie and wasn't impressed. He was very wooden. He was fantastic in this.
    Oh Good! We are looking forward to hopefully getting a change to see this! Glad you enjoyed it-

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    "Queen & Slim" - I enjoyed the film, though it took a bit to get used to the slower pace. Some of the stuff in this film, as in some other films I've seen, are maddening to watch, not because it's in the film but because it happens in real life. It's starting to change my perspective on things, realizing that the assumption I'm starting from is wrong.

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    Fritz the Cat
    The Nine lies of Fritz the Cat
    Pelle No-tail in Americat
    Leatherface
    Once Upon a Time in America
    Annabelle Coming Home


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    Home Alone.


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    Jumanji 2. I didn't expect that I would enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed the first Dwayne Johnson's Jumanji. It's not as hilarious as the first but I felt good watching it.


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    "Ford vs. Ferrari" -- had gotten a survey on this movie months ago and was very interested to see the final product. Both Mr. Tea and I enjoyed it very much. Liked that the emphasis was on the characters and the relationships, not just on the cars and racing.


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    "Black Christmas" - Not usually my kind of movie but I'd read some stuff about it and thought it sounded interesting. I actually thought it was quite pedestrian. And its message was pretty heavy-handed and overbearing. For the scary stuff, there actually wasn't much of it. Interesting but it's the first thing from Blumhouse that I wasn't wowed by.

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    South Park Bigger Longer & Uncut


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    Watched Krampus last night - always enjoy that one!


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    Not a happy camper. For the first time since opening day 1977, I will not be able to see a Star Wars movie on its opening day. Disney just issued multiple strobe light effects warnings for the new film. While i don't have a seizure disorder, strobes trigger intense migrains for me. So will have to wait until I can watch it on a bright sunny day on my TV at home ( I have a huge cathederal window facing the tV) to minimize the effects. (same thing I had to do for Incredibles 2). Gee thanks Disney and JJ....

    ETA: Apparently there has been a huge outcry over this. Disney's response is to "have a friend see it first so they can tell you when not to look"

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