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Bump While Watching: Slacker Edition by C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 19:22:12 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.401556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Continuing from last thread >>396768

Bump the thread with whatever you’re watching
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 19:23:08 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.401557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pic related since I just watched >>401550
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Eve Myles - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 20:41:04 EST ID:f+7eRAXs No.401618 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Damn dis some good shit. Very interesting and i'm learning so much. Before I knew it the first episode was over which is crazy considering they're each an hour and a half
Think i'm going to stick to one episode a night so I dont burn myself out
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Karen Gillan - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 05:18:51 EST ID:bGLc0khq No.401622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watch the super duper (director's) cut of Deadpool2. Seems more fun than theatrical release.
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Master Chief - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 05:59:07 EST ID:lZWh2V1J No.401625 Report Quick Reply
the newest Preacher was the best one in its 3 year run.

New ep of Saul was alright, the ending got me. Never thought I'd feel bad Chuck died but Kim's actress is damn talented.
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Spongebob Squarepants - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 08:15:16 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.401626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401625

watching the second season of suits.

I hate it when characters radically change. Mike was awesome first season now hes an absolute pain in the arse.

Hopefully it get back on track soon. first season was really fun.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 10:13:26 EST ID:+PnbkjuC No.401627 Report Quick Reply
>>401626
Suits is USA’s last show from its old regime that they kept around because of its ratings even though its much less now, it’s still more popular and higher rated than its newer edgier but lower rated shows that have come out. This isn’t new though since TNT had gone through the same process. Plus without WWE, USA wouldn’t even be in the top ten most watched cable networks.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 01:13:08 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.401659 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck yes I can't wait - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwrr6aIWeus

Though I will miss Dylan.

>>401625
I never felt bad for Chuck but I can't imagine how Kim feels about what he said in his letter to Jimmy.
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Sharon Stone - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 02:55:29 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.401665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401639
Greasy Strangler was one of the weirdest movies I've seen in awhile, and it made me feel super grossed out (which is rare for me when watching a movie, even a gross one).
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Leatherface - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 05:24:50 EST ID:vx99qAYk No.401668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401618
Keep an eye out for this guy and his incredibly obvious PTSD.
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Mrs. Doyle - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 06:42:14 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401670 Report Quick Reply
>>401659
Kim is having a mental breakdown from the combo of IRL stress and the car accident bonking her brain around. Note when she was zoned out on those mini-houses at Mesa-Verde.
If not that, she's just disturbed at Jimmy's lack of an emotional response. She hated Chuck and all but might find it odd for a brother to read out loud that emotional letter with all the enunciation of a Clear Eyes commercial and wound up feeling the emotions she felt Jimmy should have felt. Also, over-empathy can be a sign of mental/nervous breakdown, so both my answers could be a combo one.
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Beavis - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 14:29:50 EST ID:26XCA7XN No.401688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>401668
"gooks, slopes, dinks, zips..."
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Mark Lilly - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 15:18:24 EST ID:f+7eRAXs No.401692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401668
Yeah i'm only about halfway into episode 3 but that guy is clearly damaged beyond repair. Just the way he talked about having a nightlight was unnerving. Poor guy. Props to him for doing a whole interview about his time in the war.
On the other hand theres a vietnamese guy that they interviewed that really rubs me the wrong way. I can't find a picture of him, and I dont know if its just the way his mouth is but its like he has a smile when hes talking about shit like him and 11 other guys machete-ing a guy to death in the fields. Hes got a real sociopathic vibe to him
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 17:42:55 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.401698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401670
Yeah I agree with that. It's really a combination of all those things.
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Mrs. Doyle - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 19:40:44 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401709 Report Quick Reply
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>>401698
Kim is only a handful of episodes away from doing cooky shit like pic related at this rate.
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Gene Wilder - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 07:10:09 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401730 Report Quick Reply
>new Castle Rock
shit was a wild ride. A little slow but worth it.
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Theodore Logan - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 07:53:07 EST ID:7f415ttP No.401731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401730
Dude seriously I got really really high before watching and thought I was losing my mind, it was great
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Gene Wilder - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 18:00:13 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401736 Report Quick Reply
>>401731
Yeah I watched it after a wake'n'bake and it was surreal stuff, made me feel like Billy Pilgrim in that old Vonnegut book.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 23:34:44 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.401752 Report Quick Reply
>Lodge 49 s01e03 - Corpus

This is a pretty chill show and I feel like it’s got like a Coen Brothers vibe to it. Some interesting character development with Dud this episode getting a temporary job and seemingly getting closer to his new boss Gloria. Guess the alchemy and that book is gonna help him get over his dad’s disappearance.

>>401709
Well whatever happens, it’s pretty inevitable something bad will happen and end Kim and Jimmy’s relationship.
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Mark Lilly - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 03:27:22 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.401754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401752
Started watching this show John from Cincinnati. I'm 8 episodes in now. Its weird but I'm really enjoying it.
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Mark Lilly - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 03:28:08 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.401755 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Didn't mean to quote you higgs. nb
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Chase Masterson - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 06:24:31 EST ID:zOxjfyFM No.401758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So I started watching season 2 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and I don't really like how the show has turned into 24. The heavier emphasis on people with actual superpowers is pretty cool, but it doesn't make up completely for the other radical shifts and stupid writing so far. Like, for example, so Fitzs' brain damage from oxygen deprivation last season basically made him schizophrenic somehow, and instead of retiring him from service and allowing him to live the rest of his life with whatever medical support he needs they just continue having him work in S.H.I.E.L.D. in high leverage/stress situations and just give him mysterious pills hoping h either can still do his job competently or miraculously recovers? What a bunch of heartless assholes to do that to someone they claim to care about.. Also, with Simmons having infiltrated HYDRA as a double agent S.H.I.E.L.D. (or maybe just Coulson?) know where she works and know it's a pretty influential HYDRA installation. Why doesn't Simmons just not go to work one day while S.H.I.E.L.D. and/or the US Government surrounds the facility and just completely takes it over to capture everyone inside and seize all of that tech and information in there? Like, what are they waiting for? It's not like if they strike then that they'll never find HYDRA again. They followed Ward's intel and spotted like a hundred different HYDRA broadcasts on that specific frequency Ward told them about and can just infiltrate another HYDRA base the same way they had Simmons infiltrate this one.. Ugh, such stupid writing for the sake of drawing out a plotline through multiple episodes since I guess they had to fill that 22 episode season order somehow. Another thing, they are going way too hard on the whole "Sky is amazing and can do anything" bullshit from last season. So now she's an expert field agent and sniper? What the fuck? Why can't she just be the quirky hacker girl while May and the new recruits fill the old Agent Ward void? Why does she have to be able to do everything?

Oh well, I guess I have to stick with this to at least the end of season 3 before I watch Civil War since I'm guessing that's going to have some pretty big ramifications on the show like Winter Soldier's events did. As odd as it sounds, I actually preferred the "Stupid Fringe" feel of the first season compared to the "24 Knockoff" feel of this second season so far. Also a shame that they killed off Bill Paxton's amazing character in the finale of the first season in favor of the Calvin Klen Nazis that I guess are this season's big bads (in addition to Evil Agent Cooper?).
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 08:39:11 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.401759 Report Quick Reply
>>401754
It’s cool. My uncle was a writer and consultant for the show. To me I felt like the show was ahead of its time but it’s a weird show. John is a pretty funny yet insightful character.
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Tom Anderson - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 08:45:19 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401758
I dropped it after season 2. Inhumans are literally the worst.
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Baba Booey - Fri, 24 Aug 2018 20:12:09 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.401769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401758
It gets much much more convoluted as it goes on.

>>401759
That's pretty cool. I'm almost done with the first and only season. I hope it wraps up nicely in the end. I agree it would probably do better now. Apparently it actually was growing in ratings each episode but they cancelled it anyway.
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Fist Rockbone - Mon, 27 Aug 2018 07:22:08 EST ID:iyqEwrum No.401823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>SHE-RA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wR65P73X5GI
Catra's feline speech and high cheek bones does things to me...
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 10:16:18 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.401897 Report Quick Reply
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>Crazy Rich Asians

My asian friend convinced me to go see it with her on Sunday and it actually exceeded my expectations. Probably one of the best romcom films I’ve seen in a long time, there just hasn’t been any good ones lately. The production design was really well done and I though the film had a strong cast of characters especially the roles played by Michelle Yeoh, Ken Jeong and Awkwafina. What I particularly liked about this film was that it wasn’t focused on the personal issues between the two main characters in Nick and Rachel like so many other romcoms are but rather the family and cultural differences, which I thought the did a good job of addressing.

>Bob’s Burgers s08e15-21

Finally got around to watching the last 7 episodes of this past season of Bob’s Burgers. It’s a fun and comfy show. The episode about the Slug trading cards was probably my favorite of them all and i enjoyed end credits song parodying the Pokemon theme song.

>Casual s04e01 & 2 - Carrie & The Missing Piece

Watching the final season of Casual now. No one talks about it on here but it’s an underrated show. Dunno what to think of the show taking place two years in the future although Parks and Rec’s final season did as well. I’m surprised about Alex and Rae’s non-committed relationship but committal to raise their kid despite not being married. I do like the increased focus on Leon and Leia since they’re basically Alex and Valerie’s closest friends.
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The Re-animator - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 10:41:32 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.401898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401897
>My asian friend convinced me to go see it with her on Sunday

Dont lie you hermit.
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Borg Queen - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 11:00:30 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.401899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401897
>Awkwafina

I hate that this is a real thing. heard the movie is good tho.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 11:12:04 EST ID:ak35iyoc No.401900 Report Quick Reply
>>401898
i wish I were but I’m not.

>>401899
Honestly her character was one the best parts of the film. It’s got a 93% on RT but I’d check it out. For being the first major motion picture with a majority asian cast since The Joy Luck Club, it hits its mark.

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Nick Andopolis - Tue, 28 Aug 2018 18:06:23 EST ID:n+iDhdY4 No.401929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Goddammit. Lodge 49 moves so slowly but I like everything about it. Fate seems to be pushing Dud toward something but it's all baby steps and Dud is is laid back he's just bobbing along for the ride. I love it.

I like the quirkiness (terrible term, I know) of the show though. I enjoy it the same way I enjoyed Northern Exposure and Picket Fences.
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Baba Booey - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 02:47:08 EST ID:TCM7Wi8x No.401956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched the final preacher episode in season 3. That shit was so good, it's so fresh what they are doing, I'm not talking out of my ass, I've seen a lot of stuff, it's fresh and I really like it a lot. Man. How long until next episode?
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Kevin Bacon - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 14:26:16 EST ID:zKlEgZQV No.401969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is Castle Rock a good show? Short description I read makes it seem okay. My attention was drawn to it after seeing so many people seed it on my totally legal pay2watch site and it has okay ratings.
Didn't see a dedicated thread when going back a few pages and this felt like the best place to pose the question.
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Bill Murray - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 16:57:44 EST ID:Pj0ZQQFr No.401975 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401969
It's okay. Some eps are more boring than others. It's building cool mysteries but I'm worried the answers will be stupid/anti-climactic, so after it ends in a couple weeks, we'd know if it's worth recommending or not.
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Smash Lampjaw - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 20:55:16 EST ID:3IcjeqHq No.401990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was just watching Star Wars The last Jedi, and near the beginning when they are doing a bomb run, I thought about it again, a nuclear weapon could talk out miles of a ship, even a large thermonuclear device near a death star would destroy it. I might get back to it another time, use as background T.V or something.
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Ashley Scott - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 23:17:34 EST ID:s94f1dKl No.402002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401990
Fuck me. I wish you wouldn't remind me of those stupid fucking bombers. Completely idiotic. I dont care about the rest of the shitshow movie but those goddamn bombers man. Those goddamn bombers. Why???????
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 09:12:43 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.402011 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Mile 22

My friend wanted to go see it for Iko Uwais, who ended up being the best part of this terrible film. The action scenes were cool but they were cut really weird and the film’s story and characters just felt disconnected. And the ending of Uwais’ character being revealed as a triple agent was a surprise but pretty dumb. They’re trying to make this into a series but I don’t think it should. Feels like Mark Wahlberg plays the same kind of character whenever he’s in action and drama films.

>Casual s04e03 & 4 - Virtual Reality & Dreams Stay With You

The VR subplot with Alex was pretty interesting and reminded me of something you’d see on Black Mirror. I also did like his whole hallucinogenic camping trip and seeing his dead dad. Also that scene with Valerie John interacting with Valerie’s ex Byron was so awkward but it did end up being pretty funny when John started to play along that he was her boyfriend.
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Malcom Reynolds - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 15:46:15 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.402019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402011
This movie has been playing in our theater to empty seats for a while now and I looked up the RT score and it was really bad so I was considering watching it since i can get free tix, but from the looks of it, it's just a really lackluster action movie which doesn't sound like it goes in that "so bad it's good" territory at all.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 16:11:56 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.402020 Report Quick Reply
>>402019
Well it was at least a matinee so it was a few bucks cheaper but yes that’s exactly the kind of film it was.
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Scott Carey - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 21:13:34 EST ID:4QFBMfrA No.402034 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402019

It's a Peter Berg & Mark Wahlberg "Dude bro America guns & shit" movie. Those never reach "so bad it's good" territory and instead remain ensconced in "wow, this is embarrassing" territory.
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Nova - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 03:18:50 EST ID:NOvfgz0B No.402043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402011
Sorry to hear this was such a piece of shit.

Pic related is a like a B- (C+ if you're sober) love letter to Heat. Nowhere near as good and a stupid ending make for a very ok movie. It's a long movie but draws you in so you won't notice the runtime except for the scenes with bloated Gerard Butler and his crumbling marriage. On the ending... that accent was horrible!!!!! The movie isn't quite strong enough to end on a soft cliffhanger. No sequel plz!
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Jodene Sparks - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 18:46:07 EST ID:p5gPiYWr No.402074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Flipped a coin whether to post this here or on the anime thread, hope this is okay mods.

Just wrapped up the subbed version of Sonic X as part a marathon the other chan is having. The show's heavily flawed (fucking Chris) but it's better than how I remember the dub being like and how a lot of Sanic fans seemed to paint it. Cosmo ;_; Tails just wants to be loved

It does make me wish for another Sonic anime in the future though. I'd love to see someone like Yasuhiro Imagawa give our boy in blue the thrilling adventure he deserves though knowing SEGA they'd hire some no name who credits mostly include slice of life moeshit, or make it an overly self-aware gag comedy like Sonic Boom since they've been hypercorrecting for the "classic or bust" crowd for years now.
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Sweet Dee - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 19:13:49 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.402075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Hellraiser III & Archer
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 21:05:12 EST ID:R2b2KtE+ No.402077 Report Quick Reply
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Saw Searching last night. What an awesome thriller and John Cho’s performance was fantastic. I thought the concept of the movie being seen through social media and stuff was unique and actually done pretty well though I did feel that there were parts that wouldn’t have worked if it wasn’t done in that way. The only thing I didn’t really like was that Margot survived. Would have been better if they had ended it with the Detective’s confession spliced with the footage of Margot’s dead body being pulled out of the ravine. But still I thought it was a thrilling thriller.
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Kazaam - Fri, 31 Aug 2018 23:50:09 EST ID:13yI13yv No.402086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401969
Your pic just reminded me of Upstart Crow, with Mitchell as Shakespeare. Season 3 just started in the UK. If you like Blackadder, you'll get laughs.
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Theoden - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 05:51:13 EST ID:ieJD985b No.402133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>RAMPAGE
Such a dumb monster movie..
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Leeloo - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 06:10:39 EST ID:NOvfgz0B No.402134 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402074
Saw some proof of concepts for Sonic in the new movie. He looks hairy and weird, as well as short. It reminded me of that Looney Tunes movie with Brendan Fraser from the early 2000s. Blue arms too so hopefully there'll be some of that classic autist-outrage.
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Chase Masterson - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 07:44:27 EST ID:z2/MXr15 No.402166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The Crown

Great acting but What a load of bullshit propaganda. Fuck this family and fuck everything they ever stood for
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Satou - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 11:55:30 EST ID:f9unMsIE No.402169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched Annihilation yesterday, why didn't they just take a boat to the lighthouse?

They spent the entire film wading through that fucking forest when it would have taken them no time at all to just circle the around the the "shimmer" with a boat and once they had a straight shot for the lighthouse they could have jumped into fucking rowboats if something motorized would have stopped working.

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The Comedian - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 16:25:32 EST ID:wyTonWlp No.402176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401752
>>401929
Fuck yeah, it's got a Big Lebowski vibe that I goddamn love, makes me wish I could smoke up beforehand. You can't go into it expecting a story that moves along like most shows - just show up, imbibe your mood-altering substance of choice, and let it do it's thing.
I fucking hate that harbor patrol cunt, though. Such an accurate representation of guys who wish they were actually cops, behaving like bigger dicks than the real cops are like that'll magically make them police officers.
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Gigi Edgley - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 17:31:35 EST ID:6qXsU3A2 No.402177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402169
Wasn't the problem with the shimmer that time and space didn't follow logical rules inside? You assume the lighthouse would be in the same spot inside the shimmer you would expect it to be from the outside.

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Satou - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 18:48:13 EST ID:f9unMsIE No.402179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402173
>Are you aware of the purpose of lighthouses?
To show ships that there's land to be aware of? What are you getting at? Even if you couldn't have brought a larger ship close to the beach a simple rowboat would have sufficed.

>>402177
They used maps and geographical surroundings to find their way to the lighthouse, while the fauna and animals were mutating due to the shimmer changing their DNA, it didn't move things to places they weren't before. Their perception of time certainly did seem to be fucky but the only point where they explicitly show this is just after entering the shimmer, where they wake up and presume that they've already traveled for maybe 2 days based on their rations. This doesn't happen again.

Also one can assume that they were acting rationally during the lost time since they didn't split up, ate their rations and made camp in a proper manner. I'm sure they could have used a boat to travel in a straight line. A boat would also have made it easier to use a safety line connected to outside the shimmer in order for the outside to track them, at least until they hit land.

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Balalaika - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 19:56:49 EST ID:iVzJdsXO No.402181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402177
>Wasn't the problem with the shimmer that time and space didn't follow logical rules inside?
Um, no? Have you seen the movie? They all blanked out on wtf they had been doing for the first couple days there and guessed how long they had been in by their camp and used rations. There was no issues with time distortion or anything like that.

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Master Pycelle - Mon, 03 Sep 2018 21:40:45 EST ID:JWg86Wni No.402182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haven't been much for watching movies in a while but the last couple weeks been plowing through stuff. Last week I fnally finished all UC Gundams with the still noticable exception being ZZ but that's it.

Last few days I've been watching a bunch of the DC animated movies which were all pretty decent. Today I watched Star Trek Beyond and am in the middle of watching Sanjuro. Can't for the life of me remember if I've seen Sanjuro before or not but so far the scenes seem so familiar I'm guessing I did and was just too high to remember.

DLed Rashomon too which I know I've never seen before. After that one I think I might actually try one of Kurosawa's non-samurai films which will be a first for me
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Marlene Dietrich - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 00:37:02 EST ID:6qXsU3A2 No.402184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Upgrade.

Really liked it. It kind of reminded me of the original Robocop. It's a straightforward sci-fi revenge story, but lots of over the top violence, dark humor, and the requisite cyberpunk social satire made it really entertaining. It's almost like a buddy cop movie, expect the protagonist isn't a cop, and the buddy is a murderous rogue AI in his brain.

Side note, but I'm glad Logan Marshall-Green is working consistently. He was really good in Quarry, and it was disappointing that he had such a small role in Spider-Man. Hope he gets more leading roles like this so he doesn't just get know as that guy who looks exactly like Tom Hardy.
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Sauron - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 00:58:08 EST ID:83gFwsz8 No.402185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402179
grrrrroooan. this is some truly pedantic, grouchy bullshit you're on. you know youre the one missing out because you can't get past this, right? did you also dismiss lord of the rings because of the fucking eagle thing?

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La Boeuf - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 13:57:12 EST ID:7yfqmFh8 No.402206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402180
So you don't have an argument, is what you're saying? Terrain that would have made it impossible to pass with a rowboat would have literally been giant stone pillars jutting out of the sea. Most rowboats don't have a depths more than ½ a meter. Even if this is the case, they could have used a rowboat in order to get close enough, then swam ~100 meters to shore with diving equipment. They chose the longest, most dangerous and tedious approach without explaining why.

