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^^^ Wow eugenuis… Just saw watched these 2 a week ago.

There is only the Sissy Spacek Carrie. And there will only ever be the 1968 Mia [Farrow I]Rosemary’s Baby[/I].

(Just like there will only be the Catherin Deneuve The Hunger.)

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Souvenir. Just loved Isabelle Huppert, the movie was not good and always so predictable.

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Which coiffure... =) second I'm guessing. She looked nice in that though I also really liked her first one --Olivia newton John look-alike

I watched the first part of Carrie too. Some movies from the seventies can say pretty crude stuff I wouldn't expect in movies from nowadays. Or at least I haven't seen any...
Anyway quite enjoyed looking at her dreamy house...

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Murder on the Orient express. I found it disappointing.
Victoria and Abdul. Good, nothing special except for the great Judi Dench.

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A few good movies I've watched this past long weekend at a film festival around here:

The shape of water
The disaster artist
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri
120 battements per minutes
Lucky
The battle of the sexes

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Memories of Murder.

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Maya Dardel - quite interesting!

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A Friend to Die For (Death of a Cheerleader) with Tori Spelling.

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Jeepers Creepers 3. Terrible.

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A Friend to Die For (Death of a Cheerleader) with Tori Spelling.
That sounds sooooo bad, that it actually winds up sounding good.

I saw "Lady Bird" last night. Very cute. I thought it's definitely worthy of all the hype surrounding it.

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Blue Velvet, by Lynch

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Beach Rats from Eliza Hittman.

Ranks right up there alongside Larry Clark’s Kids and Gus Van Sant’s Elephant.

These three films of ordinary youth make a strong and impactful trifecta of misspent youth.

Growing up on the plastic and lurid ideals of Brett Easton Ellis’ book Less Than Zero (not the the horrendous movie with the insufferable Robert Downey Jr), thank god there are these filmmakers that take the time to depict kids from another walk of life, another world even, with the compassion and tenderness that oftentimes gets overlooked, but they’re all as potent— maybe even more so, than any depiction of privilege and wealth that Frank Ocean slyly, cynically laments of in his my-go-to-escapist track “Super Rich Kids”.

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^ LOVED Beach Rats! The lead is a revelation.

Re-watched Man on the Moon, and still blown away by Jim Carrey, and how much he gave in this film. The docu on Netflix is also fantastic!

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That Obscure Object of Desire (1977)

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Star Wars: The last Jedi.

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