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Superman: Red Son - 7
Come As You Are - 7.5
Premature - 7.5
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Sweetheart - 7
The Forest - 5
Professor and the Madman - 6.5
1917 - 8.5

Pretty sure the Lighthouse is somewhere in my top 10 now
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Light Sleeper - 7
Friday the 13th (1980) - 6.5
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john whick - 7
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Take Me Home Tonight - 10

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Contagion - 6.5
Dark Skies - 8
Bloodshot - 4
The Invisible Man (2020) - 7.5

Corpus Christi - 8
The Way Back - 6
Slipstream - 7.5
Full Metal Jacket - 10
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john wick 1 8/10
john wick 2 5.5/10 generously
mr. roosevelt 8/10
the lobster 7/10 - first half is where it's at for me
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Destroyer - 5/10.
The Nightingale - 4/10.
Mother! - 8/10.
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so so so into this

I re-read a few of the novelizations lately

for some weird reason this show is peak nostalgia for me
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john wick 1 8/10
john wick 2 5.5/10 generously
If you already felt that way about the second one, don't watch the third one. I watched it last week, and it's... exhausting.

El Camino - 7/10 or something, I dunno. It was nice to get more Todd because he's such a wonderfully fucked up character, and his would've been ok as a sort of in-between episode of Breaking Bad, but as a full-blown movie, it's just sort of... eh. The new BCS season's pretty ok, but it's getting to the point now where I really wish Gilligan would just leave BB alone.
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True Grit (1969) - 6.5/10
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don't watch the third one. I watched it last week, and it's... exhausting.
sweaty and I already had to watch #2 in two chunks... it'll probably take us a month to get through #3. fortunately... time is on our side?
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i think i had to break part 2 up into several parts as well
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i watched all three john wicks too because the doad was really talking them up. the third one had some dogs so that was cool
i cut my hand at work and just let it drip on my desk during a conference call -copstache
probably some punk broth - tvbfvs
dames are lousy now mah i gotta bop peckahs -eba
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just read that as "dongs" and

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1917 - 7.5
Vivarium - 7
Millennium - 4.5
Underwater - 6

A Hidden Life - 8
Birds of Prey - 4
Stanley Kubrick's Boxes - 7.5
Friday the 13th pt. 2 - 7.5
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Jojo Rabbit - 9/10

Yorki was the very best part of a very good movie
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Bloodshot - 2. Where's my fucking XO Manowar teaser you worthless sacks of shit.
The Ritual - 7.5. Creature was dope.
Metal Church: Dynamo Classic Concert 1991 - 8. It was actually the big 5, if you can remember that far back. Or at least, I am one of those olde timers who thinks Metal Church deserves the #4 position more than Anthrax, who can fight over the #5 spot with Overkill, Annihilator and Exodus.
Judas Priest - Priest: Live! (DVD) - 4. Did not age well, and they were already big like Kiss and going through the motions at that point.
Venom - The 7th Date Of Hell Live @ Hammersmith 1984: 9. Good old fashioned fun.
Type O Negative - After Dark: 7.5/11 with alcohol. What can I say, I am just in the mood for that shit sometimes.
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I actually liked Bloodshot fine, it's just a terrible performance even by Vin Diesel standards, and that CGI punch-up at the end replicating the same mistake they made in Black Panther with half the budget was pretty lame. Other than that, though, for a movie about sploshuns and bulging biceps, it's totally fine.
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the ritual 5.5/10 although the creature was dope, I'm putting warpsmasher on a one-pandemic-long probation re: influencing my queue

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Much liquor drinking going on over here, reviews will be all over the place and influenced by the ebb and flow of chemicals through me brains. My queue is always on point doe
I just think Bloodshot is pointless without teasing a better Valiant character/starting a universe, and pretty much any Valiant universe character is better/cooler/more unique. I would not mind if a Turok series found its way to existence. Magnus movie too, but only if done on the right scale.

Call of the Wild - Loved the storytelling but mourn for the days when real dogs got the job done. There is so much animation that they should have just gone all the way and made the whole movie more artistic and less fakeshit looking, that would have been better. It is a great dog movie in its own right though, and definitely a cut above all the other fake animal crap out there now. Worth watching yes.
After She Wakes - blah
Abigail - no
Overlord - yes
Tokyo Godfathers - fuck you
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Warpsmasher wrote:
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I just think Bloodshot is pointless without teasing a better Valiant character/starting a universe
afaik that's the idea, or at least it was - a shared movie universe based on Valiant comics. Given that nobody except Marvel/Disney has been able to pull it off, though... I dunno.
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