>>402185
I understand the eagles analogy and was actually thinking about it while writing my original post, but take literally 2 seconds to think about my statement. They could have provided plenty of in-lore explanations as to why taking a ship for the most obvious route would not work, but they didn't. There are plenty of in-lore explanations as to why the eagles theory might not have worked, anything from the Nazgûl, the eye of sauron, the eagles themselves not being immune from the corruption, fucking orc archers seeing a random eagle etc.
I never said that it undermined my enjoyment and experience of the film as a whole, I'm just pointing out an obvious plot hole.
>grrrrroooan
kys famalam, pic related

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La Boeuf - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:04:07 EST ID:7yfqmFh8 No.402207 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402184
>Upgrade
Just watched it as well, fucking loved it. Easily one of my favorite films in a long time.
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La Boeuf - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:41:39 EST ID:7yfqmFh8 No.402211 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402209
>quite conceivable there could be a reason
>they didn't mention it
Literally describing a plot hole. I fully concede that it's possible to use the in-universe lore to explain why it wouldn't be feasible to take a boat, but they chose/forgot (latter more likely) to include it. There are not even any hints as to why it would be troublesome like in my previous LotR example.
>In the book they weren't actually headed for the lighthouse, they were just on an exploratory expedition through area X and ended up there, for various reasons.
That explanation would have been enough for me "Oh but we need samples and some basic understanding of this phenomenon which we so far failed to gather, if we can manage to get to the point of impact things might become even more clear".

Though I'd still pose the question why they haven't sent an expedition via boat for the sole purpose of investigating the point of impact.


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La Boeuf - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 14:45:09 EST ID:7yfqmFh8 No.402213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402185
>Sauron
>Muh eagles
Just noticed lel. nb for irrelevance and dp.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 16:41:55 EST ID:BhOlp7l2 No.402226 Report Quick Reply
I watched Monsters Inc. and Monsters University since I’ve been gradually watching the Pixar films I haven’t seen yet. Monsters Inc was fun to watch and I liked Mike and Sulley’s chemistry and having them deal with Boo. Steve Buscemi was the perfect voice to play Randall. I gotta say though that entire scene where Mike and Sulley were chasing Randall was really well animated especially given the limitations of CGI animation at the time.

Monsters University on the other hand I liked and it was enjoyable but obviously it was hard for it to be as good as the first film and I think that making it a prequel hindered its story but at least we get to see how Mike and Sulley met.
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Billy Peltzer - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 19:08:43 EST ID:8X5VMrcE No.402232 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The premiere of Mayans MC was decent, I'll keep watching for at least a season
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Theo Faron - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 21:31:24 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.402234 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402226
Wall-E is the best if you haven't seen it. I watched the beginning several times and never realized how good it gets. I finally watched it when I was bored and it was amazing.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 09:36:21 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.402244 Report Quick Reply
>>402234
I’ve already seen WALL-E but it’s a fantastic film. They did such a great job with the art design and creating Earth as such a desolate wasteland but it’s beautiful to see how well animated it is. The story and themes of overconsumption definitely hit its mark and I found humor in all the people on the space station being fat and lazy in their chairs not having to do anything at all.

The only films I got left to watch are Brave, Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, Coco and the Cars trilogy. I’ll also try to watch the short films I haven’t seen after I watch the films.
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Howard Hawks - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 13:11:01 EST ID:H8wdw5bt No.402250 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402244
Coco is very good
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Dolphin Boy - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 06:11:16 EST ID:ZEYOLAXQ No.402268 Ignore Report Quick Reply
New ep of Castle Rock was awesome, finally explained WTF has been going on all season. Next week is the finale, here's hoping for a good climax to make this one of the few all-around strong King movies/shows.
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Jay Sherman - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 01:21:28 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402268
>one of the few all-around strong King movies/shows.
One of the few?
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Judi Dench - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 05:32:51 EST ID:ZEYOLAXQ No.402322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402317
Yeah, 90% suck donkey dick
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Johnny Caspar - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 08:45:25 EST ID:V5KS7QDs No.402453 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Doesn't anyone know how to make a good TOMB RAIDER movie?!?
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Montgomery Scott - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 10:24:26 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.402457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402453
It be cool if they did a Tomb Raider movie like they did with the Mummy. The first Mummy with Brendan. Its a movie you can watch over again without getting bored at it. Its can be cheesy at times, but it was a fun movie.
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Tom Chaney - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 01:05:33 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402322
That's just objectively wrong.
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James Quall - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 02:43:27 EST ID:aueIoWvC No.402472 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402471
Well there are 9 kong films and only one of them gets all round positive reviews, you do the math.
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Rick Grimes - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 05:24:02 EST ID:bSJ8AzWh No.402474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Season 13 Episode 1 of It's Always Sunny in Phillidelphia.

It was okay, it made me laugh a couple of times. I am looking forward to seeing what they do with the rest of the season.

The got very meta which was cool, but I felt like some of the jokes didn't hit quite as well as they hoped. Seeing Mindy there was a bit jarring, but perhaps that was part of the meta? Dennis returning was great, especially how they introduced him.
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George Carlin - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 12:52:48 EST ID:lf1gqIN7 No.402484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Office and Parks and Rec for the 6th or 7th time. Watched the King's Speech a few times this week. It's such a beautiful story.
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James Quall - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 23:31:53 EST ID:7WzdAVzF No.402498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I know 'family guy sucks' etc etc but I still enjoy it and I didn't see this trailer for the upcoming season until now. Funny 'Orville' joke at the end.

https://youtu.be/t3VtKdoPIYE
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Bender Rodriguez - Wed, 12 Sep 2018 02:50:15 EST ID:iR/kujTa No.402500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402474
Oh shit jolly african-american i didn't even know this was happening
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Ellen Barkin - Wed, 12 Sep 2018 20:10:23 EST ID:ZEYOLAXQ No.402518 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The finale of Castle Rock was an underwhelming anti-climax. So, exactly like the ending of a Stephen King novel.
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William Moseley - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 02:04:06 EST ID:pJywIqO9 No.402530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402498
I forgot Family Guy was still around.

Now I want to watch that shit. Fuck.
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Dave Chappelle - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 12:40:40 EST ID:7f415ttP No.402544 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402518
Literally my exact feeling
Worth a watch though, get REALLY high and binge it, it's a fucking trip
I just fucking knew they'd pull a King ending thiugh, it was too complex and interesting to tie up neatly. That being said I still really enjoyed it but I'm a major King fan boy and have read 95% of his shit because he's usually gots great characters and stories and ideas, but man are his endings weak
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Ellen Barkin - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 18:29:00 EST ID:ZEYOLAXQ No.402554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402544
At least that tease at the end, if it is what season 2 will focus on, sounds fucking awesome. Jackie Torrence taking a trip to write her book at the Overlook should be lulzy
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Linda Hamilton - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 20:00:59 EST ID:7f415ttP No.402563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Newest Its Always Sunny was fucking hysterical, can't wait for more of the new season
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Lucio Fulci - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 03:31:12 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402472
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_adaptations_of_works_by_Stephen_King

dumbass
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Logan 5 - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 06:18:06 EST ID:ZEYOLAXQ No.402570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402471
No, it isn't.
When you think of good King films, there's The Shining, Stand By Me, Shawshank, and maybe The Mist.

When you think of horrible ones, there's The Dark Half, Under The Dome, Carrie, Christine, Maximum Overdrive, Pet Semetary, The Stand, both versions of IT, Sometimes They Come Back, Hearts In Atlantis, Secret Window, Dreamcatcher, or basically all of them
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Wikus van de Merwe - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 07:39:26 EST ID:u+SQmS1M No.402572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402570
Misery is pretty good
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Frank Miller - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 13:55:08 EST ID:eHcrAOLK No.402578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Prometheus for the first time. I've only watched Alien and Aliens, was a huge fan of the latter, so I decided to check this one out. It wasn't terrible, but I'm going to have to agree with most people who were disappointed by it. I'm not really motivated to watch Alien Covenant, but I might as well.
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Slate Slabrock - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 16:50:15 EST ID:kGv8dpiz No.402579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Walking through dark and snowy woods
>Only the moonlight to guide you
>Aiming your gun at the back of the other persons head while wandering through
>With no trigger discipline
'I don't want to hurt you Henry'

The show should have ended with him tripping over some roots or a snowdrift and accidentally blowing Henry's head off.
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Pete Punchbeef - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 18:01:59 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.402580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402578
I've seen them all. I'd say Prometheus is on the same playing field as Alien 3. Alien Resurrection is worse than both. But if you liked Prometheus, watch the "Alien 3 Assembly Cut" if you want another fun xenomorph experience. It's good stuff and only gets shit on because of what the production studio did to the film in editing. The Assembly Cut fixes almost all of these mistakes.
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Sheldon Cooper - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 19:00:18 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.402586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402580
Seconded. Assembly cut is great.

However, Alien Resurrection is great schlock. It's so corny and dumb I love it
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Xena - Fri, 14 Sep 2018 19:51:11 EST ID:19zY0Rbi No.402587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402586
Fucking love Resurrection
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Lump Beefbroth - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 07:27:58 EST ID:eHcrAOLK No.402592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402580

Yeah, Prometheus wasn’t even that bad. The first half was pretty strong, then it got progressively stupid toward the end of the movie. If anything, I’ll check out Assembly Cut. Big fan of Alien, Aliens, and Alien Isolation. I changed my mind on Covenant, it looks retarded.
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Oolong - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 12:37:22 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.402594 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402592
Covenant was one of the most boring movies I've ever watched. I couldn't finish it. It tried too hard to be emotionally/philosophically deep or something. Maybe I was too sober. I might try it again
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Gina Torres - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 13:56:11 EST ID:RNoOTJrn No.402596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402594
Covenant was lackluster and I was extremely dissatisfied with the overall tale. Set design was dope though.
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Beavis - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 19:39:32 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.402598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402594
I didn't find Covenant boring at all, I don't see that. But I did take issue with some parts definitely. Specifically the fact that 90% of what happened was taken straight from Alien. Like when all the shit starts to go down, all the same shit happens and the crew make all the exact same mistakes.

At least be a little bit creative and original.
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Bart Simpson - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 23:14:12 EST ID:1YLRxP2K No.402599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Anyone watching the new Norm show? I'm three episodes in and the only complaints I have are that they don't shit on Adam Eget enough and the jokes segment is too short.
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Neil Schweiber - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 02:58:19 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.402623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>American Vandal

You ever seen something so stupid it's genius and then stupid all over again? That's this show if it repeated that cycle for infinity.
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Ice-T - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 17:05:15 EST ID:EmJ4BquS No.402635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Gravity for the first time a couple nights ago and holy shit, what a mess. I mean the cinematography was very impressive at points, but I spent the entire film basically shouting "that's not how space works!" At the screen because honestly the plot is the most contrived bullshit that serves only to create a reason for everything to fucking explode whenever the director gets bored with the emotionally unengaging weak attempt at character development via "my 4 year old daughter randomly died, also no-one loves me" stuff going on. When everything wasn't exploding it was just Sandra Bullock barking and being sad about dying. Big meh.

Clooney was moderately entertaining though.

But seriously, the space physics -
1) nope, blowing up a satellite isn't going to cause its remains to zoom around the earth faster than a speeding bullet taking out all the other satellites and causing a cloud of shit that destroys 2 space stations, it's going to fire the parts off in different directions + the original speed and orbit of the satellite. The basic premise of the disaster is ridiculous and makes no sense.

2) when she detaches from the arm it would make no difference to her velocity and she would keep zooming off near the arm in one direction at a set speed and rotation indefinitely. She definitely wouldn't just stop once detached, and I think she'd seriously struggle to stop rotating, not just come to a slow stop thanks to space friction.

3) Clooney keeps boosting them over and over towards their destination, in reality they would gain velocity with each boost meaning they would be going fucking fast when they reach their destination.

4) her air supply is handled so arbitrarily, her last 1% lasts longer than the first 5% we see her lose, and she survives for a full 5 minutes past the point of going light headed from inhaling carbon monoxide, with a massive burst of powerful accurate movement right at the end.

5) the bit where she's trying to escape the ISS and the parachute is stuck and literally everything but her ship gets smashed into dust, my friend and I just burst out laughing at the ridiculousness of it.[/%{

[%]6) she travels 100km to the Chinese station in 20 seconds


7) oh yeah, when her foot is trapped in the ropes and she's holding Clooney, they come to a stop but he's still somehow being dragged away from her. Also she could definitely just get her other leg wrapped around the rope. Very dumb way to kill off the only decent character in the film (apart from the guy fucking about at the start).

That's just off the top of my head. If the characterization or plot or anything but the cinematography was good in this film then I could overlook some of the bad physics and logic, but there's just nothing holding the film together. Can't get invested in the stakes when you can't understand what influences them because there's no consistency.

I'm not sure how this film has 98% on rotten tomatoes, though it is still probably better than the similarly highly rated piece of shit, Dunkirk.

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Borg Queen - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 23:09:33 EST ID:Gb7U/+LO No.402639 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just finished Jack Ryan. It was interesting. It covered a lot of the whole terrorism situation very well. You see refuges, terrorists, hostages and the normal people caught in everything. It's also good about showing that maybe dropping bombs on people without caring about civilians can cause terrorism.

Also I have to say it mentioned 9/11 three times. I gave them one without a ton of judgment and the second was also in the pilot but when the third one dropped it felt wrong.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 09:18:14 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.402667 Report Quick Reply
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I finished Orange is the New Black season 6. I thought it was an improvement from last season and though the change in setting from minimum to maximum was different, it was an adjustment I could accept. I was disappointed that characters from previous seasons like Soso, Norma, Maritza and others weren’t on this season but I did like the new characters like Badison for example. I was surprised by the conclusion of the C Block vs. D Block kickball game but it did go to show that the petty beef between Barb and Carol and their plan to try to kill Freida actually killed them both in the end. I’m guessing that with Piper being released from prison, next season will focus on her writing her memoir.

I also watched The Sandlot, which i think is a timeless coming of age classic. I know people say it’s a baseball film and yes it does bond the characters and story together but I don’t really think of it as one.

Now watching the latest season of American Vandal. Got through the first half of the season and it’s just as good as the first.

>>402623
It’s such an underrated show. I really like how much they can take a crime like vandalism and turn it into a full fledged investigative mockmentary. Kevin is no Dylan but damn his mannerisms and way he speaks makes me laugh pretty hard.
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Douglas Adams - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 09:54:26 EST ID:YWcDDEq5 No.402670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402635
Just goes to show that rotten tomatoes is still a retard fest that should be taken with a pound of salt.
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Homer J. Simpson - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 18:14:10 EST ID:iR/kujTa No.402692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dirk Gently atm

If i knew it was shooting Douglas Adams novels then I would've gotten on this shit sooner
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Homer J. Simpson - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 18:14:58 EST ID:iR/kujTa No.402693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402692
Adapting* Douglas Adams
Fuckin phone nb
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Nathan Explosion - Wed, 19 Sep 2018 04:50:33 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402692
Which one?
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Drusilla - Wed, 19 Sep 2018 20:35:14 EST ID:4yOK099o No.402751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally watched Sicario: Day Of The Soldado. I wasn't expecting it to be as good as the first movie, but it was still disappointing. It was also kinda predictable.
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R2-D2 - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 02:58:05 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402760 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402750
There are two.
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Fleur Isabelle Delacour - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 04:31:51 EST ID:i+xn2Ftr No.402763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402715
The netflix one
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Elizabeth Taylor - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 20:01:07 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.402802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The 2018 Battlebots tournament just started on Discovery.
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Leatherface - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 02:21:24 EST ID:7f415ttP No.402805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402802
What the fuck is Discovery?
Most of them are on youtube anyways
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 14:37:09 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.402815 Report Quick Reply
>>402805
Discovery Channel
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Edward James Olmos - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 19:07:40 EST ID:Q/h95dhm No.402823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402805
>>402815
This generation was a mistake
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Peter Jackson - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 22:30:13 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.402825 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>402823
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Jon Pertwee - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 22:32:31 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.402826 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402825

Hell I don't even remember that logo.
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Slate Slabrock - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 19:40:49 EST ID:LKiQDUcI No.402847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402825
Remember when A&E meant Arts and Entertainment and didn't showed countless reality shows and instead things like Biography and Cosby Mysteries?
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Dejah Thoris - Mon, 24 Sep 2018 23:34:23 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.402889 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched The Florida Project

Good movie. Felt very real and hit close to home at parts. Pretty great acting all around.
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Dejah Thoris - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 13:50:35 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.402899 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched the Scorsese flick Silence. Found it by browsing Amazon Prime.

It was really long. Almost 3 hours. But a very good religious movie. I wasn't aware that Scorsese was a catholic.

Typically I wouldn't be into something like this movie, but it's actually a true story about missionaries in Japan and they went through some crazy shit. The whole story is really interesting and it seems the movie was pretty accurate.
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H.E.L.P.eR. - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 17:24:01 EST ID:7f415ttP No.402906 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Starting binging Maniac, the new Netflix show from Cary Fukunaga ( guy who ,ade True Detective season 1 and Beasts of No Nation and some others). I am fuming loving but out of curiosity looked up the reviews online and it's extremely divisive. Some people love it, some people hate it with a vitriolic fury that I can not comprehend.

Anyways check it out if you like weird tippy sci-fi with some dark comedy. Starring skinny Jonah Hill, Emma Stone, and Justin Theroux
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 16:55:00 EST ID:uyu8SsdM No.402992 Report Quick Reply
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Watched Any Given Sunday. I felt like the movie executed the football aspects well and it’s surreal how a lot of stuff that was covered in the movie is pretty relevant in football and sports today like the stuff about Christina threatening to relocate the Sharks to LA if she didn’t get public money for financing building a new stadium and Shark’s concussion. And of course this scene is probably one of my favorite sports film speeches - https://youtu.be/m_iKg7nutNY

The film has a great cast especially with Al Pacino and Jamie Foxx’s performances but I do think Cameron Diaz was miscast though maybe it’s because she’s more suited acting in comedies than in dramas.
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Michael Mann - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 17:01:19 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.402993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>402992
That's a good fucking movie.
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Bernard Quatermass - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 22:37:39 EST ID:13yI13yv No.403004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Brendan Fraser seems to have found redemption on the BBC, in Trust.

Good for him, because he is very good in it.
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Shark - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 06:27:38 EST ID:wdQmcWc/ No.403013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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rewatch of Halloween, hypin for the new reboot/sequel thing
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Ash Ketchum - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 17:17:00 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403037 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched a bit of Lore, the Amazon original. It feels pretty comfy, but at times feels a bit cheap or lazy. I hear it's an adaptation of a podcast, and at times it feels like I'm just listening to a podcast with a cheap dramatization over it. That's really the only critique though. The subject matter is really interesting and outweighs the cons by a lot imo.
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Daffy Duck - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 21:18:40 EST ID:HQn8l2ZC No.403079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403013
Oktobofest > Halloween
Oh.. that's not a film
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 23:32:11 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.403081 Report Quick Reply
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>>403079
But there is Beerfest
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Fleur Isabelle Delacour - Mon, 01 Oct 2018 11:42:14 EST ID:y1uYZ1sA No.403090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just rewatched It Follows. Forgot what a gem this was. The soundtrack is perfect, and the pacing of the film is superb. Great camera work too. I just wish the climax at the community pool was scrapped and something else was done, it didn't feel like it fit the rest of the movie.
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Jon Snow - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 06:09:14 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.403108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Starship Troopers, aw yiss.
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Tommy Pickles - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 06:16:43 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Hotel Artemis

Little rough around the edges, but overall a fun rogue-lite equivalent of a cyberpunk film. It was very ok. It kind of takes a less is more approach to the the genre which works. Drew Pearce can write a fun story... not sure if he should be directing though. Casting was good but Zachary Quinto is the weakest link. Sterling K. Brown is great and should be in more action movies. Bautista also has more range in this movie than both GotG flicks.

The movie reminded me of Pearce's show No Heroics in more than a few ways.
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Tommy Pickles - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 06:25:10 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403108
This movie is perfect. It's essentially Heinlein's novel meets Robocop. The satire is entirely on point. Big Ups to the CGI animated series Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles.
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Joe D'Amato - Wed, 03 Oct 2018 03:02:00 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just watched the first episode for season four of Channel Zero
Off to a good start
That exit by Pretzel Jack made me actually lol
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Muscle Man - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 01:33:35 EST ID:zHKzJ0CY No.403145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403110
Wait, this movie isn't just an expanded universe type of thing for that hotel from John Wick?
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Amanda Tapping - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 02:02:49 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.403147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403145
What possibly gave you that idea?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 07:51:54 EST ID:Enpq992p No.403155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403145
No that’s The Continental, which Starz picked up as a series back in January.
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Sergio Martino - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 16:10:43 EST ID:5xd428WR No.403158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I watched Under the Skin in which Scar Jo plays an alien body snatcher. Honestly, it was much better than i expected. About 90%of the story has no dialogue yet they manage to keep it intriguing and manage to give expedition and advance the plot without it
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Lindsay Weir - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 02:33:01 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403145
There are similarities with the whole secret society hiding in plain sight, but it's nowhere near as action-oriented. Not to say there isn't any action in the film. To me it feels like a neat short story/random comic issue. It's light on backstory (but does tease at it), yet it tells a fun story.
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Stan Marsh - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 19:50:28 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Ozark is pretty good. Bateman is Bateman but the supporting cast really makes it watchable.
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Walter White - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 23:07:06 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching ORVILLE, saw it in bits & pieces. Now watching it sequentially.
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Eomer - Sat, 06 Oct 2018 13:38:59 EST ID:sYQvo8Xd No.403213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Man, I can't remember the last time I was as sad about a season finale as I am about Lodge 49. I'm gonna miss the weekly SLAYER. Thankfully it's already been renewed for a second season, even with middling ratings, because everybody goddamn loves it. Honestly, you guys, if you haven't been watching it, you've gotta catch it when you get a chance. It's gotta be the most chill show I've ever seen.

