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BWW by G'Quan - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 06:06:52 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Bump While Watching

Sci-Fi best Fi
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Johnny Knoxville - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 07:55:49 EST ID:SQ3q1lfO No.396775 Report Quick Reply
>That 70s Show season 4
Definitely a shark-jumpingly shitty season. Its all about relationship/breakup drama now instead of funny stoner jokes. Soooo bored. Also the season premiere where Newman from Seinfeld is an Angel giving Eric a magical Its A Wonderful Life adventure was beyond cringey.
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Maester Luwin - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 08:09:54 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sorry bro but I'm watching best Sci Fi. [LEXX] Your sci fi doesn't even have tiddies. If B5 showed Leeta and Delenn's tits at some point, maybe in the finale and some kind of mega orgy, that would have been dope.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 09:01:31 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rewatching Dawn of The Dead (2004) after nine years of Modern Family is pretty surreal. MOTHERFUCKING MAX HEADROOM
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Dominar Rygel XVI - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 10:31:09 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.396788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396777

Well G'Kar certainly saw them.
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Dr. Zaius - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:29:04 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I wish Charlie Kaufman had a better sense of humour. He's too miserable.
His characters are narcissists who enter into a spiral because they're pessimists and they know that's bad so they think that being a pessimist is something that'll ruin things so it just goes on and on.
Just look how smug he is in his intellectual cynicism.
Philip Seymour Hoffman too.
I want to replace Kaufman with the brothers who did In Bruges, La Guardia and Calvary. Then replace Kaufman with Brendan Gleeson.
That would make everything better. Fuck it, I'll watch one of those instead.
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Lee Adama - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 18:03:00 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396810 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396777
Lexx is great but I wouldn't call it the best. Have you seen it at least once all the way through? I usually rewatch it at least once every couple of years or so and find it really starts to drop off in S3 and especially in S4.

Also Zev > Xev

I Worship His Shadow
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Linda Hamilton - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 20:35:39 EST ID:0u3zz4SY No.396814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396805
He has an dark ironic sense of humor, I often find myself smiling. But I can totally get someone feeling Kaufman is laying it on a bit heavy.
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T Dawg - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 23:22:59 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396810
Yeah I was exaggerating, but I do honestly think it has the best first 2 episodes of any sci fi series. Hilarious, absurd and it hit all the right sci fi notes.

But yeah, I haven't finished it, I'm getting into season 3 now and while it's still very entertaining, it seems to be going the way of longer story arcs with not as many standalone episodes and i think they may be making a mistake with that. I'm guessing the writers got tired of it and wanted to change up the formula.
Also, the dialogue is getting really easy to predict. If I counted every time that Kai gave that whole "I'm dead, dead men can't feel emotions" speech I imagine it would be close to 100. And Xev is getting really repetitive in how she makes a dumb move pretty much every episode to create conflict. That part is kinda lame.
Though I notice these issues the show is still managing to bring lots of laughs and interesting stories, though they do keep managing to get weirder and weirder.
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Persephone - Fri, 20 Apr 2018 00:22:13 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396822 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396817
Regardless of how S3 and S4 turneed out they still aren't terrible and it is one of my favorite sci-fi series. S3 gets pretty weird but there are still some good eps. S4 is when it really starts to take a dive imo but by that point you have a good feel for the show and like them despite their flaws at least I do.

While its not really the same if you love Sci-FI I'd really recommend giveing Space Above and Beyond a watch sometimes. Really a great series that was canceled way too soon.
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Will Smith - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 05:56:16 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Started a rewatch of Northern Exposure a while back but stopped to catch up on some recently aired stuff I'd missed. Now that I have I've started back in on it and am still really enjoying them. Seeing it the first time as a kid I think Maggie is the reason I like short haired chicks so much.

After hearing about R. Lee Ermey passing I decided to do a rewatch of Space A&B as well. It always pisses me off that it only got one season. Really an underrated series IMO.
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Jean Grey-Summers - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 06:44:18 EST ID:c885PEPp No.396872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396777
this looks cool, but is there a difference between https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0178149/
and
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115243/?ref_=tt_rec_tt

Do I need to watch them in a specific order? The one titled 'the dark zone' has the highest imdb rating, so should I just skip the other one?


currently watching 2 really comfy food related japanes shows, 'Midnight Dinner' and 'Samourai Gourmet'. Just the perfect thing before bed, without any silly drama or crazy japanese shit
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 08:25:29 EST ID:haC4OFG2 No.396879 Report Quick Reply
Just watched The Office s05e23 - Michael Scott Paper Company. I think the last episode I had watched when it initially aired was Stress Relief, which was the post-Super Bowl episode, so it’s interesting to see what direction the show takes. I felt like the storyline of Michael starting his own paper company with Pam and Ryan only as a way to leverage it into getting their jobs back at Dunder Mifflin just seemed pointless to me. Felt like it got resolved too quickly.

And geez Ellie Kemper looks so different not as a redhead.
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Ned Flanders - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 09:07:15 EST ID:Zh/sUEXx No.396885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Should I watch Rambo: First Blood Part II and Rambo III?
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Chucky Finster - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 10:18:53 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396822
Yeah I'm about halfway through season 3 now and I'm actually starting to dig this fire and water planet thingy. It's like lost except you're only clueless about what's going on for half a season. But once I figured it out I actually really liked it because this is some pretty decent quality writing. I guess the writers just wanted to show off what they can do this season, and I'm diggin it.
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Sheldon Cooper - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 13:51:06 EST ID:/Y8D3q0C No.396888 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396885
Probably not. Just skip to the 2009 one. It's the best of the shitty Rambo action movies that came after First Blood
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Chucky Finster - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:36:05 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396872
Oh, that also confused the shit out of me when I was first looking into the show. The second link there is just the first season of the show. I'm guessing they weren't sure if it would be picked up so they sold it as a miniseries or something and just called it LEXX after that.
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Chucky Finster - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 14:37:43 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396891 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396890
Oh and it's got the highest ratings because the first four episodes are amazing. After that it's still great imo but the lead female gets changed and some other stuff but still very fun. It just won't ever top those first four episodes and it's a bit different afterwards.
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Will Smith - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 19:21:02 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396872
So the 4 part one serves as the first season. The second comprises seasons 2-4. You need to start with Season 1. If you DL it from anywhere it should be all together in a normal order instead of breaking it up into 2 series.

Also, make sure you grab the uncensored ones.

>396885
I like all the Rambo movies but I would be lying if I said FB 2&3 and the 4th film were anywhere near as good as the first one. If you like the first one I would give them a go but don't expect them to be as good.

Alternatively you could watch Rambo: The Journey which is a fan edit that breaks them down into episodes/seasons and is really well done.
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Will Smith - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 19:35:14 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396916
Last part was meant for >>396885 I can put it up on Mega for you if you want it and can't find it.

nb double post
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:44:24 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.396927 Report Quick Reply
Watched the last two episodes of The Office season 5. I thought they were pretty good although I’m ambivalent about it being better than season 4 although 5 did have twice as many episodes due to the writer’s strike.
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Alyson Hannigan - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:50:08 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.396928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396927
Anglo or American version?
IT MATTERS!
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 23:52:44 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.396929 Report Quick Reply
>>396928
There was only 2 seasons of The UK Office so this is the US one.
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Dr. Zoidberg - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 03:23:34 EST ID:x4w0TU3f No.396933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just got back from seeing Black Panther in theatres for the first time, and I was pretty dissapointed. The reviews and box office made me think it was going to be better than Spider-Man:homecoming, ant man, and doctor strange all which I enjoyed very much. It wasnt a interesting or captivating story, I didn't connect with T'challa or killmonger, and they went in to kilmongers back story more then T'challla. T'challa has zero personality. Some of the fight scenes were cool when it was live action, but watching two CGI identical looking black panthers suits fight each other is pretty lame. Overall not worth seeing in theatres like other super hero movies are and Black Panther is way overrated/overhyped.
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John Redcorn - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 05:35:20 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.396935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Santa Clarita Diet.

God does this show suck. Josh Duhamel (I mean Timothy Olyphant lol) is the best part of this show. It's sort of sad. Ultimately Drew Barrymore's greatest accomplishment--aside from being a drunk toddler--is being married to Tom Green briefly.

Thankfully most of us haven't fucked up as bad as her.
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Louise Jameson - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 06:34:43 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.396936 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just watched Rush again. Just as good as it ever was. I'd forgotten how many notable actors were in it.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 20:25:11 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.396958 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396935
I quite enjoy Santa Clarita Diet although I think there’s some parts that are way too much of a stretch to suspend your disbelief for. Olyphant and Barrymore have good on-screen chemistry and I like the guy that plays Eric since he’s one of my favorite characters on the show.
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Sexy Julian - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 20:54:01 EST ID:qjvz3RIA No.396960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396958
CHiggs compared to half the garbage you watch Santa Clarita is 10/10
No offense but you watch some serious dumpster fire tier shit
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Stephen King - Sun, 22 Apr 2018 21:51:40 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.396967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396960
I'm glad you said it so I didn't have to lul
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Krillian - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 07:03:55 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396978 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched the lastest episodes of the simpsons and family guy

Both solid episodes this week It only really occurred to me this episode that all the classic episode revisits were because next week the simpsons becomes the longest running television show in history and they are celebrating that by revisiting old themes.

I enjoyed this weeks episode. i love lisa episodes.

Family guy was awesome too! i much preferred the 1969 version of the show.
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Luna Lovegood - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 08:03:24 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.396979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396978
There's something a bit strange about the drawing and animation in this episode. Look at this woman then the longer shot of Homer and Lisa arguing at 10:30. Did they bring in guest animators for the episode or something?
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Father Ted Crilly - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 10:47:16 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.396981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396979
Looks like a character from Futurama.
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Krillian - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 18:14:19 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396979

I thought the same thing. Maybe its just because the new orleans backdrop? So rather than using pre made models they also had to construct new scenery for the episode?
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Puar - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 18:38:29 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.396994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396978
that Family Guy was pretty damn good. Hope they do a 80s and 90s version as well someday.
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Krillian - Mon, 23 Apr 2018 18:47:05 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.396995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396994

Yeah same! it was a pretty fun episode. imo best episode of the season so far.
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John Landis - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:06:37 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This Netflix documentary Wild Wild Country is pretty gripping. The religious leaders are clearly dodgy but the hypocrisy and general illegal actions of the government in trying to shut them down is astonishing.
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Lando Calrissian - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 19:43:34 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397030
I'll have to check it out. Big Brother loves to crack down on religions they don't like. e.g. Waco and the Davidians. Btw the Paramount Waco documentary was really good if you haven't seen it.
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Moaning Myrtle - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 20:12:12 EST ID:9a1LKw6s No.397036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just watched a zombie miniseries called Dead Set on Netflix. I know, I know..."zombies", most people are tired of it. But this is actually well done. I love the idea of zombie movies but there are only a handful of good ones I've ever seen. This is now one of them, check it out.
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Jorah Mormont - Tue, 24 Apr 2018 20:13:37 EST ID:IfwbKvx3 No.397037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397036
I've only seen it because it's written by Charlie Brooker of Black Mirror fame
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Dr. Gonzo - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 08:15:43 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.397067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397033
do you know of any other good documentaries on netflix or youtube/dailmotion etc about waco or any other cult stuff?
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Phil Ken Sebben - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 10:04:09 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.397074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397067
Oklahoma is indirectly about Waco.
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Kevin Spacey - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 11:25:17 EST ID:9XHlwXcS No.397076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397067
The Source Family is a good cult documentary, not sure if its still on netflix
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Flink - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 12:23:22 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397067
Waco: The Rules of Engagement is really good and so is Waco: A New Revelation. The latter is less impartial but still very good imo.
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Flink - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 12:24:37 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397074
I also second Oklahoma.
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Dr. Gonzo - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 14:42:01 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.397088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397074
>>397076
>>397078
>>397079

awesome I will most def check them out. I've always been a sucker for cult documentaries etc and I've been playing the new far cry and seeing that netflix doc all over the place so I'm jonesing for something to watch now.
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Marvin the paranoid android - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 19:49:00 EST ID:i0aDN639 No.397106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397030

Yeah this was a good one. SNL did a parody trailer that is spot on.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ge9cebaVNg
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 21:08:56 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.397109 Report Quick Reply
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>The Handmaid’s Tale s02e01 - June

The season premiered today with the first two episodes. Pretty good premiere I’ll say and the scenes of June cutting the tag off her ear and one of the handmaids getting her hand burned was just crazy to watch. i also like how they’re flashing back to the beginning of the rise of Gilead with the terrorist attacks to give perspective on the changes that were about to come. Gonna watch the second episode later.
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Léon - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 21:10:50 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397109
I watched the first episode tonight and a few nitpicks.

Why would a meat truck be pulling up at a hospital or OBGYN or whatever?

Also, it would make more sense if these priceless women were microchipped or fitted with some kind of tracking device


But yeah it was good. Some of those scenes were really brutal, it looks like they're upping the ante.
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Kenny McCormick - Thu, 26 Apr 2018 16:00:51 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397106
I don't really see the humour in that but SNL has been awful for ages.
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Saint-Exmin - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 10:13:46 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The Crossing
This premise seems familiar.
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genophyte - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 07:40:55 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.397309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
2 minutes into the new season of into the badlands and im so hyped for the rest of the season
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 12:55:11 EST ID:4cjkZoQt No.397318 Report Quick Reply
>>397309
Fuck yeah it’s back! I gotta watch the premiere.
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genophyte - Mon, 30 Apr 2018 18:23:17 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.397332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397318

rough thing is the new actor looks a lot like Brian Tyree Henry (paper boi) in atlanta , i keep expecting darius or earn to pop up in episode two

also
>hilda's hair
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 02 May 2018 11:04:22 EST ID:23DQWjUD No.397400 Report Quick Reply
>The Handmaid’s Tale s02e02 - Unwoman

This was a pretty good one with its focus on Emily trying to survive in the Colonies. Her flashback story was sad just seeing how gays and lesbians were being persecuted and ending up seperated from her wife and kid. It was nice to see her and Janice reunite though. There wasn’t really a whole lot with June other than her trying to keep the memories of those executed at the Boston Globe alive and trying to escape but to realize that she’s basically stuck.

And it got renewed not surprisingly.

>>397110
Yeah the meat truck seemed weird to be pulling up there but maybe it was a way to make it less conspicious to the Guardians and stuff. I agree though that they should be microchipped or something but they really haven’t addressed what happened with the technology when Gilead was formed. Like they have cars and the hospital where June was was high tech but there’s nothing else. I’d like to see what happened and why there’s no tech.
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Morpheus - Thu, 03 May 2018 05:26:21 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397429 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watchin Channel Zero season 3

In the first 5 minutes some kid gets killed by a midget wielding a meat tenderizer who appears to be wearing a gold Skyrim Dragon Priest mask.

this is gonna be good
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Danny Trejo - Thu, 03 May 2018 22:03:57 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.397463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397429
What the fuck, I didn't even realize that there was a S3. Noice.
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Frank Gallagher - Thu, 03 May 2018 22:31:15 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.397464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
YouTube has the first 2 episodes of Cobra Kai up for free. Actually a lot better than I expected, Johnny is pretty based. Would recommend so far.
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Danny Trejo - Fri, 04 May 2018 00:05:32 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.397466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397463
AND this season has Rutger Hauer? Now I'm mad.
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Isaac Dian - Fri, 04 May 2018 01:36:31 EST ID:rlNQ1eiS No.397468 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397429
Yeah season three is pretty great, Rutger Hauer is pretty great too
I think this season works better because it basically made a new story by mashing together two creepypastas instead of sttrrreeettchinng out a really short story.
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Joanna Cassidy - Fri, 04 May 2018 04:51:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397473 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Channel Zero S3 continues to entertain the fuck out of me. I never really have expected anything more than high quality entertainment out of Channel Zero but this season imo they have stepped it up.

Whoever was the director of episode 2 really fuckin nailed it. The jail scene and the way the dinner scene were handled were both done brilliantly and on a level I wouldn't expect in this amazingly schlock-y (which is a compliment), entertaining tv show.
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Joanna Cassidy - Fri, 04 May 2018 07:27:28 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397478 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I noticed this in an episode of Lexx and recognized that it's the same building from the cover of Pink Floyd's album Animals.

I wonder if this is featured in a lot of films as a common filming location or if they tried to include this on purpose as some kind of callback.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 04 May 2018 08:00:37 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.397481 Report Quick Reply
>>397464
Thanks for the reminder, the original film is a classic so I’m interested to see how they pull off this sequel series. I already am planning to binge watch Dear White People season 2 this weekend but Cobra Kai is another one to watch.
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Padme Amidala - Fri, 04 May 2018 09:39:56 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397483 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397478
lol
Yes mate that's the Battersea Power Station in London. It's a very obvious landmark for anyone who goes south of the river.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battersea_Power_Station
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Lisa Ryder - Fri, 04 May 2018 15:25:32 EST ID:TgR7AEco No.397495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397473
Some of the layer episodes in S3 are fucking jaw dropping (in a good way) like seriously the DP they got that season is phenomenal, the practical FX and editing and sound design, holy shit, it honestly just gets better and has the best ending of the Channel Zero seasons so far imo, the rest were kinda weak
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 04 May 2018 22:11:42 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.397507 Report Quick Reply
I watched Doctor Strange, which I thought was good especially the Inception style CGI. And Benedict and Mads are great actors so it’s a plus in my book.

Basically I’m binging all the MCU films that I haven’t watched already (already seen Iron Man, both Guardians of the Galaxy films and Black Panther) before I see Infinity War next Saturday since my friend felt that it was important for me to watch them.
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Kirito - Fri, 04 May 2018 22:17:52 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.397508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397507
nice. make sure you watch thor ragnarok before infinity war. like directly before.
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Daniel Craig - Sat, 05 May 2018 00:47:31 EST ID:Sm5qYS+m No.397514 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397507
>I watched Doctor Strange, which I thought was good especially the Inception style CGI
First off, I was there, they wanted to call it Dr. Strange not Doctor Strange, but they decided not to because that's not sexy baby
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 05 May 2018 04:03:15 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.397521 Report Quick Reply
>>397508
That’s the plan. I also watched Thor and Iron Man 2 tonight as well.
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Thick McRunfast - Sat, 05 May 2018 11:52:01 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.397539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397521
I was pretty upset with the change of actors for War Machine. Really makes it hurt when that guy in the first movie looks at the war machine suit and says "next time!". There's no next time for him.
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Happy Time Harry - Sat, 05 May 2018 14:50:13 EST ID:0LHDcGgb No.397545 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397464
Saw the first two free episodes and was able to get a free trial of youtube red so went for it and binged watch all 10 episodes. Have to say it was actually really good. I might actually stay subbed to youtube red if they continue with the series.
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Alan Rickman - Sat, 05 May 2018 16:06:12 EST ID:EPRrmZ1a No.397547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397539

To be fair, the original War Machine orchestrated his own gambit to get paid more and failed when the producers just went "Nah, we'll just recast War Machine instead of paying you more", so he pretty much fucked himself. If he just took the deal he would be making millions in royalties for the rest of his life.
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Vince Gilligan - Sat, 05 May 2018 21:32:07 EST ID:Pkz/UJ02 No.397562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My girlfriend and I've been binging Sanford and Son the past few days. The show's funny as shit, but it kinda ruins it knowing thatNBC swindled the main actors for a fuckton of money.
Was that network ever not a bunch of douches?
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Pickles - Sat, 05 May 2018 21:39:34 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397562
Sanford and Son is underrated and probably one of the best sitcoms of all time. Also, best theme song for a sitcom.

