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Post#761 » by bwgood77 » Fri Aug 9, 2019 7:15 pm

WeekapaugGroove wrote:Loved The Boys, just finished last night. It's definitely dark and messed up but really well made and entertaining.

Underrated good Amazon show is Patriot. Its a dry funny, weird spy show. I loved it but it might not be everyones cup of tea.

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I watched some of Patriot. It was pretty funny....will probably get back to it at some point.
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Post#762 » by wheezy » Fri Aug 9, 2019 10:33 pm

WeekapaugGroove wrote:Loved The Boys, just finished last night. It's definitely dark and messed up but really well made and entertaining.

Underrated good Amazon show is Patriot. Its a dry funny, weird spy show. I loved it but it might not be everyones cup of tea.

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Overrated Amazon* show = Killing Eve. Held my interest until the end but everyone on podcasts kept talking about it like it was the next big show. It is just *fine*.

*Errr... BBC.
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Post#763 » by bwgood77 » Sat Aug 10, 2019 4:14 am

wheezy wrote:
WeekapaugGroove wrote:Loved The Boys, just finished last night. It's definitely dark and messed up but really well made and entertaining.

Underrated good Amazon show is Patriot. Its a dry funny, weird spy show. I loved it but it might not be everyones cup of tea.

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Overrated Amazon show = Killing Eve. Held my interest until the end but everyone on podcasts kept talking about it like it was the next big show. It is just *fine*.


It's not really an Amazon show, but I agree with you. I thought season one was ok, but nothing to write home about. And then I started season 2, and while I like the villain actress, I have only gotten about halfway through but haven't watched an episode in a couple weeks. I'll still probably finish but it's not that compelling.
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Post#764 » by SlovenianDragon » Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:36 am

I just watched once upon a time in Hollywood and have to say it was the most boring thing I have ever seen...
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Post#765 » by lilfishi22 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:51 pm

SlovenianDragon wrote:I just watched once upon a time in Hollywood and have to say it was the most boring thing I have ever seen...

Damn really? I'm hoping to watch it soon because I'm a fan of Leo and Pitt.

That being said, maybe I'm just not a "film buff" or "deep" enough to understand but most of Tarantino's movies don't vibe with me. Never was a big fan of the Kill Bill series, Reservoir dogs was alright, Hateful 8 was fun but a bit whatever and I honestly think Pulp Fiction is one of the most overrated films in the sense that the film doesn't match the level of all the praise and talk it still gets

I still think Inglorious basterds is his best film and it's one of my favourites. Django comes in 2nd.
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Post#766 » by bwgood77 » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:06 am

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SlovenianDragon wrote:I just watched once upon a time in Hollywood and have to say it was the most boring thing I have ever seen...

Damn really? I'm hoping to watch it soon because I'm a fan of Leo and Pitt.

That being said, maybe I'm just not a "film buff" or "deep" enough to understand but most of Tarantino's movies don't vibe with me. Never was a big fan of the Kill Bill series, Reservoir dogs was alright, Hateful 8 was fun but a bit whatever and I honestly think Pulp Fiction is one of the most overrated films in the sense that the film doesn't match the level of all the praise and talk it still gets

I still think Inglorious basterds is his best film and it's one of my favourites. Django comes in 2nd.


I personally really liked Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but part of the reason is that he really developed the characters in addition to really making you feel like you were there in the late 60s, and a lot of it being based on a real story about the Manson cult.

However, I really liked Pulp Fiction, and rate his movies like this:

Pulp Fiction
Kill Bill
Reservoir Dogs
Inglorious Basterds

After that it's tough. I really liked Hateful Eight, don't remember Django Unchained real well (only saw it once) and like the difference that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was.

Then probably Jackie Brown, though I might like that more on rewatch, since it was a bit of a letdown after Pulp Fiction, one of my all time favorites of any movie.

Also, I just watched Sense8 and this was so much more than I expected. I put off watching it for awhile, but it is so rich with characters and such a unique, cool concept, with a lot of action. It starts a little slow while it builds the characters, but once you get 3-4 episodes in, it was top notch.

Did you ever finish The Boys?
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Post#767 » by lilfishi22 » Wed Aug 14, 2019 2:28 am

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lilfishi22 wrote:
SlovenianDragon wrote:I just watched once upon a time in Hollywood and have to say it was the most boring thing I have ever seen...