Also, we've got a first look at Good Omens, primarily focused on Crowley and Aziraphale, and it looks fuckin' noice
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZSXlNRRoGU
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 06 Oct 2018 13:46:14 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.403215 Report Quick Reply
Finally watched Ant-Man and the Wasp last night. It was a good movie and there’s plenty of action and funny moments especially from Michael Pena. That dude is hilarious. I think the only issue with it and like others said in the last comics/superheroes general is that there didn’t feel like there was any stakes attached and felt predictable. But the credits scene at the end did at least tie into Infinity War and now Scott is stuck in the quantum realm

>>403213
Yeah I need to catch up on Lodge 49, it’s a pretty comfy show.
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David Cronenberg - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 10:51:57 EST ID:q+V/LAwt No.403235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403215
>Finally watched Ant-Man and the Wasp last night. It was a good movie and there’s plenty of action and funny moments especially from Michael Pena.
I actually watched it last night too, I however didn't really like it. It's filled to the brim with quips and attempts at humor but they fall flat 99% of the time, at most I think I smiled a single time.
The plot is wholly uninteresting and very predictable, it's filled with so many logical inconsistencies that I got tired of mentally noting them down after 30 minutes.

The fighting/action scenes were okay at best, the shrink/enlarge ray was extremely underused (which has a lot of potential to make scenes more interesting) and was mostly portrayed as a laser gun. I only remember it being used on the salt shaker in the kitchen and on the motorcycle in the chase scene.

Some of the more major nitpicks (ignoring many of the glaring plot holes/logical inconsistencies I don't remember)
>The new 'prototype' suit is a pure downgrade from the wasp suit
Why the fuck would he not put wings on that thing and instead rely on flying ants? There even are flying ants so it would make sense in-universe, but they can't do that because then their suits are exactly the same.
>The lab and cars
How is it 'stealthy' to shrink an entire apartment complex and shrink/enlarge cars in the middle of the day? They couldn't even drive them into a garage or underground parking lot? Why is it even an entire apartment complex when it appears that they only use very of the space? Why didn't they just enlarge the apartment complex in order to crush all the glow in the darks that were advancing towards them, run in and shrink it?
The enemy couldn't very well go near it or transport it in fear of getting crushed when they activate it again.


I don't mind lighthearted and humorous capeshit, I thought both the Deadpools were okay and I quite enjoyed the first Ant-man, but this was a real disappointment.
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Jean-luc Godard - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 13:57:05 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403235
It was a pretty forgettable movie, with none of the heart of the original (which I actually found pretty funny and interesting!). The villain was almost compelling too, which is always nice to find in a fuckin superhero movie. It just all fell flat to me. I didn't hate it, but I found myself bored and rolling my eyes at a few moments, especially the Quantum Realm shit and the magical spacetime powers granted to the professor's wife. What the fuck? Even if it's used in the future it just seems like they hand waved it and it was a pretty lazy plot fix. Idk, with in-universe stuff like the fucking infinity stones having similar powers its kinda weird to give something so powerful for a relatively minor character just by virtue of her being stuck as a tiny person in a tiny realm
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Bobby Drake - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:03:53 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.403244 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403235
To search for a reason: Maybe since it's a proto, he didn't have time to add the bugman wings. Or he just doesn't like character being really small and able to fly up to take a tiny dump on his tongue.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:24:10 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Never thought I'd say it, but Jason Bateman actually does have a bit of range. After watching Ozark and seeing him cry on command and go through all the shit that happens in that show, I've got more respect for him as an actor. I don't think he has huge range, but he does have a bit and he has talent.

Also, you don't really notice it most of the time, but there are moments that the show has brilliant cinematography and use of color, like the scene in pic related.
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Mae Whitman - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:47:10 EST ID:f5K4GDBe No.403247 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pregaming bowls before this new Doctor Who episode. I'm less looking to judge the new Doctor and am more curious about the new showrunner and how they will handle things, that will be make or break for me more than the chick playing the part.
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Billy Peltzer - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 19:29:56 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403248 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403246
Ozark is really good. It's also the first time in a long time that Bateman isn't annoying.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 19:30:01 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.403249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403235
I mean I did also say it was predictable and there was no stakes to it but the first film was slightly better than the second one but I can't disagree with your nitpicks.
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Jennifer Garner - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 01:13:50 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I watched Raw and it was meh.

It suffered from a lack of balance in realism. It was too surreal to suspend disbelief but it wasn't surreal enough to be a wild ride. It was somewhere in the middle where you cringe a lot and you do react but it doesn't really grip you. Unless you're a vegetarian or a cannibal I guess.
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Jennifer Garner - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 01:40:11 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403248
Yeah that role that he plays every time got old a long time ago. People can only handle so much snark before they start to hate you. I learned that the hard way.

Thankfully Patrick Bateman isn't very snarky in Ozark. At least not nearly as much as in his other roles. I don't think he can help but be snarky sometimes.

Also, it's worth noting that Bateman directed 6 episodes. Who knew he was a director as well?
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Carrie Anne Moss - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 03:38:54 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.403259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished The Booth at the End. Not sure how I didn't discover this show sooner but it was fantastic. Shame there were only 2 5 episode seasons of 22m episodes. I'd recommend not looking into it before watching the show is pretty short anyway.

I was afraid the entire series taking place in a single location and everything coming out via dialog there but it really worked very well. Highly recommend.

Its also got that pussy Gregory from The Walking Dead as the main star but he does a great job in this.
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Jennifer Garner - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 10:59:38 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403265 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Better Call Saul finale is tonight. Just caught up on last week's episode. Honestly can't believe that Saul didn't get his bar certification back. Didn't see that coming. Honestly this season has been a bit anti-climactic so hopefully the finale tonight gets pretty crazy. I'm sure it will but either way, I've still enjoyed it.
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Benedict Cumberbatch - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 17:06:50 EST ID:f5K4GDBe No.403273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403265
With how much everyone hates Chuck, who would have guessed the show would get kinda boring without him?
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Gigolo Jane - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 20:40:17 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.403279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403273
It started out good but damn did it get boring again. I love where the storyline is at and it gets me the most excited out of all the seasons, but my god I wish they would pick up the fucking pace already
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Kenshiro - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 00:32:08 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The BCS finale was great.

It wasn't what I expected or what I really wanted, but I really enjoyed it nonetheless. Fuckin Jimmy duped me. I actually thought he was sincere when he was giving that speech. He even got me to tear up a bit. Then he comes out showboating about duping everyone... Fuck you Jimmy!
That was a really well executed transition from Jimmy Mcgill to Saul Goodman.
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Asuka - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 01:59:25 EST ID:9n+MwzzD No.403283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Going through Babylon 5 for the first time. I think it's the last worthwhile spess show that I haven't seen. Eh, that's probably not true, tell me if I'm missing anything:
all the ST (oh, except for TOS actually I completely forgot, and the new stuff but I assume it's bad and fanservice and won't leave its own legacy), BSG, Farscape, a lot of the Stargate but probably not all of it, kind of lost interest, Firefly, Dr Who if that counts.
Kinda sad really. There's something so comfy about a certain kind of show set in space. Also wtf Andromeda, holy fuck that show is bad. Just downright terrible in so many ways I was honestly asking myself through a few episodes if it was parody.
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Elora Danan - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 02:55:12 EST ID:2QivXGBq No.403286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403283
You named pretty much all the greats. I've heard lots of good things about Space Above and Beyond but haven't gotten around to checking it out yet. The Expanse is top tier. I really enjoyed The Orville. Dark Matter is pretty fun before it self sabotaged but worth watching still. You've still got a few left, grasshopper.

Fuggin enjoy B5. It's my favorite. Some say season 1sucked but i disagree, I loved it (once I got past that cheap ass pilot lol). It manages to feel very familiar while totally doing its own thing and eventually going full on balls to the wall. Enjoy the avalanche.
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Elora Danan - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 02:57:12 EST ID:2QivXGBq No.403287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403286
Oh and fucking LEXX is excellent.
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Jerry Lundegaard - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 03:17:50 EST ID:iJMrwRRw No.403288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403287

I really enjoyed LEXX. It just has a great vibe of stranded in space, indomitable evil, and playfulness. Kind of the epitome of 90's Saturday afternoon syndicated scifi TV show. Be forewarned, it doesn't take it self to seriously and goes pretty far out of the way to make some weird sex jokes. Pic related.
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Asuka - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 03:25:18 EST ID:9n+MwzzD No.403289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403286
Awesome, thanks a lot, I'll check those out.
Yeah Babylon 5 is a great mix of "big important things" and levity. And surprisingly, some of the best time travel stuff I've seen in sci fi, especially for its age. (I'm in late season 4) I still generally hate time travel stuff, I think it's never as interesting as the writers think it is. Though finding out about Valen... I admit, that was pretty great.
Maybe in the future we'll see the series picked up again. Maybe.... Babylon 4.
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Asuka - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 04:10:41 EST ID:9n+MwzzD No.403290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403283
oh also I know a lot of people hated it but I enjoyed the new Lost in Space a lot nb
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Commander John J Adams - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 04:21:24 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403290
It's fun but forgettable.
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Marty Huggins - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 22:20:01 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Started binging Justified on a whim and because Timothy Olyphant :3
It's a really good crime drama, I like all the side characters too, they get alot of really good character actors
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Taco MacArthur - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 16:56:32 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403432 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I enjoyed the new season of Man in the High Castle, up until after the season finale was over and I was extremely disappointed, then realized that not shit happened that whole season and I just wasted 10 hours of my life and that I waited like 3 years for this shit and now they're stringing me along like fucking The Walking Dead. Fuckin A.
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Peter Petrelli - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 20:07:43 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.403434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>401556
Watched the first episodes of the new Channel Zero, The Haunting of Hill House, Titans, and Into the Dark. Titans was kind of a disappointment. The other three weren't bad.

I just finished up the new season of 3% as well as Maniac and Trepalium which were all decent. 3% wasn't as good as the first but Trepalium had a similar vibe and I liked it well enough.

I need to catch up on the new season of Snatch and TMITHC but haven't gotten around to it and probably wont for a while.

Its finally starting to turn colder here with fall weather and Halloween rapidly approaching so its time for my annual watches of various related things. Twin Peaks is up first though I think I will probably just watch The Northwest Passage and The Last Seven Days of Laura Palmer instead of the full series this year. For some reason I always want to rewatch it during autumn.
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Jonah Hill - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 23:28:50 EST ID:13yI13yv No.403437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished Karl Pilkington's new comedy, Sick of It. It's the best thing I've seen in ages.
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Ro Laren - Sun, 14 Oct 2018 22:24:28 EST ID:6oHV5dou No.403447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403437
never heard of this thanks for the heads up. The travel series with him done by Gervais is really fucking stellar, underrated tbh.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 08:59:21 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403457 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>This Is Us s03e01-3 - Nine Bucks, A Philadelphia Story & Katie Girls

First three episodes of the season have been okay so far but I'm really not liking this whole storyline with Kate and Toby trying for a baby storyline. I feel like they're making Kate to be way in over her head about having a baby especially through in-vitro at her BMI. Even my friend was all like "why not just have a surrogate?" What's worse is that this whole thing is gonna eventually make Toby spiral into a deep depression since he's off his meds. At least Kevin's more tolerable so far this season though him dating Beth's sister Zoe is a bit weird but I'm interested to see where they go with them digging into Jack's past of his time in the Vietnam War, which it seems like they'll show in the next episode. Randall, as usual, is the best character on this show and I like how the show is portraying how he's stuck between two worlds of being an adopted black kid raised in a white family and now a wealthy black man from the suburbs trying to improve an inner city community. Guess that him deciding to run for city council is supposed to try to reconcile that.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 14:18:29 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403463 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I also just finished Atypical season 2. I thought it was much better than season 1 because they didn't make Sam's autism the center of attention and the cause for the rest of his family's problems. Because of that, I liked the increased focus on other characters like Casey though teasing that her friendship with Izzie is more than that feels cliche but she's probably the show's strongest character. Although it's hard for me to care about Elsa especially after cheating on Doug, they did make her character be more than just being a helicopter mom. While I like Julia and the actress that plays her, her subplot felt unnecessary and forced. And with Sam they do tend to play up his symptoms for laughs, which I'll admit I got a kick out of, but I like the direction with his character getting into art school and reconnecting with Paige by season's end.

It does help that they hired autistic actors and writers as part of the show this season but does every show and movie about someone with autism have to be about a white, cisgender, straight, smart and unemphatic male?
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Milos Forman - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 15:56:36 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.403464 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403463
> but does every show and movie about someone with autism have to be about a white, cisgender, straight, smart and unemphatic male?

Yes, because that's usually what the demographic is. Adding a LGBT character is just up for a failed show.
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Claudia Brown - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 16:49:38 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403466 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403457
>>403463
Jesus CHiggs I knew you had best taste, but Jesus
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Val Kilmer - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 16:56:31 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403464
no
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Chloë Annett - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 23:49:48 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.403475 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403463
>but does every show and movie about someone with autism have to be about a white, cisgender, straight, smart and unemphatic male?
Yeah, man. We should set quotas for that kind of thing.
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Sean Astin - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 09:57:20 EST ID:7WzdAVzF No.403482 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403457
>>403463
you won't watch the Wire but you watch this shit??
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Tom Reagan - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:18:39 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403487 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403482
lmao it's never gonna happen I gave up long ago
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Ingmar Bergman - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:20:32 EST ID:ss0eKUYY No.403489 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Superstore s4 ep2

One of the best comedy series from NBC in a long time
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Harmony Korine - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:55:24 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403489
This show is the definition of very ok. It's good, but not good enough to claim the title you bestowed upon it. That probably belongs to The Good Place. Superstore falls for the Jim & Pam trope from the first episode. Superstore is pretty comfy though. Especially if you've ever worked in retail or a big box store.

The best jokes are the little interstitial customer cutaways between scenes; they range from goofy to cute to dark. I will say that the cast is really good though. Cheyenne is a cutie, Mateo is a spot-on gay Filipino guy without being a stereotype, Ike Barinholtz's brother Jon is great in the show too.
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Winston Zeddmore - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 09:32:49 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Demolition Man
with Sly Stallone & Wes Snipes
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Homer J. Simpson - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 20:32:46 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403534
Now onto COMMANDO
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Zed - Thu, 18 Oct 2018 22:15:09 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403564
hell yeah
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Bollo - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 09:31:09 EST ID:seMbfx1d No.403588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haunting of Hill house up to episode 6

Solid series. Its much scarier than say American horror story, but also much slower and character driven. The ghosts get less scary as you acquaint yourself with them but you still get chills for at least four episodes. I recommend it. It's got the solid drama of a premier TV show bit with a side of ghosties. It's good.
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Homer J. Simpson - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 16:58:42 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403569
Conan the Barbarian time?
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Daniel Craig - Fri, 19 Oct 2018 17:18:41 EST ID:y1uYZ1sA No.403616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403588

Just finished Episode 4. That was the best episode so far. It's not particularly scary(but it doesn't feel like it tries to be), and it doesn't feel very original. But I like the way it tells its story through the eyes of different characters...almost like Lost did. Pretty good.
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Donald Draper - Sat, 20 Oct 2018 19:26:25 EST ID:y1uYZ1sA No.403648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just watched Upgrade. It's not perfect, mainly in its setup, but damn if that wasn't a fun movie. Once it gets going it never drags its feet, even for a moment. Well worth the 2 bucks from redbox and 90 minutes of your time. Pretty impressed it only had a 3 million dollar budget too.
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Raven Darkhölme - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 19:36:31 EST ID:tPv2hzJh No.403667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Doctor Who was really good this week after two boring episodes starting the season off. Watched with the kid and it raised a lot of important conversations I would have been too uncomfortable to bring up myself.
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Jamie Lannister - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 05:54:52 EST ID:VypBtyye No.403677 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching this Netflix cooking show called Salt Fat Acid Heat and it's actually pretty good. It's making me hungry af though. Watching this chick take a sliver of raw pig fat and eat it actually made my mouth water.
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Chippy - Mon, 22 Oct 2018 21:58:29 EST ID:0cy3rm9S No.403700 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just finished The Haunting of Hill House. Real solid horror series. The way the narrative unfolds is some great storytelling and the cinematography is great, especially episode 6. One complaint I had was I felt it relied on jump scares a bit too much, but there are also some genuinely creepy and terrifying moments with cool visuals.

I don't see how they could do another season, unless they make it an anthology series like AHS, but I like seeing works done by a single writer/director, and this guy nailed it, really interested to see more of his work. I guess he did Oculus and Hush too, both of which I've been meaning to check out.
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Daniel Radcliffe - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 05:09:36 EST ID:e0chc/s7 No.403707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403667
Latest Dr Who season has been booooring like Elon Musk's new company
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Number Six - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 05:44:00 EST ID:0ZfN6QKM No.403708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403707
How the fuck do you manage to get worse WITHOUT Moffat. I think its the Beebs bad trend of making every season a reaction to fan response to the last season and now they're essentially at "People complained about Moffat when we thought his stuff was fun, so hey new showrunner, try writing episodes with zero fun-content whatsoever"
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James Quall - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 07:58:29 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403707
Elon Musk should create a reality show to fix his image. I'd watch the shit out of it. A day in the life of Elon. Fuck yeah.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 11:27:29 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Got caught up on The Handmaid's Tale season 2. I initially watched the first four episodes as they were released but stopped watching for whatever reason but picked it back up and finished it. It was a pretty good season though and I really have come to appreciate Joseph Fiennes' acting as Commander Waterford on this show. I was surprised by the ending of June not going with Emily and Holly but I guess she's got unfinished business to take care of with Waterford.

Also watched last week's episode of This Is Us, which was the anticipated Vietnam War episode that The Things They Carried author Tim O'Brien helped co-write. Definitely one of my favorite episodes so far on this show. I liked how the format of the episode with them doing flashbacks of Jack's life until his brother Nicky's birth to show that he was only 2 minutes away from not being drafted was different and how Jack's characterization and upbringing in this episode makes you rethink and understand his character motivations much better of being this superhero that he's portrayed to be and that he's been criticized for. That episode does also make me miss Quarry though in terms of Vietnam War portrayals on TV.

Now catching up on Westworld season 2 since I only got around to watching the first two episodes when they aired and now I'm up to episode 5.
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Blade - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 07:13:41 EST ID:Xub+HQT5 No.403726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Got this DiY low budget masterpiece in yesterday. going to watch the documentary in a bit.
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Johnny Depp - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 00:35:57 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.403740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403726
Masterpiece is right.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 09:26:24 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I saw Bad Times at the El Royale last night. I liked the acting especially Jon Hamm and Jeff Bridges' performances and the movie's setting and premise were interesting but man it should have been 30-45 minutes shorter and paced better with more development for the characters' backstories and not fitting it in conveniently when it called for it like flashing back to Miles' time in Vietnam right before he'd save the day and kill Billy Lee and his followers. The film was okay but I think it's a sophomore slump for Drew Goddard directing his second film after how good The Cabin in the Woods was.
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Theon Greyjoy - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 12:31:33 EST ID:n+iDhdY4 No.403752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Mr. Inbetween was good. Way too short but well made throughout. Snowfall left me wanting more as well with that final scene with Franklin setting up the whole next season. The Mayans has been interesting. Needs more times to flesh out such a large cast of characters but it shows some promise.
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Theon Greyjoy - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 13:14:56 EST ID:n+iDhdY4 No.403754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403752
Also: Why the fuck is FX turning out so much quality stuff despite low rating when everyone else is willing to cancel shit immediately? Also: Taboo season 2 needs to get here faster.
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Miranda Otto - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 14:03:22 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Curiosity got the best of me and I've been watching The Haunting of Hill House. It's actually pretty good so far. It's not super scary but it's fun. And when they do get spooky, it's done pretty well. I typically can't get into hauntings/ghosts/exorcism horror shit because they're all so played out but this show manages to keep it fresh pretty well.

Recommend. Just know it's like 2/3 drama, 1/3 spooky ghosts.
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Miranda Otto - Thu, 25 Oct 2018 14:06:37 EST ID:yV3ximT+ No.403758 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403754
I feel like FX must get some good money for streaming those shows years later so they make some long term investments. Shows like Fargo are universally acclaimed but didn't get very great numbers. And I know that a lot of FX shows end up on streaming platforms after the season isn't new anymore.

