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Bump While Watching by Saruman - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 21:04:44 EST ID:l+jo+vMr No.392687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>BWW

just watched the movie Hausu, it was an epic fever dream of goodness.
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Billie Piper - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 23:38:53 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.392690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687

Watching this show called Legion, i think its like an xman show because of mutants and the title has like the xman symbol.

But its actually pretty alright, upto the fifth episode, it actually quite good.

Also been watching hotel hell, man i fucking love Gordan Ramsey i love kitchen nightmares but never got around to watching hotel hell, he is so ruthless.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 18:44:42 EST ID:+E1xSEzN No.392701 Report Quick Reply
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Finished the final season of Longmire. Overall the season was alright but I don’t know if I really liked the finale even if it wrapped a lot of stuff up neatly and Vic and Walt hooking up was apparently in the books. I always saw Walt more as a father figure to Vic so it was really awkward seeing them hook up. I also felt like the portrayal of the Native American community was kinda mean spirited although the actors for Henry, Jacob and Mathias do a good job on the show.

I also went to a Q&A panel last night with Phil Moore, who used to host Nick Arcade, he’s a really funny dude and had some great stories to tell about hosting the show and working for Nick back in the 90s.
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Jeff Goldblum - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 19:23:54 EST ID:HhlYeayp No.392702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
watched An Open Secret and it was really good. I was expecting it to be pretty heavy but I wasn't expecting it to hit so hard.
Great, ballsy documentary.

Watching Icarus right now.
For it being about doping in sports that i have no interest in, this is a pretty compelling documentary.
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Jeff Goldblum - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 21:44:54 EST ID:HhlYeayp No.392705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392702
Icarus was dope and intense as fuck.
It was not at all what I was expecting and goes super deep. It goes all the way to the top, as they say.
I was expecting this to just be interesting background watching but it was riveting and had me on the edge of my seat. NB dp
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%u30ea%u30e5%u30a6 - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 07:44:23 EST ID:VZZ1hDbf No.392724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>FURY
Nice tanks, nice action but never got into the characters.
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Mickey Smith - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 08:15:36 EST ID:l+jo+vMr No.392726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Inside No 9
This show is weird as hell. Internet people call it a black comedy version of Black Mirror, I can't think of any other way to put it. I just watched s1e2 and it essentially no dialogue yet the whole episode felt highly engaging. Endings of eps seem to get just as fucked up as Black Mirror endings, even when the episode initially appears as nothing sinister.
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Danny DeVito - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 09:37:25 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392726
I don't like that as a description of it but I do like the show.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 18:17:19 EST ID:eL1eJLjL No.392739 Report Quick Reply
>>392726
How’s it compare to Room 104?
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Dave Chappelle - Sat, 06 Jan 2018 19:48:48 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.392750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392724

I seen Fury in cinemas, i kinda liked it, but i totally agree about the characters but i came out of it feeling like it was intentional because of like war and stuff and trying to be realism.
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Hunk - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 12:50:19 EST ID:IBJAbzvX No.392814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Shape Of Water
Horrible, had to turn it off at 45 minutes. A boring disney type plot filled with cliche racist villains who can't stand seeing humans and animals mate.
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Patrick Stewart - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:41:57 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.392816 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392814
The plot is just a simple romance/jailbreak, but it's one of the most pure movies ive ever seen. Also there were only like 2 racists iirc, and it's the 50s so it was more open/common anyway.
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Roman Polanski - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 16:01:11 EST ID:XRHVCi/6 No.392819 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392816
I just miss when paranormal movies weren't also romance movies. It just wasn't my cup of tea at all, I kept hoping del toro's directing would suck me into the narrative but... idk it only served to remind me why i generally avoid arthouse films
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Patton Oswald - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 19:57:20 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.392825 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Last Flag Flying

Pretty good movie but it didn't feel like a linklater flick at all, it definitely had its moments, you could feel his fingerprints on it though and has the usual linklater moments which are always enjoyable.
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Severus Snape - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 21:38:52 EST ID:c8n89GcH No.392829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
12mg of hydromorphone after a week without opiates has me feelin' fiiiiiiiiiiiiine. Put me in the mood for some comedy, so I'm watching Blazing Saddles.

http://variety.com/2018/tv/news/fx-premiere-dates-atlanta-season-2-the-americans-season-6-trust-1202654085/
Atlanta returns March 1st and the final season of The Americans begins March 28th. I think it's a little early to make a thread for the latter, especially since there isn't even a teaser yet, but I haven't been this hyped for a show since the last season of Breaking Bad.
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Severus Snape - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 21:41:35 EST ID:c8n89GcH No.392830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Whoops, forgot to post the Atlanta teaser
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PkPoQaDpbs
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 23:46:21 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.392834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392829
No one really discusses The Americans on here but there will be for Atlanta.
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Monster Carrot - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 05:32:42 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hard Sun
>Plot
I just watched season one of Hard Sun and it started off promising then nothing of consequence happened then it got weirdly campy just so they could sneak in a reference to Herbert West which didn't really make sense except for how it was campy then the mysterious thing it was all building up to (by which I mean the first episode set up then the 4 hours of screentime between the end of E1 and all but the last two minutes of E6 were basically irrelevant filler I mean I get what they were going for illustrating the consequences and dangers of people finding out but it was all so hamfisted and obvious while remaining hard to connect to as the characters and scenarios were so forced) happened and despite them going on about how they have no idea what it could be oh it's so scary it turned out to be exactly and unimaginatively what it obviously was going to be the whole time I mean they made it incredibly obvious the title of the show gives it away for fuck sake anyway but that's why I'm putting the title in spoilers none of this paragraph gives away anything more substantial than that so I'd appreciate not being edited chiggy love you oh there are one or two things that happen that seemed pretty smart I think like a few instances within certain scenes were clever but the way the scenes and plot as a whole were held together was quite amateurish.
>Acting
I have no idea who these people are I mean there's tall working class Anne Hathaway who is sort of sympathetic but otherwise unremarkable then English John Wick I guess it's not like Reeves has much range so why should his British clone but I have no idea who these two actors are then all the minor roles were familiar faces like Zsasz from Gotham, the Japanese girl from Bad Education and fucking Jeff from Coupling are all in there I guess it's nice to see Jeff's still getting work I do miss Jeff and Jing isn't exactly hard on the eyes plus there was that black lady who was definitely better in something else that I can't remember right now but it's not like they were given much opportunity for any actual acting here and as I'll go into shortly the make-up or post-production or something I'm not sure what just made everyone who wasn't old or insane far too good looking to be real people and it was just sort of unreal in a distracting way.
>Cinematography
Everything looked clean and new and shiny and the colours were strongly saturated it just felt wrong for what seemed to be trying to be a gritty drama about urban crime and death and stuff like even a street shown at night after the rain was totally litter free and the wet was spread perfectly evenly across all the surfaces no puddles or anything just unreal but there were some pretty great arty shots of London from weird angles I did appreciate those but they mostly would be better off in a Mirror's Edge movie.
>Intro credit sequence
"Let's just imitate True Detective only don't bother to make it good"
>Conclusion
4/10 There are worse ways to spend your time when you can't get to sleep but do try jerking off first that sometimes helps you would probably be better off if you got some rest.
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Monster Carrot - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 09:38:19 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also whenever I remember seeing it I get Rusted Root, Cruel Sun stuck in my head but just about 4 words from the hook and it's really grating.
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Britta Perry - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 19:43:47 EST ID:2Kc0Xt82 No.392850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392834
is the Americans worth binging?
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David Cronenberg - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 19:47:22 EST ID:K7GHhzax No.392851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392850
I hated season one but then all their fans yell at me that season 2 is where it gets good and that my opinion shouldn't count. But IMO you shouldn't need to sit through a bad season of a show before it gets good.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 20:52:46 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.392852 Report Quick Reply
>>392851
Yes but I have to agree with those fans. Even though I haven’t watched The Americans, it’s the same thing with Halt and Catch Fire. Season 1 is average but it got so much better with Season 2. That reminds me, I still need to watch the final season.
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Dawn Summers - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 21:19:09 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392853 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392851
eh, you shouldn't have to but it's pretty common for it to take a little while for all the characters and for the plot to start working.
I can think of quite a few shows that had really, really bad season 1s but went on to do extremely well.
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David Cronenberg - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 21:37:04 EST ID:K7GHhzax No.392854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392853
I can to so it's hypocritical of me, but these days there's too many shows to be as lenient as in the 90s when Buffy season 1 sucked. People always say "oh but Breaking Bad didn't get epic til season 2", yeah but season 1 didn;t suck, it was still fucking cutting edge TV compared to anything else at the moment, season 2 and beyond just took it to new heights.
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Dawn Summers - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 21:44:02 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392854
Oh yeah I totally feel ya. There are dozens of other shows u could be watching instead of trudging through a weak beginning.
I think we're kinda spoiled with the sheer amount of watchable stuff that's coming out and old stuff to watch.
I haven't seen Americans so I can't say but I have always thought the premise sounds interesting.
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Sarah Michelle Geller - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 21:58:05 EST ID:X10xw8Yf No.392856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just binged Mindhunter. It was great. The fact that it's based off of real events just makes it better.
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Matt Smith - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 22:26:09 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.392857 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392854

Also Buffy was kind of like a procedural show with a linear plot throughout the season, could start midway through season 3 and still get the gist of whats going on pretty quickly. where as you cant do that with lots of shows that are made in the binge era, where everything is season long, so you need that good first season to get people actually involved in your show.

I tried watching the americans, gave up after episode 5 (i think?).
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David Cronenberg - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 10:20:59 EST ID:K7GHhzax No.392869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Inside No 9 s1e3
>Tom & Gerri
Hahahaha holy shit that ending, a double fight club! I had pieced togetehr that the homeless guy was supposed to be imaginarey pretty uchbfrom the get-go so was glad to find I had been strung along and double-twisted with a fake twist as lure
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Robb Stark - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 14:55:17 EST ID:RuuFiBfl No.392876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Currently watching season 3 of Treme. Gotta say this is honestly the season where the whole show has clicked into place for me and I'm really enjoying it. The narrative rhythms and the way the individual stories are rhymed against one another is finally coming together for me. Great stuff from Simon as usual.
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Marty Huggins - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 16:46:02 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392879 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392869
Realised I hadn't seen S3, it's really good.
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Astro Boy - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 16:47:17 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.392880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been watching Inside No. 9
Only seen the first two so far but this show is fucking hilarious.
It's like they know my exact perfect blend of dry and physical comedy, mixed with dark shit. Thank you Britain.

Also thanks to those of y'all that mentioned it hehe. I hadn't heard a peep about it before that.
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Happy Time Harry - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 09:45:21 EST ID:s1mI/tM6 No.392897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fun game for those watching Inside No 9... each episode has a hidden hare, play Wheres Waldo as the episode goes to find them. Watching s1e4, just found it at 11:20. Pic related is from s1e3 for example, in ep 4 its the same statue as this pic
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Heath Ledger - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 15:50:50 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392897
Is it that same little hare statue in every one or is it different?
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Zooey Deschanel - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 17:10:38 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392915 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watching S4E02 and it feels a lot like the characters are talking about the recent League of Gentlemen special, or about LoG in general. It's quite sad.
I'm only ten minutes in so don't have a go if it turns out different.
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Sweet Dee - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 20:36:14 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392927 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Inside No. 9 somehow seems to just keep getting better in different ways every episode I watch.
Also, I finally found my first rabbit statuette. This one was kinda easy though because it was on the screen the entire episode, though it was small
Almost through season 2, I think my favorite is either La Couchette or The Trial. Both of these were literally "a laugh a minute."
I'm really jaded towards tv comedy these days as they're pretty much all cynical, cheap and lazy but this show really has its shit together and the writers have got all aspects of humor in spades.
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Mr. Popo - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 08:33:03 EST ID:HE3ZHYnS No.392941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Inside No 9 s1e5: The Understudy
least fav ep so far. I've never been a fan of actors doing media about acting with their little commentary about how they view their industry. Not sure why, it always annoys me.
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Mr. Popo - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 11:56:44 EST ID:HE3ZHYnS No.392942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392915
I was reading up on the Inside No 9 creators and between League Of Gentlemen and Psychoville, it seems I have a lot of good options for shows to watch when I run out of I#9.
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Larry Clark - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 16:04:16 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.392951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392942
LoG has a special place in my heart but I can't rewatch it because the first series or two have laugh tracks and I can't stand them. Psychoville is eh.
Maybe you'll like them more than I do though.
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Brad Pitt - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 22:05:09 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Binging Inside No. 9 and the main male actor is starting to get a bit annoying for me. It's probably an issue exclusive to binging the show as it's just so much of him over and over, but to his credit he is a pretty dank actor.

Around season 3 I feel like the show has already peaked in season 2. It's still very fun to watch but I haven't had a laugh a minute episode or a geniunely spooky and fun episode this season. Mediocre in comparison.

That being said, I've got a huge soft spot for anthologies, and this is one of the coolest ones I've seen. I'll finish it regardless.
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Joel Coen - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 00:00:47 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.392957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished Hotel Hell. The first and second seasons are an absolute mess, the editing is terrible in most episodes, obvious overdubs that just sound out of place. Im glad the third season cleaned that up a bit and atleast didnt try to make the overdubs seem directed at the people he was talking to at the moment and talked to the audience instead.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 02:20:28 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.392962 Report Quick Reply
>>392955
Yeah I need to check that show out. There’s also a Brazilian series that Cinemax acquired a while back that’s available on Max Go that I’ve been meaning to check out called Motel that might be worth your while.
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Brad Pitt - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 18:08:33 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.392988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Profoundly fucked up and weird movie. 4/5
There were maybe 5 lines in the entire movie that felt real, yet it was still amazing. Everything about the dialogue felt overly formal and unnatural, yet it was extremely intriguing in a surreal way.
The camerawork was phenomenal. Lots of beautiful shots that kinda remind me of Space Odyssey. Some similar musical tone too.

The male teenaged character was probably the only character that felt totally real, and that just goes to show his talent and how well he played his part in this surreal soap opera.
It's tough but I think this was my #2 movie of 2017, even though I just now got to it. Right behind Blade Runner 2049.
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Jack Torrance - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 02:46:10 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Don't feel like making a new thread so I'll just throw this in here: Bryan Fuller (and head writer Michael Green) is out on American Gods. apparently he wanted more money and time for the second season and Starz said no to both, so he bailed and is already attached to the fucking Vampire Chronicles of all things. such a sad development, the first season of American Gods is a masterpiece and one of the most unique and creative things I've seen on TV. reminds of how the showrunner for Ash vs. Evil Dead left after season 2, but that was over creative differences with the other people working on the show, not with Starz. still sucks to see something good get squandered though.

Also read Starz is doing a John Wick series, that better not be why they didn't want to up the budget for American Gods cause who actually cares that much about having a John Wick series without Keanu as the lead?

>>392988
same, that movie is easily one of my favorites from last year. the ending is so infuriating though why didn't he just kill his bitch daughter!?
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Ed Speleers - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:18:37 EST ID:7QCMMxel No.393025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393014
Wow we're never getting the Spartacus spinoff about Rome.
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Punch Sideiron - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:37:47 EST ID:uPZ1x1s+ No.393026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393014
I hated American Gods and love the first three Vampire Chronicle Books, so thanks for the good news. Lestat sounds like a better character for the guy behind Hannibal anyways, and Lestat is already a homo so Fuller won't need to just invent gay subplots this time around.
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Jack Torrance - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 11:31:04 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393026
American Gods was so fucking weird and sexy tho, how can you hate it? Tbh idk anything about the Vampire Chronicles it just makes me think of True Blood and Vampire Diaries, but it does sound like a good fit for Fuller.
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Rusty Cuyler - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 11:32:59 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393025
Why not just watch Rome? It's less retarded than Spartacus.
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Punch Sideiron - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 12:25:25 EST ID:uPZ1x1s+ No.393037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393031
Somehow Hannibal was sexier without ever having sex scenes than American Gods was doing softcore porn. As for Vampire Chronicles, of course they get associated with shit like Twilight these days, but those first three books were true mergers of literary writing and the horror genre. The way characters wax poetic about the nature of evil is like something out of Crime & Punishment. I can see Fuller using their world to make something very close to Hannibal in style. I actually only read the books very recently and was thinking of the Hannibal show the whole time, both are loaded with homoerotic undertones and make you want to drop out of society to become a serial killer with a sexy psycho leader. lol um im not even gay/bi, so these are some books. Too bad lestat or hannibal couldnt be hot chicks but oh well, I can dig the Fight Club 'boys rule, girls drool' attitude
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Genophyte - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 13:22:59 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.393040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393037
First 3 books would be a solid series, once it gets to tale of the body thief then it gets weirder and more obsessive.

It's really a shame that the twilight generation will call the vampire chronicles a rip off of twilight and Vampire Diaries, and Queen of the damned fans will probably Reeee about it not being close to the movies
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Bubbles - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 11:21:24 EST ID:7QCMMxel No.393080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393033
Because they had no money and an over-ambitious structure for a pre-GoT HBO so they had to cut the last four seasons down into one and skip almost literally every single battle.
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Tommen Baratheon - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 14:41:33 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393080
It's still a great first two seasons.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:55:05 EST ID:xadBLRMs No.393096 Report Quick Reply
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Saw Darkest Hour. I thought it was really good as were Gary Oldman and Ben Mendelsohn’s performances. If you’ve seen Dunkirk, this film is a companion piece of that.
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Beavis - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 19:46:57 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393096
I'm hoping for a lot more out of Darkest Hour than that. Dunkirk was super bland.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 20:51:52 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.393099 Report Quick Reply
>>393098
It’s more than just about Winston Churchill’s role in Dunkirk though it plays a part in Darkest Hour, which is why I said it acts as a companion piece to it from the political side.
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Wikus van de Merwe - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:49:31 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.393102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393099
So a more boring Dunkirk?
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Mrs. Doyle - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:11:52 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.393115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393102

Well Dunkirk was about the experience of being on the frontlines of dunkirk where as from what i can gather the darkest hour is about the same situation but on the other side of the pond and mostly a political drama rather than an action movie.
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Nicholas Van Orton - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 01:17:45 EST ID:SRNxHcZG No.393117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The ending left me a sobbing wreck.
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Léon - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:47:19 EST ID:uPZ1x1s+ No.393145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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chiggy mentioned The Mick in another thread, are you guys still watching that? I've been watching weekly and s1 was a lil funnier but its still enjoyable. My biggest complaint for season 2 is that they have toned down the Ben character after religious groups complained about them doing insane shit with his character. Boo, he's boring now. What do you guys think of season 2, or whatever of the show you've seen? I hope jimmy being gone is just temporary, he's hilarious
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Pamela Adlon - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:12:34 EST ID:CAoIbsp1 No.393146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393117
Why is this the only thing I've ever heard about this movie?
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Enola - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:42:07 EST ID:QMD3dEGu No.393147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393145
Huh, i hadnt noticed but yeah Ben hasnt been as crazy this season. It's been great though I loved last weeks where they take acid at school especially. i wouldnt miss Jimmy though, he contributes nothing.

>>393146
Idk why it isn't talked about more, probably cause it's all about not eating meat which triggers a lot of people. It's fantastic though, probably my favorite Netflix movie.
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Joanne Kelly - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 15:05:33 EST ID:374jFlXT No.393155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
>Westworld ep. 9

Mfw I had to keep bracing for these spoiler bombs
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Jack Black - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 17:29:31 EST ID:SUC6ryzI No.393158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393145
I didn't notice the Ben stuff until you pointed it out. I've enjoyed this season tho
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Shark - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:38:17 EST ID:SRNxHcZG No.393181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393147
I don't think it was about not eating meat per se. Mija eats fish and chicken in the movie after all. There's also a subtle joke at the expense of one of the more fanatical ALF members who refuses to eat anything because he thinks all food production is inherently exploitative.

I think it was more intended as a exploration of the ethics of large-scale industrial meat production, and a commentary on the disgusting, inhumane, disrespectful conditions most of our livestock has to suffer through before being slaughtered. It doesn't go so far as to demonize carnivores, but it definitely wants us think a bit harder about where our food comes from, and if we're comfortable with enabling people to profit from animal cruelty. Fantastic film for sure. Bong Joon-ho is probably my second favorite Korean filmmaker behind Park Chan-wook
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Howard Hawks - Tue, 16 Jan 2018 22:42:38 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Split (2016) last night, it was great. I was kind of annoyed that they left it open to a sequel but honestly I would watch a part 2 as long as McCovy came back for it.

