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    I saw "It Chapter 2" last night as well.

    No thank you. Wayyyyy tooooo looooooong first off. I was actually getting angry that it wasn't ending. Story is convoluted. I mean, American Indians are involved? wha??

    Anyway, I was bored with a capital B but YMMV. There are some good jumpy moments and I agree with Mo on Hader. He was funny. He stole the movie for me.

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    Lawrence of Arabia on the big screen. It was spectacular. And on a shallow note, young Peter O'Toole was beautiful.
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    I watched "Pete's Dragon" last night for the first time. It was on late as hell, but I'd never seen it. I thought it was a cartoon; it wasn't. It was charming and now, I think I want my own dragon. Also didn't know Robert Redford was in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
    I watched "Pete's Dragon" last night for the first time. It was on late as hell, but I'd never seen it. I thought it was a cartoon; it wasn't. It was charming and now, I think I want my own dragon. Also didn't know Robert Redford was in it.
    Was it the version from the 70’s or the more recent remake?

    I watched “Swamp Thing” (1982) yesterday. It was directed by Wes Craven and starred Adrienne Barbeau, Ray Wise and Louis Jourdan (who was the Bond villain in “Octopussy”.).

    It was cheesy AF but entertaining nonetheless.

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    The more recent remake, with Bryce Dallas Howard.
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    IT Chapter 2
    This movie is so horror and suspensive.

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    No, absolutely do not remake this.



    Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Tony Vinciquerra says that “very famous people whose names I won’t use” want to redo Norman Lear’s ‘The Princess Bride’ http://bit.ly/30qHpQM

    https://twitter.com/Variety/status/1173954759071547392
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    I watched Rocket Man on the plane ride home. I didn't get a chance to see the ending but I didn't care because I thought it sucked.
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    68 Kill. I'm not really into bougie Indie films. But my Sancho Matthew Gray Gubler, Twatted out that his film was on Netflix . I can not stress how GD funny this shit was. It's got some gore in it, but the main parts had me rollin. If you're bored, roll up a blunt and watch this one.

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    ^^I’ve never heard of it but you’ve got me intrigued.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeartShapedBox View Post
    I watched Rocket Man on the plane ride home. I didn't get a chance to see the ending but I didn't care because I thought it sucked.
    I liked the costumes
    I was surprised to see it was a musical, I didn't expect it, and I thought well, at least that's an interesting way of presenting a musical biopic, but I wish they hadn't toned it down on the sex and drugs, because for a bio on Elton John, it felt very soppy and mellow.
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    Hotel Mumbai, shows basically you cannot make the 'right' decision in a terrorist attack.

    Rocket Man, i liked it a lot more then i thought i would.
    We have the 10 minute rule with the family and for both movies we all kept on watching which doesn't happen often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeythorn View Post
    68 Kill. I'm not really into bougie Indie films. But my Sancho Matthew Gray Gubler, Twatted out that his film was on Netflix . I can not stress how GD funny this shit was. It's got some gore in it, but the main parts had me rollin. If you're bored, roll up a blunt and watch this one.
    Watched it tonight and loved it. Thank you. Plus it made me appreciate my wavy/curly hair.
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