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Post#501 » by exculpatory » Wed Sep 18, 2019 10:55 am

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Post#502 » by greenroom31 » Wed Sep 18, 2019 12:11 pm

Here's a song by Macho Man Randy Savage that should make you chuckle and is actually somehow surprisingly not terrible:

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Post#503 » by jmr07019 » Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:02 pm

Love this band. The patience in their jams, how happy the keyboard / rhythm guitar player is, the overall vibe :)

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Post#504 » by GoCeltics123 » Tue Oct 1, 2019 3:58 pm

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I like it a lot, but I'm a huge Karate Kid fan as a whole. Season 1>>Season 2 IMO though.
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Post#505 » by Pacino62 » Mon Oct 7, 2019 9:40 am

Joker - :o

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Post#506 » by Ed Pinkney » Tue Oct 8, 2019 3:10 am

Pacino62 wrote:Joker - :o

That is all



One of those movies where I am not sure if I liked it or not when it finished.
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Post#507 » by Pacino62 » Tue Oct 8, 2019 8:33 am

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Pacino62 wrote:Joker - :o

That is all



One of those movies where I am not sure if I liked it or not when it finished.


Oh I loved it. I mean. I was depressed and disgusted leaving it but I absolutely loved it. And his performance was my personal favorite performance by an actor in many years. I’d need to really sit down and look to determine how far back. I’m not saying the film was the best in years. In fact, it was like my 4th or 5th favorite this year behind Parasite, Climax, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Us and Midsommar. But the performance was astonishing.
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Post#508 » by NPZ » Tue Oct 8, 2019 11:15 pm

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Tragic.
His prognosis is zero.


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Post#509 » by NPZ » Tue Oct 8, 2019 11:22 pm

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Disagree completely on Jackie Brown. Gets a bad wrap. Hateful Eight, we’re on the same page.

As for The Boys. Holy ****. Just finished episode 5 and I’m hooked. Can’t stop watching.

Once Upon a Time tomorrow. Can’t wait.


I like Jackie brown a lot also......”acrossssss 1- hundred and 10th streeeeeet”.

I thought hateful 8 is by far his worst film, the story was good but I felt that even for a Tarantino film it was over the top and the dialogue which is his strong suit felt forced and was trying too hard.

As far as this one it was much better than hateful 8 and I enjoyed it a lot. Ending was funny as hell and classic Tarantino, the visuals during the movie really captured that 60s feel Brad Pitt was great as was DiCaprio.


The dialogue is why I hated Hateful Eight. Too much use of the N-word for me, considering there's only one black character in the movie. Kind of seeing what Spike Lee meant now


His N word usage, is often meanspirited and not just necessary to establish realism (Marty has used it a lot, but even in a movie like GoodFellas, it was only said once by Henjry). I understand that he's using it for shock value or comedic overboardism and accept it as part of his gimmick bag. However, I found Hateful 8 more entertaining than I ever thought it would be and Jennifer Jason Leigh was amazing. I had to watch it in full after watching about 5 mins of it and turning it off because I thought what I saw was meh. I had to be up w/ insomnia at 3AM with nothing else to watch or do before I could sit thru it all tho. Some parts were funny. I've seen all his stuff and everything more than once in full, just re-watched Rez Dogs the other day. I rank Hateful 8 above Inglorious Basterds, which I think is even more laborious dialogue wise than H8. Not even funny dialogue, just walls of it. Django was much more entertaining too.
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Post#510 » by NPZ » Tue Oct 8, 2019 11:44 pm

Any Roth era Van Halen fans in here? Some concert footage from their 78 tour where they headlined for Sabbath and 79 clips from Fresno, CA were released remastered by a film resto company. Unreal stuff, footage of them in any form from 78 is rarer than Bigfoot footage and in this A/V quality it is doubly rare. They were immense back then. Even Sabbath didn't wanna follow that by that point when they were themselves breaking up.

78: https://youtu.be/BR4S1FqHZzQ?t=71

79: https://youtu.be/s_ADXPIn3ow?t=3
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Post#511 » by jmr07019 » Wed Oct 9, 2019 12:27 am

Deon Cole: Cole Hearted (stand up comedy) on netflix was great.

NPZ wrote:Any Roth era Van Halen fans in here? Some concert footage from their 78 tour where they headlined for Sabbath and 79 clips from Fresno, CA were released remastered by a film resto company. Unreal stuff, footage of them in any form from 78 is rarer than Bigfoot footage and in this A/V quality it is doubly rare. They were immense back then. Even Sabbath didn't wanna follow that by that point when they were themselves breaking up.

78: https://youtu.be/BR4S1FqHZzQ?t=71

79: https://youtu.be/s_ADXPIn3ow?t=3


Awesome footage thanks for sharing. Eddie was an absolute monster on guitar
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Post#513 » by NPZ » Wed Oct 9, 2019 1:31 am

jmr07019 wrote:Deon Cole: Cole Hearted (stand up comedy) on netflix was great.

NPZ wrote:Any Roth era Van Halen fans in here? Some concert footage from their 78 tour where they headlined for Sabbath and 79 clips from Fresno, CA were released remastered by a film resto company. Unreal stuff, footage of them in any form from 78 is rarer than Bigfoot footage and in this A/V quality it is doubly rare. They were immense back then. Even Sabbath didn't wanna follow that by that point when they were themselves breaking up.

