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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 #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.

#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.

"It looks like something came out of it."

you hate to hear it

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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

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the bad wig does little to persuade me otherwise

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Cranston yelling in Japanese is very funny tho

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"It's not the end of the world."


this is a godzilla movie

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oh he's still alive even though he was, like

in the plant when it collapsed

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still a bad wig tho

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"It's clean!"

oh dang

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"My WIFE! DIED here!"

my wiiife

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"Kill it."

there's no way the it you're killing is the it of this

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"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"

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what do these people always think shooting Godzilla is gonna fucking do

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it's like pointing the world's tiniest water gun at a person

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"Gojira may be the answer. I believe... he's here to restore balance."

solving your racoon problem with a wolf problem

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if the only thing you're getting over the radio is barely intelligible yelling, i--

i don't think the bridge is clear

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the trick to not having your city ruined by any godzillas is to simply not have any iconic roughly godzilla-sized landmarks

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i'm extremely not invested in Son of Cranston's story at any point so far, but everything else is solid


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it's peanuts to Shin Godzilla, obviously, but that was okay

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