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It's 2023, which means this is #MovieThread IV: #MovieThread Lives!

In 2020 I watched 239 movies.
In 2021 I watched 391 movies.
In 2022 I watched 413 movies.

Which math says is 1043 movies, instead of the 1063 my own count was at, so evidently I'm: Not Very Good At Counting.

Is this even #MovieThread IV? Could it have been released as #MovieThread II in America?

Let's not think about it too much.

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#MovieThread, 2022 edition!

In 2020 I watched 239 movies.
In 2021 I watched another 391,
for a total of 650 movies since very early into first lockdown.

That's probably all the movies, right?

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For the past two years my first movie of the year has been one set in the new year, so I guess let's keep doing that and see if I can wake myself up with:

#1, or #1044, 2014's "The Purge: Anarchy."
#1 #1044
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Before this came out, people who'd read the book were talking about how weird this would be as a movie. Now that it's out, the tone seems to be, this is weird as a movie.

Let's see for myself, #2, or #1045, 2022's "White Noise."
#2 #1045
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Made myself some tea, now just putting on a totally random Yule log video that I'm sure is totally normal for no reason on January 3rd.

#3, or #1046, 2022's "Adult Swim Yule Log."
#3 #1046
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Let's watch something a little more... normal?

#4, or #1047, 2010's "Shutter Island."

I think I might-a heard the twist in this one, but it's been long enough that I'm not entirely sure I have?
#4 #1047
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Sensible people keep telling me to watch this.

#5, or #1048, 2022's "RRR."
#5 #1048
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The first thing I was gonna watch I turned out not to have in the original Russian, the second thing I forgot to download, so I guess I'm watching-- *slaps the top of Netflix, a movie rolls out*

2017's "Downsizing." #6, or #1049.
#6 #1049
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I'm doing this to myself, the Year of Three Pinocchios finally comes to an end, it's,

#7, or #1050, 2021's "Pinocchio: A True Story."
#7 #1050
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From one Russian film to the next, I do not know what this one is about:

#8, or #1051, 1983's "Nostalghia."
#8 #1051
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Have I seen this before? Or do I just remember seeing it before?

#9, or #1052, 1950's "Rashomon."
#9 #1052
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The most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen, I do not know a thing about this one, though I assume Rosamund Pike plays a lady whose relationship to goneness evolves over the runtime of the film,

#10, or #1053, 2014's "Gone Girl."
#10 #1053
in reply to Alex Daily!

It's Friday the 13th, you know what that means: I gotta get through three of these fuckers. It's out with the old blood, and in with --

#11, or #1054, 1988's "Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood."
#11 #1054
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In this one, much like the Muppets, Jason takes Manhattan. But where does he take it? Out to sea? To hell? Out on a nice date? Let's find out, in --

#12, or #1055, 1989's "Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan."
#12 #1055
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Today I've witnessed this man fail to conquer the new blood, and fail to take Manhattan -- he barely passed through -- but surely going to Hell has to be the one thing he can do.

> He notably gets resurrected at the start of most instalments.

That motherfu--

#13, or #1056, 1993's "Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday."
#13 #1056
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Once again, the top thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen. I haven't seen a lot of Studio Ghibli, and I feel like people kind of overhype those movies, but anyway, it's --

#14, or #1057, 2001's "Spirited Away."
#14 #1057
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I've seen every movie by the Wachowskis except this one, and I really gotta, all I know about this one is it's a... lesbian... heist... movie...? It's --

#15, or #1058, 1996's "Bound."
#15 #1058
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I've been watching this in chunks over the past few days, but I guess it counts, I've got about half an hour left, it's --

#16, or #1059, 2004 hoax documentary "The Buried Secret of M Night Shyamalan."
#16 #1059
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First proper 2023 movie, first post-having watched all the Cage movies new Cage flick, though I'm pretty sure this cowboy movie's a Cage's giant tax debt era holdover, that's right, it's --

#17, or #1060, 2023's "The Old Way."
#17 #1060
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I've been aimlessly clicking around streaming services for too long, I guess I'll just watch --

