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A Wonderful Life, on Amazon Prime.

An outstanding Christmas movie starting Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed.
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A Man Called Ove (2016, Swedish with English subtitles).
Free on TubiTV.
About a grumpy widower and his interactions with his myriad neighbors in a small development.
Funny and sad, with wonderful performances.
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"1917"...Good, but I was expecting more considering the hype it had received. A story worth telling, certainly, but we've seen its like before.

A couple of nights ago the missus wanted to watch a Xmas movie so we put on "White Christmas" which I'd never watched previously. Corny, but some nice singing and dancing routines, and some familiar faces from years gone by. (I didn't make it past the first half, but the missus did.)

Happy holidays, all.
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The library is now offering "binge boxes" of 6 movies. We recently watched Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman.
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ruralavalon wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:45 am A Wonderful Life, on Amazon Prime.

An outstanding Christmas movie starting Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed.
Same here, but the Black & White version. It's A Wonderful Life (Black & White Version) | Prime Video
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LadyGeek wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 3:37 pm
ruralavalon wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:45 am A Wonderful Life, on Amazon Prime.

An outstanding Christmas movie starting Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed.
Same here, but the Black & White version. It's A Wonderful Life (Black & White Version) | Prime Video
I wasn't aware that there was a colorized version, until we got it by mistake
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A Christmas Carol, 1951 with Alastair Sim, on youtube. The original "Scrooge".
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George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.

Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."

I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie.
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Mank on Netflix

A dramatized making of Citizen Kane. It was good.
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I just watched Death Ship tonight. I can't believe this one slipped under my radar for so long, considering it's from 1980. A group of folks get stranded on an abandoned, haunted ship that was used by the Nazis for torture. I thought it was quite spooky and very enjoyable.
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“Da 5 Bloods” on Netflix.

Enjoyed it.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da_5_Bloods

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The Intouchables (2012)
Free on TubiTV
Heartwarming, true story about the relationship between a quadriplegic and his caregiver.
French with English subtitles.
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LadyGeek wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 9:51 pm A Christmas Carol, 1951 with Alastair Sim, on youtube. The original "Scrooge".
Alastair Sim had a huge body of work, of which I have only see three films (I think): A Christmas Carol, School for Scoundrels, and Green for Danger. Those are three completely different films and I thought he was the best thing in all three of them. Well, Terry Thomas gives him a run for his money in School for Scoundrels!
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Mulan (2020) Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Li Gong

A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.

A good story and a visual feast, recommended. I streamed it on Disney+
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I like documentaries... So, on a cold Christmas in Michigan, we watched " The Battered Bastards of Baseball"... As an old baseball fan, I say it's worth a peak... Merry Christmas!!!
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I like documentaries... So, on a cold Christmas in Michigan, we watched " The Battered Bastards of Baseball" on Netflix... As an old baseball fan, I say it's worth a peak... Merry Christmas!!!
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Three strikes and you're out. :sharebeer
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Blues wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 5:18 pm Three strikes and you're out. :sharebeer
Good catch! :beer
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Kompass wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 6:23 pm
Blues wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 5:18 pm Three strikes and you're out. :sharebeer
Good catch! :beer
We might make a pretty good double play duo.

Back atcha. :beer
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Soul on Disney Plus (just released). Not for everybody, but right up my alley. It's animated, but deep in its own way...basically offers a thesis on the meaning of life. Beautiful in some of its detail and wonderful music. Recommend.
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Wonder Woman 1984 - WW84

Our family watched it on our new HBOMAX subscription this morning. Lots of action at the beginning and at the end but the middle part is kind of dull. While Gal Godot is excellent the movie doesn't have much of a real plot, it's about a magic thing that grants wishes to people. It is so dull I wouldn't be surprised if there are no further Wonder Woman titled movies, Wonder Woman will likely continue as a character in movies with other DC superheroes. Again, Gal Godot looks great in every scene, too bad the story isn't as good as her first Wonder Woman movie.
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shavenyak wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 6:52 pm Soul on Disney Plus (just released). Not for everybody, but right up my alley. It's animated, but deep in its own way...basically offers a thesis on the meaning of life. Beautiful in some of its detail and wonderful music. Recommend.
Disney's Donald in Mathmagic Land has a similar theme from a different perspective and era.
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1 3/4 hours of the 2 1/2 hours of Wonder Woman 1984 - WW84. Maybe if it had been edited down to 90 minutes it could have held my attention, but as it is for me it was a flop. Wish I had turned it off much earlier.
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“Safe” on Hulu. Liked it.

