Seen any good movies lately?

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I am dying to see Eighth Grade, which a lot of people are saying is one of the best films about adolescence ever made, if not the best. Have you seen it yet and how did it make you feel? What else has you intrigued, and what did you love?

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    padent
    29 Jul 2018
    7:28pm

    I don’t know if I want to relive the pain of that age.

    I don’t know much about it, and I’ve heard that’s for the best, but I’m interested in “Sorry to Bother You.”

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    Delia
    30 Jul 2018
    12:20am

    Honestly, the Mister Rogers doc, Won’t You be My Neighbor. It’s everything everyone’s is saying – funny, thought-provoking, and moving as hell. Highly recommend it.

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      Madtam
      31 Jul 2018
      12:31pm

      Second the recommendation for the Mister Rogers documentary. So incredible and well done.

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    Alexa
    30 Jul 2018
    12:31am

    It’s not a new-new movie, but The Florida Project has really stayed with me.

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    mlound
    30 Jul 2018
    1:48am

    i saw “sorry to bother you” this weekend and it was awesome!

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    kittenfire
    30 Jul 2018
    3:49am

    I loved it. I think you’ll love it, too. Also loved Florida Project, and Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, to echo comments in this thread.

    I just saw Three Identical Strangers and it was pretty powerful.

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    Caroline
    30 Jul 2018
    12:17pm

    I’m dying to see eighth grade as well! My daughter is in fact going into eight grade this year and it’ll kinda blow her mind..

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    Mamavalveeta03
    31 Jul 2018
    6:11am

    “Won’t you be my neighbor?” on DeDe’s recommendation. “8th grade” is on the top of my list, but I fear reliving some of the horrors of growing up. “3 Identical Strangers” (What’s with actual GOOD movies during the summer!?!)

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    fraudfighter
    31 Jul 2018
    3:15pm

    Three Identical Strangers is really good. I want to see Eighth Grade. The new Mission Impossible movie was fun, as was Ocean’s 8

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