Tonight I watched Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Really good movie. I thought it would be more hokey than it was but it turned out to be very grounded. The smart characters were quick and the dumb ones were not, which sounds like commons sense but it was a big part of this film. I liked Woody's part in it a lot especially the letters that he left behind that further colored his character after he offed himself. That and how it was a morally conflicted film that ended on an ambiguous note felt right to me.
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Chief Galen Tyrol - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 20:09:22 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Drive last night.

It was pretty good. More violent than I was expecting. One thing that bugged me was Ryan Gosling's characters smirk for like the first half of the movie. He was acting all mysterious and quiet and has this stupid ass smirk on his face that's really annoying.
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Chief Galen Tyrol - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 02:27:05 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally decided to check out Supernatural, after I've heard people talking about it all the time for years. I figure it's gotta be decent if it's gotten like 12 seasons.
Watched the first couple episodes so far and I'm thinking this could be my cup of tea. It's basically X Files Monster of the Week type shit with a lot of horror tropes on top of that as well.
Not super invested in the characters yet but maybe they'll grow on me.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 13:19:01 EST ID:VisEqRWV No.393265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393250
It gets pretty bad around season 6-8 but if you can power through that, the current season (13) is pretty good. Seasons 1-5 are great as well so you've got a lot of good content there
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Gigi Edgley - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 13:28:41 EST ID:ZXSAZSug No.393266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393250
First season had so much promise, but the moment they had to start giving payoff on the storyline of the missing Dad, everything became the convoluted mess that is season 2 and beyond
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Mordecai - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:09:10 EST ID:4Ji92X3t No.393277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393250

i dont mean to sound like a jerk or whatever but i cant think of another way to phrase it: i just feel like supernatural was made for girls.
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Aeryn Sun - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 18:23:40 EST ID:CAoIbsp1 No.393279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393277
Pretty much everything on The CW is
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Shirley Bennett - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 20:50:53 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393277
Yeah its essentially the x files but with more appeal to girls. It still seems decent though.
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Skandar Keynes - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 21:00:17 EST ID:oNfEleZf No.393282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392955
Which main actor? Reece Shearsmith or Steve Pemberton?

I really like Inside No 9, I like that when you start an episode you have literally no idea what to expect. The problem with it is that it's so concerned with surprising you, the writing pivots around making sure you don't see it coming, so it gets ridiculous at the end and can never really carry any weight. But you enjoy the ride.
Compared to Black Mirror, I like Black Mirror too but once you figure out what an episode's "thing" is, usually way sooner than the show thinks you will, you're just left with a long pretty dreary story that goes nowhere
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Shirley Bennett - Thu, 18 Jan 2018 22:06:15 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393282
Reece Shearsmith

I think it was just because I watched so many episodes in a row, and he's always at the forefront of every episode. It just felt like I was watching him jerk off about how great of an actor he is. Which he is of course a great actor, but still.
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Ned Flanders - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 00:55:16 EST ID:58lwY5/L No.393296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393277
I think it is the fan base around it that makes it seem much worse than it is. Their fan base is horrible but the show itself really isn't that bad.

And yes, a lot of the CW stuff is geared towards teenagers/20 somethings especially women but that isn't the case for all of it and some of the shows are pretty decent. Not great but good for what is out there these days.

I don't see how the show is geared towards women aside from having attractive male leads. There isn't much romance, will they wont they bullshit, sex, or anything like that and certainly not as much as something like Grimm which I fell doesn't have the same stigma.

Maybe that is just my take as a male and someone who just watches the show, doesn't hang out in any of the fan communities which are pretty much just fueled by tumblr tier women, and doesn't really discuss it at all.

Its mostly just a couple bros killing monsters.
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Adrian Veidt - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:35:29 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393315 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Disaster Artist last night, it was great. Probably more laugh out loud moments than any traditional comedy movie that I've watched in awhile.
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Shirley Bennett - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 16:09:50 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393296
I'd say it's not necessarily geared specifically toward women, but it's definitely strongly got the female audience in mind, which is why it has a huge female following.
The two leads are essentially male models, and every women they run into falls in love with one of them essentially. Parts of it are made for women to self insert.
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Kim Kelly - Fri, 19 Jan 2018 23:48:50 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Darkest Hour was only okay. As much as I though Dunkirk was not so great I'd definitely rather watch that than the political side of the story. It was mostly a character study of Churchill which has been done a bunch already. meh
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Hugh Honey - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 02:27:05 EST ID:3nQ9WCgD No.393348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching the Resident Evil movies on IFC. Saw the first one back when it came out and enjoyed it. Not as great as the Romero script sounded, but pretty decent for a video game adaptation. The second one, Apocalypse, is terrible, though. Saw it in the theater with friends and hated it. Watched it again just now and it's still bad, but I'm kind of apathetic to its suckiness. Watching the third one now, Extinction, and it's pretty boring. I can't believe they got Russell Mulcahy (the Highlander guy) to direct it. How bizarre. Also for some reason IFC showed the 5th one but not the 4th one, so I guess I'll have to check if that one's streaming anywhere. This series is pretty crappy but I feel inclined to finish watching it so at least I know it's shit for certain.
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Peter Campbell - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 23:24:00 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Thor: Ragnarok tonight. Pretty enjoyable for what it was. If you've seen the other Marvel movies and liked them you'll be into this one too. Yeah, not sure what else to say, it was alright.
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Troy McClure - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 01:58:55 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393383
>If you've seen the other Marvel movies and liked them you'll be into this one too.
I'm a pretty big MCU fanboy but I hated how comedic Ragnarok was. It really killed the movie for me, and felt out of character for Thor. I think giving that movie to Taika Watiti was a mistake, it should have been even more serious than The Dark World not moved in the complete opposite direction.
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Peter Campbell - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 08:06:37 EST ID:36qWrDag No.393392 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393387
I only watched the first Thor years ago so I don't really know about the character, but I do know Ragnarok was super successful at the box office so general audiences enjoyed it quite a bit which I imagine is all they really care about. The only joke that actually made me laugh was a miscommunication joke between the kiwi rock dude and Thor where he mistakenly implied that his hammer "pulled him off" when he was trying to explain how it helped him fly. Goldblum was funny too, and everyone in it is likable.

Oh and holy shit Blanchett looks fuckin goooood, can't wait for that porn parody. If only I had a hammer of my own...
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Gob Bluth - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 12:18:23 EST ID:CAoIbsp1 No.393397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I rewatched Goon the other day because I learned there was a sequel, I'm almost afraid to watch it now since the first is so solid.
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Troy McClure - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 15:32:01 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393392
yeah it made crazy money and had rave reveiws. but it still bothers me that Thor is supposed to be on a quest to find the infinity stones before Thanos can use them to control pretty much the entire universe (something he was pretty serious about in Avengers 2) has no luck, and along the way watches his dad die, indirectly because of Loki. has his hammer destroyed by Hela, who he later learns is his sister. loses all of his warriors three, which reminds me that Lady Sif was MIA and nobody even mentioned where she was. and finally he brings about Ragnarok to destroy Hela, watching as Asgard is destroyed. and through all of this, neither he nor the movie ever seems to take it that seriously. the director cracking a lame joke during that climax completely killed everything the movie had been building up to.

Also, the big zinger from Thor 2, that Loki has taken Odin's place, was completely thrown aside and pointless because the director didn't want to deal with it. It's just disappointing because this movie was a big deal for Thor and the larger MCU but it just feels like a tryhard joke.
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Troy McClure - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 15:34:18 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393398
I do agree that Goldblum was great though, and Blanchett was awesome. It's too bad they took the usual route of not giving their villain enough screen time then killing them off[%] instead of using her to be the personification of Death that Thanos has the hots for in Infinity War.
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William Shakespeare - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 20:17:38 EST ID:SUC6ryzI No.393410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393250
I'll say more or less what everyone else will say. Starts off strong when it's "Monster of the week" then I guess they just sort of blew all their budget on said monsters. Remember the Wendigo? Full on costume, pretty good too. I knew we were in trouble when a Werewolf showed up, were provided with lore that conveniently requires little in the way of effects and make up. Then Angels and Demons show up. To many shows ramp up the scope of things without actually ramping up anything else. Show starts as two brothers who are monster hunters on the road. There are many others in America and presumably many others in the world, cool.... except these ones are really really important and will determine the fate of humanity, in fights that are essentially powering up in Dragon Ball Z without any actual fight happening. Pic related, Supernaturals idea of an epic battle.
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Number Six - Sun, 21 Jan 2018 23:53:09 EST ID:0nBTamY7 No.393413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Happy!
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Jayne Cobb - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 05:46:17 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally got around to watching Get Out. Pretty dope movie, fun ride, would watch an other Peele movie. 8/10

Halfway through I thought that it felt a lot like an episode of Black Mirror, then I realized Chris is the same dude from 50 million merits. Great casting choice. The whole story was really well done and pretty creative.
I kinda got spoiled because I heard that it is sci fi (technically) but that didn't take away from the movie for me at all. If anything it added a little bit because I was constantly trying to figure out what the sci fi twist was gonna be.
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Jenny Agutter - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 07:12:56 EST ID:ZXSAZSug No.393425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Shameless went hard as fuck this week. One complaint this season is I think the Church Of Gay Jesus storyline is boring and stupid. I mean, I agree that God likes gay people, it's just a lame plot.
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Gaius Baltar - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 16:48:27 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.393438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393425
This season has been weak as hell. Glad something finally happened. Lip's story has been the only good one this season and they threw it away by switching focus to his ex. Completely ignoring all the shit with his mentor dying. That was a total shock last week.
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Duncan MacLeod - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 17:46:39 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.393442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393413
It's my favorite new show this year and it hasn't even been a month
Shame there's only two episodes left :(
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William Shakespeare - Mon, 22 Jan 2018 18:41:25 EST ID:SUC6ryzI No.393444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393413
This looked like it could fun camp or hot garbage. Good to hear people are enjoying it.
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Jon Pertwee - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 13:41:24 EST ID:qwlz/Wqe No.393463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393420
Keanu is actually pretty good.
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Ubsassa Dildo - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 14:16:34 EST ID:JYGLb3bG No.393466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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still loving this intro to death!
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Harvey Birdman - Tue, 23 Jan 2018 17:08:29 EST ID:XvpMW2DF No.393468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Why many current tv shows are portraying gays like a hero characters?
I mean they're trying way too hard to make them to look cool, like being gay is a good thing, but how can be the one who's sucking dick and taking from behind be a cool?
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Larette Spang - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 07:50:42 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393485 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Inside No.9 S4E4 possibly the weakest episode in the entire show so far.
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LL Cool J - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 08:17:17 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393485
Was that the two man show episode?
Yeah I thought that was extraordinarily lame.

Weak twist and it replied too heavily on my attachment to some meh characters.
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Larette Spang - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 10:59:35 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393486
No. I liked the two man show one, it was really poignant in the context of their recent revisit to the League of Gentlemen, like I mentioned before. Three episodes featuring the same characters, filmed and set 15 years after it originally went off the air.
I can see how it might not be as good if you're not familiar with that.
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Fisto - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 20:40:54 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.393498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been on a binge of The Expanse recently. Holy shit, this show is great! Bit of a slow build, but once it hits it just keeps going.
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Slake Fistcrunch - Wed, 24 Jan 2018 21:28:17 EST ID:oNfEleZf No.393499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393486
No, this is the one about a wedding photographer in a failing marriage.

But yeah I didn't really need this episode. It was basically the gratuitously dark twist of S3E1 but without the visual comedy and growing dread that made that episode worthwhile. There were tense moments and funny moments as ever though. I did enjoy all the focus on Pot Noodle, especially the real-time accurate demonstration of how a Pot Noodle is made, complete with pinching the sachet out of the pot and shaking the powder off
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Tammy Tangerine - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 01:46:12 EST ID:seXjR4u5 No.393505 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393498
I felt like that was trying to be a mix of Babylon 5 and Firefly, and not quite making it work.
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Christoper Turk - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 01:59:18 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393505
I don't see B5 at all. I mean it has politics but besides that not much similarity. Maybe if you only saw the first episode where they spent a lot of time on Eros I could see getting that impression.
Amos is a lot like Jane though. Well he pretty much is Jane but more badass and even more morally ambiguous.

But no, you're wrong m8! What it is doing, it really fuckin works. It's the best sci fi show since BSG.

>>393498
Enjoy m8. A lot of people weren't super into season 1 because it's kinda slow, but I fuckin loved it. I loved the world that they were building and the characters aren't bad either. Main guy is kinda milquetoast but not bad. Every other character is badass. I can't really think of one character in the show that I just don't like.

Can't wait for next season, which unfortunately I just read that they pushed it (season 3) back as to not compete with the winter olympics. Season 2 started february of last year, it looks like we may not get season 3 until late spring possibly summer.
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Touch Rustrod - Thu, 25 Jan 2018 19:41:46 EST ID:seXjR4u5 No.393542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393506
I watched the first season and some of the second before deciding it wasn't engaging me. I dunno, the Earth/Mars politics and the shadowy forces using terrorism vibe really strongly reminded me of B5.

Also the constant blue light scheme really started to get on my tits.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 01:00:35 EST ID:xeLPAxzj No.393593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392850
I can't think of a single show that's less bingeable than The Americans. It's just too... dense? IDK how to describe it, but it's definitely not a show that you'll want to watch a full season of in a day or two. Not to mention it's tense as fuck - before I quit smoking, it was pretty common for me to need to take a smoke break in the middle of episodes lol

>>392851
>But IMO you shouldn't need to sit through a bad season of a show before it gets good.
Yeah, it sucks that the first season turns so many people off to it. Honestly, I think it's gotten so fucking good that I'd suggest you just skip the first season, find a summary or something, and try to pick it up with the second season. I can't remember when it got to the point of being obviously good, so maybe someone else here, or some other site, can give you a better idea of what's skippable and where you should start watching from.
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Ozymandias - Sat, 27 Jan 2018 08:32:05 EST ID:MEnS9pee No.393597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Inside No 9 s1 finale
lol when you keep thinking there will be some twist like usual only this time, Nope, just a very unpleasant demonic ending. MISCHIEEEEEF
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Miriad Ferns - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 17:34:08 EST ID:bdy4dznI No.393635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393466
I remember this show!
It was fantastic!


Why hasn't there been any HD-Version
or rerun of it?
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Rosalind Allen - Sun, 28 Jan 2018 23:09:49 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.393641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Chi

4 episodes in and the first semblance of an actual plot appears. To be fair (to be fair~~~~~), having Shameless as a lead-in would have helped much more any other year/season. Giving this show the benefit of the doubt.

I get a reluctant leader vibe from Brandon. He's angry and hurt by his brother's death but is frivolous or cynical over the initial death that kicks off the season. Maybe it's because of the life he's been managing to live (good job, healthy significant other, etc.) or he's too afraid of being a fuck-up like his mom. Either way I see him becoming the new boss of a dark, yet necessary facet of the city.

I'll keep watching but wish Showtime knew how to run a tighter ship.
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Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 02:34:40 EST ID:mZ9AlsAb No.393656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393641
Is that a Letterkenny reference?
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Charlton Heston - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 06:57:02 EST ID:MEnS9pee No.393661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Shameless finale
good to see Frank finally back in full form. Ian and Debby were boring this year. Lip's stuff was good, the only touching arc in a show that's gone otherwise very sitcomy.
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The Governor - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 08:17:57 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393641
Damn Willow Smith all grown up a fittie
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Pinhead - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 11:24:52 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Travelers S1E6

This show is weird and has a tendency to kinda be all over the place in terms of tone. It will go from really good, to super corny, to extra weird then back to the good baseline in the span of an episode.

There are a lot of little details that are kinda stupid sometimes, but I tend to ignore them. One big glaring question I have is, if the travelers change the timeline, how does the director or even the travelers program still exist? It would seem like if even one little thing is changed, and maybe not even their big objective, that it could totally change everything and then they're left on their own. Idk, probably best to ignore questions like that, in my head I believe that the director is in some kind of field that makes him impervious to the changes in the timeline so that he can direct the travelers when his current world is changed as the timeline is.
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Pinhead - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 11:26:31 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393667
I forgot to mention that even though the tone can kinda be all over the place and it's quite weird, it's still really fun to watch. Good B tier sci fi show.
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Emma Watson - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 22:31:04 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.393675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393667

i tried watching this show but couldnt get into it. Any tips to help me get into it?
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Butt-head - Tue, 30 Jan 2018 02:16:46 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.393681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393675
It's hard to say really. It's definitely one of those niche sci fi shows.
The creator, Brad Wright, has worked on all kinds of sci fi shows as a writer, such as all the Stargate shows, and The Outer Limits.

If those shows are your cup of tea, I'd say stick with it. The pilot episode is kinda weird and slow. The whole premise is a pretty convoluted concept so it's a bit difficult to set that up, but I think they did alright considering. It just takes a little while for the show to really get up to speed. By the end of season 1, where I'm at, it feels like it's got quite a bit of momentum for sure and is pretty fun. And I heard from a friend that it's even better in season 2.
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genophyte - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 00:44:05 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.393697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
halfway through episode 1 of The Alienist ...

lol i should really read show synopsis before i get disappointed about this show not actually being scifi or having aliens
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genophyte - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 01:02:37 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.393698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393697
>Batman: Gotham by Gaslight

ok so are all the DC cartoon movies this good?
i never bothered with them for some reason until this one just now
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Aeryn Sun - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 01:51:40 EST ID:liCXOt5r No.393699 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393698
Not all, but mostly. Check out Year One, Under The Red Hood, Dark Knight Returns, and Mask of the Phantasm for sure. Gotham Knight, Killing Joke, Assault on Arkham, and Return of the Joker are pretty good too. I'd skip the Son of Batman trilogy though, and the Justice League ones are hit or miss. Also, it's not a movie, but if you haven't seen TAS yet, that's obviously essential.

I didn't know GBG was out yet, I know what I'm doing tomorrow.
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Gigi Edgley - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 04:26:16 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.393700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393698

Im not a fan of superhero movies or batman and i actually do enjoy the animated dc movies, well the ones i have seen.
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Genophyte - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 22:02:16 EST ID:ri96qASQ No.393707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393699
I was pretty shocked by gaslight for how adult it was, the plot twists and cameos definitely made me want to check out the DC backlog.

Aside from that I'm about to catch up on Fargo season 3 and finally do the wire
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Major Motoko Kusanagi - Wed, 31 Jan 2018 23:13:16 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.393708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393707
Many of the DC animated movies are adult oriented especially the Batman ones like Year One and The Dark Knight Returns.

There have been a few duds over the years but almost all of DC's animated films are really good and much better than the DC live action films or anything Marvel has put out.
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Stormy Waters - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 00:45:02 EST ID:no491XO4 No.393721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393707
The Killing Joke is adult as heck.
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Lindsay Weir - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 00:53:19 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393721
yeah but it had batman fucking barbara which is just weird. also weird, Harley like low-key rapes Nightwing in Batman and Harley Quinn and that's supposed to be geared more towards kids.
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Ben Stiller - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 02:06:03 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.393728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393723
Batman + Gordon's daughter has been a thing in several comics.
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Lindsay Weir - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 02:53:02 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.393732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393728
still weird bro
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Kenny Powers - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 15:52:34 EST ID:/fcq6qQt No.393747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Tan Mom gets funnier and funnier. First the story about how she fell down a well and has steel plates in her head, now she has the FBI kicking her out of her house. LOOOOOOL best whack packer ever
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Barbara Gordon !BQFEE6sAIY - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 22:09:27 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.393758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393732
True
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Ace - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 02:15:21 EST ID:liCXOt5r No.393763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
Linklater's new one was pretty decent. It's mostly carried by three outstanding performances from Crantson, Fishburn, and Carell. They all have great chemistry that really sells the believable friendships.
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Happy Time Harry - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 07:38:35 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.393766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So i just watched a stupid and futile gesture. Probably one of the funniest movies i have seen in ages. If you love the humour of caddyshack and animal house and the national lampoon in general, check it out. I read the reviews of it and its been given a bit of a mixed-negative review but the comedy is so brilliant in it, sure the portrayals of the actors arent great but its just so perfect. The guy who plays Bill Murray is perfect, The guy who plays dangerfield is perfect, I love how Joel Mchale Plays Chevy Chase so perfectly.
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Richard Pryor - Sat, 03 Feb 2018 20:01:50 EST ID:W9Puixmp No.393779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished altered carbon. I enjoyed it four the most part but it really fell apart in the last couple of episodes
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 19:32:26 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.393829 Report Quick Reply
Watching the Super Bowl now. That Doritos/Mt. Dew ad with Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman was awesome. Also watched these:

>This Is Us s02e11-13 - Fifth Wheel, Clooney & That'll Be The Day

I got caught up before tonight's post-Super Bowl episode, which given its high ratings and critical acclaim I'm not surprised it got the slot. This show can be a whole lot of nothing and mundane albeit with some feels but I like the stuff with Jack and Randall given the strength of Milo Ventimiglia and Sterling K. Brown (who's gotten a bunch of awards now) as actors. Should be very interesting with tonight's episode if they finally address how Jack died because I hope it's not another copout or a letdown.

