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    Sicario 2, much better than the first one.
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    Re: Who is in your Deadpool for Solo: Infinity War

    They already made a second one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    They already made a second one?
    Left an opening for a 3rd one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonofSouthie View Post
    Sicario 2, much better than the first one.
    That's good to hear. The first one was ALMOST really good.
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    Re: Who is in your Deadpool for Solo: Infinity War

    Watched the Last Jedi on Netflix last night. Meh. Better than the prequels, but god am I getting sick of jj abrams' shtick. The Wrath of Khan remake sucked, and this has nothing on Empire despite the obvious throwbacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unofan View Post
    Watched the Last Jedi on Netflix last night. Meh. Better than the prequels, but god am I getting sick of jj abrams' shtick. The Wrath of Khan remake sucked, and this has nothing on Empire despite the obvious throwbacks.
    Last Jedi wasnt JJ Abrahms. Rian Johnson made Last Jedi.
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    Brain On Fire:

    The film follows the harrowing experience of a writer struggling with a rare neurological disease from when she first suffers symptoms to the many attempts at diagnosing it and the eventual discovery of the real cause of her illness. Based on the book, 'Brain On Fire', the true story of Susannah Cahalan, a journalist for the New York Times.

    ChloŽ Grace Moretz (Kick ***) plays Susannah, and did an outstanding job, IMO. Hopefully she continues to get good roles; she has the talent. Movies like this make you really sit back in awe, that even in this day and age, our technology lags behind what the body/mind are capable of. Definitely recommend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Last Jedi wasnt JJ Abrahms. Rian Johnson made Last Jedi.
    Saw Abrams in the credits. Guess it was as the producer. Still sick of him and his shtick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Movies like this make you really sit back in awe, that even in this day and age, our technology lags behind what the body/mind are capable of. Definitely recommend it.
    We have actually had the technology to specifically diagnose this condition (Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis) in a non invasive manner for the last 12 or so years. By the sounds of it, it should have been suspected by any respectable neurologist. The "clock" test is looking at a patient's ability to pay attention to both sides of the body and is part of any standard neurological exam.

    Even if this happened before we could specifically diagnose the exact receptor involved, one could do a lumbar puncture and if there were signs of inflammation, you could treat for an encephalitis of uncertain etiology.
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    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom...

    [inhales deeply]

    HOLY ******* **** WHAT AN ABSOLUTE TRAINWRECK OF A PIECE OF ****! I CANT BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE ACTUALLY PAID TO WATCH THAT DUMPSTER FIRE! THIS IS ACTUALLY A BIGGER INSULT TO THE FRANCHISE THAN THE LAST GHOSTBUSTERS ABORTION WAS! EVERYONE INVOLVED SHOULD HANG THEIR HEADS IN SHAME...OR AT LEAST DANCE AROUND IN A BIG PILE OF MONEY LAUGHING AT ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WASTED THEIR TIME AND MONEY WATCHING THIS FILM. [/exhales]

    Ok so on a much calmer note this movie is all sorts of awful. Imagine if you took The Last World: Jurassic Park II and completely ripped off the basic plot only you then genetically engineered it with all the crappiness of Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World with just a pinch of the Tommy Lee Jones disaster Volcano and you maybe can begin to understand how awful this film is. The plot is so bad "Paint By Numbers" doesnt even cover it. They literally just steal parts of the other films and put them in there. Then they add in the stupid cloning side story which is worthless, then the dumb "Blue" storyline returns, then more made up dinosaurs (there are hundreds of species of dinosaurs why make up new ones?) and of course the hamfisted acting of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Then, in an effort to try and be different I guess they rip off the ending to Rise of the Planet of the Apes almost completely. This film is a testament to the true laziness of Hollywood...

    Ian Malcolm asks "How many times" at the end talking about the mistakes man has made when it comes to the dinosaurs...he might as well have been asking the same about these crappy movies. And before anyone asks...MoviePass
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom...

