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DVDecember 2017

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Since the focus this month was on films I'd already seen before, I'm not bothering with my usual best/worst section. Honestly it seems silly to call a film that earned a 6/10 the worst, and why should I choose between the 4 films that earned a 9/10 which was the best? So nope, not doing it. But I'll still throw some numbers on this just for recording purposes...

The breakdown: 32 films watched
26 re-watches, 6 first views
24 via DVD, 4 via Showbox, and 4 in the theatre
Decades touched: 1930s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, and 2010s

The main thing I noticed overall was that my perceptions of some of these films changed this time around. Ratings were adjusted, and at some point I'll need to go through and revise several of my lists for proper rankings. As indicated above, all my trips to the theatre were very worthwhile. Best of all they helped break up all the films I was re-watching. And when I needed a break & couldn't get to the theatre, Showbox came to the rescue. I'm also mildly surprised I managed to get as many films watched as I did, given that I was out of town for 10 days and only watched 2 movies in that whole time. Ah, but falling ill just as I was returning home helped me stay on the couch for a last-minute marathon.

Mostly I'm just glad to finally put 2017 behind me. While movies were a great source of entertainment this year, in most other areas 2017 was a horrible year that I wish we would never speak of again. I'm glad we survived it, and hope that somehow 2018 will be a better year. Cheers!

P.S. Here are the stats for 2017 as a whole...
Movies watched: 347
Short films watched: 44
Movies abandoned: 2
Most movies watched in a month: 45 in October (Unless we count short films and movies, in which case it's March with 55 combined.)
Least movies watched in a month: 18 in February
Favorite new movie of 2017: Baby Driver
Favorite older movies I caught up with: Modern Times, Micmacs, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Los Parecidos, In the Heat of the Night, Bone Tomahawk, The Trouble With Harry, A Matter of Size, Obvious Child, Train to Busan, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Too Late, and Under the Shadow
People who added this item 1644 Average listal rating (992 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.4
Re-watch - Dec. 1st

So this month my main goal as I revisit my shelves is to watch movies I haven't seen since before joining the site. I can't even remember the last time I watched Man on the Moon, but I know the first time I watched it was in theatres and the second was at home in the early '00s. Which means the copy I own now had never been watched since whenever I bought it. And this is why I take time to watch things on my shelves.

Anyway, Man on the Moon is still great. It's a wonder to behold Jim Carrey disappearing into the role of Andy Kaufman, and Andy was such a fascinating artist that a movie about him was pretty much guaranteed to be interesting at least. Thankfully everyone involved in making this movie truly cared about Andy and his story, and so we get this excellent film that I'll gladly watch again.
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People who added this item 4718 Average listal rating (3315 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.7
Re-watch - Dec. 2nd

This was my second time watching Minority Report, and I find the whole thing fascinating and spellbinding. This is another film I wish I'd caught on the big screen instead of delaying, but perhaps some day I can catch it that way. The whole cast is excellent, and it had been long enough since I last saw it that I didn't remember all the pieces of the story. I'm glad it's in my collection though so I can revisit it again down the road, though perhaps I won't wait as long next time.
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Re-watch - Dec. 4th

Back when this came out I really loved it. For its time it was fresh and amusing all around, but now it's lost some of its shine. Oh it's still consistently entertaining, but now I find the characters to be lacking somewhat. When your supporting cast outshines the central leads that's problematic. And I'm not so thrilled with the way women are portrayed here either, especially since none of them have any depth & could just as well have been left out of the film altogether. So this one drops down a bit ratings-wise. I don't dislike it, mind you, I just think it could be better in some ways. I'll probably watch it again, but I no longer think it's great.
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People who added this item 1283 Average listal rating (839 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3
Re-watch - Dec. 5th

The last time I watched this it was in theatres. I still say Clerks II is better than it had any right to be. Kevin Smith wisely does well by his characters here, improving on some aspects he lacked the budget for with its predecessor. The scene built around the Jackson Five's "ABC" fills me with much joy. And Rosario Dawson elevates the film every time she's on camera. I still don't think it quite crosses the line into great territory, but I'm very pleased with it and will gladly keep watching it.
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Re-watch - Dec. 6th

