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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."

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if part of the assignment is "no people or animals" am I allowed to draw a skeleton

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So hey, any Canadians out there, have any thoughts on... I am currently verifying my Canadian citizenship and I would like to leave America, but, I don't really know where in Canada I would go? I'm originally from British Columbia (Vancouver Island), but I don't want to go back to that little island.

I could consider Vancouver, or the Toronto area, but... I've never been a huge city person; but I'm also not someone who wants to live in the middle of nowhere? (maybe I am? idk.)

I guess my paranoia is a lot of Canada is big and empty and I don't really have any idea where I would want to go to or why. I just know I don't want to be here, where I am now.

Does anyone have any advice, thoughts, or connections to offer me? This would be around August of 2021.

In which Alex explains the joke. 

these are otherwise unrelated movies that I'm pretending connect in any way

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A real arc here, tho.

"We Bought a Zoo": They buy a zoo.

"Zookeeper": They run a zoo.

"The Zookeeper's Wife": Zoo destroyed by the Nazis.

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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.)

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πŸ¦” "Zookeeper" (2011) 

the animal gags are solid, but the romcom stuff ends up very pick-up artist-y, yuck

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πŸ¦” "Zookeeper" (2011) 

the animals are teaming up to help Kevin James sort out his love life???

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πŸ¦” "Zookeeper" (2011) 

oh the animals can TALK, i see

it's THAT kind of hour and a half

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πŸ¦” "Zookeeper" (2011) 

both the girl he proposed to and his brother have implied to Kevin James that being a zookeeper is kind of a rubbish job, ?????

it's not like he's a mall cop????

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went, "going from We Bought a Zoo to The Prestige is a bit of a U-turn," but

* both American adaptations of books by British writers with a three-syllable first name, one-syllable last name
* both are largely about the ramifications of acquisition
* ScarJo is forgettable in both

somebody pick today's movie for me

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