>The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story s02e01-3 - The Man Who Would Be Vogue, Manhunt & A Random Killing

I made a thread but I guess there's not as much hype as The People v. OJ Simpson given its outcome and not being as big of a media circus as OJ was. While it's hard to top season 1, I will say that the actor playing Andrew Cunanan is really fucking good. It also helps that they're actually able to film on location at Gianni Versace's actual mansion where he was assassinated.

>Baskets s03e01 & 2 - Wild Horses & Finding Eddie

Glad that Baskets is back. It's a feel good and deadpan funny kind of show, especially with Dale and Martha. Dunno how the Baskets family will run the rodeo but with Eddie back, maybe they'll turn it around.

>The Mick s02e10-13 - The Climb, The Trip, The City & The Dump

This season's been pretty good so far and the stuff with Ben and Jimmy always gets me laughing.

>>393779
I actually just watched the first episode. Very Blade Runner-like dystopian future setting. I think the premise is cool but who knows how it'll go.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 21:43:55 EST ID:VisEqRWV No.393841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393763
>releases in Australia cinemas in April

God damn I'll have to wait a while
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Viserys Targaryen - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 21:57:04 EST ID:liCXOt5r No.393842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393841
Or you could just torrent it
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 13:23:08 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.393867 Report Quick Reply
>This Is Us s02e14 - Super Bowl Sunday

Well they finally answered how Jack died but man I thought it was really dumb that he went back in to get Kate’s dog. I guess it’s supposed to show how much he cared about Kate and that he’d rather die of smoke inhalation than to see her sad. Mandy Moore did kill it in this episode especially her reaction to Jack’s death. And Kevin, Kate and Randall all got their big moments with their monologues about Jack’s death but Kevin’s was the best of the three as surprising as it is to say. I was really surprised and happy with the ending of of that social worker being future Tess and Randall still being alive. Didn’t see that one coming.

Apparently it got a 16.2, which is the highest rating for a post-SB program in 6 years.
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Russel T. Davies - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 14:37:10 EST ID:ARIg/ayF No.393869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393779
>altered carbon
I can't believe this show keeps bringing back Daniel Bernhardt.
I love Mortal Kombat: Conquest but seriously the only reason to have Daniel Bernhardt act in your show is if you very specifically want a slightly taller Keanu Reeves with a Swiss accent.
Because Daniel Bernhardt can't do a generic Americanadian accent after 25 years of living in California.

He's really great at being "Some swiss bad guy" in Atomic Blonde and John Wick though.
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Annyong - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 18:03:44 EST ID:Y4BdwAUX No.393872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Trying to catch up with the "best of" list of 2016 so i just saw Moonlight.

It was fucking brilliant.
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Jane Badler - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 19:04:59 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.393873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393841

it'll be a limited release as well like all linklater movies. I torrented it but already got my tickets pre-booked for april.
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Iceman - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 22:54:05 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.393876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393779
Really? I think it started to consciously steer into the crash around the middle. It looks cool and all but it's so... meh. It's been quite a while since I've read the book but the flow feels off in the show. Found myself liking POE a lot more than I would've thought. Nice addition to the story.

People are already complaining about having a male white lead (regardless of source material). I can't wait for Snow Crash to finally get made so a vocal minority can be outraged that the lead is a black male instead of Asian. Fingers crossed though; we all know the whole cast is going to be Anglo af.
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MC Pee Pants - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 00:01:20 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.393880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393876
I liked Altered Carbon a lot but cyberpunk is my weakness. I can see how it had some issues though.
I am so god damned pumped for snowcrash. It's my favorite book which means they're probably gonna fuck it up.
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Stanley Kubrick - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 21:25:51 EST ID:UCE+kUxD No.393932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393869
>>393876
>>393880
Okay so they properly utilized Daniel Bernhardt in the sense that they had him speak some German. Unfortunately they failed to utilize Daniel Bernhardt's actual skills in action acting, where his stuntwork and body language sell his otherwise weak performance.

They just had him deliver a bunch of different scenes of exposition. He didn't even karate kick a bitch. What a waste. You're breaking my Bernheart.
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Ruby - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 14:07:50 EST ID:WA4xpuAa No.393947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393872
Pfff, Another gay shit....
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Grace Kelly - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 16:00:04 EST ID:Y4BdwAUX No.393951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I got the Criterion collection of Stalker the other day. Already seen it two times. It's fucking fantastic. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0079944/
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Morgan Freeman - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 19:04:10 EST ID:oNfEleZf No.393954 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Inside No 9 S4E6
Good ep, this and E3 were the strongest episodes this season. Funny, tense, mysterious, elegant (except for the last 2 minutes, as always). I think I really like their policy of "supernatural stuff is allowed but only in episode 6" and I liked that the hare statues finally became a plot device.

Kind of a mix bag this season. They seem to be moving away from death and carnage a bit, which shows they're maturing but also I wonder if it's too late to make it that sort of show. The gratuitous murders have been hanging over this show like an old jizzrag since episode 1, but also that constant anticipation of mayhem makes the show what it is. Idk. We'll see if there's another season.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 19:23:55 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.393959 Report Quick Reply
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>This Is Us s02e15 - The Car

If the previous episode was the climax in showing how Jack died, then this was the denouement of that with the rest of the Pearson clan coping with his death. As much as I think Rebecca is the show’s weak link, she did a good job in this episode showing how she’s trying to hold herself and the family together. It was a pretty emotional episode especially when they went to spread Jack’s ashes by his favorite tree.

This Is Us has molded Jack into one of television’s great dads today. Yes he has his flaws struggling with alcoholism and his job and his incessant need to play the hero that ultimately led to his death but I appreciate how deeply he cares deeply about Rebecca and the kids. The scene where he talked to the car salesman about wanting a car for his family that they’ll have memories with was heartbreaking but a good way to end the episode on a high note.

>The Mick s02e14 - The Church

Shit was hilarious with Jimmy and Sabrina trying to get Ben to believe in god and Mickey trying to get rid of Pastor Z influencing Alba and Chip. Besides B99, this is one of my favorite network comedies now.

>Baskets s03e03 - Crash

I was dying at the scene where Chip and Martha were trying to convince Jode and Trinity to become clowns especially Martha wanting to get Ronald McDonald and the Chuck E. Cheese animatronics. But man there was some depressing stuff like Eddie being drunk reminding Christine of her dad and Jode and Trinity’s argument. Fortunately though they resolved though with Eddie going to AA and Jode and Trinity making up.
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Michelle Forbes - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 20:40:31 EST ID:mz3SlHUY No.393965 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just watched mother! and it was absolutely terrible. The worst attempts at symbolism and mindfuckery i've ever witnessed, and I've seen a lot of bad artsy films in my time.
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Marty Huggins - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 08:22:48 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.393982 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393954
>We'll see if there's another season.
Stream I watched said "Inside No.9 returns for a fifth series next year" at the end of the ep.
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Ace - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 13:35:53 EST ID:no491XO4 No.393985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>393951
Stalker was a good atmospheric movie.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 15:12:50 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.393986 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

My friend randomly wanted to watch this last night and because we're visiting DC tomorrow. I think I watched the first film a long time ago though I can barely remember. Overall I thought it was an okay film but I had fun watching it and there were some funny moments and I laughed pretty hard at Ben Stiller and Jonah Hill's exchange in the Smithsonian Castle and Hank Azaria has such an incredible vocal range for an actor not only playing Kahmunrah but also voicing Abraham Lincoln and The Thinker. I was surprised at all the actors and actresses that were in its cast too.
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Agent Smith - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 15:45:21 EST ID:nwWX5q1f No.393987 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392687
did the television show community ruin anyones life?
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Four - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 10:51:58 EST ID:6LVYOkpH No.394013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
>Altered Carbon
>Yandere oni-chan who's been torturing your girlfriends and killing for the past two hundred and fifty years

This is my kind of jam
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 11:20:11 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.394015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story s02e04 - House by the Lake

What a dark episode. I thought they did a fantastic job with the storytelling of what happened to David Madson after Andrew murdered Jeffrey Trail and filling in the blanks. And man Darren Criss's portrayal of Andrew Cunanan is fantastic and I got a feeling he's gonna get some awards for it.
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Val Kilmer - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 18:25:25 EST ID:zXNDiC9x No.394024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>393959
>The Mick
Now that there's a pastor character, i hope he begins a slow descent into becoming the shows equivalent to Rickety Cricket
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Duff Man - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 21:27:45 EST ID:EsHKQZyB No.394064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rewatched Seven Samurai for the first time in several years. Still a great fucking movie but didn't remember the farmers being such assholes last time I watched it. You always notice new shit rewatching movies.
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Four - Sat, 10 Feb 2018 22:40:49 EST ID:CAKKga/x No.394065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394064
>>394064
Everyone plays their part. Do you really expect farmers from feudal japan to be anything more?
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Sean Combs - Sun, 11 Feb 2018 07:35:25 EST ID:4Ji92X3t No.394083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394064

yeah that was the point of Toshiro's monologue (look under the floorboards these fuckers have booze and rice for days)
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Sam Raimi - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 11:16:17 EST ID:yq9Bts0P No.394141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching Altered Carbon right now, a few episodes in, it's pretty good. Really fantastic production values for TV or Netflix, it almost looks like a film at times. We always could use more cyberpunk in our lives.
Hoping the big boobed Latina cop gets naked at some point, she is quite the beauty
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Enoch "Nucky" Thompson - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 18:35:37 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394141

she does

Altered carbon was alright, pretty cool detective story but not really much actual "detecting".i think the eye candy outweighed everything else in the show. overall i feel like the story was abover average but nothing gripping.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 19:28:28 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.394152 Report Quick Reply
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>Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

It’s on Netflix now so I watched it yesterday. Thought it much better than At World’s End (didn’t see On Stranger Tides) though Henry and Carina are no Will and Elizabeth although I do like Kaya Scodelario.

>>394141
Yeah I’m halfway through it now. It’s a fun show for its cyberpunk style and the action scenes. Kovacs is a badass.
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Andrei Tarkovsky - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 20:05:54 EST ID:YsCStbZN No.394155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Did the snuff thread get deleted?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 12 Feb 2018 23:24:35 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.394168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394155
It's still there but I'm keeping an eye on it.
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Bernard Hill - Wed, 14 Feb 2018 23:23:09 EST ID:kitvuQrR No.394242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've only watched the Goldbergs a handful of times but I saw it tonight on a syndicated episode, it was pretty funny. It was a homage to The Breakfast Club but it was done well.
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Scatterbrain Jane - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 01:49:31 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394245 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Went to see phantom thread it was actually very good.
Went to the cinema and there was actually quite a few people in the cinema at a 12pm showing, which was nice.

To be honest i was kind of expecting a Paul Thomas Anderson kind of trope but dude surprised me, It didnt feel like your typical Paul Thomas Anderson film which was really nice, after seeing films like magnolia and boogie nights and Inhernet vice you'd kind of expect a grittyness from him but i think the universe he created on film was fantastic.

Definitely see it if you havent.
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Shôtarô Kaneda - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 13:47:57 EST ID:9XdG0snG No.394255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394150
Excellent tits on her, I was not disappointed
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 15 Feb 2018 23:07:34 EST ID:J2nxIdks No.394280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story s02e05 - Don't Ask Don't Tell

What a hell of an episode. I've really liked how they've been working backwards this season and showing who Andrew was before he assassinated Gianni Versace. Felt bad for Jeffrey having to deal with Don't Ask Don't Tell and being manipulated by Andrew like that especially the ending when his sister is going into labor and he's getting his face smashed in by a hammer. It sucks that it doesn't have the same hype as last season but it's been really good so far.

>>394245
And it's Daniel Day-Lewis' final performance. Can't go wrong with an award-winning method acting extraordinaire.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 15-02-2018 23:17:50
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The Latinator - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 01:30:38 EST ID:CYIgcXq0 No.394286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sealab 2021! The show that takes place in an enormous underwater facility housing hundreds of people in the distant future of two thousand twenty one A.D.
They prophesized that the internet almost destroyed humanity in the year 2007.
In 2007 the iphone was released.
Makes you think.
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Alex - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 06:41:03 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the Justice League.

I actually enjoyed it, i actually enjoyed it more than the first two avengers movies. I really like the flash and liked all the others but im not a fan of the super man. The iron man rip off kid is alright except i kept thinking "iron man" the entire time.

Decent movie.
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Cary Grant - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 11:44:19 EST ID:wgqbQGCR No.394310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394301
Wait you thought Justice League was better than The Avengers? Can i have some of whatever drugs you're on?
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Chairface Chippendale - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 19:27:32 EST ID:N+VbM3CL No.394334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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drunk, high, watching cheesy 80s horror flick House
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Sergio Martino - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 21:05:56 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394310

Whats wrong with justice league? it felt its flow was a little slower than the avengers but looking on avengers now and justice league now i would say justice league is definitely the better movie.
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Galadriel - Fri, 16 Feb 2018 22:24:32 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stargate Origins.

It's alright. Seems pretty fucking stupid of MGM to do a 10-10 minute episodes series instead of just crowdfunding an actual season of a show. Or just do a fucking movie. Eh, whatever. Don't make sense but it's not all that bad as some Stargate fans would say. I don't really care that much about the continuity, and the actors are alright. They could have spent a bit more time on the script though. Also, the tone feels a bit off. SG1 has always been light hearted but this show has been more light hearted and campy than any of the previous Stargate iterations. It just feels weird.
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Quentin Tarantino - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 03:20:15 EST ID:no491XO4 No.394342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394335
I personally felt like Justice League was an okay movie. I also feel like Zack Snyder has been on a downward trend ever since he did Watchmen.
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Richard Pryor - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 06:30:31 EST ID:F5iKZeKv No.394346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394334
House isn't cheesy, it's magical.
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Chairface Chippendale - Sat, 17 Feb 2018 08:08:22 EST ID:N+VbM3CL No.394348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394346
My fan theory on the film is that there are no monsters and the writer is just crazy. I rewatch the film all the time and love trying to catch clues to it. Like, the film has the happy ending where his son is re-united with his ex-wife, IMO that's everyone he murdered being reunited in the afterlife. The real plot of the film is a Vietnam vet has PTSD and kills his son, then his wife leaves him. After his aunt kills herself, he moves into her House and lets his crazy run wild. The neighbors sees him being crazy and calls the ex-wife, who comes to check on him. He kills his ex-wife and chops her into a million pieces, which we see only think the ex is a monster. Then some hot chick makes him babysit her young son, who I am pretty sure he molests/rapes. First there's a monster hand on the kid, so the guy drags the kid to the bathroom to "tug him off", the kid emerges crying. Later theres a monster battle with the kid being tugged repeatedly up and down a chimney chute, which I believe was a visual metaphor for the guy raping him. Cut to the author giving the kid a bubble bath and the babysitting scenes are over. He then proceeds to murder his fat neighbor and then himself when he sets the house ablaze, leading to the final scene of everyone's happy reunion in the films version of heaven/hell

ok now everyone can tell me i need to smoke less weed.
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Honda - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:43:59 EST ID:kHRuhHc+ No.394446 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Grand Tour~ seems less focused than Top Gear. Lack of BBC management restricting their activities?
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Lisa - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 06:46:39 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394446

I felt the same way in the first series. I havent watched the second one. But at the same time i had practically given up top gear by the time jeremy was fired.
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Ralph Fiennes - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:36:21 EST ID:I4ja1G9/ No.394463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
>Kill Bill

Lucy Lu cant fucking act. Otherwise great movie.
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genophyte - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:14:29 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.394466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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so this is a bit of shameless promotion on my part , but i legitimately just watched it for the first time and im geeking over how well this was done .
also no im not in it but ive known the girl for ages


>eat, sleep, FROLF: Eps.1 Last round of the year???
https://youtu.be/J60sMM7vnyo
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Kristen Johnston - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 17:28:41 EST ID:N+VbM3CL No.394472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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drunk, rewatching Hot Fuzz, it's a god damned classic.
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Alan Ball - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:25:11 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394472

Hot Fuzz is one of the few movies I can think of that gets better upon each rewatching.
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John Waters - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:25:24 EST ID:SUC6ryzI No.394482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394463
Fun fact: Bill Murray agrees with you!
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Kazaam - Mon, 19 Feb 2018 22:13:42 EST ID:N+VbM3CL No.394487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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LOL american dad nailing it
>>394481
yep, seen it a dozen times and still catch new little moments.
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Jodene Sparks - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 13:18:44 EST ID:mZ9AlsAb No.394517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm watching Tarantula right now.
Damn, such a good series so far.
I do think that it would be a different experience if I wasn't high right now.

Anyway, here's a trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCK9E0P-iPw
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Chairface Chippendale - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 14:14:14 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh I meant to post it before but the site was down
in that episode of American Dad with the Tried So Hard song in; Roger was dressed as one of the Lone Gunmen (Richard Langley). I thought that was a nice touch.
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Steven Speilberg - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 18:57:30 EST ID:lWC+TIc1 No.394523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just rewatched Interstellar because I've been listening to the OST all week.
I think this is my favorite sci-fi movie of all time.
That docking scene is so intense, especially if you have some experience with docking in KSP.
And that ending... Fuck man.

I'm actually finding it difficult to express into words how much I appreciate this film. Instead, here's my favorite track:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHNllxzUv94
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Butt-head - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 19:31:45 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394525 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394523

Really good movie, great Zimmer score. I still think it sound have ended when Cooper escaped the pocket dimension and he was floating in space as the rescue ship comes into view in the background[%], though. That would have given me chills.
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Jery Ryan - Tue, 20 Feb 2018 22:32:19 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394518
Nice catch. I may have to watch that episode just for that reference. I've been meaning to catch up anyways as I was a little turned off by the lackluster and kinda boring Christmas special a couple years ago.
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Jery Ryan - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 03:53:06 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394541 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been watchin some more Supernatural and I gotta give this show props for managing to keep things fresh. I mean, you'd think it would get super stale after dealing with demons and shit for so long but nope, they manage to change up the script and keep things entertaining. I guess I should have known that considering how long the show has been running for.

I'm at S04E02 and I think the Angel who pulled Dean out of Hell reveal was pretty badass and definitely not what I was expecting at all. I just figured we were gonna find out about a new and bigger demon like we did for the last 4 or 5 times we get a new big adversary.

Also, almost every episode starts off with an opening monster kill scene where they introduce the monster they're facing for the episode, and even after near 100 of them they still manage some really cool and creepy ones.
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Cleveland Brown - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 04:58:14 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.394542 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394523

When intersteller came out i was like "this is an amazing movie man woah dude so fucking amazing" and people were giving me shit for saying that.

It really is one of the better sci fi movies.

Im currently watching kitchen nightmares. Back to uni so i really just need something mind numbing to finish off the day.
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Christopher Walken - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 05:32:57 EST ID:cpbP1bVT No.394545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394541
The first 5 seasons of supernatural are really good. After that they change show runners and the show loses direction almost completely.

I stopped after season 7 but after that they change showrunners again and I hear it picks up in quality. Probably worth continuing. I am waiting for the shpw to finish forever before I start again.
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Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 13:21:32 EST ID:KpIBD8k7 No.394553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Slowpoke.inc but i finally saw Bladerunner 2049.

