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  1. Villain of 2020: #1-Jim Carry's Doctor Robotnik (Sonic The Hedgehog) Runner-Up: Russell Crowe's Road Rage Motorist (Unhinged) 3. Miles (The Turning)
  2. Beautiful song in the after credits, "Dont Fear The Reaper". Old school Madonna-esque. Had to get it on Google Play. Even better ear candy coming through a set of headphones 🙂🎶🎶
  3. The movie has an extremely slow first two acts, before the apocalyptic finish. Surprising, considering the movie is only around 90 minutes. Is this the final FOX movie, before Marvel Studios takes over?
  4. 2020 Villain List Update #1-Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotnik (Sonic The Hedgehog) Runner Up-Russell Crowe's Road Rage Motorist (Unhinged) 3. Miles (The Turning) Russell Crowe's villain is terrifying, no doubt, but I felt there was a huge deficit in charisma, in comparison to Jim Carrey's Robotnik. A great villain is a little psychotic, violent, but also has to have the gift of gab too 😂! The weak dialogue in Crowe's script couldn't match the radiancy of Carrey's performance 😂. 2019: #1-Jake Gyllenhaal's Quentin Beck (Spider-Man: Far From Home) Runner Up-Palpatine (Star Wars 9)
  5. *Frozen 2020 Villain List Update* #1. Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotnik (Sonic The Hedgehog) Runner Up: Miles (The Turning) Frozen for several months, due the pandemic, local theaters are beginning to reopen, so the list is unfrozen. Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotnik faces a stiff challenge for the top spot, from Russell Crowe's road rage motorist 😂.
  6. Pandemic Frozen 2020 Villain List: #1-Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotnik (Sonic The Hedgehog) Runner Up- Miles (The Turning) 3. Hal (The Call of the Wild) 4. The Invisible Man 5. Black Mask (Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey
  7. It's amazing what you find out about yourself, in a global pandemic 😊. Before the pandemic, I was walking about 3-4 miles a day, and still not dropping enough weight. The nationwide shutdown added an extra 1-2 miles of daily walking, and I dropped that extra weight that I couldnt seem to lose 😊. Now I realize exactly how much daily walking I need. After the pandemic, I'll be looking for a treadmill machine, to do that extra 2 miles at home.
  8. This health crisis is really opening my eyes to the thin line between profitability and bankruptcy, among the big powerful conglomerate companies. I figured most of them could ride this out, no problem. Yet I'm seeing a lot of layoffs, furloughs, all kinds of penny pinching measures. AMC may go out of business! The only ones that can truly survive this is the big 4 sports (MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL).
  9. Due to the Coronavirus shutting down theaters, the 2020 Villain list is frozen 😊. If there's no other releases this year, that would give the top villain spot to the current leader, Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotik (Sonic The Hedgehog), with runner-up , The Turning's spoiled, privileged problem kid, Miles 😂. Jim Carrey's villain was not a lock by any means. There were some heavy hitters coming up, like Charlize Theron's latest reign of terror (Fast 9) 😂. Frozen 2020 Villain List: #1-Jim Carrey's Doctor Robotnik(Sonic The Hedgehog) Runner Up-Miles (The Turning) 3. Hal (The Call of the Wild) 4. The Invisible Man 5. Black Mask (Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey) Robotik-"Are you in charge here?" Soldier-"Yes I a..." Robotnik-"NOPE!!" Soldier-"I..." Robotnik-"WRONG!!" Soldier-"My name is..." Robotnik-"I'm in charge!!" Soldier-"Major..." Robotnik-"ME! I'm in've never seen this before...this says I'm the top banana, in a world full of hungry little monkeys. Allow me to clarify...(run on sentence 😂) in a sequentially ranked hierarchy based on level of critical importance the disparity between us is too vast to quantify. Agent Stone? Bodyguard-"The doctor thinks you're basic." Robotnik-"Is he still looking at me funny?" Bodyguard-"Yes he is" Robotnik-"Tell him to stop, or I'll pull up his search history." 😂😂😂
  10. One of those re-imaginings 😊. The Celestials that I know from the comics are giants, and thankfully they got that right. They were thick, muscular though...the Celestials here are on a slim fast diet 😂.
  11. I had the twist figured out by the start of the third act 😂. Wouldn't have worked as part of any connected classic creature universe. Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman etc were actual creatures. This isn't quite that, its more on the sci-fi/technology end.
  12. Doing great in the US, but those OS numbers are coming in China is gonna hurt too. It's looking to likely finish in the 300-350 range, putting it well behind Rampage. Was hoping it could topple Rampage, but it's not showing much OS draw.
  13. I was one of the critics of the use of CGI, that could easily have been done by a real trained dog 😊. CGI characters should only be used when necessary. CGI creature or monster, rather than a man in a cheap halloween costume, for instance. Some of the dog's movements did look stiff and robotic, but overall they did a nice job of making you forget that its a computer generated creation. Some of the stunts that were done, I guess CGI was necessary. This is the kind of feel good, inspirational story that could have worked as counter-programing to Star Wars and Jumanji during the holiday season. Came out a couple months late. You'll probably spend the first half of the movie wondering where the marquee star is 😊...but he eventually shows up, and it becomes a heartwarming buddy movie. The grizzly bear 😂...intimidation display 😂...growl, slam its paw, splashing water 😂...A-
  14. Now I'm sensing that the man-child from the original is not in this...the doll will now possess whoever takes ownership of it.
  15. The psychological games she goes through in the trailer has me thinking I will like this 😂. BTW, is this part of Universal's connected monster universe?
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