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euro60

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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #105 on: June 16, 2020, 03:48:04 PM »

Dan, just curious: did you see the original (La Cage Aux Folles), or the Hollywood remake (The Birdcage)? It's been YEARS but I seem to recall that I was quite disappointed with the Hollywood remake, whereas the original French movie is a timeless classic that indeed was way ahead of its time (I mean, we are talking pre-AIDS era).
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #106 on: June 16, 2020, 04:19:45 PM »

It was the Robin Williams / Nathan Lane version. I don't know what I was expecting, but I certainly wasn't expecting it to be so entertaining.

I did crack to my wife, "I don't think this movie is going to pass the Bechtel test."
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #107 on: June 17, 2020, 06:38:24 AM »

1. Uncut Gems - 8
2. Knives Out - 8
3. 1917 - 10
4. Parasite - 8
5. Jojo Rabbit - 7
6. The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Amazon Prime) - 7
7. The Irishman (Netflix) - 9
8. Under the Silver Lake (Amazon Prime) - 5
9. You Were Never Really Here (Amazon Prime) - 7
10. Suspiria (2018) (Amazon Prime) - 6
11. Midsommar (Rewatch on Amazon Prime in 4K)
12. Blue is the Warmest Color (Netflix) - 6
13. Paris Je t'aime (VOD) - 5
14. Marriage Story - 8
15. The Gentlemen - 7
16. American Factory - 9
17. The Invisible Man (2020) - 8
18. The Shining
19. The Karate Kid (1984)
20. Old School
21. Get Out
22. The Nightingale (Hulu) - 8
23. Zombieland
24. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
25. Rocky IV
26. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
27. The Ten Commandments
28. Onward (Disney Plus) - D+, 8
29. Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened
30. Semi-Pro - 4
31. Wreck-It Ralph
32. Her Smell (HBO Now) - 9
33. The Lighthouse (Amazon Prime) - 6
34. Diego Maradona (HBO Now) - 8
35. Bad News Bears (2005) - 5
36. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
37. National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
38. Raiders of the Lost Ark
39. Caddyshack
40. Phantasm - 3
41. 2001: A Space Odyssey
42. The Sound of Music
43. The Princess Bride
44. Mary Poppins
45. The Muppet Movie
46. J'ai Perdu Mon Corps (I Lost My Body) (Netflix) - 7
47. Monsters, Inc.
48. Monsters University
49. Zootopia
50. As Above So Below (Netflix) - 5
51-57. Harry Potter 2-8
58. The Intouchables - 8
59. Total Recall (1990)
60. The Fugitive
61. Willow

62. Top Gun
63. Finding Nemo
64. Ratatouille
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #108 on: June 24, 2020, 10:11:31 AM »

