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- Sat, 04 Jul 2020 01:34:28 EST +vUMtM0L No.415711
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Old thread dead, watchin jojo
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Ashley Scott - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 10:36:22 EST oa2mmJAW No.415756 Reply
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I don't know why the poster for this looks like some "Look who's talking" or "Ghost Police Dog Adventure" tier shit put together by the director's nephew who isn't really that into graphic design but knows how to open Adobe Photoshop and they thought he'd be a cheap option plus it gives him some exposure and he's not going to get a decent job any other way, but the film is actually pretty decent.
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Ashley Scott - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 10:58:00 EST oa2mmJAW No.415757 Reply
It's definitely not a rom-com.
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Sansa Stark - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 15:49:29 EST RrFeXdjJ No.415759 Reply
>>415756
I heard that it was a blunder which is a shame because I like Jon Stewart
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Charlie Kaufman - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 18:59:22 EST gyYRmShX No.415760 Reply
>>415756
I’d break my dick off inside Rose Byrne but she does not look good on this poster.
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Emma Watson - Wed, 08 Jul 2020 20:44:19 EST oO3BtMJ6 No.415761 Reply
>>415756
So, because it was directed by John Stewart, they forced Steve Carrell to get a make-over so he'd be a John Stewart lookalike?
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Magnus Eisenhardt - Thu, 09 Jul 2020 14:46:00 EST RrFeXdjJ No.415763 Reply
>>415761
You do know that Steve Carrell got his start on the daily show right? They are good good friends. Carrell was hired alongside Colbert and were on the daily show since the late 90s
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Michelle Forbes - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 05:38:16 EST O6Bl26Df No.415766 Reply
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Watching GREASE
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Ryan Atwood - Mon, 13 Jul 2020 06:53:15 EST rK26ZYsO No.415768 Reply
just started watching Supernatural after being suggested it for years now
also finishing s1 of Narcos
all netflix bayBEEEEE
>>415711
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Kenny Powers - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 08:45:38 EST oa2mmJAW No.415792 Reply
>>415761
What? He just looks like Steve Carrell to me.

>>415759
There's some parts in it that feel a bit... unfinished? Like the writers had some ideas they didn't develop fully. I wouldn't call it a blunder. I thought it was worth watching.
What pissed people off is probably that it doesn't paint the republicans or the democrats in very positive lights, it's trying to make "the people" the good guys and anyone who feels strongly political won't take well to that. But the production team didn't want to fully commit to that, knowing it would piss people off, so in the end the moral that it's a vehicle for is watered down.
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Sam Winchester - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:26:41 EST VcWyE1c2 No.415793 Reply
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Who watched BNA? AKA: That other furry anime.

I was very disappointed. I didn't exactly have any expectations going in, hadn't really herd much besides a friend recommending it. Every plot "twist" was easily predictable at the first hint given so nothing came as a surprise besides the VERY last twist. Shit was all over the fucking place too.

I just wanted a furry buddy cop show that too much to ask? What did you guys think?
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Jerry Lundegaard - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:15:32 EST +vUMtM0L No.415794 Reply
>>415793
Christ Netflix is pumping out a lot of furry shit, there is one anime where some dudes girlfriend is a literal cat. I've watched Kipo though and that was pretty good.
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Sam Winchester - Tue, 14 Jul 2020 13:32:04 EST VcWyE1c2 No.415795 Reply
>>415794
Oh yeah and I finished She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. That was some quality shit. Do recommend.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 11:27:20 EST VTTgKRPL No.415806 Reply
I watched the first volume of the Unsolved Mysteries reboot on Netflix. I thought the cases were interesting (especially the Dupont de Ligonnès murders) and that each episode is dedicated to one case instead of 4 cases an episode. The downside is without a host like Robert Stack introducing and narrating it, it's really doesn't stand out from the other true crime docuseries that have come out within the past few years.
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Jamie Lannister - Sat, 18 Jul 2020 01:50:59 EST KzxI0VgB No.415853 Reply
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i miss these threads. remember the argument between a movie/cinema BWW VS the tv/general? there was some HUGE fight about it

there was a cinema discussion thread that was like 350+ replies, i used to enjoy posting there after watching a movie. Man I really used to like this place! it's a shame what the internet has become

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User is currently banned from all boards
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Cecil B. DeMille - Sun, 19 Jul 2020 10:46:32 EST rhU65AhG No.415869 Reply
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Just watched Love Liza. It's not a great movie but there's something about it I found amusing. It's kinda dark but also funny. A depressed widower (Philip Seymour Hoffman) takes up RC planes as a hobby to have an excuse for why he always smells like the gasoline he's secretly huffing.

