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    Netflix has a cool short series called "The Movies that Made Us" that explores four huge movies from the 80's/early 90's. They have an episode on Dirty Dancing that I didn't bother to watch, but I did enjoy the ones for Die Hard, Home Alone, and Ghostbusters as those happen to be three of my favorite movies. The series talks to the people involved in the making of the movies and the stories behind all of it. For example, John Hughes was set up in the suburbs of Chicago and getting ready to film Home Alone when WB pulled the plug in a squabble over the production budget (the difference was between a $14.5 and $13 million budget, with Hughes wanting the higher of the two and WB wanting it done for 13). Unbeknownst to WB and most of the crew, Hughes had also been speaking off the record to the head guy at 20th Century who was all in for making the movie. The minute WB pulled the plug, one of the Producers went walking around the production campus and followed up the WB rep--who was telling everyone to pack up their stuff and go home--by telling everyone they shouldn't pack up and the movie was still on. It ended up being the third highest grossing movie of all time making more than $200 million. Woops.
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    Watched the Social Dilemma on Netflix. Highly recommend it, especially to those with kids


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    Watched “Con Air” the other night. Didn’t feel as disjointed when they were in Las Vegas - maybe it’s not as geographically incorrect as I thought when I first saw it, or it’s been so long since I’ve spent time on the Strip (and Las Vegas has changed so much) that I just didn’t notice as much. What a great rogues gallery this film had. And feel sorry for him but Steve Buscemi looks like he was born to play his character. Still a good film all these years later
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    “The Call Of The Wild” - never made it through the book as a kid, so not sure how faithful the movie was. I thought the CGI dogs would be more of a distraction, but I got used to them. Overall, not bad.
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    William Kelly's War, a really good low budget war movie.

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    My family is doing a new tradition (we did it before the kids were born, but we're bringing it back now that they're old enough to participate), where we watch Christmas movies and match an appropriate meal with it. Last night was A Christmas Story paired with Chinese food. My new favorite moment from this movie is the leadup to and line at 2:05 of the clip below. I laughed pretty hard at this last night:

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    Ahh A Christmas Story.....Its interesting movie for me because I guess its a popular movie but in Cleveland, its like part of the DNA. The house is here and some buy bought it about 20 years ago and fixed it up exactly like the movie. I used to think it was just a local movie but I have had to take out of town people to visit and take pictures or even go inside. They even hold a 5k called The Christmas Story 5k.

    Interesting tidbit. The mom was in Slap Shot and she wasn't very mom like

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    You Were Never Really Here

    Directed by Lynn Ramsay (We Need To Talk About Kevin)


    Very intense film. Like it coulda been an action flick, but was nothing of the sort. More like a realistic portrayal of a hired gun who rescues kids/teens from the sex trade.
    Joaquin's great in the role. The sound design and score of this film are excellent.

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    Pretty decent airplane hijacking drama that fully takes place in the cockpit.

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the mostly mellow pilot carries the whole show, while one of the young hijackers is played as a sympathetic character that just doesn't wash... kill those fuckers at the first chance you get, I say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave's Dreidel View Post

    Very disappointed in both prequels, but especially Prometheus.
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    I've had the Journey's End and Bram Stoker's Dracula DVD's from Netfix sitting here since 9/15/20.

    Weather or not I actually watch them this weekend... I think it's time to finally pull the plug on DVD's in the mail. Even when you go to the site to load up your queue, all they have in new releases is TV series that are streaming... hardly any new films due to the pandemic.

    Streaming actually killed my movie fixation and I haven't even watched a full movie since The Blob on Halloween and 7500 last week... both of which were streamed.

    Oh well... it's been a very, very good run.
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    Hillbilly Elegy.

    A friend recommended it, watched it yesterday. A bit of a tear jerker...but good

    Still reeling about 47 still getting Netflix DVD’s by mail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wombattt View Post
    Hillbilly Elegy.

    A friend recommended it, watched it yesterday. A bit of a tear jerker...but good

    Still reeling about 47 still getting Netflix DVD’s by mail.
    Oh! I need to watch that. I can't believe it's as bad as all the reviews I've read. Absolutely brutal.

    Yeah, I've kept the DVD Netflix because it used to be the quickest way to see big new releases ASAP and hard to find stuff. Picture quality used to matter but streaming on the lowest priced tier through Spectrum has actually been very good.

    If big blockbusters ever come back, I won't have any problem paying a little extra to stream them... it will still be cheaper than a theater.

    Probably be watching Wonder Woman 1984 on Christmas... if my HBO Max app through Prime is carrying it. I cancelled the HBO Max regular subscription that Roku still doesn't carry.

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    Thumbs up Drive - Ryan Gosling



    Really good flick. His best, in my opinion.

    Here it is streaming free on tubi > > https://tubitv.com/movies/556682/drive?start=true
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    "True History Of The Kelly Gang". Except it's not, so I learned nothing!
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