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It is great but have you seen the original version L.A. Takedown (Written and made by Mann). It was a TV movie but I actually prefer it to the remake. Both are great in their own way though.Heat (1994)
Snap and agreedCaptain America: Winter Soldier. It was surprisingly good.
Classic. I used to have this on VHS years ago and watched it a great many times. Steven King on the writing duties and featuring a very young Drew Barrymore :yesFirestarter 
Pretty fun and solid. Really? The secondary characters actions make absolutely no sense, his actions are utterly without reason or explanation.Colossal - I liked this. It's a pretty fun film -- not a revelation by any means, but solid. I rented Nacho Vigalondo's three previous films (Timecrimes, Extraterrestrial and Open Windows) prior to going, and all of them fall into the totally inconsequential/marginally sucky range. Colossal is much better. Without revealing too much, Vigalondo mentioned in an interview that the film has aspects of his own life, and you can tell that he was an alcoholic himself or knew someone who was.
This easily in my top 5 movies that I've seen the most times in my life. But never on the big screen. I'm a bit jealous. Glad you got see to see it like that.Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) [Theater]
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Seen it many times, but never at the movies, it was somewhat surreal to see it this way, but nonetheless enjoyable. Classic high school comedy with great casting and pacing. Fantastic script with many memorable quotes, and plenty of 4th wall breaking. Will always be one of my favorites.
I'd like to but my healths not great at the moment and sadly the covid numbers are going back up currently, they are predicting a big surge in numbers in the next month or so. Maybe later in the year.The best part was possibly the post-credit scene where he says "it's over, go home" , and this time I would have to go home, haha. Seems like re-running classic movies is a world wide thing then They had Back To The Future and The Exorcist as future showings. Are you going to go to any?