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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-03-29, 12:37

Death Roe wrote:It is a chick flick show. GF watches it when I don't have anything to watch on the big TV.

It is so fucking boring and so dumb.

Although I did get her hooked on Leftovers....:rockon:
Yeah, tWife watches it, but I never have. She did tell me about the recent tennis racket scene, which was painful enough to hear. That sure as shit isn't going to get me to watch it.
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Post by xsanguine on 2017-03-30, 23:50

If it ain't about subversion, it doesn't deserve to be watched...


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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-04-04, 14:03

gHost, when is your review coming for Jewel's Hallmark movie "Framed for Murder: A Fixer Upper Mystery"?
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2017-04-09, 00:31

Watching Avatar for the first time. Not really my cup of tea in general but I like it so far. I'm about an hour in.

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Post by Death Roe on 2017-04-09, 09:36

Superstore on NBC just keeps getting funnier and funnier.

Also, Preacher season 1 and Fargo season 2 are now on Hulu.

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I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Death Roe on 2017-04-13, 08:37

I'm burning through Preacher, and plan on hitting up Better Call Saul next. I watched the first series episode when Tuco shows up at the end, but honestly just got sidetracked and didn't keep going.

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Where to start?
I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-04-14, 18:32

Is anybody else still watching The Americans? I'm a couple of episodes behind but the evolution of Paige is getting pretty interesting.
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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-04-14, 21:33

Floyd Robertson wrote:Is anybody else still watching The Americans? I'm a couple of episodes behind but the evolution of Paige is getting pretty interesting.
One of my favorite shows.
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Post by xsanguine on 2017-04-19, 21:20

The “Deadwood” TV Movie Script Is Done

Garth Franklin, Dark Horizons wrote:Doing early press for “American Gods,” actor Ian McShane has revealed that the proposed telemovie revival of HBO’s “Deadwood” and his most iconic character Al Swearengen is moving forward.

After months of seemingly no movement, McShane tells TV Line that series creator David Milch’s “two-hour movie script’s been delivered to HBO…if they don’t deliver [a finished product], blame them.”

McShane adds that he’s spoken to Milch ‘about some of’ the script: “I’ll be seeing him for lunch [soon]. We’d all love to do it… It would be nice to see all of the old gang again.”

In January, HBO’s top programming exec Casey Bloys said “I haven’t read [Milch]’s script yet… I know he’s working on it. But I have not seen anything yet.”




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Post by InTenSity on 2017-04-22, 22:03

Just watched Pet. Not going to say it's the greatest, but last 2/3 was decent.

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Post by Death Roe on 2017-04-26, 13:25

A sequel to Unbreakable/Split is coming in January of 2019, called "Glass"

Sam Jackson, Bruce Willis, and James McAvoy

So pumped

http://www.slashfilm.com/unbreakable-sequel-title-glass/

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Where to start?
I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Rocinante on 2017-04-26, 13:34

Death Roe wrote:A sequel to Unbreakable/Split is coming in January of 2019, called "Glass"

Sam Jackson, Bruce Willis, and James McAvoy

So pumped

http://www.slashfilm.com/unbreakable-sequel-title-glass/

Haven't seen Split yet. I'm super M. Night averse after he fucked my asshole with Lady in the Water, and The Happening.

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Post by Death Roe on 2017-04-26, 14:42

Come back, bro. He'll lick your asshole gently now.

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I mean, the first thing with pea soup is the texture, okay?
I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Nordic on 2017-05-05, 13:17

I watched E1 of Genius last night. It's about Albert Einstein. It was pretty good. I set the DVR to record the rest. E2 is queued up.
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Post by xsanguine on 2017-05-05, 13:23

Rocinante wrote:
Death Roe wrote:A sequel to Unbreakable/Split is coming in January of 2019, called "Glass"

Sam Jackson, Bruce Willis, and James McAvoy

So pumped

http://www.slashfilm.com/unbreakable-sequel-title-glass/

Haven't seen Split yet. I'm super M. Night averse after he fucked my asshole with Lady in the Water, and The Happening.

I'm not an M. Night fan, myself. But Split was a pretty cool film. I dug it.,

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Post by Nordic on 2017-05-05, 13:30

xsanguine wrote:
Rocinante wrote:

Haven't seen Split yet. I'm super M. Night averse after he fucked my asshole with Lady in the Water, and The Happening.