Also maybe their parent company is smart and keeps them around to keep the value of the brand up. Having all this acclaim even if you don't get huge numbers still equates to value for the brand, especially with everything moving further away from the live viewing numbers meaning jack shit and more towards streaming.
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Tony Montana - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 05:42:36 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403771
>so I watched the trailer (without sound) for the new Sabrina about two dozen times
What the fuck is wrong with you
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Boyd Crowder - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 06:27:50 EST ID:Ae9K9j+u No.403775 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403773
>having a commute
>not having pre-planned entertainment of some sort

shit man even my mom would have brought a book or some shit, let alone headphones for some music or tv or something.
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Deanna Troi - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 10:23:54 EST ID:MOuQjmqX No.403782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403776
Yeah, man! You're above that nonsense.

Anyways I'm currently watching paint dry.
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Gene Hackman - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 15:48:17 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.403788 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403787
God forbid the trainstation cancels trips and you are not prepare for any form of entertaiment while you wait, I mean the nerve on those guys.. Sheesh.
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Gene Hackman - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:07:24 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.403790 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403789
I suppose sarcams doesnt translate well on text. Or at least I'm not that good at it. I was just mocking the others guy for it, not you.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:42:16 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403791 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What a load of bullshit - https://news.avclub.com/what-a-bunch-of-dicks-netflix-canceled-american-vandal-1830029764
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Tony Montana - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:42:20 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403792 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403789
I was more curious why you would watch the same trailer two dozen times instead of watching a multitude of things
Is this what the kids are doing these days?
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Gene Hackman - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:44:06 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.403793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403791
Relax Higgy, it wasn't that great anyways.
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Deanna Troi - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:50:30 EST ID:MOuQjmqX No.403797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403793
The joke only works once, I don't have any interest watching the second season
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Don Hertzfeldt - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 16:58:10 EST ID:0ZfN6QKM No.403800 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403791
i lol'd when they said they would shop it elsewhere. Don't they know Netflix IS the elsewhere that dead shows get shopped to? If Netflix cancels you, clearly nobody wants you.
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Deanna Troi - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 18:02:24 EST ID:MOuQjmqX No.403802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403800
Maybe crackle will take it
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Tony Montana - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 18:45:10 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403803 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Daredevil season 3
Holy shit what a fantastic season they really fleshed out all the characters and the story was incredible.
That Karen episode and the scene where she was talking to Fisk about killing Wesley was 10/10. Bullseye might have been the best written villain I've seen in a comic book series/movie, really fantastic acting too from that guy, he played tortured psychopath incredibly well. Fisk was great as usual.
Keep up the good work Netflix, make more seasons like this
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Hayao Miyazaki - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 22:00:23 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.403809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Season 3 of Daredevil is really pissing me off. First off, what the fuck is going on with this fucking building collapse everyone keeps talking about? This wasn't in the last season, I know because I went back and rewatched the last episode. If they want me to watch all their other shows too to be able to follow the plot of this one then fuck them. Secondly, nobody seems to be able to understand the difference between releasing a prisoner and moving him into protective custody because he's snitching. Like holy shit, why is every single fucking character not able to understand this, even the lawyers and reporters? I don't enjoy most of the characters being retarded. Plus now we have matt turning the edge up to 11 presumably from the trauma of this incident that wasn't in the show we're watching.

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Noranti Pralatong - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 22:33:37 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403809
maybe that stuff happened in the Defenders, I wouldn't know. I got confused during part of Jessica Jones season 2 because a character was inexplicably doing something else and my SO had to explain that it happens in the Defenders. I think it's kinda shitty to just assume everyone wants to watch ever series, then again maybe that's why they cancelled Iron Fist and Luke Cage
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Alice Murphy - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 11:55:04 EST ID:b3b5Mlbv No.403829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished deutschland 86 which is deutschland 83 season two except three years have passed. It was very good, it's about east Germany and their shady operations and, as years will go by, their downfall. I can't wait for season three.
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Haruhi Suzumiya - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 13:45:50 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403831 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403821
That still doesn't answer why you'd watch THE SAME TRAILER TWO DOZEN TIMES
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Bernie Mac - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 13:58:15 EST ID:0ZfN6QKM No.403833 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So we learned the Sabrina trailer is good, anyone actually watch the show yet? I see reviews ranging from "best supernatural drama since Buffy" to "cool premise but takes the whole season to find its footing". Was hoping for a 420 review.
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Noranti Pralatong - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 14:08:01 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403833
all i care about is whether or not the sassy talking cat is in it
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Noranti Pralatong - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 14:50:52 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403835
Damn, thanks for the info. I think I'll pass
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 15:57:12 EST ID:sYCRAKa2 No.403839 Report Quick Reply
>>403829
Thanks for the reminder. I really liked 83 and it was a good spy thriller. Dunno if I have SundanceTV this time around though since I originally watched 83.

>>403835
>It's another case where they just bought the IP and made up basically their own thing that shares nothing much in common with the original production.

You do realize that Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an adaptation of the comic series of the same name rather than from the show that used to air on ABC and The WB that was based off of the original Sabrina Spellman comic series right? Yes Chilling Adventures is darker than the original series but you can’t conflate your experiences watching a comedy versus a drama when they’re two different adaptations.

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Noranti Pralatong - Sat, 27 Oct 2018 17:00:10 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.403842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403839
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David Chase - Sun, 28 Oct 2018 20:15:05 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.403871 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finished watching Season 5 of Bojack Horseman.

I dunno the lack of growth and the lack of resolve is starting to get to me to the point where you kind of just expect bojack to fuck things up every season. its a real shame because i felt with the first four seasons something was happening but all the show was really doing was pulling a silicon valley.

Bojack fixes life, ruins it, fixes life, ruins it, fixes life, ruins it. the format is getting pretty tired.
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Blake Anderson - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 20:07:39 EST ID:vJppUQar No.403898 Ignore Report Quick Reply
newest ep of Doctor Who was fun but i'm getting a headache trying to figure out wtf they were trying to accomplish with the social commentary of the hotel guy character. I liked him though, hopefully he's the President in future episodes. Anyways, it was good to have a veteran show writer doing a script. Again, the Doctor and costars carried the ep. I really dig the multi-companion set-up they have going, feels old school.
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Fred Astaire - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 23:24:17 EST ID:GgNoChuU No.403900 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403898
I think they weren't going for any social commentary beyond just lazy rich asshole, which is refreshing after that terrible rosa parks time traveling racist episode. Less social commentary please it's fucking boring. More wacky giant spider adventures. I also hope hotel man becomes president in a future episode, but that it's also not some hamfisted commentary on trump. It's going to be but i still hope they take it in an interesting and refreshing direction.
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Kurt Wagner - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 01:16:31 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.403904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403900
> I also hope hotel man becomes president in a future episode, but that it's also not some hamfisted commentary on trump.
They certainly will. They already went so far as to work Trump into a conversation with the guy and how he is running just because he hates Trump and is his business rival.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 10:20:50 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403919 Report Quick Reply
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I finally caught up on Westworld season 2. I mean I enjoy the show's acting especially from the likes of Anthony Hopkins and Jeffrey Wright and digesting the show's science fiction themes and philosophies as well as its action and its scenery. However, I felt like it was all over the place plot wise though and got me confused at some parts though thankfully, Wikipedia's episode synopses helps to fill in the gaps. Good season but not as good as season 1.

And the final scene felt like karma to me. Here you have William who spearheaded a project to implant human consciousness into hosts to achieve immortality by using his father in law James as his test subject and now he is presumably in James' position and Emily in William's.
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Jon Stewart - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 15:34:09 EST ID:2IEg5t5t No.403924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403919

I gave up on it when I gave the second season a try with its first episode. Would you recommend i give it another shot? I got the impression that the second season would have too many things going on at once.
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Jim Moriarty - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 06:18:29 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.403925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403919
There's a trend lately of shows having diminishing returns. Seems every show is falling victim to dwindling quality, and the "great shows (I'm sure some people don't agree but who cares) like Westworld are even more susceptible I think. I've found that recently, new shows with a self contained story in one season have been the only god tier new shows. Quarry, Barry, The Terror, all pure solid fucking gold. They don't have to worry about stringing you along and trying to keep people engaged for the sake of profit and getting renewed. With a self contained show they're free to pick a premise and explore it. They're not beholden to dozens of additional rules of modern tv and making it in that market. Most of those rules make the show much worse. The Walking Dead is the worst culprit at stringing you along and leaving you on shitty cliff hangers and using shitty gimmicks and plot devices specifically designed to get people to talk about it on social media. It feels very artificial and lame. And even Westworld had moments where it dragged and I was like "et tu brutus?" Anyways, moral is watch more self contained shows or shows that are constitutionally allowed to explore a premise and go all in with it. Too many are written by out of touch committees.
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Peter Jackson - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 06:58:42 EST ID:bBkd+2s1 No.403926 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403900
IDK, i think there was some kind of message being sent, and I feel I finally wrapped my brain around it after a couple days to digest. In America, hating Trump is the new "cool" thing, and to slam the Republican party as all assholes. Where as to Brits, all Americans are shitty, not just Republicans. This episode, I believe, was saying "Stop acting like hating Trump makes you some moral pioneer, you stupid Americunts". Also, I'm not a Trump fan either, but I believe the moral of the story was for me to get off my high-horse.
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Eric Wareheim - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 10:48:58 EST ID:2IEg5t5t No.403931 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403925

The terror was awesome, it stayed with me for days, it truly was terror and it was executed masterfully.
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Alec Hopkins - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 13:20:39 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.403933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been watching Black Lagoon recently. This show is a breath of fresh air after having seen a million shows either set in some fantasy universe or in Japan. The setting and characters are refreshingly cosmopolitan and the themes are darker. The plotlines can get pretty insane but it's always done in a believable and entertaining way. I just finished episode 7. The scene where Rock finally stands up to Revy was just fantastic on so many levels.
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Joel Coen - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 13:39:41 EST ID:wncpYoYm No.403934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403931
It was good, but I'm still scratching my head as to why they thought it needed a second season. Just seems like a bad idea to me.
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Peter Jackson - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 15:59:03 EST ID:bBkd+2s1 No.403942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403934
Isn't it gonna be like American Horror Story and do new stories every year though?
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Eric Wareheim - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 16:26:18 EST ID:2IEg5t5t No.403943 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403934
>>403942

I'll be double dog damned! Yes there will be another season apparently and yes it will be like that. I'm fine with this
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Henry Hill - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 17:00:15 EST ID:7f415ttP No.403946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403934
Second season takes place in Japanese internment camps in California in the 40s iirc
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Tommy Pickles - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 06:53:51 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.403963 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403953

welcome to heroes. starts off magical, slowly chips away at that initial feeling till its got you in a curb and stomping on your skull.


I have been watching the good place. its actually quite a comfy show. i keep forgetting how much i like ted danson.
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Donnie Darko - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 12:52:18 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.403967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403963
>welcome to heroes. starts off magical, slowly chips away at that initial feeling till its got you in a curb and stomping on your skull.

lol, most accurate description of heroes I've ever seen.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:02:55 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.403968 Report Quick Reply
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I watched The Night Comes For Us last night on Netflix. Similar to The Raid films, it's an Indonesian martial arts action thriller with Joe Taslim and Iko Uwais. The action and fight choreography was fucking great though the story could have been more three dimensional.

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Orel Puppington - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:52:03 EST ID:uQqHOFJD No.403969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Breaking Bad
I'm using this as comfy TV atm. Only watched it all the way through once so it's still nice and fresh. I kinda forgot how good it is. It's rare you'll get a 40 minute show with very little boring bits. Gonna start Saul when I'm done. I keep hearing it's the best show on TV.

>World War II in Colour
I enjoy a good war doc and it's getting me a bit more excited for Battlefield

>Crazy ex Girlfriend
I'm not a fan of the direction this show has gone. The first season and a half had me and my gf cracking up a lot. Very average since then but I will probably finish the latest season because I do like the characters

>the new Sabrina show
yeah not for me fam. I thought it looked good from the trailers and the girl is cute, but it's what I imagine Riverdale to be like.

>The Haunting of Hill House
I kinda zoned out 7 episodes in but my gf kept watching and she said shit got real and she even cried. I have heard a lot of good things from other people and review sites so I might actually got back one day and watch it.

>The Good Place
I was a bit worried the show had lost its spark, but I found the latest 2 episodes of season 3 to be a return to form.

>It's Always Sunny
that Charlie super bowl episode was meh and the clip show wasn't great, but I've enjoyed this season a lot so far. If Dennis does ever leave for good I can't imagine myself making an effort to find streams though.
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Doyle - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 23:57:20 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.403973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403969
>better call saul the best show on tv
>streaming in the current year
Get your shit together.
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Sarah Connor - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 06:50:36 EST ID:R+j+3r0Z No.403977 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403969
The superbowl Always Sunny is horrible, I couldnt bring myself to even watch Part 2 yet.
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Alex Kingston - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 14:43:52 EST ID:7WzdAVzF No.403983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403977
part 2 was way better than part 1.

also next week looks good, frank is gonna help mac learn to be gay or something.
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Danny Ocean - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 14:49:30 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.403984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The chilling adventures of sabrina

Decided to give this a whirl, and I was really trying to get into it and gave it a chance for up to 5 episodes, and I just cant get the hang out of it despite having so much potential, it dropped the ball in just about every other way.

>Salem doesnt talk
What a fucking let down..
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Sarah Connor - Fri, 02 Nov 2018 15:48:34 EST ID:R+j+3r0Z No.403985 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403983
Thanks for heads up, geuss I'll watch the 2nd superbowl ep.

Also for the ppl in the Always Sunny thread who thought the show had gone alt-right, this article proves they are clearly dem's and just mocking the right.
https://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/414575-its-always-sunny-in-philadelphia-cast-to-knock-on-doors-for-dem
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Bart Simpson - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 18:02:00 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.404008 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>403925
I just watched Barry. Holy shit what a hilarious show. Probably the funniest show I've ever seen come to think. It's pissing me off that I pay for HBO but I still can't watch Quarry without paying them more money. I'm just going to watch shitty anime instead in protest.
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Arthur Jensen - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 18:20:50 EST ID:4Fx2EGTg No.404009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That new Halloween movie sucked balls. It was fun catching all the directorial homages to the original and some to other horror movies, but besides that, I was largely bored. However, there was one epic death that made up for it where Michael literally turns a severed head into a fookin Jackolantern I was doubled over laughing for a minute there
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Carl Brutananadilewski - Sat, 03 Nov 2018 18:36:39 EST ID:tzieDYt5 No.404010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I saw Bohemian Rhapsody today and thought it was fucking excellent.
Unless you have a phenomenal sound system at home, you should absolutely see it in the theater if you're even considering seeing it.
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Dr. Hank McCoy - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 19:57:39 EST ID:4Fx2EGTg No.404036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dr Who sucked today, Chibnal eps are horrible lol. Never thought I'd miss Moffat
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 14:14:24 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.404053 Report Quick Reply
>This Is Us s03e05 & 6 - Toby & Kamsahamnida

Good episodes coming off of a strong episode about Vietnam and I actually am compelled by more than one storyline on this show for once with Toby's battle with depression, Kevin digging into his father's past in Vietnam and Randall running for city councilman. Don't really care about Kate though.

>>403924
Try to watch the second episode and see if you'd want to continue. I pushed through watching the rest of the season after watching the first two when they came out but it was slow and not something everyone would want to do. I was looking at the season 2 thread in Wayback Machine and one poster talked about binging both seasons back to back and it seems like binging seems is a more conducive way of watching a complex show like Westworld.

>I got the impression that the second season would have too many things going on at once.

Yeah I felt the same way, more so than the first season.

>>403933
I remember asking in an anime general about animes like what you described and the first one that was recommended to me was Black Lagoon. Not really into anime but I suppose it's a good start.

>>404008
I'd go out of your way to watch Quarry. It sucks it ended up getting canceled but for a one season show it's absolutely worth it. I definitely need to watch Barry though.
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G'Quan - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 02:04:44 EST ID:jlzVkYIO No.404067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404008
I will UL if for you if you want. Quarry is great.
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Mothra - Wed, 07 Nov 2018 17:16:15 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched a Netflix movie called The Apostle starring the dude from Legion. It was actually a pretty interesting movie. It wasn't what I was expecting at all. Overall, it is a really well done movie all around. Acting, cinematography, etc all stellar. It's just in a kinda weird niche of horror and the plot is a bit strange. I'm still trying to figure out if it was just straight up weird or if it was symbolic. Both I guess.
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Natalie Portman - Fri, 09 Nov 2018 06:41:33 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Finally finished Bates Motel. I really enjoyed when the show started overlapping with the original movie and seeing the different choices the showrunners made. It's really hard to pull of Norman Bates and I give Freddie Highmore a ton of credit along with everyone else involved. I just hope he doesn't get typecast as a psycho now. The ending and the whole final season was pretty satisfying and it's pretty amazing that it managed to make the original movie look extremely tame in comparison. It got very dark there lol.
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Logan Howlett - Fri, 09 Nov 2018 07:49:52 EST ID:TsoVMIVl No.404140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Patriot season 2 babey!!!
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Happy Gilmore - Fri, 09 Nov 2018 17:01:48 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.404148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404140

Oh wow is that John Locke? definitely going to check out Patriot.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 09 Nov 2018 19:27:15 EST ID:sUFFZc/9 No.404151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404138
I still need to get around to watching the final season but yeah Freedie Highmore was a great choice to play Norman.

>I just hope he doesn’t get typecast as a psycho now

Lol he’s an autistic doctor now
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Joffrey Baratheon - Sat, 10 Nov 2018 07:55:19 EST ID:TsoVMIVl No.404163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404148

I highly recommend it. Be sure to report back if you got the time, i am confused as to why more people don't watch it.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 10 Nov 2018 10:47:02 EST ID:+YleVUqR No.404167 Report Quick Reply
>>404163
Cause it’s on Amazon. I ask myself the same thing about The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
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Cassiopeia - Sat, 10 Nov 2018 12:49:57 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.404168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404163
I just watched the pilot. All the Americans are stupid, evil, and wildly incompetent. If I wanted to see that I could just turn on the news.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 10 Nov 2018 13:38:42 EST ID:+YleVUqR No.404170 Report Quick Reply
>>404169
It’s deleted now
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Eddard Stark - Sun, 11 Nov 2018 14:21:24 EST ID:TsoVMIVl No.404199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Last episode of "Kidding" was alright. They were clearly building for season two though, can't wait for season two.
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Francois Truffant - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 01:41:15 EST ID:kpL3kckf No.404205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404199
How is that show overall?
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Syndey Bristow - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 09:00:05 EST ID:ATC7eVFc No.404210 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404199
Jim's starting to look like an old lesbian
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Gob Bluth - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 14:31:22 EST ID:FS0gTFvP No.404214 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Him Carrey is a pure soul. It's kinda appropriate that he plays a kids show star. I need to watch that show.
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River Song - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 15:12:55 EST ID:7WzdAVzF No.404215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404210
he acts like one irl
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KZazEM8cgt0 - Tue, 13 Nov 2018 07:03:02 EST ID:p9hyCjc+ No.404236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watching new She-ra (2018)
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 09:20:29 EST ID:qDZXDIgW No.404269 Report Quick Reply
Watched Life of the Party, Ocean's 8, Keeping Up With The Joneses and Inside Out on the plane to and from Seattle over the holiday weekend.
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Danny Boyle - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:48:15 EST ID:U7KDmJ+m No.404282 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404236
Man they really looks much better than I expected it, and I wasn't even one of the spergs that hated the initial designs though I sorta understand the initial suspicions

I keep hearing it be compared to Steven Universe, but I have a feeling that's just because LESBIANS and not anything else. Not that I think Steven Universe is bad, but it's annoying in the same way people describe any game that is remotely difficult to Dark Souls.
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Dean Winchester - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 17:58:49 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.404283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404282
Steven Universe is the Dark Souls of cartoons
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Alan Rickman - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 20:44:36 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.404285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404283
Pretty sure that Berserk is the Dark Souls of cartoons.
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Seth Cohen - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 21:11:38 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.404286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404285
it's the dark souls of Chinese cartoons
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Dr. Wongburger - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 21:52:49 EST ID:lUU7LqNk No.404288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404286
Nah, you're thinking of goblin slayer.
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Dipper Pines - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 02:02:02 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
5/8 of the episodes of the new season of Castlevania were just a bunch of talking. That was very disappointing. The first season felt so much different and above all the pitfalls that most anime falls into. And then in season 2 they waltz right into them all.
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Party Pat - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 08:35:24 EST ID:TDNliMgG No.404302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404292
>waaa i dontl like heavy dialogue
>i dont like it because not even action

part of great writing is introducing new characters along with backstories. if you like non-sensical hack n slash you watch old school anime. And in no way did it fall into the pitfalls of anime, not yet at least.
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Itchy and Scratchy - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:51:21 EST ID:oGHcvpPA No.404309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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If you're interested in North Korea, you gotta check out the series called "inside north koreas dynasty" if you have not already.