Damn really? I'm hoping to watch it soon because I'm a fan of Leo and Pitt.

That being said, maybe I'm just not a "film buff" or "deep" enough to understand but most of Tarantino's movies don't vibe with me. Never was a big fan of the Kill Bill series, Reservoir dogs was alright, Hateful 8 was fun but a bit whatever and I honestly think Pulp Fiction is one of the most overrated films in the sense that the film doesn't match the level of all the praise and talk it still gets

I still think Inglorious basterds is his best film and it's one of my favourites. Django comes in 2nd.


I personally really liked Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but part of the reason is that he really developed the characters in addition to really making you feel like you were there in the late 60s, and a lot of it being based on a real story about the Manson cult.

However, I really liked Pulp Fiction, and rate his movies like this:

Pulp Fiction
Kill Bill
Reservoir Dogs
Inglorious Basterds

After that it's tough. I really liked Hateful Eight, don't remember Django Unchained real well (only saw it once) and like the difference that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was.

Then probably Jackie Brown, though I might like that more on rewatch, since it was a bit of a letdown after Pulp Fiction, one of my all time favorites of any movie.

Also, I just watched Sense8 and this was so much more than I expected. I put off watching it for awhile, but it is so rich with characters and such a unique, cool concept, with a lot of action. It starts a little slow while it builds the characters, but once you get 3-4 episodes in, it was top notch.

Did you ever finish The Boys?

Yeah so I'm pretty keen for it because I've read that it's one of his best films.

I didn't finish the Boys. I think I have an episode or two left. I'll find time to finish it. It's an interesting show
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Post#768 » by Mattya » Fri Aug 30, 2019 4:16 am

So, I think I will finally be moving to AZ in early October. I'm trying to go to the Wolves v. Suns preseason game if I get out there in time.

Any suggestions on good indoor/outdoor basketball courts around Scottsdale or Camelback East areas that have good pick up games? Those are the areas I'm kind of leaning towards at this point. I have a Lifetime membership, are there any other good gyms?
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Post#769 » by In2ition » Fri Aug 30, 2019 3:07 pm

Mattya wrote:So, I think I will finally be moving to AZ in early October. I'm trying to go to the Wolves v. Suns preseason game if I get out there in time.

Any suggestions on good indoor/outdoor basketball courts around Scottsdale or Camelback East areas that have good pick up games? Those are the areas I'm kind of leaning towards at this point. I have a Lifetime membership, are there any other good gyms?

What level of Lifetime membership do you have?
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Post#770 » by Mattya » Fri Aug 30, 2019 6:07 pm

In2ition wrote:
Mattya wrote:So, I think I will finally be moving to AZ in early October. I'm trying to go to the Wolves v. Suns preseason game if I get out there in time.

Any suggestions on good indoor/outdoor basketball courts around Scottsdale or Camelback East areas that have good pick up games? Those are the areas I'm kind of leaning towards at this point. I have a Lifetime membership, are there any other good gyms?

What level of Lifetime membership do you have?


My family got founders memberships way back in 1995.
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Post#771 » by In2ition » Sat Aug 31, 2019 12:15 am

Mattya wrote:
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Mattya wrote:So, I think I will finally be moving to AZ in early October. I'm trying to go to the Wolves v. Suns preseason game if I get out there in time.

Any suggestions on good indoor/outdoor basketball courts around Scottsdale or Camelback East areas that have good pick up games? Those are the areas I'm kind of leaning towards at this point. I have a Lifetime membership, are there any other good gyms?

What level of Lifetime membership do you have?


My family got founders memberships way back in 1995.

Sounds like a level above Onyx or Diamond. There are now a few Lifetime's in the area of Scottsdale and Camelback. You're in good shape there.
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Post#772 » by Mattya » Sat Aug 31, 2019 1:19 am

In2ition wrote:
Mattya wrote:
In2ition wrote:What level of Lifetime membership do you have?


My family got founders memberships way back in 1995.

Sounds like a level above Onyx or Diamond. There are now a few Lifetime's in the area of Scottsdale and Camelback. You're in good shape there.


I believe the other levels of membership came long after the founders memberships. IDK if they have changed what new founders memberships allow members, but back then it was sold as a very discounted monthly payment and allows you to go to any Lifetime Fitness.

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