I'm not an M. Night fan, myself. But Split was a pretty cool film. I dug it.,

As a father of two daughters, there is no way in hell I will watch Split.
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Nordic wrote:
xsanguine wrote:

I'm not an M. Night fan, myself. But Split was a pretty cool film. I dug it.,

As a father of two daughters, there is no way in hell I will watch Split.

I got one and it gets me a little fired up.

Get your daughters into boxing, muay thai, bjj... something!

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Post by Nordic on 2017-05-05, 13:43

xsanguine wrote:
Nordic wrote:

As a father of two daughters, there is no way in hell I will watch Split.

I got one and it gets me a little fired up.

Get your daughters into boxing, muay thai, bjj... something!

Ha...I just posted this in the other movie thread...we are actually taking a self defense class tonight. I'm gonna ATTACK!!!
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Post by Rocinante on 2017-05-05, 13:59

I'm way behind the rest of the world. Just started watching the amerikans. Pretty hawt.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-05-06, 20:01

The "Genius" thing on NatGeo about Einstein is pretty darn good. I think it's on Tuesdays. A couple of episodes have already aired.
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Post by Death Roe on 2017-05-06, 21:29

Chris Fucking Nolan's production company, Syncopy, is officially producing James Bond 25. He is considering directing as well.

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Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by MattyFresh on 2017-05-06, 21:52

Death Roe wrote:Chris Fucking Nolan's production company, Syncopy, is officially producing James Bond 25. He is considering directing as well.

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Post by tGreenWay on 2017-05-07, 23:16

I'm convinced in The Departed that Leo DiCaprio's character was the one who got Vera Farmiga pregnant, not Matt Damon.

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Post by Nordic on 2017-05-08, 01:22

Floyd Robertson wrote:The "Genius" thing on NatGeo about Einstein is pretty darn good. I think it's on Tuesdays. A couple of episodes have already aired.

Just watched E2....very very good
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Post by WhiteBoyHatcher on 2017-05-15, 09:29

This sounds interesting. I am always intrigued at this topic. I will watch.

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/tupac-notorious-big-murder-drama-ordered-at-usa-1002867?utm_source=twitter

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Post by Rocinante on 2017-05-15, 13:35

tGreenWay wrote:I'm convinced in The Departed that Leo DiCaprio's character was the one who got Vera Farmiga pregnant, not Matt Damon.

Duh Bro.

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Post by Death Roe on 2017-05-15, 13:49

I might go see King Arthur this week. Fiance doesn't want to go see it, it'll be a me/myself/jerking off movie.

(I don't jerk off in movie theaters)

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
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Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Rocinante on 2017-05-15, 13:59

I have not heard of that movie, DR.

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Post by Death Roe on 2017-05-15, 14:04

That's great. I'm glad to have informed you.

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2017-05-15, 14:10

New Master of None season came out on Friday. It's a quick watch. tWife and I finished it up yesterday. If you liked the 1st season you'll like this season too. Seems a bit more refined than season one. The Thanksgiving episode was hilarious.


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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-05-15, 15:26

Death Roe wrote:I might go see King Arthur this week. Fiance doesn't want to go see it, it'll be a me/myself/jerking off movie.

(I don't jerk off in movie theaters)
You might want to hurry up, after the opening weekend it had, it might no be in many theaters by Friday.

I want to see it, but will probably wait till it's on HBO or something. I'm a huge fan of the Arthurian legends, but not of fan of what Hollywood has done with it in the past 35 years (since Excalibur). The whole "new take on an old tale" is itself getting old. This looks like it might keep some of the classic elements (i.e., Excalibur pulled from the stone and all that), so I've got an open mind, despite the box office and reviews.
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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-06-08, 13:32

Floyd Robertson wrote:The "Genius" thing on NatGeo about Einstein is pretty darn good. I think it's on Tuesdays. A couple of episodes have already aired.
I'm really enjoying this show, but in their efforts to transition from the younger actor to Geoffrey Rush's older Einstein in this week's episode, they have him looking like he aged 20 years or more between 1915 and 1918.

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Post by Floyd Robertson on 2017-06-08, 13:46

MiamiSpartan wrote:
Floyd Robertson wrote:The "Genius" thing on NatGeo about Einstein is pretty darn good. I think it's on Tuesdays. A couple of episodes have already aired.
I'm really enjoying this show, but in their efforts to transition from the younger actor to Geoffrey Rush's older Einstein in this week's episode, they have him looking like he aged 20 years or more between 1915 and 1918.

