Spaceships, robots, explosions, a big teddy bear & a final battle scene with lightsabers (which are glowing swords). Rinse repeat.****! They made nine episodes of star wars? I haven't seen the first one yet, can I get a 30 second break down of what they're all about?
Haven't got into Netflix yet. All my movies are on Blu-Ray, ripped lossless to Plex/Infuse and played back via AppleTV.LeeToRainestoRoach, break out of your comfort zone and watch American Factory on Netflix. You'll dig it.
But they seem to keep building new ones....I have two mega plexes one 5k west, one 5 k east, with a new one 3k north just opened and another one 4K south opening this year 2020.I've been a few times to the flicks recently & the cinemas were just about empty. I don't know how they can continue to make money with the real estate required for these multiplexs.
For those who liked Parasite, check out Bong Jooh Ho's other stuff.. one of his earliest and best is Memories of Murder which I've spruiked on here before. Police hunt a serial killer in rural Korea in the 1980s. Also stars Kang-Ho Song, the father in Parasite.Average year for movies but I still watched plenty. Yet to see 1917 (which I expect will surge into my top 10).
1917 is great. My second-best for the season.Average year for movies but I still watched plenty. Yet to see 1917 (which I expect will surge into my top 10).
2. American Factory (doco)
3. JoJo Rabbit
4. Marriage Story
5. For Sama (doco)
6. The Farewell
8. Uncut Gems
9. The Two Popes
10. Honeyland (doco)
11. Knives Out
13. Little Women
14. Once Upon a Time in Tarantino World
15. Ford v Ferrari
57. The Irishman
LeeToRainestoRoach, break out of your comfort zone and watch American Factory on Netflix. You'll dig it.
Yep bloody good actor, awesome as Johnny Cash .I've heard that from many who've seen it CC.
Phoenix acted up a Storm but the movie itself was not that hot.
I haven't seen it.