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"In Gotham City, mentally-troubled comedian Arthur Fleck embarks on a downward-spiral of social revolution and bloody crime. This path brings him face-to-face with his infamous alter-ego: "The Joker"."

Joker (2019)


Great movie. Phoenix was excellent, his body language and facial expressions -- said as much as his lines.

Amazing.

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Saw Joker yesterday and loved it. I think it's gonna whirl around in my head for days. It was so off kilter with what I'd expect to see in a Joker origin film and I friggin' adored that about it.

Depressing, funny, moving. For the first time ever I genuinely liked and felt for this guy. Yeah I didn't agree with all of his actions but I kinda understood it. I was thinking De Niro was just gonna be a cameo so I was pleased to see there was quite a bit more. The scenes with him and Joaquin were fabulous. As was Joaquin's whole performance, wowser!! And I never noticed this before, I think it was the suits, waistcoats and short trousers showing the socks, but yeah he was sexy as, sorry. Not sorry. 8/10

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We watched John Wick III over the weekend. It was just “okay”. Not as good as the first two. I really didn’t want to watch it in the first place, for personal reasons. Maybe I just wasn’t that into it. Has anyone else seen it yet?
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I watched two movies from the V.C. Andrews stories. Petals on the Wind and If There Be Thronw. There is also a remake of Flowers in the Attic, but I missed recording that one. They all have Heather Graham as the Mother, Corinne. Fairly cheesy movies, but the costumes, sets, and makeup were all great. They were all on Lifetime Movie Network.
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Passengers (2016)

"A spacecraft travelling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early."

This gets a lot of hate, but I enjoyed it. Good performances from the leads, impressive special effects and a stunning Thomas Newman score, make this worth watching.

A great performance from Michael Sheen as "Arthur the android" seals the deal.



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We watched The Irishman on Netflix over the weekend. Starring Robert Deniro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino. I felt this movie was good, but overly long. It could have been edited down to two or two and a half hours. It is over three hours long.
Also watched Murder Mystery starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. It was alright. More of a drama than comedy. I think these two do have great chemistry together onscreen. They feel like they are friends in real life.

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quote:
Originally posted by Pghgurl:
We watched John Wick III over the weekend. It was just “okay”. Not as good as the first two. I really didn’t want to watch it in the first place, for personal reasons. Maybe I just wasn’t that into it. Has anyone else seen it yet?

I have not seen part 3 and never will but I have seen part 1 and some of part 2. my opinion is its massive overkill. pun intended.
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Auto Focus (2002) 8/10

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The Paperboy (2012) 7/10

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Zyzzyx Road (2006) 4/10

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Ready Player One (2018) 8/10

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Scream 3 (2000) 3/10

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Scream 4 (2011) 5/10

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Killing Hasselhoff (2017) 6/10

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Everly (2014) 7/10

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Star Wars: The Rise of The Skywalker (2019)

"After Palpatine mysteriously returns, the Resistance faces the First Order once more in the final chapter of the Skywalker saga."


Not a bad way to end the trilogy. It's far from a classic, but it has many good things going for it. Sad knowing this will be the final Star Wars score for John Williams.

The Rise of The Skywalker Score

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A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011) 7/10

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The Replacements (2000) 5/10

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The Hunter (2011) 8/10

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Zombeavers (2014) 6/10

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I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006) 3/10

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Justice League Dark (2017) 7/10

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Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood (2019)

"A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles."


Excellent. A little slow at times, but the tremendous acting, stunning location shots and over-the-top ending make this one to watch.

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Watched a couple of fairly recent movies that were on TV here last week :

Peppermint (2018)

By-the-numbers revenge themed action-thriller starring Jennifer Garner, who is actually quite good as she provides
some emotional depth to her character in the first half, and tremendously kicks butt in the second. Hard to imagine
this is the same actress from light-hearted comedy fluff like 13 Going On 30 (which she did quite well too, i must say).

Blended (2014)

I'm not really a big fan of Adam Sandler comedies, but this one was pretty acceptable, mostly thanks to a charming
Drew Barrymore, and also the three young actresses who play Sandler's daughters provide some touching moments
as they struggle trying to cope with the loss of their mother while their dad reluctantly gets back in dating mode and
hooks up with Barrymore, a divorced mother of two young boys, for a truly disastrous first date. Their attraction for one
another gradually grows when they're stuck together at an African resort for couples.

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