I want more movies like this and Leaving Las Vegas. Anyone know of any?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 10:13:16 EST VTTgKRPL No.415899 Reply
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Binged season 4 of Better Things this past week. It's definitely one of the best comedies on television right now and all the credit to Pamela Adlon for her creative vision and breaking away from Louis CK and this show not just being a female version of Louie. I find it refreshing watching a show that is non-linear and free flowing in terms of plot but also has its funny moments like the scene where Sam and Max were calling each other cunts back and forth and emotional ones too.

The show's characters are sort of assholes in their own way but for Max, Frankie, and Duke, it at least makes sense as they're just being typical teenage girls. I appreciate how Max and Frankie are objectively less awful this season, with a little more maturity and and little more self-awareness. Duke on the other hand not so much though the scene in the season finale where she talked to that ghost (possibly a future version of her) was endearing.

Now watching Dead to Me.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 22-07-2020 10:13:48
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Twayne Boneraper - Wed, 22 Jul 2020 12:40:26 EST +ujpbt55 No.415902 Reply
Watched all of The Last Dance over the last few days now that it's on Netflix. Absolutely fantastic sports documentary.
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Ramírez - Sat, 25 Jul 2020 01:21:56 EST vO7SoUGE No.415936 Reply
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Relic.

Really great horror/drama about aging and dementia. Recommended if you liked Heredity or the Silent Hill games.
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Louis C.K. - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 02:07:03 EST 13yI13yv No.415939 Reply
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A great watch if you're into Brit politics and all the Brexit shenanigans.

Cumberbatch brilliant as usual.
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Peter Griffin - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 06:51:21 EST vC0VLmUe No.415941 Reply
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I fucking love this stupid fucking show
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David Simon - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 08:33:00 EST MX0xZFix No.415956 Reply
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I’ve been meaning to get around to this for awhile - What We Do in the Shadows on FX/Hulu. I loved the movie and thought the concept would wear thin making a whole series out of it - I was wrong. This show is solid gold.
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Cobra Commander - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 19:11:09 EST pu3U9BlY No.415960 Reply
>>415956
Also check out the other spin-off Wellington Paranormal
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Hei - Mon, 27 Jul 2020 23:56:08 EST zdeXk91J No.415961 Reply
>>415956
I felt the same way. It doesn't try to replace the movie and there are even some great callbacks to it. Technically all the characters are new but they all fall into the same archetypes as the movie, with the exception of Nadja and Gizmo being new additions.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 30 Jul 2020 11:50:40 EST VTTgKRPL No.415978 Reply
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>Dead to Me season 1 and 2

Got caught up on Dead to Me. At first, I thought that this show wasn't going to be good considering that I realized that the show's main storyline in season 1 was similar to Flaked's main storyline in the 1st season but in the inverse. Although by the end of season 1 after Jen found out Judy had killed Jen's husband and Jen killed Judy's ex-fiance Steve, I was hooked and season 2 got a lot more interesting especially that cliffhanger ending of Steve's identical twin brother Ben plowing his car into Jen and Judy and leaving them for dead. The show's dark comedy and friendship between Jen and Judy definitely helps to elevate the show as one of Netflix's best comedies, it's almost like a dark comedy version of Big Little Lies. I was surprised at how many Emmy nominations the show received (although I think James Marsden should have gotten on for Best Supporting Actor) though Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini's strong performances certainly warrant their nominations.

>Atypical season 3

This show resonates with me especially with how a lot of what Sam goes through I can relate to especially having a comedic Indian-American friend. I thought it was a pretty good season though and they do a good job of mixing the funny and sad moments together like the whole dinner party that Paige was trying to avoid getting out of control and Evan & Casey's breakup.

>Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 4

The final season was pretty much everything I ended up expecting it to be with happy endings for Titus, Lilian, Jacqueline, and Kimmy. For being Netflix's first original comedy series, it definitely ended up succeeding where I think it would have failed had it ended up airing on NBC.
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Buffy Summers - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 21:32:04 EST 13yI13yv No.416033 Reply
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Was prepared to hate this because of all the hype (and Seven Psychopaths being pure shit), but it's quite the masterpiece.
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Russel Crowe - Mon, 03 Aug 2020 12:11:48 EST QvLSI1NB No.416035 Reply
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Tokyo olympiad is pretty good. It reminds me of baracka but better.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 04:07:29 EST 34B4A7Ba No.416041 Reply
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This was really good and the subversion of the whodunnit genre revealing who the killer was half way through the movie was well done, even though I thought I had figured it out.

Then I went onto moviechat to see what people were saying and it was "Rian Jonson did the last jedi, I hope this sucks" or "This movie promotes white genocide". FFS america
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Cora Peterson - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 17:32:40 EST MX0xZFix No.416046 Reply
>>415936
Oooh man, I finally watched this and I really agree with what jay on RLM said. It’s so fucking good, but also one of the most crushing things I’ve ever watched. I still feel it 2 days later.
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Meryl Streep - Tue, 04 Aug 2020 18:07:48 EST GgHWFtHt No.416047 Reply
>>416041


Knives out was really good. Made white people really bad on their hypocrisy, but that was sort of the point.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 07:21:57 EST 34B4A7Ba No.416051 Reply
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>>416047
I don't think it was particularly against white people, but rich people in general.

