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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    I'm half an hour into El Camino...the age differences in the actors is taking me right out of the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    I'm half an hour into El Camino...the age differences in the actors is taking me right out of the movie.
    Don't do drugs. Pretty sure you've seen the pics.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    I'm half an hour into El Camino...the age differences in the actors is taking me right out of the movie.
    I was afraid of that. Haven't seen it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    I was afraid of that. Haven't seen it yet.
    I think he overstates it. It's not a ZOMG movie, but it is solid closure. There will be NOTHING to blow your mind. It's a simple "What happened to Jesse" movie, and it's solid in that aspect.
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    Mookie tried the laundromat

    Have to watch again. Accents were hard to follow and mookie missed a lot of dialogue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Mookie tried the laundromat

    Have to watch again. Accents were hard to follow and mookie missed a lot of dialogue.
    I actually GOT the accents. I have trouble with some accents, especially c*ney ones. This movie, no problem. The movie is great, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    I actually GOT the accents. I have trouble with some accents, especially c*ney ones. This movie, no problem. The movie is great, though.
    What mookie followed he liked. Why gonna give it a couple more looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    What mookie followed he liked. Why gonna give it a couple more looks
    The cast is excellent, and it 'splains a few things to some folk.
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    Don't do drugs. Pretty sure you've seen the pics.....
    Nope. That explanation doesnt work. The flashbacks are the biggest offender because they take place DURING the show and people look way different than they did on the show. Hell Pinkman looks too old in a Flashback from BEFORE he was even captured.

    The movie so far is OK...but they tried too hard to include a bunch of stuff for the fans that make zero sense. They should have jumped the timeline ahead more (cause a lot of it doesnt look like it is one day after the end of Breaking Bad) and not included cameos from people who it is blatantly obvious have aged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Nope. That explanation doesnt work. The flashbacks are the biggest offender because they take place DURING the show and people look way different than they did on the show. Hell Pinkman looks too old in a Flashback from BEFORE he was even captured.

    The movie so far is OK...but they tried too hard to include a bunch of stuff for the fans that make zero sense. They should have jumped the timeline ahead more (cause a lot of it doesnt look like it is one day after the end of Breaking Bad) and not included cameos from people who it is blatantly obvious have aged.
    Yeah I wish they would have just focused on Jessie six years later

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Nope. That explanation doesnt work. The flashbacks are the biggest offender because they take place DURING the show and people look way different than they did on the show. Hell Pinkman looks too old in a Flashback from BEFORE he was even captured.

    The movie so far is OK...but they tried too hard to include a bunch of stuff for the fans that make zero sense. They should have jumped the timeline ahead more (cause a lot of it doesnt look like it is one day after the end of Breaking Bad) and not included cameos from people who it is blatantly obvious have aged.
    I guess I just didn't get hung up on that. The movie is not mind-blowing, it just provides closure to Jesse's story, and I was fine with that. That is all I wanted out of it.
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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    The Laundromat was a fun little romp. The twist ending with the monologue was unexpected. It was what I expected: a good Netflix time killer with the right cast assembled for it. But it just seemed like it was missing something....
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    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    The Laundromat was a fun little romp. The twist ending with the monologue was unexpected. It was what I expected: a good Netflix time killer with the right cast assembled for it. But it just seemed like it was missing something....
    IMO, it was a little flippant? But, that is also what I liked about it. It was an oddball style of delivery.
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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    Quote Originally Posted by French Rage View Post
    Apparently the people who live near the stairs are getting a bit annoyed though.
    Well, then maybe they shouldn’t have chosen to live next to stairs.

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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    Looks like Frank Sheeran will need to “take care of a matter” for Jimmy Hoffa here: https://youtu.be/ntpwLPAnRJQ

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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    Sounds like Terminator is gonna crash and burn at the BO. I gotta admit the more I see of the trailers the more awful some of the CGI and acting looks. Still seeing it Friday but I have almost zero faith in Tim Miller.
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    Re: Movies 51 - Rise of the Frozen Joker: Chapter II: Dark Fate

    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    Sounds like Terminator is gonna crash and burn at the BO. I gotta admit the more I see of the trailers the more awful some of the CGI and acting looks. Still seeing it Friday but I have almost zero faith in Tim Miller.
    But James Cameron says it's Aces, so it has to be good...right?

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