, 2022 edition!

In 2020 I watched 239 movies.
In 2021 I watched another 391,
for a total of 650 movies since very early into first lockdown.

That's probably all the movies, right?

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Shoot, I found more movies.

Let's start with something just as topical as last year's first one, #1, or #651, 1973's "Soylent Green."

It's the year 2022...

#2, #652, we Cage ever onwards, it's 2009's "Knowing."

But do I Know what this is about? I've Know idea.

#3, #653, I gotta get back to these, it's 1938 Best Picture nominee "Four Daughters."

This is before the 80s, when Hollywood perfected the "two schmucks with a bad idea" formula, so they've overshot to "four daughters."

#4, #654, we Cage ever onwards, it's 2009's "The Bad Lieutenant - Port of Call: New Orleans."

An unwieldy title like that doesn't... traditionally... mean... good things.

#5, #655, we Cage ever onwards, with another one I'd never put on without a reason, but in a completely different way, it's 2009's "G-Force," about a team of highly trained guinea pig spies.

#6, #656, we Cage ever onwards with another celebrity voice cast children's cartoon, it's 2009's "Astro Boy," in which he voices... the professor?

#7, #657, we Cage ever onwards, with 2010's "Kick-Ass."

Saw it when it came out, but I can't imagine it's aged... particularly gracefully.

#8, #658, one of only two Taika Waititis I haven't seen, 2010's "Boy."

#9, #659, we Cage ever onwards, it's 2010's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice." Which you'd think would have Mickey Mouse in it, but it doesn't.

#10, #660, we Cage ever onwards with 2011's "Season of the Witch," which I'm pretty sure is about the Plague, no, not that one, the other one.

#11, #661, 2010's "MacGruber" because I wanna know if I should bother with that show they just dropped.

#11, #662, Netflix has been pushing me to watch whatever the fuck 1991's "Hudson Hawk" is, so whatever, let's watch whatever the fuck 1991's "Hudson Hawk" is.

Just found out there's a "Weekend at Bernie's II" (1993) and I have to know, I have to know how they get there!

#13 or #663.

#14, or #664, 2018's "Welcome to Marwen," which, I don't even remember why I downloaded this or what it's about.

I'm not doing anything else productive today, #15, or #665, 2021's "The Lost Daughter."

#17, or #667, the number of the neighbour of the Beast but just as evil, 2021's "Dear Evan Hansen."

#18, #668, we M Night Shyamalan ever onwards, it's 2010's "The Last Airbender."

#19, #669, 1996's "Scream."

I'm two seconds in and this might be the most MTV thing I've ever seen.

They keep talking about the sequel at the end of the first one, so, you know. #20, #670, 1997's "Scream 2."

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These people are seeing a movie called "Stab" that looks like it's about a serial killer who wears a ghostly screaming face mask.

Very relatable.

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"Based on the book 'The Woodsboro Murders' by GALE WEATHERS"

damnit gale weathers

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an audience this rowdy would do me a right conniption, jeezus

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It seems socially irresponsible to me to not just continue selling this mask but to provide it as a full costume for a screening of a horror movie based on a true story

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"Cotton."
"Hi Sidney."

gale weathers can get in the bin

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I'm pretty sure Courtney Cox is in the rest of the sequels or a Gale Weathers/Cotton Weary team-up would be top of my list of suspects

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Sarah Michelle Gellar obviously not remotely believable as a vain serial killer victim.

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the first one was all about the killers clearly setting down the rules before you knew they were the killers, and Jackie from Roseanne just laid down some rules

so

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these movies: already some Dawson's Creek Casting going on, everyone at least 5 years older than they're playing

the movie in the movie: 40-year old teenagers

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"Mrs Voorhees was a terrific serial killer!"

okay so

I reckon

Jackie from Roseanne is somebody's mom taking revenge

Billy's, Stu's, maybe Cotton Weary's

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i mean I'm from the future but they do also tell you exactly what's happening

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"Cassandra is one of the great tragic visionaries of literature. She saw it all coming."

extremely relatable

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one of these Trojan masks looks enough like the Ghostface one that it's definitely gonna come up and get replaced with it at some point

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"And Billy Loomis-- Billy Loomis! What the fuck!" [and then an insult that contains some homophobia but also he calls him a "mama's boy"]

got it, it's Mrs Loomis

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never trust a Loomis

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well, "Mrs Loomis," she said her name was Debbie Salt

never trust her, either

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"I don't know about homicide, but you've definitely got me for raising my voice in a public library!"

this is the first arrest for this spree so they're trying to make me think he's the new Billy Loomis, but that's too obvious, red herring

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"Oh shit."
"What?"
"He's gone."

Some of these moves are fucking impossible even if it's a duo again.

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we have to figure out who the killer is, we know exactly one thing about them, they can teleport

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