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Bill and Ted face the music - 2/10. fucking AWFUL
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Papillon - 9/10
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ghost boner wrote:
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Bill and Ted face the music - 2/10. fucking AWFUL
you’re not kidding dude. I had high hopes since it’s the same writers, but... shit. keanu not being able to express glee pretty much killed it. I thought their daughters were the best part, simply because they were functioning at a ghostbusters 2016 level of funny. what a bummer.

i watched the first two recently, so:
bill & ted 1: 7.5/10
bill & ted 2: 8/10*
bill & ted 3: 3/10

* there were THREE infest stickers on the walls of their room, and one of them shared a wall with a RHCP sticker :betternotstartanyshit:
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Putney Swope - 9
Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight - 7.5

She's Having a Baby - 8
Pearls of the Deep - 7.5
Daisies - 6.5
A Report on the Party and Guests - 6
Bill and Ted Face the Music - 3.5
Panic Room - 6.5

Return of the Prodigal Son - 8
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resolution 6/10
spring 6.6/10
the endless 7/10

watched this trio of indie/hipster cosmic horror movies over the last few months... loosely connected and done by the same writer/director duo. they're all just OK. internet nerds cream their jeans over these but none of them manages not to be clunky.
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Capricious Summer - 7.5
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Tenet - 8/10

I didn't want the last film I've seen in theatres be Bloodshot when the covid takes me.
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if I only I were in a place responsible or irresponsible enough to have their theaters open now...

how much of the dialogue was unintelligible?
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if I only I were in a place responsible or irresponsible enough to have their theaters open now...

how much of the dialogue was unintelligible?
Roughly 15-20% He's not ashamed of the soundtrack he's working with.
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Tenet's more like a 6/10 for me. It starts out great, but the big battle at the end with the soldiers running backwards was comically ridiculous, too much stuff didn't make any sense, and really, by the end it's just "we have to save the world before the timer runs out". Visually and in terms of the music, it's totally up to Nolan's usual standards, but it's really basically Inception, but not as good. I know it's his thing, but I wish Nolan would stop making these metaphysical movies designed to make bros feel smart and more stuff like Dunkirk. That's a fucking great movie.
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An American pickle - 5/10. This is very bad and predictable but I gave it a few extra points for the tim Robinson cameo
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Memory: the origins of alien - 8/10
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invisible man (2020) - fuckin thing sucks
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Tenet's more like a 6/10 for me. It starts out great, but the big battle at the end with the soldiers running backwards was comically ridiculous, too much stuff didn't make any sense, and really, by the end it's just "we have to save the world before the timer runs out". Visually and in terms of the music, it's totally up to Nolan's usual standards, but it's really basically Inception, but not as good. I know it's his thing, but I wish Nolan would stop making these metaphysical movies designed to make bros feel smart and more stuff like Dunkirk. That's a fucking great movie.
I don't disagree with much of what you said, guess it depends on how much you're into the core idea of the film. Personally, I was blown away, despite the films many flaws (I had the impression Nolan made a mistake similar to that many beginner video game designers make: he spent so much time with the script (playtesting) that everything seemed obvious to him and totally forgot that people who watch it in the cinema have to get it in real time (haven't played for many hours)). I thought the main idea was fucking amazing and totally carried the film. Was happy to see Kip Thorne's name in the credits, too.
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been thinking about this one for a few days

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Verotika comes out on shudder tomorrow guys. Just sayin
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Solo - I watched it for the first time - I didn’t hate it other than obviously Han can’t act & that seemed to be an important character who could.
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FVBTVS wrote:
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we need to come to grips with the fact that paris hilton was basically mkultra'd and what the consequences of that are
So was the unabomber....
Vastly different outcomes.
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