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  1. Will do a full list in a few weeks once I've seen a few more. But Onward is #1 so far, I think it's highly underrated.
  2. Not surprised at all that this is likely moving. Not sure if it will be all the way until November, but I guess we'll see.
  3. Yea this isn't bad! Ending felt pretty meh for me, but I don't really know what else I was expecting story-wise. Much better that a lot of Gerard Butler's recent action movies. Would have been curious as to how it could have done in theaters, I wouldn't have been surprised with a run similar to Angel has Fallen if it had come out in, say, 2019. 6.5/10
  4. Thoroughly enjoyed this, glad it was able to come out just in the nick of time.
  5. I completely understand the "mixed bag" sentiment, and I strongly believe that. Not in the sense that this movie is middle-of-the-road, but rather than there were some genuinely great moments, and then some scenes where I was thinking wtf is going on. On top of all the previously-mentioned themes, I was intrigued as well by the film's commentary on performative activism, which sadly became all-too-common this year with people using social media platforms to try and "prove to the world how good they are" without actually doing anything. Cast was great (Corden was... hmm, I mean I'm not sure what else I should have expected, but I feel like I'm beating a dead horse so I'll chalk it up to unsteady direction on Murphy's part as well). Meryl Streep is one of my favourite actresses, will gladly watch anything she does. B-/B
  6. Lol I was definitely taken off-guard by the first couple kills in this (I knew it was R rated but for some reason I was expecting something similar to Happy Death Day, not 2009's Friday the 13th). But yea, this was a blast. Loved Vince Vaughn, the rest of the cast was pretty great too. The scene with Vaugn and her crush in the backseat had me genuinely laughing out loud.
  7. Shoot I'm regretting not making a list of movies I saw in the first 2.5 months of the year before the shutdowns began because I'm sure I'll be missing a few, and I can't remember the exact dates but I'm going to do the best I can from memory since I'm 99% sure I won't see another movie in theaters this year due to my province being locked down until the New Year. January Jan 7 - Little Women (7.8/10) Jan 8 - The Lighthouse (5/10) Jan 10 - Underwater (5.2/10) Jan 11 - Motherless Brooklyn (6.1/10) Jan 12 - 1917 (8.8/10) Jan 14 - Just Mercy (8.0/10) Jan 14 - Peanut Butter Falcon (7.3/10) Jan 17 - Bad Boys for Life (6.4/10) Jan 24 - The Last Full Measure (7.0/10) Jan 28 - The Gentlemen (6.3/10) February Feb 7 - Harriet (7.5/10) Feb 10 - Dark Waters (7.9/10) Feb 11 - Birds of Prey (6.8/10) Feb 15 - 1917 (8.8/10) Feb 18 - Fantasy Island (4.5/10) Feb 21 - Sonic the Hedgehog (6.3/10) Feb 22 - Brahms: The Boy 2 (3.2/10) Feb 23 - Call of the Wild (7.2/10) Feb 27 - The Invisible Man (6.6/10) March Mar 10 - The Way Back (7.4/10) July July 7 - Jaws (7.5/10) July 11 - The Goonies (6.5/10) July 31 - Mission Impossible: Fallout IMAX (9.0/10) August Aug 18 - Unhinged (5.5/10) Aug 27 - Tenet (6.8/10) October Oct 13 - Honest Thief (4.4/10) November Nov 10 - Let Him Go (6.1/10) Total: 27
  8. Seeing these two comments juxtaposed one after the other is hilarious. One with an optimistic view, although I would remain skeptical about embracing just yet. And the other pretty much Chicken Little "the sky is falling" that I think will just keep posting about how "the pandemic will never end" until the end of time.
  9. I think this is one of the coolest things to come out of the Disney presentation.
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