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Apparently they approached Daniel Day-Lewis to play Nick Cage, but he turned it down with being retired and all. Can you imagine DDL method acting it up in the role of his career to pull off being Nick Cage? :lol:

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Apparently they approached Daniel Day-Lewis to play Nick Cage, but he turned it down with being retired and all. Can you imagine DDL method acting it up in the role of his career to pull off being Nick Cage? :lol:

This too would have been brilliant :love: Film was great!

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Apparently they approached Daniel Day-Lewis to play Nick Cage, but he turned it down with being retired and all. Can you imagine DDL method acting it up in the role of his career to pull off being Nick Cage? :lol:

Oh, man. Couldn't he unretire for long enough to shoot a cameo scene or something? Maybe in the sequel they can 'make' the first movie and have him playing Cage in the film inside the film? Meta-fourth-wall-meta. Metaception.

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New Dr. Strange 7.5/10

Not really a fan of the singular hero movies as much as I am of the big ultimate team up stuff but this was pretty good. Cleo showing up was awesome.

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Beavis and Butthead Do the Universe - 7.5 - it's what you'd expect, dumb and makes you laugh. Beavis and Butthead learning about white privilege was pretty funny


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Watched that new Nick Cage thing last night. 7.5/10, was weird as fuck.

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Watched that new Nick Cage thing last night. 7.5/10, was weird as fuck.


Weird as Fuck is what I thought

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Took the boys to see The Black Phone. Killer semi-slow burn into yelling at the screen flick.

Great time period vibe, excellent creeper performance by Hawke as well as all the child actors. The mask in the previews had me more than a little skeptical but the movie was great. Directed by same guy who did Sinister with Hawke a few + years ago. He used bits and pieces of that gritty dream sequence film vibe in it to great effect here. I have read a novel or three from Hill but not this one? I think it was a short story iirc. This story had a King writes a (way less fantastical) overdone version of the Lovely Bones or something? Really good, dark popcorn flick.

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My daughter asked me to do a Hobbit and Lord of the Rings marathon this summer with her. We're down to the Return of the King, but since she lied about saying the F word yesterday, she's gonna have to wait till next week to see it.


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Grandkids were over this weekend. We ended up watching the Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers thing on Disney+. Done by the Lonely Island guys, basically. I had heard it was really good and it actually was. Very Roger Rabbit for 2022. Excellent cast and actually really funny as an adult. Give it a go if you get a chance.

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Grandkids were over this weekend. We ended up watching the Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers thing on Disney+. Done by the Lonely Island guys, basically. I had heard it was really good and it actually was. Very Roger Rabbit for 2022. Excellent cast and actually really funny as an adult. Give it a go if you get a chance.


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watched a few things recently.

Everything Everywhere All at Once: 9.7/10. It has everything i want in a movie

The Unbearable Weight of Massive talent: 6/10. Started off strong and hilarious. It got a bit meh towards the end though.

Crimes of the Future: 8/10. Loved how odd the story was. That chair is hilarious.

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watched a few things recently.

Everything Everywhere All at Once: 9.7/10. It has everything i want in a movie

The Unbearable Weight of Massive talent: 6/10. Started off strong and hilarious. It got a bit meh towards the end though.

Crimes of the Future: 8/10. Loved how odd the story was. That chair is hilarious.

Talent drags a bit towards the end. Still need to see the other two.

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Seven Psychopaths - still holds up. Probably a 9/10

That whole Walken scene where they tell him to put his hands in the air.

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Took the boys to see The Black Phone. Killer semi-slow burn into yelling at the screen flick.

Great time period vibe, excellent creeper performance by Hawke as well as all the child actors. The mask in the previews had me more than a little skeptical but the movie was great. Directed by same guy who did Sinister with Hawke a few + years ago. He used bits and pieces of that gritty dream sequence film vibe in it to great effect here. I have read a novel or three from Hill but not this one? I think it was a short story iirc. This story had a King writes a (way less fantastical) overdone version of the Lovely Bones or something? Really good, dark popcorn flick.



I really liked this thriller. Good watch

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The Mist 5/10

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I watched this one a couple weeks ago. 4/10.

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Apocalypse day:
Don't Look Up - Funnier the second time around. 7/10
This is the End - 8/10
Rapturepalooza - 8/10
The World's End - 8/10

Though, honestly, we love all of them in their own way. Good fun all the way around. I love how The World's End is basically an alien force saying, "We can make you better," and the movie ends with them just being belligerent assholes and saying "fuck off" over and over again. LOL. So us.

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The Black Phone: It's a Blumhouse movie, so i came in weary, but it was being applauded a lot on my facebook, so i gave it a shot.

There is nothing redeeming about this movie. I take that back. the main kid acted decently for what he had to work with. The script was written OK for what it was (I've seen way worse), but the story itself was an awful mess. If it wasn't wor the kid, it would be a 0/10 (Joining the ranks of Open Water, Insidious and The Conjuring)

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This is Gwar: One of my favorite bands (I don't mean that ironically. Scumdogs of the Universe and America Must Be Destroyed are literally two of my favorite records). GWAR has literally had maybe 100 actual active "members" in it (including "slaves" and such), so it's not easy to show it all, but it was a fantastic doc. I even got teary-eyed in one spot. Highly recommended

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