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    Looks like a goody

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    This was a good one. I watched it on Netflix recently.

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    I want to see the Mule. I saw the Dawn Wall as well as Honnold's movie Free Solo, both excellent. The trailer for Vice, about Dick Cheney, looks so good it might be one of those movies- great trailer/bad movie. Don't ya hate it when that happens?

    Saw an awesome movie on NYE, Green Book, with Viggo. I give it a 9.4/10. Go see! Viggo was great in A History of Violence and GI Jane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by No_Bivy View Post
    rented the Dawn Wall.......pretty awesome footage of Tommy Caldwell freeing it. I never new he pushed his captor in Krystgystan off a cliff....No Soloing on this one. 20 day push to the top...
    I saw that in theater, great show. Kevin and I were acquaintances once upon a time, our mothers grew up together.
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    Vice was good Cory. Unsettling but good.

    I haven't been too worked up by...."We never found any weapons of mass destruction", partially because I can't do anything about it and partially because we sold the mustard gas, someone sold them atomic material and Israel went in and bombed for that years ago etc. But to see it all laid out step by step....it was unsettling for me.

    Watch the finishing segment in the credits - a lot of people leaving the theater missed it.

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    Anybody see 'Green Book'?. I liked it very much.

    I see Free Solo won an Oscar tonite, cool stuff. Alex Honnold: possibly the world's most unassuming/humble person.
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    It was good!

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    Alex Honnold might be the world's most humble person... i don't know how he can even walk with balls that big, let alone climb!!! Seriously tho, what an athlete.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtB5KmrdMtY. this looks like it will be a great movie and important one as well. A topic that is totally lost in the conversation when people are just looking at a map. Beautiful country we live in.

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    Beautiful indeed.

    I drove the entire length of the Rio Grand once.

    I like the Colorado River better for scenery, though.
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