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    Last time I tried to watch a surviving related movie but not found a good one to watch. With regret I watch a movie called "The Lake 3" in YouTube.

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      Originally posted by gunship96 View Post
      Watched Dunkirk the other day on Netflix, highly reccomend
      Watched 1917 because I thought it should be similar to Dunkirk. I was wrong but those two are great movies.

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        I watched "A Very Long Engagement" again for the 3rd time. Foreign w/subtitles, chick flick/guy flick combo.
        Attack life, it's going to kill you anyway
        Steve Mcqueen (Mr Cool)

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          Last movie I watched was On The Waterfront with Marlon Brando and Karl Malden. First time seeing it; now wish I had seen it years ago.

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            I watched "The Painter and the Thief", an intriguing documentary about the strange relationship developed between a Norwegian artist and the man who stole two of her best known paintings.


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              Oh, earlier this month, I watched all 11 live-action Star Wars movies (including Solo and Rogue One) in timeline order -- so, starting with The Phantom Menace. Took me a couple of weeks, mainly watching on the weekends, though I did watch The Force Awakens on a weeknight.

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                Come as You Are. I have not seen it, but here's a review not too happy about the AB casting in disabled roles.

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                  I don't really get that criticism. Actors are always pretending to be someone and/or something they're not. That's literally their job. It's not like being disabled makes someone a great actor or worthy of a part. I'd rather watch a great actor pretend to be disabled than a crappy actor who is disbabled. If there are instances where the best actor for a disabled role is actually disabled but an AB actor gets the part for "convenience", then we can have a conversation.
                  "I have great faith in fools; self-confidence my friends call it." - Edgar Allen Poe

                  "If you only know your side of an issue, you know nothing." -John Stuart Mill, On Liberty

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                    My issue with the premise of the film is that it's about disabled guys going to a brothel to lose their virginity, and that's somehow supposed to be "inspiring". How about showing a disabled person in a normal romantic relationship? And raising a family? Such disabled people do exist in the world, and a movie about them is one I'd be more apt to support.

                    The Julia Roberts movie Notting Hill had a side character, a woman who used a wheelchair and was in a relationship. I really liked the way they portrayed her. She also had a laugh-out-loud funny line about lack of accessible facilities.

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