    [inhales deeply]

    HOLY ******* **** WHAT AN ABSOLUTE TRAINWRECK OF A PIECE OF ****! I CANT BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE ACTUALLY PAID TO WATCH THAT DUMPSTER FIRE! THIS IS ACTUALLY A BIGGER INSULT TO THE FRANCHISE THAN THE LAST GHOSTBUSTERS ABORTION WAS! EVERYONE INVOLVED SHOULD HANG THEIR HEADS IN SHAME...OR AT LEAST DANCE AROUND IN A BIG PILE OF MONEY LAUGHING AT ALL THE PEOPLE WHO WASTED THEIR TIME AND MONEY WATCHING THIS FILM. [/exhales]

    Ok so on a much calmer note this movie is all sorts of awful. Imagine if you took The Last World: Jurassic Park II and completely ripped off the basic plot only you then genetically engineered it with all the crappiness of Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World with just a pinch of the Tommy Lee Jones disaster Volcano and you maybe can begin to understand how awful this film is. The plot is so bad "Paint By Numbers" doesnt even cover it. They literally just steal parts of the other films and put them in there. Then they add in the stupid cloning side story which is worthless, then the dumb "Blue" storyline returns, then more made up dinosaurs (there are hundreds of species of dinosaurs why make up new ones?) and of course the hamfisted acting of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Then, in an effort to try and be different I guess they rip off the ending to Rise of the Planet of the Apes almost completely. This film is a testament to the true laziness of Hollywood...

    Ian Malcolm asks "How many times" at the end talking about the mistakes man has made when it comes to the dinosaurs...he might as well have been asking the same about these crappy movies. And before anyone asks...MoviePass
    Can't wait to see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaNorthStar View Post
    Can't wait to see it
    Might I suggest bringing a flask
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    Re: Who is in your Deadpool for Solo: Infinity War

    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Might I suggest bringing a flask
    I probably won't see it in the theater, so that was probably already going to happen..

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    A Quiet Place:
    In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence while hiding from monsters with ultra-sensitive hearing.

    Pretty good movie, but the very last little tidbit was rather weak compared to the rest of the movie: Cocking the shotgun? Really?

    Good suspense, good buildup to the monsters, the nitpick I had was that for how long they were surviving, they sure made quite a few rookie mistakes. Some mistakes happen, but the pros don't make them this often....

    Sorry for the random K in the hidden part, had to do a double color thing b/c of possible censoring.
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    Calibre:
    Two lifelong friends head up to an isolated Scottish Highlands village for a weekend hunting trip. Nothing could prepare them for what follows.

    The hints and red herrings make this a better movie than what it really was. A lot of "what ifs" and "will theys" throughout. Otherwise, a standard moral dilemma thriller. Worth a watch, but don't go into it wanting too much.
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    El Camino Christmas:

    The project, scripted by Melfi and writer Chris Wehner, is about a young man (Grimes) who seeks out a father he has never met and, through no fault of his own, ends up barricaded in a liquor store with five other people on Christmas Eve. The story takes place in the fictitious town of El Camino, NV.

    Starts off as a madcap comedy, adds some drama, and finishes with a Christmas touch. I expected NOTHING going into this movie (it has Tim Allen in it, for God's sake), but walked away from it satisfied as a halfway decent (although predictable) movie. I'd put it under a timekill movie at worst, eventual cult classic at best.
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    Rewatching the Matrix trilogy. It still holds up. The 3rd is still the worst, the 2nd the best (the Architect scene is a classic gem of a scene). And, well, Carrie Ann Moss.
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    Re: Who is in your Deadpool for Solo: Infinity War

    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Rewatching the Matrix trilogy. It still holds up. The 3rd is still the worst, the 2nd the best (the Architect scene is a classic gem of a scene). And, well, Carrie Ann Moss.
    Look I know we have our diasgreements but Iím going to draw the line here. Youíre ****ing nuts Brent if you think 2>1.




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    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    Look I know we have our diasgreements but Iím going to draw the line here. Youíre ****ing nuts Brent if you think 2>1.



    It's a close call. It really is. The Oracle/100 Agent Fight and Architect scenes win it for 2, for me. The initial WTeff of the first one was amazing. If those two scenes were less amazing on any level, then the first one wins it.
    At least we agree that the 3rd one, which is a Michael Bay wet dream, is the worst.
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