Einstein in 1915


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I haven't watched that one yet. I honestly wasn't sure if they were going to do that this season, or angle for a second season and do it then. I would have been fine with the latter.
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Post by InTenSity on 2017-06-08, 13:56

What thread were you guys talking about Split in? I wanted to go back and read it after seeing the movie, but couldn't find it by search.

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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-06-08, 15:26

Floyd Robertson wrote:
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I'm really enjoying this show, but in their efforts to transition from the younger actor to Geoffrey Rush's older Einstein in this week's episode, they have him looking like he aged 20 years or more between 1915 and 1918.

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I haven't watched that one yet. I honestly wasn't sure if they were going to do that this season, or angle for a second season and do it then. I would have been fine with the latter.
There is a second season of Genius that has already been approved, but I believe I read that it's going to be about someone different, and that that person will be introduced in the season finale of this one. Lots of possibilities with all that was going on in the scientific community in the first half of this century, and how intertwined so much of the scientists were (as they've shown quite a bit in this series).
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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2017-06-08, 15:58

The new "season" of Sherlock is on Netflix. I'm surprised they were able to get Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman back together since they've both gotten pretty huge in movies recently. I use quotes on the word season, because Sherlock is basically a series of movies. Each episode is roughly 90 minutes long and there are only 3 episodes a season.

This show is really well done if you haven't watched it. It's Sherlock Holmes, so I'll leave it at that. Cumberbatch is Sherlock. Freeman is Watson. I forget the name of the guy that plays Moriarty but he is great as well. He played one of the bad guys in one of the latest Bond movies. Spectre I think.
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Post by Death Roe on 2017-06-08, 16:18

Intensity, it's on page 3 of this thread. (Split discussion)

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I've had watery pea soup, it's AWFUL.
Uh, I've had gelatinous, thick pea soup, it's TERRIBLE.
Pea soup, much like clam chowder, needs to have that consistency first, that you can stand the spoon up in it, but the spoon soon tilts, that's the consistency you want.
Number two: Uh, pea soup on it's own can be a little bland. It wants, uh, a fairly aggressive peppering and salting.
Number three: Pea soup needs a fine dice of ham. Not bacon, not any other meat, not turkey. It needs a fine dice of ham.
Uh, number four: Uh, pea soup scorches easily. You don't wanna heat it on a high heat. You wanna heat it on medium low, just until it's warmed through.
Uh, number five: Pea soup is best made, uh, by hand, not out of a Campbell's can. And the key to pea soup, you want a ham bone, uh, for the stock you make, uh, to, to boil your peas.
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Post by MiamiSpartan on 2017-06-08, 16:37

Watch Out Pylon! wrote:The new "season" of Sherlock is on Netflix. I'm surprised they were able to get Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman back together since they've both gotten pretty huge in movies recently. I use quotes on the word season, because Sherlock is basically a series of movies. Each episode is roughly 90 minutes long and there are only 3 episodes a season.

This show is really well done if you haven't watched it. It's Sherlock Holmes, so I'll leave it at that. Cumberbatch is Sherlock. Freeman is Watson. I forget the name of the guy that plays Moriarty but he is great as well. He played one of the bad guys in one of the latest Bond movies. Spectre I think.
Is that a British TV series (a BBC show or something)? It rings a bell from a few months ago, where some Brits on my twitter feed were gushing it.
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Post by DWags on 2017-06-08, 19:09

So, is Wonder Woman good? If so, why?

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Post by Watch Out Pylon! on 2017-06-08, 21:05

MiamiSpartan wrote:
Watch Out Pylon! wrote:The new "season" of Sherlock is on Netflix. I'm surprised they were able to get Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman back together since they've both gotten pretty huge in movies recently. I use quotes on the word season, because Sherlock is basically a series of movies. Each episode is roughly 90 minutes long and there are only 3 episodes a season.

This show is really well done if you haven't watched it. It's Sherlock Holmes, so I'll leave it at that. Cumberbatch is Sherlock. Freeman is Watson. I forget the name of the guy that plays Moriarty but he is great as well. He played one of the bad guys in one of the latest Bond movies. Spectre I think.
Is that a British TV series (a BBC show or something)? It rings a bell from a few months ago, where some Brits on my twitter feed were gushing it.



Yep. You can catch it on PBS too.
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