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    Wife is a huge Sherlock Holmes fan so we watched the new Netflix movie Enola Holmes last night and we both really enjoyed it. Just a fun, not too serious, young adult geared movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Hogan View Post
    I watched The Invisible man last night with Elizabeth Moss. I actually watched the movie with my dog; Ms. Moss was simply acting in the movie. Lame-ass movie. However, the guy who played an invisible person should probably win the Oscar. He was actually much better at acting invisibly than he was when you could see him.
    I came here to post about how much I enjoyed this movie. What didn't you like about it?

    What did your dog think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Hogan View Post
    I actually watched the movie with my dog; Ms. Moss was simply acting in the movie.
    I'm so confused by these sentences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako1331 View Post
    I came here to post about how much I enjoyed this movie. What didn't you like about it?

    What did your dog think?
    First of all, what kind of mega-millionaire would get off on controlling a chick like Elizabeth Moss, who is a 5 at best ? Bad casting.

    Second, shouldn't a movie about an invisible man be about some of the cool shit you can do because you're invisible instead of trying to get your wife pregnant when she hates your guts ?

    Dog slept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfudkn View Post
    Wife is a huge Sherlock Holmes fan so we watched the new Netflix movie Enola Holmes last night and we both really enjoyed it. Just a fun, not too serious, young adult geared movie.
    Want to watch with my 11 yo daughter. Age appropriate? Her 8 yo brother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deaconson View Post
    Want to watch with my 11 yo daughter. Age appropriate? Her 8 yo brother?
    I think it's appropriate for both. No more violent than a harry potter movie. I think an 11 yo girl would absolutely love it since the main character is a smart, strong, badass 16 yo girl.

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    We went to the theater and saw Tenet last week. My thoughts:
    - Not sure if the theater jacked the volume up or if it was Nolan's vision that we should feel our seats shaking from the sound. Either way, it was loud AF.
    - It was extremely CONFUSING. Inception:Tenet::Goodnight Moon:The Wealth of Nations
    - Theater in Indian Land SC was the safest place I have been out in months. There was one other couple in the entire place. And by "entire place" I might mean the 12 screen multiplex. I saw NO ONE at the concession stand, in the restroom, etc.

    It was nice to go out to see a movie again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacDiggler View Post
    We went to the theater and saw Tenet last week. My thoughts:
    - Not sure if the theater jacked the volume up or if it was Nolan's vision that we should feel our seats shaking from the sound. Either way, it was loud AF.
    - It was extremely CONFUSING. Inception:Tenet::Goodnight Moon:The Wealth of Nations
    - Theater in Indian Land SC was the safest place I have been out in months. There was one other couple in the entire place. And by "entire place" I might mean the 12 screen multiplex. I saw NO ONE at the concession stand, in the restroom, etc.

    It was nice to go out to see a movie again.
    Where is this magical land of open cinema?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako1331 View Post
    Where is this magical land of open cinema?
    Indian Land, SC. And itís closed again now.

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    I followed along with Inception pretty well, but if I had to explain it to somebody I am sure it would sound like I have no idea what I am talking about (which is the case with most things).

    If you are telling me Tenet is that much harder to understand than Inception, then I probably should just skip it (and so should most everyone else).

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    Official thread about the movie you just saw

    Tenet was more difficult to me. At least I felt like I understood the goal and premise of Inception, if not the implementation or the methods. Tenet I was lost throughout. I spent the entire time telling myself ďok, Iíll just trust that scene made some sense so I can move onto the next oneĒ, and before I knew it, the movie was over and I realized I did that for every scene.

    Like Inception, I will probably never watch it again to figure out exactly what is going on. I havenít heard of a single person that watched it and understood it, so to me, that means it probably isnít worth figuring out and would likely only serve to make me one very annoying party guest.
    Last edited by Demonwolverine; 09-25-2020 at 09:54 AM.

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    Tenet made very little sense to me. Itís almost a movie that you should read a complete spoiler recap before you see it so that you might actually be able to somewhat follow it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mako1331 View Post
    Where is this magical land of open cinema?
    As Biff noted, that one was in Indian Land, barely into SC south of Ballantyne. There is another theater in Rock Hill that is still open.

    Quote Originally Posted by DeacsATS View Post
    I followed along with Inception pretty well, but if I had to explain it to somebody I am sure it would sound like I have no idea what I am talking about (which is the case with most things).

    If you are telling me Tenet is that much harder to understand than Inception, then I probably should just skip it (and so should most everyone else).
    Quote Originally Posted by Demonwolverine View Post
    Tenet was more difficult to me. At least I felt like I understood the goal and premise of Inception, if not the implementation or the methods. Tenet I was lost throughout. I spent the entire time telling myself ďok, Iíll just trust that scene made some sense so I can move onto the next oneĒ, and before I knew it, the movie was over and I realized I did that for every scene.

    Like Inception, I will probably never watch it again to figure out exactly what is going on. I havenít heard of a single person that watched it and understood it, so to me, that means it probably isnít worth figuring out and would likely only serve to make me one very annoying party guest.
    Quote Originally Posted by CDeacMan View Post
    Tenet made very little sense to me. Itís almost a movie that you should read a complete spoiler recap before you see it so that you might actually be able to somewhat follow it
    All of these I agree with. Esp the last bit - there are definitely some spoilers that you'd miss out on the surprise on, but I do think that knowing the story in advance would help with enjoying the movie.

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    Official thread about the movie you just saw

    Yeah, maybe read an in-depth breakdown so you can pretend you read the book going in and just enjoy the action; because even the action is confusing.
    Last edited by Demonwolverine; 09-25-2020 at 10:44 PM.

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