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    Quote Originally Posted by Burque73 View Post
    Saw Disney's Jungle cruise last night. It took me by surprise when I heard Nothing Else Matters from Metallica in the soundtrack.

    A more apt title would be Cap'n jungle Jack Johnson and the conquistadors. Sure felt like another pirate movie. Glad I didn't go to a theater for it.
    We watched it at home a while back. There were some laughs, but mostly pretty silly. Killed a rainy afternoon, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GS1150Pilot View Post
    And ... DUNE is fantastic!!!!
    I really enjoyed it. The pace of the film reminded me of Blade Runner, and I mean that in a good way. Slow and deliberate with bursts of energy here and there. I hope the plans to continue with more films aren't abandoned.
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    Iím the last person that I thought would put a Nicolas Cage movie in this thread. But, now that I think about it, a few of his performances are some of my favorites: Wild at Heart, Raising Arizona, Leaving Las Vegas, just off the top of my head. Most of the rest are mostly forgettable.

    Tonight we watched Pig, itís on Hulu. This is Cage at his best.


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    The Get Back docu is a Lotta awesome.
    Long and difficult like what the group was undertaking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    The Get Back docu is a Lotta awesome.
    Long and difficult like what the group was undertaking.
    Yes, yes it is. We've only seen the first episode, but can' wait to watch the rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baatfam View Post
    Yes, yes it is. We've only seen the first episode, but can' wait to watch the rest.
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    There's a new Ghostbusters movie, a sequel that takes place 32 years after the first, featuring the granddaughter of Egon Spengler. Bill Murray and Dan Ackroyd and Ernie Hudson all make appearances, as do Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts as well. FUNNY MOVIE! I was the guy who kept laughing loudly. Would definitely see again!
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    Kerry, we really loved the new Ghostbusters. Saw it last weekend and would definitely see it again. Lots of fun little easter eggs everywhere.
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    Can't let this thread get away....Merry Christmas...

    We just finished watching, "Don' Look Up," new on Netflix. Gotta say, pretty darn good.
    Very dark, and very funny, and absolutely not, a Christmas movie.
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