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    With Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 now in theaters, Rotten Tomatoes is taking a look at the career of Star Lord’s father himself, Kurt Russell. Here are his 10 highest rated movies:

    1. Swing Shift—92%
    2. Bone Tomahawk—90%
    3. Escape From New York—85%
    4. Deepwater Horizon—84%
    5. Big Trouble In Little China—82%
    6. The Thing—81%
    7. Miracle—80%
    8. Breakdown—80%
    9. Furious 7—79%
    10. The Hateful Eight—75%

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    Deepwater Horizon is okay, but only an insane critic would have it ahead of Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing and Breakdown. And as much as I love and miss Demme, that number one slot should have gone to one of Russell’s Carpenter movies.

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    Deepwater Horizon is okay, but only an insane critic would have it ahead of Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing and Breakdown. And as much as I love and miss Demme, that number one slot should have gone to one of Russell’s Carpenter movies.

    You mean John Carpenter. Russell Carpenter is the Cinematographer of Titanic.

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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    Deepwater Horizon is okay, but only an insane critic would have it ahead of Big Trouble in Little China, The Thing and Breakdown. And as much as I love and miss Demme, that number one slot should have gone to one of Russell’s Carpenter movies.

    You mean John Carpenter. Russell Carpenter is the Cinematographer of Titanic.

    he meant Russel’s Carpenter movies as in the Carpenter movies that Russel was in, hence his use of the apostrophe.

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    he meant Russel’s Carpenter movies as in the Carpenter movies that Russel was in, hence his use of the apostrophe.

    Thanks

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    Nuts he wasn’t Oscar-nominated for Silkwood!

    OSCAR FLASHBACK: 20 Years of Streep (1995) – The Bridges of Madison County

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    AH! I got confused since Russell Crowe appeared in so many JOHN Carpenter movies. I know too much about movies LOL! Russell Carpenter. Sorry Gus. 😀

    For your Goldderby Film Awards consideration: Isle of Dogs for every category, especially Music Score for Alexandre Desplat!

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