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Saw #UncutGems on Christmas Day. Not exactly a Christmas movie, but a heck of a performance from Adam Sandler as a jeweler in NY's Diamond District (who's a heavy better on basketball). I understand the Oscar buzz for him now. Frenetically paced, lots of yelling and cursing throughout. (You won't like it if you're offended by coarse language) But really well edited and packs a heck of a punch ****
#Bombshell -- the inside look at sexual harassment at Fox News is a heck of a good movie. Charlize Theron totally nails Megyn Kelly, proving once again she's one of the best actresses around. John Lithgow as Roger Ailes is unrecognizable but terrific. And although I edited a lot of stories about Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit, and read a lot of court documents, I'm not really sure how much of the movie is actually real, and what's dramatized. Kinda think Megyn's role is a little overplayed, but that doesn't deter from it being a really good film.
Good movie. That's no lie.
#TerminatorDarkFate had me worried for the first half-hour, thinking, "Oh, no. It's the same thing we've seen before." But then #LindaHamilton and #ArnoldSchwarzenegger came to the rescue and saved the film. Really fun, despite James Camero's bleak future outlook. The timelines are kinda messed up, but the look at the US-Mexico border was topical. And Linda Hamilton still kicks ass. ****
Real Simple. Bruce, Patti and a string orchestra perform the new album in an old barn, with Bruce providing liner notes in between songs. Simple, and really good. Album is reminiscent of #Nebraska.