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Started by golddust, Nov 23, 2014, in Entertainment Add to Reading List

  1. The Moon Man
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    The Moon Man Out of my mind

    Aug 30, 2020
    I really need to see this, I've heard amazing things.
     
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  2. Rick James
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    Rick James F R E S H

    Aug 30, 2020
    I need to see thay
     
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  3. Tone Riggz
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    Tone Riggz There's No Cure For Being A C*nt

    Aug 30, 2020
    Capone: I knew where they were going with the film before seeing it. I knew it wasn’t going to be Capone in his prime but rather Capone as he descended into dementia via syphillis. That said, the movie reminds me of that famous line in Tropic Thunder- “Never go full retard”. Tom Hardy definitely went full retard. I love that El-P scored this film, Kathrine Narducci and Gino from Queens are in this, shoutout to them. Neal Brennan makes a cameo. But as a whole, I didn’t like it. 3/10


    The King of Staten Island: Like most New Yorkers, I hate Staten Island. The title makes me want to vomit. It’s like saying The King of Ashes. Having said that, it’s an endearing, rated R family comedy (if such a thing exists) partly based on Pete Davidson’s life (he’s from Staten Island, his father was a firefighter who died on 9/11). It’s a very New York film and is very pro FDNY, who forever became heroes in NYC because of the sacrifices they made on 9/11 as well what they do on a daily basis. Lots of comedic cameos. I enjoyed seeing Keith Robinson- he’s a comic from Philly who was a mentor to Kevin Hart. I saw him once when I attended a live taping of Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn back in the day. Good to see him still alive considering he suffered a stroke a few years ago that left him partly paralyzed. Rich Vos, another Tough Crowd alum who I once saw in Penn Station. Lynne Koplitz who used to be a dead ringer for Cindy Crawford back in the day. Robert Smigel- famous comic writer, voice of Triumph The Insult Comic Dog. Action Bronson makes a brief funny cameo. Of course Bill Burr has a prominent role, and he pretty much looks like every stereotypical Irish fireman. Steve Buscemi, who actually was a fireman, is in this. It’s got a solid foundation, not the funniest movie Judd Apatow movie but I think that works to its benefit because it sometimes doesn’t seem like an Apatow movie (until his daughter pops up to remind you that it’s an Apatow film). If you hate Pete Davidson, you might hate this film. If you like Kid Cudi, you might like it. 7/10.
     
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  4. pHiLLip fARkLe
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    pHiLLip fARkLe The Last Laugh.

    Sep 3, 2020
    Started watching the binge but fell out.
    Vince Vaughn flaming the burn victim was f--king hilarious tho, gunna try to finish it tonight
    Morgan Freeman Narrating was also pretty comical to me
     
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  5. TimmyT
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    TimmyT I once scored 4 touchdowns in a single game

    Sep 8, 2020
    Rain Man

    really well acted film. i like how tom cruises character starts to sympathize with his brother as the film progresses. at first cruises character seems like he's selfish and self centered. but he changes as the movie goes along and they start to bond. this movie sort of reminded me of scent of a woman. there are certainly some similarities.

    8 out of 10
     
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  6. Judas Black
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    Judas Black The Dark Vegan

    Sep 15, 2020
    Hereditary - 8.4/10
    Midsommar - 7.8/10
    Fighting With My Family - 7.5/10
     
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  7. Justa K Dot
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    Sep 15, 2020
    the Tax Collecter- 0/10. Wtf was that???
     
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  8. TimmyT
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    TimmyT I once scored 4 touchdowns in a single game

    Sep 17, 2020
    From Dusk Til Dawn

    this is a pretty good action/thriller. i think its predictable, but that's to be expected with these type of films. always been a huge tarantino fan and it was nice to see him act for a long period of time. he usually only acts for a short period of time in his own films, but in this film that isn't the case. george clooney is ruthless in this lol. i like how everyone had to bond together at the end. good stuff.

    7 out of 10
     
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  9. Rick James
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    Rick James F R E S H

    Sep 17, 2020
    This is 11/10 movie just because of Salma Hayek herself lol
     
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  10. TimmyT
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    TimmyT I once scored 4 touchdowns in a single game

    Sep 17, 2020
    haha that scene is unforgettable!
     
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  11. Rick James
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    Rick James F R E S H

    Sep 17, 2020
    Boys are becoming men after watching this scene!
     
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  12. Judas Black
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    Judas Black The Dark Vegan

    Sep 21, 2020
    I'm Thinking of Ending Things - 5.3/10 (wtf)
    #Alive - 7.6/10
    Psych 2: Lassie Come Home - 7.9/10
     
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  13. Tom Brady
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    Tom Brady "I'm a pretty good winner."

    Sep 23, 2020 at 2:56 PM
    Used to love this movie. The aesthetic was awesome. I will never forget this movie because I thought I saw Cheech Marin 3 separate times throughout this movie, which turned out to be actors that just look like him; until he actually f--king shows up at the end lmao. I’ll never forget that shit lol
     
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