#18, or #1061, 2022's "The Pale Blue Eye."
#18 #1061
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In this one, Forest Whittaker plays a man named Ghost Dog, it's --

#20, or #1063, 1999's "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai."
#20 #1063
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Sometimes I spend ages interrogating whether I should watch something or not and sometimes I see a title and a poster on a new releases list and go, yeah, sure, why not, it's --

#21, or #1064, 2023's "Snow Falls."
#21 #1064
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Let's see what kind of magic tricks this guy gets up to, it's --

#22, or #1065, 2012's "Magic Mike."
#22 #1065
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Yesterday I watched Regular Size Magical Michael, today he's been supersized, it's --

#23, or #1064, 2015's "Magic Mike XXL."
#23 #1064
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It's another Judy Greer movie because another episode of "96 Greers" is out, it's --

#24, or #1065, 2020's "Good Boy."

(Which is technically 2x09 of an anthology show called "Into the Dark," which I'd never even heard of.)
#24 #1065
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It's been a while since the last one of these, and it's been a while since I last went to the cinema this late, leaving now, it's --

#25, or #1068, movie to be determined, it's the first Sneak Preview screening of 2023.
#25 #1068
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I sigh a weary sigh, and put on the next most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen, it's --

#26, or #1069, 2009's "Inglourious Basterds."
#26 #1069
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I do not know what this one is about, but let's hope I enjoy this Brad Pitt movie more than I did yesterday's, it's --

#27, or #1070, 1995's "Se7en."
#27 #1070
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Let's again see what's the next most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't watched, it's --

#28, or #1071, 2017's "Baby Driver."
#28 #1071
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The year is 1941 and Hollywood still has absolutely no idea how to make a biopic work, but by god, they're gonna keep trying, it's --

#29, or #1072, 1941 Best Picture nominee "Blossoms in the Dust."
#29 #1072
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From one Best Picture nominee to the next, Spielberg is at it again, leaving now to go see —

#30, or #1073, 2022's "The Fabelmans."
#30 #1073
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I don't like when people go "What? You haven't seen --" at me, it's --

#31, or #1074, 2008's "In Bruges."
#31 #1074
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The first thing I was gonna watch got stinker reviews to a point that I won't bother, the second thing hasn't finished downloading, so once again I return to the well of the most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen, it's --

#32, or #1075, 2010's "Black Swan."
#32 #1075
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The second thing I was gonna watch yesterday has finished downloading, it's --

#33, or #1076, 1985's "Fletch."
#33 #1076
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It's Shyamalan's first new one since "Old," which was my first one of his, and also it's his first new one since I watched all of his, leaving now to go see --

#34, or #1077, 2023's "Knock at the Cabin."
#34 #1077
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The most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen again, it's --

#35, or #1078, 2017's "Call Me by Your Name."
#35 #1078
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I liked the first one more than I expected, it's --

#36, or #1079, 1990's "Child's Play 2."
#36 #1079
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It's very simple, you schedule a classic 90s romcom screening, I attend the classic 90s romcom screening, leaving now to go see --

#37, or #1080, 1993's "Sleepless in Seattle."
#37 #1080
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I've had this one sitting in my downloads for ages, and I no longer remember why, though I guess I do occasionally have one of those phases where I'm super fascinated by cruise ships, so that's probably it, it's --

#38, or #1081, 1936 boat movie "The Princess Comes Across."
#38 #1081
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It's Tuesday and I don't know what movie I'm seeing tonight, that's right, leaving in a bit for --

#39, or #1082, Sneak Preview again.
#39 #1082
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I feel like I should have watched this a long time ago, but I was probably Mad about the cultural place of Evil Superman stories at the time, so, okay, it's --

#40, or #1083, 2019's "Brightburn."
#40 #1083
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All I know about this one is the Dean from off "Community" and Jackie's husband from off "The Conners" won an Oscar for writing it, it's --

#41, or #1084, 2011's "The Descendants."

(Because there's a new @96greers out.)
in reply to Alex Daily!