The kiddo wanted to watch something with me, and since it was a school night we didn't really have time for a full-length movie. This was on Showbox though, and we agreed to watch it. I swear we watched it together before, but evidently I didn't put it on a list. Anyway, my favorite thing about this version of Dickens' story is it hits the main points & there's no attempt to stretch it out any further. Sure it lacks in emotion somewhat as a result, but it keeps it more fun and makes it easier to swallow. It's therefore better suited to kids, but its brevity prevents it from being anything especially great. Plus we all know the best version of this story is Scrooged, which my daughter is too young yet to watch.
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People who added this item 118 Average listal rating (87 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 6.5
First viewing - Dec. 8th

This caught my eye on Showbox back in October, but I didn't want to watch a Christmas horror movie during my Horrorthon. And it's fine. Part of my problem was I'd made the mistake of watching a trailer for it, and the trailer ruins the experience. So if you're going to watch this just skip the trailer & dive in. Even so I thought it was just okay. It's got some amusing moments and did manage to keep a few surprises from me, and I did like the way it ended. My biggest issue was there wasn't a single character I really connected with, which made it hard for me to get too into what was going on. So it was a mainly passive experience for me, but at least I was somewhat entertained. Your experience may differ, but don't expect it to be anything great.
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People who added this item 178 Average listal rating (125 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6
Re-watch - Dec. 10th

I wanted to watch something with my daughter, but she looked at the other options and announced she wanted to watch none of them. So I decided to see what she would think of the Marx Brothers, and picked this one to start her off with. She laughed hysterically at most of Harpo's antics, which made me happy. I couldn't tell though how into it she was, though she did occasionally ask me to explain something or repeat a line. She didn't ask me to turn it off though, so I'm proud of her for that...especially since she hasn't sat through many black-and-white movies. As for my thoughts on it, they're over here.
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People who added this item 1579 Average listal rating (1050 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.5
Swordfish (2001)
Re-watch - Dec.11th

Swordfish is a film that pops in my head a lot, and I watched it a few times between the theatre and its release to video. I hadn't seen it in a while though, partly because I felt like it had stuck with me pretty well. So I was a little surprised that I'd completely forgotten that Hugh Jackman's character even had a daughter much less that he's trying to save her from life with a porn king. But most of the rest of the film had stuck with me as I'd suspected. I still love the opening of the film, though now some of the camera effects are more annoying than I remembered. There are other moments where this bothered me as well, but this time around I found the opening annoying to watch which is a shame given how great the dialogue is. So yeah, it's not great (not that I'd thought it was) but it's fun enough overall that I still enjoy it.
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People who added this item 7232 Average listal rating (5156 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 8.1
Re-watch - Dec. 12th

Getting back into Shyamalan this year has me wanting to revisit his first two films, and I'm glad to say that this one has held up well. I'm sure that's not too surprising, but the story and the cast and just everything fires on all cylinders. I still get caught up in it on an emotional level too. The only trouble is that the impact of the film overall gets diminished a little once you know the ending. Thankfully the other elements work together to avoid being too disappointed by that fact.
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People who added this item 2114 Average listal rating (1411 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7
Re-watch - Dec. 14th

Today was my birthday, so I watched this brilliant film about one hell of a birthday gift. I love everything about The Game and how it's crafted, and I still tend to get so caught up in the story that I forget some of the details even though I should know exactly what to expect. That's great filmmaking.

Just a thought: I still want one of those "I was drugged and left for dead in Mexico..." t-shirts.
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People who added this item 250 Average listal rating (151 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.7
Re-watch - Dec. 15th

Dudes with guns double-feature

I know I watched The Way of the Gun in the theatre, and I think I might have caught it once on cable or video a while back. It's definitely been over 10 years since I last watched it, however, so I'd forgotten some pieces of it. I certainly had not realized before that Sarah Silverman plays the foul-mouthed girlfriend in the opening scene (though I can't think of anyone better suited). I dig the overall story and enjoy spending time with the characters, so it's one I'll watch again in the future. I had previously rated this a 9/10 which is a bit high though. There's nothing that really distinguishes the film as great, but it's solidly entertaining. The finale seems a bit overlong, but it doesn't bother me...I just eventually get tired of watching dudes shoot at each other, especially if that's all there really is to a scene.
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People who added this item 206 Average listal rating (152 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6.1
The Big Hit (1998)
Re-watch - Dec. 15th

Dudes with guns double-feature

I hadn't seen The Big Hit since it was in theatres, and if you asked me why I own a copy of it I really couldn't say. I'm guessing I found it super cheap & bought it thinking I'd revisit it to see if it was better or worse than I'd remembered. Well, now I've revisited it, and odds are I won't hang onto my copy of it. It's cheesy fun, but it hasn't aged well thanks largely to how stuck in the '90s it is. The soundtrack is a mix of rap, pop-punk, alterna-metal, and ska, which should tell you plenty. I give it credit for having a diverse cast without a bunch of stereotypes though, and at least it's got some amusing moments. I definitely don't need to watch it ever again though.
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People who added this item 2735 Average listal rating (1575 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.8
Re-watch - Dec. 16th

Bela Lugosi double-feature

My main goal for today was to get some movies watched since I knew I wouldn't have much time for movies once I left town for the holidays. I've been wanting to revisit Ed Wood for a while now, but it never seems to be streaming anywhere & I have yet to spot it at the local library. Fortunately my friend owns a copy and was nice enough to let me borrow it.

