Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by LAdiablo, Nov 27, 2018.
watched it today
outstanding and timely
not a show ... just an eleven year old samurai movie ...
I think I've given this a mention before, but 13 Assassins may well be my all-time favorite movie.
If you've never seen it, see it. I re-watched it yesterday. I've watched it a dozen times. I never weary of it. Absolutely perfect.
ok i'm not much of a samurai guy but the wind is picking up again ffs i'll give it a try
Watched Social Dilemma on you guys' recommendation last night. Brought to mind the effect that the addiction to social media is having on our young people. That and the lack of interaction with their peers due to this virus shit is going to to have repercussions for years.
Started re-watching The Wire recently. Forgot how great that show was. So many of those characters have popped up on other shows recently.
Gonna say if anyone has Apple TV+, Ted Lasso is hilarious. Just a feel good show that I really loved when I watched it
The Duece is pretty good too. David Simon rarely misses
started watching the expanse on the recommendation of my attorney
pretty cool story line for sci fi and only 1 season in to 6 available seasons
like how main characters get wasted
Watched Hillbilly Elegy ...
I thought it was good. I don't think it is the greatest film ever, but seeing how the woke critics hate it so much, I can say it deserves better than it is getting. God forbid that a film depicts poor white folks in the south that doesn't show them burning crosses and fire-hosing Blacks at lunch counters. It shows the ugliness of poverty, but it isn't "diverse" so it's crap, right?
Ron Howard has been pretty left of center for his Hollywood life, but he is getting torched by the same press corps that lauded his earlier work. I wonder if he feels betrayed.
I like The Expanse too.
Probably the most "realistic" sci-fi show out there.
my octopus teacher was pretty incredible
was wondering about that
i’ll have to check it out
the last ten minutes gets a little bit preachy but the whole encounter thing was so unexpected
won't ruin it
so i was really interested in Halston
that era of studio 54 always fascinated me w its hedonistic excess and his story is a crazy one for sure
i knew going in w netflix there would be gay stuff since i'm pretty sure everyone knows the man was gay
but he also kept it very low key when it came to his public persona
so when the first 30 minutes had not one but two hardcore bent over the table but fucking scenes i just turned it off
sure it has its bright spots, maybe not, but McGregor looked great in the role
what a shame they couldn't tell the story without making him look so absurd and shallow
i mean maybe he was those things but it just seemed like they were using his story as a vehicle to shock and push an agenda
shame on them
finski made it to kentucky already?
There's been a run on chastity belts in Ky.
Chastity belt or butt guards?
Just watched VAL on Amazon Prime.
It may be an overstatement to say it's fantastic or amazing, but it is definitely a top-shelf documentary. Rarely is anyone in Hollywood this honest and awkwardly transparent.
i grew up in the middle of this and its truly and amazing story about a guy most thought a conceited vain actor
the Kilmers were all over this side of the valley and i remember seeing Val and Mare together they were like high school gods
Trigger hill was the spot all the cool kids knew about
undeveloped land w incredible views and we had our bong loads and Schlitz talls
you might mistake it for depressing but its not
Good old Schlitz tall boys. 24 oz if I recall.
Bringing this thread back ...
Netflix had Equalizer3. Hadn't seen either of the first two. Now I will.
Damn solid film. Antoine Fuqua & Denzel are the new Scorcese & DeNiro.
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