Also my bad about double post.
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Seth Cohen - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 15:35:53 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.404317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404288
no
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James Cameron - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 04:19:28 EST ID:5FZMT8cW No.404336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This may be hands down one of the worst shows I've ever watched, but it's reminding me that I one day need to watch the entirety of The Larry Sanders Show.
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Francis Ford Coppola - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 05:55:19 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404347 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Called out sick and binged Forever.

It feels like a more concise existential mashup between The Leftovers & A Ghost Story. Also it's 2/3rds of Master of None without the twee crap and 1/2 the jokes.

>>404336
Totally going to watch off this recommendation.
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David Chase - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 14:01:58 EST ID:lUU7LqNk No.404356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyone see the new Coen brothers film yet? I'm going to watch it sometime this weekend
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John Locke - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 14:14:19 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404356
I'm planning on watching it tonight. Gonna be a cozy night.
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NOV - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 19:53:54 EST ID:YOYYZOkB No.404365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bohemian Rhapsody
Watching the hour-long music video (not documentary) of Freddie Mercury
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RajlWbY7uQ
haha
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Err - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 20:08:41 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.404369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I work at a movie theater and because of this I never want to see, hear, or smell that name ever again. If I have to hear supersonic man one more fucking time I will cut off my dick and live in Buddhist monastery the rest of my life

Also no matter how hard I try all I see is Elliot from Mr Robot.
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Heisenberg - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 20:46:39 EST ID:5FZMT8cW No.404370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404347
Meant to ask you this last night. Were you referring to Nightcap or The Larry Sanders Show?
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Austin Powers - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 11:56:58 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404401 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404370
Nightcap. I'm a masochist and love crap.

Should probably do a rewatch of The Larry Sanders Show though.
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Heisenberg - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 13:16:41 EST ID:5FZMT8cW No.404403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404401
Godspeed to you then. Admittedly I went into it blind and optimistic, but that optimism fell before I even got to the intro. I lasted three episodes.
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Warwick Davis - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 13:56:45 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404405 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was great. Like Jay Bauman said, it's a sampler platter of everything that makes the Coen Brothers special. It was a lot of fun. The only downside is that by the end it felt moreish. I wish they had made this into a series with 10 episodes.
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Dana Scully - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:06:30 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.404447 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The MST3K Turkey Day Marathon. Seeing as it's on MST3K's Pluto TV channel I didn't think it deserved its own thread.
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Douglas Quaid - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:23:07 EST ID:lUU7LqNk No.404449 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404447
Never heard of that site but they are streaming on youtube and twitch as well
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Dana Scully - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:30:25 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.404451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404449

Not a site. You need a Roku box.
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Lauren Faust - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 12:36:58 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also watching. I wasn't aware there's a new season dropping on Thanksgiving. Dope.
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Conky - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 18:23:54 EST ID:H5ZOB65R No.404462 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Doctor Who - Kablamazon
Good episode but the end was kind of a cop-out, as if Jeff Bezos would ever improve employee conditions just because some people died and a terrorist almost murdered some customers.
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Stanley Kubrick - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:51:20 EST ID:h6PZxEoz No.404467 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404462
am I the only one who got weirded out when the janitor guy was all the workers are being exploited so we need to fight to regain control over the system and the doctor was all no, the system is fine, if anything the system needs even more blind faith, the problem is bad people like you trashing it, you're the only problem, shut up
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Hayao Miyazaki - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 00:59:37 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404471 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404467
And what fucking galaxy only has 20k humans but a huge delivery service staffed by half the galaxy's human population and no other lifeforms mentioned? They mentioned it several times and it just doesn't make sense. 20k people colonized a galaxy just to make a warehouse for an IG USPS and there are no other jobs except at this one location?
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Janitor - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 16:48:30 EST ID:H5ZOB65R No.404489 Report Quick Reply
>>404467
Yeah, some typical BBC "pay your TV license fees" propaganda crap.

Also, the rumor mill says that Jodie Whitaker and Chris Chibnall are both out after next season.
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Hayao Miyazaki - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:55:37 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404490 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404489
But that means we have to endure another full season.
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Dr. Jonathan Osterman - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 19:07:36 EST ID:eHcrAOLK No.404491 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I tried watching this earlier, but quit after ten or fifteen minutes. It's literally just a vegan propaganda documentary that tries to scare people away from eating meat. Bottom line: Eat less protein (red meat especially) and try to maintain a balanced diet. You'll be alright.
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Trunk Slamchest - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 22:48:03 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404492 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Only a couple episodes in but I"m really digging the new season of Narcos.

Also, Oliver Stone's Untold History of the US is a great show.
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Jean-Baptiste Emanual Zorg - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 05:30:41 EST ID:lz0Qpc2O No.404498 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404491
>Eat less protein

if anything, people should be eating more protein, not less. it doesn't have to come from meat, although it is the easiest and tastiest source.
it always boggles my mind how vegetarians/vegans/"healthy" people can be so obsessive with getting their fucking minerals and magnesium and vitamins and all the other micronutrients while neglecting protein AKA the actual building blocks of your fucking body. some also like to minimize fat intake to an unhealthy level.

not saying your average burger eating average joe is doing well either. people in general are just chronically under their recommended daily protein intake.
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Xavier - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 07:15:02 EST ID:kWaRrCU/ No.404503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404498
Unless you're an athlete or working out you really don't need that much protein. Anywhere between 60-100 is fine for the average male.
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Dr. Jonathan Osterman - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 07:41:33 EST ID:eHcrAOLK No.404504 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404503

Yeah, that is what I meant.
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Trunk Slamchest - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 16:02:38 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404503
60 to 100 isn't a small number though. That's like 4 or 5 chicken breasts and most people don't get that much and a lot of vegetarians don't even come close.
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Butt-head - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 19:49:32 EST ID:k7W4AVEw No.404511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404508
American food is fucked. It seems like you have to specifically seek out protein sources and pay premium. Most food is fucking empty. Especially for somebody like me with an extremely high metabolism who needs a lot of calories. If I don't want to eat fast food or potato chips 24/7 it's hard to get carbs. Seriously "Amerifats" must exclusively eat fast food or something because everything in the grocery store is "low calories". Fucking fatties are dictating the nutritional standards for everyone else. It's now abnormal to be healthy or something. Now they've thrown the baby out with the bathwater because you can't even get fucking PROTEIN without jumping through hoops /rant
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Eomer - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 21:38:43 EST ID:ujQbjIi4 No.404512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404511
lol wut. What a bunch of crap lol it's really easy to eat well as long as you have access to fresh produce and know what contains what. I've eaten mostly vegetables my whole life and have no trouble getting enough protein and packing on muscle when bulking.

nb because insanely off topic
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Rob Huebel - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 22:12:30 EST ID:0OsBYf1Q No.404513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Season 8 of Archer is so good

I've heard some people didn't like it but I fucking love hard-drinking film noir shit so I'm all over this. Krieger as an ex-Nazi cyborg doctor is fantastic.

I only wish I had something to drink while watching this but I'm shit broke and don't feel like going shoplifting tonight. RIP
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Tom Cruise - Wed, 21 Nov 2018 13:35:11 EST ID:tzSnJ/yB No.404521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404511
Lol. No. I thought the people on the food board were retarded, but this takes the Cake.
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Saul Goodman - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 03:44:02 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I found a really dope hidden gem on Netflix today called Extraordinary Tales. It's an anthology movie with animated renditions of Edgar Allen Poe stories, with some really badass narrators. Narrators include Bella Lugosi (must have been some really old recording of The Telltale Heart that he did, surprisingly decent quality), Guillermo Del Toro (Pit and the Pendulum) and Christopher Lee (Fall of the House of Usher). They did The Fall of the House of Usher, The Pit and the Pendulum, The Telltale Heart and The Masque of the Red Death. The art direction is great, pic related.
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Maggie Blinco - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 04:04:44 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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1/3 of the way through The Gauntlet and it's better than The Return. The jokes aren't as rapid fire as they were last season and the movies I've seen so far are great choices (Mac & Me and Atlantic Rim).
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Ice King - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 04:26:51 EST ID:KRzeHvMd No.404552 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404549
>jokes aren't as rapid fire

Honestly that was one of my only gripes from the last season. Still funny as shit, but sometimes bad movies need a little room to breathe, and just be unintentionally funny on their own merits for a few minutes.
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Tina Majorino - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 12:57:04 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.404556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404549
>Atlantic Rim
Riffing on fuckin Asylum movies is incredibly lazy and not at all in the spirit of the show imo
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Bruce Campbell - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 16:09:35 EST ID:T+ydK6i+ No.404564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404556
I was thinking this, but kept it to myself since I still haven't seen any of the new shit. I just don't think they should have revived it, and if they had to, then stick to the fucking format. Low budget scifi or horror, weird foreign stuff and cheesy 50's & 60's movies.
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Keira Knightley - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 16:40:57 EST ID:lUU7LqNk No.404567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404564
I don't get why it's such a sacred cow for some people, it feels like the same old shit to me.
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Señor Chang - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 21:21:22 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404571 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404564
Nothing about the format has changed. You've obviously not seen the new season. It's just more of the same, and it's all still good. Reptilicus is the best of the previous season, in case you ever feel like informing yourself before making judgements.
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Señor Chang - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 21:26:16 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched The Third Man (1959)

Really beautiful black and white movie. Can't overstate how gorgeous it is. The art direction, cinematography and everything is so skillful and creates an awesome atmosphere and feel of post WW2 Vienna. The acting was all excellent. Great slow burn. It at times reminded me of Vertigo which is probably my favorite movie from that era, so that's high praise.
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Gul Dukat - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 02:45:05 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404556
Yes and no. Asylum is easy pickings on the surface, but this movie especially is extra retarded. There's this whole subplot involving a blatant blacked stallion (deliberate; no wordfilter) love triangle. By extension it's funny because one of the multiple rewrites of the screenplay was written by an incel.
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Arya Stark - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 13:27:23 EST ID:Xg5WCHaT No.404575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404571
>You've obviously not seen the new season.
Was it obvious because I very clearly said it?
>Nothing about the format has changed.
I'll take your word for it, but in case you hadn't noticed I was replying to someone about them riffing an Asylum movie. Asylum movies are goofy Robert Cop level trend chasing mockbuster farce movies, and are not made to be taken seriously. That's not what MST3K has ever done because if the movie isn't taking itself seriously then it's no fun to riff. So perhaps you can understand the confusion.
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Arya Stark - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 13:28:38 EST ID:Xg5WCHaT No.404576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404575
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Riley Freeman - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 18:29:11 EST ID:zx1q0Nl5 No.404579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404576
Ready for some ROBERT COP?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O7rIMJVNjY
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Jane Badler - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 19:58:38 EST ID:5FZMT8cW No.404581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Halfway through the first episode of Studio 60 and I'm on the fence about this. I get that the beginning was a reference to the rant from the movie Network, but something about it just made me go "yikes." Apparently, people like to argue about this show's quality vs. 30 Rock's quality.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 21:16:16 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've been watching the The Mist tv adaptation. I've avoided it for quite a while because I saw pretty bad ratings. Even though the movie is top 5 horror movies of all time for me. But this isn't nearly as bad as critics seem to think. It's slightly schlocky, but it's fun. And the characters are decent. It may pale in comparison to the original movie, but it's entertaining. The only thing that has been really off putting for me so far is that the cop character in the show looks like a discount Thomas Jane. But he's not a bad actor.
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James Quall - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 21:27:22 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404583
Most of the negative reactions came from it not being an adaptation of the movie and not its own thing. It had some neat ideas but didn't have enough plot to warrant 10 episodes. 6-8 would have been perfect.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 04:25:17 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404584
Yeah I could see that. I'm about halfway through the season and I haven't noticed it running out of ideas yet per se but I have noticed it relying on quite a few cliches. There have been 3 or 4 moments so far when I knew exactly what someone was about to say because I could wee that trite character development moment coming from a mile away. But that isn't nearly enough to make it bad. But I could see why a critic might hang on that and give it a low rating, especially if they're married to the movie or not a big fan of this kind of horror type stuff.
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EZLIVING - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 00:13:17 EST ID:/99kdbvN No.404609 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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yooo Im watching doctor who (2011)
ep:kerblam so good so far I like the setting as opposed to the last episode punjabi devils?
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Roberto Rossellini - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 01:36:33 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404609
>Doctor Who (2011)
>(2011)
wut
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Rasslion - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 02:45:16 EST ID:FtkBUsrc No.404612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404611
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 14:07:03 EST ID:+9XKnoZR No.404617 Report Quick Reply
Rewatching Parks and Rec, this show never gets old. I also watched the first episode of season 2 of Room 104, that was a really creepy and awkward episode but the ending was the icing on the cake.

>>404581
It's an Aaron Sorkin show, what do you expect? Studio 60 had a good cast but you can only do so many walk and talk and "character gives a long passionate monologue" scenes that Sorkin likes to use. Sports Night was alright though.
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Kara Thrace - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 14:44:52 EST ID:5FZMT8cW No.404620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404617
I have very little familiarity with Sorkin's work. I gave Sports Night a try when FXX played reruns of it, but the laugh track annoyed me more than it should've.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 16:32:32 EST ID:Z626XW+9 No.404624 Report Quick Reply
>>404620
They eventually took out the laugh track out during the course of season 1 but a comedy like that nowadays probably would have survived on cable or on a streaming service.
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EZLIVING - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 18:57:33 EST ID:63KlPqE8 No.404626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404611
That's when this current story arc started I believe, it's on like season 8.
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Squidward Tentacles - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 20:02:40 EST ID:78+hMuOl No.404628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yesterday's Doctor Who was just okay. IDK this season is just off, feels like the budget was slashed and the characters have to spend way more time twidling their thumbs than usual. As with Capaldi under Moffat, we have a cool Doctor here suffering under bad writing
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Tuck Pendleton - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 00:26:14 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404626
New Who started in 05 and is on its 11th season. Doctor Who(2011) doesn't make sense in any context and I'm not even a big Who fan.
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Dante Hicks - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 01:20:57 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This show is far better than I expected it to be. It's actually pretty decent and entertaining.
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Tuck Pendleton - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 03:36:41 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404632
It kind of gets worse as it goes alone IMO especially in later seasons. I also hate the main character. She is clearly in the wrong by not letting the otherschange their dystopian future and even recognizes it at some point and doesn't care just because of her kid.
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Clark Kent - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 10:39:27 EST ID:Ug6wxR/P No.404675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404632
>>404636

Gotta agree. It's decent and I like the tech and time travel hijinks but the characters are pretty ehhh. It had potential to become a cult classic but kind of dropped the ball at some point. Could have benefited from focusing on the sci-fi more than being a cop show with soap opera levels of drama. I'm also guessing that they had no plan to wrap up the story at any point and it suffers from that.
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Ali G - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 16:01:05 EST ID:qwlz/Wqe No.404684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404632
Canada loves its SciFi.

I just wish they were making decent shit like Defiance instead of absolutely cheap shit where they transparently dress up bits of Vancouver and pretend it's a goddamn alien spaceship. Fuck me, Dark Matter was shit. Syfy channel can't be trusted to run a production on its own. It has to be strongarmed in collaboration to produce something decent.

I would have been super pumped to see Dark Matter sold off to MGM where it would have had a chance to flourish.

Defiance still looked like shit but the cast was really fucking good. The big picture plot sucked a fat one but all the micro plot stuff carried the show. Deadwood x Farscape.
And Syfy cancelled Defiance so they could pick up an order with Alcon Enterntainment for The Expanse, a trade I would make any fucking day even though it's a shame Defiance was cancelled.

OF COURSE WHAT DID THEY DO ONCE THEY FINALLY HAD THEIR GOLDEN GOOSE? THEY FUCKING CANCELED IT TOO.

Fucking die in a fire Syfy. leave a gap in the marketplace and maybe Canada's Space channel will expand to fill the void and save us all.

I live in Maine and I fucking love that I get Space channel. Good on you, Canuckistan.
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Ali G - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 16:15:24 EST ID:qwlz/Wqe No.404685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404632
The breakthrough of Continuum is setting the show in Vancouver when they were always gonna film it in Vancouver.

Vancouver has never been so convincing. Why is everyone so afraid to let Vancouver be Vancouver? It's a fine place, but almost never plays itself in TV or Movies. Not cool.
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Katniss Everdeen - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 19:20:26 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404675
Yeah I can feel it starting to get too comfortable in the police procedural aspects. Seems a bit lazy to rely on something that's been done thousands of times instead of focusing on what's actually creative about the show.

It's a real shame that Syfy has managed to start so many great shows but they never seem to have what they need to finish them or just keep them going.
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Dr. Raymond Stantz - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 00:36:59 EST ID:XO6PdjbP No.404705 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404687
>It's a real shame that Syfy has managed to start so many great shows

It used to be the opposite. They used to pick up all the Sci-fi stuff Showtime and MGM etc. used to put out, run it through its apex and subsequently into the ground.

You can see the whole arc with Stargate. They ran SG-1 through its peak and about 3 miles into the ground.
They ran Atlantis through its peak and hit the magic point of equilibrium where they didn't ditch it during it's early weak seasons or run it into the ground. They canceled Atlantis at just about the correct time.
Then they started Stargate Universe and canceled it just when it started to get good. Season 3 would have been good. Season 5 would have been its peak, and it would have tapered off around Season 7 which would have been the correct time to conclude it as a complete series.
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Danny DeVito - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 03:30:21 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404706 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404705
They also cancelled Caprica and The Expanse. Two amazing shows.
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Anton Chigurh - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 21:20:12 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been watching Frontier. It's pretty good. But for some reason, seeing Jason Mamoa do badass shit in the woods just keeps reminding me of Stargate Atlantis lol. It's like they found some kind of time travel device and they're stuck in North American frontier times.

The show is definitely fun and the setting is great and pretty interesting. The acting is good but with moments that are too hammy or just crappy but it doesn't detract from the show very much. It's definitely above average netflix fare.
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Ozymandias - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 22:20:18 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404727 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Bodied
>Adam, a graduate student who becomes a competitive battle rapper after becoming immersed in the scene while working on his graduate thesis on the subject.

An Eminem-produced satire about the rap battle scene and overly politically correct academia. Trigger warning: this movie is stupidly offensive and doesn't pull any punches. I don't think I've have more fun than this movie all year.
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Jaime Sommers - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 05:06:03 EST ID:Spo7/yJL No.404730 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404727
i heard that word "bodied" for the first time like a year ago.. it means "owning" someone?
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Dawn Summers - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 05:55:31 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.404731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404730

yeah its a term used in hip hop to denote "murdering" someone's efforts/career. 50 cent bodies Ja Rule as an example.

Its usage is based in gangster lingo and filtered into hip hop through their usage of murderous metaphors ie. "i'll murder your whole crew and anybody who steps to" doesnt mean they actually intend to murder someone its just that they will ruin your entire groups careers and anybody else who challenges them.

I hope that helps :)
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Keanu Reeves - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 18:32:25 EST ID:gWP2VN8S No.404737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404736
In what?
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Warwick Davis - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 19:37:53 EST ID:7f415ttP No.404738 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404736
Your youtube video sucks
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Benecio del Toro - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 21:57:06 EST ID:Spo7/yJL No.404739 Ignore Report Quick Reply
watching Wings (tv show) tbqh
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 23:24:23 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.404741 Report Quick Reply
Saw Ralph Breaks The Internet. It was pretty good though I dunno if it was just as good as the first one. Much like Zootopia, I thought they did a good job with the message it was trying to convey in a positive yet not so heavy handed way about the dark side of the internet. And I gotta say that scene with Vanellope and the Disney princesses was way funnier than the trailer made it out to be especially for all the meta humor about the princesses themselves.

I also watched episodes 2-4 of Room 104 season 2. Dunno if anyone else watches it on here but it's been awesome.

>>404684
>I live in Maine and I fucking love that I get Space channel. Good on you, Canuckistan.

