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    ^^I'm thinking about watching that but Michael Bey movies get on my nerves.
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    It was good, Greys! Watch at least the first scene with the car and see what you think.
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    Saw Knives Out and it was great! I would really like it if there was a series of movies with those detectives. It was really detailed and each of the characters stood out as individuals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post
    It was good, Greys! Watch at least the first scene with the car and see what you think.
    Besides, Ben Hardy is in it. Itís worth watching for that reason alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post
    I tried to watch this but it got annoying to me very quickly. It might be because it's too close to home for me.

    I saw 6 Underground of Netflix the other day. It stars Ryan Reynolds and is a big action thriller with some dark humor (totally my type). I really like RR's sense of humor, but I did not like it in the Deadpool movies. Anyway, this movie was directed by Michael Bay (Transformers) so it has a lot of CGI, car chases and explosions. I actually kind of enjoyed it. I was extremely surprised that it was a Netflix movie that had just been released.
    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    ^^I'm thinking about watching that but Michael Bey movies get on my nerves.
    I actually noticed this was on NetFlix, but I completely confused it with another Ryan Reynolds movie with a similar-sounding title "Buried". In that one, he is a guy who has been entombed alive and is desperately trying to get help before his cell phone runs out.

    Anyway, Mrs Mo is in the other room watching "The Irishman". It looks INCREDIBLY slow. And boy does everyone look old - especially, Pesci.

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    Before Christmas, my job gave out passes to a movie grill near my house - I can't remember if I mentioned it. Anyway, I thought it would be sort of fun to take my mom to the movies because she never goes (I can't remember the last time she went, actually), but realized at the last minute they were expiring in two days so I picked the most mom/daughter movie I could fine and we ended up seeing Knives Out. it was really good. It reminds me of a late 70s/early 80s whodunit by way of Agatha Christie, so it got me on the nostalgia alone. And the food was better than I thought it would be, so that was a plus.
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    Iíve read good things about ďKnives Out.Ē
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    Mo, we saw the Irishman, decided to stick with it and enjoyed it. Did Mrs. Mo like it in the end?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    Mo, we saw the Irishman, decided to stick with it and enjoyed it. Did Mrs. Mo like it in the end?
    I need to ask her. I was shocked to see her still awake near the end of it. I guess my timing was off -- every time I went into the room to check it out, it was a scene with two old guys eating. Like in the diner where they are sharing some Total cereal. And then I came back about 30 minutes later, and they are in prison, splitting a loaf of fancy bread.
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    You are actually lucky that you saw the scenes where they are splitting bread and not heads! I love Martin Scorsese so I knew what to expect.
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    About to watch "On The Basis of Sex", about Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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    I've watched A LOT of movies recently on Amazon Prime. These were my favs:

    Wristcutters A Love Story
    Breathless
    The Show
    Black Snake Moan
    Robot & Frank
    Upside Down
    Last Flag Flying

    Looking forward to JoJo Rabbit and Knives Out
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    On The Basis of Sex was wonderful. You get to see Ruth become the unflappable wall she is today. Thoroughly enjoyed it. It was interesting to see how many men's panties were totally in a giant wad over male/female social norms possibly changing if we're all considered "equal" (and we've still got a ways to go with that, unfortunately).
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    Private Benjamin

    Goldie Hawn, Armand Assante, Eileen Brennan

    I haven't seen this in years and forgot how hilarious it is!
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    Finally saw Avengers Infinity War and End Game. Not impressed, but at least I have an ending to the story.
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