It was fucking fantastic and i already gonna watch it again this weekend.
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Mouse Fitzgerald - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 18:32:54 EST ID:lWC+TIc1 No.394567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394525
That would've been a good ending but, in my opinion it wouldn't have been as great as the one they went with, because:
If it had ended at the moment of rescue, the story and message would have been about Cooper and Murph almost exclusively. We'd be unsure about the fate of both of them. Would Murph actually have aged 80 years or whatever it was? Would Cooper survive to see Murph, or visa versa? What was Murph going to accomplish with the data? What happened to Brand?
It would have been a story about individuals, instead of a story about something bigger.


Now hold on to your butts because this might sound far-fetched, hokey and pretentious:
"Do not go gentle into that good night".
The movie ends with Murph dead, having saved mankind by building Cooper Station. Cooper fullfilled his promise to see Murph again, but what does he do? He doesn't wait around for her funeral, he doesn't kick back and relax to live out the rest of his life as a hero. Instead, he steals a one-map space ship with his robot buddy and with a big grin on his face sets out into dark, cold space in search of Brand. Cooper represents the restless human spirit of exploration.
It's also no coincidence that the planet we see Brand stranded on looks like Mars. I think they made this intentionally obvious to break the fourth wall.
Nolan's message to us is to keep going. To boldly go where no man has gone before. Exploration is in our fucking genes. It's why we, not the Neanderthals, conquered earth. We survive because we go willingly into possible danger.
We're not going to save Earth. We're not going going to survive by staying on Earth, just as we were not going to survive by staying in Africa. Spreading out and colonizing is what we are meant to do.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:08:20 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.394571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Baskets s03e04 - A Night at the Opera

This was such a great episode and how it all built up with Christine running around town trying to do a million things to get the opera to be a success to the end of Dale disastrously preventing more fireworks being shot off. What I've liked about this season is how it's been centered around the Baskets Family Rodeo and seeing how Chip, Dale and Christine all try to make it work.
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Larry David - Wed, 21 Feb 2018 22:47:31 EST ID:36qWrDag No.394573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Death of Stalin. Not bad. I probably wouldn't recommend it, but yeah, not terrible.
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Jon Arryn - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 03:16:53 EST ID:pMzdB+Ug No.394619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I fucking hate Raymond!
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Martha Jones - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 07:49:46 EST ID:cl8CNAPL No.394631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>People Under The Stairs
Thank you Wes Craven for bringing me the greatest incest couple in horror movies. Although I had trouble telling if that Alice girl who didn't get kept under the stairs was actually kidnapped like the other kids, or if she got special treatment because she was their real-life incest baby.
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Andy Milonakis - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 16:25:01 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394631

Man, that movie is fucking weird. I remember being a kid and watching it thinking "Awww yeah, monster horror movie!" and then being really fucking confused by what I watched.
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Toby Jones - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:02:47 EST ID:UvJrz2QQ No.394637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I felt like watching The Silence of the Lambs, and now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure this is only the second time I've watched it on disc. Most of the times I've seen it were on TV.

If anyone goes to see Annihilation this weekend, please let me know how it is. Most of the reviews I've seen have been very positive, but the one that's got me most excited said it's fuckin' nuts - trippy to the point that a lot of people are going to leave the theater just scratching their heads.
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Blast Hardcheese - Fri, 23 Feb 2018 23:57:55 EST ID:ALwXFF+p No.394641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished up The Wire for the third time. Now I'm on Comrade Detective, bretty gud.
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Tywin Lannister - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 21:23:32 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.394660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just returned from watching Annihilation.
Fucking awesome movie, 9/10 check it out
to the poster above, the twist is pretty good and I'm not sure how many in the audience even caught it
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Dr. Miles Bennell - Sat, 24 Feb 2018 21:31:50 EST ID:cl8CNAPL No.394663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394660
I hated the book, but I hear the movie changes a lot so maybe it's actually good.
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Jan Skylar - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:16:53 EST ID:no491XO4 No.394668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394660
I'm freaking pumped for this movie. Don't spoil a thing!
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Peter Petrelli - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 01:10:24 EST ID:ALwXFF+p No.394669 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394660
Comrade Detective was all about satirizing tropes, it may have been because I binged the 6 episodes but the ending was predictable because it would have been cliche.

The show was hilarious. Beside Barksdale once, it wasn't until the last season of the wire before people started noticing cops sitting on them, but then >>394641 these two detectives are sitting across this small street looking straight into the US embassy's driveway at this car for, probably, hours with the guards looking right at them. Then later his partner slaps him out of his chair and throws a glass of vodka in his face and he fails to act like it's anything other than water.

It's very campy with great dialogue. Best dubbed over lost tape media I've ever seen
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Punch Sideiron - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 01:11:45 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.394670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Saw Annihilation tonight. There is a cool idea within that ultimately gets bogged down by mediocrity. It's really only the film's final act — the last 20 or so minutes — that is really deserving of praise and does something special. Everything up to that point is exactly what you'd expect from any sci-fi blockbuster, it's very dull in retrospect.

Not worth seeing in theatres, IMO, especially with it's borderline awful effects. It doesn't benefit from being on the big screen, visually or aurally.
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Emma Watson - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 10:17:06 EST ID:mAlJeMH2 No.394677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Ash Vs Evil Dead s3 premiere
so far, its just as shitty as we all feared
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Cary Grant - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:33:35 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.394690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394677
Why?
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Emma Watson - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:33:50 EST ID:mAlJeMH2 No.394691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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just watched The Evil Within, this movie fucking rules, horror just went full retard and it's amazing. RIP the guy who made it, its his only film and took 12 years to get it finished
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Emma Watson - Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:36:38 EST ID:mAlJeMH2 No.394692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394690
showrunner left and the tone is all off. The violence felt cliche and uninspired and the jokes all fell flat. Although I read a review of the first 5 eps that says ep 1 is the only bad one, so here's hoping it improves
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Toby Jones - Mon, 26 Feb 2018 15:09:55 EST ID:SUC6ryzI No.394722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394691
I've only done a bit of meth in my day but I always thought "a tweaker could make a terrifying horror movie if they tried". This is apparently that movie. II needed a reminder to watch this.
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Raoul Duke - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 18:45:45 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394691
Watched it last night. It's a damn shame that he died before this could be released. That is the best horror movie I've seen in a while.

It's kinda weird because at times the stuff with his brother felt like The Room, except it felt more self aware. But that's just a guess. Either way, it's a travesty that it has received such a low score on IMDB. That movie deserves some recognition for how fucking fun it was.
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Ken Russell - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 23:18:34 EST ID:o9I8Q2ei No.394744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394691
That guy took the master class on Rich Evans impressionism.
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Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 13:46:33 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.394753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the first 20m of Full Metal Alchemist Live Action movie. What a piece of a shit man..
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Lucio Fulci - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 16:38:40 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.394757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394753

Was it in English? If so, you shouldn't be surprised it sucked
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Ken Russell - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 18:16:42 EST ID:o9I8Q2ei No.394758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394753
I'd watch a cheap-ass version of that with the Funimation voice actors playing their parts.

Vic Mignogna may be old as dirt, but he's the perfect height for the role.
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Father Jack Hackett - Wed, 28 Feb 2018 20:41:15 EST ID:UrSMafdp No.394762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394757
Nah, the new one with the Japanese actors that's in Netflix. The characters tried really hard to act like the characters, which I give a "kudos to you" but it just wasn't working.
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Jo Grant - Fri, 02 Mar 2018 23:24:21 EST ID:36qWrDag No.394821 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Shape of Water. Good movie. Nothing transcendent, but it's definitely worth a watch.
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Gul Dukat - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 02:14:30 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watchin Supernatural, season 4.

I'm really diggin this semen demon.
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John Locke - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 05:16:12 EST ID:Kwk2AS0L No.394836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394826
The show had so many sexy chics back then... Now there are only the ugly ones.
Fuck SJW! They even touched Supernatural
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Hank Venture - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 05:17:33 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching Solarys P1.
This dude looks like the face everyone dreams about.
http://www.thisman.org/
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Alec Hopkins - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 05:42:44 EST ID:MXZQPU0B No.394838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394837
that website is very unsettling
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Jan Skylar - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 08:46:33 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished watching Amazon's The Tick and ended up really enjoying it. After watching the pilot I was put off by it because of how different it was from what I expected going in. As a someone that watched the cartoon all the time as a kid, this new show is a pretty different. Once I got past that after a few episodes, though, things started to click. The show feels like a better version of Kick-Ass. My only qualm would be the pretty noticeable shitty CGI in the later episodes, but the show has such a goofy charm that it isn't too distracting. Really looking forward to the next season and here's hoping they introduce more villains. They don't have to do a "villain of the week" formula like the cartoon, I just hope it's not all about the Terror again.
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Hank Venture - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 10:05:05 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394845 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Solarys/Solaris just properly winded me emotionally. I'd read the book so I knew what was going to happen but it brought up a lot of feelings seeing it with the emotion on the actor's faces.
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Snake Plissken - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 12:29:46 EST ID:HHRSy8J0 No.394848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394845
Andrei Tarkovsky was a fucking genius.

I'm thinking about watching Stalker again tonight because i wanna live in that film.
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Joe Swanson - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 15:00:26 EST ID:no491XO4 No.394855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394848
Oh man Stalker was so atmospheric. Did you see the remastered version in 4k?
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Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 21:24:04 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.394866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394842
I really dug it too, but are they even doing another season?
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Francine Smith - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 22:05:16 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394866

Yep, Amazon renewed it before releasing the second half of the first season.
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Francine Smith - Sat, 03 Mar 2018 22:07:38 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.394868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394867

Also holy shit, I didn't even notice that Alan Tudyk was the voice of Danger Boat.
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Tony Stark - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 02:19:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.394876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched season 4 finale of Supernatural. Overall, season 4 was a lot better than season 3, the whole storyline with the blonde chick who robbed them and Dean trying to get out of his demon deal was really lame compared to the 66 seals thing going on in season 4. But the big twist where Sam's demon friend (Ruby I think) turns out to be evil was really lame and I saw that coming from like earlier than halfway through the season. Regardless, fun finale and fun season. Hopefully the quality doesn't drop too much from here.
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Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 03:10:04 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.394877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394868
Safe bet to just assume Alan Tudyk is the voice of everything at this point. Dude is a chameleon.
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Heat Vision - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 15:24:36 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched Triangle and Altered.
Triangle was almost great. Maybe I'd have liked it more if it wasn't so similar to a few other things. It was pretty good I'd say.
Altered was meh. Decent for what it is, which isn't much. Predictable, uninspired.
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David Cronenberg - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 15:37:42 EST ID:HHRSy8J0 No.394892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394855
The Criterion 2K digital restoration on blu-ray. It looks nice af.
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Dr. Thaddeus Venture - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 15:47:31 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.394893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>394891
Triangle is one of those low budget flicks that had no business being as good as it was. Everything about it makes you expect a schlocky B-movie slasher, but then it goes full on Twilight Zone mindfuck sci-fi. It's not perfect, but what they did with the resources available was really cool I thought. Check out Coherence too.
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Heat Vision - Sun, 04 Mar 2018 16:56:12 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394893
Yeah I was watching it because it was on a list of someone's favourite films along with Coherence and Primer. I preferred Coherence but like I said, maybe the viewing order has something to do with it. Altered was on the list too. As was The Bay which I just finished watching; decent found footage piece although it reuses a lot for hand-holding reasons which was gay. What was very not-gay though is young, skinny Kether Donohue in tight pants. Damn that woman is sex.
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Tom Reagan - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 03:44:45 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.394926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392687
Anyone watching Homeland this season? I don't know what it is about the show but it's a dredge watching it. That said, every season has one great episode among the muck. Tonight's episode was that for this season.

Kinda on-topic; Anybody watch the Waco miniseries?
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Akira - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:14:06 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.394950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Human Race was shit, it makes me question what the guy who recommended it got out of the other, better films if he's dumb enough to find this worthwhile.

Currently watching Death Powder, a 1986 proto-cyberpunk film. I have no idea what the fuck is happening.
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genophyte - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 14:51:20 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.394951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394950
>death powder

something something slow motion yelling
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Diana - Mon, 05 Mar 2018 16:55:41 EST ID:5OOPGTf9 No.394956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Brigsby Bear is good. Definitely recommend it if you see it on tv. The lead actor is just kinda hard to look at.

Fantastic Planet is great. Watched it in the original French this time. Didn’t really change the experience but a great piece of sci-fi that touches on a lot of cool ideas even if it doesn’t drill down into a single one.

Conan the Barbarian is still the best Arnold movie. Maybe even the best fantasy movie.
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Lysa Arryn - Tue, 06 Mar 2018 23:42:01 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.395008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>394956
>Brigsby Bear

Enjoyed that too. Good, funny, feel good movie. Also cool to see Mark Hamill doing stuff besides voice overs and Star Wars. Although I guess his character did the voice overs, but whatever.
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Kara Thrace - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 00:41:49 EST ID:jzRqGgBn No.395009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Annihilation.
It was fucking amazing. Reminded me a lot of tripping and even Silent Hill at times. So much better and different than what I was expecting.
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Fred Astaire - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 01:48:28 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.395010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395009
I felt the same way walking out of the theater, but thinking back on it there were only certain points that really elevated it the screaming bear, the portman clone mimicing her, the "twist", and granted the cinematography was for the most part amazing. Idk the movie was engaging, but I think its just because we are all starved for actual smart big-bidget sci-fi that this movie made so many waves.
Would recommend to horror and sci-fi fans
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 09:38:12 EST ID:6cSejYo4 No.395014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Baskets s03e04 & 5 - Sweat Equity & Thanksgiving

The interesting part about this season that I’ve liked thus far is an increased emphasis on Christine and Dale with Christine trying to operate the rodeo and trying to make an impression on her friends and Dale struggling being a financially destitute divorcee. Last week’s episode was great though, really feel good stuff and that scene where Chip tried to impress the French clowns he hired for the rodeo at first was sad to see his dreams being shattered but I liked how they emphasized that Chip is a Bakersfield clown rather than a French clown and deciding to put Renoir to rest. And having Arby’s for Thanksgiving? Well their curly fries are pretty good as is their buffalo chicken sandwich so not a bad meal I suppose lol.

>The Mick s02e15 - The Juice

It was predictable that Ben was the one that was moving the colonel around and getting Alba pissed off but her reactions to the colonel were hilarious nonetheless. Best part of that entire episode that I was dying at was Jimmy fighting the girls soccer team.

>American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace s02e06 - Descent

I guess they delayed this a week because of the Parkland school shooting even though this episode wasn’t bloody and violent at all. Still, I’m digging the season’s format of going backwards in time and learning about the serial killer that Andrew Cunanan came to be. It’s just funny seeing all these web of lies that Andrew concocts and tries to manipulate others.

>This Is Us s02e16 - Vegas, Baby

After these past two episodes dealing with Jack’s death and his funeral, this episode was much less dramatic aside from Randall worrying about Deja, which he had every right to be, and arguing with Beth, which he was being overbearing about the issue but I can understand how much he cares about Deja. Probably should have toned it down but in the end, his instincts were right since now Deja and her mom are living out of the car. Switching up the character dynamics with Kate/Beth and Toby/Kevin/Randall was a nice change of pace to what we’re used to but I think it could have been executed better. As for Jack and Rebecca, it was okay but it wasn’t anything special and felt like a retread of previous storylines with them.

>Good Girls s01e01 & 2 - Pilot & Mo Money, Mo Problems

Started watching this since my friend wanted to and I figured with a leading female trio of Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta, maybe it’ll be good. So far it’s not bad and even though the whole premise of good people in bad situations doing bad things to right those situations is quite cliche especially in this post-Breaking Bad landscape of television, I think it has potential as long as they keep it fresh. What I like so far is despite how sloppily executed the whole robbery and how desperate they are, slowly but surely they’re starting to understand their own situation and smarten up especially with a gangster like Rio trying to get back the money they stole. Also David Hornsby, Rickety Cricket from IASIP, is also on it and he’s pretty funny as well though him trying to rape Annie was weird to watch.

I also watched two movies this week, which I’ll post about later.
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Abby Maitland - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 09:45:27 EST ID:IKEt6SzT No.395015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395014
>The Mick
Yea that was a good fight scene. I just watched last night's new episode and it was fuckin great, between Ben pissing on everyone, to Chip once again being the biggest loser of all, even Jaden Smith getting in the club.
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Kyle Gass - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 12:02:01 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I realise this girl's outfit is probably something straight off a catwalk but she looks like an extra on Mork & Mindy.
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Farrah Fawcett - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 15:51:48 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.395024 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395021
People will pay shit loads to look stupid. This is a fact.
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Dina Meyer - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 17:10:12 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395025 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the new jamanji movie, probably one of the best reboots/remakes ive seen. Everyone in it was great, the story was pretty standard but the performances definitely lifted the entire movie up. it was a fun ride.
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Carlton Banks - Wed, 07 Mar 2018 19:17:19 EST ID:mtyVKMfD No.395030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395010
Yeah legitimately thought provoking high concept scifi is few and far between these days. I don't think this one is a fluke though, cause Ex Machina was similar in that it really stuck with me and left me thinking of the movie and the bigger questions it raised.

Which reminds me, what did you think of the ending? I think Portman was wrong to kill it, even if it might have been the only way to stop the shimmer from spreading. There's just so much unanswered and it wasnt malicious, I think if communication could've been established it would have been really interesting. I 100% get why she did it though.
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Mr. Bean - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 01:27:24 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.395033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching the new season of Survivor

Family friendly television btw. the amount off ass and camel-toe this season is out of control
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Daffy Duck - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 02:33:04 EST ID:EDfoVDek No.395035 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched the first one and a half seasons of the wire years and years ago but never finished so I had to finish watching it obviously. I’m a few episodes into the 3rd season now.

I picked it up a while after finishing the sopranos in a extremely small amount of time once I started it after seeing none of it a few months ago. Don’t know why I didn’t watch either earlier. I guess I was slightly too young to be part of it when it was first popular. But I definitely took too long to watch the entirety of them once I heard about them.

I started the wire way before I even started the sopranos but I think I was too young to appreciate the wire so I didn’t stick with it as much. As a youngin’ (I guess like 15-16 years old like 5-6 years ago) I got bored at the beginning of season 2 because I was stupid. But shits dope obviously and I gotta watch the rest
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Jack Nicholson - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 02:56:53 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.395036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395035
Most people are turned off by season 2 on the first watch. I didn't truly appreciate it until a re-watch several years later. Good on you for coming back to the show.

inb4 people shit on Higgy for still not watching it

>>394956
>>395008
Brigsby Bear was so refreshing. I worked the premiere last year and had to wrangle the cast and crew. If it wasn't for Good Time, I'd list it as my favorite movie of last year. Still a strong second though.

btw; everyone should watch Good Time.
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Fuu - Thu, 08 Mar 2018 09:41:07 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395035
Fun fact: The lil kid who played Wallace is the same dude who played Killmonger. I didn't realize that.

Also great show. smh C-Higgy have some respect and watch the damn show
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 08:38:35 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.395072 Report Quick Reply
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>The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel s01e01 & 2 - Pilot & Ya Shivu v Bolshom Dome Na Kholme

My friend got me into it but so far I’ve really been enjoying it especially for the show’s dialogue and characters like Midge and Abe. Being a period comedy-drama, I think they’ve done an accurate and faithful portrayal of New York in 1958. And Luke Kirby, who I liked on Rectify, does an interesting portrayal of Lenny Bruce. Safe to say it’s one of Amazon’s best new shows and definitely worth a watch.
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Ken Russell - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 09:48:55 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395035
I recently started watching it too after seeing it mentioned on this board so often.
Currently at ep. 3 of season 3.
Season 2 wasn't as good as the first IMO, it dragged on a bit too much. So far season 3 has been more engaging.