I'm still impressed by how well put together this film is. The ensemble cast is stellar, and it's great to see Tim Burton push himself outside of his comfort zone by delivering a biopic. It made me miss the days when Depp/Burton collaborations were a thing to get excited over...now they happen so often it's a shock when Burton makes a film without him. Ed Wood was a fascinating person, though I have no real desire to watch any of his movies. Of course the real star of this film is Martin Landau as Bela Lugosi, to the point I almost wish we could have had his biopic instead. I'll settle, however, for him stealing every scene he's in.
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People who added this item 954 Average listal rating (602 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.4
Re-watch - Dec. 16th

Bela Lugosi double-feature

I don't own any Ed Wood movies, but why watch them when I can see Bela at his best? I didn't initially plan to watch both films together, but Ed Wood really made me want to watch something with Bela in it and Dracula seemed like the best option. His performance really makes the film worth watching, and Dwight Frye goes above and beyond to bring Renfield to life. The rest of the cast is fine, and my main complaint with this film still lies with the storytelling. It's baffling to me how the film can be so slowly paced for much of it, and then we get to the ending and it's so rushed that there's no real impact to it. I also feel like the Van Helsing character is poorly handled, and I'm never given any reason to connect with or support him. Sure he's looking to stop Dracula but his character is pretty one-dimensional. Maybe my 8/10 rating is a bit high, but for its time and its importance in the horror canon I'm reluctant to rate it any lower. That 8 is probably more accurately a 7.6 rounded up.
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Re-watch - Dec. 16th

Jailbreak double-feature

I don't need to go into this one, right? The story, the characters, the message of hope...there's not much to dislike about this film. In fact I can't think of anything to dislike about it. The only reason I hadn't watched it in a while is because for years it was always on cable somewhere, and when I still lived with my parents my dad would watch it every time he came across it. This may have been the first time I watched it since moving out of my parents' house, and the time and distance from it made this viewing all the more worthwhile.
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Re-watch - Dec. 16th

Jailbreak double-feature

I figured this would pair nicely with Shawshank and I was correct. After the sincerity of the previous film I needed some comedy, and the Coens deliver wonderfully with O Brother, Where Art Thou?. The fact that it's based loosely on The Odyssey (which has long been among my favorite books) adds to my enjoyment, and the cast is just terrific.
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People who added this item 4936 Average listal rating (3253 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.2
Re-watch - Dec. 18th

In anticipation of The Shape of Water I wanted to revisit Pan's Labyrinth. I still love the creature designs, and I dig the story overall. I don't know that it's my favorite of del Toro's films, but it's wonderfully realized and I appreciate it.
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People who added this item 248 Average listal rating (183 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6.2
Re-watch - Dec. 24th

I'm sure you've seen my thoughts on this film already, so instead here's a friendly reminder that it's on my Best movies of 2015 list.
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People who added this item 2795 Average listal rating (1758 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.2
Re-watch - Dec. 28th

I got back from Texas today, dropped the kiddo off to her mom, and came home to recover from a cold that hit me on the 27th. I decided to watch There Will Be Blood since I wasn't going anywhere and it was the longest of the movies I wanted to watch this month. As you're aware the film is brilliant, a wonderful character study full of impressive performances. Watching Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano go head-to-head throughout the movie makes for its best moments, and I love how the film says so much without being overt about its messages. Part of me kinda wishes though that they would've tried to age Eli for the final scene since it's 16 years after he's first introduced, but this is a minor issue. Aside from that I have no real complaints and this remains among my favorite movies.
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People who added this item 652 Average listal rating (416 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 7.9
Re-watch - Dec. 29th