Hung out with a couple friends last night and they're big fans of The Mick so I finally checked it out. I'm not really big into a lot of these network comedies so I never gave it a shot but it's pretty damn funny. Same character as Dee getting into more trouble.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 05 May 2018 22:54:33 EST ID:i/Eyta4n No.397568 Report Quick Reply
Watched Captain America: The First Avenger and The Avengers. They were pretty good though the things I’ve noticed about these movies is that despite all the destruction, they don’t ever really show civilians being killed, just the bad guys. The Incredible Hulk is the only Phase 1 film I haven’t seen yet though my friend doesn’t like it since it reminds her that Edward Norton is better than Mark Ruffalo but I’ll watch it at some point. Gonna watch Iron Man 3 next.

>>397547
And Don Cheadle is a better actor than Terence Howard.

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Crispin Glover - Sun, 06 May 2018 03:07:25 EST ID:sGW+CuNo No.397585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Batman Ninja.

Fucking garbage. Ugly animation. Nauseating shaky-cam action sequences. Retarded, boring story that ignores everything that makes Batman compelling. Watched most of it in Japanese, so the voice acting was fine, but what I sat through in English was shit. Batman: Gotham Knight was a much better anime spin on Batman. Batman Ninja is memster faggot waste of time.
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Tarsem Singh - Sun, 06 May 2018 09:04:59 EST ID:36qWrDag No.397596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397585
Yeah I was pretty bored by it too. Cool premise, but they didn't deliver on it.
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Jaime Sommers - Sun, 06 May 2018 09:19:56 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.397599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397568
>civilians being killed
Avengers Civil War is about exactly that
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Kevin Bacon - Sun, 06 May 2018 10:25:47 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397568
Oh people die, they just focus on the ones being saved. Because they're movies about hero people with heroic ideals inspiring heroism.
It's why they succeeded and the DCEU tanked. Somehow, someway, the edgelord approach doesn't resonate with audiences. It's the darndest thing; these colorful children's characters intended seem to be better suited for optimistic stories than for nihilistic ones! Who knew?[% ]'Member when "S" meant "Hope"?
>my friend doesn’t like it since it reminds her that Edward Norton is better than Mark Ruffalo
Does your friend have strong opinions on the gay community by any chance?
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Merlin - Sun, 06 May 2018 12:41:44 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Crossing
So by episode 4 we know that some people came back in time to escape the Apex prior to the lot in episode one. Their main mission is to stop Apex from happening. But the second lot coming back shows that they've failed. So in episode 5 they step up their attempts to prevent Apex by wiping out all the people who created it somehow. It doesn't occur to them for a moment that maybe their understanding of time travel may be wrong and perhaps these people are coming from a parallel timeline because if they weren't then there'd be a paradox. Why are TV writers so lazy?
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Bella Swan - Sun, 06 May 2018 12:44:06 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.397618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397599
Not really. I just rewatched civil war and every MCU movie preceding it over the last 3 days so it's fresh in my mind.

The whole point of Civil War was that Civilians died in some african country while Wakandans were there, who also died. Thus it was a big international issue. I asked myself while watching it...and getting very angry because of the lack of clarity in the film, "Why didn't anyone give a fuck about ALL THE CIVILIANS WHO DIED LEADING UP TO THIS?" I was getting seriously pised off. The entire film, the only people they talked about were their precious non-american africans and their precious Wakandans. Seriously irked me. Totally unrealistic, obviously just in the film for brownie points. Such bullshit. Yes, it was a big diplomatic issue, yes, it was non-US citizens so it was an even bigger issue, but still, please, fucking AGKNOWLEDGE that other people have died, lots of them, in the previous films. Just acting like "OH NO CIVILIANS DIED THIS IS SOOOOO NEWWWWWWW IT'S NEEEVVVEERRR HAPPENED BEFOOOORRREEEE AND NOW WE'RE CONCERNED." is BULLSHIT.

I'm sorry if that comes off as really aggressive it's not directed at you, I sort of got lost in my rage. It's directed at the directors/head writers/executives who made the film.

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Lauren Faust - Sun, 06 May 2018 16:27:32 EST ID:rlNQ1eiS No.397636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397618
The comics made it a lot more clear
in the comics a bad guy whose power was exploding himself ran into a preschool or kindergarten and blew up like 74 children
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Angelica Pickles - Sun, 06 May 2018 19:38:41 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.397650 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397568

Incredible Hulk is pretty good. It's a shame that Norton didn't get to stay on as Banner.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 07 May 2018 02:16:12 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.397657 Report Quick Reply
>>397608
Actually nevermind, she does like Mark Ruffalo but doesn’t like Edward Norton hence why she didn’t want to watch again.
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Anton Chigurh - Mon, 07 May 2018 07:12:19 EST ID:2cJqiCy4 No.397659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397618

Civil War in the comics made sense because you had literally several hundred super powered individuals running around and a couple thousand mutants also all doing their thing, so the idea of a registration at least had some logic to it. That doesn't really hold up in the movies where there are like 12 heroes and half of them have no powers, they pretty consistently kill the villains so there aren't really any dangerous superpowered people, and there are no mutants so you don't have the "anybody could end up with some crazy power" aspect.

All in all I think Civil War was a poor story to try to adapt and they could have gone with any other good Captain America story like Secret Empire or the Serpent Society or something instead of just making Avengers 2.5
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 07 May 2018 07:22:29 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.397660 Report Quick Reply
Watched Iron Man 3. It was alright, I thought the battle scene of Tony getting Jarvis to call in all of his Iron Men and fucking shit up was cool. I also liked how they showed emotional struggle that he was going through after what happened in The Avengers. It did feel slow in some parts and I wish Mandarin had been portrayed better. Gonna watch Thor: The Dark World tonight.
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Isaac Dian - Mon, 07 May 2018 07:24:37 EST ID:KBfaSd45 No.397661 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397659
But wasn;t Secret Emire still coming out when that movie happened? They're trying to adapt iconic comic stories, not brand new ones where they don't yet know if they would stand the test of time.
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Anton Chigurh - Mon, 07 May 2018 07:29:51 EST ID:2cJqiCy4 No.397662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397661

I'm not talking about the new event, I am talking about the classic storyline by Steve Englehart.
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K-9 - Mon, 07 May 2018 16:28:07 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397694 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397659
>Civil War in the comics made sense because you had literally several hundred super powered individuals running around
Didn't you hear Vision in the movie? Superhumans are popping up everywhere! Agents of Shield confirmed canon!
>and a couple thousand mutants also all doing their thing
Weren't the mutants completely in absentia for the Civil War comic?
>>397660
>I wish Mandarin had been portrayed better.
People who saw in in 2013 are STILL pissing and moaning about the Mandarin twisr. It's hilarious. I guess medium doesn't matter; nobody likes getting worked.
>Gonna watch Thor: The Dark World tonight.
Might wanna go in with adjusted expectations. It was my fave for a long time but for very superficial reasons; it comes out bottom of most MCU ranking lists because there were lots of developmental pains & rewrites that left it feeling a bit clunky.
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Isaac Dian - Mon, 07 May 2018 17:01:46 EST ID:KBfaSd45 No.397695 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397662
Ahhh!
I wish they'd stop re-using event titles. It's already hard enough keeping all the Secret Wars and Infinity Wars straight.
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Elle Fanning - Tue, 08 May 2018 08:23:12 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397695
There've only been 2 event called Secret Wars. One Earth-616 based and published in the 80s, one multiversal & published a few years ago. The Original had sequels & spin-offs but they were clearly numbered/subtitled.
Unless there's one upcoming (haven't kept up with comics for a year) there's only one Infinity War. However, it was bookended by Infinity Gauntlet & Infinity Crusade, and there have been many other "Infinity ____" events since. Still, all are distinct.

Also the reason I've not kept up with comics in a year is because their best writer was setting up a sweeping continuity-driven epic called "Eternity War" to coincide with the movies and they cancelled it on him because "we're doing fewer events now". So there BETTER FUCKING NOT BE AN INFINTY WAR EVENT UPCOMING
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Bugs Bunny - Tue, 08 May 2018 09:30:20 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Channel Zero season 3 felt pretty Lynchian. It felt like a bit of a strange direction for the series but they pulled it off pretty well.

I think it was probably the most entertaining out of all 3 seasons so far though I think I liked season 2 the best in terms of narrative.
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Vince Noir - Tue, 08 May 2018 09:53:41 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.397720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched the season 2 premiere of Brockmire. Feels a little different than Season 1, can definitely notice the higher budget. Still pretty funny, though. Hopefully they don't completely abandon the baseball humor as the season goes on (kind of worried about this podcast/touring subplot). Looking forward to the rest of the season.
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Bugs Bunny - Tue, 08 May 2018 10:02:19 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been watching some Defiance. I only decided to check this out because it's on Amazon. Was expecting it to be pure schlock sci fi garbage but it's actually alright. The writing is slightly decent and it's pretty fun.
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Enola - Tue, 08 May 2018 12:29:23 EST ID:tHATBJlL No.397723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397721
The green screen lighting and CGI is really inconsistent but the show goes places.

Plus that's the show they cancelled to make The Expanse. And I dunno if I've soured on The Expanse since the world-building and Tom Jane detective shit is over or if Season 3 is just in a lull so far.

All of the layered separate stories really made the show, but Season 3 has just been getting the gang together.
Well they're together, what the fuck now?
Or maybe it's just because I could binge watch the first two seasons and the weekly schedule is excruciating.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 09 May 2018 09:27:44 EST ID:+biguglh No.397754 Report Quick Reply
Watched Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. I thought The Dark World wasn’t as good as the first movie and apparently it’s the worst rated of the MCU films so I’m not surprised. The Winter Soldier on the other hand was great. Lots of action and good reveals like Bucky Barnes being alive and Hydra infiltrating SHIELD. Gonna watch The Avengers: Age of Ultron next.

Also finished season 6 of The Office. Definitely a step down from season 5, which I consider to be its peak.
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Aeryn Sun - Wed, 09 May 2018 09:33:25 EST ID:f74C360A No.397755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Last Samurai
>Amurican stallions the dead Samurai and wears his armor

What was the point of this movie exactly?
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Montgomery Scott - Wed, 09 May 2018 11:20:29 EST ID:h6PZxEoz No.397759 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397755
Memoirs of a Geisha was super trendy, Tom Cruise was super bankable, and it hadn't occurred to anyone in Hollywood yet that movies shouldn't be about a white american hero no matter where or when they might be set

Enter the almost true life story of that one American guy who got made a Samurai by the Japanese government back when it was basically like being given a Knighthood in England
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Frylock - Wed, 09 May 2018 14:41:14 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.397772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397755
Hollywood is still doing this kinda shit. With Matt Damon The Great Wall and 21. Nothing new here, they are going to keep on do it.
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Katniss Everdeen - Wed, 09 May 2018 14:44:35 EST ID:4cmwAKxO No.397774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397754
>apparently it’s the worst rated of the MCU films
I'm a little surprised that Iron Man 2 isn't the worst rated. I thought IM2 was the worst MCU movie so far by a country mile.
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Terrence Winters - Wed, 09 May 2018 16:04:01 EST ID:rlNQ1eiS No.397777 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397772
Lol The Great Wall was a Chinese backed, Chinese directed, and mostly Chinese cast
They knew if they cast Matt Damon it'd do better in the states, that's the only reason he's in there, that example is the perfect counter example of white washing
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Norville Barnes - Wed, 09 May 2018 16:25:01 EST ID:0aczG18A No.397778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397777
A: The Great Wall is a fantasy movie, which I'm not sure many of its detractors were aware of.

B: Chinese people don't give a shit about whitewashing and cultural appropriation.

At least not the less than egregious examples that white people and 3rd+ generation immigrant kids care so fucking much about.

>This is my culture, not a costume.
Bitch, you're third generation. You're American first. Call your granddad so he can tell you he doesn't give a shit.
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Norville Barnes - Wed, 09 May 2018 16:29:59 EST ID:0aczG18A No.397779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397755
The last Samurai is actually about the decline and end of the Samurai as a whole. And Tom Cruise's character isn't a real Samurai in that movie.

And being made Samurai isn't nearly as good as getting a knighthood. A knighthood doesn't come with rules that make you automatically poorer than the merchant class and in fact historically, royalty used to give the knights land and wealth on occasion.
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Giant Enemy Crab - Wed, 09 May 2018 16:47:07 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397778
>A: The Great Wall is a fantasy movie
I have it on good authority that The Great Wall is an accurate historical movie.
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Elizabeth Swann - Wed, 09 May 2018 18:18:12 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.397783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397777
True. People forget that for a Chinese movie to be able to land a top A-lister like Damon, is unheard of. Look at all the Chinese made dreck on Netflix. These guys want to make blockbusters, so they drop a bunch of yuan on someone like Matt Damon for the sheer prestige of getting a "real star," into their film.

And then they make a shitty film because the Chinese have yet to know how to make a good film, and their shit is heavily censored so you get stuck having to do historical epics and stay the fuck away from anything current....
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Norville Barnes - Wed, 09 May 2018 18:55:16 EST ID:0aczG18A No.397784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397783
>Unheard of

Scuse me bitch. Dragon Blade would like a word.
Now Dragon Blade is a pretty flawed movie, but it's also fucking awesome. It's long AF and bubbled in a pointless plot about some archaeologist bullshit with satellite holograms and shit but you could literally cut those segments off and it's a bitchin' movie.
The rest of the padding is in weird musical numbers that are overplayed for the amount of actual emotional value they hold within the movie.
If you got really high you might still tear up though.

It's about twice as historical as The Great Wall, which is enough to make it about two thirds as historical as whatever you think the most historically accurate Mel Gibson movie is. It isn't. none of them are But you're entitled to your opinion

It's got good costumes without going full-on Warcraft movie like The Great Wall. They go 50% Warcraft movie. Which IMO is the right amount of exaggerated prop armor.

But the fucking half white chinese boy that they whited up to be the son of the Emperor of Rome though, lol.
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Norville Barnes - Wed, 09 May 2018 19:04:21 EST ID:0aczG18A No.397785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397784
>But the fucking half white chinese boy that they whited up to be the son of the Emperor of Rome though, lol.

Just look at that wig.
>>397783
>then they make a shitty film because the Chinese have yet to know how to make a good film
They do the same thing Hollywood does with its endless Rocksploitation (As in Dwayne Johnson) disaster movies. They just go about it differently. Neither one is more right than the other.
But the universal thing in these movies is the spectacle and action, which transcends cultural boundaries, and Chinese cinema is better at it in a lot of ways. The other stuff doesn't land as well.
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Frank Gallagher - Wed, 09 May 2018 19:46:36 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Budd Dwyer: An Honest Man

It was a really interesting documentary. His case has always been especially interesting, likely in part because it was the first gore I ever saw on the internet and also just because the whole thing is a strange aberration in American politics and the media. The show really manages to bring you into what his life was like and by the end you'll probably think he was set up as well because there is a lot that would lead you to believe that, least of which is the fact that Budd Dwyer never actually accepted a bribe.
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Christian Bale - Thu, 10 May 2018 05:18:31 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397799 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397783
I'm pretty sure I've seen a good Chinese film although I might be confusing it with a Korean or Japanese one.
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Theodore Logan - Thu, 10 May 2018 05:29:38 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.397801 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the second episode of Brockmire's second season, es no bueno. Charles was a funny side character in the first season, but he was a side character. Why is an entire episode devoted to him and his family? I'm watching Brockmire for Brockmire. The side characters can be funny, too, but I don't like how a bit character from the first season is given so much focus. Shit, I would have rather have seen more of Raj in this episode since at least his professional conflict with Brockmire seems to be what the whole season will be driven by. Seems like I was right to worry about the podcast story line taking over. :(
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Brian Griffin - Thu, 10 May 2018 07:38:31 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397754
>Gonna watch The Avengers: Age of Ultron next
Soooo on the topic of "worst rated of the MCU films"...
You might've noticed that the Cap guys are directing Av3ng4rs because Whedon isn't...

>>397774
IM2's cardinal sin was being thoroughly forgettable. I saw it in cinemas and felt nothing coming out.
I'm an unrepentant Thor 2 fanboy because it's very in-your-face with what it does, for good or ill. Many feel "what it does" was the last thing they wanted out of Thor, e.g. more Jane, more romcom, more quirky OCs ("THE OBNOXIOUS INTERN IS BACK AND HAS HER OWN OBNOXIOUS INTERN NOW?!?!?"), plus IIRC some saw the action as a further negative rather than a counter-balancing positive. "The sets look plastic", "The grunts remind me of Power Rangers", "This thing on my neck is getting bigger".
Also Malekith. People HATED how they 'wasted' Chris Eccleston on Malekith. Which is a pretty valid point; especially when you consider comic Malekith is absolutely nothing like that whatsoever. As befitting of ye olde Nordic "dark elf" he's a smooth-talking ever-wistful psychopath, not this self-serious stick-in-the-mud. More Joker than General. They even made his colorful harlequin gear drab and boring. Which is a further realm of indictment; it's lacking as an adaptation. They advertised it as a road-trip across all 9 Realms, yet all we get are the two we've seen before (one of them being Earth) and a literal wasteland. Granted it saved them for later movies eitri best dorf but given the comics had a Thor-chases-madman-Malekith-around-the-entire-world-tree arc to hype the movie up the contrast was hella disappointing.
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Claire Bennett - Fri, 11 May 2018 02:53:29 EST ID:MFJ4UumC No.397847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Thor Dark world

I wasn't expecting much but it manged to be worse. If you watch one marvel capeshit, you watched them all.
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Dirk Hardpec - Fri, 11 May 2018 03:19:42 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397847
Yeah I haven't heard much good about that one. Since watching the new Avengers I figured I should catch up on the stuff, but instead of actually catching up I'll probably just skip a lot of it and just watch up to where they left off in Ragnarok.
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Blix - Fri, 11 May 2018 04:18:59 EST ID:m03fDXWN No.397849 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished Ready Player One a minute ago, was pretty good however I am wondering why that Gundam didn't go nuclear and blow mechagodzilla to pieces otherwise good fight though.
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Wendell T. Stamps - Fri, 11 May 2018 04:48:50 EST ID:G+6GD3WI No.397850 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396768

Trying to watch RAIN via netflix
Lip syncs on par with old japanese fighting films with laggy looking english dubs
On episode 3, mostly this feels like they were inspired by Walking Dead.
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Robert Redford - Fri, 11 May 2018 05:26:07 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.397852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Den of Thieves is pretty good. One of the better bank robbery movies I've seen
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Richard Pryor - Fri, 11 May 2018 08:59:17 EST ID:t2oU7Cb6 No.397855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched the documentary The Syndrome. Foubd it on Prime.

