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  • The Matrix
  • Star Wars
  • Love Exposure
  • Superman II

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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi

    ★★★½

  • The Batman

    ★★★★

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    ★★★★½

  • Moon Knight

    ★★★★

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  • Obi-Wan Kenobi

    Obi-Wan Kenobi

    ★★★½

    We hardly got to know Wade. Poor Wade. 😂 Also, every time I saw Ice Cube's son, all I could think was, "Man, he really looks and acts just like his dad." It would have been hilarious if, when they were fighting all those stormtroopers on Jabiim, he busted out rapping, "Goddamn I'm glad y'all set it off! Used to be hard now you're just wet and soft!" 😂 Anyway, overall I wasn't blown away by this series, but I did enjoy it. The little girl won me over by the end and Ewan McGregor was solid.

  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★★★

    Yeah, he can hand-to-hand fight really well, and he's got all his cool gadgets, but to me, his most impressive skill is how goddamn fast he can change into his Batman outfit. Like, boy is in his regular clothes in one shot, riding his motorcycle, and the very next shot he's all decked out in his full-on Batman suit confronting Selina Kyle. Shit is amazing. 😂

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  • Sam Morril: I Got This

    Sam Morril: I Got This

    ★★★★★

    • Gay porn star banned from porn sites because of Nazi tattoos. "This doesn't really align with our values. We're kind of a family here at gangfuck.net."
    • Long-time listener, first-time knocker.
    • Wearing a condom is like doing volunteer work. During it, "This kinda sucks," but then afterwards I'm always thinking, "Good for me." I do it for the kids.
    • Every mass shooter: "It was a very quiet man." That should be part of the background check for…

  • The Thirteenth Floor

    The Thirteenth Floor

    ★★★★

    I had not seen this movie in over 15 years, so I was due for a re-watch. I definitely understood it a lot better this second time around. It's interesting that before Inception and before the ideas of simulation theory became popular, this movie from 1999 explored many of those very same ideas (ie. multi-layered realities, simulations within simulations, etc.). I'm surprised this movie doesn't get brought up more often. I really love it. And Gretchen Mol is a straight-up dimepiece in this movie. ;P