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  • Mar 29, 2021 06:12 PM
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    The only one I can personally speak for is What We Do in the Shadows. And YES. You absolutely should. The first season is incredibly funny and the second season tries some interesting stuff. You should definitely watch it. They're only like 30 minutes a piece.
  • Mar 27, 2021 02:49 PM
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    I'm sure most everyone who doesn't watch the The Crown is probably pretty tired of hearing about how excellent The Crown is. The show keeps raking in the awards and praise every day. When I hit play on the very first episode I probably got about half way through it and decided it wasn't for me. Fast forward months later when I finally sat back down to try it again, simply because I didn't really want to watch anything else. I binged watched the entire think in just a week or two. And again, what an excellent show.

    There's not a ton of dramatic moments other than the occasional "I told you so" by the Queen. There's little to no action. It basically doesn't have really any too exciting moments. What's so great about the show is how realistic it is. Every single actor absolutely destroys their role. Every single set piece is phenomenal. Really everything about it is great. I highly suggest the show to everyone. Oh and if the first couple episodes aren't really to your liking, just continue watching a bit more. It changes pretty dramatically after the first two episodes.

  • Mar 25, 2021 04:16 PM
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    I've noticed the past few years that certain Netflix shows are taking longer and longer to come out with new seasons. Is this normal? Shows like Ozark and Stranger Things have been taking way longer to come out with their new season than they used to. Some other shows come to mind too though Stranger Things takes the cake for this. It feels like forever since I saw the trailer for the new season. It would be easy to say it's because everything that happened in 2020 but it was taking this long before all that came around.
  • Mar 22, 2021 10:40 PM
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    Well, we're almost there. Keeping up with the Kardashians is ending after 20 whole long seasons. To this day is still blows me away that this show was able to do 20 seasons worth of television. I'm not hating on anyone who watches the show when I say that. I'm just genuinely surprised that so many people cared and made the family so wealthy just by seeing their daily life. This show is entirely at fault for making the family as wealthy and known as they are. And I'll never understand why..
  • Mar 22, 2021 02:16 PM
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    The beginning of last year brought on challenges for absolutely everyone. It affected every single person, no matter how famous you are, how much money you have, where you're from, anything. There wasn't a single person that wasn't somehow affected by everything going on. But the group I'm referring to now is celebrities in particular. Something changed about them recently. They no longer have that start power that they did before. Something about everyone having to stay at home so there was less media on them, or maybe their nonsense "we are all the same" videos that popped up like crazy made them seem smaller than they were before.

    This is all so interesting to see. If more of these stars stayed out of the limelight it would probably be a good thing.

  • Mar 21, 2021 10:43 PM
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    I just rewatched The Green Mile after not having see in for years. I highly recommend that movie to anyone and everyone. The entire cast is excellent in it. Another movie I plan to rewatch soon now is Apollo 13. That's another classic Tom Hanks movie. His movies really never get old and are super rewatchable. Cast Away too.

  • Mar 08, 2021 06:29 PM
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    NeoLogic Wrote:

    I need to see Mank it seems. I don't get The Crown hype. I tried for a few episodes and just seemed like another boring English show to me. Hollywood's love affair with that genre makes little sense to me. Maybe it gets better?

    I'm currently on season 4 of The Crown. 100% give it another chance. It's a great show. And it probably has the best set design and production value I've ever seen.

  • Mar 20, 2021 03:14 PM
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    The director confirmed that this actually exists today. I'll be so happy if this actually comes out. I think this would fir RIGHT IN on HBO MAX.
  • Feb 28, 2021 05:19 PM
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    Heisenberg Wrote: Nomadland is very good. Started Mank but didn't finish it - be warned it's in black and white so you need to be in mood.
    That's pretty much exactly what I'd say out of the list. Mank was really good but you definitely need to be in the mood for it.
  • Mar 19, 2021 07:26 PM
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    You're absolutely right. I actually suggested someone watch David Lynch's Dune before they see the new one a couple days ago. But I don't think that's nearly going to cut it. Dune has one of the most complicated stories I've ever seen. All the different characters and planets make it super hard to follow. The best thing to do is to read the book or listen to the audio book before you see the new movie. I also have faith in Dennis Villeneuve to give us a solid and understandable movie though. He did it with a somewhat complicated movie with Blade Runner already. I think he'll do it again.