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  • Last Movie You Saw & What Did you Think

    I went to see Glass today. Holy cow, is it one giant turd of a movie. I've never actually seen someone walk out of a movie, but two different people walked out of this one. Even the best scene, to avoid spoilers I'm talking about the orderly and the lights, didn't make a lick of sense.
  • Burger King used AI to write ads (Funny Bot Thread)

    I hate to ruin your day, but they were all written by people.
  • October Spooktacular 2: The Spookquel

    jmars99 said:
    House of the Devil was good. Sloooooow burn so if that’s not your thing then stay away. Retro fun. Feels 80’s but made in 2009 (with a young Greta Gerwig in a supporting role). Has A-Ron ever seen the original Halloween? It is and always will be my favorite. Drag Me to Hell by the great Sam Raimi. 
    The problem with House of the Devil is that any discussion about it at all ruins the experience. You really need to go in knowing nothing, so it's not the best podcast movie.
  • 4.10 Winner (Season Finale)

    Dee said:
    I agree with Dan from Philly. Nacho was the most interesting and they just forgot about him towards the end, other than a cursory, “Oh, Nacho is rich but sad” moment, and it doesn’t seem realistic that Gus would have let Mike live AND be still trusting him as his 2IC in Breaking Bad. 
    If you're running a criminal empire and murder everyone who makes any kind of mistake, you won't have much of a criminal empire left. Gus sees that Mike is as meticulous as he is, and even Gus makes mistakes.

    Everything is also going pretty peachy for Gus at the moment, so he wouldn't be in the mindset to have a Victor like reaction.
  • Making A Murderer - Season 2

    Reni said:

    I had no idea there was going to be a second season, it's coming out October 19. I loved the first season, but I wonder if part 2 is necessary or even if they can make it half as interesting as the first one. Based on this trailer it looks like it's going to be about trying to overturn the conviction, which, if it had been successful, would have been all over the news. So isn't the whole thing "spoiled" by knowing that they weren't able to overturn it? I'm definitely going to watch it but I'm kinda stumped why they made this. What do you guys think?
    Aren't all true crime documentaries spoiled since they're based on true crimes?

    I thought the first season was great until I did a bit of research on my own and then was deeply disgusted by the whole thing. It's borderline fiction what was actually released to Netflix since they straight up just ignored everything that didn't fit exactly with the narrative they wanted to tell.