With the exception of "Vanilla Sky" a long time ago, the only other Cameron Crowe movie I've seen is the one where they buy a zoo, but this is --

#42, or #1085, 1989's "Say Anything..."
#42 #1085
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Another Cameron Crowe -- I'm catching up on the podcast "Blank Check," so I'm working through the same directors they are -- and though I thought "Say Anything..." was kinda basic, this one should at least be very 90s also, it's --

#42, or #1086, 1992's "Singles."
#42 #1086
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If I lived on Elm Street I would simply have nice dreams instead, it's --

#43, or #1087, 1989's "A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child."
#43 #1087
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I think everything I knew about this one was in the "Sleepless in Seattle" box in my head for some reason, so I have no idea if I know anything about this one, it's --

#44, or #1088, 1996's "Jerry Maguire."
#44 #1088
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Two Tuesdays in a row? What is this, 2019? (And in screen 9??) That's right, leaving now for --

#45, or #1089, don't know what yet, it's Sneak Preview.
#45 #1089
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I find it frustrating to talk about these online, so prepare for me to come back and say nothing more than "Enjoyed it," that's right, leaving now to go see --

#46, or #1090, 2023's "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania."
#46 #1090
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The polls were pretty clear not to bother with the extended cut, but then I couldn't find the theatrical anywhere that had seeders, so I guess I've plunked down €4 on Pathé Thuis for this one, it's --

#47, or #1091, 2000's "Almost Famous."
#47 #1091
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Following up Cameron Crowe's first good movie, this is probably Cameron Crowe's last good movie, it's --

#48, or #1092, 2001's "Vanilla Sky."
#48 #1092
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I think this one is about earthquakes, it's --

#49, or #1093, 1990's "Tremors."
#49 #1093
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Big boat, big screen, leaving now to go see --

#50, or #1094, 1997's "Titanic."
#50 #1094
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Stepmoms have a bad enough reputation, it's time for stepdads to take some more of the heat, that's right, it's --

#51, or #1095, 1989's "Stepfather II."
#51 #1095
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I've heard some things about this one and they all boil down to an extended "oof" sound, that's right, it's --

#52, or #1096, 2005's "Elizabethtown."
#52 #1096
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I did consider rewatching "We Bought A Zoo," but I think I'm more the kind of person who'll put on "We Bought A Zoo" as a bit once than the kind of person who voluntarily watches "We Bought A Zoo" twice, so instead, wrapping up Cameron Crowe, it's --

#53, or #1097, 2015's "Aloha."
#53 #1097
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I would simply not resurrect Chucky once again, and yet, it's --

#54, or #1098, 1991's "Child's Play 3."
#54 #1098
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I never really got who Steven Seagal was meant to be for, he always seemed like a discount version of a type of guy Hollywood already had enough of that somebody was really trying and failed to make happen. Anyway, it's --

#55, or #1099, 1992's "Under Siege."
#55 #1099
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This is going to be more nonsense about implausible terrorists stealing superweapons, but fuck it, train movie, it's --

#56, or #1100, 1995's "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory."
#56 #1100
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All the reviews I've seen say this one is as dead as its titular character, but I dunno, maybe I'll like it, it's --

#57, or #1101, 2023's "We Have a Ghost."
#57 #1101
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Valentine's Day refuses to die at the movies, I guess, so leaving now for a screening of --

#58, or #1102, 2018's "A Star is Born."
#58 #1102
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I've been told this Egyptian online challenge game urban myth thriller has a Twist that I will have A Reaction to, it's --

#59, or #1103, 2020's "The Blue Whale."
#59 #1103
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It's the third part in a franchise trilogy and the third part in the director's trilogy, though I think the franchise and the director disagree on what the middle movie is, it's --

#60, or #1104, 1990's "The Exorcist III."
#60 #1104
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I'm at the bear movie, I'm at the cocaine movie, I'm at the combination cocaine bear movie, leaving now to go see —

#61, or #1105, 2023's "Cocaine Bear."
#61 #1105
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All I know about this one is it's McConaughey and JLo, and how these usually work is they fall in love only he turns out to be her client's fiancé.

