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Sunday, January 27, 2019

Movies With 7.0 Stars

All of these movies that I've seen over the last few years get 7.0/10 stars, so they are definitely entertaining and worth watching.

The Wife (

This movie is...fine. Glenn Close does give an excellent performance and she is deserving of her Best Actress Oscar nomination.

The Greatest Showman (

Very entertaining and Hugh Jackman pretty much rules in everything he's in.

I don't understand why this movie is praised by many as the greatest movie of all time. It is good & I liked it, but it pales in comparison to many of the other greats (like The Godfather!).

A decent movie, but the Netflix show is better.

Not as good as the first, but entertaining nonetheless.

Murder on the Orient Express (

I thought this would be better than it was.

Jake Gyllenhaal is great in this true story of a man who had his legs amputated as a result of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013.

I was pleasantly surprised as I heard so much negativity about this movie. I didn't love it and it's VERY far-fetched, but I certainly liked it enough to include it in this list.

Regina Hall is great in this story of a manager at a Hooters-like bar in Texas.

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (

An entertaining, at times goofy, and at times sad movie which is really just a collection of short stories.

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