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    So i'm getting ready to watch season 2 of Outcast.
    I loved season 1 and Atticus' score was a nice nin bonus.

    I don't understand why season 2 has yet to be officially released in the US though.

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    Mr. Robot is just as amazing the second time around. This show is a work of art, on so many levels - even down to the random little flashes of cameos from musicians/movies/entertainment media I already know and love. Season 3 could drop TOMORROW and it still wouldn't be soon enough.

    Urge to buy...vinyl soundtracks...rising... D:

    Edit: JESUS, THE CAMERA WORK IS SO FUCKING GOOD. How were things not so obvious from the start? It uses tons of examples of my absolute favorite storytelling devices - HOLDING BACK OOONE PIECE OF INFORMATION and choosing the perfect time to reveal it, all the while dropping hints on the way you wouldn't have even thought to look for.
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    I gotta say that the premiere for Showtime's new comedy/drama series I'm Dying Up Here was pretty damn good.

    I don't really like Showtime series. I do watch Shameless, but that's gone down hill lately and honestly the first season is still my favorite. I like shows that feel and look more like a film than a TV show. This show has that film look. Showtime series are always so bright and clean and stylized and oversexualized. I hate when a show feels like a show.

    Another thing with movies/shows about comedy, the actual stand up comedy always feels forced and not that funny. I gotta say the comedians in this series actually tell some pretty funny jokes. Liking the show, I hope they can keep it up.

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    Ray, people will come Ray. They'll come to Iowa for reasons they can't even fathom. They'll turn up your driveway not knowing for sure why they're doing it. They'll arrive at your door as innocent as children, longing for the past. Of course, we won't mind if you look around, you'll say. It's only $20 per person. They'll pass over the money without even thinking about it: for it is money they have and peace they lack. And they'll walk out to the bleachers; sit in shirtsleeves on a perfect afternoon. They'll find they have reserved seats somewhere along one of the baselines, where they sat when they were children and cheered their heroes. And they'll watch the game and it'll be as if they dipped themselves in magic waters. The memories will be so thick they'll have to brush them away from their faces. People will come Ray. The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it's a part of our past, Ray. It reminds of us of all that once was good and it could be again. Oh... people will come Ray. People will most definitely come.
    Yeah.

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    for some reason i've never watched this!
    but a very dear friend has persuaded me to watch her favourite movie

    here goes....




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    It Comes At Night. MY BODY WAS NOT READY.

    This doesn't really give anything away, and don't take it too literally, but if this was the closest we ever get to a movie of The Last of Us, I'd be 100% cool with that. SO similar in tone and horror and humanity and just FUCK.

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    my wife and i started hannibal last week and we're kind of addicted. we have two episodes left of season one. (no spoilers, please!)

    eddie izzard has been fantastic, though it's always weird to hear him do an american accent.
    i'm in love with mads mikkelsen & hugh dancy. and i just want to snuggle all of will's dogs.

    i've never been so enamored with a show that's also so upsetting and gross.

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    Just finished the first season. Really great show, a good mix of humor, quirk and intrigue. Probably some of Kurtwood Smith's best work.

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    got this in the post this morning, lol.
    oh the memories


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    I have no idea why people don't like Sofia Coppola, because good Christ what a movie. I've always adored Lost in Translation but was weary to venture further into her body of work due to the attitudes I've seen held toward her, but after this? Wow. I wanna see everything she's ever done now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post


    I have no idea why people don't like Sofia Coppola, because good Christ what a movie. I've always adored Lost in Translation but was weary to venture further into her body of work due to the attitudes I've seen held toward her, but after this? Wow. I wanna see everything she's ever done now.
    LiT is my all-time favorite film and Sofia is my favorite filmmaker. I have yet to be disappointed by her as I'm going to see The Beguiled this weekend. After all, I'm a hardcore Sofia fanboy. I even wrote a list of 10 reasons why I think LiT is the best film ever just to prove how insane I am: http://thevoid99.blogspot.com/2013/0...lation-is.html

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    I watched Baby Driver last night. It was pretty awesome. The music, acting, story, characters and action were all great and it was a really fun film to watch. As far as films go this year (and there have been a lot of good films) this is up there, not quite as good as Logan or Your Name for me but defiantly a film worth seeing and will be on many's peoples "film of the year" list, check it out.