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I wasn't planning on keeping Disney streaming for long since I don't have kids but a number of documentaries and specials have kept me around.

Two older but wonderful ones are :

The Boys: The Sherman Brothers story
Frank and Ollie

The first one is about brothers who worked for Disney for decades writing a number of songs for movies such as Mary Poppins. The brothers relationship was interesting and sad.

The second is about two illustrators who worked together and remained very close friends throughout their lives.

Highly recommend both.

And yeah Wonder Woman was a long 2.5 hr tedious and slow movie. I like the star and like the first one, the chemistry between her and Chris Pine is great but geez does the story drag. And do we need the endless scenes of her flying? I am looking forward to watching Soul on Disney.
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Kids in bed, house is quiet and just finished the new Pixar movie Soul on Disney+

Sooooo goooooood
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The Man Who Invented Christmas.
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runner26 wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 8:38 pm 1 3/4 hours of the 2 1/2 hours of Wonder Woman 1984 - WW84. Maybe if it had been edited down to 90 minutes it could have held my attention, but as it is for me it was a flop. Wish I had turned it off much earlier.
WW84. I may have made it about that far, but remember little about it a day after. Not recommended.
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“Hunter Killer” on Hulu. Liked it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hunter_Killer_(film)

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"George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.
Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."
I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie."

I wasted 2 hours on this slow depressing film. 2 hours I will never get back, and worse yet, I watched on Christmas evening."
Should have stuck to my 15 minute like it or dump it rule.
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A Christmas Story, on Amazon Prime.

White Christmas, on Amazon Prime. Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney (George Clooney's aunt), and Vera-Ellen. A nice nostalgic 1954 musical.
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WW84 on HBOMax . . .
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Blues wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:17 am "1917"...Good, but I was expecting more considering the hype it had received. A story worth telling, certainly, but we've seen its like before.
Just finished it, and agree. Worth watching, very entertaining, great visuals. At a certain point I kept wondering how much that I saw was real versus how much was computer generated, which took a little away from it in my mind.
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123 wrote: Fri Dec 25, 2020 7:05 pm Wonder Woman 1984 - WW84

Our family watched it on our new HBOMAX subscription this morning. Lots of action at the beginning and at the end but the middle part is kind of dull. While Gal Godot is excellent the movie doesn't have much of a real plot, it's about a magic thing that grants wishes to people. It is so dull I wouldn't be surprised if there are no further Wonder Woman titled movies, Wonder Woman will likely continue as a character in movies with other DC superheroes. Again, Gal Godot looks great in every scene, too bad the story isn't as good as her first Wonder Woman movie.
My thoughts as well.

Too long. It’s good to know the middle part was kind of dull. I’m pretty sure I dozed off then. Glad I didn’t miss anything important. The movie would have benefited from editing out 45 minutes. I realize the first section when she was the child introduces the theme you can’t take shortcuts in life / you need to follow the rules, but I don’t even think that was necessary.

Maybe, they explained it when I was dozing, but why was it in 1984?
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heartwood wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:33 pm George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.

Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."

I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie.
I agree. Pretty ridiculous movie and 100 pct unbelievable. Mr.Morgenstern must be related to or a friend of Clooney :D o
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Nicolas wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 11:36 pm Mulan (2020) Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Li Gong

A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father.

A good story and a visual feast, recommended. I streamed it on Disney+
I liked this as well.
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“Downsizing” on Hulu. Enjoyed it.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Downsizing_(film)

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Toy Story, on DVD. I liked it.
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flaccidsteele wrote: Sun Dec 13, 2020 9:18 am Tenet
A secret agent embarks on a dangerous, time-bending mission to prevent the start of World War III.