Recognizing Method Man playing a character from just his voice was pretty funny btw.
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Dr. Wendy Smith - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 13:15:24 EST ID:RDMvrhhS No.395075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished The Night Manager, the BBC miniseries from 2016 based on the le Carre novel. I haven't read the novel, but I thought the series was great. Fantastic production values for TV with tons of location shooting (and the show hops from Egypt to London to Switzerland to Spain to Turkey, clearly being shot on location in each. I've been to Cairo so it's cool to see them shooting on streets I've visited over there) and top notch acting. Tom Hiddleston makes for a better leading man than he does a villain, quite frankly, and by that turn Hugh Laurie makes for a better villain than you'd think.
I'd recommend. It's only six episodes so you can fly through it.
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Boxy Brown - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 19:06:10 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.395085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395073
Season 2 is universally known as the worst season
The Wire ftw
DO YOU FUCKING HEAR ME CHIGGS?!
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Ace Ventura - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 00:29:11 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.395097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched the first season of Eastbound & Down. Pretty uneven at times but I can see the potential. Going to start the second season next week. It's so weird to see the naked guy from Reno 911 in something else. I can't tell if he always talks like that or if that's his shtick.

Watching Maximum Overdrive right now since it's on HBO Go for some reason and I haven't watched it since I was a kid. What an astronomically stupid movie, yet I'm oddly entertained by it. Steven King is such a nutjob.

>>395072

Everybody talking about The Wire and here you are watching this shit. When are you just going to come out and say you watched The Wire five years ago but you just pretend it doesn't exist just to annoy us?
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Reaper Heroes - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 02:13:21 EST ID:EnjcxdOp No.395098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching Jessica Jones Season 2 now.
So much better than the boring Punisher!
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 03:23:48 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.395100 Report Quick Reply
>The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel s03e03-5 - Because You Left, The Disappointment of the Dionne Quintuplets & Doink

It's starting to get into the nitty gritty of the world of standup comedy and Midge struggling with being a comedienne and her relationships with people like Susie and Joel. Alex Borstein and Tony Shalhoub on this show have been really entertaining and their comedic personalities shine through.

>>395097
It's a Bump While Watching thread that some people happen to be discussing the show, not a show thread. Dunno why it's a big deal and at this point it's become a running gag on here but I don't mind amd I'll watch it when I'm able to. I like talking about shows and movies on here that I don't see discussed on here and see if anyone else has watched them.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 10-03-2018 03:39:59
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Ace Ventura - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 06:02:05 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.395105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395100

I'm onto you, Chiggins. One day you're gonna slip up and we're gonna find out you've already watch The Wire and have been keeping it a secret.

Also I watched Observe & Report earlier and it was alright. Can definitely tell it's by the same guy behind Eastbound & Down since Seth Rogen basically plays "Kenny Powers: Mall Cop" in it. Not wall-to-wall funny but it had a few parts that were pretty fucking funny.
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Peggy Hill - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 21:19:43 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Downsizing

Great concept, terrible movie. Like i get what they were going for but it was just a complete mess. im glad i never seen it in cinema and im glad i downloaded it rather than renting it.
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Barbara Kodetová - Sun, 11 Mar 2018 09:50:54 EST ID:36qWrDag No.395167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Started watching Love on Netflix a few days ago cause it's all done now, it's pretty fun so far.
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genophyte - Mon, 12 Mar 2018 02:27:36 EST ID:I9nPhzzV No.395205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A Kid Called Mayonnaise
http://stream2watch.mx/a-kid-called-mayonnaise-s1e1-pilot/

gave me pete and pete vibes for sure , its a shame the pilot is all there is i think.

also just finished season 1 of Atlanta .
club episode and the last episode are season favorites.

getting ready to edible and binge season 2 of jessica jones monday
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Sir Loin - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 00:14:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Annihilation. Loved it.

I don't know what to make of the nature of the alien. Seems like it's just fucking around like some kind of cosmic trickster, trying to get a feel for things. Or maybe it's a baby. A new form of life and the shimmer is kinda like it's incubator. Idk but very fun concepts.
The cinematography was really good. There were quite a few scenes that felt Kubrick-esque. A few scenes felt reminiscent of some of the shots in Full Metal Jacket.
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Rose Tyler - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 01:53:52 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.395263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395259
IMO the alien was just that, completely alien, so ultimately its motives don't matter, it was just doing its thing, being totally alien and weird; and just for that fact alone, that it didn't want to rule the world or subjugate all humans or make a super weapon, it was just doing what it does, makes it better scifi than 90% of what gets released nowadays. Good shit
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Sir Loin - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 02:07:34 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395263
Yeah my theory is that it isn't carbon based. Just something totally alien even by standards with which we conceive aliens. Which like you said puts it in a league of its own because it's not lame little green men like aliens always are.
Also thanks for reminding me about the RLM review. I've been aching to see what they thought but had to exercise restraint because I really wanted to go into Annihilation with a blank slate.
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Nada - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 02:38:07 EST ID:no491XO4 No.395265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How come nobody but me realizes that Annihilation is a modern remake of Stalker? It's like I'm living in a crazy world!
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Sir Loin - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 03:39:16 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395265
I haven't seen it but I know a lot about the movie through osmosis and I think you're definitely on to something. It's basically the same concept except not manmade. Also it totally feels like a movie from the 70's with all the cerebral super effective suspense which you just don't get from sci fi movies anymore except for the rare one every couple years.

Stalker has been on my to do list for like a year but I kinda forgot. Thanks for recycling that thought and bringing it further to the top. I've got a full weekend of nothing coming up so I'm gonna watch it finally.
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Val Kilmer - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 11:29:49 EST ID:IBJAbzvX No.395282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395259
Just watched Annihilation. I don't think it was a trickster, as that implies maliciousness. I think maybe it had never encountered anything with consciousness like a humans and never had to deal with morality while spreading about the universe and populating. I figured the alien was like a glorified mold. Mold doesn't ruin bread because it's a trickster, it's just what it's biology tells it to do. However, humans have proved the first thing to introduce some higher levels of thinking into its mind and given it pause to stop and consider its actions. Now its moving into the human world to get a better idea what this whole humanity thing is about.
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Crowley - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 13:27:14 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lighthouse keeper's a fag
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Theora Jones - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 13:31:52 EST ID:8MbDiOMm No.395288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395287
>galaxy brain
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Tom Chaney - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 15:40:55 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.395292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395282
I feel like the common thread I'm picking up here between Alex Garlands movies is Situation occurs, Tragedy is encountered, The opportunity for reconciliation and beauty is encountered, reconciliation is denied due to human hubris (fear, arrogance, impulsive need for revenge).. I totally think if these bitches had chilled the fuck out they could have made a peaceful first contact. And what in the fuck was up with the military sending 5 underqualified and legitimately suicidal squaddies into the deadly shimmer...one of which is overinvolved in the mission emotionally due to her husbands incident..

Still loved the movie. Great stuff. Just watched it.
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Sir Loin - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 15:58:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395292
desperation I guess

they were throwaways
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Rose Tyler - Tue, 13 Mar 2018 18:06:49 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.395298 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395292
the head psychiatrist lady made a brief comment on how all the soldiers they sent in were "broken" in some fashion and didn't care it was suicide mission e.g. Oscar Isaac realizing his wife was cheating on him and said fuck it
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Bran Stark - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:06:48 EST ID:2cJqiCy4 No.395318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395265

I described it to a friend as "Stalker for normies", and while a little condescending it's not a bad description.

I loved it though and might read the book series, it seems interesting.
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Xev Bellringer - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 06:49:31 EST ID:xAXlHFU+ No.395319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395318
I hated the books and loved the movie, quit while you're ahead.
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High Five Ghost - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 07:08:17 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
goodbye uncle tom, it's on youtube

italian 'exploitation' film. i just watched the last 20 mins whch ive been meaning to do for a year or more

its crazy but really good
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Dana Scully - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 14:49:10 EST ID:kh6exSHW No.395331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Annihilation was fantastic. Alex Garland knows his Tarkovsky and it shows.

...And i pretty much agree with everything said here about the movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtePG4Pon_M
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Rory Pond - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 15:39:58 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.395335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395320
I fucking love that movie. Honestly if you are ever gonna show it to someone else only watch the last 20 minutes because the rest of it is god damn brutal
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Saruman - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:25:53 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched Inside No. 9 4x4 "To Have and to Hold"

This one was good. I kinda lost interest in the show after the first few of season 4 were meh, the two man show one I really hated lol. But this one was really good and a return to form imo. I really enjoyed the twist.
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Rasslion - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 20:49:47 EST ID:skoHQ1e3 No.395349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>392687
I would also recommend the films of Sion Sono. Specifically, Love Exposure
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Mickey Smith - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:46:57 EST ID:xAXlHFU+ No.395351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
New ep of The Mick was good. LOL at Jimmy getting tricked by some gay dude into practicing kissing for a day.

Looking for shows like The Mick and The Simpsons to watch with the family, something kids and adults can both enjoy without suicidal boredom setting in. Eyeing Malcolm In The Middle.
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Yasujiro Ozu - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:48:45 EST ID:vzR8Obmi No.395353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395351
Arrested Development or the IT Crowd. Thank me later
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 21:53:57 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.395354 Report Quick Reply
>>395351
Definitely Malcolm in the Middle. I’d also go with The Bernie Mac Show and Grounded for Life.
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Dana Scully - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:42:44 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i saw Live By Night by Ben Affleck on HBO a few days ago

it's so fucking bad i just feel bad for everyone involved. Made me nostalgic for the cinematography of Road to Perdition
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Ridley Scott - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 00:04:30 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.395356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just started my, I think, third rewatch of Sliders. Its been a few years since my last rewatch. Up to season 2 now and its still a lot of fun.

I think I've pretty much exhausted every Sci-Fi series/mini-series post ~1970 that has aired in the US, UK, Aus, or NZ and is moderately decent so aside from whatever is currently airing I've mostly just been rewatching shows I've already seen for the past several years.
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William Adama - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 00:29:21 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395356
I've been meaning to check this one out for a while. How is it? The premise seems pretty corny I'm curious how the execution is. Not that I have anything against corny, Farscape is one of my favorite shows and it's uber corny.

Have you seen Travelers? I recommend it. It came out a couple years ago and has had 2 seasons to date. It's got some pretty damn good talent and the premise is really fun. Typically when there are like glaring logical issues with the premise (like there are in Travelers) it will mess with my immersion but watching Travelers I don't have any trouble suspending disbelief which really speaks to how well it's executed.
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William Adama - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 01:40:10 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Decided to get stoned and finally check out Curb Your Enthusiasm tonight.

This was a very good decision.
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Inara Serra - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 02:47:41 EST ID:w/EkK2lr No.395362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395356

I loved Sliders back when I was a kid. Is it streaming on any services right now?
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Ridley Scott - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 03:56:27 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.395364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395357
I really like it but I'm a huge fan of sci-fi especially 90's to early 00's stuff. If you like that kind of thing its worth a watch IMO. Its drops off towards the end but its definitely watchable all the way through. I'd also recommend Space: Above and Beyond, First Wave, and Earth: Final Conflict if you haven't seen them and have already been through most of the more popular stuff.

I have seen Travelers. If its started in the last 10-15 years in English speaking countries and its sci-fi I've almost definitely seen it to the point where I even watched some of the more terrible shows that have come out recently just because its new content. On occasion I will run across something I haven't seen, usually from the 70s-early 00's, but its mostly obscure or not so great stuff at this point.

I work odd hours so when I'm not working its usually late at night/early in the morning when there isn't much else to do but watch tv.

>>395362
I'm not sure. I don't have cable or any streaming services.
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Toby Jones - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 07:30:24 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395368 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395362

The first season of sliders is fantastic. after that it gets a bit samey, but the first season everything was fantasitc.
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Jon Stewart - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:05:56 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.395377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395368
Second on Sliders.
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William Adama - Thu, 15 Mar 2018 16:33:00 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395364
Have you seen A Boy And His Dog (1975)?
That's a pretty good obscure sci fi movie I think.

It's not an amazing movie but it's a fun watch.
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Dean Venture - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 00:01:44 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wish somebody would have informed me a long time ago of the fact that Curb is just 100% ridiculous dry humor. Then I might have found this comedy gold in a more timely fashion.
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Larry Clark - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 08:11:06 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
>The Wire, last episodes of S4

Goddamn this shit got a bit too real. I expected some "how do I reach deez keedz", which it was for the most part, but now shit has hit the fan and everything comes crashing down on everybody.
Except for Mcnulty who is strangely absent most of the time and relegated to an extra with a couple of lines this season.
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Reuben Tishkoff - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 08:47:09 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.395423 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395422
that episode breaks my heart. Especially Dookie going back to the streets. And the one kid that snitched getting beat up at the foster home or whatever.

Though one of my fav lines ever was that in this season when they are rehearing going to a fancy restaurant in class and that little funny kid is like 'give me a grape soda and a crabcake, bitch'
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James T Kirk - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 14:02:13 EST ID:T+ydK6i+ No.395428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395422
>Except for Mcnulty who is strangely absent most of the time
Those are my favorite kind episodes. McNulty was the one part of the show that I just really didn't like.
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Joey Tribbiani - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 18:28:22 EST ID:VbuAK6Hx No.395430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rewatching Six Feet Under. This show fucking RADIATES empathy.
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Chandler Bing - Sat, 17 Mar 2018 18:09:07 EST ID:hQUQNVdO No.395450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395423
The rehearsal stuff was funny, but when they actually went to the restaurant and were all awkward and out-of-place was one of the saddest scenes in the series.
Christ, after finishing season 1, I remember thinking that the show couldn't get much more depressing than Bodie and Poot being forced to kill Wallace... hoooo boy, was I fucking wrong. As soon as season 4 introduced all the kids I knew that shit was going to be rough.
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Curtis Donovan - Sun, 18 Mar 2018 03:57:08 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched that annihilation movie, it was pretty great. definetly one il be moving to my external harddrive to rewatch later on.
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David Cronenberg - Sun, 18 Mar 2018 19:56:58 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.395479 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Amongst the top 5 of 2017, tbh.
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Zooey Deschanel - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 00:39:24 EST ID:79LfI2iJ No.395489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching Annihilation and it's pretty good so far. Netflix is putting out some damn good stuff these days. I'm also realizing that Oscar Isaac all over the place lately, he's a good actor.
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Franklin Bluth - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 02:48:17 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.395491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395479
Good movie. Cool to see Pattinson having his DeCaprio moment, and successfully breaking his mold of a typecast pretty boy.
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Sailor Moon - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 04:10:13 EST ID:NeVegmoY No.395492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395489
Lol Annihilation was not made by Netflix you must be from Europe it sent directly to Netflix there. It bombed super hard in US theaters
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Jon Stewart - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 05:11:46 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395493 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395492

Fair enough, the download i had had the whole netflix thingo which i usually associate with netflix stuff.

Did it actually bomb? i mean i can totally see why (it wasnt animated or superheros) but it was a good movie
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Don Hertzfeldt - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 05:21:41 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395493
30 million in sales on a 40 million budget is pretty bad after almost a month.

Obviously sales will never tell you whether or not you yourself enjoy a movie or think it's good/bad.
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Jorah Mormont - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 07:57:23 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395496 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395494
That's not entirely true, poor sales in US theatres is a good indicator that it's an extreme of either totally stupid or actually pretty good.
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Jim Moriarty - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 08:05:14 EST ID:ReS6ZPPG No.395497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395491

Pattinson has been doing some real good stuff with David Cronenberg too. Had you told me in 2009 that Robert Pattinson would be a stand-out actor in quality cinema... I'd laugh at you. I hope he goes far, dude is hella talented and I'm glad he's putting that talent towards meaningful films, rather than summer blockbusters long forgotten.
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Don Hertzfeldt - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 08:43:03 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395496
You're right, I didn't notice the numbers I pulled were for 'domestic'
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The Comedian - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 11:57:29 EST ID:1V4rTTG/ No.395507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Binge watched a bit of Curb Your Enthusiasm over the weekend. I have a question. Is Seinfeld (the character) more like Larry David or Jerry Seinfeld? Or did Larry David just find his twin in Jerry Seinfeld and that's why the show works so well?
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Scarlett Johansson - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 12:34:46 EST ID:P/dc38kp No.395509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395507
Larry is George Costanza.
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Jorah Mormont - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 17:37:26 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395516 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Enjoying the SFX of Annihilation, the psychedelic stuff they can now pull off convincingly fits well with it.
As for the plot, as I thought when I was reading the books, it's just Solaris meets Stalker with extra female empowerment. Not bad though.
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Jorah Mormont - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 18:41:05 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395516
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Jorah Mormont - Mon, 19 Mar 2018 19:51:16 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I don't want to keep thinking about it but there's a great argument here to be made that "lighthouse keeper's a fag" is an important interpretation. It's all to do with refraction, everything in the normal order of things being mixed together faster and faster; people fighting it or analysing it , or giving in losing their traditional identity and bodily boundaries and all the while there's an ever-present hint of oily slick opalescent rainbow, the gay flag emanating from the now engulfed phallic symbol of the lighthouse, a liminal space where a gay lighthouse keeper was the only one present at the start. What are the first words spoken by the husband in the recording? 'I thought I was a man'. Notice when they talk about the previous expeditions which failed, the word they use is 'military' but there's an obvious implication they meant 'male', so of course an all-female expedition fares better, despite also becoming absorbed along the way. Look how rugged and hairy the husband who blows himself up is, compare him to the clean-shaven and well presented husband behind the camera. Then inside the lighthouse, that male symbol, is a feminine cavern along the psychosexual designs of Giger's nightmares, the phallus has become liminal inside of itself, turning into something sick and dark that infects and splinters everything it comes into contact with. It's a commentary on postmodernism, clearly. Body politics, sexuality, all that. Memes; postmodern information that divides itself and spread ideas like cancer, accelerated by computers and the web. Jeff Vandermeer, the author of the books, is an outspoken feminist but it's not hard to read this as a manifestation of his subconscious fears about the world we're ushering in. Listen to the doctor's final speech with this in mind.
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Snake Plissken - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 00:59:52 EST ID:KoXMbKS+ No.395525 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395507

He's a combination of both. If you watch some Jerry Seinfeld stand-up (even the little bits he does to bookend the show episodes) you can tell what bits Jerry wrote and what bits Larry wrote for Jerry's character. Costanza is widely regarded as basically being Larry, but Larry also wrote bits for other characters on the show.

But you're right, though, the show worked so damn well because Seinfeld and David shared a lot of the same thoughts regarding their observational and sociological humor.
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Rudy Wade - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 02:21:26 EST ID:bytHZHsp No.395526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395517
Fucking A+
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 10:40:00 EST ID:Ta6b4aea No.395535 Report Quick Reply
Been busy lately but those two movies I had mentioned earlier in the thread that my friend had me watch with her was the Sex and the City movie and Murder on the Orient Express. She binged Sex and the City and I watched some episodes here and there but I find it to be a hit or miss show. Carrie is a shitty protagonist though, more into Charlotte and Samantha and Miranda to a smaller extent. As for the movie, it was what it was and a resolution to Carrie and Mr. Big’s whole will they or won’t they story. Don’t have much else to say about it.

I thought Murder on the Orient Express was pretty good especially with Kenneth Branagh playing Hercule Poirot but I didn’t like the ending. I get that it’s a faithful adaptation of the book but it feels like a cop out finding out that everyone on the train killed Cassetti because of his involvement with the Armstrong kidnapping and Poirot is all like “well he deserved it so I’m gonna live with this lie now.” Such bullshit that was. I haven’t been this let down by an ending since The Village. Anyways here’s the shows I’ve watched recently:

>The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel s01e06-8 - "Mrs. X at the Gaslight, Put That On Your Plate! & Thank You and Good Night
What a way to end the season and man the scene where Joel had to watch Midge perform and then get buried by Susie was one of those moments where you felt both good that Joel was finally getting his comeuppance for being an asshole who cheated on his wife and bad because Joel had become a broken man and a shell of his former self. Really gotta give the show credit for its great casting and I can retroactively put this show on my best shows of 2017 list.

>Baskets s03e07 & 8 – Women’s Conference & Commercial
Surprised to see Lori Greiner make a guest appearance considering I watch a lot of Shark Tank. Two great episodes though and Martha having to get up on stage and given a striptease only to accidentally fall off the stage was funny but also awkward as hell to watch but her character is a great source of humor. I also felt bad that Ken fucked up by slapping Dale although Dale was being an asshole but Ken stepped out of line in slapping him. The parodies of those low budget local commercials on the show were my favorite part though.

>The Mick s02e16 & 17 – The Accident & The Night Off
This season has been funny as hell so far and my favorite parts have involved Jimmy, Alba and Ben. Both episodes were pretty over the top but the scenes where Alba got stuck in the train bathroom and Jimmy getting into yet another fistfight and befriended someone only to find out he was gay were hilarious. I’m also surprised at the grossout humor like Ben pissing on everyone at the slumber party and Chip bleeding out in the bathtub but I think they do a good job of not making it so over the top where it’s not funny and grotesque.

