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Remembering Gene Wilder with Blazing Saddles

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Eh. Out of 11 pages of movie options, I saw maybe 5 that would be worth it. The rest ? A bunch of B or C movies.
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Quote from TheBookFan View Post :
Eh. Out of 11 pages of movie options, I saw maybe 5 that would be worth it. The rest ? A bunch of B or C movies.
I couldn't find even 5 worth renting in a quick perusal. Care to share which 5 are worthwhile? I might rent Barbershop the Next Cut, but the majority of these seem to be Disney live action films from the last 20 years I've never heard of that you'd expect to see on The Disney Channel. I don't know about other people, but the few recent Disney live action movies I've seen pale in comparison to the ones from 50's through 70's, especially the ones with Dean Jones, Haley Mills, or Kurt Russell.
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A lot of made for TV kids movies in there, but there are some good movies mixed in, especially from 1990 and earlier.
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Good post. Just ordered something with slow shipping so I should be getting $1 credit just in time.
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I couldn't find even 5 worth renting in a quick perusal. Care to share which 5 are worthwhile? I might rent Barbershop the Next Cut, but the majority of these seem to be Disney live action films from the last 20 years I've never heard of that you'd expect to see on The Disney Channel. I don't know about other people, but the few recent Disney live action movies I've seen pale in comparison to the ones from 50's through 70's, especially the ones with Dean Jones, Haley Mills, or Kurt Russell.
Joe Vs the Volcano, Gran Torino... basically this entire list EXCEPT barbershop...
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Remembering Gene Wilder with Blazing Saddles
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Worlds Fastest Indian would make a good rental
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Bone Tomahawk. Check it out.
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Many of these have been on Prime in the past. Most of the rest should be on Prime (and likely will be at some point -- happens often with $.99 Amazon rentals.

Maybe worth a couple of the classics if you haven't seen them (Blazing Saddles, Seven) but mostly this is a bust.
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I couldn't find even 5 worth renting in a quick perusal. Care to share which 5 are worthwhile? I might rent Barbershop the Next Cut, but the majority of these seem to be Disney live action films from the last 20 years I've never heard of that you'd expect to see on The Disney Channel. I don't know about other people, but the few recent Disney live action movies I've seen pale in comparison to the ones from 50's through 70's, especially the ones with Dean Jones, Haley Mills, or Kurt Russell.
Meh, too much hassle to wade through the crap just to get the unpolished gems.
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Meh, too much hassle to wade through the crap just to get the unpolished gems.
Just to page through a dozen pages and look at the titles is about 1-2 minutes, but if you were to read the reviews it would take too long. Typically my method for renting stuff is I have to have heard something positive about it in the past before I will even open up the page to look at the reviews, so all these Disney made-for-TV quality movies I've never heard of don't make the cut unless someone recommends them.

Only a few on the list jumped out as possibilities I've heard of. The rest seems to be mediocre stuff. It's too bad when Amazon finally has a lot of 99 cent rentals (besides the usual documentary crap) they are mostly blah titles.
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Joe Vs the Volcano, Gran Torino... basically this entire list EXCEPT barbershop...
And Trouble with the Curve. Yes, those are good movies, but so old I already own them all. Barbershop the Next Cut is solely because it's one of the few I haven't seen that I've heard of before, probably due to Ice Cube.
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