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    Anomalisa today.

    I haven’t seen Inside Out yet (and I heard it’s good). But right now I’m disappointed that Anomalisa didn’t get Oscar, it's an interesting animation.

    I’ve also seen Mad Max recently (Oscar movies backlog) and I think I froze at the beginning and didn’t move during all the movie. That’s a good review from me
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    Apparently I'm going to watch Zootopia
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    is this a remake? I think I watched a tv film exactly like it
    I don't think it is a remake
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
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    What say you? I thought it was overrated, like Parks and Rec. Nothing original. I can't believe I sat through an entire season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wixiw View Post
    What say you? I thought it was overrated, like Parks and Rec. Nothing original. I can't believe I sat through an entire season.

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    First nine eps of The Twilight Zone. Loved it! How could I not?
    ye, sorta, bit over the top, in a pseudo-intellectual-culture-critic-wonnabe way, haven't finished it, PaR less so, more stand-up comedy-ish.
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    the revenant had some cool nature scenery
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    Allegiant. I greatly enjoyed the first 2 films, but this one is just ok. It suffers from a sudden change in location and villain. The action scenes are good but there aren't enough of them. I did like the wall in the early scenes -- very tall and beautiful structure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    Allegiant. I greatly enjoyed the first 2 films, but this one is just ok. It suffers from a sudden change in location and villain. The action scenes are good but there aren't enough of them. I did like the wall in the early scenes -- very tall and beautiful structure.
    I just watched it too. I liked it, but I agree i really enjoyed the first 2.
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