>This Is Us s02e17 & 18 – This Big, Amazing, Beautiful Life & The Wedding
The final two episodes of the season were emotional yet also uplifting while giving a glimpse of what’s to come in the show’s future, which seeing . It hit upon all the expected things that I imagined would happen like Randall and Beth taking in Deja, Kate finally moving on with her life and marrying Toby, and Kevin allowing himself to grieve over Jack. All in all, it was a good season and now that we finally know how Jack died, I’d like to think that for next season we’ll see Jack’s life before he met Rebecca and his relationship with his brother Nicky serving in Vietnam.

>Good Girls s01e03 – Borderline
So let me understand this, Beth, Ruby and Annie deliver the $60K they owe Rio and do another job for him smuggling counterfeit money across the border yet Beth still possibly wants to do business with him? What’s the point? They left it at a cliffhanger but I assume because she likes doing it and can help take her mind off of her life as a housewife probably.

>The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story s02e07 & 8 – Ascent & Creator/Destroyer
This show has spent more time on Andrew Cunanan than Gianni Versace but I’m digging the show’s format and seeing the development of how Cunanan became a serial killer that killed Versace. This season has nowhere near the ratings and publicity that The People v. OJ Simpson did for obvious reasons but it’s remarkably different stylistically and Darren Criss has been remarkable in his portrayal of Cunanan. His dad is a two faced asshole though.

>>395075
Yeah I watched it when it aired on AMC. I thought it was a really good miniseries. Looking forward to seeing how they adapt The Little Drummer Boy.
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Pack Blowfist - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 14:13:00 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.395544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Friday the 13th the Series
>Nothing to do with Jason, Crystal Lake, or even Jason's mother.
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Terry Gilliam - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 14:35:04 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Peggy Sue got Married (1986)

no idea why I had this on hand and decided to watch it randomly.. well executed (francis coppola) but generally average. way too many missed opportunities with period music given it was a period piece set mostly in 1960. Waste of time.
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Dr. Beverly Crusher - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 19:24:54 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sneaky Pete fuckin sucks.

Decided to give The Sopranos an other shot and maybe it' sjust because I was watching Sneaky Pete before this but this show is actually great this time around. Maybe I was just too young when I first watched it.
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Dr. Beverly Crusher - Tue, 20 Mar 2018 19:25:55 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395558 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395547
Alternate title:
>Mary Sue got Pegged
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Winston Zeddmore - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 01:21:40 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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God I hope this bitch gets whacked. I hope it's bloody too.

Better yet, I hope she burns alive like Chuck did.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 21-03-2018 18:24:48
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Max Rockatansky - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 02:50:07 EST ID:xIveqQxk No.395567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395566

You're in for a wild ride.
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Natalie Portman - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 14:48:41 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395566

honestly the ability to make characters you hate is part of the genius of this show. I mean how many other shows have characters like Janice or Tony's mom, people you can hate to that degree?

this guy was pretty amazing too. You want to believe it's exaggerated caricature but most of us have known some dude like this in our lives, someone with almost no redeeming qualities who seems to get away with it forever.

overall I hate Janice the most tbqh
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Winston Zeddmore - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 15:43:52 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395573
They just introduced Janice and I can already tell I'm going to hate her. She's a chip off the old block but a lot dumber and more nosey.
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Natalie Portman - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 16:04:54 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395574
>hasn't seen the full 7 seasons yet

brother, buckle in
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Agent Smith - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:14:31 EST ID:hGukohEQ No.395578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395566
That had better not be a Better Call Saul spoiler or so help me I'm gonna fucking kill you.
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Winston Zeddmore - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 18:58:58 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395578
lol sry m8, but to be fair if you're anything like me you probably would have read it with or without the spoiler tag
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Gina Torres - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 23:54:56 EST ID:36qWrDag No.395604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the new Jumanji. Not bad at all, actually pretty good for what it was.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 00:11:37 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.395608 Report Quick Reply
>>395544
Has there ever been a good show based off of a horror movie franchise that was any good besides Ash vs. Evil Dead?

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 22-03-2018 00:12:13
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Beavis - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 19:12:41 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.395629 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395608

Bates Motel, duh.
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Dr. Krieger - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 19:20:39 EST ID:WdVSLmQR No.395631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395608

there's always Supernatural if you're a 17 year old girl
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Edward Norton - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 21:03:21 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395637 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395631
Nah Supernatural is pretty good for anyone who likes horror or supernatural type shit.

I mean yeah, the two leads are basically male models but it's not that bad.

Also, it's not really based on a movie more like based on tons of different recycled tropes and ideas.

>>395629
Oh shit, u right.
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Frodo Baggins - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 23:10:00 EST ID:VCq9rjRn No.395639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
Just watched Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, out of the recommendation from a number of co-workers.

Was pretty good actually, acting was a little spotty in places and the ending left a lot to be desired; but overall I was surprised by the direction to movie took as well as the actions of the main characters rejecting morality. It's worth a watch if your into light drama with some dark comedy mixed in.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 22 Mar 2018 23:19:14 EST ID:coeoQWWc No.395640 Report Quick Reply
>>395629
Oh yeah that’s right. Still gotta watch the rest of the final season.
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Lalla Ward - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 01:48:30 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.395645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395639
I went into it thinking it was a straight drama, and was pleasantly surprised at how how much black humor there was. Good watch.
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Bolt Vanderhuge - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 06:14:26 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395651 Report Quick Reply
>>395629
Not even that good a show. How did nobody say Hannibal as the good horror franchise TV show?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 07:13:33 EST ID:H+YsNUdt No.395652 Report Quick Reply
>>395651
Because that was based off the books.
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Bolt Vanderhuge - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 07:36:36 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395653 Report Quick Reply
>>395652
ah, interesting distinction. I guess that's why Penny Dreadful wasn't mentioned either, even though all the characters are iconic film characters?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 08:41:07 EST ID:034NJhE3 No.395654 Report Quick Reply
>>395653
Penny Dreadful is an original series and not an adaptation of any sort but it uses characters from Victorian literature in the same vein as The League of Extroadinary Gentlemen does.
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Bolt Vanderhuge - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 08:55:01 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395655 Report Quick Reply
>>395654
Ah.
Speaking of the Friday The 13th show, anyone remember the old Nightmare On Elm Street show where Freddy Kruger told the audience Tales From The Crypt style stories with him as the Cryptkeeper?
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Pussy Galore - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 11:06:02 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395655
No but I remember in one of the Nightmare on Elmstreet movies the actual movies themselves are in-universe canon or some shit and Robert Englund shows up on a talkshow dressed as Freddy or something even though he plays the actual Freddy in the movie who does exist for real even though he's a fictional character played by Robert Englund in this weird meta universe.
That shit was weird as hell.

nb
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 12:16:30 EST ID:JLlPykI5 No.395660 Report Quick Reply
>>395657
That was Wes Craven’s New Nightmare but Freddy’s depiction in that film is what Craven originally intended him to be as less comical and more scary.
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Russel Crowe - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 13:49:46 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.395662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395660

And his idea of more scary included a purple coat?
I was also gonna include the fedora being green but that might just be from the lighting making the brown look green.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:07:26 EST ID:5FP/0v4B No.395665 Report Quick Reply
>>395662
Yeah I dunno how adding a trenchcoat is supposed to make him look scarier as it looks cheaply made like production bought it at a thrift shop.
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Keanu Reeves - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:39:50 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.395666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395655

I know exactly which one you're talking about, we played it once I think on Fear20. Actually there are two TV series starring Freddy Kruger, the 88*90 Freddy's Nightmares and the 05*- ANoES Real Nightmares. I'm not sure anyone's seen that one though, the imdb page is nearly blank.
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Tom Peters - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 19:15:29 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.395676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395651

Bates Motel had a god-tier 1st season, diddled it's butt for the next 2 seasons, and then finally got serious in the last two. If you take it as a whole, it's not the best thing that happened, but if you focus on season 1, 4, and 5 then it is absolutely fantastic. I'm glad it's over tho
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Troy Barnes - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 20:39:55 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
im watching youtube interviews,t here are 1000 joe rogans out there
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Randall Graves - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 22:07:58 EST ID:DeQFCwKG No.395682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally got around to watching the last handful of episodes of The Walking Dead Season 6. Having the big cliffhanger spoiled a year and a half ago really killed my interest in the series after I binge watched up to halfway through Season 6 to get caught up (before work caused me to lag behind again). The show seems to be getting pretty cookie cutter as it goes on: whenever group finds new people they're either completely inept or pure evil, Rick's group shows dominance to the inept group and kills the evil group, established characters keep doing stupid and/or shitty things so you can never get behind a character or characters disappear for multiple episodes at a time (seriously, where in the fuck did the big-titty lesbian go in the second half of Season 6??), people always act as dumb as possible whenever a supply run needs to be done, despite these assholes having been doing this shit in the zombie apocalypse for like 5 in-show timeline years now. I dunno, I have Season 7 ready to watch but I feel like I have to will myself to watch it and then catch up on Season 8 once the whole thing is available.

Here's hoping that weird-looking arctic horror show with Jared Harris turns out good because it looks pretty interesting from the commercials.
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Jon Stewart - Fri, 23 Mar 2018 23:35:28 EST ID:6Qq7ngyu No.395683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Coco fucked a nigga up. I don't know of you ever had to watch a family member slowly die, but it's hard not to be weird about that shit. 4/5
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Big Dan Teague - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 01:04:29 EST ID:wb6OQ0fz No.395684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395682
Yeah I've totally lost interest and i have a lot of patience with shows. They just really screwed up by trying to stretch the war out over two seasons. There are only so many lame cliffhangers i can take before enough is enough.

That being said I'll probably still watch but I've got some really cool older shows on my list right now that are guaranteed good.
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Randall Graves - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 03:20:47 EST ID:DeQFCwKG No.395687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395683

Man, I haven't watched Conan in a few years now. I just kinda stopped watching late nite TV completely back around the time Colbert took over for Letterman and Jon Stewart left the Daily Show. It kind of had a larger effect in that I didn't watch more Conan as a result and just stopped watching all of it.
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Frank Gallagher - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 04:50:52 EST ID:vhoDx6ZL No.395690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395687
lol
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genophyte - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 09:44:42 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.395693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395690
riight it tookme a second until i went back and realized

>coco
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Troy Barnes - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 10:08:36 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395696 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395683
i'm with you on that. I'm still trying to process what happened to Colbert. Whenever I see a reference to him in a meme or news article or such I still have this feeling of "he's still doing that? It's still going on?"
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 10:52:13 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.395697 Report Quick Reply
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Finished watching 13 Reasons Why. The show’s whole premise of Hannah making those tapes of the 13 reasons why she decided to kill herself felt way too much and just glamourizes suicide I think especially the scene where she actually kills herself was really hard for me to watch but I’m glad they didn’t shy away from showing it. No wonder they just added this before the beginning of the season - https://youtu.be/WU-iQ9mA31Y

However I feel that the way that the show broached the issue as well as other issues were handled pretty well for the most part. I thought Clay as a protagonist from
an acting standpoint did an incredible job and seeing how he develops as a character throughout the course of the season.
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Val Kilmer - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 15:42:57 EST ID:oyfZnAob No.395701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Has anyone watched this yet? I'm probably going to check it out once this tincture kicks in.
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Bialar Crais - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 15:54:36 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395697
I didn't think they did a very good job.

If there was anyone suicidal watching this, the show seems to imply that there is nobody that they can trust and that you can't talk to adults because " they won't understand."
A lot of it is overly sensational and irresponsibly written.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 16:49:59 EST ID:eRjkoixP No.395703 Report Quick Reply
>>395702
Yeah I felt like with Hannah, it was hard for me to sympathize with her like when Zach was trying to be friendly and be friends with her and she just treated him like dirt and yeah there was some really shitty things that happened like Bryce raping her and Tyler stalking her but everything else I felt like were overreactions. When I meant that the issues were handled pretty well, I meant it more from the perspective of having watched other teen dramas but there were some parts that I took issue like the communication between teens and adults.
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Bialar Crais - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 19:57:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395703
Yeah typically I wouldn't judge a teen drama so harshly but because of the subject matter and knowing a few people who self pwned it kinda makes me hate the show.
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Jesse Pinkman - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 20:15:54 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.395706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395701

They ran a million ads for it during last weekend's NCAA games. I had no idea they did a Workaholics reunion. The premise sounds retarded but I guess it'll have some funny moments when they bullshit with each other. I'm still surprised that Adam became the big mainstream star out of the three, I had my money on Blake. Anyways, I'll have to check it out whenever get back to subbing to Netflix again since they recently sent me a new free trial since it's been so long since I last subbed,
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 24 Mar 2018 20:49:45 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.395709 Report Quick Reply
Finished the final season of Love. It was pretty good and learning about Gus’ embarrassing past. I was surprised that Gus and Mickey ended up getting married.

Starting on seaaon 2 of Santa Clarita Diet now.

>>395705
You’re not the only one. One of my friends had attempted suicide several years ago. She basically didn’t like the show at all and felt that it was irresponsible to actually show her suicide because it glorifies the act and would inspire others to do the same and further deters teens from taking a good message from the show since if could have been modeled in a way of trying to get help when you’re feeling suicidal. However she’d be interested in watching the series again and see what her thoughts are.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 24-03-2018 20:50:39
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David Lean - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 05:54:47 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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After watching more of The Sopranos I'm really falling in love with this show. It's really fuckin entertaining. I think my favorite aspect of it is the humor. I really enjoy casual racism depictions in TV when they're done right and in a humorous light. It seems like in every episode of this show there's a new and unique way of making a racist joke that I haven't heard before. Not to mention all the other hilariously absurd shit people often say and just the crazy situations.
Don't get me wrong, the drama is excellent but the humor is what really sticks for me with this show. And also the characters.
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Richard Attenborough - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 06:18:05 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395771 Report Quick Reply
>>395770
I like that they use the South Park/Cartman excuse to get away with Tony saying horrible racist shit on the regular. Tony taught me that only gay guys read books and that black guys have sex with their sisters.
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Rupert Grint - Mon, 26 Mar 2018 07:27:45 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395770

everything about the sopranos is fantastic, its literally top tier television. you'd be hard pressed to find something better, i think breaking bad is the only show that comes close.
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Heat Vision - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 08:49:08 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.395824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the Lego Justice League movie because my 6 year old nephew stayed over.

It was surprisingly decent, pretty much on par with the excellent animated series from years ago, just a lot more whimsical and a less complicated story.

The whole Lego "anything" style isn't doing anything for me though, it's pretty much an aesthetic only style at this point since they don't really make lego specific jokes or w/e.
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Cobra Commander - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 10:46:14 EST ID:WdVSLmQR No.395829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395774

so i gather it has a lot of adult language/conversation, what about violence, nudity, drug use, etc.?
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Ken Loach - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 11:43:53 EST ID:36qWrDag No.395835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395829
it checks all those boxes. probably the best show of all time.
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Conky - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 18:47:26 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched the lastest simpsons and family guy episodes.

I am REALLY enjoying the simpsons this season.
Family guy is probably at its lowest point ever, not even a brian and stewie episode can save them anymore.

If any writers of the simpsons happen to be reading this KEEP IT UP! you're doing great!
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Stan Laurel - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 19:04:30 EST ID:VuMiSL4u No.395855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395770
When he's asking Melfi about the name of a speech impediment mimicking it and she just deadpan replies "cleft palette" I nearly died, and when he tells the ridiculous made up story about the ice cream truck on the golf course and everyone just stares at him. So many fantastic actors and incredible scripts. Even the scenes where literally nothing happens are fantastic. It's like Mad Men clever but came first and things actually happen. Probably the best TV show ever.
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Ice-T - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 19:33:37 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395856 Report Quick Reply
>>395854
I've seen all but the last 2 eps of the new Simpsons season. Quit lying to people that it's actually good again, LOL imo it still sucks, I only have been watching under protest with a family member. The only 2 decent eps were the two non-canon parody eps, the Halloween one and the season premiere Game Of Thrones episode.
I mean, did you see that retarded episode where teenage Lisa helped Homer overcome his alcoholism? What trash.
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Grima Wormtongue - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:43:18 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.395857 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395855
That whole story was really fucked up lol.

I really love Melfi btw. Her whole story arc with Tony is a really brilliant addition to the show. Plus she kinda reminds me of Dana Scully so I've got the hots for her a bit.
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Saint-Exmin - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 00:05:46 EST ID:B7GNH/HW No.395863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395854
Man that recent Stewie episode was good though. The Sherlock Holmes one though, yeah, pretty rough.
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Flink - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 01:21:35 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.395868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395854
If that webm is any indication, it's still steaming garbage, and you're a lying sack.
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Doyle - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 04:16:55 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395877 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395868

What? how can i be lying about my own opinion?

>>395856
Uhh huh okay then ;) its okay, i know its uncool to like modern day simpsons ;)
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Kate Mulgrew - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 06:20:01 EST ID:MlwhQX77 No.395888 Report Quick Reply
>>395877
>i know its uncool to like modern day simpsons
Knowing this meme made me actually go in with a more open mind. I figured the hate was exaggerated. I only saw scattered eps growing up so I'm not fully indoctrinated into being obsessed with the old years and letting that taint my viewings of new eps. But they flat out bored me. Also, if I had been a long term fan, that flash-forward episode about Homer's battle with alcoholism would have pissed me off more than it already did. I just went over the wiki episode list incase there was some amazing episode that slipped my mind, but they;re as bad as I recall. Like the one where Lisa and Marge write a graphic novel? Painfully bad.
>how can i be lying about my own opinion?
This is all IMO obviously. But if I see someone put out a PSA saying "New Simpsons stopped sucking" I am going to put out my own counter-memo
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Doyle - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 08:13:03 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.395897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395888

Really? i liked the lisa and marge graphic novel episode. What about last weeks episode where its a mystery about who stole the painting?

I mean i can totally see the obvious throwbacks to classic episodes as being annoying, like the pin pals episode was probably my least favourite but it was alright, it wasnt horrible.

But at the end of the day you dont need to like the simpsons, theres nothing wrong with disliking it, it just gets undue hate, i still enjoy it when people go back and watch the original seasons and go "oh wow i totally didnt get that joke! when i was a kid!" maybe the same will happen with the newer seasons, maybe one day people will watch them and see them how i see them.
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Luke Skywalker - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 10:34:00 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.395908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Something about the most recent American Dad seems oddly familiar.
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Riddick - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:18:32 EST ID:r8D6zVXH No.395949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>395877
New Simpsons is objectively bad. It's not even up for debate.

I have a theory Al Jean intentionally ran it into the ground because Groening didn't like The Critic.

Season 15 was when Simpsons became completely unwatchable. It's also when Al Jean took over as the only showrunner.

This guy should go down as the man who ruined The Simpsons.
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Riddick - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:23:14 EST ID:r8D6zVXH No.395951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395949
*Since season 13 actually

http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_show_runners
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Sark - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:23:53 EST ID:tfy5k/99 No.395952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395949

15 seems far too late. I remember shit being majority bad in either season 11 or 12, like 2000/2001.
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Dr. Hank McCoy - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 17:54:07 EST ID:BfUrmG4i No.395959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395949
i really wish they played The Critic reruns. also they need to play Duckman. probably both the Jewiest cartoons of the 90s outside of the Simpsons and Dr Katz.. well actually nvm
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Enola - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 18:13:13 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.395966 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395959

Not enough episodes to sell an appealing syndication package, most likely.
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Enola - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 18:42:28 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.395974 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Completely forgot about Fear the Walking Dead so I started season 2. Didn't really like the first season, but it was only 6 episodes long so I figured I would give the second season a shot to see if it gets better. First episode of the second season is pretty bad. Not a good episode to start a season off with because it's plodding, not a lot happens, and characters continue to act stupid. Oh well, second season is fifteen goddamn episodes long so I imagine a hell of a lot will change over the next 14 episodes (if I can get through them).
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Enola - Wed, 28 Mar 2018 18:45:15 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.395976 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395974

Also, I'm not sure if I'm watching a bad rip but the first episode of season 2 was shot reeeeally weird. Some shots had a bizarre stretching to them like they were shot in 4:3 and then were stretched to 16:9. No idea if this was an artistic decision or what. Also floating/swimming zombies is stupid. Wouldn't they sink once their blood coagulated and the water dried up/exited their body?
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Gene Hackman - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 00:55:46 EST ID:Paiybvgj No.396014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395976
No, decomposition fills the tissue with gases. That's why even severed limbs will float after decomposition has started. If you've ever seen a corpse after a week or so the entire body will look bloated and the skin is tight.
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Buster Keaton - Thu, 29 Mar 2018 18:05:29 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Roxanne roxanne a movie about roxanne shante.