Also here: Judy Greer. ( @96greers )

It's --

#62, or #1106, 2001's "The Wedding Planner."
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Guess I'm finally bored enough to leave the house for this one, leaving now to go see --

#63, or #1107, 2023's "A Man Called Otto."
#63 #1107
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Let's just get this one over with, it's --

#64, or #1108, 1941 Best Picture nominee "Sergeant York."
#64 #1108
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Momentum, momentum, momentum, let's watch another Best Picture nominee, it's --

#65, or #1109, 1941's "Here Comes Mr. Jordan."
#65 #1109
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Like any sensible person, I'm very excited for "Shin Kamen Rider," but that's not out yet and even if it was, let's be real, it won't ever play here, meaning it's months away at best, so instead, it's --

#66, or #1110, 2005's "Kamen Rider: The First."
#66 #1110
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Every Monday for the immediate future I have a very late evening class, followed by a very early morning class on Tuesday. I know myself, and will be too sleepy an hour from now to watch a feature length film.

Instead, every Monday for the immediate future --

#67, or #1111, 1902's "Le Voyage dans la Lune," or "A Trip to the Moon."
#67 #1111
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All I really know about this one is the main character is meant to be an absolute two-story brick shithouse of a man, so exactly nobody and a half was happy they cast Tom Cruise, it's --

#68, or #1112, 2012's "Jack Reacher."
#68 #1112
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Can't wait to find out what the fuck the "Stab" franchise is up to, leaving now for a lunchtime screening of --

#69, or #1113, 2023's "ScreaIVI," or "Scream VI."
#69 #1113
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I said I'd watch this today, I might as well, it's --

#70, or #1114, 2016's "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back."
#70 #1114
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I will report live from the scene (as it were) on the status of Freddy's deadness as I watch this, it's --

#71, or #1115, 1991's "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare."
#71 #1115
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I should check a few more of this year's nominees off before Sunday, I'm not doing else today, it's --

#72, or #1116, 2022 Best Picture nominee "All Quiet on the Western Front."
#72 #1116
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Another two and a half hour gun movie I've been putting off, but it's also my last James Cameron, that's right, it's --

#73, or #1117, 1994's "True Lies."
#73 #1117
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I'm not bothering with "Toppest Gun" and "Tár" should be playing here in April, so that only leaves one from this year's Best Picture nominees, it's --

#74, or #1118, 2022's "Women Talking."
#74 #1118
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The Brother went to see this on my recommendation the week he moved back here, but there was a power outage halfway through, so he only saw "Everything," but it's back in the cinema today, leaving now to go see --

#75, or #1119, 2022's "Everything Everywhere All At Once."
#75 #1119
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Saw this once as a kid, absolutely did not get it at all, it's --

#76, or #1120, 1981's "History of the World: Part I."
#76 #1120
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On Mondays for the immediate future I have a late evening class, and then a very early morning class on Tuesday. Watching a full feature length movie would not do it justice.

Instead, every Monday --

#77, or #1121, 1902's "Le Voyage dans la Lune," or "A Trip to the Moon."
#77 #1121
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Leaving now for, well, I don't know yet, it's --

#78, or #1122, another Sneak Preview screening.
#78 #1122
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I guess I should watch a leaked while film while it's still a topical thing and not wait a full year, it's --

#79, or #1123, "Scooby-Doo and Krypto Too."
#79 #1123
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brain full, let's go put movie inside

leaving now to go see,

#80, or #1124, 2023's "Shazam! Fury of the Gods"
#80 #1124
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The most popular thing on Letterboxd I haven't seen, it's --

#81, or #1125, 1976's "Taxi Driver."
#81 #1125
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Something something Adam Driver dinosaur movie, leaving now to go see --

#82, or #1126, 2023's "65."
#82 #1126
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James Cameron gets wet, it's --

#83, or #1127, 2003 documentary "Ghosts of the Abyss."
#83 #1127
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The problem is if I don't watch these I won't have finished the man's filmography and if I do watch these I'll have watched nearly 5 hours of dull water footage, which he's gonna do to me again in December 2024, anyway, it's --

#84, or #1128, 2002 TV documentary "Expedition: Bismarck."
#84 #1128
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It's Monday, so once again we return, it's --

