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    Quote Originally Posted by John F Musser View Post
    Lou on Netflix. Not a perfect movie, however. A very good dog, a bad ass, complicated, six foot tall 60 plus year old protagonist, a bolt action rifle, and characters that stay true to character. A lot of miserable raining set pieces the actors embraced. It is worth watching.
    Thanks for the heads up. I'll watch it without my wife. If there is even a chance a dog dies in a movie, she is not fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost and Found View Post
    If there is even a chance a dog dies in a movie, she is not fun.
    Is she John Wick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost and Found View Post
    If there is even a chance a dog dies in a movie, she is not fun.
    Killing a dog in a movie annoys the hell out of me as well. If you don't mind a few spoilers, there is a handy website, Doesthedogdie It's crowd sourced but generally pretty accurate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Ptacek View Post
    Is she John Wick?
    It's possible.

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    The new Avatar movie wasn't as bad as I was expecting. Yes, there are plenty of cringe moments over the 3+ hours, but it was decent escapism.

    The lead female alien is impressively brutal.

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    Watched “Unforgivable” with the wife. A very unglamorous Sandra Bullock in a gritty role. Good plot, good acting.
    Not a typical feel goof Hollywood movie, sort of a dark story but an interesting plot with an good twist t the end.
    She pays a woman who gets out of prison after 20 years

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    Watched “The Banshees of Inisherin”, billed as dark tragicomedy. Loved this movie. Had a indie feel, amazing cinematography of Ireland, great acting.
    The plot was so much better than I had anticipated. Put the closed captioning on, the Irish brogues may be difficult to understand.
    You know you have seen a good movie when you are still talking about it the next day. I saw it on HBO Max.

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    Tyson 2008. Technically a documentary, but highly entertaining. I'm not into sports docs, but this was great from many different angles. Mike Tyson is a fascinating character.

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    Starting Strength Radio #192 - Q & A episode. 1:15:38 in, and I quote directly from Rip:

    Predator was the greatest film...
    I'm glad you agree Rip. No need for anyone to listen past that quoted time in the episode.

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    No one has mentioned Violent Night so I will now my favorite Christmas movie, David Harbour kills it as Santa the rest of the cast does a good job, Rip this Santa was a Viking before he was Santa it"s streaming diiferent places now watch it

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