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Newsday / Re: Obit Lineup
« Last post by RottingCorpse on Today at 01:26:23 PM »
When Republicans talked about dead people voting, you think she's what they meant?
I hate the other ones. And slavishly watched them, as I will this one.
Newsday / Re: Obit Lineup
« Last post by nacho on Today at 01:22:35 PM »
Finally confirming Diane Feinstein's death that actually happened 10 years ago. LOL.
Listen, I might not have the best taste in movies in the world, but those Kenneth Branagh / Hercules Poirot movies (Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile) are gorgeous, old school whodunits that are a fine way to blow two hours. Old fashioned slow-burn pacing? For sure. Melodramatic? Absolutely. But I was wrong on guessing the killers of both movies.

Also, Branagh the director doesn't get nearly enough credit as Branagh the actor. He really does a fantastic job of acclimating you in space / environment. Like you know where characters are going to /moving through as they go from place to place.

Anyway, I'm super stoked for Haunting in Venice in a few weeks.

A Haunting in Venice is more of the same if you liked the other two Branagh / Poirot movies. Lush and dark, and vaguely "supernatural." I liked the way this one twisted around.
Newsday / Re: Obit Lineup
« Last post by nacho on September 26, 2023, 08:36:43 AM »
David McCallum. No one left to calm Gibbs down now.
Movies & Entertainment / Re: Christopher Nolan & the Incredibly Complex Plot Holes!
« Last post by monkey! on September 21, 2023, 09:23:41 AM »
I'm a Luddite, remember?

Is that some gay thing?
Intensive Porpoises / Re: Coronavirus & Lime
« Last post by monkey! on September 19, 2023, 08:24:32 AM »
I love spray cheese!

We spray cheese when surprised... like a skunk.
Reading & Writing / Re: What You're Reading
« Last post by nacho on September 14, 2023, 09:45:36 AM »
Without Warning -- alternate reality PA stuff that was really great.

The sequel, After America remains great. On to the final book!
Movies & Entertainment / Re: Horror Movie Round-Up
« Last post by nacho on September 13, 2023, 02:41:57 PM »
2020's lockdown Home Alone horror Becky was terrific, violent, insane fun.

The Wrath of Becky just dropped on Showtime, picks up six years later with a now kick-ass killer Becky fucking over neo-nazis because it turns her on. It's cool.
Hidden Target -- Netflix's absolutely brainless, stupid Jackie Chan movie with John Cena is totally worth it! Elderly Jackie still delivers. The movie feels like classic 80s Chan. And John Cena is weirdly magical paired with Jackie.
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