It was okay, i dont think i'll watch it again any time soon.
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Tony Soprano - Sun, 01 Apr 2018 02:06:09 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Second episode into Fear the Walking Dead season 2, not off to a great start. More completely stupid decisions by every character (except Strand, who's seriously the best part of the show so far) and new characters that, surprise, turn out to be evil and die anyways because I guess their deaths are supposed to shape our stupid main characters and teach them how to be less stupid by osmosis. Thirteen more episodes to go. :|

On a more positive note, I'm three episodes into the second season of Eastbound & Down and I like this season much more than the first season so far. The show feels like it's finding its footing. Looking forward to the rest of this season, it gives me Brockmire vibes in a way, which is a great thing. Speaking of which, stoked as hell for season 2 of Brockmire, and really glad to hear IFC renewed it for two more seasons already.
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genophyte - Sun, 01 Apr 2018 13:29:00 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.396120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396113
i'll be honest , the stupid decisions get even more ridiculous and you can probably guess who it is already that is winning the darwin award for fucking everything up.

personally i stuck through the show and im oddly hyped for season four.
season 3 ,if you struggled and barely made it through season 2 will probably put you off of ftwd .

currently started ugly betty with a lady friend for weekly sunday smoke&couch potato binge watching.
never watched it before , its not too bad so far and its our trade off for my show pick last binge session of farscape
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Father Jack Hackett - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 02:12:00 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Season 5 of The Sopranos is fuckin nuts.

There weren't any seasons that were boring, but there were 1 or 2 that were extremely uneventful in comparison to the way this shit is ramping up now.

There are some really beautifully written arcs in this show that go on over so many seasons that it makes me wonder if they had the entire thing written out before they even started producing the show. I can probably only think of one other show that was executed so well with such complex arcs and characters and that's Babylon 5 and they already had the entire thing outlined for 4 seasons before they started season 1.
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Jan Skylar - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 15:49:15 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.396154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396120
Ugly Betty is charming in it's own way. I think it would have worked better if it had a dash more telenovela style in it like Jane the Virgin. Guess it was too early for ABC to try something like that.
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genophyte - Mon, 02 Apr 2018 20:36:58 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.396161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396154
we got 9 episodes in , and im actually sold on this show. its not particularly my style at all save for the quirk and aspects of humor ,but by episode 4 it just grew on me .

also turns out its a remake of a remake with Betty la fea being the original columbian show and La Fea Más Bella being the second mexican version .

ive seen chunks of the second ttelenovela over the years whenever i would go to my local mexican grocery /restaurant . never paid it much mind other than noticing whenever i saw it on it was way more over the top than the usual telemundo stuff .

kinda goes to show you cant judge a show on the fandom.

jane the virgin is a new one to me so i'll throw that one into our binge watch vote pool.
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T'Pol - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 03:15:05 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.396165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396161
Ugly Betty is the softball version of all the remakes. First two seasons are really good.

Jane the Virgin is a self-aware love letter to telenovelas. The narrator makes the show for me.
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Rip Slagcheek - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 07:22:51 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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As The Sopranos goes on it gets harder and harder to watch as Artie Bucco spirals further and further. Like it's not even like that feeling of watching a trainwreck where you can't look away. It's more like cringing hard at some dude being a total degenerate but I think what makes me cringe so bad is that he's so relatable in many ways. He's one of the few everyman types in the show.
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Steve Urkel - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 09:04:57 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396170

Decided to download episode 3 of season 10 of rosanne. are they unaware how cringe inducing laugh tracks are in modern terlevision?

not a fan of it. why john goodman signed his good name to this is beyond me, he just have either been bored, nostalgic or being paid loads of dough.
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Bobby R. Hill - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 10:07:42 EST ID:oyfZnAob No.396216 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396214
What are you on about, John Goodman is in the transformers movies
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Michael Cimino - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 10:31:18 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396216
So is John Turturro, we all make mistakes.
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Rose McGowan - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 14:01:37 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Docuseries Voyage of the Continents

Highly recommend with anyone who enjoys geology type stuff. Very great series. I've watched tons of documentaries and series about general geology stuff and this is probably the best I've seen.
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Rose McGowan - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 14:02:26 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396221
Meant to add that it's on Amazon Prime Video nbb
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Echo - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 16:14:47 EST ID:BdbnQYje No.396223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching Hunger (Original title in Norwegian: Sult)

It's really a great fucking movie, since you can't get the inner narrative of the main person in the movie it's not as great as the book, but it's without a doubt a great classic!
Recommend it guys, I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one who can relate to the protagonist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ae16ShbvmIg
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Steve Urkel - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 18:57:02 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396216

is he really? damn. my opinion of his is just sliding down and down now. i keep thinking of him as actor who does movies like the big lebowski, but now ive just remembered he is in the flintstones and a whole bunch of other shitty movies, blues brothers 2000... whoops! my bad!
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Terry Nation - Thu, 05 Apr 2018 19:03:52 EST ID:gjOCB4fb No.396249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In season 2 of both Malcolm In The Middle and also That 70s Show. Does either show eventually get shitty? If yes, which season? I want to be mentally prepared. I think I heard some cast members leave 70s Show before the final season but hate googling shit like that because i get a million spoilers.
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David Banner - Thu, 05 Apr 2018 20:04:40 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.396250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396249
Yeah, T7S got really shitty toward the end after like two of the main cast members left. Laura Prepon and Topher Grace if memory serves.
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Ace Ventura - Thu, 05 Apr 2018 21:24:13 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396233
Work is work.

Movie biz can be fickle so you gotta get it when you.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 05 Apr 2018 22:55:58 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.396252 Report Quick Reply
>>396249
Malcolm in the Middle is one of my favorite comedies ever although I did feel that the last two seasons were a step down. Season 3 was my favorite.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 01:16:04 EST ID:rlNQ1eiS No.396254 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Carnivale, fucking 9/10 but FUCK YOU HBO how can you leave me on such a cliffhanger?! HOW CAN YOU KILL FUCKING JONESY?! I guess in the end evil did win because we did get nuclear weapons after all, but come on, I WANT MORE, I NEED MORE
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Flink - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 07:02:57 EST ID:x7Mc3Mwx No.396260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396254
Honestly, HBO didn't have a choice. Daniel Knauf got caught plagiarizing or at least lifting story elements and characters from someone he worked with at some point. Lawsuit was filed and then settled out of court. Honestly, with HBO's habit of being budget pussies even for acclaimed shows I think Carnivale was going down anyway.
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Joolushko Tunai Fenta Hovallis - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 08:18:04 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.396261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396254
agreed, I loved that show.
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Howard Moon - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 12:26:57 EST ID:rPW5zLNx No.396266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396254
Have the superior version
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Natashe Henstridge - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 14:06:39 EST ID:RUKiwDB1 No.396268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fresh off the Larry Sanders Show first time watching it, fuck that was a great show glad i finally got around to seeing it; Garry Shandling RIP baby boy, you did so much for us I thank thee

To continue the trend of fictitious celeb show I've been going back and forth with Entourage and Extras; seen Extras shit's gold but sadly so short so I'm mixing in Entourage which I have never seen; which honestly only a first season in and while it's funny in some moments its so BRO-ish and a relic of it's era of early 2000s (with its music and vibe) that it feels dated and tough to swallow (like the opening theme [which I'm hoping changes in season 2] just sounds so late 90s/early 00s), gonna keep going tho since i hear its worth; right?
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Ace Ventura - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 15:29:30 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Found this show called The Mystery of Matter and it's about 7 different scientists that helped us get to the point we are now with the elements we know. It's hosted by this dude from Lost so it's pretty dope.
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Garrus Vakarian - Fri, 06 Apr 2018 16:13:28 EST ID:WdVSLmQR No.396271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396270

that guy looks a little weird with his bug eyes, but man if he didn't act incredibly well in lost. i seriously think he may have had the best performance of the entire cast. him or john locke. worst actor was fucking charlie, i was so happy when he drowned
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Lindsay Weir - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 14:57:06 EST ID:FK6xQbA1 No.396309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Mission to Mars (2000)
I saw it as a kid and never knew the name of it till last night
This movie goes hard
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Edward James Olmos - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 16:15:07 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396311 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Trying to watch The City & The City but buffering problems.
It seems like it might be good but without the slow reveal of what's actually going on with the cities you get from the book it's not the same. Plus everyone's English, the writiing's in English but it's sort of pretending to be Eastern European... again, something that works in prose where there's the understanding that you could be reading a translation that's ruined by all the actors being clearly English people.
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Ice-T - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 16:50:43 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.396312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396311
Let me know how that turns out. The story itself is a tricky one to tell. Is this on BBC btw?
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Edward James Olmos - Sat, 07 Apr 2018 17:01:32 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396312
Once you've understood the city thing and the concept of breach it's not that tricky. Or maybe I can't discover what's going on through the show as I already know. It is BBC but it looks like all 4 1hr episodes are already up.
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Garfield - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 10:39:22 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Sopranos S6E18

I'm having a really difficult time getting through this episode. It's just kinda painful to watch. Yeah we've always known Tony was a total scumbag but for a while he was at least kinda tolerable and understandable, but he's really just totally gone of the deep end in the last couple of seasons.

I think early on his panic attacks were basically his way of coping with how fucked up he was. It was his body trying to tell him he shouldn't be doing this shit. And they eventually went away as the show goes on and he turns into a full blown sociopath and his sense of conscience is 100% gone.

When he killed Christopher it was totally out of nowhere. Just a response to finding out he's high. He always treated Chris like a piece of shit but nobody had any clue he resented him that much for the simple fact that he wasn't perfect. It was just really disgusting to watch as Chris was one of the more likeable characters even if he was a total asshole.

About 1/3 through this episode I just turned it off and had to come back to it later. Then I come back and see that Tony is starting to take a liking to his widow... wtf.
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Garfield - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 11:24:13 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396335
On the bright side, I'm now looking forward to the end in hopes that he dies. Though knowing a little bit about the ending through osmosis I imagine I won't get that satisfaction.
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Cybernetic Ghost of Christmas Past from the Future - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 12:17:34 EST ID:3r9fNOXD No.396339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396335
Most people agree with you here, but I support Tony whacking Chris. He gave the dude multiple chances and gave him a pass when it didn't directly impact him, but it finally hit Tony that this dude's shit would literally get him killed someday. Gotta nip that shit in the bud. Tony is fucking cold, but I understand it. I'm not saying Chris is some scumbag who deserved death, but shit, he just wasn't cut out for this line of work. If he wasn't related to Tony he would still be some low level collector, the type of gangster who can get away with being such a fuckup. A junkie shouldn't have been allowed to ascend so high in the ranks just because of family relations to the point where the Boss's life is in his hands.

I agree that it hammers home how distant he is from the happier Tony of earlier seasons who wanted to laugh off his psychotic tendencies, though. Now Tony has become the hardened gangster he always feared becoming, his own Mother/Father.
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Lysa Arryn - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:02:18 EST ID:qFqYbFmM No.396340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm watching some of that Fastest Car show about drag racing, it does the typical netflix thing where the bulk of it is intimate interviews but it's alright. The other night I watched this ridiculous movie on Svengoolie.
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Kenny McCormick - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 13:14:33 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The City & The City was decent. Not mind blowing.
The camerawork annoyed me sometimes and a couple of times the actors over-emoted in a way that seemed silly, otherwise good stuff.
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Tinto Brass - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 22:49:47 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396339
Yeah I guess I do agree about Chris not being cut out for it. It was kinda an inevitability. It was just so sudden that it felt like it was more about his ego getting hurt for Chris not being perfect for him and then reflexively later he decided it was because he was a liability. But it also could have been about what you said, his full on hardened gangster reflexes killing him when he spotted the liability. I think that's probably more likely considering he had just almost killed him in a car wreck.

I guess either way it doesn't matter because the end result is the same and he was a liability regardless.

I was really sad to see Bobby go. He was basically the only one that even though he has done some messed up shit, he was actually somehow still a decent person. He was quite level headed and seemed a lot more compassionate than anybody else in the crew. Like Paulie for example lol. While all of this is going down and he and Tony are getting ready to go on the lamb and talking about Sil who is in the hospital and probably dead, Paulie is making jokes about some hot blonde. That man has zero human sensibilities left in him.

I'm looking forward to the finale, one episode left and I'll probably catch it tomorrow.
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Tinto Brass - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 06:38:46 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396346
The ending was dumb and cheap and the whole motivation behind it was just to get people frustrated and talking about it. I lol'd. Doing something anti climactic to finish the show like that almost felt like it undid the entire show. Not really but kinda.
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Peppermint Larry - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 16:11:35 EST ID:3r9fNOXD No.396360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396352
If you do some googling, you'll see that the cut to black was supposed to be Tony getting whacked, thats why earlier in the ep, someone says something about how when you kill someone, they don't hear it coming. One second your a fat fuck waiting for your bitch daughter to park a car, the next, ka-black. But yeah, it was dumb and they should have shown Tonys brains splatting Carmella lol

I feel you on liking Bobby, he was the last nice guy, but also, he was maybe too nice. Tony's sister is my least fav character and anyone who could marry that bitch is a total pushover loser.
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Hubert Farnsworth - Mon, 09 Apr 2018 21:43:32 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.396367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396352
Knowing about it in advance really made it less annoying.

I could appreciate it as an artistic choice rather than being like "why did my TV break?"
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Jenny Agutter - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 06:23:19 EST ID:3r9fNOXD No.396374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Westworld creator, in response to everyone figuring out Westworld season 1 early, just posted a videoa with ALL THE SEASON 2 SPOILERS AND TWISTS. They claim it will help people avoid spoilers becase they think fans will be nice. What tards. Here's all the spoilers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7oeROkyPgs
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Spike Spiegel - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 07:35:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396374
But why?
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Jack Torrance - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 08:30:01 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396376

i think his dog must have died or something so its like a tribute or something.
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genophyte - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 08:49:05 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.396378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396374
this was amazing
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Jenny Agutter - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 15:46:59 EST ID:3r9fNOXD No.396389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396376
In season 1, fans figured out all the twists and wound up spoiling it for fans who didn't want to know. The theory is that fans on forums (specifically circlejerk, they posted this video for them after an AMA) who know the spoilers now will protect the innocent fans from "theories" that are actually fact. Which is retarded, because if you post "I think XXXXX is happening" and your post gets deleted, it means you were right LOL.
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Murray Futterman - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 16:46:32 EST ID:rlNQ1eiS No.396391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396374
I'm not sure how I feel about this
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Homer J. Simpson - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 12:35:11 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So, I watched Terminator 1 and 2 for the first time this week. For some reason, I enjoyed Terminator 1 a teeny bit more than Terminator 2. Don't get me wrong, Terminator 2 was great, but I was under the impression that more love was put into this low budget action movie that was Terminator 1. And as far as James Cameron movies go, I feel like Aliens is a fucking fantastic movie sequel than Terminator 2 is.

Are the rest of the Terminator movies worth watching, or should I stop here?
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Terry Gilliam - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 13:02:29 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.396426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396424
Stop
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Humbert Humbert - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 13:03:54 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.396427 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396424
If you want more Terminator they have comics and novels. But like that other guy said, the other films are garbage.
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Sigourney Weaver - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 13:23:10 EST ID:Wec2+SIR No.396430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396424
The first Terminator is the best out the dozen or so movies that they've made. Linda Hamilton does a great job in that, her terror and anxiety comes across as very genuine. Michael Biehn was a great choice too and it's a shame neither of them ever made it really big in Hollywood.
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Rudy Wade - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 02:50:13 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.396445 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396424

Since you didn't wait 15 years for T3 I would say that there would be no nostalgia factor to make that flawed movie enjoyable for you, so yeah, just stop where you are.
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Muscle Man - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 06:02:02 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been watching the Amazon Prime original Tin Star starring Tim Roth as an alcoholic cop that moves to a small town and gets in trouble with a big oil company moving in and organized crime following it.

The show is chock full of cliches and tropes but it's actually pretty good. I imagine if it was anybody but Tim Roth I wouldn't like it very much but I really appreciate this older, weathered Tim Roth that we've been seeing as of late. It's a lot different than back in the day when he played a crazy diner robber in Pulp Fiction. Both are dope but this new version is really cool and he's a pretty great actor who has decent range although he pretty much always plays the same character these days. I can live with that though.
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Danny Strong - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 09:41:13 EST ID:6Qq7ngyu No.396454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ready Player One is ugly AF. And you know something is wrong when a film is still giving voice over exposition a half hour in.

Maybe I would of enjoyed it more if I had seen it with friends and we all pointed out the references to each other out loud "oh that's Tracer and the battle toads" but I just ended up seeing it alone on my way home from work.

Lots of changes to the books but I thought the book wasn't that good, and thought they all made sense.
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Muscle Man - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 10:05:07 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396456 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396454
Was the book good? I had never heard of it until I heard about the movie.

The premise sounds lame af to me but maybe I'm just being cynical.
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David Boreanez - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 11:54:47 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396456
It's a very circlejerk book.
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David Boreanez - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 13:56:42 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396451
Watching it now based on your suggestion. Finding it really hard to tell what tone it's going for. It feels like it was something longer that's been shortened a lot to fit the timeslot.
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Muscle Man - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 14:48:47 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396462
Yeah the tone does jump around quite a bit and the musical choice is strange and confusing at times and I figure that's the one major thing that holds it back. There have been a few times where I kinda shout at the screen "call the fucking cops" or "go get some help" but I'm still finding the show to be fun and interesting enough to keep going. The characters really carry it and make it easy to look past the flaws for me, especially the comic book villain characters we start to get a little later on.
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David Boreanez - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 14:56:22 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396470
>especially the comic book villain characters we start to get a little later on.
Even more comic book than Russian Lex Luthor right from the start?
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Will McAvoy - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 15:00:16 EST ID:LyhPxAEF No.396472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396456
The book offers a lot more details. But the movie didn’t lose anything by not explaining the economy of the oasis more clearly, or leaving out the chapters about how working out or fucking blow up dolls in vr works. Or when the book stops right before the climax to deliver an essay on why you should listen to rush.

Maybe I’m remembering the book wrong, but the movie definitely cuts out a ton of filter and I think changes all the challenges to better fit the theme of the film instead of just more hey remember this.

If the idea of the Delorean from back to the future with kitt from night rider installed and the ghostbusters logo slapped onto it seems cool to read the book. Even though I think the movie improves the source material in a lot of ways I don’t know how to really recommend it, it’s kinda just a mediocre ugly movie, where the book revels in the reference they’re very much in the background of the movie. So whatever kick you get from seeing mortal kombat characters walking around in the background is about it.
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Logan Cale - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 16:04:20 EST ID:QGmZN2ZC No.396475 Report Quick Reply
>>396456
It's a light YA adventure book. Most of the hate I see from it comes from readers who seemed to expect a novel of actual literary merit. If you can enjoy books like Harry Potter or Hunger Games still, it's good. If not, skip it.
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David Boreanez - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 16:21:32 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396475
>Most of the hate I see from it comes from readers who seemed to expect a novel of actual literary merit.
No, most of the hate comes from readers who are told it's great by people who think that light YA adventure books are novels of literary merit. Not having a go at you, you know where it stands. Just saying that it would get less hate if it wasn't constantly being thrust in our face like it's a really good book when it's not.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 12 Apr 2018 20:47:44 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.396487 Report Quick Reply
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Finished Santa Clarita Diet season 2. I thought it was better than the previous season and improved upon the Hammond family’s dynamic and in advancing the storyline of why Sheila turned. I also don’t know how I feel about the ending of their cop neighbor suddenly worshipping Sheila but I guess it’s supposed to show how her faith blinds her from doing her job.