1. THE GOOD LIAR - 01/01/2020 - Picture Show Merchant's Walk w/va_vacious and Barb - I expected the main bit going in, but didn't see it taking the turn that it took. JIM CARTER'S EYEBROWS on the big screen! We did enjoy seeing different trailers for movies. Maybe the 2nd run theatres get alternate trailers? Oh, and someone in the audience clapped at the end of this film and that seemed absurd to us. Fun, but absurd.
2. FIVE FEET APART - 01/01/2020 - HBO - Sappy and cheesy and sweet. I liked the way social media was used in the flim. Haley Lu Richardson is a charmer on all levels and I finally get the internet's obsession with Cole Sprouse.
3. 1917 - 01/18/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe w/va_vacious - What an amazing movie-going experience! I was 100% invested in every second of this movie.
4. THE GENTLEMEN - 01/25/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe w/va_vacious, Beth, and Gwynner - I wasn't a big fan of the framing device for telling this story, but it kinda worked despite taking most of the bite away from the movie.
5. LITTLE WOMEN - 02/03/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe - The definition of cozy. Just wish I'd had a nice cuppa and a throw while I watched it.
6. JOKER - 02/07/2020 - Amazon Streaming w/The Greg - Watching Arthur with Murray Franklin kept making me think about how differently that famed Joaquin appearance on Letterman could have ended. That might be the only thing I enjoyed about the movie.
7. ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD - 02/08/2020 - Amazon Streaming w/The Greg - repeat viewing - AND I STILL LOVED IT!
8. JOJO RABBIT - 02/09/2020 - AMC Barrett Commons - I get the appeal of the ScarJo performance now. I'll also watch Thomasin McKenzie in anything.
9. PS: I STILL LOVE YOU - 02/13/2020 - Netflix - Such a satisfying sequel to the best romcom in YEARS. I'm 100% happy to live in this world again. I'm pretty sure I'll watch this a billion more times with va_vacious.
10. 1917 - 02/15/2020 - Studio Movie Grill w/The Greg, Rick, and Tori - repeat viewing
11. MIDSOMMAR - 02/16/2020 - Amazon Prime - It was a vision. It was a unique story. It was disturbing AF. I may never eat another meat pie again.
12. THE PHOTOGRAPH - 02/23/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe w/va_vacious - I liked this, but didn't love it. I wanted something that wasn't so serious. WHY SO SERIOUS? Falling in love should be fun.
13. THE THING ABOUT HARRY - 02/24/2020 - Freeform - A lovely tv rom-com that I would quickly describe as a Millennial, gay WHEN HARRY MET SALLY. Great chemistry between the two leads. Adorable and fun.
14. THE CALL OF THE WILD - 03/03/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe w/va_vacious - We wanted a light and fun movie for a Tuesday and that is what we got. It seemed like the kind of movie that I would have watched in the gym with my elementary school. I would have said it was a kids' movie, but the actual kids who were in the theatre when we saw it seemed to be very bored.
15. HARLEY QUINN: BIRDS OF PREY - 03/10/2020 - AMC Pkwy Pointe - This was FANTABULOUS indeed. I never saw SUICIDE SQUAD and really have no desire to see it. But, I am all on-board for this movie about Harley and the Birds. I laughed so much and had a great time. The action was great. The movie wasn't too long. The performances were just right. I want a caution tape fringe jacket. YES YES YES. Edited to add that the line "Hair-tie?" nearly made me choke up. Action sequences and dialogue written for women by women! SO AWESOME! (I just looked it up after typing this and I guess everyone feels the same way!)

Looks like my last trip to a movie theatre was my last movie update. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, LAND.

I can't remember what I've watched since 3/10, but it's crazy to me that I didn't note that it felt a little weird being in the theatre at that time. I remember getting popcorn and sitting down and really wishing that I could go wash my hands before eating. But, since I was at the movie alone and I didn't want to take my popcorn with me, I let the fates decide.

I've mostly been watching TV during quarantine or re-watching movies on cable as they just show up while we're channel-surfing.

I did have the pleasure of introducing va_vacious to THE LADIES MAN on Saturday. She had never seen it. I made fish sandwiches for dinner and drank Topo Chico out of a Courvoisier® glass to mark the occasion.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #109 on: June 24, 2020, 12:14:59 PM »

If you had to give THE LADIES MAN a number grade, what would you give it?
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #110 on: June 24, 2020, 02:06:48 PM »

If you had to give THE LADIES MAN a number grade, what would you give it?

5 pickled pigs feet!
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #111 on: June 28, 2020, 06:37:52 PM »

Movies seen in 2020 (new movies in bold):
1. Spotlight
2. K2: Beyond the Comfort Zone
3. Uncut Gems

4. Dragonheart
5. Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse
6. Strictly Ballroom
7. Zodiac
8. Long Shot
9. Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood
10. X-Men: Dark Phoenix
11. Stuber
12. Ad Astra
13. The Dawn Wall
14. Mountain

15. Moulin Rouge
16. Parasite
17. American Factory

18. Thank You For Smoking
19. Kickboxer
20. Blade Runner
21. JCVD
22. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
23. Hackers
24. Jojo Rabbit
25. To All The Boys I've Loved Before

26. Legally Blonde
27. Bombshell
28. Downsizing

29. Contagion
30. I Kill Giants
31. The Shawshank Redemption
32. Spenser Confidential
33. The Adjustment Bureau
34. Where'd You Go, Bernadette
35. The Aeronauts
36. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
37. Troop Zero
38. Hustlers

39. Apocalypse Now
40. Minority Report
41. Coffee & Kareem

42. The Spy Who Dumped Me
43. Highlander
44. The Matrix
45. Ocean's Eleven
46. Angel Has Fallen
47. Blazing Saddles
48. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
49. Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)
50. Vice

