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The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes was a live action Kurt Russell movie.
I know this - I forgot this was about animated movies.

Although the opening title sequence was animated, so... LOOPHOLE!
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
9. Jordan Peele's Song of the South
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
9. Jordan Peele's Song of the South
10. Mario Bava's The Mad Doctor
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
9. Jordan Peele's Song of the South
10. Mario Bava's The Mad Doctor
11. Darren Aronofsky's Fantasia
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
9. Jordan Peele's Song of the South
10. Mario Bava's The Mad Doctor
11. Darren Aronofsky's Fantasia
12. The Soska sisters' Frozen
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13 animated Disney movies you'd like to see a horror director remake

1. Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast
2. Ari Aster's Pinocchio
3. Lucile Hadzihalilovic's Sleeping Beauty
4. Panos Cosmatos' Bedknobs and Broomsticks
5. Neil Jordan's The Hunchback of Notre Dame
6. David Cronenberg's The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
7. Sam Raimi's The Lion King
8. Peter Jackson's The Black Cauldron
9. Jordan Peele's Song of the South
10. Mario Bava's The Mad Doctor
11. Darren Aronofsky's Fantasia
12. The Soska sisters' Frozen
13. Wes Craven's Cinderella

13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

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3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
8. Julianne Moore in Safe
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
8. Julianne Moore in Safe
9. Pam Grier in Jackie Brown
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
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9. Pam Grier in Jackie Brown
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
8. Julianne Moore in Safe
9. Pam Grier in Jackie Brown
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
8. Julianne Moore in Safe
9. Pam Grier in Jackie Brown
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13 Great Female Performances From The 90's

1. Jodie Foster in Silence Of The Lambs
2. Juliette Binoche in Blue
3. Elizabeth Pena in Lone Star
4. Frances McDormand in Fargo
5. Kathy Bates in Misery
6. Julianne Moore in The Big Lebowski
7. Holly Hunter in The Piano
8. Julianne Moore in Safe
9. Pam Grier in Jackie Brown
10. Heather Matarazzo in Welcome to the Dollhouse
11. Franka Potente in Run Lola Run
12. Anjelica Huston in The Grifters
13. Elizabeth Berkley in Showgirls

13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

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2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

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2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
8. Wall Street
9. Prophecy (1979)
10. Krampus
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
8. Wall Street
9. Prophecy (1979)
10. Krampus
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
8. Wall Street
9. Prophecy (1979)
10. Krampus
11. Amityville 3D
12. Twilight Saga: New Moon
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13 films you find a lot of things unintentionally funny

1. Tombstone
2. The Dark Knight
3. Outbreak
4. It: Chapter 2
5. Manos: Hands of Fate
6. Rumble in the Bronx
7. The Last Broadcast
8. Wall Street
9. Prophecy (1979)
10. Krampus
11. Amityville 3D
12. Twilight Saga: New Moon
13. Oldboy (2013)

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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
9. The Shawshank Redemption - the final scene
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Thief wrote:
Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:35 pm
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
In a trilogy full of powerful and emotional moments this one surprisingly didn't do much for me. My choice might be the "I would have followed you. My brother, my captain, my king" scene or Gandalf's "All turns to silver glass" speech. I just went and found the latter on youtube and damned if I didn't get a little verklempt.
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
9. The Shawshank Redemption - the final scene
10. Requiem for a Dream - Ellen Burstyn's friends sobbing on the bench
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13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
9. The Shawshank Redemption - the final scene
10. Requiem for a Dream - Ellen Burstyn's friends sobbing on the bench
11. The Last Picture Show - Sam's monologue:
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Sat Feb 08, 2020 1:55 pm

13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
9. The Shawshank Redemption - the final scene
10. Requiem for a Dream - Ellen Burstyn's friends sobbing on the bench
11. The Last Picture Show - Sam's monologue:
12. Avengers: Infinity War - "I don't wanna go"
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Torgo » Sat Feb 08, 2020 2:18 pm

13 films (and the scenes, if one in particular) that bring tears to your eyes

1. Field of Dreams - "Dad? Wanna have a catch?"
2. Marriage Story - "I’ll never stop loving him, even though it doesn’t make sense anymore"
3. It's a Wonderful Life - "A toast to my big brother George, the richest man in town."
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon - "I want to tell you with my remaining breath that I love you. I always have."
5. Gravity -
Clooney's character cuts himself loose
6. Inside Moves -
Jerry returns to the bar and invites his friends to his first basketball game
7. The Elephant Man - "...perhaps <my mother> could love me as I am. I've tried so hard to be good."
8. LOTR: Return of the King - "My friends, you bow to no one."
9. The Shawshank Redemption - the final scene
10. Requiem for a Dream - Ellen Burstyn's friends sobbing on the bench
11. The Last Picture Show - Sam's monologue:
12. Avengers: Infinity War - "I don't wanna go"
13. E.T. - "I'll be right here"

13 memorable scenes from 2019 movies

1. Parasite - The "TB" montage
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Popcorn Reviews » Sat Feb 08, 2020 4:55 pm

13 memorable scenes from 2019 movies

1. Parasite - The "TB" montage
2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - The visit to Spahn's ranch
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Sat Feb 08, 2020 6:06 pm

13 memorable scenes from 2019 movies

1. Parasite - The "TB" montage
2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - The visit to Spahn's ranch
3. John Wick 3 - Knife fight in the weapons room
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Popcorn Reviews » Sat Feb 08, 2020 6:10 pm

13 memorable scenes from 2019 movies

1. Parasite - The "TB" montage
2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - The visit to Spahn's ranch
3. John Wick 3 - Knife fight in the weapons room
4. The Lighthouse - Dafoe's curse
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Death Proof » Sat Feb 08, 2020 8:20 pm

13 memorable scenes from 2019 movies

1. Parasite - The "TB" montage
2. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - The visit to Spahn's ranch
3. John Wick 3 - Knife fight in the weapons room
4. The Lighthouse - Dafoe's curse
5. Godzilla: King of the Monsters - Rodan unleashed
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