I woke up Friday morning still under the weather, so I settled in for the day on my couch with some movies. I kicked off the day with the Cowboy Bebop movie, which is another film I hadn't seen in over 10 years. Now it should be noted that I've caught a couple episodes of the show but have not watched the full run. That's something I need to fix at some point. Fortunately you don't need to know the series to appreciate the film as it's tailored to be self-contained. It's consistently entertaining and most of the music is impressive (though I did wonder whether the original cut had the same English-language songs as are included in the home version...some of them were better suited to their respective scenes than others, and let's face it anything from Seatbelts is superior). I also liked the variety of visuals throughout the film. I don't think it's a great movie, but I enjoy it enough to watch it again.
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People who added this item 630 Average listal rating (401 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.7
Kalifornia (1993)
Re-watch - Dec. 29th

Back in the '90s I really loved this movie. Pitt's performance is still excellent (and you can see shades of Tyler Durden and Mickey O'Neil here) and helps the movie rise above. The story of two couples going cross-country while stopping to document historical sites where murders occurred is interesting. Not everything about the film works well, but it's got some memorable moments and I'm still entertained by it.
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Re-watch - Dec. 29th

I still don't think this movie warrants a higher rating. It's definitely good, but I don't find it to be great. The cast does an admirable job all around (though watching Kevin Spacey play a slimeball cop isn't as easy to take in 2017), and the story is worthwhile. I also appreciate the complexity of the Bud White and Ed Exley characters, but a film about police corruption just doesn't endear itself to me. Thus it's a film I respect but don't love.
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People who added this item 4025 Average listal rating (2713 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 7.1
Re-watch - Dec. 29th

I ended my Friday with a film that has no guns anywhere in sight, which was much needed. I love this silly movie, even if the heavy reliance on profanity for laughs gets tiresome after a while. It helps that the characters are fun to spend time with and there's genuine heart to it. It's a film I know I'll continue to revisit, though I think I'll space out those occasions as much as possible so I can maintain my appreciation for it.
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People who added this item 177 Average listal rating (126 ratings) 5.6 IMDB Rating 6.2
First viewing - Dec. 30th

I felt that it was time to watch something I have NOT already seen before, and decided to finally check this one out. Evidently it's better than the original film, which means nothing to me since I had no urge to see that one. But I dig Mike Flanagan's other films I've seen, so I wanted to see whether I'd like this one as well.

Overall it was fine. I can't say I was blown away by it, but it's got some effectively creepy moments and visuals. The cast does a decent job all around, and I liked how it focused primarily on one family. Quite a bit of it was predictable though, and I felt like it borrowed here & there from other similar films about hauntings. I don't regret watching it, mind you, but I wouldn't go out of my way to sit through it again.

Just a thought: Always a pleasant surprise whenever Henry Thomas turns up in a decent movie.
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People who added this item 2254 Average listal rating (1453 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.9
First viewing - Dec. 30th

The last time I watched The Blues Brothers was before I moved to Austin, so it's been at least 8 years. And while I generally don't enjoy musicals, this one is so much its own animal that the fact it's a musical doesn't bother me at all. In fact, thanks to the approach taken with how the music is used in connection to the story I almost prefer the musical numbers over the rest of the film. I say almost because the chase scenes are among the best I've ever seen, a wonderful mix of comic timing and amazing stuntwork. But man, every time one of the legends takes center stage to perform a song I get really excited & can't stop smiling. It's insane that they were able to get Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and John Lee Hooker together in a single film, and even more crazy to me that they were able to do so with such ease (evidently most of them weren't working at the time this was filmed). But I'm glad they pulled it off and that it works so wonderfully. The film stands as a showcase of great blues and works well as an introduction to the genre for the uninitiated. Plus it's so much fun, especially the over-the-top finale.
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People who added this item 851 Average listal rating (643 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7
Re-watch - Dec. 31st

The last time I watched Get Out was while it was in theatres, and after that first watch I wasn't quite convinced of its greatness. It's a film that's stuck with me all year, however, and as I've been pondering my thoughts on the films that came out this year I found myself itching to revisit it. Most of what I said previously still stands, though for whatever reason the second time around it hit me harder and I found more to appreciate. It's definitely a great debut film, as well as one of the year's best films period. It's not a perfect 10 for me, but it's an excellent film that deserves all the praise it's received.
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People who added this item 2684 Average listal rating (1748 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 8.1
Stand by Me (1986)
Re-watch - Dec. 31st

