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    Infinity War 9/10
    The Greatest Showman 8/10
    I Can Only Imagine 8/10
    WANTED: Boxed, Carded and Kresge Carded WGSH

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    Ready Player One: 5/10. What a mess.
    Black Panther: 7/10. I enjoyed it but it dragged some. Somehow Black Panther is the least interesting character in his own movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Andre the Giant (documentary) 8/10 (and I normally loathe wrestling.)
    An Honest Liar 7/10 - Doc on the Amazing Randi, good but too much time on his marriage, yes it's interesting but I signed up for his career.
    I really enjoyed the Andre documentary

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    Ready Player One 7/10
    Infinity War 9.5/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by palitoy View Post
    Andre the Giant (documentary) 8/10 (and I normally loathe wrestling.)
    An Honest Liar 7/10 - Doc on the Amazing Randi, good but too much time on his marriage, yes it's interesting but I signed up for his career.
    I thought the exact same thing on the Randi documentary.

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    Avengers Infinity War 9/10
    Ready Player One 8/10
    Black Panther 7.5/10

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    Avengers Infinity War 10/10. - I mean, what's not to like? If you can't find fun with this, I don't think it's the movie's fault.

    Miami Connection 8/10 - This is a very, very so bad it's good 80s Tai Kwan Do movie. Absolutely incredible music, action, acting. The funny part is by the end, you just feel good. I'd give it a 10, but it really is bad.


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    TCM sems to be on an old B-Movies kick. (Like, not just crummy movies, but legit B-movies which played as second features.) I never heard of the Maisie series - apparently it was HUGE back in the day.

    Maisie (1939) - light and fun

    Congo Maisie (1940) - Really dull compared to the first one. The male lead wasn't likable this time at all. Shot using some Tarzan sets, so that part was kinda neat. Super duper racist - as almost to be expected.

    The Dragon Murder Case (1934) - Silly plot, but I'm not usually a whodoneit fan. Some of the cast was fun.

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    How exactly do I put a number on Roller Boogie (1979)? You've got disco, skates, cute-as-a-button Linda Blair, spandex, high socks, short shorts, and the director of Commando and Class of 1999. This should be Plaid Stallions required viewing.

    I enjoyed every minute of it, but I think this clip from the opening credits really captures the fun 70s spirit that oozes from every frame.


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    Watching a movie based on someone’s rating is subjective to whether or not you share the same taste in movies.
    If someone rated a movie a ten but they hate Rocky movies and love Tom Cruise movies then their 10/10 doesn’t mean a whole lot to me.
    Hopefully our common interests in toys suggests we may appreciate the same type of movies too.

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