#85, or #1129, 1902's "Le Voyage dans la Lune," or "A Trip to the Moon."
#85 #1129
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I watched the first two of these pre-Movie Thread and then stopped because I found the violence in them unpleasant, but there's a fourth one out soon so let's try this again, it's --

#86, or #1130, 2014's "John Wick."
#86 #1130
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The first movie stood totally alone but did very well so naturally it turns out it was actually the first chapter of a bigger story, that's right, its --

#87, or #1131, 2017's "John Wick: Chapter 2."
#87 #1131
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I should wrap up this trilogy, that's right, it's --

#88, or #1132, James Cameron's third wet doc, 2005's "Aliens of the Deep."
#88 #1132
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Let's wrap up another trilogy, that's right, it's --

#89, or #1133, 2019's "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum."
#89 #1133
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The thing that's been on my Letterboxd watchlist the longest that's also easily available on a streaming service, it's --

#90, or #1134, 1996's "Irma Vep."
#90 #1134
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After the first comes the next, which is how counting works, it's --

#91, or #1135, 2007's "Kamen Rider: The Next."
#91 #1135
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number Ninety-Two,
or Eleven Thirty-Six,
it's Nineteen Oh Two

the short and silent French
sci-fi adventure film,
"A Trip to the Moon."

for this fourth time in
just as many weeks, haikus.
refrigerator.
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Oh, you've only seen two Avatar movies? Couldn't be me. It's --

#93, or #1137, a 2016 taping of the Avatar-inspired Cirque du Soleil show "Toruk: The First Flight."
#93 #1137
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Having been emotionally destroyed, I return from having seen --

#94, or #1138, 2022's "Aftersun."
#94 #1138
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How much does Bill Murray know? Let's find out, it's --

#95, or #1139, 1997's "The Man Who Knew Too Little."
#95 #1139
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Watching this so I'm good for listening to another dozen episodes of the Blank Check movie podcast, it's --

#96, or #1140, 1994's "Blank Check."
#96 #1140
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Dungeons AND dragons? In the SAME movie? Wow.

Already seated for —

#97, or #1141, 2023’s “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.”
#97 #1141
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I don't know where they left from but let's see where they end up, it's --

#98, or #1142, 2016's "Arrival."
#98 #1142
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I don't know what Bo did to deserve getting Rammed, but leaving now to go see --

#99, or #1143, 1982's "First Blood."
#99 #1143
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Considering how terrific I thought Rebecca Hall was in "The Night House" it's weird I never got around to this one, it's --

#100, or #1144, 2022's "Resurrection."
#100 #1144
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I read this as 'The Ninth house' and thought it was a locked tomb post

noooooooooo
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No late Monday class this week, so instead of the trip thereto, it's --

#101, or #1145, 2009's "Moon."

#101 #1145
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It's been long enough since I last watched one of these again that I no longer remember how I feel about Bette Davis, it's --

#102, or #1146, 1941 Best Picture nominee "The Little Foxes."

#102 #1146
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Brain full, just letting lists make decisions, it's --

#103, or #1147, the 1990 "Night of the Living Dead."

#103 #1147
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John Carpenter's at it again, with his scariest premise yet: An invisible Chevy Chase! Yikes! It's --

#104, or #1148, 1992's "Memoirs of an Invisible Man."

#104 #1148
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I have absolutely no idea what this one's about, it's --

#105, or #1149, 1941 Best Picture nominee "Hold Back the Dawn."

#105 #1149
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This biopic about extremely real conductor Lydia Tár is finally playing here, so leaving now for —

#106, or #1150, 2022's "Tár."

#106 #1150
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This guy simply can not stop fathering steps, it's --

#107, or #1151, 1992's "Stepfather III."

#107 #1151
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Bleep. Bleep bleep blorp. Bleep bleep bleep, bleep bleep blorp. That's right, it's --

#108, or #1152, 2023's "Tetris."

#108 #1152
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Pew pew, stab stab, leaving now to go see --

#109, or #1153, 2023's "John Wick: Chapter 4."