The subject matter sounded kinda mundane so i just turned it on for background listening while i surfed the web but this docu kinda blew me away. Rivetting tbh. It's such a strange, malevolent, greedy and egotistical conspiracy. Absurd and creepy when you consider the success the misinformation campaign has had.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 11 May 2018 14:23:32 EST ID:17A0hLQl No.397864 Report Quick Reply
Watched Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. I didn’t think Age of Ultron was as good as the first film and thought that it dragged in some parts. A bit better than Thor: The Dark World but not by much. Really enjoyed Ant-Man on the other hand though. That whole fight scene between Ant-Man and Yellowjacket was really entertaining especially at the end in Cassie’s bedroom. Was not expecting Ant-Man to enlarge a Thomas the Tank Engine toy like that. Looking forward to seeing Ant-Man and The Wasp.
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Edmund Pevensie - Fri, 11 May 2018 16:12:22 EST ID:+JKDFjpd No.397868 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
finished the 5th season of orange is the new black totally dissapointed I dont remember how to make the spoilers so im just gonna stay vaugue.
The whole fucking season? seriously?! that shit is such a simple ploy by the writers to buy time because I feel like they couldnt think of anything else to write of.
OH and I caught up on black mirror still easily the best shit considered as a tv show out right now
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Jean-Luc Picard - Fri, 11 May 2018 17:02:11 EST ID:x7Mc3Mwx No.397869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397868
Example: [ % ] This text would be spoilered if I removed the spaces around the bracketed percentage symbol and the following bracketed, forward slash and percentage symbols. [ /% ]

Example: This text was spoilered because I removed the spaces around the bracketed percentage symbol and the following bracketed, forward slash and percentage symbols.
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Edmund Pevensie - Fri, 11 May 2018 17:03:18 EST ID:+JKDFjpd No.397870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397869
thanks man
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Blix - Fri, 11 May 2018 17:17:27 EST ID:m03fDXWN No.397871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397869
Just curious do italics and bold still work too?
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Jean-Luc Picard - Fri, 11 May 2018 17:23:51 EST ID:x7Mc3Mwx No.397872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397871
I think they still do. Haven't used them in a while.
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Edmund Pevensie - Fri, 11 May 2018 17:28:00 EST ID:+JKDFjpd No.397873 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397872
saved.
A whole season based on a prison riot? lol that shit is the laziest fucking peice of writing I can think of. I think that the series should end before it gets even more embarrassing.
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Chan-wook Park - Sat, 12 May 2018 00:11:37 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.397906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Terror is really good so far. It's about explorers sailing in the arctic and trying to survive. AMC quality as to be expected
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Ichigo Kurosaki - Sat, 12 May 2018 00:15:41 EST ID:wgKs6dXp No.397907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397873
I thought it was a good idea. In the right hands it could be a great idea.
If you had higher expectations for the execution on that show though, lol
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William Shakespeare - Sat, 12 May 2018 15:35:32 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397864
Due to the runaway success of the first movie there was lots of corporate meddling & micromanaging in Age of Ultron that kneecapped its fluidity. So much so that Disney stepped in and basically took the movie division away from Marvel-corporate's influence. Which might be why Phase 3 skyrocketed in quality (whilst the TV division remains kinda shitty lel - Inhumans is a microcosm of the whole process). Basically imagine if investors got so sick of Vince's shit that they banished him to his side projects like XFL & gave WWE fully over to HHH. Movie backstage politics are as fascinating as wrestling's any day.
Anyway, Civil War is a much better Avengers 2 than Avengers 2. Hope you get/got to cram it & Ragnarok inb4 seeing Infinity War. They're both fairly important (and great fun on their own).
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Elia Kazan - Sat, 12 May 2018 16:08:48 EST ID:AB/mcbLa No.397947 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397872
haven’t seen this one yet
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 12 May 2018 16:29:50 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.397949 Report Quick Reply
>>397946
Yeah I just watched Civil War and Thor: Ragnarok. Civil War was what Avengers 2 should have been though I feel like the Civil War premise could have been better considering the scope of it in the comics. Ragnarok was awesome though, probably one of my favorite MCU films now and I enjoyed the humor and action. Hulk and Thor’s bromance was one of my favorite parts about it.
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William Shakespeare - Sat, 12 May 2018 17:33:45 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397949
Coolio. Thor arguably the main hero of Infinity War and they seem to have something special in mind for Hulk so enjoy.
Just realized I totally forgot Homecoming exists. If you haven't watched it yet don't worry. It's intentionally very low-key and street-level in scope. They develop his relationship with Tony, and there's a quaint fluff scene at the end that sets up the first quaint fluff scene in Infinity War, but otherwise it's a very personal Spidey-specific story. Like the Ant-Man or Incredible Hulk of this Phase; tonally, contextually, there's nothing pressuring you to watch it.
>I feel like the Civil War premise could have been better considering the scope of it in the comics.
Different contexts m8. The comics had hundreds of superhumans and decades of stories, IMO they did the best possible job with the concept that they could with ~15 heroes and ~12 movies. It had to make sense that a Registration Act would be mandated and a "civil war" would even happen under those far stricter parameters. Which I'd say it did.
How_Man_of_Steel_should've_ended.jph
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Larry Clark - Sat, 12 May 2018 17:45:27 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.397952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397951

I watched Civil War last night, i have 4 annuals of the civil war comics and the movie can barely compare for the exact reasons you mentioned, but also because of the pic you posted, civil war never touches on those same issues which made civil war comics so good. maybe they follow it up in avengers.
Anyway i think im about ready to go see the new avengers movie i havent seen about 5-8 of the MCU movies but i think ill be okay, but ive seen black panther and civil war so i shouldnt be too lost.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 12 May 2018 17:52:49 EST ID:bzqQ2Fa1 No.397953 Report Quick Reply
>>397951
Yeah Spider-Man and Hulk were actually the only two films I haven’t gotten around to yet although with Ant-Man they did have him battle Falcon and to set up his appearance in Civil War since Falcon recommended him to Captain America.

You’re right that they were more limited in what they could do with Civil War and that they changed the premise to fit the film universe.
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William Shakespeare - Sat, 12 May 2018 18:28:08 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397952
I'd strongly advise seeing Thor 3, Dr Strange & GotG. There're great MCU movies that aren't relevant & relevant MCU movies that aren't great, those 3 (and Civil War) hit the sweet spot.
>which made civil war comics so good.
I haven't read Civil War personally because I've consistently heard it's ass. Not that I would've anyway, I'm not particularly interested in event comics, but having been subjected to Millar's Unholy Trinity I'd sooner believe the criticisms that not. Also AIUI the left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing in regards to who was meant to be "right" which lead to a lot of mixed messages and dissatisfying payoffs. IDK, my opinion on it's summed up by a Black Panther panel I can't seen to find right now (so here's more behind-the-scenes memes).
>>397953
And homecoming has the iron Man fluff scene and Hulk has Lt. Thunderbolt Ross (surprise surprise). All 3 have little things that contribute to the whole, but VERY little. Sam simply saying "I know a guy" in Civil War is all you really need to get why this shrinky dude's here; the scene & the movie both help but they're not vitally necessary.
Likewise, it's pretty easy to go into Infinity War having watched zilch and still be able to follow it, maybe even be moved by it. Because Thanos is the main character.
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William Shakespeare - Sat, 12 May 2018 18:47:35 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.397956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397955
nvm found it, nb
After combing through multiple folders I remembered I'd made a "stuff that you don't know where to put" folder.
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Johnny Caspar - Sat, 12 May 2018 21:13:03 EST ID:m03fDXWN No.397959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Stumbled across someone's web folder on Google and they have a bunch of Godzilla movies stored in it.

Rewatching some of them for nostalgia. Finished Final Wars earlier and just sat down again and am watching the first Ghidorah movie. Amazing how I'm 29 and can love these movies just as much as I did when I was 10, maybe it's the drugs but I don't care.
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Myka Bering - Sat, 12 May 2018 23:01:43 EST ID:7PQDgzG1 No.397962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396768
Svengooli, "The Blob".
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Genophyte - Sun, 13 May 2018 00:05:32 EST ID:ri96qASQ No.397964 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397959
Oh man you have the link?
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Johnny Caspar - Sun, 13 May 2018 00:40:32 EST ID:m03fDXWN No.397967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397964
Yeah, it's an Iranian domain of all things. Apart from Final Wars which was English dubbed the other few I've dled were all eng subs so you shouldn't need to seek out any subtitles.

http://fromv.ir/vip/Movie/Collection/GodZilla/
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Lucio Fulci - Sun, 13 May 2018 00:50:19 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.397968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Third episode of Brockmire season 2 is a nice rebound from the crappy second episode. Lots of funny moments and lines from Brockmire and some nice character development, too.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 13 May 2018 04:08:04 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.397977 Report Quick Reply
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>The Office s07e01 & 2 - Nepotism & Counseling

Well this is the last season with Michael Scott and he’s actually the bedt part of these episodes with him spanking his nephew and doing counseling sessions with Toby. Shit was pretty funny.

>Dear White People s02e01-3 - Chapter I, II & III

I guess this show keeps me woke but I appreciate their humorous and serious takes on racism and the like. Good start to the season so far and integrating the alt right into the storyline keeps it topical and much more interesting especially in a college environment, that Dear Right People was cringe. That whole Twitter war Sam got into was funny although she did clap back at that alt right account hard. Reggie’s my favorite character though.
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Joanna Cassidy - Sun, 13 May 2018 06:37:39 EST ID:EViv7eOY No.397991 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397977
>Dear White People
Imma make a show called Dear Black People and see how that goes over.
>Stop acting like cops are the criminals and not you
>Quit acting like anyone who doesn't agree with you is racist to invalidate their opinion
>Stop acting like Kendrick Lamar is a good rapper
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Judith Iscariot - Sun, 13 May 2018 06:45:02 EST ID:+JKDFjpd No.397992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched season 6 of the venture bros. wasn't as bad as some of the shit people were saying. definetly happy brock is back and whuppin ass and I'm glad hank has a love interest

>>397907
My expectations for the series werent astronomical or anything. I'm honestly surprised theyjust wrote some shit that I honestly felt like I could have done a better job tho. I guess I'm just annoyed because I like real progress in a show's overall plot.
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Flash Gordon - Sun, 13 May 2018 06:52:37 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.397993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397977
Dear White People pisses me off. The film was good but the TV show is moronic and trivialises actual issues by having them explored by badly written teenagers, written and acted by out of touch thirty year olds. It tries so hard to be 'woke' but it's just glaringly not.
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Punch Sideiron - Sun, 13 May 2018 06:55:59 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.397995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397991
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Katee Sackhoff - Sun, 13 May 2018 07:10:29 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.397996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397991

It's okay, Joanna, the blacks won't hurt you no more. You're free, now.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 13 May 2018 11:51:16 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.398012 Report Quick Reply
>>397993
I get what you mean. Like the stuff with Reggie about being traumatized about a gun being pulled on him by a cop was all well and good but the Dean just talking to him and saying “now’s not the time” and stuff like that was kinda disaapointing. Hope they explore it more and what happens with Reggie and the cop. I like the show but it could be harder hitting than it is.
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Flash Gordon - Sun, 13 May 2018 12:26:04 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398012
I'm pretty sure it's not even mentioned in the whole of S2. The characters misuse slang and "hack" in a way that's just absurd and all the emotional things feel forced. The sex scenes are all a bit weird and the whole thing turns into some sort of boy's own mystery adventure at the end.
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Russel Crowe - Mon, 14 May 2018 02:07:03 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.398045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Season finale of Barry.

This may be my favorite new series of the year. It's dark and hits close to home (not the assassin part, but the living in proximity to the aspiring actor scene). The supporting cast is great, especially Victor Zsasz (lol) as polite underworld figure NoHo Hank and his genuinely warm one-sided friendship with Barry. Henry Winkler channels a lot of his character from Children's Hospital in this show.
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Danny Trejo - Mon, 14 May 2018 02:58:09 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.398046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398045
Final season? I feel like I just saw advertisements for Barry as a hit new show like a few months ago!
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Russel Crowe - Mon, 14 May 2018 03:01:10 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.398047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398046
season finale, not series finale. It's a short and sweet 8 episode season.
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Danny Trejo - Mon, 14 May 2018 03:40:53 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.398049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398047
Ooooooh okay. Yeah that makes way more sense.
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Charlton Heston - Mon, 14 May 2018 05:31:18 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398051 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398045
I've been holding off on this one to wait to binge watch it and this has got me pretty excited now that it's over. I've heard nothing but praise. I've always loved Bill Hader and he's one of those few SNL types that actually has really great, top tier acting chops and could definitely pull something like this off. Also, Winkler is underrated. He always delivers.
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Federico Fellini - Mon, 14 May 2018 06:07:26 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398045
Fuck me that show. Two episodes of it were released in November or something stupid then every time I've checked since then there have been no new ones. Now it's already been and gone?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 14 May 2018 07:32:11 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.398053 Report Quick Reply
>Dear White People s02e04-08 - Chapter IV-VIII

A good string of episodes and a surprise twist of Silvio being behind AltRightW. I guess they’re making him to be like Milo Yiannopoulos. I figured out it was him after he shit down Lionel’s idea to do a story on uncovering who was running the account. I did really like Troy and Gabe’s episodes, the former for its humor especially with Troy tripping on shrooms and ending up in the fountain again but also for the character growth trying to step out of his father’s shadow and own up to his responsibilities and stuff. The latter episode I was really impressed by since it was mainly focused on Gabe and Sam’s interview and argument. That was a very well acted episode. I also thought the hotep shit was pretty funny.

>>398019
I mean they mentioned it in Reggie’s episode and it gets referred to like when Gabe told Sam about his white guilt and how he wish he’d never had made the phone call to the cops but it’s not the predominant story.
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Christopher Walken - Mon, 14 May 2018 07:34:48 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.398054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398052

Huh? It premiered the same time as Silicon Valley and has been airing for the past 9 weeks (took one week off for the Oscars or whatever that award show was). Are you sure you didn't watch leaked episodes form the old HBO hack?
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Federico Fellini - Mon, 14 May 2018 07:42:49 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398054
Oh it was a hack? That makes sense.
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Federico Fellini - Mon, 14 May 2018 14:41:44 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Whatever you did tonight, that's your new process okay? All you have to do is do that every time.
Best line of the series. She has a lot of good lines especially in the last couple of episodes.

That was a really good show. I never would have expected it from what I've seen that actor do in bit parts. Normally the vehicles for bit-part actors suck but I'm impressed. The whole cast.
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Brian Griffin - Tue, 15 May 2018 07:36:59 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>All Night
Wow this is a piece of shit. Exactly the same trope comedy characters as every 80s high school movie but it shows people with smartphones at the start so you know it's not set in the 80s. Oh and there's a gay girl and nobody's racist.
There are genuinely scenes where the "nerd" characters are talking over wrist walkie-talkies, crawling through the vents to try and spy on girls changing. It's well produced but I can't believe this will actually appeal to anyone in that age demographic.
I'm pretty sure a highschool throwing a lock-in all night party with no phones or alcohol for their graduating students is just made up.
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Dr. Zaius - Tue, 15 May 2018 11:53:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you feel like losing faith in humanity, watch this docu
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 15 May 2018 13:16:03 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.398104 Report Quick Reply
>>398101
I watched it a few months ago. The whole West Memphis 3 case was such a gross miscarriage of justice but the Paradise Lost trilogy is fantastic, probably the best docs HBO has done. Its straightforward format of telling their story through interviews and trial footage I feel works better than someone narrating it. Should also watch West of Memphis.
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Dr. Zaius - Tue, 15 May 2018 16:09:31 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398104
Yeah it's brutal. I have a friend who grew up in Jonesboro, where the trials took place down the road from West Memphis. She grew up there as a teen in the late 90's and was one of those heavy metal types who wore all black so that pretty harshly effected her. She recommended I watch it a long time ago and finally got around to it.

I just finished the second installment and god damn it's chilling. Buyers scares the shit out of me. He's a fuckin maniac and it really couldn't be much more glaringly obvious. It's nice to know that the Three are out now but it doesn't really soften the blow at all considering they were late teens when they were arrested and got out in their mid 30's.
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Sam Weir - Tue, 15 May 2018 21:24:04 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.398117 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Black Mirror 'Shut up and Dance'

This series is so fucking good
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Daenerys Targaryen - Wed, 16 May 2018 02:45:43 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398117
Really went downhill after they joined up with Netflix IMO.
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Christopher Lee - Wed, 16 May 2018 08:09:48 EST ID:Vc/DYp4j No.398141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398130
Shut the fuck up you deplorable hipster. You have recent memory bias.

You can't claim it took a dive when it moved to Netflix when both the best AND worst season were made under Netflix.

Also Waldo Moment is highly underrated. Fight me.
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Orel Puppington - Wed, 16 May 2018 08:34:36 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398130
It's always been a bit hit and miss, I think it's just the most recent season that wasn't amazing. They're just running out of ideas I think.
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Orel Puppington - Wed, 16 May 2018 17:17:16 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finished Defiance. I wasn't expecting the ending to be so good. It was slightly corny but it actually felt like the perfect way to do it. I'm guessing they knew it was to be the final season. The whole show really exceeded my expectations. I remember seeing it when it aired and thinking that it looked stupid, which it kinda is, but not lacking in fun.
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Daenerys Targaryen - Wed, 16 May 2018 19:04:02 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398141
Just my opinion, sperg.
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Christopher Lee - Wed, 16 May 2018 19:41:50 EST ID:Vc/DYp4j No.398166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398164
>Just my opinion, sperg.

And I'd wager that if season 3 were the latest you'd seen you would have a different opinion.

The older your memories the more you forget the weak parts, and the more real estate White Christmas takes up in your head while the political episodes everyone hates disappear.

Season 4 is legitimately weak, and nothing is better than White Christmas thus far.
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Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor - Wed, 16 May 2018 20:24:21 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398166
For fucks sakes dude if you like it that's fine. I just haven't really enjoyed the last two seasons and found them much weaker overall. Its not because of nostalgia or something stupid like that. Not everyone only watches something when it airs and then never again either. I didn't find S3 particularly good either so I'm not sure why you think that would change my opinion nor why you would focus on it and White Christmas.

Sorry I don't like something you like but I was just sharing my opinion.
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Claudia Brown - Wed, 16 May 2018 21:20:50 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.398169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398166
White Christmas is cool but I still think White Bear is my favorite so far, I'm only up to half of Season 3. I just watched San Junipero or whatever.

Also I think season 3 has been really good so far.
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Tracy Morgan - Thu, 17 May 2018 02:08:33 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.398177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched the season 5 finale of Silicon Valley fan-fucking-tastic. Previous season finales were misfires to me because they kept relying on the deus ex machina crutch to an almost self-parody degree, so them all working together at a time of crisis to succeed was really fucking great to see. It was also great to see all of the fanservice callbacks in the episode. I now have high hopes for the sixth season (I want to say Mike Judge has stated that the series was created with a 6-season arc in mind), but even if something happens and they never make another episode they went out on a really high note.

Now to decide on either watching Eastbound & Down season 3 or trying out Barry while I wait for Brockmire's second season to wrap up.
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Wesley Wyndam-Price - Thu, 17 May 2018 07:09:30 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398177
But only 8/10 SV episodes have aired?
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Marceline Abadeer - Thu, 17 May 2018 08:12:05 EST ID:yy9tFQ+z No.398190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398168
>Not everyone only watches something when it airs and then never again either.
Binge watching has a similar effect, but it's because you were slightly less depressed when you started and binge watching is depressing.

