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Most important:  Wonder Woman  -  decades late bootup for the sure to be franchise.  Good casting,
great back story.
 
Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.
 
Dumbest "smart" people:  Life.  They even joke about SciFi tropes and they still bring the thing
onboard.  
 
Most unneeded:  Spiderboy Homecoming.  Pathetic villain and uninteresting   secondary characters. 
Marvel should have done a teamup of the previous Spiderman with Dr. Strange.
 
Most unimportant:  Star Wars: the whatever.  The first trilogy have never left my top five movies
ever, but now Star Wars is just a marketing platform for Disney
 
Best surprise:  The Red Turtle -  who needs dialog 

	
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On Sunday, 31 December 2017 16:03:56 UTC-5, T987654321  wrote:
> Most important:  Wonder Woman  -  decades late bootup for the sure to be franchise.  Good casting,
great back story.

Horribly overrated.
>  
> Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.

Terrible movie.  
>  
> Dumbest "smart" people:  Life.  They even joke about SciFi tropes and they still bring the thing
onboard.  

didn't see it.
>  
> Most unneeded:  Spiderboy Homecoming.  Pathetic villain and uninteresting   secondary characters. 
Marvel should have done a teamup of the previous Spiderman with Dr. Strange.

didn't see it.
>  
> Most unimportant:  Star Wars: the whatever.  The first trilogy have never left my top five movies
ever, but now Star Wars is just a marketing platform for Disney

Hate the entire series.

> Best surprise:  The Red Turtle -  who needs dialog

Never saw it.  Never will. 

	
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> Most important:  Wonder Woman  -  decades late bootup for the sure to be franchise.  Good casting,
great back story.

Never noticed it's 'importance' when I watched it.  They managed to cast 
Wonder Woman well, that was important, otherwise it might not have worked.

>   
> Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.

That was 2017?  Seems longer ago.

>   
> Dumbest "smart" people:  Life.  They even joke about SciFi tropes and they still bring the thing
onboard.
>   
> Most unneeded:  Spiderboy Homecoming.  Pathetic villain and uninteresting   secondary characters. 
Marvel should have done a teamup of the previous Spiderman with Dr. Strange.
>   
> Most unimportant:  Star Wars: the whatever.  The first trilogy have never left my top five movies
ever, but now Star Wars is just a marketing platform for Disney
>   
> Best surprise:  The Red Turtle -  who needs dialog
> 

	
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> Most important:  Wonder Woman  -  decades late bootup for the sure to be franchise.  Good casting,
great back story.

Who'da thought Wonder Woman would upstage both Batman and Superman?

  
> Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.

Released on June 24, 2016, according to IMDB.  I caught in on cable and thought it was horrible. 
Other than the special effects, I wasn't that impressed with the original ID4, either.  I saw ID4 at
the theater when it came out and the only thing I remember about it was when we were walking out of
the darkened theater after the movie, some guy ahead of me said, "It was worth paying five bucks to
see the White House get blown up."


>  
> Dumbest "smart" people:  Life.  They even joke about SciFi tropes and they still bring the thing
onboard.

I don't disagree with this one.
  
>  
> Most unneeded:  Spiderboy Homecoming.  Pathetic villain and uninteresting   secondary characters. 
Marvel should have done a teamup of the previous Spiderman with Dr. Strange.

I'm not a comic book reader but like the comic book movies, and thought Dr. Strange was really good,
and think Spidey would have ruined it.  Haven't seen the new Spiderman, I thought he was pretty good
in the Captain America movie and I like that they finally got a teenager to play the role.

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> Most unimportant:  Star Wars: the whatever.  The first trilogy have never left my top five movies
ever, but now Star Wars is just a marketing platform for Disney

Haven't seen it yet, will probably see it next week.

>  
> Best surprise:  The Red Turtle -  who needs dialog

Best sequel movie of the year - War for the Planet of the Apes - To this point, there have only been
two movie trilogies where I thought all three movies were truly outstanding - the original Star Wars
Trilogy (Episodes 4-6) and Lord of the Rings.  I think I can add the new Planet of the Apes trilogy
to the list.  The movies were all well done, great action sequences, and the story pretty much fell
in line with the original canon established in the original movies, TV series, comics and books
without going way off the rails.  Outstanding work by Andy Serkis as Caesar. 

	
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> > Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.
> 
> Released on June 24, 2016, according to IMDB.  I caught in on cable and thought it was horrible. 
Other than the special effects, I wasn't that impressed with the original ID4, either.  I saw ID4 at
the theater when it came out and the only thing I remember about it was when we were walking out of
the darkened theater after the movie, some guy ahead of me said, "It was worth paying five bucks to
see the White House get blown up."
 

My bad, don't know why I included it, probably because I only saw it on BluRay this year.  That
probably makes Spiderman Homecoming the winner  in two categories. 

	
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Most self-indulgent mess of a movie of the year: Mother!
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On Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 1:03:56 PM UTC-8, T987654321 wrote:
> Most important:  Wonder Woman  -  decades late bootup for the sure to be franchise.  Good casting,
great back story.
>  
> Most disappointing:  Independence Day sequel.  Took to long to come out, and was a general mess.
(oops, saw it in '17)
>  
> Dumbest "smart" people:  Life.  They even joke about SciFi tropes and they still bring the thing
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>  
> Most unneeded:  Spiderboy Homecoming.  Pathetic villain and uninteresting   secondary characters. 
Marvel should have done a teamup of the previous Spiderman with Dr. Strange.
>  
> Most unimportant:  Star Wars: the whatever.  The first trilogy have never left my top five movies
ever, but now Star Wars is just a marketing platform for Disney
>  
> Best surprise:  The Red Turtle -  who needs dialog


Best popcorn:  Kong Skull Island.  Most everything you want in a giant monster flick with a minimum
of what you don't.  Hope it made enough money for what was teased at the very end to happen. 

	
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I don't go to movie theaters anymore so I can only judge movies based on their disk or steam
release.  So I haven't seen Star Wars:  the whatever yet, but I doubt I'm wrong about it. 

	
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The 2017 film that people will still be watching and talking about in 50 years is:

Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049. 

	
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> Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049.

Haven't seen either, but Dunkirk looks like it wins the "NAZIs are evil" annual award. 

	
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> Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049.

haven't seen it, but Medvid's review made it sound good 

	
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> On Monday, January 1, 2018 at 1:24:58 PM UTC-8, Michael OConnor wrote:
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> > Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049.
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> 

Arg, double post. 

	
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Dunkirk was a disappointment. 

	
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> On 2/01/2018 8:24 AM, Michael OConnor wrote:
>> The 2017 film that people will still be watching and talking about in 50 years is:
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>> Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049.
>> 
> 
> Dunkirk was a disappointment.

So was BR 2049. They re-captured most of the atmospherics but the plot was
far more complicated than the original. And Mr Practical Pedant would like
to know; What did the population of LA eat?



alvey 

	
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> On Tue, 2 Jan 2018 16:58:09 +1100, hector wrote:
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>> On 2/01/2018 8:24 AM, Michael OConnor wrote:
>>> The 2017 film that people will still be watching and talking about in 50 years is:
>>>
>>> Hard to say, my guess is either Dunkirk, or Blade Runner 2049.
>>>
>>
>> Dunkirk was a disappointment.
> 
> So was BR 2049. They re-captured most of the atmospherics but the plot was
> far more complicated than the original. And Mr Practical Pedant would like
> to know; What did the population of LA eat?
> 
> 
> 
> alvey
> 
soylent green?