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    316882 A really fun film. Takashi Miike is...

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    A really fun film. Takashi Miike is kind of a Japanese version of Quentin Tarantino with a fraction of the budgets and a shooting schedule that rarely exceeds a month. He is one of the...
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    Avenue 5 is pretty good. If you enjoyed...

    Avenue 5 is pretty good. If you enjoyed Iannucci's The Death of Stalin or Veep, then you'll probably like this. My read on it is that this off-course space liner haplessly careening around the solar...
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    Fans of the X-Files will enjoy The Outsider....

    Fans of the X-Files will enjoy The Outsider. Starts out as a fairly straight forward police procedural but by ep3 it has the feel and structure of a classic X-Files monster hunt episode. Lead actor...
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    This is the excellent 2010 rockumentary Beyond...

    This is the excellent 2010 rockumentary Beyond the Lighted Stage; it is entertaining and contains pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Rush. Interesting fact: Rush broke into America...
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    I recommend Three Rivers Ranch. The guides are...

    I recommend Three Rivers Ranch. The guides are good; not much turnover in that crew. The price is about the same as everyone else. It's centrally located between the upper and lower river. Most...
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    Right. Just a coincidence we had a remote god, an...

    Right. Just a coincidence we had a remote god, an egotistical fallen hero, a paradise, an Adam and Eve and the Tree of Knowledge. Just a coincidence that one of the main questions of the comic, the...
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    I thought it was good. I was dead wrong about the...

    I thought it was good. I was dead wrong about the mcguffin being a giant guilt projector but that's what I get for trying to sort through all of Lindelof's red herrings. I liked the funny, subversive...
  8. Forrest Gump wasn't a real person. Maybe I...

    Forrest Gump wasn't a real person.

    Maybe I missed it, but did the film ever even suggest that Frank is full of shit? If you're going to use a real person, imho, you need to make it somewhat clear...
  9. Thread: UFC

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    The night Robbie Lawler's lip tear and Leslie...

    The night Robbie Lawler's lip tear and Leslie Smith's ear explosion got together and made a baby.

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  10. I didn't care much for it. I thought it sort of...

    I didn't care much for it. I thought it sort of meandered around. I thought it was self-indulgently long. I didn't enjoy Deniro's mumbling, old man narration. I dont think the Sheeran character had...
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    I really enjoy these "puzzle" shows and, dang,...

    I really enjoy these "puzzle" shows and, dang, this one is almost as puzzling as Westworld. It gives one something to think about.

    How do I know this stuff? Because you can't understand western...
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    I don't think it's an eraser. IMO, everything...

    I don't think it's an eraser. IMO, everything we've seen suggests it's a psychic projector. We have been shown a combination of things to indicate this. Trieu acquired Veidt's company; presumably,...
  13. Thread: Mandalorian

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    Yeah, I've seen this one already. Instead of the...

    Yeah, I've seen this one already. Instead of the Man with No Name, it has the Man with No Face.

    And that's ok; Star Wars was at its best when it was simple. It was just borrowing basic genre...
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    I guess the previous owner was a guide with a bad...

    I guess the previous owner was a guide with a bad case of butt rash. You don't see a lot of rope seats out there; that's mostly for swamp ass guides who have to row 6 or 7 days a week for three...
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    I just watched it again last weekend prior to...

    I just watched it again last weekend prior to watching the first three episodes of the show. The thing that really jumps out at me is the dynamic between Veidt and Dr. Manhattan. At the story's heart...
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    Its a good film but its not a great one, by any...

    Its a good film but its not a great one, by any means. If I had to put a finger on what's wrong with it, I'd blame Snyder's direction of his actors' line delivery. The film looks great, but some of...
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    IMO, The only one who isn't shown to be deeply...

    IMO, The only one who isn't shown to be deeply flawed is Silk Spectre 2.

    Rorschach is a sadistic, vindictive psychopath with a sense of "morality" that stems from his abusive childhood. He's got...
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    Uhhhh....... In the first 30 minutes of the...

    Uhhhh.......

    In the first 30 minutes of the film, we see the Comedian assassinate JFK, beat the shit of Silk Spectre and try to rape her, burn surrendering soldiers alive and murder his pregnant...
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    Yeah, phone pics don't do it justice. I try to...

