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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by See Post, Jul 24, 2003.
Still need to see Coraline.
I ENJOYED IT!!!!
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 IMAX 3D OV
Heineken and Nachos
Not as good as the first one, but still great and worth seeing!
About Ray Kroc and how he ripped off the McDonalds brothers and created a fast food empire. Michael Keaton is excellent as Kroc.
Let's last several I've seen
Doctor Strange-Fun movie great visuals. Still had the Marvel problem of a weak villian. B+
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them-I was a little underwhelmed by this one. Kind of missing that spark the HP series had. But Dan Fogel's performance pushes it slightly to me liking it. B-
Suicide Squad-I liked Margot Robbie, Will Smith and Jai Courtney in their roles. And I can say I liked the first half of this movie. But then it goes downhill with one of the most ridiculous villains I've ever seen. C
Independence Day:Resurgence-Speaking of downhill this is one achieves that from about the first frame. Truly one of the most awful times I've had watching a movie. F
The Founder-A real shame this one didn't find an audience in theaters. Keaton is terrific. A
Rogue One-I actually didn't see it until February but since I've seen five times since. I love it each time more and more. A
The Thing(1982)-An all time classic A
Finally saw Rogue One (The DH said, "That was not as good as I expected." To which I replied, "Funny, I was gonna say that was not as terrible as I expected.")
Pudding with marshmallows
Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 2
AMC at the Block in Orange
No snacks, it was after lunch.
Easily as fun as the first one. Good character development moments. And Baby Groot!
At home on the couch lounging with the dogs
I attempted to have popcorn, but I think the dogs had more than I did
Not a bad movie. I enjoyed it, but was glad that I didn't pay the $$$ to see it in the theatre.
Really enjoyed it. Loved the nerdiness and the message.
Recently we saw Disney's Moana and I have to say it wasn't as bad as expected. In fact it turned out to be a lovely movie.
Nightmare Before Christmas on the big screen with friends.
I don't think there were a dozen people so Mary and I had a bit of a sing-along.