    Next is Despicable Me 2, Spider man and War of the Planet of the Apes

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    Enjoying my day off


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    Quote Originally Posted by kleiner352 View Post
    I have no idea why people don't like Sofia Coppola, because good Christ what a movie. I've always adored Lost in Translation but was weary to venture further into her body of work due to the attitudes I've seen held toward her, but after this? Wow. I wanna see everything she's ever done now.
    i haven't seen all her films, but the ones i've seen, i've loved. but here's why i have a problem with her - http://www.theroot.com/sophia-coppol...e-b-1796386121

    To make a long story short, Coppola—a white female director—has found herself in the middle of swirling controversy regarding her decision to completely omit canonical black female characters from her adaptation of The Beguiled, which marks the second time this book has been adapted.

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    Well Despicable Me 3 was just forgettably dull! It's really telling when a kids film has an audience 2/3's full of kids that spent 90 minutes yawning and crying, and in some cases leaving early. Just a really dull and forgettable piece of churned out trash.
    The only good thing about it was Tra Parker's character. Also Illumination really need to chill out with their digs at Pixar in their films, they are just embarrassing and pathetic when in films like this.
    Not even worth seeing if you have kids, there are 100's of better options on Netflix.

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    Motivational Growth (2013). Well, this was really weird, i like it. :-) Some absurd "wtf is happening" stuff.
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1754228

    "Tell me again that I'm not there."
    "This is ridiculous, Jack."

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    Fuck, so I REALLY liked Baby Driver. One of my favorites this year. I feel like this is closer to what some people were expecting with Drive, though. And I don't mean that as a dig at Drive, because it's still one of my all-time favorites, but I know there was a lot of confusion from the general public because it looked so action-packed in advertisements.

    Anyway, I wanted a funny, over-the-top action car chase movie, and I super got it. Not to mention the music speaks for itself, never mind the way it's used in the film (SO MANY SYNCHRONIZED MOMENTS). Well done, mister Wright!

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    Another message with tons of caps - FUCKING GO WATCH BLACK MIRROR. I just finished season 3 episode 1 and I STOOD AND CHEERED IN MY LIVING ROOM. Absolutely magnificent show.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haysey View Post
    I watched Baby Driver last night. It was pretty awesome. The music, acting, story, characters and action were all great and it was a really fun film to watch. As far as films go this year (and there have been a lot of good films) this is up there, not quite as good as Logan or Your Name for me but defiantly a film worth seeing and will be on many's peoples "film of the year" list
    Quoted solely because Baby Driver and Your Name are both equally deserving of all the attention they can get. I actually still have the soundtracks for both getting really heavy rotation on my phone, heh. YEAH I SING "DREAM LANTERN" IN MY CAR SO WHAT.
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    been meaning to watch this for ages


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    Mr. Robot. Without a doubt my favorite TV show ever. I can't wait for season 3.

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    Totally addictive and wacky


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    Just started watching this series. Thoroughly enjoying so far.


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    We used NIN's Ghosts as a soundtrack for our short, check it out:

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    Oh fudge! Shin Godzilla is FINALLY getting a limited cinema run in the UK, and the only cinema close to me was an independent cinema miles from me really late at night (which would make getting home an issue) but it was the only one so i bought a ticket...then a week later cineworld announce they're showing it (i have a cineworld card, so it wouldn't have cost me anything) at a cinema MUCH closer to me and at a much earlier time. And the Indie cinema don't offer refunds under any circumstances, all sales are final...FUDGE!

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    Binged my way through Season 1 of Netflix's Ozark this weekend. A pretty solid series and works at the Breaking Bad mode of anxiety. I think Bateman works pretty well for this kind of role but I find myself sometimes seeing him as Michael Bluth trying to troubleshoot every obstacle in his way.

    Edit: By the way, I noted a very Ghosts/Atticus vibe to the soundtrack on this. It's a lovely piece of ambience to a good pacing of stress in a storyline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sentient View Post
    Binged my way through Season 1 of Netflix's Ozark this weekend. A pretty solid series and works at the Breaking Bad mode of anxiety. I think Bateman works pretty well for this kind of role but I find myself sometimes seeing him as Michael Bluth trying to troubleshoot every obstacle in his way.

    Edit: By the way, I noted a very Ghosts/Atticus vibe to the soundtrack on this. It's a lovely piece of ambience to a good pacing of stress in a storyline.
    I also watched Ozark in its entirety and absolutely loved it.

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    This show called Blood Drive, it's just in it's first season.

    It's kind of awesome and hilarious, super cheesy B-movie style acting and effects, very Grindhouse-y, there's sex scenes where they put big black censors over genitals and penetration.

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