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The Irishman


Great movie.


Scorcese is a master story teller and director. I watched the Irishman when it was first released and it's still great the 2nd time (still have an hour to go). Tomorrow (if there's time) it'll be either Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull or Goodfellas....all brilliant films IMO.
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The Irishman


Great movie.


Scorcese is a master story teller and director. I watched the Irishman when it was first released and it's still great the 2nd time (still have an hour to go). Tomorrow (if there's time) it'll be either Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull or Goodfellas....all brilliant films IMO.


You’re a masterpiece binge?
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The Irishman


Great movie.


Scorcese is a master story teller and director. I watched the Irishman when it was first released and it's still great the 2nd time (still have an hour to go). Tomorrow (if there's time) it'll be either Mean Streets, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull or Goodfellas....all brilliant films IMO.


You’re a masterpiece binge?


Indeed!! after the major snow storm we had yesterday and the almost 2 hours of snowblowing the driveway and neighbors...I'm parking my ass for a couple of movies over the weekend lol.
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Love and Monsters on Prime. I thought it was pretty good for a post- apocalyptic sci-fi movie with some romance and humor.
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watching the long awaited adaptation of "The Last of Us" fingers crossed its as good as the game. glad they opted for a tv series vs a movie. it could not be contained in 120-150 min movie
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Scorcese is a master story teller and director.


@GAC @Davethebrave I think you guys might enjoy this outtake from Casino. Don Rickles was a piece of work:

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I recently subscribed to Peacock because it was $1 a month special and I did it so my mom could watch her soap opera that got moved there exclusively. Otherwise I had no real desire to watch anything on it.
After almost two months, I finally decided to see what all was on there as far as movies go. There are a few pretty good ones I want to watch and re-watch. However, there are some that look so completely awful I was just laughing going through the list.
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Scorcese is a master story teller and director.


@GAC @Davethebrave I think you guys might enjoy this outtake from Casino. Don Rickles was a piece of work:



Rickels was so sharp and improvisational!!
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The Fabelmans
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being an ass and being a clown are two very different things. HAmistoso private msg quote post Address this user
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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 the Witcher Blood Origins series. It was fine but not something I will likely rewatch. It did make me want to rewatch Witcher a bit though.
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Tomorrow War starring Star Lord, I mean Chris Pratt
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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 watched Killer Sally after someone posted about it here. She reminds me a bit of the girl from Get Out.
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Lou
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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
Rewatched Ronin.


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@xkonk great film!
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decided to watch Violent Night.
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@GAC I don't think I've ever purposefully set out to watch it, but I've seen it 4 times now. Definitely worth it every once in a while.

Tonight we finished the Lord of the Rings trilogy with our little one.
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Attempting to binge the original Planet of the Apes films.

Planet of the Apes
Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Escape from the Planet of the Apes
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
Battle for the Planet of the Apes
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I've really been enjoying watching the DC animated movies on HBO Plus. It's kind of like sitting down to read a graphic novel...even better in some ways. But recently I watched one that had Harley Quinn in it. I found it to be obnoxious almost to the point of unwatchable. I just don't understand the appeal or popularity of that character.
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The apple sauce and pudding were the best part... Bronte private msg quote post Address this user
Yahtze?
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I've really been enjoying watching the DC animated movies on HBO Plus. It's kind of like sitting down to read a graphic novel...even better in some ways. But recently I watched one that had Harley Quinn in it. I found it to be obnoxious almost to the point of unwatchable. I just don't understand the appeal or popularity of that character.


The original Batman TAS Harley I thought was brilliant...but in later incarnations, I totally get how she can be grating.
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@EbayMafia

Man, I totally agree with you on the Harley subject. I just find no appeal in the character. I do have a copy of BA #12 and love the cover but mainly because of Batgirl.

I may step on some toes here....but I also don't see the huge appeal of The Joker. How that character has become so overwhelmingly popular is hard for me to understand.
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I think with the the joker it depends on which version you are referring to.

The batman the animated series was very cool. And the dark knight was good. But one look at Letos joker and I turned the TV off. Never saw Joaquin version.
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everything, everywhere all at once
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I'm still confused while writing this, but after asking myself, am I really about to watch this, I somehow found M3GAN more entertaining than anything I watched in 2022.
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Casablanca ... my wife had never seen it and it'd been several years since I'd watched it.

What a great film. And the pacing is just so well done.
Still one of my favorite films of all time.
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Margin Call (second viewing). 8/10. The only “Wall Street” firm that gets things mostly right.

Well, it and American Psycho.
Really like Margin Call and how it shows a different side of the housing mortgage crisis that you see in The Big Short, which is another very good movie.
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Recently watched this and enjoyed it.
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Passion of the Christ
Tough to watch. Some of the scenes are brutal.
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