Movie #17, 1934's "The Thin Man."
I've heard good things.
⚓ "Here Comes the Navy" (1934)
so far mostly propaganda like how modern action movies do sometimes, where they get access to certain locations and equipment in exchange for making the armed force in question look somewhere between not-bad and good
adjacent to that, a decent romcom, nothing to write home about
@Alexis It's a very good movie, and like we've talked about before, in the middle of a time when movies were increasingly exploring the medium instead of being recorded plays. I'm looking forward to the next few years in your project! 1939 was really a watershed, but there are some very good ones before that.
@naga Yeah, I'm really at the point where they start to turn into /proper/ movies, I'd be surprised to come across something like "Disraeli" or "The Divorcee" now.
:detective_pikachu: "The Thin Man" (1934)
I'm here for this kind of Douglas Adams script
"The Thin Man" (1934)
@verity There's a bunch of good jokes and innuendos in there, if you're up for a good, solid detective story, definitely check this one out.
@Alexis ok so, the reason this viewing order has Agent Carter between seasons of Agents of SHIELD is because, as the Agent Carter one-shot shows, this Agent Carter show is actually taking part in a different dimension, whose events are running concurrently to Agents of SHIELD.
⚔️ "Mulan" (2020)
@Alexis I'm not a giant fan of Disney's recent live-action movies, but even Aladdin and Beauty & The Beast had more energy than this
⚔️ "Mulan" (2020)
@hache Yeah, they're not my bag, but I did like Aladdin, and I could imagine enjoying Jungle Book if I'd seen it in theatres, right, but this?
It's not even particularly frustrating to me, just dull.
(I'm aware it's not particularly accurate to the society it depicts, but I can't really speak to that issue.)
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