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Weekend at Bernie's
8/10.
Great summer movie, with excellent physical comedy.
On a side note, Terry Kiser's character (when alive) reminds me of Tony Stark.
I would have loved to have taken a tour of the beach house (if it had been a real beach house and hadn't been dismantled after production).

Here is a true "Weekend at Bernie's" story:
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A classic of British cinema that still holds up.
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1st Re-watch...The 2014 Best Picture Oscar winner is a dark and disturbing blend of fantasy and reality that examines the inner demons of a movie star who is trying to revive his career on Broadway. This film is movie magic, thanks to endlessly imaginative direction and the powerhouse performance from Michael Keaton that won him a Golden Globe and should have won him an Oscar.






1st Re-watch...The 2014 Best Picture Oscar winner is a dark and disturbing blend of fantasy and reality that examines the inner demons of a movie star who is trying to revive his career on Broadway. This film is movie magic, thanks to endlessly imaginative direction and the powerhouse performance from Michael Keaton that won him a Golden Globe and should have won him an Oscar.

Movie magic indeed.





1st Re-watch...The 2014 Best Picture Oscar winner is a dark and disturbing blend of fantasy and reality that examines the inner demons of a movie star who is trying to revive his career on Broadway. This film is movie magic, thanks to endlessly imaginative direction and the powerhouse performance from Michael Keaton that won him a Golden Globe and should have won him an Oscar.

I agree 100%. Both of my thumbs way, way up for this wonderful film! ~Doc



Point Blank (1967)



Point Blank is pretty great. A lot of the imagery/visuals are really cool. If you get a chance to watch it on DVD, the director's commentary is just excellent.



I just finished watching Extraction, it is a great movie, I'd rate it 8 out of 10.
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Having grown up on a steady diet of westerns, but also having abstained for a long time, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was really enjoyable. This time the Coen Brothers managed to bring just about every western stereotype into one terrific flick. You have well dressed dudes, in white-hat and black hat costumes in gunfights, gnarly prospectors striking a vein of gold, steam railroads clanking across the wild west, wagon trains, snarling villains, booze, Indian attacks, hangin's, saloon girls who actually are hookers, bar fights and just about anything else you can cram into 2 1/2 hours. It saved me from having to rewatch ALL those old westerns again. It has six stories, each an archetypal western plot line.




Legend in my own mind


Baby Driver (2017) rewatch

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The Fisher King
This is a rewatch but I havenít seen this in many years. Jeff Bridges plays a radio DJ whoís on a fast downward spiral due to a tragedy he feels responsible for. On the verge of suicide he is saved by Robin Williams character who is also connected to the same tragedy.
A very touching story with a very bizarre plot and characters to match. Highly enjoyable.




I have not...I'm definitely curious to see it now
I think it's one of the best (admittedly dark, with plenty of cringe) comedies of the last decade.

I read a few reviews of Downhill, and while it sounded good it didn't sound like it was quite different enough to watch.



I think it's one of the best (admittedly dark, with plenty of cringe) comedies of the last decade.

I read a few reviews of Downhill, and while it sounded good it didn't sound like it was quite different enough to watch.
I agree! Force Majeure is a unicorn in the best possible sense.