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    Wow...Mind-blown...Wickedly cunning and funny 9/10
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    The Lady Vanishes (1938)
    4/5

    Hitchcock's visual sense is as masterful as ever. The cast is what really makes this one shine, as both good and bad characters have distinctive, wonderful faces and voices for their parts.

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    2nd watch - Thoroughly enjoyable, ensemble cast, and a true story:

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    Just got back from watching John Wick: Chapter 3. More of the same.
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    Fascinating documentary / movie about a triplet, separated at bird.
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    Great actress, nice seeing this film again.
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    Battle of the Sexes (2017)

    Enjoyed it more than I expected.

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    Breathtaking, mind altering wtf...10/10
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    Re-watched tonight:



    Kenneth Branagh did an excellent job as the bad guy. He also directed the movie.
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    5 stars
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