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Identity (2003). Great cast; decent setup for a story; eye-rolling sophomoric plot twists.

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Mission Impossible 1
Mission Impossible 2
Mission Impossible 4

Either Netflix couldn't get the rights to 3, or it's playing a very clever joke on it's subscribers.

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The Goldfinch. That was quite a rollercoaster. good though.
Tonight is The Hunt for Red October. I loving love that movie.

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Rocky is like Godzilla; the first one was a respectable cinematic work, and in the sequels they fight Baragon.

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Areola Grande posted:

It's a real family affair of a film.

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The 10 Commandments (1923). Quite a bit different than the Charleton Heston one. Only the first half is the Biblical story, and the second half is a morality tale set in (1920's) modern times. There's a lot of thematic bleedover from the first half to the second, and both halves would be fine on their own, but it felt weird to jump tracks like that in the middle. It's like when sci-fi movies start out on an alien planet and then make excuses to get everyone to modern day LA.

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I do like a good anthology movie.

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Run Rabbit Run. Australian cello ghosts are dicks.*


*Ghosts that sound like cellos, not ghosts of cellos.**


**Not to be confused with Ghosts of Cellos, the black metal cello band.

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Nowhere (2023) on Netflix - Kind of impressive as a lost at sea survival story. The lead actress was very good. Hints of dystopian world building, but that's not really the focus. Content warning if you're squeamish about birth. I do have to call bullshit on the snickers bar. No one is going to save that for later when they're starving enough to eat their own placenta. "Snickers: worse than your own medical waste!"

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Dragonwyck (1946) with Vincent Price. Good name for a speed metal band. I always used to think that gothic horror was boring because aside from the occasional ghost of the previous wife or the inevitable house fire at the end, it wasn't actually scary. Now I realize that the setting itself is the horror, and every day of every character's life is a waking nightmare of repression, toxicity, grief, and very silly clothes that can only be escaped in the merciful embrace of death.

Also, people use the word Kermis a lot in this movie. I think Kermis was Dragonwyck's debut album.

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They jumped in the pool so hard it rained for the entire first half.

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Paganini Horror (1988) - good-bad cheesy Italian horror movie with Donald Pleasance in a small role. Plot involves a female rock band, sheet music previously owned by Paganini, and being trapped in an evil mansion. This would be a good add for a horror marathon, or an 80's marathon, or a date with someone who gets turned on by 2-inch tape reels.

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Golden Kamuy on Netflix. This movie should have consulted the meme thread because it's a woman meeting bears and men in the woods for 2 hours.

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