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Old Fri, Dec-29-2017, 04:29:59 AM   #8221
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Finally watched baby driver. Not bad.
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Old Fri, Dec-29-2017, 05:42:22 PM   #8222
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That's great! Such a good movie.
Fifth Element is timeless. Can't explain why.

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Valerian.

I think it was about space or something. Girl with caterpillars for eyebrows was distracting.
Coincidentally just watched last night. Spectacular looking film, some really original concepts (the whole trans-dimensional market thing was great), but overall it fell flat for me. I'd give it a C+.

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Finally watched baby driver. Not bad.
Fun movie but the insane buzz it generated was artificial - I didn't need to go see that one in the theater and would have been fine catching it on Netflix 1-15 years from now.

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Bright on Netflix. Bad boys + Lord of the rings-ish. Cops, race relations, magical creatures. Pretty damn good.
Bright seemed more like a pilot for a TV series than anything, with too much <fill in the blank> stuff going on for a standalone movie. Enjoyable ride though, don't think it is as bad as the critics say... C for me.
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Coincidentally just watched last night. Spectacular looking film, some really original concepts (the whole trans-dimensional market thing was great), but overall it fell flat for me. I'd give it a C+.
Valerian and Fifth Element are both Luc Besson. The IMBD on Valerian is interesting, so much that I'll probably go back and watch again. I think this movie may be better with an extended version or Directors notes to catch some of the subtleties.
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Bright seemed more like a pilot for a TV series than anything, with too much stuff going on for a standalone movie. Enjoyable ride though, don't think it is as bad as the critics say... C for me.
I initially thought it was a tv series looking at the trailer. But it is a very entertaining action movie with different things you haven't seen a lot of together.
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Dr Strange. Beautiful effects, dreadful movie. Some of the worst lines of dialogue and awful jokes I’ve heard. Also, Benedict is about as good at Amurcan accents as Tim Roth (see Reservoir Dogs).

Need to finish up the Grateful Dead doc on Amazon. Never been a massive fan of their music, but the doc is fascinating.
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Valerian and Fifth Element are both Luc Besson. The IMBD on Valerian is interesting, so much that I'll probably go back and watch again. I think this movie may be better with loads and loads of oregano.
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that doesn't always help. It's made some movies even dumber. Most recent being baby driver which I turned off before halfway thru it.

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Dr Strange. Beautiful effects, dreadful movie. Some of the worst lines of dialogue and awful jokes Iíve heard. Also, Benedict is about as good at Amurcan accents as Tim Roth (see Reservoir Dogs).

Need to finish up the Grateful Dead doc on Amazon. Never been a massive fan of their music, but the doc is fascinating.
LOL, I always thought Tim Roth had a crappy british accent
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The Shape of Water...9/10. Loved Pan’s Labyrinth so I can’t believe I waited this long.
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that doesn't always help. It's made some movies even dumber. Most recent being baby driver which I turned off before halfway thru it.



LOL, I always thought Tim Roth had a crappy American accent
Fixed for what I meant. He’s Bri’ish
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Valerian and Fifth Element are both Luc Besson. The IMBD on Valerian is interesting, so much that I'll probably go back and watch again. I think this movie may be better with an extended version or Directors notes to catch some of the subtleties.
I know, I'm a Luc Besson fan, hence the "coincidentally"

The Professional is still one of my fav movies of all time.
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