I wouldn't say worse but the Netflix Black Mirrors tend to be less memorable for that reason. Even the other two really good episodes from Season 4 don't stand out the way USS Callister did when I was fresh.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 17 May 2018 09:24:14 EST ID:NcrHBDSp No.398192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398188
Nah this season was only 8 like season 1.
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Wesley Wyndam-Price - Thu, 17 May 2018 13:44:47 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm not watching this but the alternative is to necrobump the High Maintenance thread. Anyway check this synopsis out. They made a feature film about Homeless Heidi.
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Wesley Wyndam-Price - Thu, 17 May 2018 15:00:48 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The fuck is this? The protagonist is just boring and unsympathetic. I don't give a shit what happens to him.
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Michael Weston - Thu, 17 May 2018 20:13:52 EST ID:tDvVmfjD No.398217 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I saw Gandahar on a whim last night. Holy fucking shit, what a movie. It's free on YouTube, view that shit if you haven't already. Get really stoned first.

https://youtu.be/My7yQaP5FlM
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Skillet - Thu, 17 May 2018 22:31:23 EST ID:36qWrDag No.398222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched John Mulaney's latest Netflix special. It was funny as shit for the most part. Very enjoyable.
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Claudia Brown - Thu, 17 May 2018 23:41:41 EST ID:e+F91YWT No.398223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398217
this was/will be a great movie and i'm pretty sure it lies to the audience about what's really going on so yeah take all of your best truth-unravelling drugs at the same time and solve a mystery
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Dr. Peter Venkman - Fri, 18 May 2018 04:27:38 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398217
I'd recommend Fantastic Planet, Wizard, Jataka, The Winds of Change/metamorphoses
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genophyte - Fri, 18 May 2018 10:00:21 EST ID:UO2xAdSc No.398233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Amazing Spider-Man -1977

https://youtu.be/hf_hV39Gl6A
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Stump Chunkman - Fri, 18 May 2018 11:03:07 EST ID:CBxADBnv No.398234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398233
Oh my fucking god. The SODIUM LAMP COMPOSITES.
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Jane Fonda - Fri, 18 May 2018 12:52:46 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally got around to watching Stalker.
What a beautiful movie. In terms of Cinematography and beauty I almost wanna call it the USSR's Space Oddyssey. Also, it's (kinda) vague. I love the way the movie manages to instill suspense in such seemingly mundane scenes. That's how well executed it was in every aspect.
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Yasujiro Ozu - Fri, 18 May 2018 20:43:29 EST ID:+JKDFjpd No.398248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
binge watching community right now its all right not the best but i hate to leave a series unfinished. did y'all know about this site http://iwatchseries.online/ ?
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Chevy Chase - Fri, 18 May 2018 23:05:05 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.398258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398248
community was fantastic in it's prime. i love the christmas episode. such a fun show.
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George Carlin - Sat, 19 May 2018 10:06:18 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398237
After letting this movie stew for a bit, I see a lot of similarities between Stalker and Eraserhead. They both almost have the exact same narrative if you subscribe to the theory that The Zone is his escape from his shitty life/existence. They just use different story telling methods. One is surrealist, the other is ultra surrealist and absurd.
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George Lucas - Sat, 19 May 2018 11:39:05 EST ID:8MbDiOMm No.398269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398268
did you see Annihilation? it's probably my favorite movie of the year and everyone said it had a bunch of parallels with Stalker, but I never got around to checking Stalker out
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Louis C.K. - Sat, 19 May 2018 11:58:23 EST ID:36qWrDag No.398270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398269
There are some similarities, but Annihilation is very much still a modern American film, in that it's more action oriented and there is at least some pay off towards the end even if things are still left open to interpretation a bit. Stalker is also a product of it's time and place in that it's more ambiguous in every way and even more psychological with little actual pay off or conclusion.

They're both great, obviously, just different. At the same time Annihilation certainly is in the vein of Stalker to the extent that it can be in the environment in which it was produced.
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Wayne "The Brain" McClain - Sat, 19 May 2018 13:04:06 EST ID:tjBD5yGS No.398273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398269
Yeah they're pretty similar. The zone and the shimmer are basically the same idea used to explore different concepts.
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Luke Danes - Sat, 19 May 2018 20:36:59 EST ID:/m+eSjEC No.398286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398270
I felt the ending of annihilation was really shitty and disappointing
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George Takei - Sun, 20 May 2018 09:43:35 EST ID:8MbDiOMm No.398302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398286
ok
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John Redcorn - Sun, 20 May 2018 19:53:28 EST ID:36qWrDag No.398314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the new Fahrenheit 451 from HBO. Man, it wasn't bad necessarily but it was so heavy handed to the point of being ham handed with it's messaging. I'm not a big politics guy but it seemed very "don't you see what can happen if democracy erodes!" with some not so subtle shots at the state of current American politics. I also did not like the performance of the female lead at all, I've got nothing specific to point to but I just didn't like that character. Maybe it was the writing but who knows.

Also I watched the film version from the 60's years ago and don't remember disliking it this much, but I was in college so who knows. Maybe this was just a crap movie. There are some poignant moments but for the most part I didn't enjoy it.
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Greg Corbin - Sun, 20 May 2018 20:36:50 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.398316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398314
>"don't you see what can happen if democracy erodes!"

So I guess it's generic dystopia and not the very specific dystopia of the book?
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Ace - Sun, 20 May 2018 21:03:41 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398314
Well to be fair, the book is quite heavy handed. And you gotta expect them to bring up current politics. But I'll have to check it out. I am a pretty big fan of Bradbury.

Hearing about this just makes me more excited to see how the Brave New World mini-series is gonna turn out, but it looks like it might be stuck in development hell because it doesn't appear there's been much news in a couple years... Farenheit 451 is great but like Huxley said, you don't need to burn books if nobody wants to read them. Or something like that.
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Halle Berry - Mon, 21 May 2018 00:05:34 EST ID:yFzp4LI+ No.398320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>397464
>>397545
Came on here to see if there was any discussion of this and I totally agree.
Only seen the first 2 eps but by the looks of things you can get youtube red for a month for free (is there literally any other reason to get youtube red right now?) and will probably check it out.

I am usually very cynical about nostalgic cash grabs but truthfully this one feels like it's been done very, very well. Would have been easy to have made it more about THE Karate kid but the fact they flesh out the bad guy from the first one is a really good decision. Makes him less of a fighting game baddie and more like being a dumb kid.

Only minor complaint that I've had is that it was kinda bullshit how he came into the money to fund the dojo, some old guy just shows up and chucks money at him to turn his life around, just seems kinda lazy
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Black Dynamite - Mon, 21 May 2018 00:59:23 EST ID:Qfr2ZP3p No.398323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398314

Haven't watched that yet, but from the trailer HBO showed before everything (other than the Westworld trailer) for the past month I couldn't stop thinking about how retarded it was that they made a modern future remake of it but still used physical books. Like, do these people not have Kindles or e-books? Is there no internet or deep web with PDF backups of books? I get the feeling that it's going to bug the hell out of me watching this because my brain won't shut off and let me just accept that for whatever reason despite every other technological advancement the government is still burning physical books to censor free thought.

Also, never saw the old movie but the book kicked ass from what I remember of it.
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Malory Archer - Mon, 21 May 2018 04:50:38 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398323
>"Firemen" turn up to your house and just sit around for days as they go through your devices and cloud folder by folder deleting anything that looks like a PDF or epub
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Jennifer Connelly - Mon, 21 May 2018 07:40:15 EST ID:36qWrDag No.398333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398323
Yeah, there are some things that just don't make any logical sense. There is some kind of new internet that the ruling government controls and they mention the old internet a bunch, but there is also a "dark" version of the new internet where illegals go to upload and share books and movies and music. They never get into how any of that works though.

Thinking about it now after watching it yesterday, it was actually very stupid if you drop your immersion in the story. They don't get into how things have ended up this way other than mentioning a war a few times. On second thought, it's a very dumb movie.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 22 May 2018 20:28:30 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.398382 Report Quick Reply
>13 Reasons Why season 2

Binged the season over the weekend but not surprisingly it's a step down from the first season. I get that they decided on using the lawsuit testimonies as a framing device to tell each character's story in each episode much as they had with the tapes last season but it didn't have the same amount of intrigue although utilizing flashback scenes with Hannah to show different perspectives and expanding on things that we already knew or were surprised to find out (Zach and Hannah's relationship) were interesting. I did appreciate how the show approached Jessica's sexual assault and having to come to terms with it and finally having the courage to speak up about it.

That scene where Tyler got sodomized with that broom was really fucked up in a more shock value way than Hannah's suicide. Just felt out of place and unnecessary. Also they completely copped out on Tyler shooting up the school but it's probably for the best considering all the school shootings that have already happened this year. That ending with Tony making Tyler get in the car and Dylan holding the gun was really dumb. Also fuck Bryce.

>Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist

Also binged this as well. I was already familiar with the whole pizza bomber case but they really dug deep into it and it was way more bizarre than I thought it would be. Really good though if you're into true crime docs like Making a Murderer and The Jinx.
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Kazaam - Tue, 22 May 2018 23:40:44 EST ID:36qWrDag No.398385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Quiet Place. Good movie.
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Rei Ayanami - Wed, 23 May 2018 01:09:25 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.398389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the second episode of Eastbound & Down season 3 (Chapter 15), and what a steaming pile of shit that was. The entire second half of the episode felt like some Tim & Eric shitfuck of nonsense and didn't feel like E&D at all. Felt like Ferrell used his producing credit to get the rest of the production to let him just try whatever the fuck he wanted, to the detriment of the episode.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 23 May 2018 09:49:53 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.398398 Report Quick Reply
>>398389
Season 3 is the weakest season of E&D to be fair.
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Rei Ayanami - Wed, 23 May 2018 10:33:19 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.398402 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398398

Shit, does it get worse than that second episode? Adding the baby and Jason Sudekis as Kenny Powers II is pretty trope-y but I can at least see how they could mine that for comedy.
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Michelle Forbes - Sun, 27 May 2018 11:53:10 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Rewatching Fury. This film is so much better than Dunkirk.
I have no idea who David Ayer is, why do I know who Nolan is?
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Ice King - Sun, 27 May 2018 18:23:15 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.398583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Still on black mirror. Almost done. It's hard to binge this show because they are long and it's usually pretty heavy.

>E1 - USS Callister
loved it

>E2 - Arkangel
liked it

>E3 - Crocodile
really liked it

>E4 - Hang the DJ
liked it
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Toki Wartooth - Sun, 27 May 2018 21:11:49 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398583
Callister just seemed like a Barclay ripoff to me.
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Malin Åkerman - Sun, 27 May 2018 21:50:43 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398586
If Bashir and Barclay had creeper autismo babies.
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Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor - Sun, 27 May 2018 22:30:16 EST ID:qOcUNsnF No.398589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you're at all interested in the catholic church the young pope is pretty good. Halfway through and enjoying it so far
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 28 May 2018 14:11:11 EST ID:wiYSAA3V No.398615 Report Quick Reply
>>398583
I didn’t like Crocodile that much except for the ending.

>>398589
I really enjoyed The Young Pope, Jude Law killed it.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 29 May 2018 17:39:36 EST ID:+Lamzq4E No.398640 Report Quick Reply
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Watched The Florida Project on the plane. I think it really hits its mark especially the kids’ dialogue and their actions felt so authentic and just the kind of skeeze that you’d see at a rundown motel. The film very much slice of life with a focus on Moonee and Halley’s relationship and their own trials and tribulations of Halley trying to make ends meet and Moonee just enjoying her summer break unsupervised. Having the backdrop of being set near Disney World and Willem Dafoe’s tremendous role also helped elevate the film. I didn’t feel bad when Halley turned out to be a prostitute and beat the shit out of Ashley because she brought that on herself and felt so bad for Moonee at the end of the film since she was gonna get taken away. I don’t know if I liked the ending as much as I would have liked but I suppose it ties into the setting of being near Disney World and finally being able to experience the things that she tried to make the best out of in her own situation.
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Punsy McHale - Wed, 30 May 2018 06:50:38 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.398680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398640

Wow small world! i just finished watching the florida project the other day, i agree with pretty much everything you said although i really enjoyed the ending, because she knew she would likely never see her mother or her friend again and although having lived so close to disney world they go running into it just to experience it. Honestly seeing this tough cheeky girl cry at the end really broke my heart.

The juxtaposition of having the "happiest place on earth" right next to this place full of unsavoury people doing unsavoury things is really powerful in that when you go to something like disney land you often forget that most of the people who work at disney land get paid minimum wage and outside of this fantasy land real life is happening


I really enjoyed this movie and i think ill seek out more movies from this director.
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Godzilla - Wed, 30 May 2018 10:17:27 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm really confused by this Arrested Development. It's showing so much stuff as though it's "previously" but I remember none of this from the last season. Did I just forget or have they got a load of backstory they've decided to shove in?
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The Re-animator - Wed, 30 May 2018 15:05:58 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.398697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>397906
The Terror is great. Never heard about it and picked it up on a whim. No idea this even aired this year. Between this and The Expanse Jared Harris is killing it.
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Leslie Vernon - Wed, 30 May 2018 15:33:17 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.398702 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398697

Jared Harris has always been fucking awesome. Thanks for reminding me to binge watch The Terror now that I can.
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Alex Kingston - Wed, 30 May 2018 15:57:31 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398704 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398640
I used to live in one of those seedy long term stay motels in Tx, been meaning to get around to that and see if those familiar types translate over to Florida.
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Miria Harvent - Thu, 31 May 2018 21:16:58 EST ID:C/vw37Rr No.398757 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This movie was awesome. The right approach to doing Lovecraftian cinema, felt like The Ritual and David Lynch.
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Buck Rogers - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 00:20:50 EST ID:H1jiz8QZ No.398766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398640
i got excited about this thinking it was a real life docu, kind of like Errol Morris, "vernon florida" type of thing. (Check that out, anyone who hasn't heard of that btw.) then i saw it was fiction :(
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Terri Farrell - Fri, 01 Jun 2018 01:20:27 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Idk how The Terror managed to go below the radar for me and some other people. It's really dope. Legit horrifying at times and super well done suspense.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 03 Jun 2018 14:23:41 EST ID:W6e8Eu+J No.398869 Report Quick Reply
Finished watching season 8 of The Office. Definitely a step down without Michael but it still has its moments like the whole Florida storyline I thought was good especially for Dwight trying to compete with Todd Packer to become vice president. Currently watching the final season now.
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William Shakespeare - Sun, 03 Jun 2018 20:46:50 EST ID:UQ9tgCbo No.398881 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398757
This was fucking dog shit and I usually like more arthouse style horror. Like I love Lynch, Lovecraft, and The Ritual but this movie was a hypnotic pile of nothing.

Pretty cinematography though and the acting wasn't exactly bad, nor was the dialogue. The plot just dragged at a glacial pace and did not provide like any sense of payoff. Mostly just a guy walking through the woods. Seriously wow this movie was awful.
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Gary Oldman - Sun, 03 Jun 2018 23:49:16 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.398886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398881
I have to agree. I like lovecraftian stuff alright as well as Lynch and my brother loves Lovecraft. We both thought it was a complete waste of our time.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:01:04 EST ID:2sOLJv0q No.398895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398886
>>398881
haha ouch
Maybe I only liked it because I was a fan of the book, not that the book was any less confusing/weird
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:14:14 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.398896 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched that Jurrassic World (the new jurassic park) and i actually really liked it i thought it was pretty scary. definitely better than 2 and 3 but not as good as 1.
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Lee Adama - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:40:15 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.398897 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398757
>>398881
>>398886
>>398895
I really liked the film, but yeah there were problems. In a way the film reminds me of A Field in England. Does a similar thing, but pulls it off a lot better.

I do respect how the film didn't just infodump the ending on me, even if the ending was less than elegant. One thing I hate most about Lovecraftian horror is an infodump at the end that explains everything, for obvious reasons.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:46:00 EST ID:2sOLJv0q No.398898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398897
Couldn't agree more about Lovecraft always overexplaining and leaving things in a neatly tied Cosmic Horror bow. This movie is based on Laird Barron, a master surrealist whose stories rarely have concrete endings. Most of his stories are interconnected so the more you read, the more implications you can pull from stories you read of his beforehand.
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Lee Adama - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 06:57:37 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.398899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398898
I wasn't talking about how Lovecraft does cosmic horror, I was talking about how Hollywood will often make a horror film that has some Lovecraftian themes and just before the story ends being truly Lovecraftian with enough loose ends to keep nagging long after the story is finished, they fucking explain everything.

For proper Lovecraftian horror you only need a few hints of something bigger than humanity and you're done.
Like how they did here.
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Starburns - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 07:17:06 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398898
>Laird Barron, a master surrealist
???
no
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 07:21:57 EST ID:2sOLJv0q No.398901 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398900
Enjoy your life of having shit taste, mate.
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Starburns - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 07:31:48 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398901
Shit as my taste may be, it has nothing to do with who is and is not a surrealist.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 09:42:30 EST ID:2sOLJv0q No.398904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398903
SO someone who writes surreal, Kafkaesque horror in modern times isn;t a surrealist? Why, because you only count old shit from the OG surrealist movement as surrealist? Fuck off.
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Starburns - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 09:56:44 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398904
He's just not a surrealist. Ask him if you like. Ask any of his peers, critics and reviewers if he's a surrealist, or if maybe he just writes dark fantasy, weird fiction and horror. Then realise you're just reacting angrily to having a stupid thing you said pointed out.
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Lee Adama - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 10:14:04 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.398906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eternal art student here, there's a difference between surreal material and surrealist material. One's a stylistic concept, the other is an actual art movement. You're both right. SLAYER.
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Starburns - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 10:15:52 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398906
Nobody said anything about surreal material. It's been surrealist every time its been mentioned.
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 18:04:28 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.398914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398907

but how else would you know they are an art student?
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Akira - Mon, 04 Jun 2018 23:18:40 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398757
I quite enjoyed this. Especially the ending. I lol'd at the ending with a kinda cathartic feeling. It was exactly the kind of fun schlock I needed though not the one I was expecting. I do with we could have seen female scientist's tits though.

I imagine I and many others would have enjoyed it even more with some answers like say if it turned out that touching the ram horn was creating the issues or if they were being drugged and experimented on but I do quite enjoy it as it is.
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Lump Beefbroth - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 19:01:15 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.398943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398907
I'm explaining you why some people use the word surrealist when they should have used the word surreal, you fucking retarded chucklefuck.
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Lump Beefbroth - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 19:17:14 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.398944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So normally in a Lovecraftian story, the hero resists the horror on a personal level, but must come to terms that the hero cannot resist the horror outside, in the world. Which results in death, madness due to the inability to accept the horror outside or apparent madness to outsiders; I'll take a quote as an example from Re-Animator "No, I did not (kill dr. Gruber). I gave him life. ".

But here, in They Remain - both characters realise the scope of the horror outside, and accept the horror on a personal level. The night fight is the pivotal point. The moment both realise that whatever the horror offers is far better than what human society offers. After they reunite in the cave, on some level, they become a cult of two, a family - brought together by whatever the fuck that horn was.
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Starburns - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 22:39:13 EST ID:UQ9tgCbo No.398950 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398897
yeah i do feel you on overexplaining the vast cosmic unknown in hollywood representations of lovecraftian horror but i do prefer a balance between the ineffability of cosmic horror and the structure/palatability of typical story structure/progression. also i am kind of a basic pleb and really appreciate some kind of tentacled beast in my lovecraftian horror. maybe it's a fetish idk lmao



>>398944
I mean i did understand the movie, it was just the pacing and delivery that i took issue with.
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Nancy Botwin - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 23:27:14 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398951 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I really like the sets on The Terror. Also the acting is phenomenal. Felt very theatrical like stage acting, and all the veteran actors in the show really shine. Well everyone does.
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Mike Nichols - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 00:37:22 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.398952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398951
So much of the things this series done were done to perfection. So many bromance/buddy military moments. Gotta love the slow atmospheric horror too. I kept expecting it to be some Lovecraft-themed eldritch horror. Instead we got a cool look at Inuit culture and they're monster in the Tuunbaq.

