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  1. I'm planning to show this to some friends next month for a movie night so I'm glad to hear. I'm a fan of the original cut so I can't wait!
  2. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe: Tilda Swinton really is the star here. The child actors aren't bad but this is 100% her movie. Planet Terror/Deathproof: I ended up watching Grindhouse. Planet Terror is definitely the better of the two films but the last 30 minutes of Deathproof almost make it worth watching. Iron Man: Starting a slow rewatch of all of the Marvel films this year, taking my time though. Iron Man feels very different from the films that came after it. It's not trying to create connective tissue like in most other films, the look and feel is different, it's just so obvious that the MCU connections came later when it became successful. Films: 8
  3. The Unicorn: It's a film about a couple trying to have a threeway. It's not bad but it slowly hits some Chasing Amy areas that I started to dislike. Beetlejuice: One of my favorites. It has some problems but from a production standpoint, it's a standout! Films: 4
  4. To be fair, that would be more exciting than three quarters of the stuff currently on WWE. As I said on Twitter yesterday, Love you Molly and your experience is important!
  5. New trailer is supposed to hit on the 6th, film is dated for April 3rd.
  6. Just doing Favorite because I don't watch enough films in a year where I feel comfortable saying "Best." 2010-Inception 2011-The Muppets 2012-The Cabin In The Woods 2013-Frozen 2014-Captain America: The Winter Soldier 2015-The Martian 2016-Hush 2017-Lady Bird 2018-Black Panther 2019-Knives Out
  7. Midnight Kiss: I've found Hulu's "Into The Dark" series has been iffy at best from the films in it that I've watched. Midnight Kiss is the first one I've enjoyed. It's a slasher film with a largely gay cast and a gay director and it really shows. It's so rare you get one gay character in a slasher who's not a stereotype, let alone a cast of them so this was nice to have gay men that sound like gay men. Devil's Pass: So I figured, hey, I watched one gay themed horror film, why not make it two. It's not terrible but it wasn't a good film. Films: 2
  8. Phineas and Ferb The Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension: Got bored and couldn't find anything too interesting so there this on in the background. It wasn't too bad. Films: 196 Documentary: 1 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 12 Repeats: 8 Final Count: 217 Final Thoughts: I wasn't expecting to hit 200 this year but here we are. A combination of Disney+, Halloween, and Christmas really put things over. Honestly, I'm more excited for a New Year so I can watch a movie without having to try to remember if I'd watched it yet this year.
  9. Inception: It's still one of my favorites of the last decade and it still works as a metaphor for the film-going experience. Films: 195 Documentary: 1 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 12 Repeats: 8
  10. Miracle on 34th Street: The original. One of my two favorite Christmas movies. It's just so charming and sincere in what it is. A Christmas Story: This is my go to Christmas movie for when I have other things I feel like doing. It's not bad, it just kind of is that movie that I can easily tune-out while working on stuff. Santa Claus: The Mexican Christmas film, the MST3K version. One of my favorites because the film is just so absurd, the riffs are all on point, and it just all works. The Nightmare Before Christmas: This year, its a Christmas movie. I'll decide what it is again next year. A Rocky Mountain Christmas: It's this weird Dolly Parton film from the 80s. It has orphans, Lee Majors, and a witch with big hair named Jezebel. How can I not love it? Christmas Vacation: My other favorite Christmas film. I've said a lot about it in the past. It's one of the two Christmas movies that really hit me in the feels every year (The Night Before is the other one). It speaks to this Melancholy I always have by the end of Christmas every year. Films: 194 Documentary: 1 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 12 Repeats: 8
  11. The Beautiful thing about Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 is that you can watch the film without having seen the original because the first 45 minutes is literally just a clip show of the first film.
  12. Slay Belles: It's a fairly amusing Christmas Horror Movie. It has a hick Santa, the Krampus, and some bad ass women. A Bad Moms Christmas: I enjoyed the original. This one was a little less enjoyable though the older actresses definitely did bring something interesting to the proceedings. Same Place, Next Christmas: ABC's attempt at making a Hallmark Film is alright. Far from a terrible film but still unremarkable. Beauty and The Beast: The Enchanted Christmas: It's not great but it has a few highlights in the middle of the many lowlights. Babes in Toyland: The one from the 80s is really weird. Like super extra weird. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York: Kevin has had a year to think on the fact that he could have died and two men should have died by his hands. He isn't putting up with his family's shit anymore. He commits Credit Card fraud. He's a lot more harsh in his attempts to kill The Sticky Bandits. Kevin is well on his way to becoming Jigsaw. Films: 189 Documentary: 1 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 11 Repeats: 8
  13. Happy December 25th! If this day has a special meaning to you, may it be a halfway decent day! If it doesn't, may it be a halfway decent day!
  14. Cats: On one hand, it's better than I was expecting. On the other, I was expecting a a vastly ineptly made train wreck. Instead, what I got was an ineptly made train wreck. It's a bad movie with a few catchy performances but I walked away wondering, "Why the hell?" Films: 183 Documentary: 1 MST3K/Rifftrax Assisted: 11 Repeats: 8