51. Basic Instinct
52. Hobbs & Shaw
53. The Money Pit
54. The Martian
55. Zoolander
56. In A World
57. Notting Hill
58. Shakespeare In Love
59. They Came Together
60. Extraction
61. Midway

62. The Social Network
63. A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
64. Magic Mike
65. The Girl King
66. Jumanji: The Next Level
67. Bad Moms
68. Broadcast News

69. Ant-Man and the Wasp
70. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
71. Underworld
72. The Lovebirds
73. Spectre
74. Back to the Future
75. Back to the Future Part II
76. The Usual Suspects
77. Haywire
78. Hidden Figures
79. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
80. The Birdcage
81. Sour Grapes

82. Ghostbusters (1984)
83. Casino
84. The Manchurian Candidate (1962)

85. Beverly Hills Cop II
86. Knives Out
87. Bad Education
88. The Wolf of Wall Street
89. The Losers
90. Inside Man
91. Magnetic
92. Teen Witch

93. Spy
94. Eurovision Song Contest: the Story of Fire Saga


The Wolf of Wall Street: Hadn't seen it since in the theaters, and I kind of hated it at the end and felt bad for re-watching it. But then I listened to the "Rewatchables" podcast and they made me feel better about my feelings. Like, you're supposed to hate these guys, and you're supposed to question the validity of everything, etc. So then I was liking it a lot more for the impressive film making, etc.

The Losers: was messing around in HBO Max and saw this. It's from 2010 and had Zoe Saldana, Chris Evans, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Idris Elba. Figured it would be wonderful to watch all of them 10 years younger. Turns out it was pretty boring and I was looking at my phone during the climactic sequences, so that's not good. It did have a lot of things that I would normally love, but for whatever reason it didn't click in this one.

Inside Man: I wish Spike Lee had made more of the fact that the cops did racist profiling of the sheik character. Otherwise, it was ... good?

Magnetic: one of those beautifully shot films about extreme sports / adrenaline junkies. The development of drone cameras has REALLY helped this genre. This film was lovely, and now I want to go to Praia do Norte in Portugal. Just to watch - not to surf!

Teen Witch: that was ... a product of it's time!

Spy: this film is hilarious, and I don't know why we don't watch it more often. It's really fantastic.

Eurovision Song Contest: the Story of Fire Saga: In a similar vein, I feel like this movie will get the above review from me down the line. It was incredibly entertaining, which is the point of any comedy. It was mostly dumb humor, but I had a blast watching it so what else is there?
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #112 on: June 29, 2020, 07:25:42 AM »

1. Uncut Gems - 8
2. Knives Out - 8
3. 1917 - 10
4. Parasite - 8
5. Jojo Rabbit - 7
6. The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Amazon Prime) - 7
7. The Irishman (Netflix) - 9
8. Under the Silver Lake (Amazon Prime) - 5
9. You Were Never Really Here (Amazon Prime) - 7
10. Suspiria (2018) (Amazon Prime) - 6
11. Midsommar (Rewatch on Amazon Prime in 4K)
12. Blue is the Warmest Color (Netflix) - 6
13. Paris Je t'aime (VOD) - 5
14. Marriage Story - 8
15. The Gentlemen - 7
16. American Factory - 9
17. The Invisible Man (2020) - 8
18. The Shining
19. The Karate Kid (1984)
20. Old School
21. Get Out
22. The Nightingale (Hulu) - 8
23. Zombieland
24. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
25. Rocky IV
26. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
27. The Ten Commandments
28. Onward (Disney Plus) - D+, 8
29. Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened
30. Semi-Pro - 4
31. Wreck-It Ralph
32. Her Smell (HBO Now) - 9
33. The Lighthouse (Amazon Prime) - 6
34. Diego Maradona (HBO Now) - 8
35. Bad News Bears (2005) - 5
36. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
37. National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
38. Raiders of the Lost Ark
39. Caddyshack
40. Phantasm - 3
41. 2001: A Space Odyssey
42. The Sound of Music
43. The Princess Bride
44. Mary Poppins
45. The Muppet Movie
46. J'ai Perdu Mon Corps (I Lost My Body) (Netflix) - 7
47. Monsters, Inc.
48. Monsters University
49. Zootopia
50. As Above So Below (Netflix) - 5
51-57. Harry Potter 2-8
58. The Intouchables - 8
59. Total Recall (1990)
60. The Fugitive
61. Willow
62. Top Gun
63. Finding Nemo
64. Ratatouille

65. Just Mercy - 8

Made harder to watch by recent events.  But I heard that Mississippi is finally changing their flag.  Yes, this movie was set in Alabama, but maybe there's hope for us all yet.  Who knows
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #113 on: June 29, 2020, 01:46:39 PM »

Butter, I saw Just Mercy last year in the theater. Noble cause, but dreadfully boring and uneven movie. Of course this was pre-George Floyd.

