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slugboy

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It is with 100% certainty, I can say it's not Two For The Money.
“Eight Men Out” is by far the best I can think of, by John Sayles.

Also worth watching:
“Snatch”
In a bizarre sort of way, “Pulp Fiction” (the entire Bruce Willis section of the movie).
Finally, “The Hustler”/“The Color of Money” kind of go together
 

MidtownJacket

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Yeah rounders beats the others going away.
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Buzzbomb

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“Stillwater,” is an incredible film. Matt Damon will sweep the best actor awards.
Not since Good Will Hunting, has he been involved in such an incredible project.
Warning, it’s almost 2 1/2 hours long. Spoiler alert, plot twist ahead!
 

mts315

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It is with 100% certainty, I can say it's not Two For The Money.
I know I'm a few weeks behind on this conversation but Rounders is excellent. Uncut Gems is up there for me also.

A movie not on the list though that should be is The Hustler.

If you want to add a comedy to the list then it needs to be Kingpin.
 

kg01

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Anybody watch that Beckett movie on Netflix?

I watched because it was billed as a Fugitive-type movie. Needless to say I came away slightly disappointed.

You can't dive from like 4 stories and land on a car then walk away with minor injuries. You're welcome.
 

Jim Prather

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Anyone else watched Reminisce yet? Started out well - kind of like a Raymond Chandler novel but set in the future. The middle was weak, but had a decent ending. Overall not a great movie, but a good way to kill a couple of hours.
 

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Anyone else watched Reminisce yet? Started out well - kind of like a Raymond Chandler novel but set in the future. The middle was weak, but had a decent ending. Overall not a great movie, but a good way to kill a couple of hours.
I watched it. Overall, I thought it was not a very good movie. The ending was interesting, but it took a long, long, long time setting up the ending. If I had paid to see it at a theater instead of watching it with my HBOMax subscription, I would have been upset.
 

MidtownJacket

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Anyone else watched Reminisce yet? Started out well - kind of like a Raymond Chandler novel but set in the future. The middle was weak, but had a decent ending. Overall not a great movie, but a good way to kill a couple of hours.

I watched it. Overall, I thought it was not a very good movie. The ending was interesting, but it took a long, long, long time setting up the ending. If I had paid to see it at a theater instead of watching it with my HBOMax subscription, I would have been upset.

Interesting, my wife and I almost watched it Saturday. It was long 2.5 hours so we went with the newish Ryan Reynolds Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard. It was what we expected (deadpool light, with a fun cast) and with some suspended belief it was enjoyable.

Still planned to watch it this weekend (felt like it was a combination of Inception and Tenet. It has us excited to see it - sounds like for free, it is worth the price of admission (time value of hours)
 

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On vacation the past week and got out to the theater yesterday to see Shang Chi.

Really entertaining with plenty of great fight scenes and a nice intro for an MCU character.
 
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