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Plus, in my opinion, the film that one best picture wasn’t even that great.

Can’t wait for Captain Marvel
 
I'm really looking forward to CM. I know GOTG has aliens but we're finally getting a good look at the two biggies in the Kree and Skrulls. I'll be taking a day off the week after release to see it.
 

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Disney has bought out some cinemas to show nothing bit that shitty looking Captain Marvel movie on some days in March. Can't wait for all this superhero shit to end.
90's is easily the best era for movies. There's so much crap in the cinemas these days and the cherry on top is all the superhero ones.
 
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90's is easily the best era for movies. There's so much crap in the cinemas these days and the cherry on top is all the superhero ones.
The 90s??

There’s a reason the 1930s-50s was called the Golden Age of cinema.

The 90s had some masterpieces, no more (possibly less) than most other eras.
 
Do you guys think Deep Impact or Armageddon is better?
Armageddon is the correct answer, primarily because of Steve Buscemi, Michael Clarke Duncan, Ken Hudson Campbell & Owen Wilson. Great supporting cast.

Although, on the flip side, I'm a fan of anything that James Cromwell is in, he's such an underrated actor.
 
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The 90s??

There’s a reason the 1930s-50s was called the Golden Age of cinema.

The 90s had some masterpieces, no more (possibly less) than most other eras.
90's masterpieces> any other era's masterpieces.
 
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Good to throw those sorts of questions out there:

Batman v Superman or Captain America: Civil War?
 
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