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The last movie you saw


On a quest to be the best...
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Made for a long afternoon; they probably could’ve made 2-3 movies from that one book!


Kanto is love. Kanto is life.
Vertigo. Great movie.


To Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before.
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Earth to Echo - 6/10

Pretty good movie. It was a bit weak in parts, but it still had a wonderful friendship moral to it.
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Fantasy Island (2020)

The individual fantasies were ok, but the overall plot & added mythology was unnecessary.


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The Borrowers

A boy moves in with his great aunt & discovers a miniature family living under the floorboards.

Cool concept, but too slow, & the 60’s blue screen FX haven’t held up well. They should’ve built more giant sets, used more split screens, etc.


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The Magic Christmas Tree

Not a bad concept, but those gag sequences aren't funny, & they take up a lot of time. It could be cut down to a decent half-hour special. Kids were decent actors.


Pokémon Trainer
Watched "The Knight Before Christmas" with the wife. It was a cheesy Christmas romantic comedy, but we enjoyed it. I actually caught myself laughing a few times.

Storm the Lycanroc

Oshawott Squad
Watched "Fiddler on the Roof" from 1971 last night on Netflix. It was an entertaining film to have on in the background as I was doing other stuff around the house.


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It’s a Russian film, pretty good, kind of a cliche horror movie -in parts- but most horror movies tend to seem a lil cliche to me.


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Gladiator - 9/10
Just rewatched tonight, think this would be in my top 10.
I watched this for a college assignment about a month ago, I agree, it was outstanding. Nearly cried at the ending when his buddy buried the figures of his family and repeated the line about how he'll see him again later

Last movie I saw in the theaters was 1917, which was excellent

Captain Jigglypuff

Leader of Jigglypuff Army
Just finished Soul on Disney+ and I have to say it is definitely one of the best movies from Pixar. I honestly can’t really find any flaws with the movie because it’s that good. The writing is excellent, the plot is told in a very natural way that it doesn’t feel too forced, the voice acting is superb, the music is very lively, and the animation is at a very high standard as with all Pixar movies. This is definitely the animated movie to beat at the Oscars and I think it could actually become one of the few animated films nominated for Best Picture. I really haven’t been this excited to watch a Pixar film since Toy Story 4. I highly recommend this movie.
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