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KI4MVP

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My daughter wanted to go see the Lion King at the drive in, she's never been to a drive in. We got there late, so parked far away. From where we sat the screen wasn't as big as my phone.

Movie plot/songs/lines are nearly identical to the original, couldn't see the new realistic animations all that well, whole thing was kind of blah. Anyone with other feedback on this movie? I really wish I had seen it in IMAX or IMAX 3D, not sure now if it should or not. The visuals were what I was looking forward to with the remake.

Fortunately it was a double header, most people left, we moved way up, watched Spider-Man Far From Home, that move is fantastic.
 
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High Flying Bird is a movie that I watched that is really good and I can't stop thinking I should probably take some time off to read "The Revolt Of The Black Athlete"
 

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Spiderman: Far From Home 6.45/10

Was just very meh for me. Alot of the laughs fell flat to me, the plot had gigantic holes in it, and much it just felt forced. Autistic MJ seems like an odd choice. To me, if feels like the post-Thanos MCU doesn't really know what to do or where to go. Mysterio was a good villain. Just was very whelmed by this one. I guess im getting bored w the genre.

So why did Happy of all people not notice that this Mysterio guy looked identical to a former top engineer with Stark Industries that was fired/quit in a rage? Why on earth would Stark allow a weapons system on par w a nuclear weapon to be transferred? Why did the drones not burn up on reentry? How did drones do all that damage, esp before he had the weapon system?
 

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Sandra Bullock strikes me as the kind of woman who would just lie there while you do all the work.
No way, not just the rumors the exact opposite is true, just look at who she likes to date. No Sandra might be America's sweetheart, but that is on dirty girl for sure.
 

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No way, not just the rumors the exact opposite is true, just look at who she likes to date. No Sandra might be America's sweetheart, but that is on dirty girl for sure.
I mean I don't think she's domming Jesse whoever the hell.
 

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Really enjoyed Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

One of my favorites of the year
 

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood : Really damn good. Maybe a top 3 Leo DiCaprio performance and possibly the most empathetic QT has been with a character since Jackie Brown. Great performances all around.
 

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Speaking of Tarantino, the guy has still never made a bad movie. He's 9 films deep (10 if you split up the Kill Bills) and not one dud. How many other modern day directors can boast the same? Short list for sure.
 

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Inglorious bastards may be my current favorite. The dialogue is just too good
 

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