last movie you watched?

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  1. Miss Shawty

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    I can't wait to see these movies! I however need to be in the mood to watch A Quiet Place... thriller/horror movies get my anxiety going :lol:
     
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    Watched Tucker and Dale vs Evil again the other night. Always good for a laugh:

     
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    Jurassic World - Forgotten Kingdom . It was very good, suspensful and action packed.
    On a side note, i can't believe popcorn and pop for two people costs $30 with no refills now....such a ripoff
     
  4. HairyAss

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    Saw this the other night as well. It was good, but it feels like they're really going for the gore, which is not what I remember from the first Jurassic Park movies.

    And, hear you on the popcorn costs. First time I'd been to a movie theatre in a while and it will take a bunch to get me back.
     
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    We take our own. Grab cold pop & corn twists from the dollar store. Tasks just like buttery popcorn with out the kernels getting stuck in you teeth. Normally divide the bag up into two containers before hand so we aren't dealing with a noisy bag that always rips the wrong way anyhow.
     
  6. HairyAss

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    Not all theatres allow you to bring in your own snacks.
     
  7. Mitch

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    Maybe in dumb America .
     
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    American Animals, really enjoyed it. They included interviews with the real people involved so it added a different element to the movie, and it was interesting to see how people had different versions of the same events.
     
  9. dpwu32

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    Not a movie, but a documentary.

    I re-watched Blue Gold over the last few days. It's about jeans/denim/Levis collectors, the history of jeans, and how much some vintage pairs of jeans can sell for. I watched it for the first time about a year ago.

    I was inspired to re-visit it, since I recently found and sold a pair of late 60's Levis for $900USD. I guess being a sponge for seemingly useless information really can pay off...
    :lol:
     
  10. HairyAss

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    We’ve been watching a few older movies with my son lately - air quality sucks so lazing around. The first three Bourne movies were all re-watched... and worth the trip-watch. Also (re) watched The Italian Job which was worth it as well. Other recent ones:

    Isle of Dogs - I thought it was great but definitely feels like a “you’ll love it or hate it” type film.
    Infinity Wars - I wasn’t a fan, but I was also working on a presentation for work at the same time so wasn’t paying 100% attention.
    Crazy Rich Asians - Thorougly enjoyed this. Wish I’d had a chance to read the book first, but had a call from a group of friends going for $5 cheap night at the local theatre. Better than I expected, really well done.
     
  11. David Puddy

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    watched Delores Claiborne and Sully over the last few days
     
  12. Grifter

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    Jurassic world 2 last night. Definitely good. Can't decide between which was better, this one or the first one.

    Solo tonight. Looking forward to that.
     
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    Saw A Star is Born this weekend....sad but a very good movie! Would highly recommend.
     
  14. HairyAss

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    Searching for Sugarman. Incredibly interesting. It’s a documentary on a musician named Rodriguez who basically flopped everywhere except South Africa, but it was during Apartheid and news that he was famous never made it out of South Africa. Amazing story.

    After watching this and reading/listening to Trevor Noah’s “Born a Crime”, I want to find more on the isolation in South Africa during Apartheid and the impacts of their isolation from the world.
     
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    Joe Rogan brought up that Searching for Sugarman movie and said it was a good watch. Been meaning to check it out
     
  16. Grifter

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    Skyscraper.... Exactly what you'd expect. It's no die hard though .

    Also watched joe rogans new Netflix special. Loved it.
     
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    Watched The Post...super interesting, especially with what's going on these days.
     
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    Tag- 9/10
    I LOVE Jeremy Renner!!
     
  19. RoryTate

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    Sicario: Day of the Soldado. It was a great watch.
     
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    The Bill Murray Stories: Life lessons learned from a mythical man

    I really enjoyed it. He seems like he is genuinely using his celebrity to make others happy and to experience a wide variety of life 8/10
     
  21. David Puddy

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    Contact from 1997.
     
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    100% Fresh - Adam Sandler

    9/10 loved it. Brought me back to being 16 years old listening to his comedy CDs :bowdown:
     
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    The Meg, for a cheesy shark movie it wasn't terrible
     
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    I didn't realise this was out yet - will definitely check it out. A bunch of guys from work got to meet him while he was filming it and said he was awesome to meet in person.
     
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    The Bright.

    It was ok, but the racism angle was layed on thick with a backhoe. 100% lazy Sunday afternoon fare.

     
  26. HairyAss

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    Watched Tag last night - had a lot of great laughs.
     
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    It was funny :lol:
     
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    Dunkirk. Both my wife and I had been waiting to see this until I had the surround sound hooked up. Did that Friday and it seemed appropriate for the weekend anyway. It wasn’t as good as I was hoping or maybe I had higher expectations than I was expecting. It was good, but in a ranking of WAr movies, it would not be at the top.
     
  29. dpwu32

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    Went and saw mid-90's last weekend. First time going to a movie in about two years. Pretty well done movie. If you were a skateboarder in the 90's, this should be right in your wheelhouse.
     
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    12 Strong, really enjoyed it. Sucker for war based movies.
     
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    I enjoyed it as well.

    Do you remember the the movie “Kids”?

    It had a similar feel to it, a little more watered down though.
     
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    Kids was an emotionally exhausting movie. the kind you only watch once imo
     
  33. Grifter

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    Mission Impossible Fallout. Enjoyed it. Henry Cavill was great.
     
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    I have been meaning to go to it, everyone says how good it is.
     
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    cruise actually flying that chopper :bowdown:
     

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