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!lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 01:09:19 EST RBdu29nx No.409630
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Continuing from the previous thread >>405082, bump the thread with what movies and television you are currently watching.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 01:23:42 EST RBdu29nx No.409631 Reply
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>13 Reasons Why s03e01-7

Watched the first half of the new season. I like it a bit more than season 2 but it's not saying much since I feel like they should have just kept this show as a miniseries instead of extending it beyond the source material of the first season like The Leftovers and Big Little Lies did. I'm at least intrigued by the season's central mystery of who killed Bryce but on the other hand I really don't like Ani and how she's supposed to be such an obvious replacement for Hannah and as a foil to Clay. Although I will say that trying to cover up Tyler trying to go Columbine on Liberty High and hiding his mental health issues even though they're trying to help him get better is a very bad idea.

>Parasite

What a brilliantly constructed and well acted comedy-drama that was both funny but also kind of fucked up especially the whole twist of Moon-kwang revealing the secret bunker and the whole ending with her husband's stabbing spree at that birthday party. I really hope this wins Best Foreign Film at the Oscars.
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Jean-luc Godard - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 02:58:26 EST fOLNLDzU No.409634 Reply
>>409630
Fuck this stupid show and how it glamorizes suicide.

I already thought less of you, Higgins, because of you refusing to ever watch The Wire, but now I think even less of you for indulging in this shit.
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Jack Deth - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 05:34:52 EST KB205V7l No.409636 Reply
>>409634
I hate Netflix and shows for teens as much as the next guy, but the overreactions to this show glamorizing suicide is hilarious. If some mopey emo cunt wants to check out of life, let the cunt.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 09:51:28 EST xhxvOQyY No.409641 Reply
>>409634
Just because I watch one show you don't like over another, which I've never said I refuse to watch but I just don't have time to watch it, doesn't make me think any less of you either dude. I like posting about shows and movies I watch and modding on here so I at least have respect for posters such as yourself who have opinions about what me or other posters watch on here because it at least allows for discussion and debate.

>Fuck this stupid show and how it glamorizes suicide.

Yeah it does but it's a TV show. You could say this about any other show that glamorizes certain things like murder, drug dealing, promiscuous sex, and vice versa.

>>409636
Yeah it's pretty overblown and I disagree with Netflix having to alter content after the fact.
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Saul Tigh - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 02:47:35 EST gm1t/p9p No.409675 Reply
>>409634
I think your suicide would be pretty glamorous.

On topic, catching up on the last four seasons of Bob's Burgers. They're really cranking it out.
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Han Solo - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 03:40:18 EST XqPvvCzx No.409676 Reply
>>409675
>Defending some shitty teen drama shlock to such a degree that you tell someone to kill them self

Take a step back and reassess your life, my man.
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Takeshi Kitano - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 06:27:28 EST +OFZtSYI No.409684 Reply
>>409681
Don't know about that, but it's getting there for sure. Only with more musical numbers.
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Takeshi Kitano - Thu, 29 Aug 2019 06:33:53 EST +OFZtSYI No.409685 Reply
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>Snowfall

So the show is in the back-half of its third season and god damn... it's fucking fantastic. Big F's for John Singleton but he left us with a masterpiece!

This is probably the best depiction of the crack epidemic in 80's Los Angeles. The inclusion of the CIA is right there from the get go and it doesn't pull any punches.

I'd say some more about it, but I don't want to spoil a thing.
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Tara Maclay - Sat, 31 Aug 2019 02:29:53 EST XqPvvCzx No.409754 Reply
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Binging the Nightmare on Elm Street movies before Shudder removes them. Through the first three so far. I forgot how much cool imagery the first one has. The second one feels like a weird facsimile, though. Even disregarding all of the homoeroticism of it, the main actor does such a shitty job and the story is really fucking dumb outside of the concept of Freddy possessing a living person in order to control them outside of their dreams. The whole pool party scene at the end is fucking ridiculous, too. It does have some really cool visuals sprinkled in throughout, though, so it's not a complete disaster, but it still feels like the worst one of the series.

