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  • Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    I saw A Man Named Otto cause my SO loved the book and original film. It is a solid film...Kepler would hate it cause Tom Hanks is quite good ;^)
    I like any performance in which any actor is good. I am still waiting for this with Tom Hanks.

    To be fair, his Jimmy Dugan was fine, I exaggerate for effect. He voices a great Woody. That is truly the role he was born to play. He was okay in That Thing You Do, too, and that was just enough of him.

    I would not object to a 3 minute cameo by Tom Hanks in every movie, provided he could not appear on screen for a second longer.
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    • Originally posted by Handyman View Post
      I saw A Man Named Otto cause my SO loved the book and original film. It is a solid film...Kepler would hate it cause Tom Hanks is quite good ;^)
      Good to know. I liked the original Swedish movie and the book.

      kinda wish we’d seen that yesterday instead of the whale

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      • Originally posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post

        Good to know. I liked the original Swedish movie and the book.

        kinda wish we’d seen that yesterday instead of the whale
        I want to see The Whale...just likely will wait til it is on streaming.

        Honestly I felt the same way about Otto, but I am glad I saw it. I didn't get as emotional as she did but it was interesting seeing Mr. Rogers play a grumpy old man who thinks everyone are idiots!
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        • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

          I like any performance in which any actor is good...
          mookie can’t believe Kepler has yet to see Bachelor Party!!!
          a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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          • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

            mookie can’t believe Kepler has yet to see Bachelor Party!!!
            This is, sadly, true. But he was good in Volunteers, which is the same vintage.
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            • I loved Volunteers.

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              • Originally posted by Scarlet View Post
                I loved Volunteers.
                I was the perfect age. It is good stupid fun.

                Edit: oh god, no I wasn't. I was 22. That movie is really more like me at 15. Well, it doesn't matter, I thought it was wonderfully stupidly funny.
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                • I watched The Banshee: Ed Sheeran on HBO. Excellent movie, but very confusing. Not a single Ed Sheeran song in the lot.

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                  • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                    The Menu. Enjoyable bit of silliness, with Fiennes and Taylor-Joy excellent and Hoult his usual hilarious self.
                    I second this. It's a fun romp. (Watching on HBO)
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                    • Originally posted by ticapnews View Post
                      I watched The Banshee: Ed Sheeran on HBO. Excellent movie, but very confusing. Not a single Ed Sheeran song in the lot.
                      I expected somebody to self-mutilate. Disappointed.
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                      • mookie caught glass onion two nights ago. ahright.

                        mookie also saw that vision quest is on youtube so watching that for the first time in 30some odd years. always knew it had a great soundtrack (yes, even with madonna). mookie considers this a classic and quite surprised that it took so long to see again (considering mookie has watched road house 4,768,431 times and hangover 2 slightly less in the gap between vision quest viewings :-) )
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                        • mookie's Road House addiction made me think: which movies have I watched the most times in my life?

                          My guess:

                          1. The Thing (John Carpenter version)
                          2. Uh, probably Roadhouse, to be honest
                          3. Gunfight at OK Corral
                          4. Guys and Dolls
                          5. Nosferatu (Murnau version)
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                          • Hmm. If I had to guess in no particular order:

                            Jaws, Meet Me In St. Louis (every year since i can remember), Fletch, Shawshank Redemption, and despite it's length possibly Lawrence of Arabia.

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                            • Agree. Maybe a couple of them on Scorsese flicks.

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                              • Scorsese flicks are 140 minutes too long.
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