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What Are Your Best Films of 2017 So Far?

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 8:14 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Getting close to halfway through the year. At the end of the calendar, sometimes it is hard to recall all the great films from the early part of the year, getting overshadowed by the summer blockbusters and award season royalty.
So let's take a moment to recall and list which films have been your favorites so far this year.


So far my list is:
The Promise
Gifted
Colossal
Megan Leavey
John Wick 2
Brimstone is listed as 2016, but has a release date in 2017, so including it.
The Mummy
Baywatch (not because of greatness, but due to not much else better)


As I look at it, none of the ones I was most looking forward to have panned out. I was hoping to list 10 films, but either they have been lame so far, or I already forgot some good ones. Help remind me.



Other films mentioned in this thread:
Logan
Wonder Woman
Hidden Figures (released 2016)
Transformers 5: The Last Knight
Spiderman

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Friday, June 23, 2017 6:16 AM

SHINYGOODGUY


I like your list, here are my picks:

Wonder Woman
Logan

The above movies top my list as 1 and 1A, both excellently done with very minor flaws, but the best so far this year - bar none.

Hidden Figures
Colossal
John Wick 2

And that's pretty much it. Now, mind you, I have yet to see a couple of films that you have listed, but I will make it a point to see this summer and will revise my list further down the road.

Here are the ones I haven't seen:

The Promise
Gifted
Megan Leavey
Brimstone
The Mummy
Baywatch

Out of these I think I will be watching Gifted, Megan Leavey and maybe The Mummy.
As for the rest - Netflix.


SGG


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Getting close to halfway through the year. At the end of the calendar, sometimes it is hard to recall all the great films from the early part of the year, getting overshadowed by the summer blockbusters and award season royalty.
So let's take a moment to recall and list which films have been your favorites so far this year.


So far my list is:
The Promise
Gifted
Colossal
Megan Leavey
John Wick 2
Brimstone is listed as 2016, but has a release date in 2017, so including it.
The Mummy
Baywatch (not because of greatness, but due to not much else better)


As I look at it, none of the ones I was most looking forward to have panned out. I was hoping to list 10 films, but either they have been lame so far, or I already forgot some good ones. Help remind me.


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Friday, June 23, 2017 5:54 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Getting close to halfway through the year. At the end of the calendar, sometimes it is hard to recall all the great films from the early part of the year, getting overshadowed by the summer blockbusters and award season royalty.
So let's take a moment to recall and list which films have been your favorites so far this year.


So far my list is:
The Promise
Gifted
Colossal
Megan Leavey
John Wick 2
Brimstone is listed as 2016, but has a release date in 2017, so including it.
The Mummy
Baywatch (not because of greatness, but due to not much else better)


As I look at it, none of the ones I was most looking forward to have panned out. I was hoping to list 10 films, but either they have been lame so far, or I already forgot some good ones. Help remind me.


I like your list, here are my picks:

Wonder Woman
Logan

The above movies top my list as 1 and 1A, both excellently done with very minor flaws, but the best so far this year - bar none.

Hidden Figures
Colossal
John Wick 2

And that's pretty much it. Now, mind you, I have yet to see a couple of films that you have listed, but I will make it a point to see this summer and will revise my list further down the road.

Here are the ones I haven't seen:

The Promise
Gifted
Megan Leavey
Brimstone
The Mummy
Baywatch

Out of these I think I will be watching Gifted, Megan Leavey and maybe The Mummy.
As for the rest - Netflix.


SGG



I have not seen Logan.
I'd watch the first three of that list. Promise, Gifted, Megan Leavey I suggest as more rewarding than Mummy or Babewatch. Brimstone would be dependent on what type of film the viewer likes.


I was really looking forward to Wonder Woman, but had hoped to be more entertained than I was. The best thing of it is boosting Gal Gadot's star.

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Friday, June 30, 2017 5:01 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


I must list Transformers 5: The Last Knight.

I found it much better and more entertaining than Wonder Woman. T5 lived up to my expectations.

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Saturday, July 1, 2017 2:51 AM

6STRINGJOKER


I don't get Gal Gadot's name....

I think of Waiting for Godot every time I see the name. Of all the people to not pick out a stage name. But than again, maybe that is a stage name?

It's good for Google searches I guess.

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Saturday, July 1, 2017 5:09 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
I don't get Gal Gadot's name....

