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  • Mar 29, 2021 06:12 PM
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    I'm on the fence about starting a few shows. Figured I'd take the pulse here to see which ones are worth the watch. Feel free to chime in on any or all.

    BoJack Horseman
    What We Do in the Shadows
    Snowpiercer
    ZeroZeroZero

    All shows that I have in my watch queue right now.

  • Mar 28, 2021 05:55 PM
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    I'm not 'in the know' but I agree with your opinion. If I was a studio exec no way would I put a billion dollar script out right now. What's the point? Just wait a year or so. All these mega studios think long term anyways so yeah I think you're exactly right.
  • Mar 26, 2021 09:57 PM
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    I'll start.

    hate: Toby Keith - Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue
    overrated: Staind - It's Been Awhile
    underrated: Jack Johnson - Inaudible Melodies
    love: Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
    listen to over and over again: Gramatik - Just Jammin'
    made you fall in love with music? Aerosmith - Cryin'
    changed your life: Tool - Lateralus
    surprised you: Sturgill Stimpson - Turtles All the Way Down
    guilty pleasure: Salt-n-Peppa - Shoop

    Band you should have seen in concert by now: Daft Punk
    Great band to see live: Puscifer

  • Mar 26, 2021 09:57 PM
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    My local radio station here in Dallas does a segment called 'Bands of Your Life' where you answer a series of questions about your music tastes, and it seems like it would make for a good forum. But instead of 'bands' going to keep the questions the same but go with 'songs' instead.

    So here goes, welcome to answer all, or just some:

    Song you hate?
    Song you think is overrated?
    Song you think is underrated?
    Song you love?
    Song you can listen to over and over again?
    Song that made you fall in love with music?
    Song that changed your life?
    Song that surprised you?
    Guilty pleasure song?

    And the last two we can keep as bands, they are:

    Band you should have seen in concert by now?
    Great band to see live?

  • Mar 25, 2021 04:16 PM
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    I think it's mostly 2020. Sure shows here and there had issues but I wouldn't say Stranger Things' slow rollout of season 3 was indictive of Netflix in general; I think they had some casting issues if I recall.
  • Mar 21, 2021 10:43 PM
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    Rewatched Speed last night. Gotta say, holds up. Has all the 90's troupes sure but still entertaining and makes me wonder why Hollywood doesn't make more movies like they did in the 90's, movies that don't have a message but just meant to entertain. I know we have Marvel but talking more one-off action flicks.
  • Mar 24, 2021 06:13 PM
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    Here's a hypothetical for ya. If you were a screenwriter and had all the clout and talent in the world, with an unlimited budget, and could get any actor or actress you wanted, would you assemble your cast first then write a script to their personalities, or would you write a script first then hire the best actors?
  • Mar 22, 2021 10:40 PM
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    I went 2 decades without watching a single episode. I'm proud of myself.
  • Dec 11, 2020 04:39 PM
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    CultureWizard Wrote:.

    What If...? This looks absolutely incredible for us animation fans. The Marvel Universe all changed around.

    Most looking forward to this. So much you can pull off in animation that you can't in live action. I know Disney has all the money in the world and can do whatever they want but even they have limitations that animation does not.
  • Mar 17, 2021 04:02 PM
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    Very clever repackaging of a terrible, terrible, terrible movie. Agree though, the trailer looks awesome. I'll give it a go. Amazing the psychology of episodes vs a movie. Tell me to watch a 4 hour movie and I say no way. Tell me to watch one episode of a 12 hour season of something and see if you like it, and I say sure, and watch the whole thing in about a day.