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  1. Episode 3 was an absolute cracker. The opening scene in the orphanage a really cathartic and brutal experience.
  2. WAT? I think I partially get your meaning. Fellowship is an almost perfect encapsulation of the world, the characters, the quest itself. But TTT has Helms Deep, Gandalf Vs. Balrog, the Riders of Rohan... RotK was the duffer in the trilogy, if there is one.
  3. I agree. But that first Architect scene and that floppy CGI just broke me. I think Last Crusade scene with the Nazi crashing in the plane did exactly the same thing to me as well. Maybe it's unfair, but I just remember my feeling totally deflated.
  4. No one can have thought that second Matrix movie was any good after the highs of the first one right?
  5. It's a make over show. 30 mins will cover one episode and you'll get it conceptually.
  6. Batman Begins. Despite the excesses of recent super hero movies and the portrayal of insane super powers (Captain Marvel anyone?), this movie still holds up. It's got the Tumbler, a decent Commissioner Gordon, Fox, ninjas and a really corking Batman. 4/5
  7. I'm sure you all know about it, but how many people actually watch Queer Eye? It's unremittingly positive television. With genuinely heartfelt messages of support and self care. It's such lovely TV.
  8. The great thing about streaming Blade Runner 2049 is that when it buffers, no one will notice given its soporific pacing.
  9. Or wait until it's all available and binge. I call this the Now TV model.
  10. Werner Herzohmygod. Exciting stuff. Can't wait.
  11. My review would basically go: "Watching OUATIH is like hearing your old friend tell a meandering, moderately amusing version of 'The Aristocrats' where they lose you part way through the joke but absolutely nail the signature punchline with a flourish [and a well timed elaborate finger click action]".
  12. "I will not sacrifice the Enterprise. We've made too many compromises already, too many retreats. They invade our space and we fall back. They assimilate entire worlds and we fall back. Not again. The line must be drawn here! This far and no further! And I will make them pay for what they've done!" From 4:10. But this entire sequence shows Picard's unyielding hatred and determination to beat the Borg. Everyone commits everything in these scenes.
  13. Hi, I keep on getting turned away by the Diceman despite clearing every level (and the ghost levels and the run and gun levels), am I missing anything fucking obvious. Classic Cuphead. Even the process of reaching the end game makes me want to throw myself out of the window. Do I need to complete every level on regular?
  14. It was only a matter of time before the dweebs declared war over Disney Princesses.
  15. I, for one, look forward to another THORtful handling of this character by Waititi.
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