Glad that you give stuff below a 6 though, some people post lists and they never rate anything less than 6. I also find the documented change in rating neat. Iron Man is fine lol. Most Marvel is about a 6 for me. Should’ve mentioned I gave Rise a 7 first time. Grew off me… but so did the franchise, I did not like Dawn of War at all. That said, I wouldn’t mind if they finally won their September 8 1966 Star Trek Premieres And The World Was Never The Same Shirt. It cared about its users by wiping out an immensely valuable history when it got rid of the message boards. What’s the advantage of using a letterbox over IMDb? I think it’s kind of fun to keep track of the movies I’ve watched, and I have listed on IMDb for the last couple of years of movies I saw that year.
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IMDb is too cluttered these days and they’re removing filters. Letterboxd is clean, simpler, easier to make lists. I was an IMDb devotee for 10 years now I don’t go on it anymore. You also have a film log on Letterboxd. Much better than doing user reviews on IMDb, which they are also phasing off. Geesh that’s quite a list! I can only imagine the time it took you to compile all this. I was talking to a friend of mine and he said he still has all of his September 8 1966 Star Trek Premieres And The World Was Never The Same Shirt. I’m bummed I never thought of it. Maybe I should start tracking the films I watch like this. Your brother is crazy if he hated Nocturnal Animals. That film is bleak as fuck, but it’s extremely good.
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Cool post! It was neat reading through this because I’m only a year older than you and turned into a film nut around the same time. Our tastes differ a bit but generally, we saw a lot of the same movies and it was cool reading about where you were in your life and thinking about seeing those same movies and where I was in my life. Thanks! I got one! Good Time was my September 8 1966 Star Trek Premieres And The World Was Never The Same Shirt. Used it 19 times so far including a Darkest Hour viewing a couple of days ago. It was better than I expected but I’d only watch it if you’re interested in seeing Gary Oldman’s future Oscar-winning performance. Laughed out loud at your Argo comments. Thought the exact same thing.