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The Mountain Between Us
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

It's the snowy mountain equivalent of "Castaway" starring Kate Winslet as professional photographer Alex Martin, and Idris Elba as neorosurgeon Ben Bass as they express themselves as the movie is progressing. Maybe I was watching a different movie since I do not recall it was supposed to be a romantic film while there was people attempting to survive.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
14 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Part 3 centers on the repicussions after some people have helped John Wick 2 with the character himself attempting to make things right while assassins are soughting him left and right after a 14 million bounty is posted. It plays homage to "The Good The Bad And the Ugly", "Hardboiled" and "The Villainous" to name a few. The first movie is still the best though with this one coming to a close second.

Nan er ben se (Invisible Target)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Centers on 5 sophisticated bank robbers soughting to retrieve their money with Wu jing leading the pack.

Class
Class (1983)
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Jonathan Ogner (Andrew McCarthy) is a freshman for an ivy prep school, and immediately becomes Skip(rob Lowe)roommate. Unbeknownst that the woman his new roommate had finally scored with happens to be Skip's mother, Ellen( Jacqueline Bisset )

Stephen King's 'Cat's Eye'
15 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Three different stories with the only thing that they all have in common is that they all involved a cat. The first one has chain smoker, Dick Morrison (James Woods) entering into a clinic to get him to stop him from smoking unbeknownst they would be monitoring him at all times with extreme consequences; the second story centers on an eccentric millionaire, Cressner Kenneth McMillan) who loves to gamble forcing his wife's lover, Johnny (Robert Hays) to walk on a ledge; and the the third story has a very young Drew Barrymore attempting to convince her parents that an unexpected visitor or troll is living somewhere in her room with her pet cat the only thing who will protect her.