What was the last movie you watched?

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Okay, on second to last episode and pretty bored, Hope the finale is great. I seriously loved the whole season until episode 7.
I just saw the episode where she and Joel got remarried in a drunken stupor and it looks like they will be back in divorce court. I enjoy Midge onstage and her interactions with Susy, but I don't care much for the Shy Baldwin storyline and his posse of misfits. Yup, I too hope things get better before the final episode.
 

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I just saw the episode where she and Joel got remarried in a drunken stupor and it looks like they will be back in divorce court. I enjoy Midge onstage and her interactions with Susy, but I don't care much for the Shy Baldwin storyline and his posse of misfits. Yup, I too hope things get better before the final episode.
Well, now I want the next season :p
 

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The Art of Racing In The Rain :star::star::star: and 3/4 :star:

Storyline about a race car driver and his dog Enzo. Fine acting by Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried and two Golden Retrievers named Parker and Butler. The dog's voice is supplied by Kevin Costner.

 

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Joker :star::star::star: and a half :star:

I wanted to see this since there was much hype regarding Joaquin Phoenix's performance leading up to and including his Oscar. One of the most violent flicks I have seen in recent years and definitely not for anyone under the age of 18 IMHO.

 

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Joker :star::star::star: and a half :star:

I wanted to see this since there was much hype regarding Joaquin Phoenix's performance leading up to and including his Oscar. One of the most violent flicks I have seen in recent years and definitely not for anyone under the age of 18 IMHO.

Yuck! I had to see it for the same reasons. Yes, he was great. Could not stand the film.
 

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I need a good movie. Been so busy moving. haven't bothered going to movies. I need something worthwhile!

Oh, I saw the new Little Women. I am a huge fan of the book and al the movies. I am convinced Saoirse Ronan does no wrong and can't wait to see what becomes of Great Gerwig.
 

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They will probably have social distance seating soon, like they did before they got shut down.
 

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Oh my gosh, do you think we'll ever go to the movies again? Last thing I saw in theaters was Little Women the first week of Jan! I normally go weekly, but with my move I got sidetracked.
I don't remember having been to the theater since mid-Feb OR if I was, then it must not have been a good enough experience to remember. Meanwhile on DVD I've seen:

A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood ...⭐⭐⭐ and a half ⭐

Bombshell...⭐⭐⭐

Richard Jewell...⭐⭐⭐ and a half ⭐



I also have watched most of The Loudest Voice...⭐⭐⭐⭐.. a seven part mini from Showtime with Russell Crowe playing Roger Ailes...great performance and amazing makeup
 

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I don't remember having been to the theater since mid-Feb OR if I was, then it must not have been a good enough experience to remember. Meanwhile on DVD I've seen:

A Beautiful Day In the Neighborhood ...⭐⭐⭐ and a half ⭐

Bombshell...⭐⭐⭐

Richard Jewell...⭐⭐⭐ and a half ⭐



I also have watched most of The Loudest Voice...⭐⭐⭐⭐.. a seven part mini from Showtime with Russell Crowe playing Roger Ailes...great performance and amazing makeup

I agree. Loudest Voice was great.

Saw The Invisible Man - pretty good. Not as much horror as it is thriller.

Also saw the remake of Valley Girl. Great 80s music, horrible movie!

Downtown Abby movie - meh. I loved the show, must just be over the story, I was bored.

The Gentleman - great cast, interesting characters. Not my kind of movie.

The Way Back - Ben Affleck was great. Nice to see him in a serious piece again.
 
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Knives Out :star::star::star::star: Prime Video
A classic whodunnit flick with several motives for the murder of a man who appears to have taken his own life. Daniel Craig, Christopher Plummer, Chris Evans and Michael Shannon with a grand supporting cast keep the story interesting.
 

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The Peanut Butter Falcon :star::star::star: and a half :star:

Zak, a young man with Down syndrome, runs away from the nursing home where he lives to chase his dream of becoming a professional wrestler by attending the wrestling school run by his hero The Salt Water Redneck. With Dakota Johnson, Shia LaBeouf, Thomas Haden Church and Bruce Dern.

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