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Old 11-07-2022, 11:33 AM   #24191 (permalink)
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This was a fun one. Lots of nostalgia and wackiness as it chronicles Al's career through blatant, but sometimes believable exaggerations.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyYZOtAxYKY
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Old 11-07-2022, 12:09 PM   #24192 (permalink)
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Also, Toby Huss did great job as his Dad. He's aged well.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zysOEUd1YwQ
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Old 11-07-2022, 03:21 PM   #24193 (permalink)
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This was a fun one. Lots of nostalgia and wackiness as it chronicles Al's career through blatant, but sometimes believable exaggerations.
Spoiler for Giveaway about the ending:
I loved the gags all through the credits right up until it faded to black.

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Old 11-07-2022, 03:58 PM   #24194 (permalink)
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Gotta spoiler alert that!

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So sorry - Remark patched above.
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Spoiler for anutherr shpoilah:
It took me a minute to figure out that wasn't actually DR D. lol Been listening to him since the start and Rainn took that part and ran with it
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Old 12-03-2022, 10:53 AM   #24197 (permalink)
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1917

I don't think I've been this affected by a war film since Saving Private Ryan/Band of Brothers Season 1.

I mean, the Netflix All Quiet on the Western Front had some insane set pieces and acting but 1917 was just balls to the wall suspense and perfection. I don't think you could ask more from an action/suspense film. It reminded me of the border crossing in Sicario but for two whole hours. Brilliant cinematography by the GOAT Roger Deakins and a score that complimented the film well. I usually don't like when the music tells me when I should start feeling emotional but Mendes figured out a way to get me their first so the music accentuated the moment real well.

I was floored by it really. Amazing movie.
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Old 12-04-2022, 12:35 PM   #24198 (permalink)
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1917

I don't think I've been this affected by a war film since Saving Private Ryan/Band of Brothers Season 1.

I mean, the Netflix All Quiet on the Western Front had some insane set pieces and acting but 1917 was just balls to the wall suspense and perfection. I don't think you could ask more from an action/suspense film. It reminded me of the border crossing in Sicario but for two whole hours. Brilliant cinematography by the GOAT Roger Deakins and a score that complimented the film well. I usually don't like when the music tells me when I should start feeling emotional but Mendes figured out a way to get me their first so the music accentuated the moment real well.

I was floored by it really. Amazing movie.
I still gotta see that.

My two recent watches:



A decent watch, Elliot as per usual is great but the plot is a little hamstrung and the bigfoot was disappointing - if not a little gross.



Now this was great. A complete mind bender. Similar in concept to some of the more trippy Twilight Zone episodes. You don't know what to believe, you don't know what's real, don't know who to trust. If you've got Amazon Prime, you can watch it for free.
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Now this was great. A complete mind bender. Similar in concept to some of the more trippy Twilight Zone episodes. You don't know what to believe, you don't know what's real, don't know who to trust. If you've got Amazon Prime, you can watch it for free.
I think I read that the dialogue for that film was written as the movie was being filmed.
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I think I read that the dialogue for that film was written as the movie was being filmed.
Really? I believe it. From the beginning, it really all feels natural. Like you're there at the dinner party with them.
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