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Bernnie Federko

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For a 3.5 hour movie - it didnt feel its length - and thats super high praise I think..;)
Exactly. For me, the line is Jackie Brown. Even at 2.5 hours, and with great scenes, I couldn't and still can't sit through it. I didn't have any issue with Irishman, at an hour beyond that. Fantastic pacing, IMHO.
 

JuJuHound

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Uncut Gems - Sandler decided to start acting and gives a great performance. Background music is what makes this movie even more epic.
Garnett is good too!
 
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rave jedi

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Lots of mixed reviews once again for these episodes of the sequel trilogy which concluded the Skywalker saga.

Liked it enough, so I'm seeing it again over the holidays. :cool:

 
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praktik

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Lots of mixed reviews once again for these episodes of the sequel trilogy which concluded the Skywalker saga.

Liked it enough, so I'm seeing it again over the holidays. :cool:

It's a bit of a mystery to me given how absolute appalling the first three eps done by Lucas were, that these ones get so much shit tossed at them - like are we forgetting how low the bar was??
 
The new Star Wars, for me is similar to The Matrix: Revolutions or what Spectre was to Skyfall in the James Bond series: great set up with the previous two movies (The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi especially - took Star Wars into a whole new direction) and does nothing with them. Goes the safe route of mostly fan service. It even felt a bit like what Alien: Covenant was to Prometheus - some fixing of plot details from the previous movie (we finally get a bit of an explanation with Leia's Mary Poppins bit in The Last Jedi).

I didn't hate it, just felt like all the hoopla that had been built up was overblown. Some great Star Wars moments in the film, but they're sprinkled a bit few and far between.
 
Spoiler for Dolittle

Did you guys know that the end of Dolittle has Robert Downey Jr. pulling a set of bagpipes that was lodged in a dragon's asshole?

I was completely sober when I wrote that - and it's true. Not a joke.
 
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