It had echoes of An Inspector Calls which obviously has enough of a universal theme that it was remade for a modern Chinese audience a few years back (good film too)
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Stan Smith - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 11:45:43 EST GgHWFtHt No.416052 Reply
>>416051
Probably right, I saw it as a not so subtle way to target t rich white woke privalege folks from all kinds of the political spectrum. Still bretty good.
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 13:39:07 EST 34B4A7Ba No.416053 Reply
>>416052
I think the family were portrayed as mostly arrogant white right wingers (the pointed conversation about immigrants for example and """american culture""") but there was a hint of woke hypocrisy from the daughter character when she phones her on behest of her family, and also the scene where Marta says "i'll make sure you're ok" to her which inda exposed how fake charity can be sometimes
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Pokka !!4vMEXnV5 - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 11:24:36 EST 34B4A7Ba No.416064 Reply
>>416063
As much as I liked the film, I felt like it would be one of those standalone deals. I kinda felt that Craig, although he wasn't offensive, was the weakest part of the film. His accent was distracting
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Bryan Fuller - Fri, 07 Aug 2020 15:54:41 EST Wy31aP9a No.416065 Reply
>>416064
Oh, come on now. It wasnt that bad. The good thing is the Knives Out 2 is going to be a totally differnt setting. Just daniel re-prising his role as the detective.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 09:26:58 EST bhMxdjnm No.416074 Reply
>Doom Patrol S02E09 - Wax Patrol
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 09:30:04 EST bhMxdjnm No.416075 Reply
>>416074
Woops, must have pressed something and posted early.

This season has been pretty good, a bit fragmented in that it's more monster-of-the-week rather than working towards the one goal in the first, although it still was there, just more in the background. Based on the last episode, if it wasn't cut short, I think this season might've been better than the first. It didn't have as bad parts as the first season, but it also wasn't as great. I think the potential was there in the finale. I really hope it gets renewed, because it's probably the best capeshit show I've seen.
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Tywin Lannister - Sat, 08 Aug 2020 10:41:45 EST mWZusHfK No.416076 Reply
Watchin umbrella academy season 2. I really like season 1..i think. This kinda sucks
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 15:38:00 EST bhMxdjnm No.416087 Reply
I guess this is probably the best place to ask because it doesn't warrant a new thread, but has anybody seen Twin Peaks? I heard it can be similar in tone to Life is Strange, which is why I was looking into it, but it sounds like it wasn't received well on release and now some people like it. Is it that nobody saw it was good back then, or was it "so bad it's good" like The Room? Because I'm not really a fan of the latter kind of movie.
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Toby Jones - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 15:47:52 EST oa2mmJAW No.416088 Reply
>>416087
it doesn't have any prepubescent girls in so you won't be interested
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Ludacris - Sun, 09 Aug 2020 17:23:17 EST C2GSMW5j No.416089 Reply
>>416087
>enjoying Life is Strange
Christ your taste in everything is awful
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Anton Chigurh - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 11:41:18 EST Z7G/g4pz No.416097 Reply
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Rewatching one of my all time favorites
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 13 Aug 2020 04:29:23 EST bhMxdjnm No.416122 Reply
>>416119
I'm only playing through the second one now.

I also watched the pilot of Twin Peaks last night, the 90 minute one. I think there's a 2 hour version that's like a movie, but also has spoilers or something.

I enjoyed the episode, it was pretty intriguing. I'm not sure when it's supposed to be set, but I do like shows from that kind of time period, before mobile phones were everywhere and everything. I think it makes it easier to build suspense because you can't just call the police in a dangerous situation, and usually have to find out stuff from another person.

I did get confused a bit as to what characters were who though at some points, because I usually recognise characters by who they're dating in shows like this, but it seems like every character in the pilot had two different relationships, so I read an episode recap on the Wiki just to make sure I had it down. I did really want to rewatch the episode though, I just didn't have time. Like I didn't realise that James the biker was the same guy that Donna looked at in the classroom and met the gas station guy, as well as that Bobby was Laura's boyfriend and was also dating the waitress, I thought they were two different people. I'm guessing Bobby wasn't at training coz he was with that waitress though? It's not too bad though, and I think I'll be fine with the second episode now I know who everyone is.
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Alex - Fri, 14 Aug 2020 20:09:30 EST 13yI13yv No.416134 Reply
>>416041
>Then I went onto moviechat to see what people were saying
This is why movie critics are actually necessary..
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 16 Aug 2020 18:34:13 EST bhMxdjnm No.416162 Reply
>Twin Peaks S01E02

