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  1. Ramsay B.

    MMA & Boxing 20: D.C. Stands For "Double Champ"

    It’s almost like Crowder was baiting him by staying on his knees for those few moments before. But yeah, fuck Hardy. Dana is fucking sour. Cejudo calling him Uncle Dana was pretty funny.
  2. What did you think? I think it had some potential but ended up being ok at best. I thought the acting was pretty bad too. I guess Margaret Qualley’s character was supposed to be a little awkward or something, but some of the lines she delivered were so flat and robotic that it became distracting. Maybe it was the dialogue as even Anthony Mackie seemed a little off. Was Margaret Qualley good in The Leftovers? I only remember her from a small role in The Nice Guys, which she was fine in.
  3. I started to play Hollow Knight on the Switch. It’s a pretty fun time waster while at work. Loving the score and sad atmosphere of it. I’m also playing Far Cry 4. I’ve never played any of these games and had it in my library so gave it a go. The animals can be annoyingly relentless. There’s been a few times where I see a vendor I need walking, and an eagle, or whatever, comes out of nowhere and kills him. I played a few hours of LoU and it didn’t click with me either. Maybe I didn’t give it enough time though. I tend to do that sometimes.
  4. Ramsay B.

    MLB Offseason 2018: Harper, Your Herald Boras Sings

    A few days ago I read that Red Sox were the leaders for Ottavino, and started to get really sour. A minor victory I guess.
  5. It was pretty good. They obviously chose to go a very different route than the original by getting Thom Yorke, but it was haunting and fit the movie. There is one major scene at the end where Yorke’s vocals are deliberately blaring and is kind of at odds with the scene... but it works in a sick and twisted way. The last half hour of this is pretty wild.
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    True Detective Season 3 (SPOILERS)

    That would mean Elisa would be in her low to mid 40’s. She looks much younger than that(the actress is 31). They could obviously be related somehow though.
  7. I’m intrigued to see what you say about this. I haven’t watched it yet. I saw the new Suspiria yesterday and I guess I liked it. It had some weird ass choices(Thom Yorke’s vocals over some scenes) and was over 2.5 hours long but it ended with an obnoxious bang. It kinda drags a few times, and could’ve easily been edited down a good 15-20 minutes, but I was engaged for the most part. I don’t really remember the original so I don’t know how close the script was to that either.
  8. Ramsay B.

    True Detective Season 3 (SPOILERS)

    I thought it was a really solid start. Obviously a lot of similarities to the first season, as even the dark and dramatic background music sounds almost exactly the same(S1 ep5 when they show Marty’s kids grow up). I do agree that the 3 timelines could be an issue but it doesn’t bother me yet. Stephen Dorff in this looks just like Dennis Quaid to me.
  9. Ramsay B.

    Deadwood... the Film?

    So I’m doing a rewatch and I never noticed before that Nick Offerman is in episode 2 of S1... and shows his schlong too. Ha
  10. It aired in April of 2016... so yes it has.
  11. Ramsay B.

    NFL 2019: Wild Card, Mitches!

    I thought it would be a game also, this is just way too easy. I picked Indy in Pick’em and I’m looking to go 0-5 now. That’s pretty hard to do.
  12. It’s been a few years since so I don’t recall all of my complaints... but I do remember my biggest one being that everything just happened to fall into Hiddleston’s lap constantly. To the point that it was ridiculous and annoyed me. I think I just expected a lot more too. I have not. Will put it on my list.
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    NFL 2019: Wild Card, Mitches!

    A slight pulse, Jace!
  14. They said it will be ready for a spring premiere in the EW article. I liked how the spectacle of it all was outrageous but wasn’t too over-the-top at the same time, Yorgos really nailed that aspect of it. I didn’t know what to expect from him after seeing The Killing of a Sacred Deer, but he’s 2-2 with me now. Will have to watch The Lobster soon. I think The Night Manager(which I really disliked)was the only thing I remember Colman from before these recent ones. I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for her projects now.
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