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    Wu Assassin's (Netflix)

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    Brave of Netflix.

    They cancelled Iron Fist only to resurrect it with a worse actor and relocated it to San Francisco.

    But hey...it looks cheesey fun. So why not.
  2. Catherine the Great (HBO Limited Series)

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    Looks like another potential knockout by HBO
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    Re: The Expanse

    Edit: Can't link the video. It has no no words.

    Trailer/teaser for season 4 is out. Youtube is everyone's friend.

    Looks excellent.
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    Re: The Witcher (Netflix Series)

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    Re: The Expanse

    First look at season 4 (pics)

    Book spoilers (and please follow suit when talking about stuff that hasn't happened yet)

    Ilus definitely looks the part of a deserted and mysterious planet. No...
  6. Re: 'CAPTAIN MARVEL' STAR LASHANA LYNCH SET TO INHERIT '007' FROM DANIEL CRAIG

    I feel like there are a lot more important things to be worried about than who headlines entertainment. As others have said, it's a weird obsession to have.

    And this isn't even confirmed.

    I...
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    Did you finish it? And what are your thoughts on the finale if so?
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    Re: Spider-Man Far From Home

    Well this movie was great. The Mysterio sequences were top notch

    And those post credit scenes...Holy :wub:
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    Re: Red Dead Redemption 2

    I've been debating starting over and playing the "right" way but it's just such a deep game that it is kind of intimidating.
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    The weak-minded blame others for their own problems, my friend. Again we are seeing a slide towards such oblivion throughout the world right now.

    It's an embarrassment. I can't imagine being one...
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    I heard about that too.

    If this is accurate...It's infuriating because the whole series is about the cost of lies. The coverup, the lies, the threats...All of it was supposed to have ended. Yet...
  12. Re: The Putin - Trump Controversy: Here to Stay - Links between Trump and Russia are being officially investigated by the FBI

    So...You're gonna ignore the voicemail of Trump's lawyers asking Flynn's lawyers for a heads up, then? Typical.

    Sounds super doctored, that obstruction of justice. :thumbsup2

    Again, all that...
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    Re: Fox News: aka the Faux News

    They discredit themselves every time they try to claim they are the news rather than the Ministry of Truth for POTUS*
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    Ignoring continuing conservative ignorance...well reality...It has also been revealed that Flynn's lawyers were contacted by Trump's to give them the heads up if Flynn implicates Trump in anything.
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    Re: Fox News: aka the Faux News

    To be fair...If The Blaze or any of the other :wub: "news" sites were on TV in any serious capacity Fox's would be lower.

    MSNBC/CNN and all the other more left-leaning news sources divide the...
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    Re: Fox News: aka the Faux News

    Yep.

    Little things such as truth and reality are not allowed there. The only good aspects of Fox are Chris Wallace and Shep Smith. After them it degrades into middle school levels of journalism,...
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    Re: Fox News: aka the Faux News

    You assume that :wub:er Carlson actually cares about anything concerning science. Him and his ilk don't tend to care for that stuff.
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    The great thing about cable is that they have time to show little character mistakes and stuff like that. It's funny watching high-stress situations in other shows and people speak clearly, no...
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    Re: Fox News: aka the Faux News

    30 seconds in...He lies, and he says "kilograms" wrong, complete with a supremely punchable reaction face (not unlike his surrogate daddy).

    He's a hack and a shining example of...
  20. Re: Nazi Punch - Youtube bans inherently discriminatory videos

    Excuse me while I cry non-existent tears about disgusting people losing a platform to spread their ignorance, hatred, and malice.

    Should have come sooner...This :wub: is pervasive.
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    Oh yeah I wouldn't call it a anti-nuclear show. Just a ":wub:ing do it right if you are going to do it" kind of message.

    I'm a pretty firm "We need solar and wind" kind of person, but I want...
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    That final episode and the ending message/montage...

    Jesus. This might just beat Band of Brothers for me.
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    Sadly not the first example of this idiocy I have seen from people like this.


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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    Yep.

    And the sad thing is...30+ years later, things haven't changed. If anything scientific ignorance has become celebrated within the last few years, especially in certain areas of the US.

    A...
  25. When They See Us (Netflix Miniseries)

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    Just watched the first episode of the miniseries dealing with the Central Park Five and it was incredible. Can't wait to watch more.

    I'm wondering if they will touch on Trump's...
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    Re: Tarantino's The Hateful Eight

    Anyone see that Netflix has released a "miniseries" version of this with new footage?

    Since I haven't seen the original yet I cannot compare but I think I remember seeing it's an hour or so of cut...
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

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    Skip to like...5 minutes or so for the good stuff
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    Actually no...Not worth getting into it with people who don't understand how tariffs work.

    Delete please
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    Re: Avengers: Endgame

    Yep. And they even took out some, like Bywater.

    Which...don't get me wrong. I would have loved a Hobbit battle. But it would have killed the pacing.
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    Re: Chernobyl (2019)

    Episode 4 was one of the most haunting hours of television I have ever witnessed.

    Next week is the finale. If they stick the landing this just might replace Band of Brothers as the best miniseries...
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    Re: John Wick 3: Parabellum

    Yep. They know stunts and they know how to direct it.

    Its like when people with backgrounds in VFX get their chance to sit in the director's chair. Even lower-budgeted movies in this situation...
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    Re: John Wick 3: Parabellum

    Blatantly guilty pleasure doesn't even begin to describe these movies. They are just pure dumb fun with an interesting world, exceptional fight choreography, and a fun premise.

    Oh and there are...
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    Re: John Wick 3: Parabellum

    The fight scenes might have gone on a bit too long in some areas but goddamn was this a fun experience.

    I thought this would be the final movie but I am game for one more. As much as I love them...
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    Re: Avengers: Endgame

    I would argue it's the closest we have had to that epic scope, though.

    Probably the best cinematic experience I have had since ROTK.
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    Re: Umbrella Academy (Netflix)

    Been in bed practically all day minus brief bouts of activity based on news and such. Whatever sickness I got has laid me out completely. So I finally finished the show.

    Overall I liked the show....
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    Mueller dropped an 800 page sentencing memo on Paul Manafort for his DC case, which can add up to another 20-ish years onto his equally-long likely sentence in his Virginia case, if I am reading the...
  37. Re: Trump appointees reportedly tried to fast track sale of nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia

    From the WaPo article.



    And sure...let's go down the campaign rhetoric route. Why so secretive, and against the advisement of people who do this kind of thing for a living? Again, it's like...
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    Re: Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    I didn't mind the ui either. Maybe I'm mistaken
  39. Re: The Putin - Trump Controversy: Here to Stay - Links between Trump and Russia are being officially investigated by the FBI

    Not only that but just so people know...Stone has been given a full gag order after the stunt he pulled over the weekend on social media. I'm impressed the judge and prosecution didn't just lose...
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    Re: The Punisher

    Daredevil, Punisher, and Jessica Jones were big-ish pulls, I think. The other three shows clearly were not good enough.

    Netflix still has (well, shows that are continuing that I am watching or...
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