The third one is fucking wild, though, and is really damn entertaining. The only thing I didn't like was how in the first half or so Freddy has some really imaginative ways to use his powers to kill, but then in the second half all he does is just stab people once to kill them. Not sure if they ran out of money for special effects or what, but that was weird. Looking forward to watching the 4th one next since I recall it being a direct sequel to this one.
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Kirito - Sun, 01 Sep 2019 23:57:48 EST T7yLH+oq No.409828 Reply
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Just watched Whiplash. Really intense movie. The cinematography and really every aspect of the movie in terms of technicality is really awesome.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 00:45:26 EST r+V+cAxw No.409834 Reply
>13 Reasons Why s03e08-13

This season was on par with last and was mediocre but a bit better in playing up the season’s overarching theme of being able to ask for help but there was still a lot of bad that outweighed the good like why the fuck would they humanize Bryce after he raped Hannah, Jessica and others? I get that they’re trying to show how he’s trying to change his life and make amends for his mistakes that he made but that’s like humanizing privileged white teen rapists like Brock Turner. Really sends a bad message. Also didn’t like the addition of Ani as basically being the show’s narrator and voice of conscious when she had a relationship with Bryce and trying to even defend him. At least next season will be the last though because after having watched Euphoria and then this, it’s like night and day.

>Home Alone 4

Randomly watched this on Youtube since it was one of my recommended videos for some reason. It’s what I expected for a TV movie but how can they have someone named Marv look exactly like Harry and not be named? That weirded me out. I did think Kevin’s room was cool though.

>The Handmaid’s Tale s03e06 & 7 - Household & Under His Eye

Resumed watching season 3 and seeing DC under Gilead was a cool visual with the ending of the Washington Monument being turned from an obelisk to a cross. Also the Swiss can’t be that stupid, despite their neutrality, to even want to consider having Canada return Nichole back to Gilead right? I mean I get Fred is trying to use some bullshit propaganda out of North Korea’s handbook but it’s fucking hard to suspend my disbelief that Canada would even consider an extradition treaty unless they were being militarily threatened or something? They said Gilead had a powerful military but is it any more powerful than China or Russia or another country? I would imagine there would be economic sanctions against them but they really haven’t dived into the perception of Gilead from a world perspective.
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Ed Tom Bell - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 10:30:01 EST gyYRmShX No.409843 Reply
>>409834
>Higgy has watched every season of 13 reasons why

just watch the wire already, please.
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G'Kar - Mon, 02 Sep 2019 17:16:39 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.409851 Reply
>>409846
Yeah that shitty show looks like it's made for mopey teenage girls... on the other hand, so does Meg Mog and Owl
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James Cromwell - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 21:33:19 EST 36uFhQGN No.409885 Reply
Last night I got drunk and watched Young Frankenstein
now I'm getting drunk and watching Airplane!
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Leatherface - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 23:56:33 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.409892 Reply
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>>409885
The other day I got drunk and watched Airplane II: The Sequel and it was pretty disappointing, William Shatner was okay. At least I was drunk.
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Jon Pertwee - Wed, 04 Sep 2019 00:34:13 EST b0xyTkTC No.409893 Reply
>>409892
Airplane II was a shameless cashgrab. Zucker, Abrahams and Zuckerhad nothing to do with it.

First Airplane holds up though, that movie is fucking hilarious.
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Myka Bering - Wed, 04 Sep 2019 05:08:08 EST hTy6Z3G6 No.409897 Reply
<Mr Mercedes s2

As a fan of the books I enjoyed the first season and am really enjoying that they're continuing the Brady storyline in the second season season as well as incorporating elements from the second book in the trilogy. For the most part it's a very subdued show while really using the last 10-15 minutes of an episode to ramp up the tension without feeling like a cheap cliffhanger.

The cast is great and I absolutely love the inclusion of Jack Houston to the main cast.
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Skwisgaar Skwigelf - Wed, 04 Sep 2019 23:11:38 EST x7Mc3Mwx No.409915 Reply
If you haven't already, give Mr. Inbetween (crime/drama) a watch. Second season coming soon and I'd like to see it get more attention.
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Douglas Adams - Thu, 05 Sep 2019 06:43:33 EST yZmk0Dc9 No.409917 Reply
>>409915
Mr. Inbetween is a fun lil surprise. It's dark af, but it has heart, emotional depth, and a touch of being goofy.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 05-09-2019 14:17:02
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Douglas Adams - Thu, 05 Sep 2019 15:32:24 EST yZmk0Dc9 No.409922 Reply
>>409917
Ray's daughter is my favorite character. She's such a sweet little extortionist. Her swear jar without the jar is a funny reoccurring bit.

Has anyone seen the mockumentary it's based on, The Magician? Having a hell of a time tracking it down.
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Sweet Dee - Fri, 06 Sep 2019 19:22:12 EST /9Yhd0Zu No.409941 Reply
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Watching "the Night comes for us."

A littlebit like a toned down version of the Raid,
but its awesome!

