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    Yes. Annette Bening. YES. She doesn’t have a huge amount of screen time, but she’s directly involved in some of the most central stuff in the movie. She gets to do a variety of things, and she crushes all of it. I hope she stays involved in the MCU. And Jackson is great, of course. He and Brie have done a few movies together now, and they’ve developed a real chemistry. Their two-hander scenes are a real highlight. They’re great together IRL as well; their new episode of Carpool Karaoke is a riot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve SFM View Post
    Yes.
    Seeing you post reminded me... Do you watch Comedy Central's show Corporate? It's a darkly funny show like Better Off Ted. Anyway, there was an episode recently about a national tragedy occurring on a character's birthday and in between bouts of dying of laughter, I thought of you.

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    Isn't It Romantic? with Rebel Wilson. It is exactly what you imagine it will be from the previews. Fun, predictable, turn off your brain cute. Exactly what I was looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grapefruit_is_winning View Post
    Isn't It Romantic? with Rebel Wilson. It is exactly what you imagine it will be from the previews. Fun, predictable, turn off your brain cute. Exactly what I was looking for.
    This was a perfect hangover movie with a friend the afternoon after a very long night out. Haha. Really enjoyable, and funnier than I expected it to be.

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    I saw Gloria Bell a few weekends ago and loved it. It sort of skips along at a breezy pace and could have been handled in a very sentimental way, but it's not. Part of what I loved about the film was the darkness on the corners--it gives us a character whose world in a lot of ways isn't making space for her and is potentially closing in on her. Also, it's not often that you see films with big Hollywood stars that focus on ageing.

    Plus, Julianne Moore is INCREDIBLE in this.

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    We're going to see Gloria Bell this weekend.
    All I know about the film besides Julianne Moore is "Gloria Bell is a movie about love/life on the dance floor after 50." I already love it. lol
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    I don't know how to process this information. I think my brain had a BSOD



    35 years before 1984 was 1949. Just four years after WWII.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regina Phalange View Post
    I don't know how to process this information. I think my brain had a BSOD



    35 years before 1984 was 1949. Just four years after WWII.
    What’s sad is that building still would look super modern in a lot of communities.
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