Space did co-produce Orphan Black with BBC America instead of with Syfy and it ended up being a lot better off for it.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 02-12-2018 23:40:38
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Ken Loach - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 23:40:03 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched the first two eps of Nightflyers, based on the sci-fi series by GRRM, not bad. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the series.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 00:34:52 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.404750 Report Quick Reply
>>404742
It's Syfy so you might as well give it a wait and see approach.
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Ken Loach - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 00:42:56 EST ID:8C777dFi No.404751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404750
Its partnered with netflix and a bunch of other companies and so far it looks really good. I haven't read the novella or short stories though.
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Lyanna Stark - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 04:34:18 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404756
Sure. I just enjoy shit talking and banter no matter the medium, as long as it's good. Subjectivity aside, it's a movie.
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Bold Bigflank - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 21:17:43 EST ID:SjMfKbLy No.404802 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I had 2 free Redbox rentals so I just got done with Mission Impossible: Fallout. I really liked it, thought the action was really well done. I love the series in general but I think this was one of the best in the series. Would recommend.
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Callie Maggotbone - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 02:31:36 EST ID:/JGnzpEf No.404809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Conversation, 1974, Francis Ford Coppola.
Googled something like "movies like sneakers" because I fucking love Sneakers, not even looking for the hacking/social engineering part of it. But the music, characters, I dunno, really great movie.
So The Conversation comes up and I throw it on because I don't like to know too much about what I watch before hand.
About a quarter in. So far it's excellent, follows a dude who does sleuthy spy-like stuff, looking forward to getting back to it.
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Steve Buscemi - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 13:40:35 EST ID:7XUb1Cji No.404820 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404809
That's a pretty good movie, kinda trippy though
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Bold Bigflank - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 18:05:20 EST ID:SjMfKbLy No.404824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404802
watched my other free rental. I chose 'The Nun' as I've really wanted to see it since the trailers had everyone hyped up.

Movie sucked tho, which is sad because I love the Conjuring movies. Some good jump scares so if you are watching with your gf or something it would be funny to see them get scared but the movie itself just failed to suck me in.
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Susan Ivanova - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 22:27:01 EST ID:xgmnUYsg No.404834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404824
That nun costume is amazing.
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Dr. Virjay - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 19:33:34 EST ID:7f415ttP No.404939 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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RLM recently recommended this movie and HOLY FUCK they were right, what a ride. Possibly the best serial killer movie ever besides The Silence of the Lambs, really well acted and shot and Matt McDermott is fucking terrifying, 10/10 I really love serial killer horrors and I don't think I had a single problem with anything in this film; story, characters, acting, music (or lack therof), cinematography, editing, it was all perfect, everyone should check it out!
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Toby Whithouse - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 19:59:21 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.404940 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404880
Didn't sound interesting until I looked it up and saw it's by the It Follows dude. Interest piqued.
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Spike Jones - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 22:22:13 EST ID:y9Rn+7qF No.404941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just binged Maniac.

I watch a lot of shows, so I tend to be generous with my appraisals because I'm mostly just happy to watch something, even if it's mediocre/good on a scale of horrible to great. I don't know if that makes sense.

Anyhow Maniac was fun as hell. Didn't have to bring in any "thank you for helping me avoid reality" enthusiasm, it was the kind of show I never really expect to see.
I'd say it's something like, a pulpy Eternal Sunshine, with hints of PKD and Bong Joon-ho (I have only seen Snowpiercer so this could be a mischaracterization). I wouldn't say it's derivative of any of that though, it has a very unique and charming voice.
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Ludacris - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 22:38:35 EST ID:ZlAQ5SXt No.404942 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404939
thanks for the heads up dude haven't heard of this. Probably going to watch this.

I was thinking about giving the tv Fargo a try after seeing Bad Santa on TV, billy bob thorton is a fucking national treasure. I have misgivings cause I get a sense that the show will be a cringy attempt at recreating the atmosphere of the Coen brothers movie, but it keeps getting good reviews so I was close to biting the bullet the other night.

The Christmas Tree 1993, a holiday cartoon special that goes from cringe, to so-bad-its-good, to absurd, to almost haunting. Watched it a few years ago and it fucked with my brane.
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Pack Blowfist - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 23:22:32 EST ID:vnd6uMxk No.404944 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404880
Holy fuck that was an amazing film.

WHAT IS THE FUCKING PARROT SAYING
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Debbie DuPree - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 19:26:45 EST ID:AqrqX7sk No.404952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Doctor Who was again underwhelming. Chibnall sucks, never thought I'd miss Moffat. Only good thing about this season was the switch-up in the Companion structure.
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Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 01:32:24 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.404967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404952

Finally got around to finishing off better call saul (had to stop watching it due to uni work). What a fucking brilliant season! so much to unpack. Top tier television foe-shoë

I actually cant wait for it to end so i can watch breaking bad again after it.

Ive also been watching the first season of Clique a BBC show about university girls who get caught up in some shit, basically a mystery/thriller type deal, Really glad i picked it up, it has been a fun ride so far with twists and turns.

I need more drama and mystery type shows though that arent procedural, as much as i like law and order i much rather series arcs or story arcs that go over a few episodes.
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Dr. Krieger - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 01:41:50 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404968 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>404967
Maybe you should check out Hannibal if you haven't seen it. That show had some of the best character arcs I've ever seen.
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Dr. Krieger - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 01:45:13 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.404969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Been watching the new Netflix special series that Dave Attell and Jeff Ross put out recently called Bumping Mics. They have a duo thing going and riff off of each other. It's great. I was expecting it to be pretty funny because these guys are both in my top 10 comics, but it's far better than I was even expecting. They've got an awesome chemistry and they get great guest comics up on the stage.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 00:44:25 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.405015 Report Quick Reply
>>404967
Definitely watch Rectify. Still need to finish BCS season 4.
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Lalla Ward - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 07:17:37 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.405054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Happy! is amazing. Best comedy/action show I've seen in a long time. Awesome fight scenes. Honestly it beats the shit out of Preacher's fight scenes which is really the only thing I have to compare it to. And the comedy as well makes Preacher look like shit in comparison. After watching this and getting so many awesome kills and many more genuine laughs, I wonder why I've even wasted my time watching Preacher.

It's like they took Trevor from GTAV and made a show about him. It's great.
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Saul Tigh - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 12:34:04 EST ID:7f415ttP No.405057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405054
Youre late to the party
Did it get released on Netflix or something?
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Leon Black - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 20:41:21 EST ID:SjMfKbLy No.405066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405057
yes
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Lalla Ward - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:30:39 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.405074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405057
Yeah, just in time for Chrimbus.
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Theora Jones - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 22:27:01 EST ID:AvNvwDUe No.405075 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405054
Happy! is not amazing, but it is pretty damn enjoyable. The director of Crank really picked the right source material for this one, and the right actors.
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Louise Jameson - Thu, 13 Dec 2018 23:44:42 EST ID:DXU9XiwX No.405076 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm five episodes into Doctor Who series 11 and I'm done with it. It's not fever dream bad like the last series, which I also stopped watching in the middle, but I'm getting a strong Star Trek Voyager vibe off of it. Time to pack it in forever maybe.
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Kim Kelly - Fri, 14 Dec 2018 17:40:33 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405076

I just watched the 2013 movie depicting the beginning of dr who and matt smith shows up at one stage in the movie and it made me realise i have not seen any epsidoes from the latest season yet.

I might give them a DL and see how far i can go. but yeah, im not feeling very excited, so i might not, series fatigue is really setting in.
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Davros - Fri, 14 Dec 2018 23:29:03 EST ID:T9nW9UEX No.405090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405084
Chibnall & Whitaker DR WHO is bland & dull; you're missing nothing.
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Rachael - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 03:28:53 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.405096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>The House That Jack Built
>The story follows Jack, a highly intelligent serial killer, over the course of 12 years and depicts the murders that truly develop Jack as a serial killer.

So I saw the Rated R version that was released on Amazon and I liked it. Lars von Trier is a love em or hate em director. I enjoyed the movie and although it wasn't portrayed as a comedy, I found myself laughing a lot during it. If you're expecting Lars von Trier's take on Dexter you'll be sadly disappointed, it's closer to Hannibal with its artistic killers. The unrated director's cut isn't out yet but there are plans to release it in the future. The director's cut was shown at Cannes (thought he was banned tho) and one day last month in select theaters in the US. The movie got kind of a crap review but I believe some people just have it in for von Trier and his deliberate style. Having talked to someone who saw the original version, he couldn't really say what would've been cut out.
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Mark Lilly - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 20:43:54 EST ID:yXzZUF4P No.405114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just binge watched The House That Jack Built and Nymphomaniac, both parts.

The House That Jack Built was okay-ish, I didn't like the protagonist at all and his actions were disgusting. I'm either getting soft or more moral. But anyway the movie didn't strike me as anything special, it was just a typical long Trier jerk off fest.

Nymphomaniac was probably the worst movie I've ever watched, I've read so much controversy and posters and stills I expected something really controversial, not a 4 hour long bore fest about some whore and an old man talking. And the ending, why oh why.
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Hodor - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 17:43:57 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.405129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just marathoned the entire first season of Pine Gap. All I can say is wow. This was an amazing show, probably the best I've seen all year. What an interesting setting and plot. It keeps you guessing the entire way.
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John Belushi - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 07:39:19 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.405155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been watching altered carbon. It's basically ghost in the shell with mentats, and I love it.
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Kyle Broflovksi - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 10:48:43 EST ID:ICWRlUfU No.405156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405090
>Chibnall & Whitaker DR WHO is bland & dull; you're missing nothing.

Hi, I'm Alan Cumming and if you besmirch my good name like this again I'll fuck you til you love me, faggot.
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Crunch Buttsteak - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 16:18:15 EST ID:MtzsiSJT No.405160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405096
I was reading online that his movie was only allowed to be shown at a sub-showing of Cannes, but not in any category that might win the palme d'or so as to avoid a similar fiasco to what happened when Antichrist was shown at Cannes.
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Kaylee Frye - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 18:46:42 EST ID:OgnFfK8n No.405164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405084
Your post just made me realize I never saw Capaldi's last season lol.

I watched Twice Upon a Time which was pretty cool and a nice end for both Capaldi and Moffat, but now I'm not sure if I should go back and watch that season which I never even heard much buzz about, or continue onto the new season that everyone seems to hate.
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Carlton Banks - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 19:17:20 EST ID:jkXqG4L3 No.405166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405164
Capaldis final season felt like fanfiction garbage with the Doctor rehabilitating the Master from her evil ways and traveling with her as a companion. If you want to watch Moffat shit all over fans one last time, it's at least a ride.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 21:15:12 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.405168 Report Quick Reply
>>405090
They were better on Broadchurch anyways. Still need to watch the final season of that.
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Sergio Leone - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 01:31:29 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405164

the last capaldi season was okay, i quite liked some of the episodes but i think im very fatigued over current dr who. Like even though i said that thing about tihnking about giving them a download i cant bring myself to it. i need a good break from it and all the thoughts around it.
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Joss Whedon - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 09:02:12 EST ID:sH3jMtX2 No.405172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405164
Waaah I just wish you spoke english or I spoke german. I would only kill you in self defense waaah.

>Lass mich einfach hier
>Bitte Gehe

Now class, let's see if you can figure out what that means without google translate.
I know you might stumble on 'einfach' BUT I'M 100% CERTAIN YOU KNOW BITTE GEHE MEANS PLEASE GO. For fucks sake.
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Roy Batty - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 09:44:26 EST ID:6Jm6iItZ No.405175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405164
>the new season that everyone seems to hate
?
It's still Doctor Who.
Like, veritably recognizably so.
It moralizes a lil more but "be nice" isn't anything new.
>>405166
>bad guys should never not be bad >:\
He's a DOCTOR
He HEEEEEEEALS
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Andrew Melon - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 10:30:11 EST ID:bU0w0/PY No.405176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405175
There are good episodes in the new series of Doctor Who. Finally deviating from the Doctor and his single platonic female platonic interest and her sometimes tagalong with an old man and two other fucks is the most goddamn welcome change even possible.

A bunch of the episodes suck though. They just suck fucking ass. There are too many historicals, too many heavy-handed points and it's gahbage.
But also there's an exceedingly weird episode and that makes it good, along with one actual passable historical in The Demons of the Punjab and in general the faint hope that comes with barely establishing that this incarnation of Doctor Who is actually capable of being what Doctor Who is supposed to be.

....sometimes.

Overall it fucking sucks. But people are being huge assholes and jumping the gun on the ratings and saying doom all over the place. The ratings are fine, they're actually riding pretty high for New Who as a whole.

And the fact that Whitaker is a bland and forgettable Doctor, it doesn't matter because the companions are fucking great. It's an ensemble cast for now and that's completely fine.
But it's delayed and that doesn't mean anything good. Despite the relatively good ratings that alone could be the deathknell of future seasons anyway if history is any indication.

As far as the doom and gloom, be concerned but also chill the fuck out.
As far as the OBVIOUS AND PRECIPITIOUS DECLINE OF DOCTOR WHO THANKS TO SWJ stallion CONSPIRACY AND TAMPERING

...just shut teh fuck up plz.
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Andrew Melon - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 10:33:18 EST ID:bU0w0/PY No.405177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405176
Oh also this shining jewel.

God bless this man.
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Carlton Banks - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 10:44:28 EST ID:jkXqG4L3 No.405178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405176
I'd say the biggest change I noticed was Chibnall's refusal to use any established Who enemies. Big shift from RTD and Moffat runs, where every season culminates in him fighting one of his classic Big Bads. Now if only Chibnall's new main villain was actually interesting and not boring/bland
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Roy Batty - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 11:24:35 EST ID:6Jm6iItZ No.405179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405176
>There are too many historicals
OG purpose of the show m8.
To each their own but I dug it \--/

>>405178
I heard about that but AFAIK he only applied it to this debut season. They're are already rumors that the New Year special will feature Daleks because technically it isn't part of said season.
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Roy Batty - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 11:27:33 EST ID:6Jm6iItZ No.405180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405179
*There are, WTF even

Also if we're thinking of the the same "exceedingly weird episode" then MY MAN!
I wanted to punch The Independent through my computer screen for disrespecting such kino.
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Andrew Melon - Tue, 18 Dec 2018 11:38:38 EST ID:bU0w0/PY No.405181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405179
>OG purpose of the show m8.

Yeah but that wasn't even the only edutainment on offer at the beginning. They did try their hand at science before they gave up and decided to just go with whatever makes fun family programming.

This series is pushing the envelope of too many historicals even compared to OG Who.
For most of the life of Doctor Who, whenever they do the historicals they're heavily pseudo-historical, and most of the later classic who pseudohistoricals of the 70's and 80's are pretty good.

But none of this is what makes me most angry about Doctor Who. What really brings my piss to a boil is the little bass drop in the theme song and the theme song not sounding fucking weird at all.
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Dr. David Bowman - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 19:41:09 EST ID:y/nAxKSI No.405236 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I've been watching travelers. So far it's really pissing me off how terrible everyone is at their jobs, like if this was some super important mission with the fate of humanity at stake I would think these people would be a little more professional.
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Fred Astaire - Sat, 22 Dec 2018 00:47:12 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405236
But that's, at best, a 90 minute film or 120 minute run if aired on TV. This holds true for a huge amount of shows. If everyone is professional and everything goes right there isn't much story to tell and it wouldn't be as interesting.

That said, I did quit watching Travelers at the end of the first season and never picked it back up though I do have it somewhere down my watch list.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 22 Dec 2018 23:43:22 EST ID:hzR4CFsn No.405253 Report Quick Reply
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I watched F is for Family season 3 on the plane today. I've watched plenty of shows about dysfunctional families, heck Malcolm in the Middle is one of my favorite ones, but F is for Family is some pretty depressing shit especially with this season especially what happens with Kevin, Bill and Maureen. It does have its hilarious moments and the running gag of Frank threatening to put his kids through a fucking wall but scenes like that whole argument between Frank and Kevin in episode 9 after Kevin got arrested and Bill dealing with how much of a manipulative psycho Bridget is and was kind of sad to watch.

It's easy to say Frank Murphy is Peter Griffin meets Hank Hill but he's much more than that and F is for Family is a much more brutally honest portrayal of a family on an adult animated show than King of the Hill, The Simpsons, etc. could ever be but then again they're not on Netflix. I think Vox's description of the show is pretty apt in saying "it’s sometimes very funny, and it’s sometimes very sad, which isn’t that unusual for a comedy — even an animated comedy — in 2018. But what makes F Is for Family notable is how both its sadness and its humor stem from exactly the same spot."


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Christopher Lee - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 03:15:31 EST ID:y9Rn+7qF No.405258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>404809
I keep stumbling on movies where Gene Hackman plays a private detective named Harry. Just finished Night Moves, which was pretty good, exactly what I was in the mood for, a nice noir-ish story that doesn't doesn't spectacularly fail or try to be too much. A few really good directing decisions, an awkward sex scene which later gets some context on why it was awkward, but I don't think it really paid off.

Saw from the x-ray thing on amazon (which is really cool) that he's played a Harry in 4 films, so maybe I'll watch the other two just for completion's sake.

If anyone has other suggestions for this kind of thing, noir-ish, protag isn't superhuman, in particular I'm still always hoping for that Sneakers group vibe if you get what I mean.
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Rudy Wade - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 21:20:37 EST ID:GA2cBhle No.405275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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rewatched Dr Who's Christmas Carol episode. Made me want to rewatch Matt Smith's whole run, back when Moffat still had ideas.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 24 Dec 2018 00:33:00 EST ID:hzR4CFsn No.405278 Report Quick Reply
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Saw The Mule tonight. There's no denying Clint Eastwood's abilities as an actor and director and I thought it he did a good job with this one. Yeah it's not as good as Gran Torino as there's not a lot of tension and it comes off as being anti-climatic by the end but his performance helps carry the film.
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Captain Jack Sparrow - Mon, 24 Dec 2018 04:23:47 EST ID:nJM+MZc3 No.405283 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405275
I hate Dr Who as a whole. But I have this weird love/hate thing with Matt Smith's doctor. He's probably the most obnoxious doctor there has ever been, but for whatever reason the timey wimey stuff really works. It feels authentic and believable. And the War Doctor episode was some amazing shit.
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Charlie Kelly - Mon, 24 Dec 2018 20:22:17 EST ID:tx1gztMy No.405294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405278

Wow had no idea this was a thing ill definitely need to check it out. i love clint eastwood directed movies.
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Huey Freeman - Tue, 25 Dec 2018 23:37:18 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.405316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>403746
Dope movie. But tbf Drew didn't produce Cabin in the Woods in any capacity. He only directed and co-wrote with Whedon (and who knows that that entails).

Bad Times was great though. It's a movie that keeps on giving. I hate to say anything because I don't want to spoil anything, but Chris Hemsworth is great in it. It's like if Thor from Ragnarok got amnesia and only had a Charles Manson biography to read and figure out who he was. Not only that, but it's honestly the only time I've felt Dakota Johnson has actually been a good actress.

The run time is a little long, but none of it felt forced or like filler.
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Gina Torres - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 03:28:19 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished season 4 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and god damn if that wasn't an excellent season of sci-fi television. True to its roots of starting out as "Stupid Fringe" in the first season, this one had an entire story arc devoted to an alternate reality (universe?) where a lot of main players were swapped between good and evil and some dead characters returned for fanservice. Overall I enjoyed the 3-arc structure of the season, though. Looking at the original airing schedule it seems like ABC really dicked around the show by having it on hiatus many times in a single season while also putting it in a death spot at 10pm. I have no idea how the show has survived to get a 6th season despite falling ratings every single season, but at least it has grown over the years into a solid sci-fi show with some comic book fanservice thrown in. Also, this show did the whole rogue A.I. story 100x better than Avengers: Age of Ultron did, which was a bloated mess of a movie.

Looking forward to watching the fifth season (and sixth next year). Anyone know if Agent Carter is any good? It's on Hulu and I considered starting it but the first episode was horrifically slow-paced from what I saw and I forgot how soul-crushing forced commercials are on the 99 cent Hulu plan I signed up for so I gave up on it and went back to finishing up the fourth season of AoS instead.
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Leatherface - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 11:15:04 EST ID:6Jm6iItZ No.405338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405333
Yeah, I kept up with AoS out of habit & S4 in when I felt doing so truly paid off. Shit was fun AF. Glad you enjoyed it.
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Leatherface - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 12:01:42 EST ID:6Jm6iItZ No.405340 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405333
Oh, also:
>Looking forward to watching the fifth season
Fifth continues the trend of rewarding investment, yeah. Lotsa cathartic shit goes down. Also there's a special 100th episode (which finds a creative way to fill itself with callbacks).
>Anyone know if Agent Carter is any good?
S'alright I guess? I don't feel any richer for having watched it & can't imagine I'd be worse off had I not. Honestly if you've tried an episode & not enjoyed it you might as well skip it; S1+2 did some set-up for a S3 that didn't happen, so you'll probably be left blue-balled anyway. TBPH I expected AoS to wrap up those loose ends in an episode ala Cold Case, but they haven't insofar so likely never will.
From memory:
*S1 is about her proving girls can be spies too by rescuing a Hydra prisoner who turns out to be a Hydra double agent using her to get into SHIELD lolwhoops
*S2 is about a black scientist, an immoral corporation & the dangerous quantum hyper-energy source they've discovered which ends up inside an aging actress who uses it to... eat movie execs through her hands with black CGI goop? IDK WTF they were thinking.
*S3 would've presumably been about Black Widow v1.0, since IIRC S1&2 both built sub-plots around Russia's post-War espionage & the foundation of "The Red Room". So... actually maybe they ARE gonna pay everything off after all & are just waiting for Black Widow prequel-movie.
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Xena - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 13:09:25 EST ID:SjMfKbLy No.405342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I keep hearing about BirdBox anyone know if it's good??