Both times I watched IT this year I kept thinking about Stand By Me, so I wanted to revisit it before the year ended. It's still astounding to me how well acted the film is. We all know now that the four boys who played the main roles kept acting beyond this film, but while child actors often can't pull off dramatic roles very well they completely nail their respective roles. It helps, of course, that the short story it's adapted from was excellent in the first place, but Rob Reiner handles all aspects perfectly and delivers a film that's still powerful and entertaining without a single false note. It's heartfelt and the four friends at its center are so believable with their friendship and interactions that I can't help loving everything about this film. I really should revisit it more often.
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People who added this item 1622 Average listal rating (1173 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 8
Deadpool (2016)
Re-watch - Dec. 31st

While 2017 wasn't much fun overall, I wanted to end the year with a fun film that would allow me to escape for a little while. And as you're likely aware Deadpool is just great for that. I love the hell out of this crazy movie, with all of its humor and over-the-top action, and I'm glad it exists. On the last night of one of the worst years I've lived through so far, I was able to get lost in Deadpool and keep a smile on my face, and that's all I really needed from it. I can't wait to see the sequel.
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People who added this item 570 Average listal rating (405 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.4
First viewing - Dec. 3rd

Much ado has been made over Lady Bird, to the point where I had to check it out for myself. The cast pretty much knocks it out of the park, and all the awards buzz around Ronan and Metcalf is well-deserved. It's smart and funny and heartfelt and there's really nothing I can complain about. I don't think it's the best film I've seen this year, but I suspect it'll be in my top 10 at least. And here's hoping Greta Gerwig has more great stories in her to tell.
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First viewing - Dec. 3rd

I left Lady Bird at one theatre and made my way to another to catch Three Billboards right after. Admittedly both were playing at both theatres I stopped into that day, but the venue I caught Lady Bird at cost me $4.99 because it was before noon, and the other one is $6.50 for all matinee screenings but the timing of both films didn't work for me to see them without a long wait between them. And since these theatres are about 10 minutes drive away from each other I opted to save money on the first film and thus catch both.

I thought Three Billboards was even better than Lady Bird. Again we have a film with a stellar cast, though this one has far more on its mind. It's quite an achievement when a film contains characters that you can empathize with even when you dislike them. I love characters that exist in the gray area instead of simplified to binaries, and this film really scratched that itch. This is not a film that's easy to get behind (which is kinda the point), and I have no doubt some people will hate it. I deeply appreciated what they went for here, and I'll gladly watch it again down the road. It deserves to win a bunch of awards in the near future. McDonagh has proved to be a very interesting filmmaker & wherever he goes from here I'm there for it.
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First viewing - Dec. 21st

I went into The Last Jedi with low expectations. My friend who caught it opening night said he hated it and was done with Star Wars movies going forward, and given that he's a huge fan of the series that alarmed me. Then I kept seeing people on social media discussing the fact that audiences were complaining about the movie, so I lowered my expectations even further (keep in mind I wasn't crazy about The Force Awakens, so it's not like my expectations were very high for this one anyway). I knew, however, that the only way I could know for sure how I'd feel about it was to see it for myself.

The kiddo and I were in Texas for Xmas, so we headed to the Drafthouse to watch The Last Jedi. Afterward she told me her favorite film of 2017 is now a three-way tie between The Last Jedi, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Coco. I wouldn't place The Last Jedi at the top of my favorites list for the year, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover how much meaning was put into the film and how it's resonated with me. For the first time since the 1980s we have a truly Great Star Wars movie that's also relevant to the present day. Every character has a story arc that's clearly planned out, with motivations that are communicated and understandable. There's social commentary, there are settings that look fresh and filled me with the sense of wonder the original trilogy did, and best of all there's not a single moment where I felt like something was thrown at me solely for nostalgia purposes. The cast brings their A game, and Rian Johnson deserves credit for delivering this wonderful entry that finally justifies the existence of the new trilogy beyond cashing in on an established franchise. I'll gladly watch The Last Jedi again, and I can't wait to see what Rian Johnson does within the universe now that he has permission to create an all-new trilogy with all-new characters.
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People who added this item 774 Average listal rating (567 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3
First viewing - Dec. 31st

I wasn't willing to let the year end without catching The Shape of Water first, so I dug my car out of the snow and set off to catch it first thing Sunday morning. And much as I'd anticipated, I totally loved it. Guillermo del Toro did a stellar job with this one, and the cast is perfect. I could go on & on about it, but suffice it to say that the only thing missing was that feeling I get when a film ends and earns a perfect score from me. We'll see if it turns up the next time I watch it, but this still earns a place on my top ten of 2017 as the year ends.

Just a thought: This is everything Beauty and the Beast should be, so all further attempts to remake that film/story can stop before they start.
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