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Old 02-26-2017, 12:02 AM   #18881 (permalink)
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Singin' in the Rain in the theater. More on that here.

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They played Singing in the Rain about two weeks after Debbie Reynolds died....i saw it twice


i had a conversation with Exo this morning and i think we both agree.....2016 has been a year of incredibly emotional and thought provoking films....you'd have to be living under a rock or brand new here to not know what my favorite film of 2016 is....as it is officially my favorite film ever. I finally sat down and watched....


Manchester by the Sea

right from the get go i had feelings of "In the Bedroom" but i really was not prepared for such an emotionally crushing film. This is an enthralling and amazing film....i was pulled into it directly from the start and it stuck with me for several hours after....wonderful performances from everyone in it....but this one is heavy....i mean really heavy...i honestly don't think i will ever watch it again just because of how incredibly demanding it is....still an amazing script that may with amazing performances by the entire cast
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On my list for sure.

The Untouchables

Have to watch this every 5 years or so. Since we're talking about popcorn movies I'd put this one in that category. Every character is so over the top but so fun. Such a departure for De Palma but he really did a great job on it.
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i had a conversation with Exo this morning and i think we both agree.....2016 has been a year of incredibly emotional and thought provoking films....you'd have to be living under a rock or brand new here to not know what my favorite film of 2016 is....as it is officially my favorite film ever. I finally sat down and watched....


Manchester by the Sea

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I snatched this up when I was at Wal-Mart the other day. I will most likely pop it in later on or tomorrow and get into it.

I also picked up Nocturnal Animals., I wanted to see it so badly but it went quickly out of theaters near me.
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i give you credit for buying it.....it is seriously a great film but i foresee it collecting dust after one viewing....maybe two
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I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy all of the films nominated for Best Picture this year. 2016 was truly a great year in film.
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right from the get go i had feelings of "In the Bedroom" but i really was not prepared for such an emotionally crushing film. This is an enthralling and amazing film....i was pulled into it directly from the start and it stuck with me for several hours after....wonderful performances from everyone in it....but this one is heavy....i mean really heavy...i honestly don't think i will ever watch it again just because of how incredibly demanding it is....still an amazing script that may with amazing performances by the entire cast
Completely agree. Casey Affleck couldn't have played that character any better. And the interplay between him and Hedges was amazing every step of the way. I love these types of small town films with lots of quiet times but with so many layers of scar tissue simmering right below the surface.

"I can't beat it. I just can't".

Totally deserved all of the accolades.
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