I think of Waiting for Godot every time I see the name. Of all the people to not pick out a stage name. But than again, maybe that is a stage name?

It's good for Google searches I guess.

Gal Gadot is reportedly her birth name.
Are you saying she should have used a stage name as contestant for her local or regional beauty pageant qualifying her for Miss Israel at age 18?
She should have used a stage name for the Miss Israel 2004 pageant at age 18?
She should have used a stage name for the Miss Universe 2004 pageant at age 19?
She should have used a stage name to enlist for her service in the Israeli Defense Force at age 20?
She should have used a stage name for her Maxim photoshoot "Women of the Israeli Army" at age 21 in 2007?
She should have used a stage name for her audition for Quantum of Solace at age 21 in 2007?
She should have used a stage name for her first acting role in 2007?
She should have changed to her married name of Versano/Varsano in 2008?
She should have un-Hebraized her surname back to Greenstein, after her parents had done the opposite?
At what point should she have started using, or switched to, a stage name, and how much of her credits would she have to leave behind when she did?
Most actors who use stage names do so to become stars, have more draw. Gal has become a star based upon her skills, talent, without resorting to tricks.

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Sunday, July 9, 2017 7:17 PM

6STRINGJOKER


Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017 7:56 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017 9:05 PM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!



So far, Wonder Woman and Spiderman, and the latter was better ( imo ) by a fair bit, and that's no knock on Wonder Woman.


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Wednesday, July 12, 2017 7:45 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Finally got to see Autopsy of Jane Doe.

Many blurbs mentioned it the best horror film, and I cannot disagree with that.
Not enough of screen time for Ophelia Lovibond, tho.

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017 11:53 PM

6STRINGJOKER


Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.




Meehof. Jack Meehof. Looks great on a resume. My parents were real comedians.



I haven't used etymology symbols for a long time, so without looking them up I'm not exactly getting if you got Godot right. But I actually HAVE heard that name pronounced, not only by a college professor, but in the version Burgess Meredith was in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348334/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_134. It's definitely not pronounced the way you're saying that he was pronouncing her last name.


I don't keep up much with any current events, especially celebrity stuff. I haven't even watched a late night show in over a decade.

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Thursday, July 13, 2017 12:16 AM

SHINYGOODGUY


Yeah, you're right. She pronounces it ga-DOT (as in polka dot).


SGG


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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Quote:

Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.




Meehof. Jack Meehof. Looks great on a resume. My parents were real comedians.



I haven't used etymology symbols for a long time, so without looking them up I'm not exactly getting if you got Godot right. But I actually HAVE heard that name pronounced, not only by a college professor, but in the version Burgess Meredith was in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348334/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_134. It's definitely not pronounced the way you're saying that he was pronouncing her last name.


I don't keep up much with any current events, especially celebrity stuff. I haven't even watched a late night show in over a decade.


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Friday, July 14, 2017 5:46 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


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Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.




Meehof. Jack Meehof. Looks great on a resume. My parents were real comedians.


I conjured you were Mike Hunt
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I haven't used etymology symbols for a long time, so without looking them up I'm not exactly getting if you got Godot right. But I actually HAVE heard that name pronounced, not only by a college professor, but in the version Burgess Meredith was in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348334/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_134. It's definitely not pronounced the way you're saying that he was pronouncing her last name.

I don't keep up much with any current events, especially celebrity stuff. I haven't even watched a late night show in over a decade.

Yeah, you're right. She pronounces it ga-DOT (as in polka dot).

SGG

Yeah, the Jimmy was pronouncing like polka dot except dote instead of dot. He said it several times, standing right beside her, so I don't know why she didn't correct him while at commercial. Maybe she was just too polite.

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Monday, July 17, 2017 3:53 AM

SHINYGOODGUY


You're right, she is too polite. Remember, she is just beginning to feel the affect she's having on people worldwide. She's such a cutie and very down to earth and, about a year ago she was jumping for joy of her being cast as Wonder Woman. And now has been thrust into the crazy world of Hollywood. She has not been spoiled yet with fame going to her head (I hope she stays sweet and charming).

Yesterday a bit part player; today a mega star from doing a fantastic job as Wonder Woman (I love her accent, her charming personality and total commitment to the role). You don't get many like her. Personally, I don't think she will ever get spoiled by Hollywood.


SGG


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.