#109 #1153
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I meant to go see this when it was playing but then I saw absolutely nobody talk about it and it was always kinda bottom of the list, but I guess I'm sneaking onto the flight late, anyway, it's --

#110, or #1154, 2022's "Ticket to Paradise."

#110 #1154
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Let's find out what got Colin Trevorrow fired from Star Wars, it's --

#111, or #1155, 2017's "The Book of Henry."

#111 #1155
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"Weathering With You" and "Your Name" were Emotionally Destructive Events for me, and as such, I must go and be destroyed once again, leaving now to go see --

#112, or #1156, 2022's "Suzume."

#112 #1156
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This one has been in my VLC for so long I no longer remember what it's about or why I downloaded it, but I think Adam Driver's in it, it's --

#113, or #1157, 2021's "Annette."

#113 #1157
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Just got back from the Mushroom Kingdom, and boy, are my arms tired, I saw --

#114, or #1158, the Year of Luigi 2023's "The Super Mario Bros. Movie."

#114 #1158
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I didn't even know the cat was gone to begin with, it's --

#115, or #1159, 2002's "The Cat Returns."

#115 #1159
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I don't know what this one's about but it's been sort of vaguely hovering at the edge of my pop cultural awareness since it came out, it's --

#116, or #1160, 2022's "Kimi."

#116 #1160
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It's my friend David's birthday, so at his request, it's --

#117, or #1161, 1993's "Kamen Rider ZO."

#117 #1161
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It's Monday and the only class that wasn't cancelled was the evening one, which means once again it's --

#118, or #1162, 1902's "Le Voyage dans la lune," or "A Trip to the Moon."

#118 #1162
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Leaving now for Sneak Preview, that's right, it's --

#119, or #1163, probably 2023's I do not know yet because it's Sneak Preview.

(Best guess: "Mafia Mamma" is out on Thursday.)

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Willem Dafoe looks hot as hell on the poster for this, it's --

#120, or #1164, 1981's "The Loveless."

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Whenever I'm forced to think about the Pope I think the Pope should be forced to think about me, but I suppose I can make some time to meet with --

#121, or #1165, 2023's "The Pope's Exorcist." (Leaving now.)

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I already had this one lined up for today before I saw everyone say it was DOA, so with my expectations in the morgue, it's --

#122, or #1166, 2023's "Ghosted.

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Right, essay finished, time for the far more important business of Da Movies, but it should probably be something disposable, so, the Kutcher/Witherspoon house swap romcom it is, it's --

#123, or #1167, 2023's "Your Place or Mine."

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This time instead of the terrific score by Air, I'm watching with the soundtrack to 2014's "Interstellar" on shuffle. That's right, it's Monday, which means it's --

#125, or #1169, 1902's "Le Voyage dans la Lune," or, "A Trip to the Moon."

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Two goobers mistakenly accused of a crime, and their cousin, a very bad lawyer? The only way for me to relate to them more is if they're also all very sleepy, it's --

#126, or #1170, 1992's "My Cousin Vinny."

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What if Christian Bale knew kung fu? Would that be whack or what? It's --

#127, or #1171, 2002's "Equilibrium."

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I already have all the clues. A runny nose, leaky eyes, a trail of snot-filled handkerchiefs in my wake. I know it's my hay fever that's killing me. But does Michael Fassbender have all the clues? It's --

#128, or #1172, 2017's "The Snowman."

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How good a deal this is really depends on whose death it is, I guess, it's --

#130, or #1174, 2018's "Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back)."

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But then how do they see where they're going? It's --

#131, or #1175, 1992's "Army of Darkness."

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It's BS by KB starring JLC and CB in the PD, that's right, it's --

#133, or #1177, 1990's "Blue Steel."

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Let's check in on the horror list with whatever this next John Carpenter is, it's --

#135, or #1179, 1993's "Body Bags."

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Christ, what a bunch of assholes. Leaving now to go see --

#136, or #1180, 2023's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3."

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Let's just keep barreling through the Kathryn Bigelows, I have no idea what this one's about, it's --

#137, or #1181, 1995's "Strange Days."

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