This episode didn't feel as good, although that's probably because it was half the length of the pilot, so not as much stuff could fit in. I recognised basically all of the characters in this episode except I couldn't tell the difference between Laura Palmer's father and the other businessman that's fucking the logging mill lady, but they were in back-to-back scenes later on so I could sorta tell. Also when that dude showed up in the Palmer house and the Mom freaked out, I'm guessing this is where the supernatural shit starts? That part was weird. Also I reckon the psychologist doesn't have the part of the locket that was buried, but Laura gave out lockets to everyone she's fucking. From what I can tell so far, that's Bobby, James, the psychologist and the trucker dude that beats his wife.
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Dr. Zoidberg - Mon, 17 Aug 2020 01:27:08 EST DWhXIcNF No.416163 Reply
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>Spree

This was a funny horror/thriller. I won't say much about it other than to say it's about streaming and feels like the evolution of the found footage genre.
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Dominic Cobb - Wed, 19 Aug 2020 21:58:21 EST qpZppAMk No.416186 Reply
>X-Files
rewatching season 6 again cause bored
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Sister Mary Eunice - Thu, 20 Aug 2020 14:23:02 EST nNbPiSqf No.416205 Reply
New Half in the Bag just dropped!
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Chihuahua - Mon, 24 Aug 2020 13:45:09 EST MZ4bbqsr No.416269 Reply
>>416205
is it just me or is redlettermedia not as magical anymore? maybe im fatigued
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Steven Speilberg - Tue, 25 Aug 2020 23:03:09 EST iWQLxaU9 No.416271 Reply
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South Park best of character compilations.
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Oolong - Mon, 31 Aug 2020 23:16:48 EST GgHWFtHt No.416389 Reply
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Didn't know McBride came out with a new show, frankly anything Danny is fucking great, I his character being an selfless as whole.
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Kevin Flynn - Fri, 04 Sep 2020 16:35:52 EST z7kSrF5r No.416440 Reply
Apparently Peacock released the entire 8-episode season of AP Bio in one go, so I'm about to get drunk and dig into it.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sat, 05 Sep 2020 06:40:51 EST pF5a7Z7H No.416449 Reply
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I'm going through all the movies, free time, but I've seen lots of Nicolas Cage movies now, I don't mind less budgeted ones, it's all mixed in now, cavalcade railroad of hollywood nonsense passing through.
Anyway off to watch John Cusack movie now. I'm impressed by this guys second rated genus..
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Slab Bulkhead - Sat, 05 Sep 2020 18:24:15 EST z7kSrF5r No.416454 Reply
I'm Thinking Of Ending Things was so fucking weird. Yall gonna like this one.
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Stump Chunkman - Mon, 07 Sep 2020 06:12:48 EST sJlA01e5 No.416460 Reply
Finally got around to watching True Detective. Definitively worthy of the hype.

>>416449
What happened to him? I checked out his filmography because I haven't seen him in a movie for a while and it just shows a steady decline into increasingly crappy and obscure roles.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Mon, 07 Sep 2020 23:34:26 EST +b+TVVsO No.416474 Reply
>>416460
I remember hearing it a while ago so I'm not sure if it's still the case, but he did have troubles with the taxman or something so took on as many movies as he could to make money. Then he worked out that he likes the routine of working (having a place to get up and go to every day) and said he'd prefer that over sitting around drinking all day, so now he just does it to keep himself busy.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Wed, 09 Sep 2020 00:06:19 EST +b+TVVsO No.416496 Reply
>>416491
Oh sorry, I thought that's who you meant. Yeah I don't know about Cusack.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 09 Sep 2020 14:39:07 EST VTTgKRPL No.416504 Reply
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I watched Class Action Park last night. It's a pretty good documentary though I do wish they had gone into more detail on some of the rides like the The Aerodium and Battle Tanks, which had their fair share of problems.

Also finished The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 3. Not as good as the previous seasons and the ending left a lot to be desired but still pretty good nonetheless especially for Abe and Susie. Midge should have been more careful when she talked about Shy's sexuality even if it was meant to be making fun of his femininity and narcissism. The problem is that coding wasn't even a thing back in 1960 so the audience is viewing it from a 2019 context, which our interpretation of it is different than the audience at her show interprets her jokes about Shy.

And I forgot to mention it but Palm Springs is a great film, right in my top 5 films of 2020. People have compared it to Groundhog Day and while the plots are similar, the fact that Palm Springs it takes place with Nyles already within the time loop and then adding Sarah as a second character within the loop to serve as a point of navigation for the audience was a good choice by the filmmakers to help set it apart.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 10 Sep 2020 07:59:17 EST +b+TVVsO No.416516 Reply
>>416504
I've had Palm Springs downloaded since it released by only watched it today when I read this post, and it was fucking great. I was expecting something along the lines of Popstar or that Baseball movie Lonely Island did, but this was like an actual movie.

