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  1. #1061
    Hell or High Water.

    Pretty good. Nice acting. Good ending.

    It gave me a new appreciation for life in West Texas.

  2. #1062
    Quote Originally Posted by hlh View Post
    Hell or High Water.
    Just had dinner with two other couples and they raved about the movie. One of the women said it is the only movie she has ever seen that she wouldn't mind seeing again.

    All the best,
    GJ

  3. #1063
    Jason Borne....I think the 4th one or 5th, who knows anymore, was tuff to watch, I bet they didn't change 50 words in the whole script from the first 2-3......I don't get these actors/writers can't do a new thought for it........

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    Watched an oldie last night, The Slipper and The Rose . It's yet another Cinderella variation; a musical with Gemma Craven and Richard Chamberlain. Yesterday was our 45th anniversary so we went for a combination of romance and nostalgia.
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  5. #1065
    I watched Upgrade the other night. It wasn't great but was entertaining and made me wish that tech actually existed.

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    went to "Motherless Brooklyn" tonight. Good flick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pfcs49 View Post
    went to "Motherless Brooklyn" tonight. Good flick!
    I liked this too. It was panned by critics, but I loved Ed Norton's performance as a 1950s NYC private eye with Tourette's syndrome. Cinematography was also excellent.

    Other films I have seen recently that I liked include these:

    • Parasite
    • Harriet
    • Jojo Rabbit
    • Ford v. Ferrari


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  8. #1068
    The Russian Five. An awesome movie for hockey fans that will appeal to everyone.

  9. #1069
    Saw "Waves" tonight in a sneak. It won't open until early December. Very popular at the Toronto Film Festival in Sept. Gut wrenching story about a father and his two children (son and daughter) and their relationships. Amazing acting, especially by Sterling K. Brown.



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    "The Very Long Engagement" (might be "A" instead of "The" if you search it)
    French with subtitles.
    WW1 time frame, soldiers and the woman left behind perspective. Brilliantly written and portrayed by actors. Cinematography from the trenches to the sea side mountains is great.
    Multiple sub plots that connect to main plot very well. You'll recognize 1 American actress.
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