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    Don't worry. Driving Miss Daisy won best picture that year. Do The Right Thing wasn't even nominated. There isn't a better example of the Academy being out of touch than this.
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    this is what i thought they were doing the whole time. sometimes fake is fun - a haiku
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    Adam Conover is helpless against the boys and their ruinsing -a haiku
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    hollywood handbook and adam pally record a few real nice bump's -a haiku
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    I'll say this: if we're looking for movies that explore the African-American experience in America and how white racism and police violence figures into it . . . then Do the Right Thing should be WAY higher on the list than In the Heat of the Night.
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    That was the original list, done in 1998. There was an updated version in 2007, which is what Paul and Amy are using. https://www.afi.com/100years/movies10.aspx Guess Who's Coming to Dinner was dropped from the new list, and In the Heat of the Night added. So in each case there are three films from 1967. For film years, I think 1976 is the winner. Four Best Picture nominees made the list: Taxi Driver, Rocky (the winner), Network, and All the President's Men.
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    Hey ya'll1st time, long time. What's the deal with GOJIRA RECORDS? are the boyzzz super into metal? Because that would be super cool if they were! Do they know that GOJIRA means Godzilla and that's Monster like a skellington but lots larger like over 3 skellingtons. Even if you stood them heads on heads. The GOJIRA monster is bigger. Great Shows. Makes me laugh ALL the times. MWah!
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    Here was my issue: According to Letterboxd, I watched this movie for the first time last year. and aside from a vague outline and the famous line, I had forgotten almost everything about it. Granted, I've seen a ton of movies since then, but still, I generally have a good memory for these types of things. If I've seen it (or read it) I can almost always give you - if not beat for beat - a pretty good description of the plot. For this, nothing. "There's a murder in a Southern town and Poitier gets roped into it after being falsely accused" is probably the best I could do. I couldn't have told you who got murdered, why, or who did it. That's not to say that I think the movie isn't fantastic. The performances are top notch and it grabs you as you're watching it, but I don't know...how many times should I have to watch it for it to become memorable? Shouldn't the "best" movies stick with you? Anyway, I dropped my initial Letterboxd star rating from 5 to 4 1/2 stars. Not a lot, but it bothered me I couldn't remember anything about it. That being said, I still think it belongs on the list. I even think it deserves to be pretty high, but "low" high, if you know what I mean
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    Is there no Pro Version forum? I have so many questions about that contract negotiation. The Boys have taken shots at Earwolf before but this seemed genuinely confrontational.
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    Shakespeare's Avengers vs. Shylock, the Wandering Jew!
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    Adam had definitely talked about his job at the toffee shop before, but never to this level of detail, and I'm pretty sure that this was the first appearance of the phrase "Candy Boy".
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    Look, I don’t know codenames, decrypto or your family, but they all sound very nice. Do you know what else sounds very nice? I do. it’s this episode. If anyone hasn’t listened to it, I’d say go ahead and do so.
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