Although it did get me and my housemate into an argument, which all timeloop movies/episodes do. We live in a city so I'm sure I could entertain myself for at least 4-5 years before I'd even have to start looking for a way out, whereas she thinks she'd go crazy within a month because she'd lose all her morals. I've always been interested in other people and the way they think and their lives and stuff, so I reckon you could spend a day or two with each person and just talk to them, especially in like a retirement home or something. That, plus all the books/movies/tv I could catch up on, I think it would take a really long time before I'd go crazy if I kept my memory as normal.

I was sorta hoping with the ending that they would just get stuck in the loop and have accepted it. I thought the little credits scene with Roy was cool as well too.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Thu, 10 Sep 2020 08:41:03 EST +b+TVVsO No.416517 Reply
>>416516
Did you get anything from the nan as well, like if she was in the loop? I think it was sorta obvious she knew with her last line, but it makes her first line where she's been to more weddings than she can count make more sense. I didn't get the dinosaurs as well. I was thinking back on the movie in the shower, and I think a cool ending would be something like it fails and they're just chilling out a couple of days afterwards, but then they notice something out of place from like the first scene of the movie, like maybe the beers are a different brand or something. Make it open-ended or something. Or likely I'm reading too much into the plot of a rom-com.
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Jay Sherman - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 00:33:52 EST 5PcCbsUB No.416567 Reply
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The Man in the High Castle

been kinda binge watching this over the last week and now almost done with Season 2.
It's one of the best, most thought-provoking series I've watched in a while.
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Andrei Tarkovsky - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 04:30:32 EST kBAMJxLI No.416568 Reply
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>>415711
someone at work recommended me Cobra Kai but could only manage to get through 2 episodes.

Way too depressing for me and episode 2 makes you think you'll watch a High-School love-triangle.
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Christopher Lee - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 11:57:33 EST EmVdwzN8 No.416571 Reply
>>416567
Not trying to be rude, but what kind of thoughts?
Just curious cause it didn't have that effect on me at all
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Marceline Abadeer - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 18:29:45 EST O6Bl26Df No.416579 Reply
>>416567
Hilter conquers Britain & secures oil supplies in Middle East. And never invades School. That’s enough to change the course of history.
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Monster Carrot - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 21:59:28 EST f/vziPd8 No.416581 Reply
I'm watching Knight of Cups (2015) with Christian Bale right now really stoned etc..
and I have yet to make out anything. I mean this is great. I like to dream and think, hallucinate right off while watching and I can dream with this movie.
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Monster Carrot - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 22:11:58 EST f/vziPd8 No.416582 Reply
>>416581
Not directly at it, don't live the film. It's like art while you have things going on around you. Otherwise you could have a girlfriend over show her this movie and she would get bored watching directly at it.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 10:09:47 EST +b+TVVsO No.416593 Reply
Just watched Edge of Seventeen (the 1998 one). It was a cool little movie. I really liked how it didn't really paint any of the characters as good or bad, nobody was completely innocent of hurting anyone, except maybe Boo from OitNB's minor character. Also, I'm going to cry myself to sleep knowing that Maggie will never be married to me.
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Happy Gilmore - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 13:31:00 EST GgHWFtHt No.416596 Reply
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>>416593
Jesus, you still can't hide the fact you're a creep pedo food goblin.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 14:57:26 EST +b+TVVsO No.416599 Reply
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>>416595
>>416596
What's creepy? That I find the girl in this movie attractive or that I enjoyed a movie about coming out as a straight man?
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Clark Kent - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 22:55:39 EST 8jIoLUog No.416605 Reply
The Boys S2: I find it funny that the actress who's actually Japanese is mute while her Asian-American brother has all the Japanese lines, and it's clear that he's reciting them phonetically, stressing the wrong syllables and having a thick accent. I'd get it if the two actors looked like relatives, but they don't even look the same ethnicity.
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Karl Urban - Thu, 17 Sep 2020 00:29:34 EST GgHWFtHt No.416606 Reply
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>>415711
Watching Raise by Wolfs. It's bretty good if you're into sci-fi. Didn't known Riley Scott was a writer. It gives away since it has a Alien vibe.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 11:18:54 EST VFxduu0H No.416621 Reply
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Got caught up on the first seven episodes of Ted Lasso (episode 8 came out today). Its storyline is similar to Major League, which co-creator Bill Lawrence acknowledged, with a female pro sports team owner that inherited the team from their husband trying to tank their team for their own personal reasons (i.e. getting back at her ex), which she tries to do by hiring Ted Lasso, a college football coach at Wichita State that had a viral video.