Meehof. Jack Meehof. Looks great on a resume. My parents were real comedians.


I conjured you were Mike Hunt
Quote:

Quote:


I haven't used etymology symbols for a long time, so without looking them up I'm not exactly getting if you got Godot right. But I actually HAVE heard that name pronounced, not only by a college professor, but in the version Burgess Meredith was in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348334/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_134. It's definitely not pronounced the way you're saying that he was pronouncing her last name.

I don't keep up much with any current events, especially celebrity stuff. I haven't even watched a late night show in over a decade.

Yeah, you're right. She pronounces it ga-DOT (as in polka dot).

SGG

Yeah, the Jimmy was pronouncing like polka dot except dote instead of dot. He said it several times, standing right beside her, so I don't know why she didn't correct him while at commercial. Maybe she was just too polite.


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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 1:06 AM

6STRINGJOKER


Quote:

Yeah, the Jimmy was pronouncing like polka dot except dote instead of dot. He said it several times, standing right beside her, so I don't know why she didn't correct him while at commercial. Maybe she was just too polite.


Yeah... That's just about how you pronounce Godot, just a silent T on the end, so me and Jimmy were close there.

I've never seen her perform or just off screen at all. I've only seen a few pictures here and there. Pretty girl. She's probably a just a little timid because this is all new to her now. She'll probably be more assertive now that she's becoming a name all over the world. Hopefully she doesn't let the fame get to her head.

Was that her first appearance on a big show like Kimmel? I had problems doing speeches in front of a class of around 30 in high school. Something like a late night show and I'd be like a deer in headlights.


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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 5:01 AM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
You're right, she is too polite. Remember, she is just beginning to feel the affect she's having on people worldwide. She's such a cutie and very down to earth and, about a year ago she was jumping for joy of her being cast as Wonder Woman. And now has been thrust into the crazy world of Hollywood. She has not been spoiled yet with fame going to her head (I hope she stays sweet and charming).

Yesterday a bit part player; today a mega star from doing a fantastic job as Wonder Woman (I love her accent, her charming personality and total commitment to the role). You don't get many like her. Personally, I don't think she will ever get spoiled by Hollywood.


SGG


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
Fair enough. My sister in law took a hyphenated name for similar reasons.

I'm not really judging or anything. I'm not exactly thrilled with my name either.

I was thinking you could tell us your name so we could all make fun of it.

Last night I saw Gal Gadot on Jimmy Kimmel's show. It may have been a rerun, she said she had just had her second kid 2 months before. Anyhow, Jimmy pronounced her name like "Gaul (or Gol) Guh-DOTE" and did so several times with her present, and she did not indicate this was incorrect.

I was thinking Godot was pronounced "GO-doe" by comparison.




Meehof. Jack Meehof. Looks great on a resume. My parents were real comedians.


I conjured you were Mike Hunt
Quote:

Quote:


I haven't used etymology symbols for a long time, so without looking them up I'm not exactly getting if you got Godot right. But I actually HAVE heard that name pronounced, not only by a college professor, but in the version Burgess Meredith was in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348334/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_134. It's definitely not pronounced the way you're saying that he was pronouncing her last name.

I don't keep up much with any current events, especially celebrity stuff. I haven't even watched a late night show in over a decade.

Yeah, you're right. She pronounces it ga-DOT (as in polka dot).

SGG

Yeah, the Jimmy was pronouncing like polka dot except dote instead of dot. He said it several times, standing right beside her, so I don't know why she didn't correct him while at commercial. Maybe she was just too polite.


While watching her on Jimmy, I kept recalling that she did all the maid work at her hotel.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 5:06 AM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Yeah, the Jimmy was pronouncing like polka dot except dote instead of dot. He said it several times, standing right beside her, so I don't know why she didn't correct him while at commercial. Maybe she was just too polite.



Yeah... That's just about how you pronounce Godot, just a silent T on the end, so me and Jimmy were close there.

I've never seen her perform or just off screen at all. I've only seen a few pictures here and there. Pretty girl. She's probably a just a little timid because this is all new to her now. She'll probably be more assertive now that she's becoming a name all over the world. Hopefully she doesn't let the fame get to her head.

Was that her first appearance on a big show like Kimmel? I had problems doing speeches in front of a class of around 30 in high school. Something like a late night show and I'd be like a deer in headlights.