Can I say that it's refreshing that the antagonist is gay. He's not vilified for it, it doesn't paint his motivations. He's a crazy selfish asshole who just happens to be gay

It reminded me of so many other things (The Thing, Master & Commander, Ravenous, Sharpe, etc.) but it perfectly blends it to become it's own story. And bonus round: It's a self-contained single season story.
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Kyle Reese - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 03:13:05 EST ID:7f415ttP No.398956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398952
Agreed, The Terror is fucking 10/10
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Al Bundy - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 07:55:50 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.398957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398944
>been sorting TES pics all morning
>check out what /mtv/'s doin'
>this is the topmost post
Chim is real.
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Chandler Bing - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 08:50:09 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.398960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398957
>see chim
>what is this chim?
>learn
>attain chim
>all plants now get you high
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Al Bundy - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 09:36:29 EST ID:IGClfu5B No.398961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398960
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Tom Haverford - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 10:44:37 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This was pretty decent.
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Tom Haverford - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 17:13:34 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.398972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398963
Just found out that the whole "broadcast live" thing isn't nonsense, the whole thing was filmed in one shot and actually broadcast live, or close to. That's seriously impressive.
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G'Kar - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 20:00:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.398983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398963
I'm guessing those three were getting high together and came up with the idea. I'm interested to see how their highdea turned out.
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Diana - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 01:41:19 EST ID:sTHWmPCU No.399000 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Arrested Development s5
>30yo Maebe still wants to kiss to teach them a lesson
>50yo fat af Gob telling Kitty hair up, no down, no up
It's time to be done with this
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Slake Fistcrunch - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 02:28:27 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399000

Seems like Wet Hot American Summer handled the entire cast being old as fuck better than Arrested Development did.
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G'Kar - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 05:18:32 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>398952
Finally finished it and it went in pretty much any direction but the way I expected it. It all looped around and made such a beautifully clear, and cathartic, distinct from the rest of the pack, whole. It was so glaringly clear how much a work of love it was as you watch. Seriously, 10/10. Even my favorite shows and movies I will never give a 10 because even greatness isn't perfect. That felt perfect and I can't overstate how refreshing it was.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 16:24:49 EST ID:nditVok7 No.399014 Report Quick Reply
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Finished The Office season 9. It was a lot better than 8 though that’s probably more to do with Greg Daniels taking over as showrunner and stuff. I think aside from butchering Andy’s character into being a Michael Scott clone and that stupid storyline with Brian the cameraman, it was actually a pretty decent season. The last three episodes, I thought wrapped up almost every character’s story and ended the show on a strong note. I also thought Pete and Clark were good additions to the cast and it made up for how bad Robert California was. Probably gonna rewatch Arrested Development with my friend before we watch season 5 after I get caught up on my other shows.
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Steve Coogan - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 20:12:26 EST ID:cW6uiZL6 No.399020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399002
that's pretty high praise. can you put that into context by posting your favourite shows, or maybe comparing it to others? i'm interested in it, but mainly because of the praise i've heard about the book.
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Err - Thu, 07 Jun 2018 21:26:58 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399020
Well stuff like Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, The Wire, The Expanse, Babylon 5.. They all get 8's and 9's but one advantage that The Terror has on these shows it that it's just one season. So instead of it being constantly full of cliffhangers and other devices used to keep you coming back, it's just a 10 hour well crafted movie. It leaves you feeling more satisfied knowing that's it and enjoying it that way. And even all of those shows have at least one or two pitfalls because of the format.
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genophyte - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 07:02:51 EST ID:fst3Ra8b No.399038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398951
jesus i forgot this was even out somehow.

definitely gonna binge this next week..also this makes me hopeful for simmons ihyperion adaptation being pretty good
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Afro Samurai - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 11:48:32 EST ID:kJ8scVWB No.399065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally caught up on The Expanse.

I liked how in the first season there was an emphasis on the Belter language and there'd be cool future tech in the background all the time, and in the current season the Belters just speak English with an accent and nobody in the solar system knows what CGI is.
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Paddy Maguire - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 14:02:39 EST ID:j/qCieLR No.399070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Batman Ninja

So I expected this to be a somewhat standard Batman story in a Japanese samurai-era setting, which it is for the first 2 acts or so. But then they dial that shit up to 11 and go full Japan, pretty awesome if you can appreciate the ridiculousness.
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Rachel Luttrell - Fri, 08 Jun 2018 20:04:47 EST ID:/m+eSjEC No.399086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399070
I was hyped for that but didn't like it at all. Felt like nothing happened in the whole movie it was just an excuse for fight scenes and nothing more.
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Edgar Wright - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 07:55:43 EST ID:7mlgURSt No.399158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399070
Not sure I count Batman as sci-fi
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Discarded Kopeing - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:01:40 EST ID:+kS7Rido No.399180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally rewatched First Blood.

Still the best Drama/Action-movie out there.
(and by far better than the cheap Punisher on njetflix!)

I was surprised it still holds up!
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Oolong - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:08:31 EST ID:SXI/TOhM No.399182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399070
Should have just been a video game tbh
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Raven Darkhölme - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 17:49:28 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399180

Is that from a 4K rip you downloaded or did you blow that up for some reason?
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Diana - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 22:44:49 EST ID:GsNfFpfL No.399195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399180
Classic. I think the anti-authoritarian themes are maybe more relevant than ever. It always blows my mind that this ended up as a franchise with a children's cartoon.

>>399184
He has a 4k monitor and has taken a screenshot for some reason. The source looks like a 1GB 720p rip. Because of all the film grain, low bit rate encodes are guaranteed to look like trash.
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Wade Welles - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 02:52:05 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.399200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Pose
So far I'm digging the show, even putting aside Ryan Murphy's terrible dialogue. Not really a fan of his, but the ball scene makes for a great setting. Kind of like a Paris in Burning as a narrative series instead of a documentary.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 09:53:36 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.399217 Report Quick Reply
Finally catching up on my shows after binging The Office. First up is the first of the last four episodes of Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 5. Blake Anderson playing Amy’s ex and Reginald VelJohnson as himself notwithstanding, it was a pretty funny episode. That scene where Jake, Holt and Terry were drunk at the table after Charles left was hilarious especially getting stuck in that loop. Glad NBC revived it.
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Squidward Tentacles - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 19:42:30 EST ID:djHHokhJ No.399241 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have just finished watching The Sopranos, The Wire, Rome, Carnivale, Deadwood, Bored to Death, Boardwalk Empire, and Oz. I've spent months dedicating my NEETness to binging these shows and now they're all done what the fuck can I occupy myself with?
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Leela - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 19:59:19 EST ID:Ae9K9j+u No.399242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399241
Six Feet Under
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Stanley Kubrick - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 20:58:30 EST ID:djHHokhJ No.399243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399242
Thank you I didn't realize Michael C Hall was a major star and I love that fucker
Two episodes in and I'm hooked props
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Debra Morgan - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 00:57:38 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.399255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399241
I 100% recommend This is England. Its a movie and 3 seasons. Its probably the only show that has really hit me hard. I'd also recommend Love/Hate which is a great crime show. There is also ton of sci-fi.
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Debra Morgan - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 01:03:01 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.399256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399255
Oh, shit, and Underbelly.
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Hei - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 01:34:10 EST ID:niNe34jp No.399258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just noticed redlettermedia did a rogue one commentary track so I guess I'll be getting real drunk tonight while I dip my toes in the new stah wahs
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Stanley Kubrick - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 04:59:45 EST ID:djHHokhJ No.399263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399256
>>399255
Sorry, should've specified I want good TV shows
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Robin Williams - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 11:00:52 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It makes me very happy that #1 waifu Gillian Anderson has a recurring role in Hannibal. When i saw "special guest star Gillian Anderson" on the opening credits I shrieked.
It's pretty amazing how consistent she is. Typically when you have a role that is as iconic as Scully, you can't get past it, but now any time you see her she just exudes raw talent and total confidence in acting and grace.
She's so beautiful even though she looks like she had plastic surgery on her face. From certain angles she looks like a 10/10 sexy skeleton or a succubus. If i woke up to her fellating me and felt my soul leaving me with a slurp i would delight in the choice of demon the devil chose for me.
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Hei - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 14:05:15 EST ID:niNe34jp No.399279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399263
>>399241
Since there are a lot of hbo shows in there watch Eastbound and Down
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 14:59:50 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.399285 Report Quick Reply
>>399241
The Leftovers
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Debra Morgan - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 17:06:34 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.399286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399263
This is England and Love/Hate are both great shows. Underbelly has some really good seasons and a couple of just okay seasons. All three kind of line up with the stuff you've been watching.
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Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart - Tue, 12 Jun 2018 21:19:31 EST ID:SXI/TOhM No.399296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally got around to watching The Nice Guys. I love me some comedy noir. 9/10
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Katsuhiro Otomo - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 07:23:41 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.399307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396768
Finally got around watching the Big Short. Pretty good, I really enjoyed Steve Carell, although at times he came off as a smarter yet completely unhinged version of Michael Scott.
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Meriadoc 'Merry' Brandybuck - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 13:14:39 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Caught up on Brockmire, latest episode was fantastic. Fuck Charles for screwing over Jim like that, though. Really looking forward to the last two episodes of the season.
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Twayne Boneraper - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 20:11:48 EST ID:/fXR7756 No.399319 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This show Flowers is fucking incredible.

It's extremely funny and will make you cry like a bitch.
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Twayne Boneraper - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 20:12:56 EST ID:/fXR7756 No.399320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck me. Forgot the image.

The japanese guy is fucking hilarious.
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Louisse Belcher - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 00:17:22 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.399325 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399320
See So is still alive? Thought they killed it.

Is there anywhere else we can watch this (short of torrents)?
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Twayne Boneraper - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 01:13:35 EST ID:/fXR7756 No.399327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399320
I think you can watch it on the Channel4 website if you VPN over to Britain.

Channel4 has been far better to me than BBC iPlayer ever has. Generally has a lot more stuff at any given moment I actually want to watch.

But the only reason I know about the show is because I caught a bumper at the end of Humans.
Because I torrented it.
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Eric Wareheim - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 04:28:17 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Solaris (1972)

Pretty great movie. Apparently it's Russia's Space Odyssey.

I really loved the camera tricks. There was so much in each scene that it really gave you a lot to think about and point out. Loved the ending and all the philosophical babbling. Also, lots of literary references that made me feel validated when I got them.
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Eric Wareheim - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 04:36:01 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399330
1976** not sure why I thought it was 72
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Mr. Popo - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 05:20:59 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.399332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399330
Heh, saw you mention it on /b/, you must really like it. I tried watching it, I don't know what happened but I wasn't patient enough to sit through the long shots. One day I'll actually watch it.
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Eric Wareheim - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 06:00:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399332
Yeah I can get that. Pretty much nothing happens for the first hour, but I'd say it's definitely worth it.
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genophyte - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 06:29:51 EST ID:ri96qASQ No.399334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399330
The George Clooney remake is worth a watch surprisingly .

Its also worth noting the novel just recently iirc got its first proper English translation around 2010 and that the remake is closer to the novels vision
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Spike - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 07:53:18 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.399336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399334
I think the Tarkovsky one far better gets across the emotions and mystery of the book than the Clooney one.
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Boba Fett - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:20:34 EST ID:8HKjevK1 No.399342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished re watching spun. Still love that movie after seeing it for the first time 13 years ago. Never get's old.
This scene still gets me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0qf4F2lsNQ

Amy....
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Daffy Duck - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:49:24 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.399343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Star Wars
>Empire
>ROTJ
>The Force Awakens
>Rogue One
>Solo
>Last Jedi
>Revenge of the Sith
>Clones
>Phantom Menace

Rogue One was cool and the chick is cute. FIGHT ME
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Daffy Duck - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 19:52:00 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.399344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399343
shit meant to put in star wars thread, pls delete these posts and i'll move
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Troy McClure - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 20:33:37 EST ID:Ae9K9j+u No.399347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished up the new series of Queer Eye. Good show, even if the sections where they deal with "tough" subject matter felt slightly forced. Watching shlubs be transformed is pretty cathartic.
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Maggie - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 00:21:18 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399347
How come we get a queer eye for the straight guy but not a straight eye for the queer guy. Discrimination. De-queerify those fags, that's what I want. It's what the people want.
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Theora Jones - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 02:47:05 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.399354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399353
Wait so you wanna see a homo get dressed in a wifebeater, 5$ jeans and flipflops?
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Xander Crews - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 04:23:31 EST ID:h6PZxEoz No.399356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399343
who's this qt?
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Maggie - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 04:26:35 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399354
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Shirley Henderson - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 10:17:16 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.399361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399356
if only her name was in large font across the picture
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Wendell T. Stamps - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:31:03 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.399363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399361
Maybe he can Tin Eye it....
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Badger - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 07:03:08 EST ID:1TaYAkMB No.399376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399361
I found this image that looks similar, but I can't tell if it her or not because no one bothered to put a name on it.
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Major Motoko Kusanagi - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 07:18:54 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.399377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>399342

Watching it now based on your post. did i download a censored version or are they beeping out swear words and nudity?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 13:57:19 EST ID:dE0ImLL6 No.399382 Report Quick Reply
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I watched Up and Ratatouille with my friend who is trying to get me to watch the Pixar films I haven’t seen yet, which to be fair I’ve only seen a couple, although she finds Toy Story to be overrated.

Anyways I throroughly enjoyed both films but I preferred Up since I was more invested in the narrative of its plot and its characters. The way that Up opens up with a montage of Carl and Ellie’s relationship, it really gave me a lot of feels, and I thought that it really helped to sell the emotion of Carl’s grief he feels for Ellie and his journey to Paradise Falls rewarding. I also liked Russell and Dug’s humor helping to counterbalance Carl’s cantankerous disposition. I was also really surprised by how adult the film was in its subject matter and how violent it was.

Ratatouille was good and I liked the theme of Remy being in an identity crisis of wanting to pursue his ambition of being a chef and human by extension versus being loyal to his family and living the rat life. I did like the art direction of how they portrayed Paris and the restaurant.
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Steve Buscemi - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 14:11:28 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.399383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399382
UP should've ended after the first 20 minutes
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John Carter - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 14:36:38 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.399384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This is interesting, only 1 ep out so far but some of you should give it a watch.

Seems to be a serious drama about a struggling guy in 1920 trying to invent rockets capable of getting to space Spoiler: He's not going to because it wasn't until the 1940s that the Germans made rockets even approaching that sort of thing while also getting involved with Satanists (Crowley denomination). The rocket stuff seems more interesting than the Satanist stuff so far but it's all very well written and produced and stuff.
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Chippy - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 14:39:26 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.399385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399382
I love UP but holy shit I was not ready for those first 10 minutes or so.
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Rachel Luttrell - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 15:35:19 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been binging Hannibal some more. Fun show. Though it occasionally gets a bit corny, that intense crazy realism mixed with surrealism is very engaging. I can see why it might have gotten cancelled though, it's a bit much for a network like NBC. Feels like a show that should be on HBO or AMC. Very intense.

Really enjoying it though.
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Malcom Reynolds - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 00:43:51 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.399432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I finally found this god damn tv show from when I was a kid. It was always on at like 6 and I never saw it again. Unfortunately I can only find these youtube videos. If anyone can find more I will suck your dick.

https://youtu.be/YklA6LIk46I

I remember it being super fun at 6 am and I'd watched almost every episode. It's a shitty list show but the stuff they find and talk about is really cool.
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Nicol Williamson - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 08:31:42 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.399443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Decided to watch all the Jurassic Park movies since I hadn't seen them for a while and never seen the new one.

My big takeaway from all movies is that most of the surviving people are going to suffer from severe PTSD, especially those poor kids.

>Jurassic Park
Still holds up mostly, takes a while to get going though. Tells the best story out of all of them.

>Lost World
Kinda meh, it has some cool moments but the structure and story are kinda off.

>Jurassic Park 3
A wholly unnecessary movie. It's kinda cool how the entire movie is almost non-stop run for your life, but that's about it.

>Jurassic World
Pretty neat how they showed the park and plenty of nods to the original movie. The super dinosaur was kind of a dumb plot device though, and overall it was kinda underwhelming when shit supposedly hit the fan.
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Dualla - Mon, 18 Jun 2018 09:07:49 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.399444 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399443
Fallen Kingdom is a good popcorn flick but there is a lot of 'wait what?' moments in it.
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Chuck Lorre - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 04:16:21 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the first couple episodes of Hitchhiker's Guide, the og BBC show. It's surprisingly good. It feels more tight than the movie. I think this works better in show form tbh.
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Peter Griffin - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 19:48:08 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.399509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone else know Battlebots returned at the beginning of the month, and moves to the Science channel?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 20 Jun 2018 20:12:48 EST ID:q/xSH8yw No.399512 Report Quick Reply
Finally watched the season finales of Silicon Valley and Atlanta. Silicon Valley just seemed like a retread of what we've seen before and Atlanta was actually really good and Darius was the MVP of that episode dropping that wisdom on Earn about Alfred. I also liked that conversation between Earn and Al on the plane about trying to survive and then finding out the gun Earn got rid of ended up with Luke.

Anyone gonna watch Yellowstone? It looks pretty interesting since it's from Taylor Sheridan, who wrote Sicario, Hell and High Water and Wind River and it stars Kevin Costner.
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Nabe Shogun - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 01:10:31 EST ID:LvrFTCns No.399520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399472

Yeah, because it mirrors the original radio play format. Except it also has all of the refinements of the book that came out later.

There's just nothing particularly visual about it that needs to be a high production value movie. It's all about the writing and voice performances. The visual format can make some complicated ideas immediately obvious and potentially cut down on narration though.
But a lot of that stuff was already baked into the dialogue anyway.
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Snake Plissken - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 09:18:59 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.399536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399512

>Silicon Valley just seemed like a retread of what we've seen before

I am legitimately surprised! i thought they would have learnt by now.
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Alice Krige - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 19:47:04 EST ID:bPOqFbTO No.399543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rewatching Angel, about to start the ep where Doyle dies. RIP in the show and IRL
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Sean Bean - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 00:47:49 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.399551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Warcraft last night, it was actually pretty fun to watch, i was expecting something really dull based on the reaction it got when it came out.

Watched Taken today, fantastic movie.
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Joy Peters - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 08:33:20 EST ID:8Einazm3 No.399568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nobody appreciates Warcraft for the pretty sweet movie it actually is.
Nobody except China. Who loved Warcraft so much they made their own.
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Sean Bean - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 19:49:06 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.399581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399568

yeah, i honestly would probably go and see the second one in cinemas, i liked warcraft better than the last jedi, if thats saying something.
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Nichelle Nichols - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 22:15:39 EST ID:vTQ4uL9x No.399584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>398169
It's always bugged me that it wasn't titled Black Christmas.
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David Banner - Fri, 22 Jun 2018 23:03:48 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's no thread for this but

>The Terror renewed for season 2

Looks like they're doing it as a historical fiction anthology series.

"The new season will be set during World War II and follow the horrific journey of Japanese-Americans from life in Southern California to internment camps and war in the Pacific. Season 2 will be executive-produced by True Blood's Alexander Woo with Godzilla's Max Borenstein serving as the new showrunner. 10 new episodes are expected to arrive sometime in 2019."

The choice of internment camps being central to the plot seems a bit suspect, considering the timing. I hope it's not political. Just keep it surreal.

http://www.tvguide.com/news/the-terrror-renewed-season-2/
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Orson Welles - Sun, 24 Jun 2018 03:14:44 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.399628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been watching Luke Cage season 2. Pretty good so far. Pacing isbetter than the first season. Luke's rogues gallery is feeling organic and really cool.

