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  1. Bucky

    Tombstone - The Western Film Genre

    The True Grit remake is also a corker. Fuck knows what Geoff Bridges is saying, Hailee Steinfeld is unsurpassed. The finale nailbiting.
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    Tombstone - The Western Film Genre

    Cowboy movies just about pip my second favourite Dad-genre of films, that being submarine movies. I'm a bit of a sucker for modern cowboy movies as well. - Tombstone is obviously brilliant. Go Val Kilmer! Go Sam Elliot. - Dances with Wolves is a timeless classic. It looks beautiful. - The Christian Bale remake of 3.10 to Yuma is gritty and suitably violent affair. - Appaloosa has a nice double act with Edd Harris and Vigo Mortensen and is a chance to see them again after A History of Violence (which may as well be a Western itself). - I'm a fan of Open Range, it's a real pot boiler with a cracking shoot out at the end. Unforgiven is an undisputed classic, best watched on old VHS like at my parents house on a wet Sunday. Duck of Death - LOL! I love The Quick and the Dead, it's like a YouTube reel of the best cowboy shootouts.
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    Love Death and Robots

    I liked the farm one and the last one set in Russia which was basically Resistance, Fall of Man.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019)

    Mohawkeye.
  5. The helicopter bit was tense.
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    Fleabag - BBC3 Comedy

    She's hot right?
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    Star Trek Discovery

    Pike is consistently excellent.
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    Fleabag - BBC3 Comedy

    So that was horribly brilliant. The writing and performances are so dense.
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    Luke Perry RIP

    Oh yeah. He's been good in that too.
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    Luke Perry RIP

    Beverly Hills 9021NOOOOOO. That TV show ended up in dark places. Wasn't he like an alcoholic/his Dad was a spy when it continued on Sky after it finished on ITV? 51 is no age.
  11. It was worth the price of admission alone, just to see the Live Aid gig from an entirely different perspective. By that time, Malek had taken me along far enough with him for me to totally go with it for that last 20 minutes. Magic stuff under less magic stuff.
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    Star Trek Discovery

    Episode 5 came across like it has been focus tested to death. And then had Netflix algorithms and execs poke around the body. Characters move in and out of the mix like an engineer moving sliders up and down like a maniac. It's so uneven and disjointed. It's a total crappy mess.
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    The Lego Movie 2 - The Second Part

    Daft Punk and the Beastie Boys remixed by Beck so fuck you other credits songs. https://youtu.be/3vsm5dOXBBc
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    The Lego Movie 2 - The Second Part

    Yup, those credits are cool. I spent ages trying to figure out if they were actually models or animations or some insane combination of both. In the end I figured it was pretty pointless trying to figure it out.
  15. I was thinking about this recently. A definitive ending seems out of keeping with tone of everything before it. But won't satisfy many. Similarly, ending on a half ending (e.g. with a new threat emerging) seems to undermine the "breaking of the wheel" motif they've been going for. Perhaps most tonally appropriated would be Cersei closing out all the accounts on top but ruling a kingdom of ice and ashes. It's almost an impossible ask. Looking forward to it.
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