    Yeah, phone pics don't do it justice. I try to post pics that give a sense of the scale of the place but the phone makes a 45 degree 700 ft slope seem tame.
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    Oooops, my bad. Yeah, I'll accept that "dipshit"....

    Oooops, my bad. Yeah, I'll accept that "dipshit". No one wants to be mistaken for that poser.
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    Okay, Dunfree. Whatever. I remember when your...

    Okay, Dunfree. Whatever. I remember when your idea of rural was Jackson, WY, the wealthiest 10,000 person town in America. My, My... you whined at the thought of having to move over the Pass or to...
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    Ummmm.....no. One place has a full accompaniment...

    Ummmm.....no. One place has a full accompaniment of municipal services, the other does not. Those are "factual things." When your little town can barely keep its hospital open, has no maternity ward...
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    Most of the intermountain West is government...

    Most of the intermountain West is government land. 75% in Idaho. Why buy a cow when milk is free? Why limit yourself to just one view? Buy a fifth wheel RV and you can enjoy millions of acres of land...
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    Yeah, that's a really good point. Be sure to...

    Yeah, that's a really good point. Be sure to scout out the people who would be living around you. Not just the guns, drunks and weird stuff. Simple things like dogs and livestock have a way of...
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    I dunno if living "approximately 10min out of...

    I dunno if living "approximately 10min out of town" really qualifies as rural living. IMO, rural living is when you got to drive an hour or more just to get to a fucking Walmart or a halfway decent...
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    Just my opinion but I think the warm and calm days of Fall give the best sight fishing of the year. I should have taken a pic of the schools...
  28. Thread: The Deuce

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    I liked the coda because it didn't let Vince off...

    I liked the coda because it didn't let Vince off the hook. For me, one of the defining moments of the 3rd season was in Frankie's videotape at the wake where he concludes his story and says "You...
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    300141 That was old school.

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    That was old school.
  30. Thread: The Deuce

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    I liked it. A classic David Simon show that...

    I liked it.

    A classic David Simon show that was unfairly overshadowed by Franco's personal issues and then virtually ghosted by critics afraid of drawing negative attention from the #metoo folks....
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    I hear that. I had a close call this summer when...

    I hear that. I had a close call this summer when I suffered my first ever twist-and-lock foot entrapment while wet wading rapids in Bitch Creek. I lost my wading staff and almost lost my rod. I was...
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    I think the thing most folks are underestimating...

    I think the thing most folks are underestimating when it comes to swimming in waders is drag. You may feel confident swimming in waders in light current, but in fast water, the hydraulic drag of...
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    Yeah, that's one of the worst. What a lousy place...

    Yeah, that's one of the worst. What a lousy place for a swimming hole. Not just that death trap; that water coming over the falls is, more or less, liquid cow shit.

    But, it's not just those...
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    I had a fishing buddy drown in high volume class...

    I had a fishing buddy drown in high volume class I. He was a lifetime guide with 25 years of experience.

    That experience didn't help because when his drift boat flipped, he was in the cockpit and...
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    The pic I selected isn't from the SF area. Harry...

    The pic I selected isn't from the SF area. Harry took his road pic when he crested the high ground in north Teton county on hwy 32. That's the Henry's Fork watershed. The view out the passenger...
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    Yeah, my stepmom caught a 35 pounder down there....

    Yeah, my stepmom caught a 35 pounder down there. Mostly, we went there to catch sauger and walleye. Ever eat sauger? Probably the best eating freshwater fish around.
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    That's my stomping grounds. That's some of the...

    That's my stomping grounds. That's some of the prettiest farm country in the whole damn world. Some of the best sharptail grouse country, too. Plus a few decent rivers. All those canyon fishing pics...
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    Uh....no. Nashville is the Athens of the South....

    Uh....no. Nashville is the Athens of the South. The rest of TN, not so much.

    Looks like the lower Caney. Did you get a sauger? Lot of sauger and walleye in that stretch.
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    The larger concern is that if this leads to a...

    The larger concern is that if this leads to a shooting war between the Saudis and Iranians, it will shut down all oil shipping in the Persian Gulf. About a fifth of the world supply of oil has to...
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    Hmmmm.....whats the rogue petrochemical dependent...

    Hmmmm.....whats the rogue petrochemical dependent country that requires a minimum of $75 barrel oil to balance its budget? You know, the one whose utterly corrupt leadership is facing increasing...
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