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  1. Rick Morranis - Little Shop of Horrors, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Little Giants
  2. I honestly can't remember what I said if I'm being honest.
  3. The Three Caballeros: A marked improvement over Saludos Amigos!. It's still not the greatest film but has some good (yet trippy) visuals. The Beautician and the Beast: Still don't know if I liked it or not though Rodger and Hammerstein's Cinderella: Definitely one of the best adaptations and was definitely ahead of its time. I'm not usually a Rodger and Hammerstein fan but definitely has some of their better music! Crazy Rich Asians: I was in a rom-com mood so sure, what the hell. It's a nice film and I would watch Michelle Yeoh in anything. Make Mine Music: It's another pa
  4. Saludos Amigos: It's the first of Disney's Package Films. It's pretty average. Scoob!: It's okay, nothing special. Like, it's transparently yet another attempt to create a cinematic universe and, as a result, most of Mystery Inc feels like extras in their own film. Push: I like this film for the potential it held than for the film itself. The world is more interesting than the film itself but the stars still do a fairly decent job with what they got. Groundhog Day: One of my absolute favorite films. It's funny, well-directed, just great on so many levels! Billy Murray deserves a
  5. Been bad with keeping up with things in this thread. Pinocchio: In a lot of ways, this is an improvement over Snow White. Some of the animation is really good (See Monstro), characters get personality, and the plot is only kind of a meandering trip. Wonder Woman: It's not a perfect film but definitely one of the best DC Comics films we've gotten. The No Man's Land sequence is one of the best action scenes in the last decade Anastasia: Once Upon a Time: It's a fucking time travel film where Anastasia is saved from death by time traveling to the 80s. It's somehow worse than it so
  6. Like most men, I worship at the shrine of Parker Posey and she is amazing in this film!
  7. The Witches of Eastwick: Funny enough Supernatural Comedy. Just with the four leads we had, I feel like it should have been epic but still pretty entertaining! Oh, and that John Williams score! Pinocchio: Definitely a good follow-up to Snow White. Some of the animation is really good (See Monstro), characters get personality, and the plot is only kind of a meandering trip. Films: 6
  8. I, Tonya: Margot Robbie is going to get her Oscar eventually. Just the way that she captures Tonya Harding in the film is wonderful! Mank: It's Oscar Bait but at least somewhat interesting, especially any part with Amanda Seyfried. Bridget Jones's Diary: It's a yearly tradition to watch this during January. Renee Zellweger is pretty good in it. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Simple but beautiful. Also, to be commended for what it spawned. Films: 4
  9. Final count for 2020: I watched 300 films. This was helped along by the fact that I wasn't hanging out with friends on weekends and that I had the extra money for extra streaming services and the such. That said, I also watched like 70 something films in December alone. October helped it. I will also hopefully not hit 300 films next year but we'll see.
  10. Pretty Woman, Erin Brockovich, Eat, Pray, Love
  11. Spider-Man: Far From Home: I think I remember disliking it more but it holds up pretty well. Sister Act 2: Back in The Habit: I somehow didn't get to this until the last day of 2020. Wild. The Lion King 1 1/2: It's not a bad film, has a few moments where it kind of falters though. The Skeleton Twins: Kristen Wiig is going to win an Oscar by the end of the 20s. Good for her when it happens! The Wizard of Oz: One of my favorite films since I was young (what gay boy doesn't love it though). It's a classic for a reason. Films: 264 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 7 Mst3k/Rifftr
  12. An Extremely Goofy Movie: I don't like that pretty much all of Max's Character Development from the first movie got pushed back but, otherwise, I enjoyed it quite a bit, especially all the 70s music throughout. Cinderella III: A Twist In Time: Probably the best of the Disney Straight to Video features. It helps that everyone gets better characterization and there are actual stakes at least. Frankenstein: It's a classic for a reason. Kentucky Fried Movie: One of my favorite, "Hey, we got a bunch of sketches, let's release it as a film" films. Zinc Oxide and You is a freaking trea
  13. Kiki's Delivery Service vs Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs
  14. Kiki's Delivery Service: I never fail to be reminded how charming and beautiful the film is! The Cat Returns: It's cute. Not my favorite but good. Fantastic Four: Not my cup of tea. Basically, someone had a basic idea of the Fantastic Four and decided to make a body horror film instead. The Princess Bride: It's a classic for a reason. Films: 254 Documentaries: 1 Rewatches: 7 Mst3k/Rifftrax/Other Assisted: 28