A few weeks ago, I watched the 2019 documentary True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality on HBO On Demand. Outstanding film, and much better than Just Mercy. I'd strongly suggest you check this out instead.

 
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #114 on: June 29, 2020, 02:01:42 PM »

So you want me to go back in time and NOT watch Just Mercy?  I'll look into it.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #115 on: June 29, 2020, 04:13:52 PM »

So you want me to go back in time and NOT watch Just Mercy?  I'll look into it.
Exactly! I hears there's a decent second-hand Delorean that'll do just fine for these purposes.
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Re: 50 Movies in 2020
« Reply #116 on: June 29, 2020, 04:37:55 PM »

1. Little Women (Regal Belltower, Ft. Myers, FL)
2. Uncut Gems (Regal Belltower, Ft. Myers, FL)
3. Making Waves -  The Art of Cinematic Sounds (Esquire Theater)
4. 1917 (Cinemark Oakley)
5. Apollo 11 - First Steps Edition (Omnimax theater at the Cincinnati Museum Center)
6. Bad Boys For Life (Cinemark Oakley)
7. Fantastic Fungi (Esquire Theater)
8. Clemency (Esquire Theater)
9. The Rhythm Section (Cinemark Oakley)
10. Polar Extremes (PBS)
11. Vick (ESPN's 30 for 30)
12. Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops (HBO)
13. Mad Max (EPIX)
14. The Song of Names (Mariemont Theater)
15. Fatal Attraction (Showtime)
16. Ali & Cavett - The Tale of the Tapes (HBO)
17. The Assistant (Esquire Theater)
18. Downhill (Cinemark Oakley)
19. Amazon Empire (PBS)
20. The Traitor (Regal Belltower, Ft. Myers, FL)
21. The Invisible Man (Regal Belltower, Ft. Myers, FL)
22. Seberg (Regal Belltower, Ft. Myers, FL)
23. Once Were Brothers - Robbie Robertson and the Band (Esquire Theater)
24. Ordinary Love (Mariemont Theater)
25. The Way Back (Cinemark Oakley)
26. Big Time Adolescence (Esquire Theater)
27. Saint Frances (Esquire Theater)
28. We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest (HBO on Demand)
28. Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Esquire Theater)
29. After Truth: The Disinformation and Cost of Fake News (HBO)
30. Ice On Fire (HBO On Demand)
31. My True Brilliant Friend (HBO On Demand)
32. New Order Decades (SHO On Demand)
33. Ready For War (SHO On Demand)
34. Kill Chain: The Cyber War On America's Elections (HBO)
35. Love Minus Zero (HBO On Demand)
36. The Scheme (HBO On Demand)
37. General Magic (SHO On Demand)
38. The Oslo Diaries (HBO On Demand)
39. The Darjeeling Ltd. (HBO On Demand)
40. Coachella: 20 Years In the Desert (YouTube)
41. The Longest War (SHO on Demand)
42. Bad Education (HBO)
43. Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind (HBO)
44. Have You Seen Andy? (HBO On Demand)
45. What's My Name: Muhammad Ali (HBO On Demand)
46. Basketball County: In the Water (SHO)
47. Going Clear: Scientology & the Prison of Belief( HBO On Demand)
48. Lance (ESPN)
49. Very Ralph (HBO On Demand)
Updating the last 3 weeks or so:

50. 4:44 Last Day on Earth (SHO On Demand)
51. Bully. Coward. Victim. The Story of Roy Cohn (HBO)
52. Kareem: Minority Of One (HBO On Demand)
53. True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality (HBO On Demand)
54. Ringside (SHO)
55. A Serial Killer's Guide to Life (SHO On Demand)
56. Nur Eine Frau (Esquire Theater)

