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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
I somehow made it through 90% of Sweet Tooth Season One. I highly recommend not watching it.
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If the viagra is working you should be well over a 9.8. xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
Watched Shadow and Bone on Netflix with the wife. The first couple episodes are slow because of all the world-building/stage-setting, but it was enjoyable once they got into the plot. It's in the fantasy YA genre.
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Just finished Parodical Son...excellent real shame it was not renewed
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Latest old movie I watched was Key Largo. I'm a really big Humphrey Bogart fan, so a bit surprising that I never got around to watching this one. Not bad, but it's no Casablanca or Maltese Falcon, if I'm comparing it to other Bogart movies.
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The wife was in the mood for classic Horror & it doesn’t get more classic than the 1931 original.


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I watched "In the Heat of the Night" with one of my sons. I have seen it before, but it has been a long time and though my son would enjoy it, which he did. Before the movie started, they did a short intro with some interesting facts.

In 1967, Sidney Poitier starred in "To Sir, with Love", "In the Heat of the Night" and "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner". Some actors won't star in that many good movies in their whole career and he did in one year.

Rod Steiger won for Best Actor for his role. The other nominees that year were Warren Beatty, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Newman and Spencer Tracy. You'll be hard pressed to find another year with that many big names as nominees.
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1967 was a huge year for cinema. ‘point Blank’, with Lee Marvin came out the same year.

As did ‘Cool Hand Luke’. Which I’m sure was the movie you mentioned that got Newman his nomination.
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@00slim I was scrolling through TCM for other movies and saw that Point Blank is on later in the week. I set it to record and will watch it when I have a chance. Yes, Newman's nomination was for Cool Hand Luke, Hoffman was for The Graduate, Beatty for Bonnie & Clyde. Pretty good year for movies.
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@Lonestar I love Point Blank. I’ll be curious to hear what you think. It was later remade as Payback (1999), with Mel Gibson.
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Just blitz watched the last 5 episodes of The Good Doctor, couldn't stop,excellent cast. The sun is coming up over here so I'm off to hit the hey.
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If the viagra is working you should be well over a 9.8. xkonk private msg quote post Address this user
I've been jetting through Broadchurch. It's pretty great.
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Not trying to be an ass since February 12, 2020. HulkSmash private msg quote post Address this user
Watching Castaway right now
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Batman vs TMNT
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Watched the fourth episode of Loki today. The whole time travel thing made me think about the Umbrella Academy (and a few others). But did anyone else get a Wizard of Oz vibe from today’s episode?
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I somehow made it through 90% of Sweet Tooth Season One. I highly recommend not watching it.


Funny, I was cool with Sweet Tooth as decent entertainment. My son and wife also watched the whole thing. My 11 year old daughter surprised me by abandoning episode 1 and never returning. We do believe that she's the brains of the family though.
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Right now I am watching "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier", episode 1. My two youngest kids (ages 23 and 25) share a phone plan. They let me sign in to their Disney+ account (they can have 5 devices on it, I believe). So yesterday and today, I watched "WandaVision" and loved it!!! I'll move on to "Loki" after this.
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Watched “Splinter” on Prime. I have seen a lot worse horror films. And last night the wife and I watched “The Screaming Skull” also on Prime. That one was a colorized horror film from 1958 that would be absolutely perfect for Svengoolie.
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Watched the fourth episode of Loki today. The whole time travel thing made me think about the Umbrella Academy (and a few others). But did anyone else get a Wizard of Oz vibe from today’s episode?


@esaravo I was watching the whole thing with that in mind. Waiting, waiting, couldn't figure out what you were referring to. And then at the very end...aha, Wizard of Oz vibe!
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The Evolution of Evil on Prime. episode 4: Mao
episode 5: Mussolini
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.


@esaravo worth watching? I've been waiting for it.
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.


@esaravo worth watching? I've been waiting for it.


It’s not bad, especially considering what I have been watching lately. It borrows from Edge of Tomorrow, Alien, Predator, and many other films, but worth a watch with a bag of popcorn.
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.


Good shout we enjoyed it 👍
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.


@esaravo worth watching? I've been waiting for it.


It’s not bad, especially considering what I have been watching lately. It borrows from Edge of Tomorrow, Alien, Predator, and many other films, but worth a watch with a bag of popcorn.


My wife watched with daughter yesterday and then again today with our son. I caught large chunks of it both times but I'm the only one in the family now who hasn't watched the whole thing. Definitely a worthy watch and I would add Starship Troopers to the list of movies that it draws on. Have to admit though, I prefer a snarkier Chris Pratt.
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The Tomorrow War with Starlord and Agent Sarah Walker.

All these movies are just variant timelines now.
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I watched "WandaVision" and loved it!!!


@Jesse_O I suspect Wandavision may have been more enjoyable as a binge watch. I think having the wait a week between episodes made me feel entitled to a better payoff.
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
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I somehow made it through 90% of Sweet Tooth Season One. I highly recommend not watching it.


My 11 year old daughter surprised me by abandoning episode 1 and never returning. We do believe that she's the brains of the family though.


If that's the case I expect she only made it through 5 minutes of Jupiter's Legacy.
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I somehow made it through 90% of Sweet Tooth Season One. I highly recommend not watching it.


My 11 year old daughter surprised me by abandoning episode 1 and never returning. We do believe that she's the brains of the family though.


If that's the case I expect she only made it through 5 minutes of Jupiter's Legacy.


lol @flanders, if my 11 year old watched Jupiter's Legacy it would say something pretty bad about the both of us.
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I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie. flanders private msg quote post Address this user
@EbayMafia sometimes I forget about what 11 year old's should be watching since I was raised by parents who let me watch Friday the 13th, Nightmare and Elm Street, Poltergeist, and far too many other terrifying and violent films starting when I was 7 or 8. I'd like to say I still turned out alright, but that would be a lie.
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They Died with Their Boots On

God I'm a sucker for auld westerns
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