I’m rewatching The Office and am now starting on season 3. I still remember from Gay Witch Hunt how awkward and cringe it was to see Michael kiss Oscar like that, which was apparently improvised and it still feels the same rewatching it for a second time. I can never get enough of Dwight’s antics though, he was the MVP of the show like Ron Swanson on Parks and Rec. Also I don’t really care about Pam and Jim, like I get that the show plays the will they or won’t they dance with them but it comes off as forced.
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James Stewart - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 01:54:23 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finished watching the second season of Eastbound & Down, much better than the first season.

All the ass magic in Mexico can't change Kenny Powers from his core beliefs.
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Dakota Fanning - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 02:30:04 EST ID:3zpabiup No.396498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im watching a great movie right now. It is called something something about a deer.
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Jake Morgendorffer - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 03:34:31 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.396503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396498

Killing of a Sacred Deer? Heard good things about it.
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Louis C.K. - Fri, 13 Apr 2018 10:02:02 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
New Philomena Cunk thing, couple of episodes out on youtube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMgZPTbB5Hs
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Lucy Pevensie - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:23:57 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.396572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Westworld S2 starts up next Sunday. I never watched the first season, but I guess I'm gonna watch it over the course of this week so I can watch the new season fresh. I'm kinda dreading it if only because I know it's gonna make wanna watch nothing but Westerns for the next month and a half.

>>396503

It's garbage. But judging by the reception to Annihilation, y'all love to eat garbage so ya. The Lobster is a much better film from the same director — watching that one, KoaSD's gimmick becomes quickly overstay's welcome. Honestly, it's like Wes Anderson for autists.
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Bill Lumbergh - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:31:28 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Okay. I just watched Predator for the first time. Good movie.

Is Predators (2010) worth watching?
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Humphrey Bogart - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 11:47:19 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396572
I can't handle all this edge, m8, tone it down for my sensibilities. I'm quite rustled you know what that does to my blood pressure...
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Lucy Pevensie - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 12:00:04 EST ID:PPBdRS2a No.396577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396575

Oops sorry I forgot this isn't old /mtv/, I'll adjust my post accordingly:

Westworld S2 starts up next Sunday. Westworld is a Western/Sci-Fi drama following prairie girl Dolores as she navigates a dangerous world where sex and violence are the commodities of rich Guests. You can watch Westworld S2 at 8pm EST this Sunday on HBO. I look forward to it.

>>396503

I did not find Killing of the Sacred Deer (2017) to be very entertaining, but perhaps you will like it. After all, this wouldn't be the first time that I disliked something that you all enjoyed. I much prefer The Lobster (2015) from director Yorgos Lamthimos, who also directed Killing of the Sacred Deer (2017). His films remind me of Wes Anderson's, only aimed at the developmentally challenged.
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Severus Snape - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 12:45:21 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396574
Yes. The AvP films are dumb but Predators is boss. Better than Predator 2 even. Maybe.
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Humphrey Bogart - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 12:57:42 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396577
Nice, thanks I'm really sensitive.

MFW I realize Lexx is on Amazon Prime!
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John Carpenter - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 13:20:45 EST ID:qMXyQXCM No.396582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396580
That one fight scene in Predators is like fan fiction but done well. So badass... you know the one.
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Jaime Sommers - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 13:38:55 EST ID:72WgBuer No.396584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396575
What the fuck
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Ethan Coen - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 13:43:38 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396581
Mit titties oder keine titties?
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Federico Fellini - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 13:52:03 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.396586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396585
I haven't checked the pilot but id guess keine but if you really need to see it the greatest sci fi scene of all time is on pornhub i think.
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Ethan Coen - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 14:17:26 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396586
Well that's uncool.

I can't find anywhere to stream the non-remastered editions of Red Dwarf from my childhood either.
Protip: Don't remaster your shit with CGI in the infancy of CGI. That's the George Lucas rule.
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Federico Fellini - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 14:51:51 EST ID:l+lK6rN5 No.396592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396589
I checked for ya and because i felt like watching it again and yup its the original uncut version.

YO WAY RA
JARUM BRUNNEN GEE
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Bill Lumbergh - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 15:04:52 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396580

I watched AvP when it first came out. It was dumb as fuck, but I couldn't bring myself to dislike it.
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Ethan Coen - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 15:23:51 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396593
I'm pretty sure a young Predator anointing a human woman with the blood of the Xenomorph as a fellow warrior and then going buddy-cop against the Alien is fucking awesome.
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Severus Snape - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 15:44:40 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396594
Yeah it was great in the comic but the film was just shite.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 17:19:41 EST ID:MWyKmjGw No.396604 Report Quick Reply
Man I really forgot how much of a kissass douchebro Andy was on The Office but it’s funny watching him be such a cringy tryhard but Ed Helms plays it well. I just watched the episode where Jim hid his phone and Michael accidentally sent out the picture of himself and Jan in Jamaica.

>>396497
Season 3 dips in quality but season 4 is pretty good.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 14-04-2018 17:22:23
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Al Pacino - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 22:57:56 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.396618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Ghost Stories with the English dub.

Why did no one tell me about this sooner?
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genophyte - Sat, 14 Apr 2018 23:02:28 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.396619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Diamond Is Unbreakable – Chapter 1

after full metal alchemist being pretty bad im apprehensive with live action versions lately but decided to give this a try later tonight
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Beemo - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 01:36:11 EST ID:s4XhyvwL No.396622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396618
Just wait until you get to learn about demonic bunny pregnancy
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William Moseley - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 11:19:39 EST ID:11Cq8QNE No.396642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396618
maybe the universe just didn't think you were ready to handle it. however, now you can bask in the glow that is the single greatest dub of all time.
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Arnold - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 20:24:31 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Mad Max for the first time. The ending was pretty fucking sweet.
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Spike - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 01:09:09 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396651
The first Mad Max was the only one I really liked.
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Arnold - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 10:11:29 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396665

Just finished watching The Road Warrior. I enjoyed it way more than the first. It felt more like a post-apocalyptic movie, but it was because the first one was a low budget movie.
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Sheriff Woody Pride - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 10:40:54 EST ID:QGmZN2ZC No.396676 Report Quick Reply
2 new Brooklyn 9-9 eps were both solid. I hope this isn't the final season, these timeslot changes are freaking me out.
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Danny Strong - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 11:18:22 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396674
Brace yourself for the 3rd one.
The goofyness of Mad Max movies increases exponentially it seems, your mileage may vary.
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Bubbles - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:01:17 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm gonna have to try out Mad Max again because I passed out trying to watch the first one. All I remember is everyone saying Night Rider over and over again and nothing happening.
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Rasslion - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:48:34 EST ID:374jFlXT No.396680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396678
First one is a difficult watch because of some serious pacing and structure issues.
If anything it's a great prologue to the franchise though.
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Arnold - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 12:55:08 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396677

Brace myself for a good movie or for disappointment?

>>396678

I wasn't blown away by it, but I was pretty tolerant when I was watching it. It was okay. I think George Miller's vision was brought to life with The Road Warrior.
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Andy Milonakis - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:27:40 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396682 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396681

The Road Warrior is one of very few films since the early days of cinema that basically got obsoleted by a sequel/remake.

Fury Road hits every single note but way more. At every level, more. Like, it's the second best movie in the series, but you don't actually need to watch it lol.

Feral kid is a huge cunt. RIP Apocalypse twink.
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Rasslion - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 13:52:30 EST ID:374jFlXT No.396683 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396681
Probably not disappointment but like the other movies in the franchise it changes up the tone quite a bit.
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Bubbles - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 16:41:09 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In season 2 of LEXX Kai really gets the chance to spread his acting wings and I'm loving it.

The new Xev is growing on me but I really miss the first Xev..
Also, fun fact, there's a pornstar that goes by Xev Bellringer lol.
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Freddy Kruger - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 20:44:47 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396684

Season 2 of Lexx is the best. The miniseries has a slightly more serious tone but season 2's arc being These 3 useless fucks (and Kai) can't give a shit and utterly fail to save the universe is pretty great.
The writerly nods at the audience are hilarious. Stuff that would be left open in any other SciFi just gets murdered or destroyed through incompetence. Writers: "Yeah we're not doing this again. We're sick of it."

Sweet, we got that tub of proto-blood.
Hey, how long will that tub of proto-blood last you, Kai?
The proto-blood will be sufficient (Subtext: The writers don't want to deal with this shit for a while Sub-subtext: Kai should burn the camera right now as if addressing the audience directly)


Season 3 and 4 are really fucking weird, stupid and in season 4 especially, really overplaying the comedy. I lost interest halfway through S4. But there's a Red Dwarf guest appearance early on in S4 that's fantastic. also AssCarrots

Rolf Kanies from the Hitler rant scene in Downfall is the President of the United States, which is fucking hilarious.
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Jim Moriarty - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 22:38:55 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396683

I think I was definitely disappointed. I turned it off right after Max met those kids. I prefer Road Warrior's tone to this one. The biggest mistake this movie made was being rated PG-13. Anyway, I'm gonna rewatch Fury Road with my newfound appreciation for Mad Max.
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Klaus Heisser - Mon, 16 Apr 2018 23:56:30 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.396691 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was a big fan of Batman TAS as a kid, but never watched Batman Beyond. It's pretty good, dunno why I ignored it.
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Steve Urkel - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 00:01:07 EST ID:+yVtfLWt No.396692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396691
Yeah, it fucking is.
Wheres it at? Hulu? Netflix? Boomerang?
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Mugen - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 00:34:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396688
Not trying to give LEXX too much credit because at the end of the day it's just schlock, but it's the best schlock show I've ever seen it does deserve some for I think being pretty subversive. I'm pretty high so I don't think I can adequately explain how but they just kinda crap all over the way they're supposed to make a sci fi show. Like most sci fi just takes the templates created in Star Trek and repeat that but with their own flair. LEXX occasionally does that but more often than not they don't. They just take random tropes, themes and stories that shouldn't work here from all kinds of tv and film and somehow fit it into this extremely unique, interesting and hilarious world like a puzzle piece. Like this musical episode I just watched in season 2. I never would have expected a musical episode out of this show lol, and somehow it actually ends up being possibly one of the best so far because it goes into the history of the Brunnen G. It was really well done too, choreographed, written and sung. I don't know how they manage it, it kinda baffles me. It's such a unique thing and that's why this show has such a place in my heart.
Also, I kinda get the feeling that some inspiration for Farscape might have been drawn from Lexx. Specifically when you look at the dynamics of the crew it's kinda similar but maybe I'm just thinking that because they both share quite a few characteristics and even some of the ones I said earlier in this post.
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Freddy Kruger - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 07:03:10 EST ID:V+EoMha1 No.396701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396694
It's actually ridiculous how many parallels there are in Farscape and Lexx. "Oh let's do this shit but with slightly heroic criminal fugitives and puppets instead of titties."
"It'll be different because we liked Blakes 7"
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Kristen Stewart - Tue, 17 Apr 2018 22:34:16 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396713 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396701
It would make so much more sense if Farscape came before Lexx because so many things like the ship itself almost seem like a parody of Farscape which didn't exist yet.
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Señor Chang - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 08:50:05 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396725 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396682

Just finished rewatching Fury Road, and I think you're absolutely right.

Fury Road > The Road Warrior > Mad Max > Shit = Beyond Thunderdome

I have no idea why I thought the movie was "just okay" the first time I watched it. Wew shit. Now I want to watch Fury Road in the black and chrome edition.
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Morgan Le Fey - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 09:04:44 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Master Blaster shits on all of you.
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Space Ghost - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 09:12:45 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.396727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396725
I don't get the love for fury road. Horrible sound mixing. Unwatchable.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 09:42:00 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396728 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396727
2/10 made me reply
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Kristen Stewart - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 09:51:02 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396729 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396727
I thought Fury Road was awesome in the context of the epic scope of some of the shots and set pieces. The acting was really good as well, villain was aight but I did really like the wastelanders specifically the shiny dudes and the story with the wenches. The plot I didn't like very much. It's essentially mirror universe Waterworld and for whatever reason that thought kills it for me.
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Space Ghost - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:11:43 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.396730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396728
Dude I could literally not hear what the actors were saying due to the asshole sound mixer boosting the fx and score so fucking much.
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Señor Chang - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:15:00 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396730

Perhaps something is wrong with your ears. I heard everything just fine.
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Joss Whedon - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 10:23:07 EST ID:rWRjXkS+ No.396732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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wtf the new Lupin III series uses darknet markets as a key plot device. my interest is piqued
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Leni Riefenstahl - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 11:14:08 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396730
Did you pirate it by any chance? Because sometimes those pirated copies use different codes for voice and music/fx. The result usually being that the actual voices are much lower in volume.
Something to do with localization I think.

Or maybe shitty settings in your theater or home audio setup, but in that case you should notice it with other movies too.
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Space Ghost - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 12:09:53 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.396736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396734
Yea I watched it on a putlocker. I might try rewatching one day. If that was the issue I'm sure a better copy has gone up by now.
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Monster Carrot - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 15:52:25 EST ID:374jFlXT No.396741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396736
That's probably the problem. IMHO Mad Max: Fury Road is a masterclass in how to make a good movie.
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Morgan Le Fey - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 16:33:34 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396741
Good, but not amazing. It's what all contemporary films with that sort of budget should be like as a baseline. But it's not worth jizzing over.
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Jean-Baptiste Emanual Zorg - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 17:23:43 EST ID:q/E/ZIOS No.396743 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396742

It kinda is. Everything in it is STUPIDLY grand and it tells a much more complete story than The Road Warrior.

Also apparently it's a feminist masterpiece because Max is a damaged animal who doesn't have enough blood to shoot straight.
It's not that different from 2 and 3 in that Max barely gives a shit and just wants to leave.
But in The Road Warrior Max sees a woman getting raped and does nothing about it until after when the rapists are spent and docile. It's not a great look but it has a real purpose for showing who Max is in an era when movies just liked to include rape to show some titties.
In Fury Road a bunch of helpless damsels have to be saved, but Furiosa's driving the truck so it's a feminist masterpiece. Also the old lady with the rifle is the biggest badass in the film. Compared to The Road Warrior where the biggest badass in the movie was.... Oh right the warrior woman who dies defending the truck and hangs there bleeding for the rest of the movie. But this one's a feminist masterpiece. Pretty much exactly the same as The Road Warrior but feminist masterpiece.

There's some bullshit hype around the movie but it's still one of the best movies ever. The Road Warrior was already one of the best movies and if you've seen Fury Road you don't even need to watch it. It does everything better.
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Kristen Stewart - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 17:34:38 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396741
When it comes to the amazing set pieces, special effects and action sequences, most definitely. I dont' think it's the greatest movie of all time but it is definitely the greatest "action" movie in a really fucking long time.
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Morgan Le Fey - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 19:02:23 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396743
I don't think it has any interesting ideas in it, beyond aesthetic spectacle and it doesn't have any particular psychological depth either to the plot or to the characters. It's a very well put together film that hits all the notes it needs to but it's just spectacle, it doesn't transcend.
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Ka D'Argo - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 20:05:26 EST ID:q/E/ZIOS No.396748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396746

lol that's because it's just a remake-sequel to The Road Warrior. So it didn't break ground unless you actually believe that it's a feminist masterpiece. But I'm not gonna rail on that angle anymore because it was mainly clickbait.
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Napoleon Dynamite - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 21:36:49 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396748

It's not a feminist masterpiece, but feminism is one of the themes in the movie. Here's what I took away from it:

Furiousa and the five wives spend the entire movie trying to survive in order to reach the "Green Place," which is basically the promised land as we know it. It turns out that it doesn't exist. Instead of running from Immortan Joe, everyone pretty much decided to fight back and prove they aren't commodities, which is why the fives wives kept saying "We are not things" throughout the movie. It mirrors our culture in which men often objectify women and don't treat them as equals.

I liked the message here, and it didn't feel shoehorned. Instead of having a movie where Max doesn't give a fuck about anyone, like The Road Warrior, he learned how to survive with other people. It was cool. And don't get me wrong, The Road Warrior was great. Fury Road has some similarities, but it reflects the time like someone else already pointed out.

Anyway, here's some recent news on Mad Max. If the legal battle turns out well, we'll most likely get some more movies.

http://www.indiewire.com/2018/04/mad-max-lawsuit-george-miller-warner-bros-sequels-1201953053/

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 19-04-2018 00:55:40
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Maester Luwin - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 22:11:25 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396750 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396749
That's not even feminism. That's just a theme of not making woman into slaves, lol.

>"You shouldn't enslave women"
Wow, so thought provoking and real, it's relevant today!

Are we gonna call every movie nowadays that doesn't depict a man backhanding a woman for not making him a sandwich a great feminist movie?
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Napoleon Dynamite - Wed, 18 Apr 2018 22:30:13 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396750

>"You shouldn't enslave women"

That wasn’t the point I was trying to get across. Talking about feminism on any board on 420chan is virtually impossible, so this will be my last post about the movie. Say whatever you want.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 01:06:52 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.396755 Report Quick Reply
Still binging The Office as I just watched s05e18 - Blood Drive. That was so awkward when Jim and Pam found out that Bob and Phyllis hooked up in the restaurant bathroom and then they had to sit with them afterward knowing they hooked up. Also thought it was pretty funny when Dwight tried to sell that woman on buying paper from Dunder Mifflin at a singles mixer and straight up called her an idiot after she rejected him.

>>396751
Yeah it's a tough topic especially on a majority-male imageboard. But Fury Road was awesome and they made Furiousa as an awesome badass female lead without the need for sex appeal and stuff.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 01:24:39 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396748
I'm not really sure why you keep repeating feminist masterpiece so much.
Yeah, it was a film that was fairly arguably feminist. Okay. Cool. That's good but it's not deep or ground-breaking.

>>396755
She has plenty of sex appeal I'm not sure what you're on about.
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Laurie Juspeczyk - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 05:18:00 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396756
>Yeah, it was a film that was fairly arguably feminist. Okay. Cool. That's good but it's not deep or ground-breaking.

And absolutely not the reason why it's a good movie.
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Shrabster - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 05:21:21 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.396764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>395701

Did anyone ever watch this? I completely forgot about it until now. Going to check it out later.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 05:47:57 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I couldn't sleep so I watched Aliens. It's a nice piece of nostalgia although not anything like as scary when it's in HD and you can see that there's nothing there. The extended parts of the extended edition were clearly cut for a reason though, they added nothing except filler. Still not old enough to find Ripley hot but I really appreciate the mother-daughter thing she and Newt have now.
Then I watched 28 Days Later. Faultless movie. Now I'm watching 28 Weeks Later. What is the point of this exactly? To give roles to people who turned down parts in the original while appealing to the American market? Not a bad movie in its own right but as a sequel it's completely redundant.

>>396763
I know it's not the reason it's a good movie, I'm saying it's also not enough to make it a great movie. I don't know why whoever brought it up in the first place.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 05:59:22 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lol they're having a zombie outbreak and snipers are trying to pick off the infected from a running crowd of people. At night. Why not have an easy protocol for this like "if there's an outbreak, run with a hand on your head so you're obviously not a retarded zombie person and soldiers can tell not to shoot you"? They've had ample time to think of this.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 06:30:32 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I take it back this movie is dumb.
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Burt Banana - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 08:25:44 EST ID:s4XhyvwL No.396778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396727
audio engineer here, you're completely fuckin' wrong. i can even think of a couple scenes where i'd prefer the boom's could've been turned DOWN a bit.

clean your fuckin earwax out or go get new headphones, fuckin pidgeon
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Boyd Crowder - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 13:26:13 EST ID:tHATBJlL No.396793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396756
>I'm not really sure why you keep repeating feminist masterpiece so much.
I'm pretty sure I know why every hack fraud writer on the internet was around the movie's premiere. And it was clicks.

Anyway Handmaid's Tale makes the exact same theme its main theme and kind of is a feminist masterpiece.

The main themes of Fury Road were fire, brimstone, A literal patriarch(not the patriarchy), Max's continued begrudging allegiances and Xzibit.
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Nana Visitor - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 08:26:06 EST ID:XoPyy6TV No.397313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Hours

Good god, that was painful. I could not relate to anything those white people were complaoning about and it was all so trivial. I'm i glad Allah gave me a healthy brain. Those crackers are fucking nuts.
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Dr. Hank McCoy - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 15:09:05 EST ID:wXCWcqD1 No.398939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>392687
rewatched (Rambo) First Blood.

Still the best Rambo imho!


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