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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by dafarmer, Mar 20, 2020.
That has Mystery Science Theater written all over it.
I've recently tried to watch that. So far I have made it about 30 minutes. I was not prepared for the fact that it is some sort of weird musical.
Also, Why not just play his music instead of someone else's rendition of his music.
I got my daughter to watch some MST3K and she was cracking up.
Sometimes we will mute a movie we've both seen and do our own commentary. I have to remember to censor my comments, but it's quickly become a really cool father-daughter bonding experience.
If you have Pluto TV on Roku they have an entire channel dedicated to MST3K. Also an entire channel that plays nothing but American Gladiators. Its.....awesome.
Frozen 2. Daughter loved it though.
I agree with what many have said here about Frozen II. Bad concept, bad movie.
I thought it was pretty good. Did he actually do that with a grenade in real life? That's pretty bad ass.
Mortal Engines. ******* terrible.
Watched Captive State last night, maybe I over served myself but no idea what that movie was supposed to be about.
Did catch 1917 on Monday before theaters closed. It was my son and me and 2 other people. I thought it was good and he thought it was great.
I think it's actually pretty good and nostalgic to watch, but the '89 and '92 Batman movies have been on.
The characters are much more cartoonish and lots of scenes are pretty hoky but still badly enjoyable.
And Killer Clowns from Outer Space is on Comet right now...so that one.
Ad Astra. So boring.
We watched the Irishman. Waited 3+ hours for something to happen. It didn't.
I watched Piranha 3D a while ago. In all honesty...I laughed, so it did what was intended, i suppose. Also, Elisabeth Shue is never a bad thing.
I'm glad you said this. I have almost started this about 5 different times and opted for something else.
Six Underground. It's only redeeming quality was that it was a straight to Netflix streamer so I only burned time and not money at a theater.
I rewatched The Mousetrap with my daughter last night. Holy crap I forgot how stupid the 2 guys are over and over and over again.
It was exactly what I thought it would be ..... and I would watch it again. Jerry O'Connell has such a punchable face.
1917, was really excited to see it, but disappointing. Long drawn out and a bunch of little mini stories that didn't really have a point.
Mousetrap or Mouse Hunt? I only ask because long ago, for some reason I can't even start to fathom now, I saw Mouse Hunt in the theater.
A Season to Forget (AKA: The 2019-20 Cyclone Men's Basketball Experience)