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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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    The last movie I've seen was Thor: Ragnarok and I'd rate it as a solid 7/10. Very funny and entertaining.

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    Disney/Pixar's Coco, despite all the talking skeletons and morbid theme, is much better than I thought it would be. The film is very frenetic and fast-paced but it ends with a scene that will.......no, I won't spoil it here. I give Coco a 10.

    Fun things for Disney fans to watch for: The Toy Story Pizza Planet truck passes by Miguel's house; a Nemo doll is on a table at the marketplace and dolls of Woody and Mike Wazowski are hanging from a stall; and a poster for the upcoming movie The Incredibles 2 is on a wall in an alley.

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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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