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What was the last film you saw and how would you rate it? Pt. 18

Thought I'd post this here until I hear we're doing it somewhere else....

Post the name of the latest movie you've seen and your rating out of 10. 
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Sunshine Boys (t0073766) - 7/10 - loved Burns, hated Matthau.

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The Two Popes (2019), 10/10. Jonathan Pryce better not be robbed of a Lead Actor Oscar nomination.

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We Have Always Lived in the Castle, 2018, 4/10.  Starts off intriguing, but the eerieness drags on too long, leading to a slightly predictable ending.  
The old guy who comes to their door near the end of the movie to bring food reminds me of Percy Killbride for some reason!  If they ever remake Ma and Pa Kettle, there's your dude!  :D

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If anyone tries to argue that any Christopher Nolan movie or recent Star Wars episode as objectively one of the worst movies of all time? Offer to show them The Creeping Terror (TV Movie 1964).

Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode, 9/10. The Creeping Terror (TV Movie 1964), 1/10.

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Shame(2011) 9/10
It really is not a movie for everyone, I do not say it for the erotic scenes that is the least, this film is artistic on higher levels, minimal dialogues and necessary to build the character, Fassbender hits hard with his face so expressive that he does not need words to show us his feelings, the photograph and the disturbing atmosphere of the film give it the perfect touch. Unfortunately McQueen went more commercial with 12 Years a Slave and creates a much more politically correct film to win many Oscars, Shame to his way is a risky and unique film in its style that fails to reach the Oscars not because it is bad if not because it is too much cinema.

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Much earlier today: Grace and Frankie (TV Series 2015– ) - season 2: 9/10.
This afternoon: Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker (2019), 8/10.

Tonight: A Very Merry Riff-mas (with Bridget and Mary Jo): 10/10 Riffing on three Christmas shorts.
Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus (1974 TV Short), 3/10;
Frosty the Snowman (1950) 3/10;
Christmas at Grandfather's Farm (1890's) (1958 short film): 
Another Coronet film but without an IMDb page. 2/10.

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Christmas with RiffTrax: Santa's Village of Madness: 10/10.
Santa's Enchanted Village (1964), 1/10; 
Santa Claus and His Helpers (1964), 1/10; 
Santa's Magic Kingdom (1966), 1/10.

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RiffTrax Live: Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny, 8/10.  They kept some of the original riffs, which is nice, and honestly I think that the Jack and the Beanstalk movie is funnier than Thumbelina somehow...  Also the extra shorts they did were hysterical!

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Knives Out, 6/10

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The Politician (TV Series 2019– ), season 1: 10/10. July is a long wait for season 2.

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So... we're on page 62 of this, thought it needed a refresh... please pick up your posting about movies here: https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/jff-what-was-the-last-film-you-saw-and-how-would-you-rate-it...
Jen, where ever you are, we miss you and are glad to carry on your thread!

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Snowpiercer(2013) 10/10

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Little Women (2019)  8/10 

I enjoyed this, just felt weird watching Pugh act like a whiny not acting her age 13 year old when the actress is 23. 

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Uncut Gems 7/10

Although I was not disappointed, I simply expected more, according to the hype of the people this should have been the movie of the year, I think it is an unconventional thriller but the script occasionally takes very simple solutions, the tension of the film is in the cinematography and in the hyperactive edition, the soundtrack is squeaky and bothers to be used excessively, however Sandler's performance is quite good against popular belief. When I saw earlier this year Murder Mystery (another Sandler movie) I said that Adam just could not make good movies, Uncut Gems is good but not great.