At first, I thought it was going to be another fish out of water type show with the show's protagonist trying to mitigate the cultural differences between the US and UK getting himself into comical situations similar to The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret. The difference though is that Ted Lasso is a much more likable and honest character compared to Todd Margaret thanks to Jason Sudeikis' excellent performance and the show doing a fairly good job of building its supporting cast like Keeley, Nathan, and Roy for example. It's certainly worth a watch if you like sports comedies and Bill Lawrence's previous shows.
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Alice Murphy - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 17:31:53 EST 5d5AVBk7 No.416625 Reply
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I watched pic related last night.

funny thing is that I remember learning about pepe from this website around 2006 or 2007. I didn't use mootchan until later after this site. I remember bros here posting the full pictures of the comic, with Brett (chewbacca guy) eating pizza with the rayban sunglasses and the whole standing up to pee thing.

Fuck man those were fun times. Watching matt Furie talk about the vibe he was going for in the comics was "those years just after college when you dont really know what you're gonna do", literally where i was at that time when this meme started propagating. You need to watch this shit if you are in your 30s, it is a total memory trip

according to this documentary it's the frigging bodybuilders misc forum that spread "feels good man" but I think that's just one of the more ancient sites still online that gave them evidence. even when it's gay and agenda driven (and even though most on this site are on board with the agenda and leanings of the film creators, which I disagree with) it's still pretty interesting if not necessarily informative.

link: https://vidcloud9.com/videos/feels-good-man
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Fri, 18 Sep 2020 20:20:16 EST fNg0mvtk No.416627 Reply
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>>416625
Damn I'm old. I was on pre exodus /fit/. Good times.
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Rupert Grint - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 18:41:27 EST uNF636Ct No.416639 Reply
>>416625
I was on this board back when that happened as well. I am almost positive 420chan is where all those comics were spread first. Am I wrong to think that? I remember it way back in 2006 as well.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 20:02:58 EST RrFeXdjJ No.416641 Reply
>>416639
misc on bodybuilding.com was such a huge place for memes you have no idea
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 20:12:10 EST RrFeXdjJ No.416643 Reply
>>416625
Incredibly eye opening. The conceit of the movie is that pepe was turned into an offensive racist image in response to normies discovering it and flooding fourchan to find pictures of him. Pepe then turned into a way to disavow every racist hate-filled and offensive image as just a joke -- that you couldn't prove that anyone wasn't just kidding around. However, violence itself became a meme and this memeification of actual violence carried real life consequences. I'm only halfway through the movie and it's just getting into Trump.
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Leni Riefenstahl - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 00:59:26 EST RrFeXdjJ No.416648 Reply
>>416625
>even when it's gay and agenda driven
Intellectually I don't think you're on the same level as the film creators or others who watch this film.
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Rigby - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 10:52:53 EST 5d5AVBk7 No.416651 Reply
>>416648
I know, I'm above them, and based on the paragraph you wrote up there, you as well
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Sala Baker - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 15:35:07 EST gIL1TuQi No.416660 Reply
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>30 minutes into Cuties
>"pretty standard coming of age movie, I really don't see what all the fuss w-
>11yo ass twerking montage
DUDE! This cant be legal. I wanna go to jail
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Sala Baker - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 17:35:40 EST gIL1TuQi No.416662 Reply
OK so Cuties was quite a trip. Watching Brazil now to get all those tween butts out of my mind
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Porco Rosso - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 18:09:56 EST cIfShZh3 No.416663 Reply
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>>416660
ha I had the same reaction to it.
>Aw this ain't too bad, bunch of pearl clutching dorks getting worked up over nothing
>AW HELL WHY IS THE CAMERA PANNING INTO THEIR CROTCHES
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John "Kindergarten Cop" Kimble - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 18:32:20 EST GgHWFtHt No.416665 Reply
>>416660
I think it's funny how 2million people dislike the film, missing the entire point of the film, considering there are people whom are appalled and they don't know their daughter's do that.
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 18:59:00 EST +b+TVVsO No.416666 Reply
So last month I saw Twin Peaks recommended as similar to the game Life is Strange, so I started watching it. I went in expecting a murder mystery slice-of-life with paranormal themes, and I just finished the last episode of season 3, and what a fucking ride. I don't really know what happened in that last episode.

I think Cooper was sent back in time by David Bowie's character, but does that mean the original timeline we saw was also him going back in time, because Laura saw him and screamed in I think it was Fire Walk With Me with James. Then I think Cooper keeps trying to take her to the place with the Giant, I guess the White Lodge, but Sarah Palmer is like Bob reincarnated or evil like him, and keeps taking Laura before she can get there. In terms of that weird timeline where Diane and Cooper are at the motel, she calls him Rick so I guess he's in a different reality where he has a different name, considering Laura is different too, I have no idea what's going on there. Unless the "dream within a dream" means that none of it is real. Also, what was the deal with Audrey?

If anyone can sorta explain what I just watched, I'd appreciate it. Because I feel like I missed a lot.
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R2-D2 - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 20:07:35 EST gIL1TuQi No.416667 Reply
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>>416665
Yeah it wasn't a bad film, but I dunno. Maybe some of the butt shaking scenes shouldn't exist.
Just finished watching Brazil, might go to bed and hopefully dream about terrorist Robert De Niro in dystopian hellscape rather than any butt stuff.
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 06:33:31 EST cIfShZh3 No.416671 Reply
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>>416665
Naww, did you even watch the film? The outrage is justified.

