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    Default Watching the "Librarian"



    Weather continues to be bad. Wife is 1500Km away at the daughters place. Cooked food. Now re-watching the Librarian movies. 3 movies. Sort of a cross over between Indiana Jones and Warehouse 13.

    Inept Librarian that gets the job done.

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412915/
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Librarian_(franchise)
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    Default Re: Watching the "Librarian"

    Looks like a fun movie.
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    Default Re: Watching the "Librarian"

    3 movies. Turn brain off and chill. Fun stuff.
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    Default Re: Watching the "Librarian"

    My brain's been off for ages lol.
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    Default Re: Watching the "Librarian"

    I love comedies with no moral or ethical messages, just fun to watch. One of my favorites is "Rustlers Rhapsody". It's a spoof on old "B" westerns. Tom Beringer actually sings! Lol! Bill
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