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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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