Next on my list:
"The Legend of the drunken Master"
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Arsene Lupin III - Fri, 06 Sep 2019 21:48:00 EST 36uFhQGN No.409946 Reply
Finished The Boys, loved it a lot, can't wait for the next season. Good shit.
About done with season 1 of The Tick (2016), thoroughly enjoying this as well. The actor playing The Tick really nailed something good imo, somehow making "guy is dumb lol" into something richer.
Also finished up Dark Crystal, loved that but I was an easy win for them, they'd have to have really botched it for me to dislike it. But I think they did an excellent job and I'd be curious about response from younger folks who weren't exposed to the original Dark Crystal.
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Chandler Bing - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 00:34:01 EST b0xyTkTC No.409949 Reply
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>>409941
Ridiculous movie. Check out "The Villainess" too.
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Donald Glover - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 04:34:27 EST x7Mc3Mwx No.409951 Reply
>>409917
Ray is such a hardass but it's great to see the difference in character when he's around his kid. I find that difference even more striking when he does his smiling staredown when he's considering doing something awful to someone who just said or done the wrong thing to him.
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Peter Griffin - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 07:00:04 EST oCbo4izk No.409955 Reply
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>South Side & Sherman's Showcase
Bashir Salahuddin is straight killing it lately.

South Side is a surprise of a comedy that kinda slides jokes in beneath the actual jokes. It's got heart for sure. It's about two best friends graduating community collage and still being stuck working their dead end jobs at a Rent To Own company while eternally looking for the next side hustle.

Sherman's Showcase sold me on it's framing device alone; each episode is an infomercial about a fictional Soul Train-type show with a different IRL musician hosting various clips from the show set to a theme. There are tons of comedy music numbers and interviews. Grade A mockumentary stuff.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 23:10:56 EST RBdu29nx No.409963 Reply
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>The Handmaid’s Tale s03e08-13

The season really got a hell of a lot better once June decided to save the children and smuggle them to Canada. Also seeing Serena and Fred get fucked by the ICC felt good to see. They deserve it for all the shit they've done. Only problem is how an unrecognized sovereign state like Gilead will respond.

>The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 2

I really enjoyed this season especially whenever it's focused on Abe and Susie since Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein are great comedic actors. I mean Midge is alright but this is one of those shows where the show is more interesting for its supporting characters than its main character as much as Midge's standup is pretty good and I'm glad that she finally came out with being a comedienne but seriously what the fuck was she thinking going back to Joel? I think up until the last scene of this season, it was pretty good but I feel like that left a bad taste but I at least would be interested in seeing where they go with Midge's standup tour in Europe opening for Shy Baldwin.

Now watching the final season of Orange is the New Black.
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Gaear Grimsrud - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 02:20:37 EST Y44HTeSc No.409970 Reply
>>409963
CHiggs do you ever watch anything that isn't fucking garbage? Serious question
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Wes Anderson - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 02:35:40 EST oCbo4izk No.409972 Reply
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>>409970
It seems to me that it's less about watching trash and more about seeing something through to the end despite how shitty it may become in later seasons.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 07:41:56 EST RBdu29nx No.410004 Reply
>>409969
In a way yes considering she's surrounded by much more interesting characters but Rachel Brosnahan does a tremendous job playing Midge.

>>409970
Award winning and critically acclaimed garbage you mean.

>>409972
Depends on the show though. For a show like Orange is the New Black, the newer seasons have been alright maybe not as good as the first few seasons but I'm at least least invested in the show's characters that they've built up.

>>409995
It's one of Amazon Prime Video's best shows so it's certainly worth a watch.

>>409996
Also depends on the promotion. Promotions like AEW, GCW, Impact and NJPW are all pretty good right now whereas promotions like WWE and ROH are not.
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Tom Cruise - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 17:59:44 EST I9XtkShq No.410012 Reply
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>>410004
>Award winning and critically acclaimed garbage you mean.
don't play
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Elijah Wood - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 20:33:03 EST EyReSX4u No.410017 Reply
>>410013
So what you're saying is that one time young Chiggins' mother came home with a black man and that scarred Chiggy for life and now he refuses to watch The Wire and watches shitty tween dramas instead to repress the memories?
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Francis Ford Coppola - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 21:42:55 EST 9Oh2a4gN No.410019 Reply
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>>410014
Don't start trying to act black now you spastic, I've seen your posts on /nom/
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James Quall - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 22:41:48 EST f4Ot2UEO No.410020 Reply
I just got around to watching the Mule. It's entertaining. It's really hacky but that's what keeps me hooked. It's well made and Clint Eastwood is still really charismatic even in his "get off my lawn" years. It is very transparently an elderly white man's fantasy, I feel like this and Gran Torino could be the MCU for the VFW crowd.
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Bolt Vanderhuge - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 19:10:39 EST unyx9PSH No.410049 Reply
Checking out Apostle by recommendation of >>409984
Assumed it would be a series for some reason, not a full length movie (pleasantly surprised). Only some minutes in but really enjoying the mood so far, at least so far I'm pegging it as Lovecraftian done well.
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Master Chief - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 09:14:17 EST gyYRmShX No.410053 Reply
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>Aquaman