Also Black Mirror is dropping a movie on Netflix tomorrow (28th).
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Cyril Figgis - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 13:26:34 EST ID:IBJAbzvX No.405343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405342
It's a good book but I've seen a few reviews calling it a "standard Sandrah Bulllock film" which makes me very very weary.

Also the new Black Mirror is rumored to be a Choose Your Own Adventure episode, so I wonder wtf the torrent will be like. Or if torrenters are screwed on this one. Maybe it's Netflix specifically trying to make something to combat potential users who pirate instead (like me and probably lots of you people)
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Sala Baker - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 16:42:34 EST ID:q0O+I4IK No.405345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finally had the opportunity to binge watch the last Daredevil season. Seeing as how the show got cancelled, I'm glad the show wrapped up most of its loose ends and ended on a high note. I think it's the best season.

I tried getting into Castlevania, but it was a little bit boring. Is Narcos worth watching?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 18:21:34 EST ID:hzR4CFsn No.405347 Report Quick Reply
>>405345
Narcos is really good. Was actually gonna try to watch Narcos: Mexico this week.
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Francine Smith - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 20:56:13 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.405348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405345
watch castlevania you pussy
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Mike Nichols - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 21:50:47 EST ID:jbWYNrBH No.405349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Season 4 of Star vs F.O.E. coming SOMETIME in 2019
Aw shit I finished it too fast. What the fuck magical whimsical adventure show with occasional eldritch bullshit out of nowhere am I going to procrastinate with now?
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Monty Python - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 22:59:10 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405339

I meant "Stupid Fringe" in that AoS originally started out like a Fringe/X-Files knock-off but where as those were rooted in plausible pseudoscience, AoS was just deus ex machina bullshit over and over to explain everything without any attempt at pseudoscience (although to its credit it got much better in the subsequent seasons). Also, I would say Fringe is probably the best X-Files knockoff ever.

>>405340

I was mostly interested in watching it since I guess in like S3 or so of AoS reviews I was reading after each episode started mentioning stuff in AoS tying into Agent Carter and I guess the HYDRA/alien tech stuff or whatever AC dealt with. I guess since it's only two season long and like 20 episodes it won't be too bad to just get through it. I've always liked that guy that plays Howard Stark and I'm guessing he's basically the co-star of the show so it'll probably pick up once they actually form S.H.I.E.L.D. instead of wasting time in the SSR or whatever that the Agent Carter one shot covered already (and better).
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Dr. Weird - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 00:46:21 EST ID:T9nW9UEX No.405360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405349
Steven Universe?
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Ashley Scott - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 20:59:47 EST ID:pqKvCdRi No.405385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405360
>Gay indoctrinationverse
>Took 72 episodes to get to the fucking plotverse
>Random subpar musical numbers out of nowhereverse
>Fat acceptanceverse
Not a fan personally.

I guess I'll check out Secret Saturdays. I keep forgetting this show ever existed.
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Johnathan E - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 23:56:21 EST ID:sh+F9mZ/ No.405391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405385
>Gay indoctrinationverse
omg go away
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Wendell T. Stamps - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 01:17:36 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405396 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watched Spider-man: Homecoming for the first time. Not really sure why people praised it so much, I guess it was because people were so pissed off at Sony that anything Marvel Studios did was going to be better no matter what. I dunno, it felt like they over-corrected to far with this one. I always liked Spider-man when he's a young adult working at the Daily Bugle so I didn't care for the high school drama of this one. And speaking of over-correcting, but the casting choices were pretty wild. Turning Flash Thompson into a skinny Indian kid was weird, same with changing Ned Leeds into a fat Hawaiian (guess that rules out him ever being Hobgoblin), and Aunt May into a hot chick. Like, I get that Peter's a sophomore in high school, but Aunt May doesn't need to be hot, she can still be his doting caregiver (and I guess now she knows he's Spider-man? What the fuck?). Throwing away [%]Shocker as some goon fodder was dumb, too (and no disrespect to Bokeem Woodbine, but this felt like more weird over-correcting to make Shocker black instead of having him play a different character). Making Liz Allan black felt like more over-correcting, like I guess having MJ and Gwen Stacy was too much white people in the past so this "new Spider-man" needed to multiculture it up. And speaking of MJ. mother fuck whoever was in charge of making Michelle say that at the end. She was a great character already in the movie with her sardonic wit, and then at the end of the movie they had to bludgeon the audience over the head with that "Look, it's MJ!" line.[%] Stupid horseshit that was. The whole thing just felt like it should have been a movie about Miles Morales' origins of becomming Spider-man. I don't get why they had cold feet on introducing Morales here. We already got two different cinematic Peter Parkers, and granted this new one is back in high school, but they didn't even bother explaining his powers since they knew the audience already knows everything about Peter Parker so why not just move on to Morales for the movies. It's silly, they already over-corrected the "whiteness" of the prior Spider-man movies by changing established characters and they already had an actual non-white Spider-man that (most) people like now in Miles Morales that they didn't even bother using since I guess changing the cast is okay but the main actor isn't? So dumb.

Anyways, back to the movie: the whole [%]talking suit thing was stupid. That's Iron Man's shtick. Peter Parker's shtick is his smart-ass monologues, which the movie actually started off with, but then all the sudden he got a talking suit like Iron Man halfway through so he could argue with it?[%] So dumb, but I guess that's what happens when you have six fucking people writing the screenplay for a simple superhero movie. The reveal of Toomes [%]being Liz's dad was a dumber retread of Norman discovering Spider-man's identity through his son's friendship with Peter Parker from the first Raimi movie, too. There was no reason for Toomes to discover Spider-man's identity that quickly, and that knowledge didn't have any serious repercussions since the two just fought it out in the climax immediately afterward.


Meh. Just meh. I enjoyed the first two Raimi Spider-man movies more, and even The Amazing Spider-man more than this one. Garfield was a great Peter Parker that got buttfucked by inept studio heads, so it's a damn shame he never got to do much with the role. Not sure what to expect with next year's sequel, but hopefully it's better than this one.
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Wendell T. Stamps - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 01:18:59 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405397 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405396
Ah, fuck's sake, messed up one spoiler tag. Oh well, I guess over-spoiled is better than fucking up the tags and having spoilers left uncovered.
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Morgan Freeman - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 01:38:54 EST ID://g9vbe0 No.405398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have been watching the crown recently. Its a really good show im really enjoying it. its hard to think that matt smith was ever a quirky doctor.

i especially love the episodes that end with real life images and facts that were portrayed in the episode.

Just watched the episode where its revealed that the queens uncle (who abdicated the throne) was a nazi sympathiser and wanted to ally with Hitler going so far to actually go to nazi germany
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Ben Tenison - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 04:45:27 EST ID:WGIlYZcb No.405403 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405385
Please kill yourself.
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Gaear Grimsrud - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 05:22:22 EST ID:dSVP6pmv No.405407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Steven Universe is a bad show. Why are you so butthurt about a bad show.
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Mark Lilly - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 05:37:28 EST ID:pzBOAhT5 No.405408 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haven't been watching anything, TV sucks lately.

>>405407
It could be the shittiest show on the planet and I don't care, but your reasons for disliking it expose you as a 4shit refugee scum, and you should probably follow >>405403 advice
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Bruce Campbell - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 11:38:23 EST ID:Q0Pak+GK No.405416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Watching a childrens cartoon is already so gay you shouldn't worry about being force fed alphabet soup.
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Phil Ken Sebben - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 12:51:16 EST ID:/mOtEuQL No.405417 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405416
Wat
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Frankenstein's Monster - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 19:08:43 EST ID:l3SUmUns No.405420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405408
I've been posting here since Spardot's first PMS ban spree. Fuck, I still remember personally creating articles for Taimapedia just for fun. Why don't you go change your fucking diaper
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Willow - Sat, 29 Dec 2018 20:05:39 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405420
Franky, the evil children's cartoons turned you gay.
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Terry Bates - Sun, 30 Dec 2018 21:03:02 EST ID:+9l5LekV No.405435 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405421
That kind of animation turns you numb.
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Arnold - Mon, 31 Dec 2018 07:01:07 EST ID:IIE+ApTF No.405441 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Started watching homecoming. after the first episode i realised its not for me. seems way to predictable and lacks fun.

I like adam driver too, what was that caveh zahedi show he was in? the show about the show?
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Vir Cotto - Tue, 01 Jan 2019 00:26:55 EST ID:f+7eRAXs No.405460 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I caught up with black mirror last night besides bandersnatch which I was gonna watch tonight.
Fun season as usual, seemed pretty much on par with the other netflix seasons, but I do have to say I think metalheads might be one of the worst episodes they've ever done. It was just plain uninteresting and overly stylized with its nauseating framerate.
USS Callister > Hang the DJ > Arkangel > Crocodile > Black Museum > Metalheads
I liked the segments in Black Museum but they were just too short to be enjoyable enough. Arkangel had some really, really fucking horrible acting but I thought the concept was really interesting. Crocodile I thought was going to go a different way which kept me from enjoying it more when she dumped the body at her architecture site I thought it was going to be like the tell tale heart eventually driving her completely insane but she just went on a murder spree. The ending was hilarious though, how they were going to dig up the fucking guinea pigs memories. . Hang the DJ had a pretty lackluster ending but the rest was great and USS callister was plain fun as hell. So much effort put into to making a parody/homage of something and it really showed.
A lot of stuff this season felt a bit too reminiscent of the white christmas "cookies", sort of felt like they were running out of ideas. They even mentioned cookies in the beginning of the black museum episode.
Still can't wait for season 5
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The Monarch - Tue, 01 Jan 2019 18:43:22 EST ID:3kkQaEfe No.405484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the Dr Who new years extravaganza was pretty dang fun. Used Daleks in a new way for once, making it like a fuckin cosmic horror C'thulhu mindrape
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Haruhi Suzumiya - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 07:53:12 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405508 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Finished the first season of Agent Carter, it was only 8 episodes so it was a pretty easy watch (Hulu commercials be damned). Oddly enough the first two episodes that were directed by Marvel movie directors turned out to be the worst episodes of the series, but after that it really picked up. I never watched Alias but I guess apparently this show is really similar? Regardless, I liked the whole spy & espionage theme of the show as it wasn't what I was expecting. That was pretty cool how they worked in Doctor Faustus into the show. I remember him getting name-dropped in AoS in the past so I guess that was more of a wink to this show than just comic book fanservice.

The inclusion of (the original?) Black Widow was kind of interesting I guess, but it seemed kind of a doomed artistic choice since the character has no future due to Hooty McBoob being the current Black Widow and there basically being no other mention of other Black Widows save for the one flashback scene in Winter Soldier that was quickly forgotten. I guess the second season is going to be all about post-WWII US-Russia Cold War stuff, though, so I guess that might be cool to see.

I was annoyed how S.H.I.E.L.D. was never formed by the end of the season, though. The one shot ended with Carter being enlisted to run the newly-established S.H.I.E.L.D. in D.C. so I figured this first season would kind of be a drawn-out remake of the one shot that ended with Peggy proving her merit and being contacted by Washington but the season ended with her getting shat on by that senator so I guess not? Speaking of, it's really weird how this show just throws in random Asians and African Americans into law enforcement roles despite this taking place in 1947 when like, you know, that whole racism and human rights thing was going on. I guess the showrunners got open season on the misogyny, though, so it's kind of weird how Peggy gets shit on every episode by chauvinistic males but like the same assholes never make any snide remarks towards the Asians or African Americans they work with. I guess I'll chalk that up to the entire show being about Peggy proving her doubters wrong and all that and so they didn't have time for any Asian or African American characters also getting a feel good moment.

Overall, though, not bad. The second season is only 10 episodes so I guess I'll finish that up next. It seems like the show also had critical acclaim despite terrible ratings, so I wonder if Marvel has any plans for making a TV movie in place of a third season to air on Disney's dumb new OTT service or even producing an actual third season.
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Ozymandias - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 22:03:43 EST ID:OgnFfK8n No.405524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405508
Same, it still bugs me that they never got around to actually showing her founding SHIELD, something the one-shot setup in 15 minutes. I liked the first season but lost interest when I found out they still weren't doing SHIELD and never watched the second.
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Crud Bonemeal - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 23:23:31 EST ID:AtYFm860 No.405526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So I've been binging The Sopranos lately, and I'm now midway through s3. And the show is definitely good and all, but the way the show is described as the best or among the best tv shows ever made I can't help but feel slightly let down. I'm having trouble forming an emotional connection. People eat, people argue, people get fucked, people die, and Tony's power grows little by little as his personal and emotional problems compound or change. But so far Tony himself is really the only character we get to know in any real in depth way.

Am I missing something? It feels like everyone else who's seen this show is in on something I'm not seeing and I really want to love this show the way the rest of the world seems to have. Maybe I've just changed. I guess all I'm asking for is people's thoughts. It's like I'm staring at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and just seeing a bunch of art school doodles.
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Pussy Galore - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 23:47:46 EST ID:i+OKwvX3 No.405527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405526
Not just you, show is over-rated as fuck. It is notable for being one of the first shows to establish the production values and performance standards we've come to expect from a Golden Age TV series, but in retrospect it was often poorly paced, clumsily executed, and hasn't aged well in theme or relevance. It's pretty much been outclassed in most departments by dozens of superior shows since (pic related). It's still coasts by on "Best Of" lists due to some outstanding performances, but mostly just nostalgia.

One of the worst endings in TV history next to Dexter too, ignore anyone's tortured rationalizations to the contrary.
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Rose McGowan - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 00:12:50 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405530 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched the first episode of the Orville second season, then binged the whole first season. Love this show. Remember seeing it get a lot of hate on here, so never actually gave it a try because of it. Definitely worth a try. First season was very impressive in my opinion. I've never given Star Trek or a similar show a try either so new to the "genre". Really enjoying it.
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Keanu Reeves - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 01:01:19 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405530
come to >>>/1701/
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Oliver Stone - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 12:16:51 EST ID:0UOJTfxX No.405546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405530
It didn't get hate on here. The thread got hate on here AND ALSO IN 1701.

>THIS SHIT BELONGS ON THE STAR TREK BOARD

>BUT THIS SHIT ISN'T STAR TREK. IT DOESN'T BELONG ON THE STAR TREK BOARD

>FUCK SETH MACFARLANE FAMILY GUY SUCKS

These were the pillars of the controversy.
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Dipper Pines - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 12:59:26 EST ID:i88pCRkn No.405548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405546
Once /1701/ got mad at me for starting a thread about Gene Roddenbury's non-Trek TV shows, saying it's TREK ONLY. Them not wanting Orville in there shouldn't be too shocking.
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Oliver Stone - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 14:34:34 EST ID:0UOJTfxX No.405551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405548
Meanwhile, there's a Babylon 5 thread somewhere on that board at all times.

like, where the fuck you want us to put it? The Lexx and Farscape threads can go on MTV but some things are distinctly Trek-adjacent. Orville and Babylon 5 definitely are and if you don't know why you're... not a Star Trek fan?

Fans rightly see that Orville is more Star Trek than Discovery and by that same token Babylon 5 was more Deep Space Nine than Deep Space Nine was.
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John Goodman - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 14:58:24 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405530
It got hate when first announced because it was a new Seth MacFarlane show starring Seth MacFarlane as Seth MacFarlane and also because it was advertised as a lowest common denominator sitcom for some bizarre reason despite the actual show mostly playing it straight and basically being a Star Trek show without the license instead of a Star Trek parody. After the first couple of episodes where I guess the producers got the bulk of their boner jokes in the can it seemed like a lot of people started warming up to it. Then Star Trek Discovery turned out to be a flaming turd and so people pretty much began agreeing that The Orville was the better Star Trek show of the two.
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Kevin Smith - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 19:32:38 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405546
Bullshit. We have constant Orville threads and far prefer it to STD and its been that way on 1701 from the start.

>if you don't know why you're... not a Star Trek fan?
Pretty much

>>405548
No one complains about the Orville threads.

Try actually visiting the board, guys.
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Vince Gilligan - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 19:35:14 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405532

Thanks I checked it out. Was trying to find some way of knowing what's the best place to start with the series. I just went with the very first original. No complaints. It's aged well in a retro way, but a little more modern is what I'm looking for.
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Just finished the first episode of the limited Netflix series Watership Down. If you love Watership Down...it's wonderful so far.
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Vince Gilligan - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 23:02:59 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Twilight Zone s1 ep9

This show sure is comfy
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Vince Gilligan - Fri, 04 Jan 2019 00:31:28 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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The Orville s2 ep2
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Agent Smith - Fri, 04 Jan 2019 20:23:03 EST ID:MyBydNCn No.405585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watched John Wick again.

The entire club sequence is pure art.
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Woodhouse - Fri, 04 Jan 2019 22:58:56 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished Wreck-It Ralph Breaks the Internet

Definitely another classic. Pretty much the perfect sequel
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Woodhouse - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 01:41:36 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Eighth Grade

Such a feel good film. A modern classic maybe?
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Fisto - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 02:16:20 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405585
I need to watch that again. I watched it once a couple years ago but I didn't really pay attention to the whole thing while I was doing school work. Totally forgot to get the 4K dual pack with the sequel during the holidays when it was probably on sale and not it's back to $35. Fuck.
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Pikachu - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 02:23:09 EST ID:PYzoh2U9 No.405596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405585
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sty73gVmhDE
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Snake Plissken - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 02:53:31 EST ID:i+OKwvX3 No.405598 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405596
Brilliant.
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Woodhouse - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 04:07:00 EST ID:bSvC2ARl No.405603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Johnny English Strikes Again

Hilarious
Mr. Bean out does himself
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Thorin Oakenshield - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 08:11:24 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405592
I don't remember it being feel good but it was a fantastic film. Especially if you realise Bo Burnham's a youtuber, then compare it to the other films youtubers have simply been involved with, never mind written and directed themselves.
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Jazmine DuBois - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 08:23:20 EST ID:6RhGZjCY No.405607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched Comedians of the World: Neal Brennan. I thought his 3 Mics Special was great, but I was getting some beta vibes from this. It was okay.
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Morena Baccarin - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 17:27:29 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Started watching a BBC show called Luther. its pretty okay. i kind of wish he actually solved crimes rather than just chase the person he thinks did it.

>>405603

there was definitely some funny moments. its odd because i wasnt a fan of the first one but this one was quite refreshing.

>>405606

Yeah eighth grade is a really awkward feeling movie, but intentionally so which is what makes it so great.
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Thorin Oakenshield - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 18:55:21 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Is this dude at 1:36 of Wonder Boys who's looking straight at the camera a young Mac from Always Sunny?
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Bill Haverchuck - Sat, 05 Jan 2019 22:25:18 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405626
Yeah that's Mac alright. He was like a failed actor or something back when him, Dennis, and Charlie came up with the idea for It's Always Sunny as kind of a last resort since they were struggling actors in Hollywood.
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Joy Peters - Sun, 06 Jan 2019 07:32:34 EST ID:eD8K2BYW No.405638 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405626
I'm starting to think there's something to all those gay jokes about him.
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Jane Espenson - Sun, 06 Jan 2019 11:48:09 EST ID:EZxAFYZW No.405644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405626
It totally is. Nobody else has those droopy weird eyes.
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Charlie Sheen - Sun, 06 Jan 2019 14:43:01 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405651 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sick.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 06 Jan 2019 15:32:07 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.405655 Report Quick Reply
>>405651
I'm looking forward to the final season. Definitely one of my favorite comedies of this decade.
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Charlie Sheen - Sun, 06 Jan 2019 15:59:18 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405655
First ep was very entertaining but nothing much happened.
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Kira Nerys - Mon, 07 Jan 2019 10:22:54 EST ID:dO9uGzMh No.405681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>RA-RA-RA-RA-RA-RA-RA RUSSIAN~

Dirty Pair is so fucking 80's you can smell the cocaine and Aqua Net. 80's TV is the best, I swear. Why the fuck don't they have MacGyver or Magnum PI on Netflix?
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Chiana - Mon, 07 Jan 2019 16:52:53 EST ID:OwxbiDk1 No.405684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405681
>Why the fuck don't they have MacGyver or Magnum PI on Netflix?
because they're cool manly white men and that shit dont fly today
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 07 Jan 2019 16:56:37 EST ID:jRjEOvBm No.405685 Report Quick Reply
>>405656
I can't watch it for another two weeks but I would think more would happen after what happened in the last season finale.

>>405681
>Why the fuck don't they have MacGyver or Magnum PI on Netflix?

