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Old 02-20-2021, 08:16 PM
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Saw it last night on Hulu and it just blew me away. Frances McDormand. If you are interested in a low key, beautiful, thought provoking movie I highly recommend it. It’s not overly political but really makes you consider how so many of our fellow Americans struggle to get by. One of those movies I just can’t stop thinking about. Check it out.

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Old 02-20-2021, 08:38 PM
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Watched it with the wife last night. Low key movie, but fantastic. Frances Mcdormand is a national treasure.

I highly recommend this directors previous film, “The Rider”. Heartbreaking movie about modern day cowboy life.
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Watched it with the wife last night. Low key movie, but fantastic. Frances Mcdormand is a national treasure.

I highly recommend this directors previous film, “The Rider”. Heartbreaking movie about modern day cowboy life.
Can confirm, The Rider was spot on. Reminds me of the movies they made in the 70's.
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I also watched and enjoyed Nomadland. It had a realism about it that was very impressive.
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Just finished Nomadland with the wife after reading this post. We both enjoyed. I’m not sure I ever really read this section of the board and forgot it existed. Thanks for the recommendation.
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God did this movie suck.

Boring, depressing, went nowhere.

A poor man's Into the Wild if you ask me. Or I should say an Old Woman's.
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