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Old 12-04-2019, 02:32 AM
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31. Knives Out, grade B - = I liked this movie more until I realized it was just illegal immigrant propaganda. All the white people are greedy and self obsessed, while the illegal immigrant is selfless with a heart of gold. They should of kept the social commentary out. Hollyweird just canít help themselves. This is a well made murder mystery with nice twists throughout and good acting. But movie goers donít need preached too or bombarded with sneaky messages. We want to forget our troubles. The director must think we are stupid.

I wonít buy this movie.

P.S Just saw Frozen 2 = Almost the same thing. The good guys are nature loving Indians and the evil doer is white Anglican people. Like I said, Hollyweird just canít help themselves. Why donít they talk about how the Aztecs used to behead people in their ancient rituals.
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28. Terminator: Dark Fate, grade B- = it a good action movie but as a Terminator movie, itís a mess. Screws with the Terminator narrative too much and tries to create a new one. However, the action and acting are good, so I liked it even though I didnít like what it did to the Terminator narrative.
And it's already such a mind f***. Why screw with the already great and complex narrative.
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And it's already such a mind f***. Why screw with the already great and complex narrative.
Such a weird combo. Good action movie but bad sequel

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32. Dark Waters, grade A = the best movie Iíve seen this year. True story and scary as hell. Itís about Teflon poisoning. Basically DuPont made a dangerous chemical that it used in Teflon pots and pans. This chemical caused a whole bunch of cancers and thyroid problems. DuPont knew that this chemical was killing people and causing mutations but kept dumping it in the Ohio River anyway. This movie is about the lawyers fight to hold them accountable. Everyone needs to watch this movie. The dangerous chemical doesnít degrade and is now in 99% of animal life. The people who drank the poisonous water are still developing cancers and dying. Itís a tragedy.
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