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Barbie was best picture, no doubt about it. Fun, smart, made a billion dollars. Singing and dancing. This is what movie dreams are made of.

Oppenheimer was good but had obvious weaknesses (corny dialogue).

Flower Moon: too long, let's face it. Yes that's enough to disqualify from Best Pic.

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I love Paul Giamatti (especially in Sideways). He managed to make me empathize with, almost like, Chuck Rhodes in the first season or two of Billions, long before Chuck got his redemption arc.

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All references to mineshaft gaps are to be commended.

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Whether it was the best decision ever is totally dependent on whether you care about WWE, which I don’t

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Netflix is evolving to be more like a cable TV channel and based on recent reporting that suggests an executive there is preparing subscribers for more price hikes this year, it may be time to tap out.

There isn't a lot of stuff that that is quality. Most of the library shows and movies they have I already have access via other services and physical media that I own (and still collect).

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