deepestblue
I haven't seen this movie or any mainstream movie in a minute, but this one is related to the Mandela Effect.  Looks interesting.

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deepestblue wrote:
I haven't seen this movie or any mainstream movie in a minute, but this one is related to the Mandela Effect.  Looks interesting.



For some reason this is not playing for me, but we saw the preview for it at one of the rare movies we actually went to see in the theater, Robert Redford’s ‘The Mustang’. We liked the premise and it’s the same producer as Slum Dog Millionaire, which we also really enjoyed.
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beebee wrote:


For some reason this is not playing for me, but we saw the preview for it at one of the rare movies we actually went to see in the theater, Robert Redford’s ‘The Mustang’. We liked the premise and it’s the same producer as Slum Dog Millionaire, which we also really enjoyed.


Here's the same trailer with a different video link

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beebee wrote:


For some reason this is not playing for me, but we saw the preview for it at one of the rare movies we actually went to see in the theater, Robert Redford’s ‘The Mustang’. We liked the premise and it’s the same producer as Slum Dog Millionaire, which we also really enjoyed.


How was 'The Mustang'?  I see it has a 94% approval rating on a movie review website.
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deepestblue wrote:


How was 'The Mustang'?  I see it has a 94% approval rating on a movie review website.


I enjoyed it and am glad we saw it but there were a couple of scenes I found quite upsetting/disturbing but I’m sensitive that way.
It was made for The Sundance Institution or is that Institute? LOL. And as a result wasn’t shown in any of the local big box theaters and being we are out in the sticks, we had to drive a ways to go see it. As we did for ‘Snowden’ and ‘The Big Short’, but we usually make a day of it and do that w some shopping at a TJ’s/Costco and have a nice lunch somewhere.

I’d give it an 8 outta 10 👍 and say if you get the opportunity and it’s still showing, do go see it.

Here is the trailer.



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deepestblue wrote:


Here's the same trailer with a different video link



So I have to tell you we went to see it and it was grrrreat!
We loved it. Tempted to give it a 10 but def a 9.5 plus!

Would def recommend going to see it. 

We thought about going yesterday but thought being a Sunday and school being out, the theater it would be super crowded, so instead we went today and had a delicious lunch first at P.F. Chang’s, a $5 Chang margarita then walked over to the theater. We were two of about only 8 old farts in the theater watching it. LOL

We talked about it all the way home.
Truly excellent!

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deepestblue
That is so cool!!!!  Thought it looked good too, now i know it is.  Looking fwd to seeing it!
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It takes one through a wide range of emotions, sadness, joy, laughter, some really cringe worthy moments and then throws in a little surprise, which I will not spoil for you.

Suffice to say, I’m back on YouTube listening to one of your and my fav songs again.

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Chimps more sociable after watching movies together – study

Evolutionary roots of bonding through shared activity may be deeper than was thought

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Chimpanzees enjoy watching movies together, scientists have discovered, in research that suggests social bonding through shared experience has deep evolutionary roots.

It is widely known that humans can bond over group activities such as watching a movie or playing board games. But it has been unclear whether the underlying psychology behind this effect is present in other species.

“Humans have an enormous variety of social bonding activities that we don’t see in other species because they’re somewhat cultural – for example listening to music or watching movies,” said Wouter Wolf, a graduate student at Duke University in North Carolina and an author on the study. “We thought that this kind of connecting through shared experiences was uniquely human”

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/jul/17/chimps-more-sociable-after-watching-movies-together-study

This is perhaps why we enjoy going to movies together because
like traveling, it’s a shared experience.

We still talk about and like to share good movies we have seen.

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deepestblue
Animals bonding over tv/movies, such as these twin English Bulldogs who have their own youtube channel

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Cool!  IIRC, the Elvis & Khaleesi twin bulldog channel has a vid of Khaleesi watching a video of herself watching video of herself watching a video of herself watching a horror movie lol. 

Saw a link to this 24/7 Q channel.  Didn't watch much of it but as far as I'm concerned anything's betta than Counterfeit News Network/Faux News/MSDNC.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWW3gYCvKS412p7o6qSK5gg/featured
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Yesterday I went to see Taratino's-  'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'.
I was a little hesitant at first as I don't like watching movie with a lot of violence
but there wasn't much other than in that one scene
and Leonardo DiCarpo and Brad Pitt's acting truly was superb.

All together I thought it was a very well put together film, that in many ways
took one back into tha day in that unique often weird Tarantino way.

Here's the trailer for it.

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