First the best news: the Esquire is open again! (As is the Mariemont.) I couldn't wait to check it out. So glad I did. Everyone's temperature is taken before you enter the premises. Assume you pass, you then go inside and there are clear instructions where to go, where to wait, etc. One you enter the theater, only every other row is available, and on the available rows, there are 3 empty seats each on your left and on your right. I did a quick calculation, and that made about 12-15 seats available in that particular theater. (Not sure how they can operate viably this way, but that's a different story.) Not that it mattered as I was the only person at that screening. Before starting the film, the GM came out and addressed the audience (i.e. ME). I told him I appreciated all their efforts and that I felt completely safe (obviously, otherwise I wouldn't have stayed). I will go back soon.

As to the movie I saw there: a new German film called "Nur Eine Frau", which is inexplicably and incorrectly translated in the English version as titled "A Regular Woman". The film brings the chilling account of a 2005 honor killing in Germany of a 23 yr. old single mom of Kurdish Muslim decent by her brother. The woman tells her own story from beyond the grave. At some point her voice-over comments: "Ich habe es verdient zu sterben, weil ich nur eine Frau bin". Translation: "I deserved to die because I'm merely a woman." "A Regular Woman?", on the contrary!

Bully, Coward. Victim. is a documentary about Roy Cohn, rehashing much of the same ground covered in last year's Where's My Cohn?

Ringside is a documentary about 2 up-and-coming young black boxers from Chicago's Southside. Absolutely worth checking out.

Cinemark Oakley is reopening this coming long July 4 weekend. Can't wait to check that out as well.
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« Reply #117 on: June 30, 2020, 06:50:22 AM »

1. Uncut Gems - 8
2. Knives Out - 8
3. 1917 - 10
4. Parasite - 8
5. Jojo Rabbit - 7
6. The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Amazon Prime) - 7
7. The Irishman (Netflix) - 9
8. Under the Silver Lake (Amazon Prime) - 5
9. You Were Never Really Here (Amazon Prime) - 7
10. Suspiria (2018) (Amazon Prime) - 6
11. Midsommar (Rewatch on Amazon Prime in 4K)
12. Blue is the Warmest Color (Netflix) - 6
13. Paris Je t'aime (VOD) - 5
14. Marriage Story - 8
15. The Gentlemen - 7
16. American Factory - 9
17. The Invisible Man (2020) - 8
18. The Shining
19. The Karate Kid (1984)
20. Old School
21. Get Out
22. The Nightingale (Hulu) - 8
23. Zombieland
24. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
25. Rocky IV
26. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
27. The Ten Commandments
28. Onward (Disney Plus) - D+, 8
29. Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened
30. Semi-Pro - 4
31. Wreck-It Ralph
32. Her Smell (HBO Now) - 9
33. The Lighthouse (Amazon Prime) - 6
34. Diego Maradona (HBO Now) - 8
35. Bad News Bears (2005) - 5
36. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
37. National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)
38. Raiders of the Lost Ark
39. Caddyshack
40. Phantasm - 3
41. 2001: A Space Odyssey
42. The Sound of Music
43. The Princess Bride
44. Mary Poppins
45. The Muppet Movie
46. J'ai Perdu Mon Corps (I Lost My Body) (Netflix) - 7
47. Monsters, Inc.
48. Monsters University
49. Zootopia
50. As Above So Below (Netflix) - 5
51-57. Harry Potter 2-8
58. The Intouchables - 8
59. Total Recall (1990)
60. The Fugitive
61. Willow
62. Top Gun
63. Finding Nemo
64. Ratatouille
65. Just Mercy - 8

66. Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made (Amazon) - 4

A short mockumentary about a "cursed" horror film that kills the only people that have ever watched it and oh look, we just happened to find a print of it and are going to show it to you after this mockumentary.  Then they unnecessarily bring the mockumentary back at the end.  The film itself is unsettling enough, but it is so low budget that it also skimps on scares.  Also, super heavy-handed with the demon symbolism and imagery.  I can see why it's gained a cult following, but I'm not an admirer.  The very creepiest part of the film was the "spliced-in" footage that the mockumentary makers "weren't sure where it comes from", but that lasts less than a minute overall, sadly.
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