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Avengers: Infinity War: 10/10

Not an MCU film to be watched too often though.
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The Music Man (1962)




You seem to dislike a lot of great movies. The Music Man is another one of my favorite movies that you gave a low rating.
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I wouldn't call it a TV movie, but anyway The Girl Next Door is the same story and just as good or better.
The Girl Next Door? Isn't that a teen rom-com?
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The Girl Next Door? Isn't that a teen rom-com?
There is a teen rom-com with the same name but crick's talking about this one.
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There is a teen rom-com with the same name but crick's talking about this one.

Ah I see!



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.

Back to the Future (Robert Zemeckis, 1985)
8.5/10
Back to the Future Part III (Robert Zemeckis, 1990)
7/10
Dreamkatcher (Kerry Harris, 2020)
5/10
Back to the Future Part II (Robert Zemeckis, 1989)
7/10

We didn't get to Jaws 19 in real life.
Stars in My Crown (Jacques Tourneur, 1950)
- 7/10
The Sin of Nora Moran (Phil Goldstone, 1933)
5.5/10
Run This Town (Ricky Tollman, 2019)
5/10
I Know Where I'm Going! (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1945)
- 7/10

Wendy Hiller and Roger Livesey just before they run into Corryvreckan.
The Silver Cord (John Cromwell,1933)
5.5/10
Hollywood Canteen (Delmer Daves, 1944)
6.5/10
Once to Every Woman (Lambert Hillyer, 1934)
5.5/10
The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Charles Walters, 1964)
6.5/10

Molly Brown (Debbie Reynolds) long before the Titanic.
The Incoherents (Jared Barel, 2019)
6/10
Nofinofy (Michael Andrianaly, 2019)
6/10
Roped (Shaun Piccinino, 2020)
6/10
My Darling Vivian (Matt Riddlehoover, 2020)
6.5/10

Vivian Liberto and Johnny Cash had a passionate love affair and four daughters but after June Carter came along, things changed.
Furie AKA Get In (Olivier Abbou, 2019)
6/10
The Pretender (Jim Toscano, 2019)
6.5/10
The Stand at Paxton County (Brett Hedlund, 2020)
6/10
Harry Benson: Shoot First (Matthew Miele & Justin Bare, 2016)
7/10

One of the dozens of iconic photos taken by photojournalist extraordinaire Harry Benson.
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Knives out (2019)

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Strait-Jacket (1964, William Castle)

Joan Crawford delivers a fine performance in this mildly entertaining B-thriller but the twist ending (which, to the film's credit, I didn't see coming) where she suddenly turns into a Hercule Poirot was a bit too ridiculous for my taste.



Back to the Future Part II (Robert Zemeckis, 1989)
7/10

We didn't get to Jaws 19 in real life.
Considering Jaws has inspired dozens of terrible shark films, this was a very accurate prediction.
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Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)

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I didn't think this was a western the 1st time I watched it, and I'm still skeptical about it now. Either way, I've been wanting to watch this again anyway because I only thought it was average before even though it seemed to suit me. As I thought might be the case, I loved it this time. It's dirty gold that could only come from the 70's.



Hannie Caulder (1971)

Thanks to these forums I ended up watching this rape-revenge western. It's a bit thin on the characters and story, but it seems to be aware of that and doesn't drag it scarce contents over a too long time (unlike QT who apparently loves this). Production values are better than I expected and the violence is almost Peckinpah bloody. The villain brothers are too comical to my taste. Not 100% sure of the rating but definitely not higher than...

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Hannie Caulder (1971)

Thanks to these forums I ended up watching this rape-revenge western. It's a bit thin on the characters and story, but it seems to be aware of that and doesn't drag it scarce contents over a too long time (unlike QT who apparently loves this). Production values are better than I expected and the violence is almost Peckinpah bloody. The villain brothers are too comical to my taste. Not 100% sure of the rating but definitely not higher than...

I felt the same way for half the movie but then they grew on me.



Offensive (2016)



Strange seeing the ex-market inspector in a London based soap skooting around France as an American....Horror Channel special this one...not too bad at all.

The Yoof are at it again (a la Eden Lake) ruining the lives of the quiet American settlers, a little back story with the (Second World) War. There is revenge and it is satisfying.

Worth a watch.






The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) - 6.7/10. This a good worthwhile watch. The direction is pretty good. The dry British humour is delightful. And the story is pretty good too. Vincent Price is pure gold. Some of the kills are a bit far fetched, but that's okay. A little bit of 70s cheese is good!



Never Rarely Sometimes Always (2020)

One of my new favorite movies. I was practically crying whole time. It was both sad and happy tears. Every moment of it was perfect.



Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy?
Rango: 8/10


A wonderfully animated love letter to spaghetti westerns and a time long past. The character design and sheer detail puts modern studios like Sony and Illumination to shame.