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On 10/6/2020 at 11:24 AM, skinsmarydu said:

OK, cuz the Tom Cruise one is amazing.  Tim Curry plays the Devil...it's monumental to me, as far as movies go.

 

How did I miss this movie?  I've never even heard of it.  Weird.  I'll have to check it out.

 

But as for as Tom Cruise goes, the scene from the end of Taps is beautiful man:

 

 

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This is actually surprisingly good movie about an old WWII vet, one that actually killed Hitler, but is filled with regrets.  Right in the middle of this perfectly fine character driven movie, is a mission to kill Bigfoot.  I’m not sure I’ve ever seen another movie like this.  

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9 minutes ago, stevemcqueen1 said:

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm was amazing.  Pain and humor are strange bedfellows.  I think Baron Cohen is an authentic genius and the greatest farceur on film.

 

It started out a bit slow and some of the bits were obviously staged, but it's definitely funny and entertaining. And that ending was damn near perfect and ****ing hilarious lol...

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38 minutes ago, Califan007 said:

It started out a bit slow and some of the bits were obviously staged, but it's definitely funny and entertaining. And that ending was damn near perfect and ****ing hilarious lol...

 

It's amazing to me that he was able to cobble together a very cogent narrative out of that collection of bits.  He's got real acting and story-telling chops.  I actually didn't think it was that slow.  All of the Soviet bloc satire just does it for me and I was wheezing from laughing so hard throughout the movie.

 

I think that movie was more than just entertaining, it was important.  An important piece of satire with some depressing documentary qualities.  He held a mirror up to our political culture and it was ugly.  But the two wonderfully sweet ladies that he used as the heroes for the film were amazing and I really hope they weren't actresses performing scripted parts.  They modeled a path of renewal for the country.  Embodied the values that actually make America a great place, I thought the hear that they provided the film made it really interesting and different and even more pointed than the first film was.

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Netflix suggested this movie, Knock Knock.

 

Absolute worst movie I've seen in a long time, perhaps in the running for worst move I've ever seen.  

 

Keanu Reeves is an architect or something, his wife and two kids leave him alone for the weekend so he can get some work done or something.  I can't even remember.  Anyway, there's a monsoon in LA - you know, where it never rains - and he hears a knock at his door.  Two hot girls are lost and soaking wet, they bamboozle him into letting them come in for shelter, use the phone, etc.  Followed by the predictable threesome, he wakes up the next morning and they're destroying his house and won't leave.  They terrorize him, he finally gets them to agree to leave and drives them home, only for them to come back later that night and somehow keep him tied up all day while they destroy the house and **** with his life. 

 

Have you ever wanted to see a movie where people play monkey in the middle with someone's asthma inhaler?  This is the movie.  Did you think it was possible for captors to cover their eyes and start a game of hide and seek while holding a gun?  And then have the victim...you know, not overpower them and take the gun?  Instead he runs to the kitchen and gets a knife and a frying pan and hides in the house.

 

Even the ending was terrible, they bury him up to his neck in the backyard and just...leave him there.  And then the wife and the kids come home, the wife is astonished to see how trashed the house is and the camera cuts to the little boy and he says "Daddy had a party."  That's it, that's the movie.  Sorry for the spoilers, but you're probably not going to watch this.

 

I give this movie an F+.  And the only reason there's a plus is because looking at Ana de Armas for an hour and a half was the only thing that made this watchable.  

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