It's not the message about child exploitation or coming of age. That's fine and something to be explored in a film medium.

Little Miss Sunshine followed this about applying beauty standards to prepubescent girls in pageant contests. It did it much better because it humanized the protagonist, just a sweet little girl who wanted to be adored and a family, vagabond as they were, who wanted to fulfill her dreams.

When it came to the pageant, it was revealed how seedy the entire shit is, just like it is in real life. Mothers pushing their daughters into these contests, clearly self-inserting their poor life choices onto their daughters who don't know any better. The protagonist in the end chose a costume which she and her family thought was beautiful but was ridiculed - thus propagating the idea that beauty in these contests were not only tasteless, but uniform and sterile.

Cuties did none of this. The tone, the central theme, the way it was directed failed in its message to the point where the viewer questioned whether it even had these in the first place. It's greatest irony is that it highlighted child exploitation by becoming a film that exploited children. And that's fucking nasty and deserving of condemnation.
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Touch Rustrod - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 07:30:58 EST 8zZWWa1b No.416672 Reply
>>416671
>by becoming a film that exploited children
So basically like every other film in the industry, just slightly more honest about it?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 10:27:05 EST /Tr1eEJh No.416675 Reply
Watched the Emmys last night. I'm glad Zendaya and Julia Garner got their Emmys but holy shit at Schitt's Creek sweeping the comedy awards categories in its final year of eligibility. Guess I should give it a watch after the final season gets upped to Netflix.
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cheewhooahwhooah - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 15:51:18 EST GmfIOY3u No.416678 Reply
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WATCH HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE
Just watched it after having watched it in my childhood. I thought I'd not feel the magic since it wasn't the first time I watched it, but while watching it I noticed how much I didn't remember was in this movie, probably because it's kind of really long. If you haven't watched this movie, or haven't watched it for like 7 years or something, then I UUUUURGE YOU TO WATCH IT
THIS MOVIE IS PURE HECKING MAGIC
ITS A MAGICAL ADVENTURE
ITS GOT A BEEEEEEAUTIFUL SOUNDTRACK
ITS GOT BEEEEEEEEEEEAUTIFUL VISUALS AND ANIMATIONS


also, please recommend me more like this movie, pleeeeeeeeeease!!!!!!!! And dont recommend me other studio ghibly or pixar movies because I probably watched all of the ones I wanted to already
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Rainer Werner Fassbinder - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 16:03:56 EST cIfShZh3 No.416679 Reply
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>>416678
Go watch Paprika. It's like an Anime Inception, only it was made several years before so it's very much its own thing. It bears striking similarities, but I won't give much away.

It's extremely underrated, if you like absurdism and manic dreamscapes, this is a film for you.
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Tate Langdon - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 16:06:46 EST GgHWFtHt No.416680 Reply
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>>416678
Can talk like a normal person brazilfag.

Anything Studio Ghibli is good. Some of favs are,

Grave of Firefiles
Kikis Delivery Service
Spirited Away
Pongo
Princess Mononoke

Basically the whole library outside Ghibli it would be.
Princess Arete
Mary and the Witches Flower

I would start with Grave of Firefiles, so many feels.
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Pete Punchbeef - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 16:54:14 EST oa2mmJAW No.416682 Reply
New season of 30 Rock

What the fuck
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Annie Edison - Mon, 21 Sep 2020 23:39:30 EST 6xwfSUHu No.416686 Reply
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>>416681
Ha. I threw it on just the other day after taking this. Idk if this is considered elitist or some shit but I really think the older cult anime is better on vhs
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Willow - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 02:27:36 EST uNF636Ct No.416690 Reply
Watched my cock bubble cum in the mirror today after watching the mandolorian trailer
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Danny Boyle - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 02:48:41 EST 5d5AVBk7 No.416691 Reply
>>415756

