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    Rate the last movie/series you watched 1-10

    If I'm going to follow these forums again I need something to help pass the time!

    Rate the last movie/series you watched on a scale of 1-10.

    Dark Knight Rises 6.5/10 (Probably the worst Batman)

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    I would give THE THREE MUSKETEERS 9/10

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    My favorite one is TITANIC. 10/10 of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smileyhappy View Post
    My favorite one is TITANIC. 10/10 of course
    agree with you. this is one of the best movies I've ever seen by far!

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    I want to give 'Inside Out (2015)' 9/10

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    For everyone who is tired of raunchy R-rated comedies, computer-animated talking animals and superhero movies with computer-animated battles and explosions, I recommend Wonderstruck, which opens today. Oakes Fegley, who starred in last year's Pete's Dragon movie, plays a boy in 1977 who loses his mother and then loses his hearing. Millicent Simmons plays a young deaf girl in 1927 who enjoys silent movies. Both deaf children, one in 1927 and one in 1977, go to New York City and.....well, I won't say more than that. Wonderstruck is a wondrous movie.

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    I saw "Coco" yesterday and I give it a 9. The theme is kind of creepy. There was also a new "Frozen" film before "Coco" and I found out that it will only be shown until this Thursday so if you want to see it, you have only three more days left.

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    I saw "The Greatest Showman" today. Hugh Jackman did a really good job playing P.T. Barnum but the songs were very modern and did not fit well. The dancing is good. I give the movie a 7.

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    My wife and I just saw The Greatest Showman and Hugh Jackman does indeed do a very good job portraying P.T. Barnum. I was expecting the character to be a flamboyant huckster and hustler but Jackman played him as an enterprising businessman who just "gives the people what they want." The musical numbers were a bit overwhelming, though, and there were too many of them. Every five minutes, someone broke out in song. The numbers with Zac Efron and Zendaya Coleman, for obvious reasons, came across as scenes from a circus-themed High School Musical. And the movie was overly preachy. Many of the songs and much of the dialogue dealt with the importance of accepting others who are different. I give The Greatest Showman a 9.

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    In 1981, two UCLA film school graduates launched the Golden Raspberry Awards to honor the worst films and worst actors of 1980. The "Razzies" have been presented every year since, always on the day before the Academy Awards ceremony. Transformers: The Last Knight leads this year's field with nine nominations. Tom Cruise, Zac Efron, Goldie Hawn, Tyler Perry, Johnny Depp (!), Mel Gibson, Baywatch, The Mummy and The Emoji Movie are among the nominees. Here is the list -- and they could easily have had ten nominees in each category instead of five:

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/movies/news...D=ansmsnnews11

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