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    A Beautiful Day sold out, so we finally saw Midway. I liked it a lot.

    9.0 Joker
    8.0 Dr. Sleep
    7.5 Midway
    7.5 Gemini Man
    7.0 The Good Liar
    6.5 Motherless Brooklyn
    6.0 Harriet
    5.5 Black and Blue
    5.0 Ad Astra
    5.0 Judy
    4.5 Hustlers
    3.0 The Terminator: Dark Fate
    2.0 Jexi
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    A Beautiful Day sold out, so we finally saw Midway. I liked it a lot.

    9.0 Joker
    8.0 Dr. Sleep
    7.5 Midway
    7.5 Gemini Man
    7.0 The Good Liar
    6.5 Motherless Brooklyn
    6.0 Harriet
    5.5 Black and Blue
    5.0 Ad Astra
    5.0 Judy
    4.5 Hustlers
    3.0 The Terminator: Dark Fate
    2.0 Jexi
    Joker and Dr Sleep were fantastic!!!! Gemini Man I still need to see!

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    El Camino (Breaking Bad movie) 9/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellhorn04 View Post
    El Camino (Breaking Bad movie) 9/10
    I swear I am the only one who didn't enjoy it.... HOWEVER I watched it at midnight after a day of my son being super fussy and I had a headache and was so sleepy. I found it slow going but really need to watch it again as I watched it at the absolute wrong time.

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    The Irishman 7.5/10
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    Train to Busan - 10/10

    Not usually into movies with subtitles, but this was one of best movies, especially zombie movies I’ve ever seen.

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    Uncut Gems 6/10
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    Chaim, you are in the big leagues now. Drawing 10,000 fans a game is not going to cut it, and people don’t buy tickets to Fenway to talk about the Farm

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    Updated list:


    9.0 Joker
    8.0 Dr. Sleep
    8.0 Uncut Gems
    7.5 The Irishman
    7.5 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

    7.5 Midway
    7.5 Gemini Man
    7.5 Just Mercy
    7.0 The Good Liar
    6.5 Motherless Brooklyn
    6.0 Little Women
    6.0 Bombshell

    6.0 Harriet
    5.5 Black and Blue
    5.0 Ad Astra
    5.0 Two Popes
    5.0 Judy
    4.5 Hustlers
    3.5 Dolomite is My Name
    3.0 The Lion King

    3.0 The Terminator: Dark Fate
    2.0 Jexi
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    I mostly watch older movies, so...

    Midnight Run 9.5/10
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    Mary Poppins Returns 6.5/10

    It was fine. Needed Julie Andrews in it though.
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    I reminded baseball ops that we are focused on competitiveness over the next 5 years over and above resetting. You seem to think Chaim was brought in to reduce payroll. That has simply not been the way FSG operates here or across the pond.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fangraphs View Post
    For Boston fans, the deal sucks. The Red Sox didn’t need to back off from contention and trade Mookie Betts. The deal serves principally to increase the Red Sox’s profits with a small increase in their competitive position some years down the line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellhorn04 View Post
    I mostly watch older movies, so...

    Midnight Run 9.5/10
    Some of my favorite "older movies"...

    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Sound of Music
    Cool Hand Luke
    Pappilon
    Midnight Cowboy
    Spartacus
    The Birds
    West Side Story
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Deer Hunter
    Apocalypse Now
    Godfather I & II
    Marathon Man
    Being There
    Last Tango in Paris
    Walkabout
    Deliverance
    Taxi Driver
    A Dog Day Afternoon
    Soylent Green
    M*A*S*H



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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    Some of my favorite "older movies"...

    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Sound of Music
    Cool Hand Luke
    Pappilon
    Midnight Cowboy
    Spartacus
    The Birds
    West Side Story
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Deer Hunter
    Apocalypse Now
    Godfather I & II
    Marathon Man
    Being There
    Last Tango in Paris
    Walkabout
    Deliverance
    Taxi Driver
    A Dog Day Afternoon
    Soylent Green
    M*A*S*H



    You old
    The King of TalkSox has Spoken.

    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter View Post
    Chaim, you are in the big leagues now. Drawing 10,000 fans a game is not going to cut it, and people don’t buy tickets to Fenway to talk about the Farm

    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter View Post
    Unlike hot streaks and clutch, the “Cliff” is a myth. It can’t be defined, and it’s future existence cannot be proved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a700hitter View Post
    You old
    Yup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    Some of my favorite "older movies"...

    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Sound of Music
    Cool Hand Luke
    Pappilon
    Midnight Cowboy
    Spartacus
    The Birds
    West Side Story
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Deer Hunter
    Apocalypse Now
    Godfather I & II
    Marathon Man
    Being There
    Last Tango in Paris
    Walkabout
    Deliverance
    Taxi Driver
    A Dog Day Afternoon
    Soylent Green
    M*A*S*H



    The only movie you listed that I like is the Sound of Music and that's only because I will always stan for Julie Andrews. Apocalypse Now is too long and boring. A Clockwork Orange is dreadful. Goodfellas is the only good mafia movie. Deliverance was ok, but I see no reason to watch it again. Taxi Driver is lame AF. Soylent Green is one of the worst movies of all time.
    Quote Originally Posted by John Henry View Post
    I reminded baseball ops that we are focused on competitiveness over the next 5 years over and above resetting. You seem to think Chaim was brought in to reduce payroll. That has simply not been the way FSG operates here or across the pond.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fangraphs View Post
    For Boston fans, the deal sucks. The Red Sox didn’t need to back off from contention and trade Mookie Betts. The deal serves principally to increase the Red Sox’s profits with a small increase in their competitive position some years down the line.

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    If I'm going to watch an older movie, it'd be like Seven Samurai, Duck Soup, Once Upon a Time in the West or Rosemary's Baby.
    Quote Originally Posted by John Henry View Post
    I reminded baseball ops that we are focused on competitiveness over the next 5 years over and above resetting. You seem to think Chaim was brought in to reduce payroll. That has simply not been the way FSG operates here or across the pond.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fangraphs View Post
    For Boston fans, the deal sucks. The Red Sox didn’t need to back off from contention and trade Mookie Betts. The deal serves principally to increase the Red Sox’s profits with a small increase in their competitive position some years down the line.

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