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Daniel last won the day on September 15 2018

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  1. Daniel

    Films watched in 2020

    The Grudge (3) was alright. It certainly wasn't as good as the first (or even the second) but it was passable. It some creepy moments and quite good effects. Not the worst horror I've seen but also not one of the best.
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    Guest Suggestions

    Skeet Ulrich (Jericho, Scream, Riverdale, Law & Order: LA, Robot Chicken & As Good As it Gets) Bailey Chase (Buffy, Batman Vs Superman, Ugly Betty, Queen of the South & Longmire) Christine Taylor (Dodgeball, Tropic Thunder, Arrested Development & Brady Bunch) Alexa Davalos (The Punisher, The Man in the High Castle, Mob City & Angel) Leven Rambin (Hunger Games, Gone, Tomorrow People, Terminator: Sarah Connor & Percy Jackson) Adam Kaufman (Without a Trace, State of Affairs, Dawson’s Creek & Buffy)
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    Films watched in 2020

    Bombshell was very good. It had a very strong cast but they all played the part very well and it was a real insight to corruption in the media.
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    Films watched in 2020

    Seberg was a good drama thriller. It wasn't as engaging as it could have been but certainly dramatic and a fantastic performance from Kristen Stewart.
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    Films watched in 2020

    Jo Jo Rabbit was an entertaining film. It had a good mix of funny and serious moments. Some of it was very amusing although not sure it deserved its many award nominations.
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    Guest Suggestions

    Lindsay Crouse (Buffy, LA Dragnet & Law & Order) Chad Lindberg (Supernatural, CSI: NY, I Spit On Your Grave & Agents of S.H.I.E.LD.) Shiri Appleby (Roswell, ER, Swimfan, Six Degrees, Girls, Un-Real & Life Unexpected) Michael Stoyanov (The Dark Knight, Blossom & Billions) Jackson Rathbone (Twilight, S Darko, The Last Airbender, The Last Ship & Aim High) Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory, Charmed, 8 Simple Rules & 6Teen)
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    Guest Suggestions

    Seth Green (Star Wars: Clone Wars, Family Guy, Buffy, Austin Powers, IT & Robot Chicken) Heather Morris (Glee, Spring Breakers & Ice Age: Continental Drift) Mary Mouser (Cobra Kai, Body of Proof, NCIS & Freakish) Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy, Ringer, Scream 2, Star Wars Rebels, The Grudge & The Crazy Ones) Amy Adams (Man of Steel, Enchanted, Justice League, Sharp Objects, The Muppets & Doubt) Jack Conley (Angel, NCIS, Agent Carter, Sons of Anarchy, CSI, The Purge: Anarchy & Buffy)
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    Films watched in 2020

    Little Women was a good adaptation. Likeable performances and pleasant enough story telling. Nothing amazing but fans of the book won't be disappointed.
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    Films watched in 2020

    1917 was an excellent war movie. Some of the scenes were extremely well done and scarily realistic. If you are a fan of war movies this is certainly one for you.
  10. An Angel guest! Thank you
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    Guest Suggestions

    Anna Faris (Scary Movies, The House Bunny, The Dictator, Mom & Brokeback Mountain) Teresa Palmer (A Discovery of Witches, Hacksaw Ridge, I Am Number Four, Warm Bodies & The Grudge 2) Bianca Lawson (Pretty Little Liars, Teen Wolf, Vampire Diaries, Buffy & Queen Sugar) Azura Skye (Buffy, American Horror Story, CSI: Miami, Working The Engels & One Missed Call) Olivia Cooke (Bates Motel, Ready Player One & Ouija) Claire Danes (Terminator 3 , Homeland, Romeo & Juliet & Stardust)
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    Guest Suggestions

    Amanda Seyfried (In Time, Ted 2, Les Miserables, Mamma Mia, Mean Girls, Red Riding Head & Veronica Mars) Emma Roberts (American Horror Story, Scream Queens & Scream 4) Joseph Lawrence (Melissa & Joey, Blossom, Hawaii Five-0, CSI NY & Half & Half) Autumn Reeser (Lost Boys 2, Hawaii Five-0, The O.C., No Ordinary Family, Last Resort & The Arrangement) Gary Grubbs (Bad Lieutenant, The O.C., Will & Grace & The X Files) Alicia Silverstone (Batman & Robin, Clueless, Surburgatory, Miss Match & Scooby Doo 2)
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    Movies of the 10s Poll

    Thank you for those who took part. Here are the results: 1. =Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 1. =The Hunger Games 3. Hidden Figures 4. Avengers: Endgame 5. =The Expendables 5. =Twilight Saga – Eclipse 5. =Wonder Woman 8. Joker 10. =Creed 10. =Star Wars: Episode IX – Rise of Skywalker
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    Films watched in 2019

    As is tradition this time of year. Here is every movie I have seen this year in order. Please add your lists: 1. Joker 2. Avengers: Endgame 3. Spider-Man: Far From Home 4. Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker 5. Happy Death Day 2U 6. Vice 7. The Lion King 8. IT: Chapter 2 9. Rocketman 10. Green Book 11. Shazam! 12. Scary Stories To Tell in The Dark 13. Child’s Play 14. Escape Room 15. Booksmart 16. Boy Erased 17. Stan & Ollie 18. Toy Story 4 19. Terminator: Dark Fate 20. Hotel Mumbai 21. Extremely Evil, Shockingly Evil & Vile 22. Aladdin 23. Angel Has Fallen 24. Frozen 2 25. Dumbo 26. Hustlers 27. Annabelle: Comes Home 28. Rambo: Last Blood 29. Malificent: Mistress of Evil 30. Judy 31. Countdown 32. Charlie’s Angels 33. Five Feet Apart 34. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 35. Black Christmas 36. Fighting With my Family 37. Tall Girl 38. On The Basis of Sex 39. Glass 40. Tolkien 41. Mary Queen of Scots 42. Can You Ever Forgive Me? 43. Long Shot 44. Us 45. Godzilla: King of the Monsters 46. Doctor Sleep 47. Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw 48. The Art of Racing in The Rain 49. What Men Want 50. Zombieland: Double Tap 51. Captain Marvel 52. Last Christmas 53. The Hustle 54. Pet Semetary 55. X-Men: Dark Phoenix 56. The Day Shall Come 57. Ad Astra 58. The Prodigy 59. Ashes in the Snow 60. The Favourite 61. Red Joan 62. Ma 63. The Mustang 64. Vox Lux 65. Christmas Under the Stars 66. Holiday for Heroes 67. Jacob's Ladder 68. Colette
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    Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas Everyone