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Scott Roberts
Four Months Worth of Movie GIF Reactions
on Oct 2, 2017 at 3:36:50 pm

I've been somewhat absent from this beloved forum for a good chunk of this year, which makes me sad! Life has decided to become exceptionally busy for me in every way. From buying a new house and doing all that comes with it, to starting the process of trying to have a baby (wait, I'm supposed to put it where?!?!), I just haven't had time to write reviews very much anymore. And while I still make time to *go* to movies, I just kind of take my opinion now and keep it to myself. I at least had a little time this morning to come back here and give the laziest form of reaction I can possibly think of... gif reactions!

Here's everything I've seen in the last four months!


WONDER WOMAN



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THE MUMMY



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47 METERS DOWN



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BABY DRIVER



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SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING



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WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES



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THE BIG SICK



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DUNKIRK



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VALERIAN



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GIFTED



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ATOMIC BLONDE



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DETROIT



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BEWARE THE SLENDERMAN



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LOGAN LUCKY



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IT



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IRON PROTECTOR



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HIDDEN FIGURES



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KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE



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Mike Cohen
Re: Four Months Worth of Movie GIF Reactions
on Oct 2, 2017 at 3:50:05 pm

Scott - this is a unique way to review movies. I can almost hear your dry sarcasm in my head as I view these 1 second GIFs.

Personally, I only saw Dunkirk at the theater this year, but I have watched hundreds of hours of television series and movies on Netflix.
Let me just say that just because Netflix is spending $700 trillion on original content does not mean it is all great. Some Netflix movies have proven to be really, really, really awful. Most Netflix tv series are actually quite good, if not cinematically good. We even watched Sense8 which is not for everyone but with the Cliff Notes it is interesting to watch.

I'll make a new posting sometime summarizing our Netflix and Amazon viewing history another time.

Good to hear from you - I have been rather absent here too.

Mike Cohen


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Mark Suszko
Re: Four Months Worth of Movie GIF Reactions
on Oct 2, 2017 at 8:35:43 pm

Welcome to fatherhood and the end of your freedom to enjoy your own time on your own terms for about 20 years. ☺ At least I'm sure you won't be one of those people that brings an infant to the theater, especially for R-rated fare.

I just saw Golden Circle and I didn't think it wasn't nearly as good or original as the first Kingsman movie, though Sir Elton was funny in it. Could have had more Elton in it.
I thought it was just kind of going thru the motions trying to repeat the first movie, without really concentrating on character development. It was offered in omnimax in my town but I'm happy I only saw it in 2-d. I don;t think it's a *bad* movie, but it's nothing that you can;t wait for Pay Per View/ Streaming/ Redbox to see.

Baby Driver and Logan Lucky are on my list to see.


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Stephen Smith
Re: Four Months Worth of Movie GIF Reactions
on Oct 2, 2017 at 8:48:01 pm

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Stephen Smith

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Stephen Smith
Re: Four Months Worth of Movie GIF Reactions
on Oct 2, 2017 at 8:50:34 pm

Looks like I didn't post the Gif right. Sorry, here it is:



Stephen Smith

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