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Old 11-02-2019, 10:16 PM   #3721
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The Breakfast Lunch Dinner episode with Seth Rogen in Vancouver is really good.
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Old 11-03-2019, 08:32 AM   #3722
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Season 3 of Atypical came out the other day. I'm about 3 episodes in so far and it's pretty good so far.
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:25 AM   #3723
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New Beverly Hills Cop!


https://www.engadget.com/2019/11/14/...ls-cop-sequel/


I thought Eddie Murphy was great in Dolomite. This should be fun.
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:33 AM   #3724
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Man, that last one was bad, it was basically Eddie needs to score some coke so lets stamp this thing out.
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:40 AM   #3725
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Ya, but that was a long time ago. I have hope.
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Old 11-15-2019, 10:13 AM   #3726
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Toys that made us season 3 is up.
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Old 11-15-2019, 10:55 AM   #3727
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Found it!

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Old 11-25-2019, 09:52 AM   #3728
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Season 2 of Final Space dropped yesterday. I enjoyed the first season (it started a little rough but then really picked up the pace) so will get around to watching it pretty quick.
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The Breakfast Lunch Dinner episode with Seth Rogen in Vancouver is really good.
I couldnt get through it. I thought I'd like it because I'm fairly familiar with Vancouver but...

I just dont get Seth Rogan. I dont understand how he exists as a largely vapid human being or how people are enamoured with him and his humour in any way.

I figured that it would be an interesting opportunity to see Rogen off-script and candid and....it just....his constant wheezy guffaw.....it was worse. I didnt think it could be and yet it was.
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I couldnt get through it. I thought I'd like it because I'm fairly familiar with Vancouver but...

I just dont get Seth Rogan. I dont understand how he exists as a largely vapid human being or how people are enamoured with him and his humour in any way.

I figured that it would be an interesting opportunity to see Rogen off-script and candid and....it just....his constant wheezy guffaw.....it was worse. I didnt think it could be and yet it was.
I watched it, too, and also gave up. I think I got through about 70% of it. I don't know who that Asian (apologies if that's the wrong term) guy is, but I like Seth Rogan so I watched it. The Asian guy seems really boring and unfunny. I gathered he's a celebrity chef of some sort, but he doesn't have any charisma and isn't funny, so I'm not sure what he was offering to the whole thing. In fact, I don't think the episode would have been any different if he wasn't even there. It was basically just following Seth around while he had the munchies.

Seth's laugh was driving me nuts and usually it's not so bad. He seems like your funniest friend on his best day. Like he's clearly a funny dude, but is so down to earth and normal that it's interesting just from that standpoint alone. I also liked watching him get baked all the time. That seems like a great life. But then I got bored of the whole situation and turned it off.

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Old 11-25-2019, 11:16 AM   #3731
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So the group that did the toys that made us, are releasing the Movies that made us on Friday. Its going to mostly feature the movies of the 80's so it could be really cool.
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Watched the Bikram Yoga documentary. Pretty interesting to me that I had no idea about the crazy dirty story behind Bikram Yoga, and it's probably only 20 years old, so to think I didn't catch wind of this in news stories at the time, is kinda odd.

Side note, I did hot yoga a couple times years back and what an experience. Definitely feel faint pushing yourself, and had a good sleep those nights, but you feel like it was a drug and I totally get why those people in the doc were so crazy about it.
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I was looking at watching that documentary, I'm taking it that you'd recommend it?
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I was looking at watching that documentary, I'm taking it that you'd recommend it?

It was just okay. Nothing earth shattering, but to me kinda interesting that I didn't hear about this guy and it was just a few short years back that he did his thing. Not even as close to interesting as Wild Wild Country, but similar as both are about how people bought into an ideology then the leaders take over. Anyway, Bikram is only 2 hours, so why not.
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Old 11-27-2019, 05:34 PM   #3735
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In case you may not be aware, Scorsese's The Irishman has dropped on Netflix. Clocking in at a brief 3.5 hours, it's going to take a bit of planning to schedule in, but I can't wait to get around to it soon.
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In case you may not be aware, Scorsese's The Irishman has dropped on Netflix. Clocking in at a brief 3.5 hours, it's going to take a bit of planning to schedule in, but I can't wait to get around to it soon.
I saw this and thought....yeah, thats like not a movie, thats an event.

Much like the extended edition of LOTR, its not a decision to be made casually. It requires forethought and preparation.
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Season 2 of Final Space dropped yesterday. I enjoyed the first season (it started a little rough but then really picked up the pace) so will get around to watching it pretty quick.

Its awesome. Seriously awesome.
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Old 11-27-2019, 10:18 PM   #3739
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I have the Irishman on my computer with Netflix however my Shaw Netflix on Bluesky or whatever it is called now on my TV is not available? I’m doing a system refresh but wondering if I’m the only one with this problem?
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Use all the CGI you want, Robert DeNiro, AL Pacino and Joe Pesci still move like 80 year old men. Watched an hour of it last night and could never get over it, honestly don't know if I can finish

Seeing DeNiro confront a store owner at one point was downright laughable.
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