Pic related is still the best part of any Netflix Marvel show.
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Brendon Small - Mon, 25 Jun 2018 11:07:14 EST ID:uhcpJ1Qv No.399658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Preacher's back. Season premiere was pretty fuckin' "meh." Purgatory was neat, and I got a little excited when I realized that God was probably saying (comic spoilers) "Find the fallen angel," and we might be going to Masada for real this season, but everything else felt like wheel-spinning. No Starr, no Arseface, no Saint, and no Adolf Fucking Hitler. Hopefully we don't have to put up with this shit for long before things kick back into gear.
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Ren Höek - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 00:44:56 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399701 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Yo Barry is pretty good.
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genophyte - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 01:29:36 EST ID:fst3Ra8b No.399705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399628
Episode ten is hands down favorite episode of all the marvel Netflix series so far.

Only thing that kinda bugs me about Luke cage is shades..I can't seem to separate him from sons of anarchy
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Chairface Chippendale - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 04:07:59 EST ID:LNNKPsOF No.399706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399628
There's a season 2? Did Netflix just give up on marketing?
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Theora Jones - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 07:21:31 EST ID:coLWyDOs No.399712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399701
Barry is refreshing because it takes the premise and actually runs with it. There aren't stupid cop outs.

>>399705
Episode 10 was great. It was such a tease for Heroes for Hire. tbh tho, most of the season felt like that.
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Lump Beefbroth - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 09:45:19 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.399715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399706
they spent all the marketing for during the BET awards
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Ren Höek - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 15:40:40 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399722 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399712
You just took my thoughts and put them to words. I knew that Barry felt refreshing and almost old school but I couldn't put my finger on why.
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Tom Reagan - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 18:14:34 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.399723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Still watching Battlebots. They're still establishing ranks and who qualifies for the actual tournament.
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Michael Shannon - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 10:37:02 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.399744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Preacher's back.
Does anyone feel confident they know what was going on when the last season ended?
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Londo Mollari - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 11:02:16 EST ID:5AZNgE2q No.399745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399744
The premiere seemed underwhelming, maybe since they didn't get Rogen to direct it like he usually does for season premieres. I read some reviewers who have seen a handful of episodes who say this season kind of loses the plot, which is sad to hear.
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Tyler Durden - Thu, 28 Jun 2018 11:58:56 EST ID:qMXyQXCM No.399747 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399744
I honestly really liked the premiere. Love all the interpretations of the afterlife in this version. I assume the season will mostly take place in Angelville. I have a feeling they're gonna make T.C. more of a lovable retard than a monster but we'll see.
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Joss Whedon - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 15:01:38 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished up Brockmire Season 2. Not sure what the fuck that finale was. Penultimate episode was weird, too. Why did the rehab card Charles gave Jim have the number of the insane redhead on it instead of an actual rehab center? Was the crazy redhead the disgraced CEO of the rehab center and so the story was that Jim used his money to re-open the rehab center over the following year when he got clean? What happened to the insane redhead? At least both episodes still managed to get a couple really funny bits in between the bizarre shit. Seeing the mascot arrive late to the intervention and be revealed to be a teenage girl this whole time was a fucking brilliant punchline to a season-long joke. Not sure where they're going to go from here, but they got renewed for a third and fourth season already so here's hoping they haven't run out of ideas after a sophomore season that had higher highs than the first season but also lower lows.
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Joss Whedon - Fri, 29 Jun 2018 15:14:52 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399774

Actually nevermind about the first part. Did a little research and it turns out the crazy redhead gave him that card at the end of episode 5 or 6, I forget which, and the card Charles gave Jim with the actual rehab number on it Jim put in his other pocket. It still seems like quite the stretch that Jim managed to be wearing the same pants on the day of the intervention and still had the crazy redhead's card in his pocket so he could, in I guess his currently buzzed state while talking to Charles, take out the wrong card from his pocket without even realizing it. It's also a bit of a stupidly written coincidence that the crazy redhead gave him a card saying "SoberTunities" on it so Jim could get fooled by it and think he was calling the rehab center Charles referred him to.
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Chewbacca - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 15:00:04 EST ID:Lokp7zYj No.399796 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399775
I'm pretty sure he knew exactly who he was calling.
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Sister Mary Eunice - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 16:19:42 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.399797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399796

He seemed confused when he got to the house and went inside, though. Pretty sure he remarked about how it wasn't what he was expecting a rehab facility to be like.
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Nicholas Cage - Sun, 01 Jul 2018 11:34:44 EST ID:wAjN/1s5 No.399836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399797
Shit, now I can't remember for sure. He was a little confused / generally remarking on the location, but I thought it was more "I didn't expect you to bring me into some random mansion in the middle of nowhere," like he was expecting her to meet him at a bar. Fuck, I wish I'd kept the episodes. Anyone who hasn't watched the last few episodes of the season, please solve this for us.

I watched Annihilation last night. Good god, half of it was the most beautiful thing I've ever seen like that deer cloning itself, all of the plants, and Josie surrendering to the prism and the rest was one of the most unsettling things I've ever seen. I've seen tons of horror, I love creepy / unnatural horror, but thinking about that fucking bear and all the body horror is still disturbing me. A week or two after it came out someone posted a 'mind-expansion' image for it and I spent half the movie chuckling about "the lighthouse keeper's a fag," if anyone still has it, please post it.
Fucking great movie. If you haven't seen it yet, I strongly suggest you get stoned af beforehand, assuming you can handle the creepy shit while high. I wish I'd waited until I could do so.
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Stephanie Speck - Sun, 01 Jul 2018 13:47:35 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.399841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399836
It's still in the old thread >>395517
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 02 Jul 2018 00:27:49 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.399856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Brooklyn Nine-Nine s05e20-22 - Show Me Going, White Whale and Jake & Amy

Watched the final three episodes of season 5 and B99 being on Fox. I thought they were good. The season finale was also really good and Jake and Amy's improvised wedding at the precinct was sweet and Teddy's bomb disposal robot being the ring bearer. Can't believe I gotta wait till next year on NBC to find out whether Holt got the commissioner job.

>GLOW season 2

The new season of GLOW just came out on Friday and I binged it today. I really enjoyed the season and even if you're not a wrestling fan, it's a fun and easy watch. We're also discussing it here >>>/wooo/6091634
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Dr. Wongburger - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 22:17:48 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.399979 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Getting close to the finale of season 3 of Hannibal. I thought season 3 started off kinda lame and corny but damn has it gotten good.

I feel like this is probably pretty blasphemous, but I think Mads Mikkelsen has played Hannibal Lecter just as good (or maybe even better?) as Anthony Hopkins. For him to even try to play Hannibal and not get booed out of the house is an amazing achievement to be quite honest.

Also, it made me feel a bit morbid that after seeing all these amazing meals he makes with human flesh in season 1 and 2 I became really hungry for some of that gourmet shit.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 04 Jul 2018 23:37:04 EST ID:q/xSH8yw No.399981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399979
The second half of season 3 really picks up once they adapt Red Dragon. And Mads is awesome as Hannibal, he's a great actor and really fit the role.
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Anton Chigurh - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 01:52:00 EST ID:7f415ttP No.399988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399979
Agreed, he's on par I'm almost scared to say it but I think he's better in my heart of hearts but maybe just because there's so much more of him in the show than Hopkins in the movies timewise.
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Mouse Fitzgerald - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 12:18:24 EST ID:wAjN/1s5 No.400008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399979
>Also, it made me feel a bit morbid that after seeing all these amazing meals he makes with human flesh in season 1 and 2 I became really hungry for some of that gourmet shit.
There's a Hannibal cookbook, sans human flesh, of course.
I saw a few scans of pages after it was published and it just made me sad to know I can't afford to pay $500 for all the ingredients for a single meal. Maybe that's why Hannibal did what he did: wagyu beef is fucking expensive, human flesh is free.
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John Belushi - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 12:58:18 EST ID:fwKsRaPt No.400012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>399979

I only watched the series because of Mads, the beautiful cooking scenes, good visuals and the nice looking gore. Didn't really care for the other characters that much, especially Will Graham.
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Pete Hogwallop - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 15:51:14 EST ID:j/qCieLR No.400014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Better Call Saul

Man this show is great, Bob Odenkirk really kills it with the feels and humor.
Main flaw I guess is that some characters look older than they did in Breaking Bad, I mean Mike looks like he's 90 years old but he's supposedly still a huge badass.
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Clu - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 16:42:27 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.400017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400014
I love the Mike scenes but I always find myself asking "does he ever fucking sleep?" like he spends entire nights just plotting or surveilling. his background as a cop makes it plausible but man, all the old people i know fuckin' love naps.
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Pierce Hawthorne - Thu, 05 Jul 2018 18:49:25 EST ID:uBTn2NKh No.400019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400014
I bet Mike could beat up your dad.
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Pickles - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 00:36:08 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.400021 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just watched lawnmower man. Who approved that movie? It's a massive disaster, some parts were cool but it also could have just been like an hour of a dude summarizing neuromancer and then 30 minutes of count zero. It's cyb as hell which I really like but god damn is it clunky.
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Edward Morgan Blake - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 01:31:43 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Hannibal finale was immensely satisfying.

Bravo!

still a better love story than Twilight
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Krillian - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 04:48:24 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400021
It is clunky but it works. If you're a masochist give the sequel a watch. Nowhere near as good, in fact it's downright terrible. Its only saving grace is that Job is now played by Matt Frewer... sadly he doesn't bring any of that Max Headroom flava into it.
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Martin Freeman - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 10:25:37 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.400041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400017
>does he ever fucking sleep?

There's a few scenes I think where it's pretty clear that he's exhausted, I expected it to be a plot point that he fucks up because he's so tired but they just brush it off.

He's like a geriatric Batman
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 10:41:23 EST ID:RmgMbiRl No.400043 Report Quick Reply
>>400014
It’s a great show and I like as much as I did with Breaking Bad though the two shows have different tones. Looking forward to next month’s season premiere.
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Jamie Lannister - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 11:09:22 EST ID:z2nK8Gcl No.400044 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396768
Officially better than CHiggy.
Maiden voyage into the Sopranos, it's such a period piece now, the references, product placement and fashion make me feel like a 30 yo boomer.
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Dr. Helena Russell - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 11:30:35 EST ID:RtxO6LWD No.400045 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400044
This meme is gay and should really stay at the future where it belongs.
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Pickles - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 15:41:06 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.400049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400026
I actually started downloading it as soon as I finished it. I love cyb shit and it sounded just so shitty i was excited. I'll watch it eventually.
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Dominar Rygel XVI - Fri, 06 Jul 2018 23:01:02 EST ID:4PYKAkjr No.400054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
FYI - This might explain why so many people think B5 looks like shit now. It wasn't just the fault of the primitive CGI they used....

https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/22/babylon-5-digital-video-quality/

Kinda an interesting read about what can just go utterly wrong when it comes transferring a property across different media and standards.
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Lisa - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 01:03:42 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.400061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I watched Society. What the actual fuck. I agree with Jay from RLM don't look into it at all if your gonna watch it. However watch Re-animator first and if any part of it makes you noxious don't fucking watch Society.
so is the whole thing like the writer/directors fetish or some shit. I get the point of the movie and that's it's reach people who suck the life out of the poor etc. etc. but I don't get why you would make this fucking movie. Sweet jesus.
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Adam DeMamp - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 04:07:34 EST ID:7iysfHhg No.400066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400061
I did the same after finding out about it in the exact same way.
I thought it was pretty good, the ending was the only really noteworthy part, but it was kinda scary the way everyone slowly turns against him, the bit with the psychologist and the tape being switched is pretty unsettling.

I feel like the fetish thing is a bit of a tired angle. It's just body horror man, that's what most of the genre is like.
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Coach McGuirk - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 04:29:08 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.400067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400066

To be fair, the climax of the movie is a body horror orgy. There's definitely some sexual perversion going on there by Yuzna to create a movie just to show that.
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Fred Astaire - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 04:48:59 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400049
You'll hate it, but it'll look cool as hell!
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Genophyte - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 05:25:15 EST ID:uglq/G2s No.400069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400061

I liked how they left it open for sequel but never made one.

The most unsettling part for me has always been the big reveal about what they are historically .really makes you wonder what else is living among us in real life
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Lisa - Sat, 07 Jul 2018 10:54:59 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.400075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have to agree with >>400067 here. I can see where you're coming from >>400066 but my counter argument is this. I never felt tetsuo super sexual and I definitely didn't feel like it was the creators fetish.

>>400068
I'm pretty excited it took forever to download but I'm gonna watch it today. I may just end up skipping through it if it's that bad. I got through Johnny Mnemonic and Strange Days though so I'm not too worried about it.
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Donald Duck - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 04:44:41 EST ID:8HKjevK1 No.400187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched konosuba great idea for a show hella funny and some great action. Just started My Hero Academia i like it half in half out really hoping it picks up.
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Ian Chesterton - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 12:42:16 EST ID:So3cbY9b No.400198 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I watched a documentary about concrete on Amazon prime expecting it to be boring and lull me to sleep but most of it was just a showcase of beautiful concrete architecture. Good shit. It's called Concrete: Lived Hated and Used.
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Dr. Lawrence Gordon - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 17:07:47 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.400213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>396768
I was watching the season 1 finale of Luke Cage but I had to stop because it was just a giant shit show and I needed a break. They have a guy put on a fucking pair of coveralls and suddenly he gets super strength and bullets bounce off him without leaving a mark, like couldn't you have at least made it a cool looking tony stark exoskeleton or something? And why the fuck is everyone acting like Luke Cage's name has been cleared once he beats the guy up? No one even knows who that guy is besides Misty. There's lots of other shit that pissed me off too but overall I thought the series was pretty good. I especially enjoyed the music acts in the club and the whole aesthetic they had going on there.
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Scarlett Johansson - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 17:53:04 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400213
Season 2 is way better. There's relatively little filler and the big bad for the season is played really well. He's like Harlem's Killmonger. There's also an episode that makes up for the abortion that The Defenders was.
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The Joker - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 00:24:52 EST ID:AbGdlWj0 No.400220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400214
Yeah, S2 was miles ahead of S1 IMO. I almost didn't even watch it but I'm glad I gave it a chance.
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Grace Park - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 02:34:15 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Toward the end of season 2, Legion has gotten pretty glacial and somewhat nonsensical. I mean, it all mostly makes sense but the plot just feels like there wasn't much thought put into it besides making it seem like it's symbolic. I can see why the legion thread kinda just fell off randomly. I still enjoy it, but there's a reason I haven't finished it. I'm not engrossed by it like I was with season 1.
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Johnathan E - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 02:55:17 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400222
You're completely right.

So they added another episode to this season... but what did it really provide? It almost feels like they needed to add that episode to show David is more evil (ie mentally ill) than we portrayed him previously cause he gave Syd the ol' Hot Cosby.

It could work but it felt kinda forced the way it all boiled down. I'm convinced the opening scene of the finale, the animated psychic battle, was in the original finale and they padded out a few eps near the end of the season.

I'll watch next season eventually, but won't go out of my way to hunt it down the night it premieres.
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Martin Freeman - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 10:04:38 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.400229 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Rewatching Breaking Bad since it's been a while.

I used to be in the "Skyler is such a whiny unreasonable bitch" camp but on this 2nd viewing I realize she's just a normal mother trying to do what's best for her family (mostly the kids). She's kinda unstable at times but it's understandable given the shit she has to put up with.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 13:02:06 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.400231 Report Quick Reply
>>400223
I only watched the season premiere. Maybe I’ll get back into it but I don’t know.

>>400229
I don’t blame her for the way she’s acted given her circumstances even if she can be bitchy. Actually I think I like her more than Marie.
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Alucard - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 14:52:26 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400238 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400229
yeah people just reacted to Skyler the way they did as a knee jerk reaction toward her going against the protag. Granted the reactions were also heavily misogynistic but that's otherwise the root i think.
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Erin Gray - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 19:35:31 EST ID:uBTn2NKh No.400242 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400238
Lol. I love that picture.
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Marty McFly - Wed, 11 Jul 2018 20:05:36 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400229

Yeah, the way she acts is so well written it comes off surprisingly real, like her naivety consistently fucks things up and her wanting to be a good mother is also incredibly real. People often critisise her by saying things like "pfft i wouldnt do that, thats stupid" when in reality their lack of experience would probably lead them to doing the same things as her.

I think the main thing that people dont like about her is that she fucks things up for walt time and time again and because she is so well written she constantly tries to regain control over him as she had in the first season, but because he doesnt give any fucks she consistently fails to do so and fucks both herself and walt over

Walt fucked up their family beyond repair, theres no doubt about that, but Skylar didnt help, she exacerbated everything.
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Edward Norton - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 00:04:12 EST ID:fEqoEF2h No.400248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400231
ugh fucking Marie. THEY ARE FUCKING MINERALS YOU STUPID WHORE BITCH.

That stupid stealing storyline like wtf was that even about???
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 02:25:18 EST ID:q/xSH8yw No.400251 Report Quick Reply
>>400248
It’s her character flaw and that it’s to show how she’s trying to cope with how distant and cold Hank treated her after he got released from the hospital.
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Touch Rustrod - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 04:39:25 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.400255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400251
It doesn't lead anywhere though except for a lazy way for Hank to start investigating the blue meth case again. The cop who arrests Marie somehow needed to do that before he could contact Hank.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 12-07-2018 08:08:28
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Richard Armitage - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 06:19:34 EST ID:V/xrGwta No.400256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like others have said, Legion was boring af this season, so I stopped watching at some point. Anyways, I just binged the final 3 eps and either they were a lot cooler than the rest of the season, or the binge format made up for the lack of episode-to-episode story progression, but I really dug how it went out. Bring on season 3.
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Marty McFly - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:29:33 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400256

wow i totally forgot about legion after the third episode of season 2. is it actually worth watchint the rest of it?

--
Watching Bojack Horseman, upto season 3. pretty good show. had a few laughs, not a boring show at all. quite entertaining.
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George Romero - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 10:08:33 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.400259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400257
My favorite series running right now, comedy or otherwise. Season 5 is out in September.
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Joe D'Amato - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 19:22:50 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.400264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got around to watching Kingsman: Golden Circle. Loved the first movie, was mostly indifferent and annoyed by this one. I'm guessing it was because of either a scheduling conflict or pay dispute, but killing off Roxy was so colossally stupid. I also couldn't believe that the Swedish chick from the end of the first movie whose only rolse was for an anal joke became the prime love interest in this one and had SO MUCH screentime. She isn't even an interesting character, so that was weird. The CGI is also pretty jarring in this one, and they used way too much. There were some funny lines and a few really good scenes, but overall the movie is disappointing and is basically a mess of half-baked ideas and some really bad ones. The movie is also incredibly preachy about legalising narcotics, to an annoying degree. The first movie was a fun updated and absurd take on 60's spy movies & serials but this one just felt like a drawn-out infomercial for legalizing narcotics. And yeah, that's cool, but I watched a Kingsman movie to be entertained, not to be lectured on how "not all drug users are bad people".. Also, fucking lol at Channing Tatum being used so much to promote the movie and he's literally in the movie for like 5 minutes, part of which seems only to exist so show off his gigantic package. Hats off to his agent for pulling that one off, I guess. And Merlin's death felt stupidly forced, but at least it was cool to hear Mark Strong sing. The dude from Narcos is fucking great in this, though.. Never heard of him before and now I want to see him in more stuff.