She had a fairly kick butt character in Fast Furious.
I'd think that the Miss Israel and then Miss Universe contests a dozen years ago when she was 18 would have been bigger appearances than one of the lame Jimmys.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 5:37 AM

6STRINGJOKER


Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
She had a fairly kick butt character in Fast Furious.
I'd think that the Miss Israel and then Miss Universe contests a dozen years ago when she was 18 would have been bigger appearances than one of the lame Jimmys.



The last Fast and Furious movie I saw was the first one. lol. I hear they're pretty good. Maybe I should put them on my watch list.

Jimmy probably doesn't have a huge studio audience, but I'm sure anybody knows that it's going to be watched by millions of people too. I don't think too many people outside of Israel watch Miss Israel. I could be wrong about that.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 8:11 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
She had a fairly kick butt character in Fast Furious.
I'd think that the Miss Israel and then Miss Universe contests a dozen years ago when she was 18 would have been bigger appearances than one of the lame Jimmys.



The last Fast and Furious movie I saw was the first one. lol. I hear they're pretty good. Maybe I should put them on my watch list.

Jimmy probably doesn't have a huge studio audience, but I'm sure anybody knows that it's going to be watched by millions of people too. I don't think too many people outside of Israel watch Miss Israel. I could be wrong about that.

My point was that most of the people she knew at age 18 were in Israel, and they would be watching. Of all the people she knows and cares about their opinion, what percentage are still in Israel, and what percentage are in America?

The first F&F was likely the best. 2 & 3 held up OK. Tokyo Drift jumped the shark. Hard to keep track after that. Gal's first was probably her best exposition of the franchise. I mostly was drawn by Jordana.

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017 8:30 PM

6STRINGJOKER


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
My point was that most of the people she knew at age 18 were in Israel, and they would be watching. Of all the people she knows and cares about their opinion, what percentage are still in Israel, and what percentage are in America?



I dunno. I don't have any problems talking in front of people I know and care about. It's strangers I don't like speaking in front of.


I see you deleted the second part right before I posted....

I don't watch Jimmy Kimmel or any of them. But I'm right about the millions of viewers though.

http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/weekly-ratings/late-night-ratings-jun
e-5-9-2017-jimmy-kimmel-live-rises-to-the-top
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Wednesday, July 19, 2017 5:38 AM

SHINYGOODGUY


I saw two F&F movies; the first one and 7 (the one where Paul Walker had died during filming). The first one was okay, but the 7th was very ridiculous. Only reason I went was because my date wanted to see it. I was kind of a Paul Walker fan, so I was curious how they were going to handle his death in the movie.


SGG


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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
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Originally posted by 6stringJoker:
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Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
She had a fairly kick butt character in Fast Furious.
I'd think that the Miss Israel and then Miss Universe contests a dozen years ago when she was 18 would have been bigger appearances than one of the lame Jimmys.



The last Fast and Furious movie I saw was the first one. lol. I hear they're pretty good. Maybe I should put them on my watch list.

Jimmy probably doesn't have a huge studio audience, but I'm sure anybody knows that it's going to be watched by millions of people too. I don't think too many people outside of Israel watch Miss Israel. I could be wrong about that.

My point was that most of the people she knew at age 18 were in Israel, and they would be watching. Of all the people she knows and cares about their opinion, what percentage are still in Israel, and what percentage are in America?

The first F&F was likely the best. 2 & 3 held up OK. Tokyo Drift jumped the shark. Hard to keep track after that. Gal's first was probably her best exposition of the franchise. I mostly was drawn by Jordana.


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Wednesday, July 19, 2017 12:08 PM

6STRINGJOKER


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Originally posted by SHINYGOODGUY:
I saw two F&F movies; the first one and 7 (the one where Paul Walker had died during filming). The first one was okay, but the 7th was very ridiculous. Only reason I went was because my date wanted to see it. I was kind of a Paul Walker fan, so I was curious how they were going to handle his death in the movie.



I actually thought the first one was pretty great at the time I saw it, and I never had a thing for cars. That was a time in my life when I was still pretty big into movies. Then they made the Tokyo Drift sequel that I wasn't interested in at all and by the time they started making all sorts of crazy sequels to it with the original cast I just really wasn't watching a lot of movies anymore.

lol... now that I think about it... I might end up binge watching all of them at some point. It's practically like a TV show at this point, which is my preferred medium now.

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