Benkid Cratchit

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  1. Enjoyed it as well. Artie Lange was hilarious.
  2. ***spoilers***

    That was a bad stoppage, but I won't lie when I say that it was a ton of fun seeing Browne get his face caved in.
  3. I kinda' liked Passengers (2016). The whole premise of how they woke up is really grating on my conscience and whether I think the story was redeemed by the end of the film, and I can't quite put my finger on it. I really, really wished they hadn't put a bunch of stuff inside that just added to the whole moral conundrum of the film. It's ticks all the right boxes for a space blockbuster, though, but nowadays it's not really hard to do one anymore.
  4. Pilot of Big Little Lies definitely had the help of Reese Witherspoon being phenomenal, and so far everyone else has been downright splendid, plus the production definitely seems bigger than the average HBO show. Now we just gotta' see if the actual mystery of the show can keep up.
  5. Because comic book films are supposed to be dark, dude. Did you not hear Batman's song that he wrote himself in the LEGO Movie?
  6. He really is the best
  7. Are you kidding? Pop loves him. They won't trade him until he truly has to. Then again, he also loved Diaw. Also, Jokic might be my favorite non-Spurs player now. Fucking workhorse.
  8. I loved Loving (2016). So understated, so simple and yet so polished, especially through the acting of both Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton. Out of all the nominated actresses for the Oscar this year, I really hope Negga wins.
  9. The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) was just about everything I needed it to be.
  10. I watched High School Musical at 2am today. It made me super depressed after I was already pretty damn sad. It's like such a feel good movie and it totally was the wrong time to watch it.
  11. Silence was a gut punch. I honestly don't know how I feel about this film, only that I want to watch it again to understand it more but I really am at a loss for words now. That final shot, wow. Right now, it's all still super fresh with me, so I might be going a bit hyperbolic by saying it's the best Scorcese movie I've seen.
  12. I have a feeling that's where they're going with that, as he had that final scene with Martin Freeman, which I'm excited to see where it goes. I echo what Jimmy said, Lion had an incredible first half, but the second half was absolutely bogged down with Oscar bait. That scene between Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman with her in the wheelchair was absolutely excruciating, and had me almost lose any interest in the film. Sunny Pawar, the child actor, was incredible, though.
  13. Jesus Christ, is that out already? Fuck off, Netflix, I have a life, you know