Because it's on CBS All Access.
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Jon Arryn - Mon, 07 Jan 2019 19:52:44 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.405698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I never really thought of Beowulf(2007) as a cgi cartoon, but it is animation. Beowulf and Shrek could be in the same room and it wouldn't clash in the least lol.
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Theodore Logan - Tue, 08 Jan 2019 02:35:08 EST ID:BzYSZ/OW No.405711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405681
My weeb.
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Humphrey Bogart - Tue, 08 Jan 2019 10:31:54 EST ID:hij/FNWj No.405718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405681
80s TV is good because it was the last clearly defined era. After that everything became too mish-mashed. Also nostalgia but I think it's mainly the first thing.
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Humphrey Bogart - Tue, 08 Jan 2019 10:32:25 EST ID:hij/FNWj No.405719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405684
Found the incel.
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Merlin - Wed, 09 Jan 2019 06:08:36 EST ID:slVp4Aew No.405744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Watch one & got sucked in; why are there so many Warhammer 40k fan-films on youtube?
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Hugh Honey - Thu, 10 Jan 2019 00:49:26 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405752 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405711
Who has good rips of everything but the movie? I could only find that on PTP and nothing on BTN or my other trackers at all. Do I need an Anime tracker to watch this?
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Theo Faron - Fri, 11 Jan 2019 13:01:54 EST ID:0KOGlZot No.405762 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405719
Found the faggot.
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Kevin Bacon - Fri, 11 Jan 2019 16:20:51 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405762
Phew, thank god that crisis is over.
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Señor Chang - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 11:39:30 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I've seen this before but it's still a strikingly good film.
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Danny Boyle - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 13:55:23 EST ID:MtzsiSJT No.405781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405779
I always felt like this was a play adaptation into a film (what with it being so character-driven and dialogue-heavy and most of the movie centered around a single scene). But it was really good and thought-provoking. It reminded me of a Twilight Zone episode!
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Señor Chang - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 14:53:59 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405781
I know what you mean on both counts.
I just discovered there's a sequel with some of the same cast, which seems ridiculous but I'm going to give it a watch anyway.
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Sam Winchester - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 16:09:16 EST ID:i+OKwvX3 No.405783 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405779
Tried watching this with a friend and the dialog was so cringeworthy and the acting was so embarrassingly bad, we had to turn it off after half an hour. Super overrated.
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Donna Noble - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 19:44:47 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405784 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405783
The Man From Earth or The Man From Earth: Holocene?
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Charlie Harper - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 20:52:24 EST ID:vnd6uMxk No.405785 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405779
Loved that film. Definitely more cerebral and I can get why people wouldn't like it, it's mostly just talking. It actually reminds me a bit of My Dinner With Andre but with an actual plot.

I always confuse it with The Man Who Fell To Earth even though they are nothing alike.
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Donna Noble - Sat, 12 Jan 2019 21:07:43 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Okay so I watched the sequel, TMfE: Holocene. Legal to download if anyone's bothered.
Some weird half-assed ecological message I think? My first impression was that the quality of the film itself seemed like God's Not Dead or something, it just had the same feel. If anything it was anti-Christian propaganda.

Mostly it seemed like a metaphor for itself. Some people who don't understand what's great about something digging it up against its will because of their weird obsession with Christianity.

It's no Starship Troopers 2 in terms of sequels but it really didn't need to exist in the first place.
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Handbanana - Sun, 13 Jan 2019 17:53:25 EST ID:xgclma2S No.405797 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I enjoyed the season premiere of Brooklyn 9 9. Loved how raunchy some jokes got to give Fox censors the middle finger, while also remaining the goofy and wholesome series it always was.
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genophyte - Mon, 14 Jan 2019 20:54:38 EST ID:cdD4rABo No.405828 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>future man season 2

its almost The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy humor with a bit of monty python this season . i actually like this season way more than the first
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Katharine Hepburn - Mon, 14 Jan 2019 22:58:23 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.405829 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay

I'm mildly upset they made Amanda Waller more amicable to r34'ing. i'm more upset that mr snek got bomb to the face but pussyhands got more hurt lol.
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Toki Wartooth - Tue, 15 Jan 2019 01:22:20 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Continuining with my netflix free trial i watched sex education, was a good show, i like that it was a British show, if it was american i probably wouldnt have enjoyed it as much.

Watching YOU now, creepy show, its weird how the show lulls you into the main characters perspective and then gives you brief moments of being "oh, right, i forgot hes a complete psychopath"
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Bruce Campbell - Tue, 15 Jan 2019 14:28:58 EST ID:oa2mmJAW No.405838 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405830
>sex education
I'm finding this really weird to watch. It's set in a strange sort of non-place and non-time. No English sixth form is like that. All the sports jackets and dress style and social hierarchy stereotypes are incredibly American. It seems unclear whether it's set now or in the late 70s, too.
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Lee Adama - Tue, 15 Jan 2019 17:03:10 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.405842 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the first episode of Deadly Class on SyFy was great. Felt just like the comics, and apparently they say Fuck on syfy now? Coolio. Hopefully the rest of the season stays good. Lots of shows like these have cool premieres and finales, but struggle to make all the middle parts worth staying tuned through.
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Max Rockatansky - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 02:33:16 EST ID:6UFGe5UR No.405848 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Better Call Saul

Im starting Season 3 and at this point I wish this were just a show about MIke and Gus because thats really the only thing thats keeping me watching. I just dont care about Saul's story at all
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Kira Nerys - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 04:35:18 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405829
Batman: Assault on Arkham is the best Suicide Squid movie.

My recent tv:
Project Bluebook and the new True Detective look like they might be good.
The passage looks like it might be decent as well.
Les miserables has been good so far.
I can't believe they made a follow up to Roswell.
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Jacob Black - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 09:37:40 EST ID:4epnz6lC No.405856 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405848
>just a show about MIke and Gus
That would be great. I think all of the Saul stuff will get much, much better once they are finally done with the drama of Kim learning who/what Jimmy really is. I'm definitely looking forward to that happening as long as they don't just kill her off or something since Kim is such a likeable and sympathetic character.
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Mark Lilly - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 09:49:53 EST ID:sz0uDSRo No.405857 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405856
>>405848
I actually really like the lawyer stuff. It’s what separates it as a show from Baking Bread. Those scenes are mostly compelling because of Chuck and Kim, though, so I agree that ironically Saul is one of the less interesting parts of his own show, lol.
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Max Rockatansky - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 12:11:49 EST ID:6UFGe5UR No.405861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405856
>>405857

To me it just feels like Saul's story up to now has been dragging. It has picked up a bit though as im watching Season 3. I honestly dont know if I like or hate Chuck at this point.

On a side note, these black and white modern day segments that kick off each season are getting very interesting. At first I thought they didnt mean anything but now its feeling like its a legitimate continuation of Breaking Bad.

"Gene" yelling at the kid to get a lawyer was definitely a holy shit moment. Saul is feeling that itch and I feel is gonna come crashing down for him eventually. I also got curious so I went and watched the Season 4 opening scene before finishing Season 3. That taxi driver absolutely knew who "Gene" was and as soon as he opened his mouth he was done for. Considering he had an Albuquerque air freshener, my guess is thats where the taxi driver was originally from and has seen Saul's commercials a million times. My guess is that hes phoning the police after Saul gets out of the cab.

At this point I assume these modern day segments are going to be a lead up to the Breaking Bad movie.

That said, Its still a great show but I think Mike's story has been was more interesting than Saul's
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 12:40:06 EST ID:2wdMxtjI No.405862 Report Quick Reply
>>405848
Now you've reminded me I still haven't finished season 4. Season 3 is really good though and I agree that Jimmy's story isn't as compelling as Mike and Gus' stories but I enjoy the scenes where he becomes Slippin' Jimmy or my favorite scene from the season (with added effects) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yum0MSXWltc&t=237s

>>405861
>I honestly dont know if I like or hate Chuck at this point.

I think Chuck is a tragic figure really but fuck Chuck. He's envious of the shortcuts Jimmy has taken in his life being the conman that he is and taking shortcuts into becoming a lawyer whereas Chuck had to bust his ass through law school and eventually become a partner at HHM. Essentially Chuck is like the Frank Grimes to Jimmy's Homer Simpson.
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Slake Fistcrunch - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 19:36:06 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405861

The thing about Sauls story is tragic, better call saul exemplifies the consequences in breaking bad. Like in breaking bad we alwasy see Saul as a shyster lawyer who is willing to break the law no matter what.
What better call saul shows us is his inevitable poignant downfall.

Mike and Gus' story is as interesting but i feel like they are already the characters they were in breaking bad, its nice getting fanservicy things and backstory. I guess the main thing about the mike and gus story is it just goes to show you how malevenont walt really was and what can happen to a tightly run ship when you let a raging bull onto it. But again i guess that was already conveyed on breaking bad.


I wonder how they're going to tackle the breaking bad movie (i havent read up on it), i feel like breaking bad wrapped up really nicely and im not sure saul fits anywhere in the movie.


Anyway--------

Watching YOU. Its a really good show im really enjoying it. just finished the episode where he has killed Peaches and suspects beck of sleeping with her therapist, i can feel things beginning to unravel for our anti-hero
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Winston Zeddmore - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 00:18:55 EST ID:6UFGe5UR No.405872 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405869
The Breaking Bad movie will be an epilogue to the series and focus on what happened to the characters that were still alive after the series finale Jesse, Skylar, Walk Jr, Holly, Brock, Saul Goodman, etc.. also not sure how he would fit in but Bryan Cranston confirmed he be part of the movie if they ask him to come back
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Wilson - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 07:31:22 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.405874 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405872
Flashbacks duh. Oh, and also he never died at the end of season 5, has been in a coma since the show ends, and the movie ends with him coming out of the coma to set up season 6
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Wilson - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 08:40:30 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.405875 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405869
I almost watched YOU because of all the hype, then I learned it was actually a show from the fucking LIFETIME channel of all places, with Netflix just giving it a second life. Netflix is tricking yall into watching a Mom show.
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Dr. Gregory House - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 12:22:56 EST ID:Q0Pak+GK No.405876 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405875
Fucking lol
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Nick Andopolis - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 21:37:00 EST ID:dVm5YZwl No.405883 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405848
Honestly the Mike and Gus side of things is such mediocre TV. Mike's building something but we don't know what, Mike's on a stakeout, Mike's on the side of the road talking to someone with whom he has no chemistry. Gus is on the phone planning something we already saw happen in a different show. You can add all the guns and drugs you want but higher stakes doesn't make the story more compelling, and just makes it look heavy-handed and childish against the backdrop of Jimmy's (much more interesting) storyline.
This show is honestly 10/10 when it's Jimmy VS Chuck, or following around characters who directly tie into that like Kim or Howard. The Mike stuff is just shitty fanfic that's been hanging over this show since season 1.

>>405874
That's a good idea except it wouldn't work because he does die
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Simon Petrikov - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 22:40:28 EST ID:MzZ/jYdT No.405887 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405883
I only watched because of Rhea Seahorn.
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Monica Geller - Thu, 17 Jan 2019 23:09:31 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.405890 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405883
>that spoiler
Did we see his grave? We just saw his eyes close after a bullet wound, happens to TV characters regularly. But it was the last episode ever so we made the leap to DEAD.
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Dr. Quentin Q. Quinn - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 00:43:47 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405875
People don't realize how many shows are broadcast from other companies and then added to netflix's library. This shit happens all the time. People always talk about this new show netflix just made and I'm like, "that shit aired like 2 years ago and is still airing on cbs, abc, nbc, etc.
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Frank Gallagher - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:16:53 EST ID:Mn19BObK No.405894 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405875

It was a good show man you should give it a go.
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Nick Andopolis - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:50:25 EST ID:dVm5YZwl No.405895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405890
We didn't see his eyes close... His eyes stayed open for that entire 60 second shot. Because he's dead
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Hodor - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 14:17:37 EST ID:Wxhkk7b+ No.405903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405890
Did you forget that His cancer came back?
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Nicholas Cage - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 15:54:52 EST ID:+or9eFnk No.405905 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just watched Stalker and Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Stalker has been a nice experience watching, only I can't quite say that I like it, since not a lot happens, and I prefer thicker plots; MPatHG, on the other hand, was much better — like a lot of good comedies, it barely has got a chuckle out of me, but I "appreciated" it, which for me with comedies is enough.
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Werner Herzog - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 22:49:13 EST ID:13yI13yv No.405909 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gave both "Mad Max: Fury Road" and "Deadpool" about twenty minutes before boredom set in.

The latter intrigued me at first with it's witty opening credits and bullet-time scene, but then defaulted to standard Hollywood bullshit. Fury Road was just CGI and noise from the start.
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Drake Mallard - Fri, 18 Jan 2019 23:03:38 EST ID:6RhGZjCY No.405910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405909

>The latter intrigued me at first with it's witty opening credits and bullet-time scene, but then defaulted to standard Hollywood bullshit.

I definitely felt the same way the first time I watched it. The second time I watched it was when I decided to watch all the previous Mad Max movies. I ended up loving Fury Road.
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Clay Morrow - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 03:45:13 EST ID:+or9eFnk No.405913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405909
> Fury Road was just CGI
Are you for fucking real?
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Chiana - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 05:53:20 EST ID:PzzK75Kh No.405914 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405909
Fury Road has hardly any cgi in it. I feel like you're trolling here.
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Hermione Granger - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 07:09:37 EST ID:Xshx8aVe No.405917 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405909
You know I can't wait for the black and white edit of Fury Road with all the CGI taken out to shut this noise the fuck up.
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Halle Berry - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 07:21:09 EST ID:IQg2EfMB No.405918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405917
Last time this happened, it sold out in minutes.

Fury Road is flat out amazing but some people think it's no better than a Mtn Dew commercial.
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Franklin Bluth - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 09:22:54 EST ID:bBzmHEKJ No.405919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405918
Some people also eat their own shit.
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Elia Kazan - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 14:28:37 EST ID:0TkhuGZn No.405924 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405909
>Fury Road
>CGI
Nigga you stupid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9L67BiENzYs
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Hermione Granger - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 18:04:44 EST ID:Xshx8aVe No.405930 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405924
It's actually annoying that there's so much CGI in Fury Road. It really doesn't need 99% of it.
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Blossom - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 19:24:34 EST ID:aSwQcWzm No.405933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405930
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Dr. Rockzo - Sat, 19 Jan 2019 23:56:32 EST ID:8C777dFi No.405934 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The only good Mad Max is the first one.
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Uncle Ruckus - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 01:03:45 EST ID:6avzI3KY No.405935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405934
All 4 Mad Max movies are great, fuck off.

If I had to rank them I'd say Max 1 > Thunderdome > Fury Road = Road Warrior.

Yeah yeah I know Road Warrior's hailed as the best one, and it is a fucking excellent legendary deeply influential movie, but I prefer all the cool worldbuilding and sets in the other movies to Road Warrior's "No real civilization, only small tribes and war" wasteland. Bartertown is so fucking awesome, the massive amount of extras running around the huge sets make the whole movie feel incredibly alive.

Also Thunderdome is one of the most fucking fun and creative deathmatch set pieces I've ever seen in a movie. BUNGEE CORD DEATH FLIPS INSIDE A DOMED SPIKED CAGE COVERED IN WEAPONS, so fucking radical. This kind of spectacular shit is what I go to the movies for.

>WHO RUN BARTERTOWN?
>TWO MEN ENTER, ONE MAN LEAVES
>You can shovel shit, can't you?

Max 1 is pretty much a perfect low-budget speculative fiction revenge movie. Easily the greatest ending to any movie I've ever seen. I still get goosebumps when he drops that hacksaw and leaves.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UbSL3Bri4E

>YOU'RE MAD, MISTER!
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 09:34:32 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.405940 Report Quick Reply
I finally got around to watching Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. Shit was hilarious especially the fight between Christopher Meloni and Jon Hamm's character's and that brawl between Tiger Claw and Firewood in the finale. Gonna watch 10 Years Later next.
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Naruto Uzumaki - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 20:50:06 EST ID:Q0Pak+GK No.405945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm nearing the end of alien 3 and this cgi is starting to look like who framed roger rabbit.
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Slake Fistcrunch - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 21:23:15 EST ID:aSwQcWzm No.405946 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405945
Bite your tongue, Who Framed Roger Rabbit looked awesome.
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Naruto Uzumaki - Sun, 20 Jan 2019 22:31:16 EST ID:Q0Pak+GK No.405948 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405946
Sure, but they didn't cut back to an sort of animatronic rabbit puppet every other ten seconds. It's so disorienting that you think there is multiple aliens again.
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Flapjack - Mon, 21 Jan 2019 01:24:43 EST ID:raDebc2T No.405949 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Got around to finishing both seasons of Agent Carter, enjoyment was very parabolic. The first season starts off dreadfully slow but ramps up to an entertaining spy show by season's end. The beginning of the second season inexplicably switches so many things up, but it doesn't go off the rails right away. As the season went on, though, things began to get more ridiculous, character motivations turned on a dime, and it just became a stupid mess by the end of the second season. I can see why it didn't get a third season because that second season was pretty awful.

The second season just felt like that, despite having two more episodes than the first season, that the showrunner just knew it had no chance at renewal so they just blew through so much stuff in the span of an episode or two. Introducing the bubbly nurse that was Souza's fiancé only to have here then break up with him because she thinks he's still in love with Peggy despite seeing them in the same room once at that point was incredibly rushed. The whole love triangle thing with Peggy was so hamfisted and rushed, too. Isn't there some sort of TV trope or literature archetype were female characters inexplicably are drawn to other male characters in the story just to force a romantic relationship? Why did this show need that? The scientist guy was a pretty funny actor but why did he have to be a love interest to Peggy? The Souza thing kind of makes sense since the first season was him fawning over her the whole season and then when she finally gave him a shot he blew her off because he was thinking she was a traitor, so this second season was like his second chance with her, except they wrote it completely backwards and instead had Peggy play the role of homewrecker which was completely retarded.

The villain was pretty bad, too. It just didn't feel like she accomplished anything other than fucking over that council. Was that supposed to be HYDRA? I haven't looked at the timelines between this show and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. but that emblem on the key seems like it was A-shaped like when AoS did that reveal that HYDRA was a centuries-old secret society that always based its logo off that A-shape. Plus when she got filled full of the zero matter she did fuck-all with it. No power drunk rampage, they just had her off-screen completely until the finale when they opened the rift. The inclusion of OG Black Widow was pretty lazy, too. She shows up in the premiere, then is basically forgotten about, then somehow shows up in a detention center in California? And then they do the legwork to try and turn her into a sympathetic anti-hero and just write her back out of the show before the finale by having her murder a cop in cold blood. What the fuck?

It was also funny as all fuck to see Louie show up and inexplicably play a major role, too! I just couldn't take him seriously doing his fake eye-talian shtick. It was probably for the best this show got canceled, though, since I read what was supposed to be the synopsis for the third season and it being about Peggy going to Europe and discovering her dead brother is still alive and is apparently super evil now (HYDRA?) just made me roll my eyes.

After that I went back to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for the fifth season and watched the first two episodes. What the fuck is this? Suddenly AoS is Doctor Who with them waking up on abandoned space station run over with killer aliens and then it's revealed that they actually travelled hundreds(?) of years into the future where Earth was destroyed and the Kree are keeping humanity alive. It totally can't be a coincidence that this show and both Fringe in their fifth season did a huge time jump where humanity is enslaved by the aliens that have been in the background the entire series and our group of heroes now have to figure out how to overthrow the aliens so they can travel back to their own time. Also I guess Fitz didn't get abducted with them because reasons? I'm guessing they're going to explain why eventually since he's still listed in the opening credits but it seems stupid to draw out this manufactured mystery for so long. Oh well, hopefully it gets better but after two episodes I already hate this new setting so hopefully the entire season doesn't take place in this setting.

>>405945
I think the assembly cut remedies the terrible CGI because they change the alien so that they didn't need to use the terrible green-screen FX with the alien in motion and instead could use practical FX. It's been awhile, though, so maybe the AC still has bad CGI.
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Dale Gribble - Mon, 21 Jan 2019 06:49:37 EST ID:+gM2VvxF No.405960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>new Shameless
Show is utter shit now, Didn't laugh once. Guess it's time to bail. Very sad, since it was my #1 fav for a while.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 21 Jan 2019 18:09:17 EST ID:OR/Yo4mj No.405965 Report Quick Reply
Started on The Good Place since it's a Michael Schur show and I'm almost done with season 1. It's pretty good so far and I like the humor of the contrasting personalities of Chidi and Eleanor or basically good vs. bad. Ted Danson also is a surprisingly good fit as the Architect.

BORTLES
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genophyte - Mon, 21 Jan 2019 18:57:02 EST ID:cdD4rABo No.405967 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>405838
Just started this today.

What you said is completely on point, but so far 5 episodes in and it's like the wonder years ,meets my so called life ,meets degrassi high , meets a slightly more serious kids in the hall set in 1980-2017
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Black Dynamite - Mon, 21 Jan 2019 20:21:00 EST ID:aSwQcWzm No.405970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>405948
>Sure, but they didn't cut back to an sort of animatronic rabbit puppet every other ten seconds. It's so disorienting that you think there is multiple aliens again.

True. The alien puppet actually looked pretty cool until they slapped the CG lighting on it. The end result is baaaaad.


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