Movie #4, 2020's "Let Them All Talk," which I understand is about Meryl Streep as a snooty Author going to America on the RMS Queen Mary 2. In 2019, obviously.
Movie #5, the 1933 "Little Women."
I've seen the 2019 one -- these women had better be the absolute goddamn tiniest women you ever did see.
Movie #6, 1934 Best Picture nominee "It Happened One Night."
I'm pretty sure this is the one romcoms, like. Come from. This is The Romcom.
Movie #7, 1934 Best Picture nominee, "The House of Rothschild," which, sigh, I imagine is about the family of European bankers, because what other Rothschilds are there.
's got Boris Karloff in it, I guess.
Movie #8, 2008's "Star Wars: The Clone Wars." Extended cut again.
#9, "We Bought a Zoo," because I've been making fun of the title for nearly a full decade and it's on Disney+.
Movie #10, or #250 since I started counting, 2006's "The Prestige," or "Batman v. Wolverine: What if Stage Magic But Too Much."
Movie #11, 2011's "Zookeeper."
I do not know what this one is or is about.
Movie #12, 2017's "The Zookeeper's Wife."
I also don't know what this one is about, but from the Netflix thumbnail it looks like a WW2 movie.
(I think that's a reverse blarting.)
Movie #13, we move on from zoos to the jungle, where the animals are keeping a small human? Absolute madness.
It's 2016's live-action "The Jungle Book."
Movie #14, 1934 Best Picture nominee "Viva Villa!"
I'm pretty sure Wallace Beery is in brownface in this one. :/
Movie #15, 2010's "Four Lions." Terrorism comedy, I'm pretty sure.
Movie #16, 2017's "Boss Baby."
Movie #17, 1934's "The Thin Man."
I've heard good things.
Movie #18, 2015's "Trumbo," in which Bryan Cranston plays the sequel elephant to Dumbo.
#19, I kinda fell off the rewatch over the summer, but I've put 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming" on.
Sigh. #20, the 2020 "Mulan."
#21, 1934 Best Picture nominee "Here Comes the Navy," which is probably pretty blatant propaganda? Sigh, oh well.
#22, 2020's "The Kid Detective." Adam Brody plays the former titular getting thrown into a Real Case, I think?
Let's watch another one, I wanna stay at one a day, #23, 2020's "Black Bear."
No idea what it's about, Aubrey Plaza's in it.
#24, the 2014 "Godzilla."
"It looks like something came out of it."
you hate to hear it
🦎 "Godzilla" (2014) Show more
I thought Bryan Cranston was gonna be a lead in this but I'm guessing, him dying when Godzilla inevitably takes out this nuclear plant is gonna be the kid's origin story
the bad wig does little to persuade me otherwise
Cranston yelling in Japanese is very funny tho
"It's not the end of the world."
this is a godzilla movie
oh he's still alive even though he was, like
in the plant when it collapsed
still a bad wig tho
"My WIFE! DIED here!"
there's no way the it you're killing is the it of this
"All those nuclear tests in the 50s... Not tests. They were trying to kill it."
i mean what was wrong with "the nuclear tests created him"
what do these people always think shooting Godzilla is gonna fucking do
it's like pointing the world's tiniest water gun at a person
"Gojira may be the answer. I believe... he's here to restore balance."
solving your racoon problem with a wolf problem
if the only thing you're getting over the radio is barely intelligible yelling, i--
i don't think the bridge is clear
the trick to not having your city ruined by any godzillas is to simply not have any iconic roughly godzilla-sized landmarks
i'm extremely not invested in Son of Cranston's story at any point so far, but everything else is solid
it's peanuts to Shin Godzilla, obviously, but that was okay
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