Had to watch it a few times. Inception-like. I enjoyed it

https://youtu.be/AZGcmvrTX9M

NB: The Protagonist is John David Washington, Denzel Washington’s son
Watched this on DVD, free from public library yesterday.
I will probably also watch it several times to really "get it", but I am a Nolan fan and totally enjoyed it.
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The Professor and the Madman 2019, Netflix

Mel Gibson (the Professor) and Sean Penn (the Madman)

This is the story of two men and the Oxford English Dictionary.
  • William Chester Minor, tried for murder but found innocent by reason of insanity. There was no question he committed the act and no disputing his insanity. He was committed to the Broadmoor psychiatric hospital.
  • James Murray, took over editorship of the Oxford English Dictionary after previous editors were unable to do the job. Murray made a public plea for people to contribute to the effort but with little success until Minor started contributing.
How this played out is a strange and wonderful story. The movie is based on a non-fiction book by Simon WInchester. I read the book a year or so ago and the movie seems to have taken very few liberties with it.

One of the characters in the movie is played by Lawrence Fox, Hathaway in the Inspector Lewis series and nephew of Edward Fox (The Jackal in The Day of the Jackal, 1973). I did not recognize him!
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I watched Midnight Sky with George Clooney. I thought it was a good movie, but depressing.
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hoops777 wrote: Sat Dec 26, 2020 7:43 pm
heartwood wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:33 pm George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.

Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."

I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie.
I agree. Pretty ridiculous movie and 100 pct unbelievable. Mr.Morgenstern must be related to or a friend of Clooney :D o

Yikes. I wanted to fast forward several times, but I thought I might miss something. No. I wouldn’t have. Think about how little acting ability this role required. His character barely interacted with anyone. The little girl was adorable.
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Swimmer wrote: Mon Dec 28, 2020 12:01 pm
hoops777 wrote: Sat Dec 26, 2020 7:43 pm
heartwood wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 10:33 pm George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.

Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."

I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie.
I agree. Pretty ridiculous movie and 100 pct unbelievable. Mr.Morgenstern must be related to or a friend of Clooney :D o

Yikes. I wanted to fast forward several times, but I thought I might miss something. No. I wouldn’t have. Think about how little acting ability this role required. His character barely interacted with anyone. The little girl was adorable.
Without giving too much info, unless I dozed off and missed it, there was never any detailed info or reasons given for the main problem in the movie.
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Bill and Ted Face the Music
Free loan from public library
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In my defense, I've actually never watched the originals.
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Barkingsparrow wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:39 pm
Point wrote: Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:47 am The last full measure- a great movie and based on history.
Is that based on a book that is a sequel to "The Killer Angels", and which I think formed the basis for Gettysburg movie?
That was my thought too. But it is for a more modern war
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Wonder Woman. What a tedious, boring movie. It was entertaining to see a promotion feed on twitter and almost all of the comments was how bad the movie is.

Soul. A Pixar/Disney movie that I wanted to say I really liked but while charming and not bad, it was disappointing. I really liked the main character, Joe. He is a musician trying to make it big but in the meantime is teaching part time/tutoring and picking up gigs when he can. Unfortunately the story took a turn (won't give anything way) and I was disappointed.
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Dan999 wrote: Sat Dec 26, 2020 11:37 am "George Clooney in The Midnight Sky on Netflix.
Two hours that I'll never get back. Joe Morgenstern, the WSJ movie reviewer, calls it "some of the best work of Mr. Clooney’s career ..."
I have nothing positive to say and do not recommend the movie."

I wasted 2 hours on this slow depressing film. 2 hours I will never get back, and worse yet, I watched on Christmas evening."
Should have stuck to my 15 minute like it or dump it rule.
Dan999

Just thinking of Mr. Clooney’s career. Anyone out there seen The American?
That was, by far, the worst movie I’ve ever seen.
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Found WW84 boring story, music was good with okay action. The Witches was decently funny.
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