True Lies - 7.5/10 Somehow this used to be one of my favorite action movies. Now it's not nearly as good as I remember. This time around it was hard to get through it somewhat. I guess what I liked the most about it is that it's a mix of comedy and action. The action sequences are very well done too. Maybe seeing "Get Smart" a million times took something away from this movie. They have a lot of similarities. "Get Smart" is actually one of my all time favorite comedies. BTW I really liked Bill Paxton in this one. Mrs. Doubtfire - 7.5/10 Another one I haven't seen in maybe 5+ years. Some scenes are extremely funny, but it seems like they borrowed too many ideas from "Tootsie" (which is far better). I like the part where she comes out of the fridge with frosting or whipped cream all over her face (and it drops into the tea she's making someone). I was thinking how this movie would do if it came out today. With all the political correctness going on, there's got to be a lot of people who'd find this offensive (for whatever reasons). What's funny to is that there is a lot of dialogue in this movie I didn't really even "get" when I first saw it when I was a kid or just overlooked. I'm 39 now and it's hard to believe this came out when I was 13!! The Report - 8/10 Worth watching and felt that it was a lot better than something like "The Post" or many other films about journalists etc. As you know, this one is about an investigation into the secret black sites that the USA kept in order to torture suspected terrorists. I don't want to go into personal opinions, but I was not aware of most of the methods they used as described in this movie. PS I've been watching "Better Call Saul" seasons 1 to 4 again. IMO it's just as good as "Breaking Bad", if not better. Season 3 is a lot slower, slightly less interesting. I think it's missing some of the comedy from the first two seasons (for a good reason). This show would be nowhere near as good without the character of "Chuck" (played by Michael McKean). ALL the characters are good too. I don't think there is a single scene in the series with bad acting by anyone. BTW if you watch "Plains, Trains and Automobiles", Michael McKean has a pretty good small role as a police officer at the end. I saw the movie dozens of times and never noticed he was the same guy! Von Ryan's Express - 9/10 This is another of my all time favorites that I watch every few months. Imagine a POW escape movie, but on a train! Only thing that I don't like about this one is there's some slapstick comedy sort of that feels a little out of place. Not a huge fan of it's soundtrack either. Nothing terrible though. I really liked Frank Sinatra's character (his nickname is "Von Ryan"). BTW too bad the Japanese film "Bullet Train" is so hard to find (with subtitles, not dubbed). Sounds interesting and similar to "Speed". If you can, try to watch "Runaway Train". It's a good classic movie with Jon Voight.