What's the last movie you watched?

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A week or so ago we watched the first "Hocus Pocus". While the movie overall was middling, the parts with the witches (played by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimi) were hilarious! Worth watching just for those actresses.

Sunday night, we watched 2002's "Two Weeks Notice" with Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant. Sweet, funny, touching, with a bit of slapstick. Bullock is like this generation's Lucille Ball. Love Sandy!
 

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Last night, we watched Lou on Netflix. We enjoyed it. A bit of a different plot and not too predictable. Good acting and set in the beautiful PNW...on Orcas Island in the San Juans. Worth watching!
 

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The new Beavis & Butthead movie (Do the Universe). As someone who watched the show back in the day, it was funny and well done.
 

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We watched the new Elvis movie. We enjoyed it. Good music, acting, actors...what's not to like? I have no idea how close it was to the real story, but it is entertaining.
 

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Prime Video has the 1975 version of “Trilogy of Terror”. I haven't seen it since it originally aired. The last story with that stinking little doll scared the hell out of me. Going to watch it. Hope it's as good as I remember.
 

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We watched Where The Crawdads Sing over the weekend. We enjoyed it. Great scenery, good acting, interesting story...different! If you like Whodunnit's, this is one to watch.
 

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Something subpar. I much prefer binge-watching television shows; you really get into the characters that way.
 

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We just finished watching Top Gun Maverick. If you like Top Gun movies, this is a good one. It is my DH's kind of movie, as he was Navy Air. He was happy to see an F-14 in the movie, even if she was/is old. And, Top Gun was his very first squadron...memories there too!
 

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Tapped into Loverly's Amazon account and watched "The Tender Bar" with Ben Affleck. Himself really liked it. I thought it was OK. It seemed to improve after my little nap in the middle. :whistling Good thing Himself doesn't mind getting me caught up when that happens.
 

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Enola Holmes 2 on Netflix. It's about Sherlock's younger sister and her adventures. We've seen both of the first two and they are good if you like Sherlock Holmes type stuff.
 

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Been watching things all over the place, just recently started a Swedish series called Rebecka Martinsson (police, mystery). With subtitles of course. I'm enjoying it.
Other series I've been watching Chuck, a geek who has downloaded the "intersect" and is America's Top Intelligence Brain. Quite funny, love his fellow workers at "Buy More" electronics store.
Next series is Monk, a genius detective with 'phobic' obsessions. Another funny guy, who you'd most likely strangle if you had to work with him.
Started Enola 2 but too late and fell asleep - Really enjoyed the first one so I will get back to it.
 

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Came home late this afternoon after having a wonderful family Thanksgiving at Glenn's daughter's home with her husband and family.

As normal, we were stuffed like the turkey.

Relaxed a bit and put "The Magic of Belle Isle" in the DVD player. I'm still crying. What a sweet, lovely movie and Morgan Freeman did a stellar performance.

Tissue, tissue, tissue...please.
 
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