Not looking forward to the third movie, especially if they pivot more towards showcasing the Statesman. Hopefully Matthew Vaughn figures out a really good story for the third one and doesn't just make it as a cynical cashgrab.
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Lexa Doig - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 20:04:29 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400257
The 4th season is pretty difficult to watch if you happen to be caring for your demented grandparents.
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The Master Control Program - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 20:26:19 EST ID:V/xrGwta No.400268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>catch up on Steven Universe
>they're having a gay wedding
Oh, this show. Never change. I know the UK likes to edit the gay stuff out of this show, I wonder how they'll handle this one.
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Lexa Doig - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 21:24:17 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400268
So that's why they made Ruby the girl and Sapphire the boy.

I was wondering who they were trying to trigger with that.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 12 Jul 2018 23:01:30 EST ID:q/xSH8yw No.400273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400257
It's by far one of the best adult animated shows going today. It's a great mix of humor and emotion. At first I wasn't sold on Will Arnett voicing BoJack but he really won me over in that second half of season 1.

>>400264
I saw it in the theater but I don't disagree with what you're saying. I still enjoyed it and I like how they shoot the action scenes but it was definitely a step down from the first film. Pedro Pascal is a good actor and his character was probably one of the best parts of the film. They've already deviated from the comics with a more comedic tone much like Men in Black did but I'll go see the third film for the hell of it.
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Robert DeNiro - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 00:40:59 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching Babylon 5 again and damn i forgot how damn the glorious the intro music is. And how funny the show is. I can appreciate all the jokes better the second time.
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Marge Simpson - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 00:47:44 EST ID:mxBB8KJY No.400276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400274
The Star Trek Voyager theme song is seriously underrated too.
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Terry Jones - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 06:19:05 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.400279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400276
honestly it's my favorite Trek theme. beats the hell out of Hate of the Fart at least.
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Robert DeNiro - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 07:42:12 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400276
Yeah even though voy is my least favorite trek series, it had the best theme tmo. DS9 has the worst lol. Maybe there's a correlation between good show, bad theme.

I'll admit though I've watched a free voyager episodes recently for the second time, Year of Hell being one, and I really appreciated them a lot more on a second watch. The first time through, so much about that show was annoying.it's almost endearing on second watch.
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Carrie Anne Moss - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 09:33:17 EST ID:Z6C41tnS No.400284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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How did I miss the space cowboy show of my dreams for more than 15 years?
But I guess I now have a couple of years less to deal with the pain from never getting a second season.
I'm saving the last episode and the movie for when I'm in need of a cheering up.

I'll probably try Babylon 5 next, since people in this thread seem to like it a lot, and I'm still craving for some scifi
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The Monarch - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 10:49:25 EST ID:SXI/TOhM No.400288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400284
If you really like it, they made the storyboards for season 2 into comics. It gives it a much more satisfying conclusion. Just read them right after binging the series so you can hear their voices when you read them.
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Robert DeNiro - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 11:52:27 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400284
Dark Matter (imo) draws some inspiration from Firefly. Whether or not they did well with that is up for debate but I got some similar feels from it. You might check that out as well.
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The Master Control Program - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 16:43:30 EST ID:V/xrGwta No.400293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400288
I hated the comics, especially the preacher's backstory being super generic and stupid. I hear now they're continuing the Firefly storyline as novels instead like Star Wars used to.
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Benedict Cumberbatch - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 18:37:04 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400293
oh fam fi a sec I thought you were talking about the Preacher comics and was like NAW SON. anyway the show sucks and the tone/characterization/everything is mishandled and apparently it's produced by fucking Seth Rogan so Idk what comic he read
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R. Lee Ermey - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:49:21 EST ID:wAjN/1s5 No.400302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400295
>the show (Preacher) sucks and the tone/characterization/everything is mishandled
To be fair, everything is fucking spot on when they stop the wheel-spinning bullshit. Every time things pick back up I think "this could've been shit that was cut from the comics." Practically everything outside of the main trio is perfect - Starr, Arseface, Adolf Fucking Hitler, The Saint, all great. Then they go back to 2-4 episodes of the trio sitting around with their thumbs up their asses.

If you didn't watch past the first season, pick up the second and do what everyone else is doing: pretend it's the first.
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Sarah Connor - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:51:08 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400284
Babylon 5 is a great series in the same way that TNG was a great series.

Way ahead of its time on philosophy, way behind on visuals.
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Sarah Connor - Fri, 13 Jul 2018 23:53:35 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400303
And the best example of that is the Wing Commander grade CGI spaceships moving with accurate Newtonian physics.
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Master Roshi - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 01:10:13 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400303
Medina Station is about to be the new Babylon 5 But with humans only
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John Geilgud - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 03:26:15 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400302
That sounds about right.
Curious how The Boys will be handled though.
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Christian Troy - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 04:59:12 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400302
eh, i watched the first season and half of the second and had to drop it because, other than a few original moments, I found it to be reductive. Maybe that's my fault for comparing it to the source material.

The episode with Cassidy and that angel dude in vegas was fun, almost everything else i saw ranged from okay to bad to schlock. lol like that episode where there's a gun show in town is so fuckin contrived it was basically a parody except it fuckin wasn't but i still laughed
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Larry Clark - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 13:39:18 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.400322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400303
I could never get into any non-Trek scifi series. Babylon 5, BSG, Quantum Leap - I gave em all a chance but as cheesy as Star Trek is, they all seemed even cheesier, enough to take me out of it. Or I guess not cheesier, but somehow the cheese and camp is less charming, so it keeps me form enjoying the other stuff going on.

They're all popular enough that it makes me feel like something's wrong with me. Like I definitely know I'm missing out on something, but they're all meh to me.
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Saul Goodman - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 20:29:14 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Crying laughing watching Curb.
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Johnny Depp - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 20:44:19 EST ID:J6wiy2IB No.400346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished watching Mr. Robot. I honestly don't see how they're going to get a 4th season out of it. Angela's story is finished with what she learned. Dipierro's story is finished with her forced into turning traitor. Elliot still wants to take out the big guys but can't go against the dark army without getting shanked by Leon And everyone else is [/spoiler] dead .

So what the hell are they going to do with another season and I know [spoiler] Vera
showed back up but honestly who gives a shit. I think it could be interesting but after this season everything is wrapped up nicely in fact if we just assume that Vera walks up the stairs shoots Elliot and leaves then that's the end of it. I mean everyone is financially screwed anyway and E corp will be fine. I just don't know what they're gonna do.

However if they do come back I had an interesting idea. So the project is some sort of alternate reality portal whatever. But instead of jumping to another universe or some shit things slowly go back to normal. Someone get's their house back. Someone's mom shows back up alive and they forget they were dead that sort of thing. It would kind of be like the end of Serial Experiment Lain.
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Señor Chang - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 20:57:19 EST ID:V/xrGwta No.400347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400345
Finally, a feel I know. That show is funnier than it has any right to be. I have a Tindr match that says "Larry David is my spirit animal" that I've been afraid to message because that sounds like a fuckin mess tbh
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Saul Goodman - Sat, 14 Jul 2018 23:18:22 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400347
Hey, messes can be fun.
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Stephen King - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 01:47:25 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Curb your enthusiasm is top tier. its one of the few shows my dad actually goes to the effort to steal from me.

Up to the 4th season of Bojack Horseman. i LOVE that even termites and flies are anthropomorphic.
This show is so good at being cute while being emotional while being funny and being thought provoking.
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R. Lee Ermey - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 11:00:36 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.400357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400355
Glad you finally got to The Old Sugarman Place. That episode is a freakin' clinic in how to do storytelling. AND it's also genuinely funny in so many places.
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Walter White Jr. - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 17:34:36 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I feel like I can't really criticise this film because it's very much more of the same as the first but at the same time they definitely missed out on an opportunity to kick it up a notch. It just feels dated. If they'd released this film shortly after the first it would have been great but it wasn't.
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Stephen King - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 19:46:26 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400357

such a good episode. its weird watching a show go from strength to strength. i was kind of worried it was going to go the way of that sillicon valley show where they basically just repeat the same story every season, but the story and characters evolve.

>>400359
Yeah super troopers was a staple for me growing up, it was that and jay and silent bob that would get thrown on when i went over to my friends to smoke weed.

I cant shake this idea that the only reason they made number 2 is because their other movies didnt do as well as super troopers.
a lot of the humour was the same. there really wasnt any development, the story was essentially the same with a few differences. but i still kind of liked it.
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Zhaan - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 21:11:48 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.400365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400363

Unpopular opinion alert: Beer Fest was a better movie than Super Troopers. You're right, though, that Super Troopers has amassed its own cult of personality to the extent that even Broken Lizard feels that nothing else they do can appease fans like ST did, so they made a ST2.
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Jax Teller - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:19:25 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400365
Beer Fest is fun, but it is missing a quality that Super Troopers had. Beer Fest doesn't have that classic quality that makes it replayable infinite times. It's just missing this tiny bit of personality. It could just be because it came after Super Troopers.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 00:50:31 EST ID:q/xSH8yw No.400370 Report Quick Reply
>>400369
Agreed and I feel like Super Troopers is a more memorable film as much as I enjoyed Beerfest. Also Club Dread came after Super Troopers.
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Lauren Faust - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 02:50:13 EST ID:6qXsU3A2 No.400371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400370
Club Dread was fucking awful. And I love Broken Lizard.
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Dutch - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 11:45:08 EST ID:bbFnMHQw No.400379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396768
Who is America
New Showtime Sacha baron Cohen project, Israeli character favorite so far. He's a jew and still ballsy to use MUH Israel to force absurd ideas.
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Lt. Shane Vansen - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 17:59:16 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally caught up to the finale of 12 Monkeys. It did a good job capping it all off. Series was a little sloppy but they drew it all together to make some sense. Multiple twists and turns that played out make me want to rewatch from the beginning to see if they really were setting up for this finale since the beginning.
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Freddy Kruger - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:19:49 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400396
apologies if this has been asked before in the thread, but is this a more detailed retelling of the movie or another story in the same (similar) universe?
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Lt. Shane Vansen - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:23:31 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400397
Similar universe. As an example James Cole is still the protagonist but Kathryn Railly is now Cassandra Railly and Jeffrey Goines is now Jennifer Goines.
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Lt. Shane Vansen - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:25:46 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400398
Oh. Also similar story involving the viral agent but the 12 Monkeys are a weird time cult that perpetuate themselves throughout history.
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Freddy Kruger - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:25:51 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400398
okay cool, that actually seems like a really good route to go. I'll check it
thanks!
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Lt. Shane Vansen - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 18:34:43 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400400
It's a fun show. Good comedic moments entwined throughout the twists and turns.
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Patton Oswald - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 20:55:50 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400413 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just watched Arrival and Mother! What a strangely different but relevant pair of movies to watch. I really liked Arrival but I'm a sucker for first contact movies (including First Contact). When I was watching and they were trying to think up a name for the two emissaries my first thought was Kodos and Kang. Then there's Mother! which was kind of a disappointment since it spends so much time moving at a harried pace it just turns into a mind numbing drone at some point but the concept was interesting.
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Alex Cox - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 21:12:51 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400413
arrival was great!
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Patton Oswald - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 21:18:17 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.400415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400414
I really enjoyed how lost they were, trying to learn to communicate. I didn't expect to like it as much as I did because the general idea from the trailers seemed cliched. Kind of haunting me now that I'm thinking about it again.
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Alex Cox - Mon, 16 Jul 2018 21:24:27 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400415
i was lucky to miss every single advertisement. And yeah, it was a really refreshing and frankly original take on first contact. So tired of invasion stories. This went above and beyond in capturing how difficult it would be to establish communication while also dealing with a bunch of dumbass humans with itchy trigger fingers.

been a while since i've seen it, about time for a rewatch
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T'Pol - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 02:45:13 EST ID:QmUrtsne No.400434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Letterkenny Season 5 Episode 3

Man this season of Letterkenny is fucking killing it but Jay Baruchel's guest character (Hard Right Jay) on this episode is just fucking top drawer
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Doctor Manhattan - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 03:46:52 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400434
I was initially worried when I learned he'd be involved this season. Thankfully it's just for the one episode and it works perfectly. Btw, Hulu got streaming rights for Letterkenny so apparently it's steaming now(?).

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/hulu-nabs-us-rights-canadian-comedy-hit-letterkenny-1117519

Everyone should watch it.

>>400379
Cohen brought Brass Eye to America. He's achieved automatic sainthood for making this show.
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T'Pol - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 03:58:28 EST ID:QmUrtsne No.400438 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400437
yeah it's just a one off character showing how the fine folks of letterkenny react to a /pol/tard and it's pretty great

my buddy who has hulu told me that only the first two seasons are up though which is a little sad since that's only 12 eps

everybody should watch letterkenny it's just lovely
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John Candy - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 12:41:57 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400438
>everybody should watch letterkenny it's just lovely
Can I get it with subtitles? This is harder to follow than Atlanta
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Jack Deth - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 12:57:10 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400450 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Who Is America was hilarious but I wish it was less partisan.
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Chucky Finster - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 13:38:21 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.400452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400450
Tried watching it and just....it's sad. It's sad that comedy has turned into a circlejerk. A literal gang of slophounds slurping eachothers cum out of their rods and enjoying it all so much they don't even notice the 99 other people in the room with them looking at them with utter disgust, wanting no part of their self flattery.
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Jack Deth - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 14:04:35 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400452
It wasn't that bad. The Bernie skit was pretty funny but not nearly as good as the rest and I think they just wanted that there for promotional value. Can't blame em. The skit right after it had me crying laughing. Did you even make it past the Bernie skit?
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ZOG 900 - Tue, 17 Jul 2018 19:12:37 EST ID:2cJqiCy4 No.400470 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400453

I feel like Bernie caught on about half way through and realized something was up, so he just kept his cool and played it cautious. Bernie has always been good at not responding to obvious bullshit, like when he got yelled at by Alex Jones in an airport.

The Republicans just can't help it though.
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Toshiko Sato - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 02:27:21 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.400474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400453
I didn't see a full ep but watched a clip on yt of him interviewing a pro-gun guy. Would love to see Cohens face if he ever gets asked "If america is such trash, how about we withdraw support for israel. We wouldn't want your conscience troubling you."
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Slab Bulkhead - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 04:32:20 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400476 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400474

Ssssshhhhhhh wtf?! you cant just go around saying that. Cohen is trying to profit off of outrage politics you cant just go around saying things like let see how much a racist mazi hy quantifying his undying support for [%jenk[/%]isreal.
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Ricky Bobby - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 07:39:38 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Kept watching Letterkenny and I'm glad I did, what a comfy and wholesome show.
I can understand what they're saying much better when I realised they're basically speaking a sort of Irish-Canadian mix.

Something about it reminds me quite strongly of the old British sitcom Ideal. Something to do with the low-budget surreality of the petty characters and banter-based comedy.
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Kathryn Janeway - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:21:57 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400474
Lol that bit was also making fun of Israel, numb nuts. Just watch the full episode and try not to let being triggered easily by politics get in the way of having fun.
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Ricky Bobby - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 13:54:40 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Anyone notice these two characters are the same useless gay stereotype?
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Edward Scissorhands - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 13:58:29 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.400499 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400498
Thanks for the context. who's the guy on the right? what show?
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Ricky Bobby - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 14:10:03 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.400500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400499
See the context of >>400481
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Martin Freeman - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 17:56:07 EST ID:JWg86Wni No.400511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally got around to watching the new episode of Power.

This season finally seems like it's starting to pick up pace a bit which is nice. I know you could say this about a lot of TV series but Power even more so. Every season is basically a rewrite of the last one. They spend the season trying to off their connect, the police are coming after them, Valdez covers shit up, a bunch of affairs, etc etc. Overall shows still entertaining enough for me to keep watching. Just nice that there's still at least one gangster show on TV I guess. You know to balance out the 90+ fucking police dramas that infest every channel.

Watched like the first 15 of Who Is America too. Alright, I still got to watch the rest I just thought Cohen's character is so over the top it blows my mind these people can't figure out what's going on within the first 10 seconds.
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Murtagh - Thu, 19 Jul 2018 12:51:52 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.400552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400486
He made one joke about how his son was in the youth program for gun training (rip). That's not a joke on israel. Israel has strict gun laws. When you buy your gun in israel legally, they give you 50 bullets, and you're not allowed to buy more. So yea, israel is a regime of slaughter and lies but hey, at least they have strict gun control *trollface*.
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Howard Stern - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 09:16:51 EST ID:mBCLb0rj No.400570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400552
The joke was that citing Israel can make you Paul Atriedes to conservatives and compel gentiles.
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Tom Haverford - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 11:17:39 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.400571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400570
Ah, I didn't read into it that way because I'm not a neo-nazi.
I'm kidding of course. I didn't read into it that way because I forget that conservatives think Jews are magical and must be protected at all costs because the Bible says so (and the Bible is true).
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Elizabeth Swann - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 20:54:48 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400571
So only liberals criticize israel but this show that was produced by NPR definitely wasn't making fun of Israel? What? The whole character was making fun of Israel's hyper violence.
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Johnny Knoxville - Fri, 20 Jul 2018 22:23:14 EST ID:JWg86Wni No.400600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400597
Liberals are sympathetic to Israel too. One of the Democrats largest donors is a guy named Haim Saban. He's purely an Israel lobbyist. He donates to Democrats so they won't say anything about Palestine. Most Americans only get the CNN approved version of the conflict so they know fuck all what's going on over there. Obama could have withheld money from them, he could have taken govt contracts away from Israeli firms, he could have at least forced the Israelis to give up iron dome. He didn't do any of that shit.

Everybody loves Israel, criticizing them automatically puts you on the political fringe. In good news though netanyahu might be going to prison soon, one can hope.
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Jake Morgendorffer - Sat, 21 Jul 2018 08:05:37 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>396768

watched tully. fantastic movie. do recommend. Its so refreshing to see Charlize Theron act in such a way. She really proved her chops with this one. bravo!!
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Robert DeNiro - Sun, 22 Jul 2018 16:22:10 EST ID:R80EG5nT No.400690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400570
It's not exploiting people's affection and respect for Israel lol. It's exploiting the ignorance people have of Israel, on which their respect and affection is based.

Sacha Baron Cohen despite being a nice jewish boy almost got beaten to death in Israel, as you can see in Brüno. It's the only point where he breaks character. Not in the prison inmate redneck cage match where he gets metal chairs flung at him. But when a bunch of twirlyburns jews decide to chase him out of town he starts screaming in Hebrew about how he's a jew, so they shouldn't murder him in the street.

Praise Israel all you want, but it basically is the ethno-state we're all afraid of, and as Americans we all think of Israel as America Xtreme. That's what he's playing off of, and some of these people got fucking owned. He's doing god's work.

Oh sorry. He's doing G-d's work. Now I have to print this post out and store it in a sacred file cabinet with all the other times I accidentally typed god.

So is there a Jewish iphone god paradox? Where they really don't want to be typing god and posting it everywhere. But if like, it autocorrects to god have they any right to edit it to G-d? #jewishquestion
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Tom Green - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 00:16:43 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400703 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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My SO is a big Jared Leto fan and she convinced me to watch his recent movie The Outsider which I think is a Netflix production. If so, it's way above par for Netflix movies.

Some ex American GI joins the Yakuza in 60's Japan. It's a pretty dope story and although it comes off as cliche a few times, the acting was on point and the story was alright. The synopsis calls it an epic which I don't really agree with but it was pretty good. Above par for the generic crime action flick. It had a nice feel to it. 7/10. If I was an action movie person I'd probably give it an 8.

