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    Spies In Disguise - 8/10
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    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, well made of course, Brad Pitt & Dicaprio play likable guys, a few familiar actors in bit parts that was nice to see.
    The ending was really enjoyable imo. Probably won't ever watch it again. Long movie. You got near 3hrs to watch a story slowly unfold, give it a go.
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

    "It must be poor life that achieves freedom from fear" - Aldo Leopold

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, well made of course, Brad Pitt & Dicaprio play likable guys, a few familiar actors in bit parts that was nice to see.
    The ending was really enjoyable imo. Probably won't ever watch it again. Long movie. You got near 3hrs to watch a story slowly unfold, give it a go.
    It was on TV yesterday.
    Not bad. 7/10. Not much happens, and yet there's a comfortable bit of action.
    Margot Robbie seems to have alternated between a few bits of good acting, and a few bits of dialing it in.
    An abundance of women's legs.

    He fed the dog : Racoon flavoured dog food, and Rat flavoured dog food.

    Unexpected that the Charles Manson wannabee's didn't make it to Sharon Tate's and Roman Polanski's house.

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    Right now, there are several new shows out that were filmed last year.
    But this summer, possibly every movie and TV show will be delayed due to coronavirus (some to avoid filming in groups, some because audiences can't go to theatres).

    Meanwhile, if you want to risk your sanity, may I recommend

    Contagion (2011)
    Resident Evil (box set)
    Outbreak (1995)
    Cabin Fever (2002/2016)
    28 Days Later (2002)
    Survival of the Dead (2017)
    Train to Busan (2016)
    Carriers (2009)
    Shaun of the Dead (2004)
    Nightmare City (1980)
    Zombieland (2009)
    Zombie 2 (1979)
    12 Monkeys (1995)
    Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

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    Secondhand Lions is one of our favorite fall backs when we get stuck in the house due to weather or what ever.

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    Watched this last night with my son (Cineplex rental). We both loved it. Solid 8 out of 10.

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    Birds of Prey: 7/10. Not really what we expected but still entertaining

    The Gentlemen: 9/10. Loved it. Guy Ritchie strikes gold once again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curly1 View Post
    Secondhand Lions is one of our favorite fall backs when we get stuck in the house due to weather or what ever.

    Oh! Good call! I have to give that one another watch!!
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    The Jay & Silent Bob Reboot, mildly amusing but pretty terrible. The credits stuff was the best part.
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

    "It must be poor life that achieves freedom from fear" - Aldo Leopold

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, well made of course, Brad Pitt & Dicaprio play likable guys, a few familiar actors in bit parts that was nice to see.
    The ending was really enjoyable imo. Probably won't ever watch it again. Long movie. You got near 3hrs to watch a story slowly unfold, give it a go.
    25 Things You Missed In Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
    Aug 2019, 17 minutes

    http://y2u.be/mNJQmcOSnpA

    Several of them are nothing (Tarantino cigarettes, Tarantino burger joint, Tarantino movie theatre),
    but one I should have caught that went right over my head was the Natalie Wood reference.




    Sharon visits the bookstore to pick up Tess of the D’Urbervilles. The novel has a 1979 film adaptation, directed by none other than Roman Polanski and dedicated to the late Sharon Tate herself
    -- Gill Again

    It's a homage of Robert Altman's adaptation of Raymond Chandler's The Long Good Bye, where the opening scene is 10 minutes of the protagonist trying to feed his cat.
    -- Butterball

    "Who was your favorite actor and why was it brad pitt?"
    -- Dan Toledano

    Foreshadow : when rick is reading his book on the lancer set next to the little girl, he talks about easy breezy falling and injuring his hip, which gave him a limp but he survived. At the end, Cliff gets stabbed in the hip and declares that he “might get a limp, but he’ll be alright” (not verbatim) and I think that is a reference to easy breezy in the book.
    -- Julian

    The girl who sells the LSD cigarettes to Cliff is played by Perla Haney-Jardine, the actress who played B.B. Kiddo (the Bride and Bill's daughter) in Kill Bill Vol. 2.
    -- Faygris

    The song the Manson girls are singing when we first meet them scavenging is a song the real Manson family sings in a documentary made of them.
    -- Osakri

    The Reason Paul Revere and the Raiders feature prominently, apart from their great music, is that they were produced by Terry Melcher, former owner of the Polanski house, and the guy who pissed Manson off. The music on the albums of Paul Revere and the Raiders was performed by L.A. studio musicians known as The Wrecking Crew, as noted in the documentary of the same name. In Once Upon a Time Sharon Tate goes to watch herself in the movie The Wrecking Crew.
    -- Anadromist

    in the beginning of the movie rick says to cliff that (I forget who he said) told him to never rent in Hollywood and to own your house.. Tate and Polanski were renting the house.. if they had owned it maybe Manson wouldn’t have set that house as the target due to the fact his old friend use to live there..
    -- Baseball513

    How do you not know that the 'Maltese Falcon' is the gold object in the suitcase in 'Pulp Fiction'.
    -- trexpaddock

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