last movie you watched?

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  1. Grifter

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    I guess he's actually learning to fly Jets for Top Gun 2.
     
  2. Boots

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    The Push on Netflix. Was pretty creepy and amazing how open to suggestion some people can be :eek3:
     
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    Origin on Youtube. Pretty good
     
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    The Christmas Shephard...fucking lazy ass snow day. I am a sucker for made for TV hallmark xmas movies.
     
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    Bohemian rhapsody

    I’m not much of a Queen fan, but it was very well done. I enjoyed it.
     
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    I was so excited for this but I couldn’t get passed the first 10 minutes. I think it was just the way it was edited though. Like it was all over the place.
     
  7. Boots

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    WayneWayne said that as well. Watch it through. It all comes together.
     
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    This, the way they wrapped it up and ended it was perfect.
     
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    Watched Forrest Gump with the kids. Movie still stands up, such a great movie.
     
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    Yes after I gave it a full go, I really enjoyed it. Full on man tears during the ending...which is weird for a comedy set.
     
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    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

    Both kids, especially my daughter, are huge Harry Potter fans - the good thing is that they loved it. A bit more critical eye - the movie had some great VFX and some fun scenes but felt really disjointed and confusing. The twist at the end came out of nowhere and made really no sense. I left the theatre pretty confused. The first Fantastic Beasts movie did a much better job paying homage to the original series even though this one had more Dumbledore and the Hogwarts castle.

    We take our Harry Potter universe seriously at the HairyAss house.
     
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    Creed 2
     
  13. Grifter

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    Watched that Netflix Kurt Russell as Santa movie last night with the boys. Not a bad Christmas flick and definitely a different take on Santa. The boys loved it.
     
  14. Grifter

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    Good for you! But seriously how was it?
     
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    The Rocky series is my favourite movie series.....so I was ultra excited for this.

    The movie was pretty good, but could have been better. I thought they had a lot set up from the last movie that this would definitely be it for Rocky, but it didn’t end that way. There’s still a possibility for a 3rd if this does well.

    Mosher saw it without seeing the first Creed and he didn’t have a problem following the story
     
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    Anyone watch anything good lately?
     
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    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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  18. Grifter

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    Been binging game of thrones on crave, rewatching it with the wife in anticipation of the upcoming last season. It's even better knowing what's going on when you re-watch it. Lots of subtle things you wouldn't pick up on unless you know how the story unfolds as seasons progress.

    Also been watching Lucifer on Netflix. Its a typical cop procedural but damn is it ever good. Snagged me, good storyline, good acting. Except for Decker. Her eyebrows just piss me off.
     
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    watched Three Identical Strangers. Was pretty wild. Good watch ... 7/10
     
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    I watched Tag last night. Pleasantly surprised - actually pretty funny. 8/10.
     
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    Free Solo :cool: 8/10

    He's nuts
     
  22. Grifter

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    Creed 2. Meh, was ok, worth watching.

    Solo. Also meh, definitely not going to be remembered as a classic.
     
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    I think I was more invested in Free Solo because I listened to a few interviews with him.
     
  24. Grifter

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    I'm talking about Star Wars
     
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    ahhh... never even heard of that movie :rofl:
     
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    The 15:17 to Paris - great flick with the real hero's playing themselves
     

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