78: https://youtu.be/BR4S1FqHZzQ?t=71

79: https://youtu.be/s_ADXPIn3ow?t=3


Awesome footage thanks for sharing. Eddie was an absolute monster on guitar


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Post#514 » by CeltsfanSinceBirth » Wed Oct 9, 2019 2:52 am

Saw the Joker last week. Great movie. Didn't think Todd Phillips was capable of directing a movie that wasn't a comedy. Joaquin Phoenix will probably get another nomination for Best Actor. He was excellent.

Funny thing is - I worked a 12 hour day that night and smoked a fatty before going in. Thought I would pass out at some point since we caught the late show, but the movie was so good, I stayed up for all of it.

Let's just hope Warner Brothers doesn't **** this up and try writing a sequel to it. This movie deserves to stand on it's own.
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Post#515 » by zoyathedestroya » Wed Oct 9, 2019 3:10 am

Some more light, fun viewing: Mr. Mercedes, The Act, Unbelievable, Carnival Row
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Post#516 » by Pacino62 » Wed Oct 9, 2019 11:18 am

zoyathedestroya wrote:Some more light, fun viewing: Mr. Mercedes, The Act, Unbelievable, Carnival Row


The Act and Unbelievable are such difficult watches. Been a crazy year for challenging tv. Chernobyl, When They See Us, etc. watched episode one of Carnival Row and gave up. Worth continuing on? Been meaning to check out Mr Mercedes. There’s just too much to keep up with. Right now, I’m watching the brilliant Succession, The Deuce S3, Goliath S3 and the amazing Righteous Gemstones. New seasons of Ray Donavan, Jack Ryan, Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Insatiable and Atypical are coming and Watchmen and Westworld S3 will be here in no time. Like wtf :banghead:
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Post#517 » by zoyathedestroya » Thu Oct 10, 2019 9:22 am

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zoyathedestroya wrote:Some more light, fun viewing: Mr. Mercedes, The Act, Unbelievable, Carnival Row


The Act and Unbelievable are such difficult watches. Been a crazy year for challenging tv. Chernobyl, When They See Us, etc. watched episode one of Carnival Row and gave up. Worth continuing on? Been meaning to check out Mr Mercedes. There’s just too much to keep up with. Right now, I’m watching the brilliant Succession, The Deuce S3, Goliath S3 and the amazing Righteous Gemstones. New seasons of Ray Donavan, Jack Ryan, Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Insatiable and Atypical are coming and Watchmen and Westworld S3 will be here in no time. Like wtf :banghead:

Carnival Row might not be for everyone but I hope you give it another shot if time permits. It's like the weird offspring of Penny Dreadful, Les Miserables, and [insert show about fairies] if they ever had a threesome. Forgot to mention latest season of Peaky Blinders, but that may have been their weakest. Still a damn good series.

I got so much to catch on too -- latest season of Westworld, True Detective, Handmaid's Tale, Power, and Billions. Just finished S3 of Goliath, which recovered from its 2nd season (not a fan of the amputee snuff they got going). Looking forward to those you mentioned except Ray Donovan (stopped a long time ago) plus Looking for Alaska, His Dark Materials, and The Morning Show. NBA offseason is pretty much the only time I get to catch up with binge TV. TIME IS RUNNING OUT!
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Post#518 » by sam_I_am » Sun Oct 13, 2019 1:04 am

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zoyathedestroya wrote:Some more light, fun viewing: Mr. Mercedes, The Act, Unbelievable, Carnival Row


The Act and Unbelievable are such difficult watches. Been a crazy year for challenging tv. Chernobyl, When They See Us, etc. watched episode one of Carnival Row and gave up. Worth continuing on? Been meaning to check out Mr Mercedes. There’s just too much to keep up with. Right now, I’m watching the brilliant Succession, The Deuce S3, Goliath S3 and the amazing Righteous Gemstones. New seasons of Ray Donavan, Jack Ryan, Marvelous Mrs Maisel, Insatiable and Atypical are coming and Watchmen and Westworld S3 will be here in no time. Like wtf :banghead:

Carnival Row might not be for everyone but I hope you give it another shot if time permits. It's like the weird offspring of Penny Dreadful, Les Miserables, and [insert show about fairies] if they ever had a threesome. Forgot to mention latest season of Peaky Blinders, but that may have been their weakest. Still a damn good series.

I got so much to catch on too -- latest season of Westworld, True Detective, Handmaid's Tale, Power, and Billions. Just finished S3 of Goliath, which recovered from its 2nd season (not a fan of the amputee snuff they got going). Looking forward to those you mentioned except Ray Donovan (stopped a long time ago) plus Looking for Alaska, His Dark Materials, and The Morning Show. NBA offseason is pretty much the only time I get to catch up with binge TV. TIME IS RUNNING OUT!


Handmaid’s Tale is incredibly well done....but it is soul sucking and will bring no Joy to your life.
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Post#519 » by Pacino62 » Wed Oct 16, 2019 11:11 am

Gaaaht damn the Succession season finale!!
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