She also dragged me to a 30 seconds to mars concert recently and I gotta say I much prefer him acting over singing. The dude CANNOT sing and kinda just looks like an egotistical retard up on stage. Like, does he really think he's THAT talented? Watching him on stage made me think maybe he's a Dunning Kruger type if he really thinks he's that amazing at everything.
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Shôtarô Kaneda - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 02:18:09 EST ID:DWaSwQEb No.400709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Got really high and thought how it'd been a long time since I'd watched anything Shakespearian. I spent like 15 minutes looking for a filmed theatrical production of Hamlet (because I've never seen Hamlet) but gave up and decided to watch "Ran" by Akira Kurosawa instead. Fucking amazing film, feels its length near the end but overall it's a masterpiece. I think I might watch "Throne of Blood" tonight to keep the vibe going.

Anyway, what I came here to post about was this movie "Silence". I don't know how I found it but I'm a stickler for Japanese stuff and religious themes so I was really excited to check it out. Scorsese too so you can't really go wrong.

Now I dunno if it was just that I was a little *too* stoned to watch the movie, but yeah at 2 hours 40 minutes I was really feeling the length near the end of it. Maybe I'm complaining about the wrong things here but to me

all the interesting stuff happens in the last 20 minutes of the movie. The beginning and middle of the film kind of just stretch the exact same scenes out over and over again. Like, that one guy (with the long hair, the fisherman who takes them from macau) becomes almost comical because all he fucking does is beg for forgiveness...over and over and over again... Also feels like they wasted a bit of an opportunity with the second priest. He's in it from the start, moans a little, leaves, dies, and then that's kind of it for him?
I was kinda impressed with how they still manage to make fucking Feudal japan seem not like totally evil murderers. Both the Christian and Japanese viewpoints were expressed very well. But even the Grand Inquisitor guy seems to want to make things as easy as possible for everyone, rather than the crazy buddhist nationalist zealot shit I was expecting to see


Anyway, worth checking out.
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Kathryn Janeway - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 02:49:18 EST ID:7f415ttP No.400715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400709
>I don't know how I found it
I remember I saw a very strange movie called maybe "Impostor" or "Impostors" or "Enemies" or something along those lines while searching for an alien movie of the same name tripping on LSD and MXE.

Found a Korean movie that was a pretty good surreal drama and 3/4 through turns into hardcore South Korean propaganda because the ending was North Korean fucked up the telephone and internet network and invades South Korea with super spies who were the sort of bad guys the whole time. Was a very strange watch but I couldn't turn it off due to being high as fuck and completely confused. To be fair the movie is probably pretty mediocre it was just pretty neat realizing half way through there werent gunna be aliens and it was not gunna go in the direction I was expecting.m
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Space Ghost - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 06:19:36 EST ID:6ueiqDNV No.400724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
newest Preacher was pretty exciting and funny. I didn't dig the first few eps, and the stuff with Jesse's family was always my least favorite comic arc, but now they're introducing some of my favorite comic stuff like the All Father so here we fuckin go.
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Ayumu Kasuga - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 11:26:33 EST ID:cCP6s/JF No.400731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've been trying to watch Babylon 5 for like a year now, but every tv showing site I know doesn't have it. Any suggestions?
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Frank Reynolds - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 11:44:07 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.400732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400731
Its on Netflix.
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Ayumu Kasuga - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 11:53:43 EST ID:cCP6s/JF No.400733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400732
Alas, I live in Canada where they demand Netflix have at least 10% national content, forcing them to reduce the amount of content available.
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Afro Samurai - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 15:47:06 EST ID:JWg86Wni No.400739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400733
Wow that's ridiculous to tie it to a percentage like that considering Canada's media output is probably less than a 1/10 of what the US
even produces. Let alone what the rest of the world produces.

Then again your country did put tariffs on MtG cards....
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 16:24:33 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.400742 Report Quick Reply
>>400739
Yeah it’s required by the CRTC (Canada’s FCC) under the Broadcasting Act - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_content

Canada isn’t the only country that puts a quota on the amount of content that broadcasters have to show from their own country but they’re one of the notable countries that do.
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Alyson Hannigan - Mon, 23 Jul 2018 17:03:02 EST ID:ER840Wib No.400744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400739
Call it ridiculous if you will, but consider the alternative: Contemporary USA.

Remember https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecommunications_Act_of_1996 ? Me either, I was still a kid. Paying for it now though.
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Sauron - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 07:43:32 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400739

Australia also does this. Its because it prevents total cultural saturation, because you know, people are essentially their culture and entertainment contains messagess which tell you how to interact with the world.

Like our culture is already dominated by the UK and USA so Australia is basically a mix of both of these cultures.
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Lisa - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 10:19:59 EST ID:NcMgly9C No.400811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400733
So put more episodes of Red Green show up, what's the problem?
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Lisa - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 10:38:48 EST ID:NcMgly9C No.400813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400771
>our culture is already dominated by the UK and USA so Australia is basically a mix of both of these cultures.

lol you have a parliament but you call it the House and Senate. Yes it is.
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Grace Ryan - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 20:13:02 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400835 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400771
We're more like a mix of America, Wales and Southeast Asia.
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Moya - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 21:55:19 EST ID:EN18HGG9 No.400836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400835
We.
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R2-D2 - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 04:20:49 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.400912 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400835

>southeast asia.
Nah not really, not unless you're from an Asian family or live in an Asian area.

Anyways.
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Been watching a show called "younger" at first it was pretty awful but for somereason i kept watching it and its okayish. i like how people are realistic in that they suspend their belief in order for her to think she convinces people shes 26, like the only person she actually fools is her boyfriend who admittedly isnt the sharpest tool in the shed.
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Breath Kane - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 05:58:43 EST ID:ZghQ5zWr No.400913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Diving into the Unknown on Netflix yesterday!

Gripping and kept me glued to the screen until the end!

(and now I know even more for sure what hobbies I won't pursue!)
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 20:32:50 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.400927 Report Quick Reply
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I watched the first episode of As Told By Ginger so that’s the next cartoon I’m binging. I’m also halfway through the most recent season of Trailer Park Boys (dunno if I’ll watch the new Out of the Park miniseries since the Europe one wasn’t that good).
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Bubbles - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 20:45:51 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.400928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400912
>Nah not really, not unless you're from an Asian family or live in an Asian area.

Yes to both of those, and there are plenty of the latter to choose from.
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Rosalind Allen - Sat, 28 Jul 2018 21:00:43 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.400929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Even after the most fucked up day ever, Curb still somehow manages to cheer me up a bit.
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Leonard Powers - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 07:22:00 EST ID:6ueiqDNV No.400952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This week's Preacher kicked ass, had a load of comic stuff I'd been waiting on after a slow start to the season.
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Emmett Brown - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 08:55:12 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.400955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400927
I always hated that show, the character designs are just so gross looking.
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Malin Åkerman - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 13:10:48 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.400960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400955
Yeah, its freakishly weird.
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Silk Spectre - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 18:29:05 EST ID:1YLRxP2K No.401003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>400960
It's the same studio that did wild thornberrys and rugrats
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Ginger Rogers - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 00:05:55 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.401015 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I started watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. a couple weeks ago and now I'm like 7 or 8 episodes in. It's a very, very stupid show. I know Fringe wasn't really super hardcore sci-fi, but this show really feels like "Stupid Fringe" with how little it respects its audience's intelligence. Everybody cracks jokes all the time and there's requisite deus ex machina every episode, usually more than once per episode, to save the day so it ends up neutering any sort of stakes the story sets up. The 4th episode or so is really fucking weird, too, because Coulson and his team just straight up murder some dude with unexplained pyrokinesis that got pumped full of super serum by evil bad guys that made him super pissed off. They didn't even neutralize him and imprison him like any other supervillain or lock him up and try to rehabiliate him since he had just gotten fucked up by the mystery bad guys. Nope, they try some tranq darts that melt upon contact with his skin and don't work SO THE ONLY OTHER OPTION IS TO FUCKING MURDER THE DUDE. That was seriously fucking retarded. I dunno if I'll make it through the whole season since it's like 22 goddamn 40-something minute long episodes, but there's so much fucking fanservice tying things to the movies that I guess I'll try and finish it. Here's hoping these are just early growing pains and they rein it in and lay off the CBS sitcom-esque tropes.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 00:43:43 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.401016 Report Quick Reply
>>401015
My friend watches it and apparently it gets better with each season.
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Eric Idle - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 03:58:03 EST ID:6oHV5dou No.401020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just watched the.end.of.the.tour.2015

any other dfw people here?
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Sybil Danning - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 07:49:42 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.401026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401020

woah had no idea this movie existed. Thanks!
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Tornado Shanks - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 08:34:40 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.401029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401020
Didn't his family disavow that film?
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 10:27:24 EST ID:GvpnBLSw No.401030 Report Quick Reply
HOW CAN OSCAR MARTINEZ NOT DO 25 PUSH UPS AND ONE GORL PUSH UP???
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Patrick Wilson - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 19:08:25 EST ID:QmUrtsne No.401043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401015
my roommate was watching that when I walked by the other day and there was this blond chick fighting some dude and a bunch of people busted in and were all like "who are you"

and the blond chick in like a pouty little girl voice replied "i'm the destroyer of worlds"

it was the lamest fucking shit ever

then a little while later I walked by again and the same bitch was crying
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Puar - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 23:18:56 EST ID:NBTsNfUc No.401103 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Castle Rock is a fucking awesome new Steve King show. It's chock full of Easter Egss and has been going so hard on referencing both Pet Semetary and Cujo that if the season doesn't end with some madman digging up Cujo and reburying him in the Pet Semetary to bring him back to life even eviler than before, I'll riot.
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Kenshiro - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 16:16:59 EST ID:7f415ttP No.401120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401103
Dude I just found that show too, fucking hooked. I'm a huge Stephen King fanboy though so this show fucking rocks it took ,e an episode to realize that the major storm that Henry gets lost in is the storm from Storm of the Century, coincidence the kid he took would be about the new "devils" age?
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David Fury - Sun, 05 Aug 2018 23:51:20 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.401124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401043

I'm about 13 episodes in now, it's a very frustrating watch. The ideas for an episode are interesting, but the too-goofy dialogue and over-reliance on deus ex machina to solve everything by episode's end is maddening. There are also just inexplicable oversights, like in the 13th episode they finally capture Ian Quinn, so he gets handcuffed, but then the entire team leaves him to check on the team member that was shot in the basement. But in the next scene he's shown in the interrogation room on the plane, so he didn't try to escape when everyone just left him alone? That's retarded. Or how the fuck did May get back to the plane at the same time as the corrupt Italian official, who left in his car? Also how the fuck did Fitz and Sky manage to get to that Italian villa on foot before the evil tech dudes did, with no vehicle? Stuff like that is just so dumb, it goes back to how I said the show seemingly has no respect for its audiences intelligence. A quasi crime procedural set in the Marvel universe sounds really cool on paper but this show is sadly so very stupid.
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Terrence Winters - Tue, 07 Aug 2018 01:02:40 EST ID:NOvfgz0B No.401155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Binged the first season of Snowfall on demand and started the new season.

It's not a show that will wow you, but it's a pretty good show. Everyone has talked about the crack epidemic of the 80s and the CIA's involvement, but outside of books this is the first time I can recall seeing them have a POV in a narrative. My only gripe is that the luchador character only wrestles in the first episode.

John Singleton as creator/executive producer really helps. He nails the 80s South Central vibe and look perfectly.
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John Cleese - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 01:50:24 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.401202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
finally getting around to the eric andre show. I love it lol. also love reading reviews by people who fuckin hate it
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Avery Bullock - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 14:38:07 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.401214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So after I watched Better Call Saul I gave Lodge 49 a shot. It definitely took it's time but I'm intrigued by what I've seen so far. California slacker who has lost everything when his family business collapsed due to his father disappearance through a series of happenstance event finds his way into a fraternal lodge. It's interesting enough to give a few more episodes a shot.
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Avery Bullock - Wed, 08 Aug 2018 14:45:15 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.401215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401155
I've enjoyed Snowfall. It's interesting to see the balancing act Teddy has to pull of between all these moving parts in his operation.
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Dewey Cox - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 04:17:28 EST ID:NOvfgz0B No.401263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401215
For sure.

Sometimes it feels a little forced. Like when he abandoned Alejandro to file off the serial numbers on his own to spend time with his pseudo-family. But I kinda get it with his implied PTSD and his bangable "wife". It's cool cause although he has morals, he'll stuff them deep down inside for the sake of his country. Or when he accepted that the kid had to be ganked while in Columbia. I see a lot of him in Franklin.
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Terry Bates - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:35:29 EST ID:GDbPIJfg No.401274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401263
I think they wanted to get Teddy's issues out there early so they can get back to it later if they feel the need. Season 2. Teddy seems more in control but that could unravel once the effects of the drugs start to have a more visible impact on the American public. We'll see what happens when he realizes he can't just shut the machine down due to it gaining a life of it's own when he starts to have pangs of conscience.
Lucia and Oso are interesting and I'm wondering if these two will ever start to unravel at some point. I don't think Oso could take over the operation as is from Lucia's network and don't think anyone is all that loyal to Lucia besides Oso.
I think Franklin will start having second thoughts at some point the same as Teddy but I'm wondering how he'll react to his community falling apart in large part to his business. There was a scene in a recent episode where he let the facade slide a bit and the kid showed through. He's still a young man in control of a very volatile operation. I wonder who among his crew is going to crack and become a threat to the business first.
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The Master Control Program - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 02:11:25 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.401324 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401124

17 episodes in and things finally took a turn for the better and it's become an interesting TV show. It feels like they were hamstrung by the MCU movies in a way so they just had to stall for time until Winter Soldier came out because they knew the events of that movie would completely throw everything about S.H.I.E.L.D. into a blender. The past two episodes felt like a season finale so it will be interesting to see what they did with the remaining 5 episodes of the first season.

I also started watching Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee since Netflix added them in UHD. Pretty good show, kind of like a weird mini podcast and talk show hybrid. I'm not really sure why Netflix completely jumbled up the original airing order, though.
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J. J. Abrams - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 23:48:21 EST ID:5kNg4IOh No.401345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401214
Agreed. The show's either about a slacker dude hanging out at a lodge with a bunch of old guys or it's about some Illuminati shit - either way, it seems fun.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 11 Aug 2018 04:22:09 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.401349 Report Quick Reply
Finished season 12 of Trailer Park Boys. I thought it was one of the better seasons in recent memory and a fitting tribute to John Dunsworth.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 02:33:36 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.401372 Report Quick Reply
I watched Blockers tonight. For a sex comedy, I thought it was pretty funny and John Cena stole the show.
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Luke Danes - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 19:49:03 EST ID:DiJxfE6c No.401388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
B5 is not the best scifi series
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Peter Jackson - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 19:50:21 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.401389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401388
It's not even in the Top 2 that start with the letter 'B'
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 12 Aug 2018 23:34:11 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.401392 Report Quick Reply
>>401214
>>401345
I just watched Lodge 49 as well. I was intrigued by the show's premise and the show's vibe and tone reminded me of John From Cincinnati though it's way less weird and mysterious. I do like how the show has already established how Dud is looking to fill a void in his life by joining the Ancient and Benevolent Order of the Lynx as a way to cope with his father being gone and that they've already hinted at some sort of connection to the fraternal order in Dud's past.
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Freddy Kruger - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 05:35:20 EST ID:RLn016Rf No.401399 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401349
it got a lot better, back to the quality of the old seasons. the last few seasons with the snoop Dogg cameo and all that were pretty crappy, and it was sad for me to say that because the first 7 or so were fucking golden, one of my favorites shows off all time
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Eric Wareheim - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 06:07:04 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.401400 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401324

Finished the first season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., it definitely got better as the season went on thanks to the events of Winter Soldier forcing a wholesale change to the TV show and the introduction of Bill Paxton's character, who he did an exceptional job with. I also ended up really liking the addition of Paxton's squad mate, Triplette, too. The season finale was a really good conclusion to what had been built up over the last third of the season, and even had some nice ties to the beginning of the season. The one thing I didn't like was that cartoony sequence where Garrett is revealed to be alive still like a bad slasher movie villain, somehow used that machine to graft cybernetics onto his body, and then got instantly vaporized by Coulson. So much serious shit had been going down that this just felt way out of place and a tone-jarring attempt at a lowest common denominator laugh. It was also funny how true my initial "Stupid Fringe" assumption rang as the season went on, with the introduction of HYDRA double agents basically mimicking the evil parallel universe of Fringe, also with the "monster-of-the-week" episodes being used in stereo with the serialized story. Plus with the bizarre Landfil/Gil from Beerfest plot device used for Patton Oswalt's character I was half-expecting them to go completely absurd with the sequence and just have Oswalt's character tell the team that they could just treat him like they did his "brother" to make things easier. Still, though, I'm wondering if this is going to lead to a reveal of cloning being possible, and if so, I fully expect "Stupid Fringe" to introduce evil HYDRA clones to further strengthen the similarities between the shows.

Overall though I would say the show is (at least through the first season) a decent companion piece to the movies if you're a fan. It's definitely a frustrating watch through the first half-to-two-thirds of the season, though, so you'll need some patience to get through the terrible writing and stupidity to get rewarded by season's end.
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Carl Brutananadilewski - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 20:17:55 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.401447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching a Werner Herzog documentry the cave of forgotten dreams, where hes exploring a cave in france which has the oldest known cave paintings in it. its absolutley insane, the cave has been unexplored for something like 20,000 years.
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Tricia Helfer - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 21:18:44 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.401448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401447
I've never seen anything by him besides grizly man. Going to watch Lo and Behold on netflix after I finish the Richard Donnar cut of Superman II. Lo and Behold is a documentary about...the internet. I'm very interested to see the angle he takes on this.
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Carl Brutananadilewski - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 01:41:30 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.401454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401448

tbf ive never really seen much of him either, but a friend recommended a cave of forgotten dreams and i really enjoyed it. ill check out lo and behold too. Same friend also recommended rescue dawn but its not a documentary.
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Austin Powers - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 02:57:49 EST ID:3SQwr28r No.401455 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finish the job, Eugene
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Klaus Heisser - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 03:47:33 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.401457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401447
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Sam Weir - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 04:40:49 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.401458 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401447
I thought the subject matter of the documentary was amazing and beautiful but the documentary itself was a bit underwhelming when compared to some of his other work. But still, very solid documentary and especially so if you're into anthropology and shit.

Watch the one he did about the volcano. It takes a really interesting turn towards the end.
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Ice King - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 05:35:19 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.401459 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>400731
It's on Amazon video, included if you have a prime subscription. I just started the first episode. They have Amazon in Canada, right?
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Grace Kelly - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 22:20:00 EST ID:P8PjUQUX No.401481 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401459
Now they have something semiliar called Jungle
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Stu Pickles - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 06:55:36 EST ID:7f415ttP No.401494 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fucking Castle Rock, what a great show
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Jennifer Connelly - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 15:04:58 EST ID:RZWE1uth No.401506 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I watched Annihilation last night and was not a fan at all tbh. The trailer gave this impression that beyond the shimmer was going to be some trippy visually impressive place but no, it was just a boring bland forest with what looked like paper flowers taped to trees. I'll give it credit for the formation at the bottom of the pool though, that was very cool, so was both the orb at the end and the mimic bear. But Jesus Christ there was not a single likeable character in this movie, and Natalie Portman was so fucking bad in it which doesn't make sense because she clearly has the skills. She had a look on her face the whole goddamn movie like she just smelled her own dirty asshole. The movie was just plain boring in most parts especially when it was just a bunch of walking strong women cliches arguing with each other. I have no problem with strong female characters, as long as they're well written. It seemed like the writer of this movie didn't even make an attempt. Ex Machina is in no way a flawless movie but how do you go from that to making a pile of shit like this I just don't get it


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