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PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:37 pm 
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I picked up Lucky - I had no idea it was released but there it was at walmart
can't wait!
also ordered a region free Barfly blu ray disc...one of my favorites since I could remember
still have it on VHS though


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AppTrans wrote: *
I picked up Lucky - I had no idea it was released but there it was at walmart
can't wait!
Well then, guess I’ll be going to Walmart tomorrow. Thanks for the tip!


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I finally saw Come and See. it was phenomenal - definitely the best anti-war movie I've ever seen
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I would recommend watching it in its original language, just put on subtitles
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important movie to watch
you won't forget it


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the new It was bland imo. Not a scary moment at all. The miniseries is gold in comparison. Way more effective.


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I would see that My Friend Dahmer movie. one of my favorite Intervision releases is called The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer. It's a shot-on-video movie & it's fascinating since it was made right after all the headlines came out. Actually pretty disturbing portrayals in this SOV gem


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the new It was bland imo. Not a scary moment at all. The miniseries is gold in comparison. Way more effective.
It was supposed to be directed by Cary Fukunaga. I wish he'd made it instead of the hack that ended up making it. I refuse to see the film.

https://moviepilot.com/p/cary-fukunaga- ... al/4362649


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re-watched Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, a favorite of mine since I was a youngster
love the Python


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Elektro Moskva
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was awesome.
there were some synths I really wanna find...probably cost a leg and an arm.


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Watched I Don't Feel at Home in this World Anymore yesterday. Always satisfying watching assholes get served. And I've been a fan of Melanie Lynskey since Heavenly Creatures. 8D


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that movie was good, LL

I am hoping to see The Phantom Thread over the weekend


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I enjoyed The Polka King on Netflix...nothing profound but simple fun.


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Phantom Thread was gripping!

I loved the breakfast scene!

"It's like you rode a horse across the room."


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didn't get to see it but perhaps tomorrow !!!
watch Blade Runner 2049 again over the weekend and loved it even more


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yo the new Yorgos Lanthimos movie was great
called The Killing of a Sacred Deer
his best since Dogtooth, imo


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AppTrans wrote: *
yo the new Yorgos Lanthimos movie was great
called The Killing of a Sacred Deer
his best since Dogtooth, imo
Saw it in theaters. Bought the blu ray this week and watched it again. Great film.


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