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    Ouch. I'll allow it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Renee Z and Kevin Costner weren't in it....
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    I did enjoy John Malkovich, because duh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    A Quiet Place was a good concept destroyed by two of the worst actors this side of Dump's mistresses.
    Because if there's anyone who can react totally rationally to John Krasinski, it's Kepler. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    I did enjoy John Malkovich, because duh.
    He had a fun character to play, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by French Rage View Post
    Because if there's anyone who can react totally rationally to John Krasinski, it's Kepler. :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJHovey View Post
    So, no one shoot me for this suggestion, but I watched The Last Hangover on Netflix last evening. I really enjoyed it. My wife, not so much, but I'm not sure she has a sense of humor.

    It's only about 45 minutes long. It's subtitled, and the subtitles are fast because the dialogue is fast, so you have to be ready.

    It's a spoof of The Hangover, set in the context of The Last Supper. The apostles wake up the morning after partying at the Last Supper and Jesus is missing. You need to have a pretty good working knowledge of both The Hangover and the Gospel account of Jesus Last Supper with the apostles. But if you have even a decent working knowledge, there are a lot of pretty good jokes.

    But, it's not going to be for everyone, so be forewarned.

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    True Detective Season 3.

    Very complex. 3 timelines going at once. Seems to be designed to hide the truth till then end. You also don't know which timeline the truth will come out, although based on last night it's probably not the oldest timeline.
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    True Detective Season 3.
    I haven't seen any of TD. I've heard S1 was great and S2 was awful. Would you agree (without spoilers, please)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I haven't seen any of TD. I've heard S1 was great and S2 was awful. Would you agree (without spoilers, please)?
    I've only seen season 2 and yes it was not the greatest. Season 1 I also have heard was fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I haven't seen any of TD. I've heard S1 was great and S2 was awful. Would you agree (without spoilers, please)?
    I also thought season 1 was much better. Season 2 was a mess. So far I've thought S3 seems ok. It has more of a S1 vibe to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    I haven't seen any of TD. I've heard S1 was great and S2 was awful. Would you agree (without spoilers, please)?
    Yes. Season 1 was awesome. One of the best single seasons of TV I have seen. Season 2 was bad, the story just didn't make sense, it was fragmented, the writing was awful. You didn't care what happened in season 2, where with season 1, you really wanted to know how the mystery ended. I would highly recommend watching season 1, and skipping 2. If 3 is good, then watch that. They're anthologies, so you can skip 2 with no issues.
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    Season 1 is great though very weird...
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    Echo all sentiments on S1 of TD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Echo all sentiments on S1 of TD.
    Me too. It has the same vibe that season one had. It doesn't hurt that that the actors they cast are far better than the season two set. Vince Vaughn? Please.

    Aging has been good to Stephen Dorf. It's lent him a sort of gravitas that he didn't have as a young pretty boy actor. Sort of in the same vein as with Anson Mount. Dorf seems to be channeling a little bit of Nick Nolte here, and it's working.

    Couple little touches that I appreciated. The "hey, watch the leather, man" line as the kid climbed into the back of the VW. And the little throwback to season one, when the teacher, and future wife, takes about the cult of sexual predators in the region. At least, I'm assuming that's what she was referring to.
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    This looks interesting, if you're interested in this sorta stuff.

    https://www.bbcamerica.com/shows/dynasties
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    Haven't been in the mood for movies the last couple nights, and I know it's cancelled, but it is tied into Jessica Jones and could reappear as a character, so delved into Luke Cage. I'm not disappointed. I'm not all up in it, but I like it.
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