God damn DC movies are just fucking terrible. Keep the Wonder Woman movies, dump EVERYTHING else.
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Lois Lane - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 13:15:36 EST unyx9PSH No.410056 Reply
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>>410049
So I finished it last night, didn't stay as good as it started, but it was worth watching through at least.
Started out really good, was a nice gradual shift into "oh shit weird cult".
Started turning a bit when it threw some too cliché horror movie scary interrupts
Like when he gets back to his room after investigating at night, the key wounding and bleeding him is fine and good, nice implication, but the blood moving into the floorboards and the randy ghoul-grandma having an orgasm licking the drops up was just silly, totally fucked with the mood.
Also after squeezing through randy grandmas lazy blood & gore river he just totally switches into this new character,
it was nice with him being quiet tortured soul that had seen things, it could've been left untouched, but suddenly he's another cliché edgy god-denyer after hardly saying a word unneeded prior to this moment.
Also damn at the end, the ranting "bad guy" just keeps aiming his shotgun at the gals and putting it down again, and it's not eve motivated, he's already said he wants to keep them as forced-breeders then aims the gun again, doesn't make sense.If the intended effect is that he's supposed to be stoned on cannabis and keeps forgetting he wants to keep them alive then they succeeded.

There was a lot of good, just easier to notice what's bad, and there was a linear increase of bad to good in ratio as the movie went on.
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Principal Scudworth - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 14:42:07 EST //gPMxQV No.410057 Reply
>>410055
>That film was awesome.
More "pretty good" than awesome.
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Terrence Winters - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 17:42:15 EST 8j0CrmPV No.410060 Reply
>>410055
is that the one with the guy from the shaq-fu video game?
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Donnie Darko - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 19:03:50 EST 7vEul4pn No.410148 Reply
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>>409630
watched ANNA and seriously disappointed about the lack of proper gore.

Not even a drop of blood.

Or did I watch a censored version?
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Stan Marsh - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 20:08:00 EST bSvC2ARl No.410151 Reply
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Finished up the new Netflix Original The I-Land. I have to recommend it. It's only a limited series, 7 episodes.

Very reminiscent of Lost because... An Island. Was kind of thinking at first this what Lost should have been if it didn't go full Sci-Fi. Was completely wrong. Quite possibly takes the concept of Lost and refines and expands on it. Highly recommended.

Binged watch season 3-4 of Superstore. Back to season 1 and onwards for the new season coming Next Thursday. One of my favorite comedy/sitcoms in a very long time.

Been watching Battlestar Galatica and HANNA on Amazon Prime too.
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Eddie Murphy - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 01:12:49 EST oCbo4izk No.410159 Reply
>>410151
To each their own and all that, but The I-Land is terrible.
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Jadzia Dax - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 02:16:51 EST F1g2Gd8+ No.410160 Reply
Just want to chime in and say netflix is scum, trash, and will be viewed in the future as some kind of creepy propaganda outlet and those who watch it viewed as braindead propaganda victims
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Lindsey Brigman - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 02:18:15 EST 4LJsvqca No.410161 Reply
>>410160
Netflix is trash and shit but how is it a propaganda outlet exactly?
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Abel Ferrara - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 05:23:49 EST IBJAbzvX No.410162 Reply
>>410161
either a schizo or russian, learn to ignore weirdos online
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Johnny Caspar - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 06:07:04 EST MLJRmUx+ No.410163 Reply
>>410161
if they're gonna make wild accusations with no explanation, ignore em
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Tyrion Lannister - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 06:29:11 EST CNOpcd97 No.410164 Reply
>>410160
You dont have to wait for the future, it's already happening now. They are so blatant about it. At least in the past they would slip in ideas and values that would serve their political agenda, now the entire show is about it. Disney+ is coming and everyone here is going to eat their shit with big smile on their face.
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Slab Bulkhead - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 07:45:15 EST oa2mmJAW No.410165 Reply
All content is propaganda. Even this post is propagandising the idea that all content is propaganda. It's inescapable.

I don't know what Tadzia and Tyrion are objecting to specifically but most of the Netflix-original content I've seen has been propaganda for that bland, unchallenging passive consumerist American lifestyle.

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