anyone else just not like Steve Carrel? don't HATE him, but actively dislike and distrust him as a person?
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Leeloo - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 03:09:20 EST E9/pWwLG No.416692 Reply
>>416691
He has 'but I'm a nice guy' vibe and the love interest in his films are atleast ten years younger
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Elliott - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 14:29:06 EST /Sg/O0Pm No.416698 Reply
New season of smug Cosmos starts tonight
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Alan Ball - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:03:47 EST 7VuehaRW No.416700 Reply
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>>416666
Because you have watched all three seasons and the movie you are now welcome to enjoy this astonishingly engaging and ultimate comprehensive explanation of Twin Peaks. I consider this video a "must see" upon completion of the series as it thoroughly elucidates the entire Twin Peaks and is as entertaining as it is well-researched. Even at just over 4hrs in duration, it will not feel even as long as the pilot to season 3; it is just that engaging and well-structured.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AYnF5hOhuM
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Vince Masuka - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 18:25:31 EST YpE9j1X4 No.416701 Reply
>>416700
I prefer my Lynch to make zero sense, this sounds like it would ruin my fun
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Alan Ball - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 18:46:47 EST 7VuehaRW No.416702 Reply
>>416701
David Lynch tells mysteries with imagery and intuition rather than plain English. The fun is in solving the mysteries by becoming the intuitive detective Lynch see's all of us as. He believes the clues are all laid out there to be picked up and solved. Certainly don't rob yourself of finding the clues and solving the mystery, but afterwards videos like these add to my appreciation of Lynch. However, if you're finding that everything makes zero sense then maybe before all that you need to be finding out why you're not interested in the discovering the clues.
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Fred Astaire - Tue, 22 Sep 2020 22:36:14 EST fNg0mvtk No.416703 Reply
>>416700
>>416702
I had no idea what TP was about before I saw this video. Who would've picked that up when they eat creamed corn?
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Wed, 23 Sep 2020 04:01:21 EST +b+TVVsO No.416705 Reply
>>416703
I haven't seen the video yet, but is it just that Gambrosia is creamed corn? I remember in Fire Walk With Me there's one scene where the dwarf points at the creamed corn and says "Gambrosia". That's all I can remember that hints towards that though.
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H. P. Lovecraft - Wed, 23 Sep 2020 14:50:04 EST GgHWFtHt No.416712 Reply
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>>415711
Just finished watching Console Wars. It was good, they left out a couple of stuff and I didnt know about the sabotaging that was going on. Its an interesting watch.
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Mark Cakes - Wed, 23 Sep 2020 14:51:02 EST 7VuehaRW No.416713 Reply
>>416705
Now think about who eats gambrosia and where they eat gambrosia? What do you eat a movie theater? Popped corn. What do you eat in front of the tv? Microwave dinners. What type of corn is in microwave dinners? Creamed corn. Okay, now think about what you see when characters puke. What is that disgusting substance? Also, why do the characters want the corn so bad? What does the corn do for them? It keeps them in front of the TV, it keeps them watching the movie, it keeps them in the dream.
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Fag Disabler (after I clap them cheeks they need a wheelchair) (chihuahuas are cool) - Wed, 23 Sep 2020 21:27:21 EST T6juWcau No.416716 Reply
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>>416679
man, this Paprika movie is awesome! Gabe Newell was great in it! It really was an awsome movie, thanks for the recommendation
gonna watch some of these dorks' recommendations now:
>>416680
>>416681
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Mr. Popo - Thu, 24 Sep 2020 15:38:48 EST 5PcCbsUB No.416734 Reply
>>416571
A bit late of a reply, but here we go.

Obviously I'm comparing it to other shows most people have heard of, which are all pretty much dumbed-down for the wider audience. It's hard to put a finger on it, but I'm thinking of the scene where they are in prison and the dude says something like "It's hard to live without freedom". Or the conflict choosing between friends/family and ideology. Love vs. friends, etc. I think the show does a decent job at creating that scenario where you have to choose if the train will run over your best friend or the love of your life etc.
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Phil Dunphy - Thu, 24 Sep 2020 18:19:53 EST YpE9j1X4 No.416736 Reply
Raised By Wolves on HBO Max is so fucking cool, yall. I'm on episode 2 and it feels good to actually get sucked into a show again. Feels like the quality i used to expect from HBO before their recent slump. Has the immersive atmosphere of early Game Of Thrones seasons where the sets and directing and even the sounds made you feel like you were really there. I'm picky with TV shows and this is the first non-comedy TV i've gotten into since Devs ended.
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Phil Dunphy - Thu, 24 Sep 2020 19:06:26 EST YpE9j1X4 No.416738 Reply
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>>416737
been here 11 years and counting, spaz
screencap of some nice visuals from the episode
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Robo-buddy J5 - Fri, 25 Sep 2020 01:49:40 EST 8h+Kx7ui No.416746 Reply
CBS started airing Star Trek Discovery on network television so I watched an episode. Part way through I actually grabbed a pair of sunglasses because of the lens flare. Why are the klingons egyptian and why do I feel seasick? Not a good show to watch waking up in a stupor.I'll probably look for rule 34 of the daft punk robot girl
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[name redacted] !h55/E7mIo6 - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 15:43:29 EST +b+TVVsO No.416805 Reply
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Just watched Voices with Ryan Reynolds. I hadn't heard anything going into it but I thought it was weird it was rated R, until about half an hour in. Nice little movie though. The ending was a bit out of nowhere, but looking back there wasn't really any other way they could go with it.
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Norville Barnes - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 16:13:59 EST 8h+Kx7ui No.416807 Reply
>>416805
Its really the only talking animal movie that doesn't suck

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