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    Joss Whedon - SF Epic for HBO -The Nevers

    while I'm cautiously optimistic, its much less about Whedon, and more about HBO.
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    Watch, Watched, Watching: The Prequel

    I kind of liked License to Kill... It was a pedestrian flick which also claimed to be a 007 movie....lol.... I agree that Dalton was not the problem... both of his films were not "Bond-worthy" insofar as they lacked gravitas, and the scripts were devoid of sub-text and completely lacked nuance... it viewed as a generic action flick. BTW... we just started watching "Start-Up" on Crackle... 3 episodes in,, but it looks really good... Martin Freeman is killing it... his American accent is excellent...
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    Marvel Cinematic Universe 9: Returning to the Fold

    if the Fox deal goes through... upon the reboot/recasting of the entire Marvel cinematic universe.... the biggest box-office movie of all time will be Avengers vs, X-Men...
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    The Outpost - new fantasy show on the CW

    I couldn;t make the second commercial break... holy cow this was abysmal
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    HBO's Sharp Objects

    good first episode... I din;t mind the slower pace, because it was interesting, and well written
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    Watch, Watched, Watching: The Prequel

    Is anyone watching Yellowstone?... Three episodes in... I've yet to decide whether its worth the investment, but what surprised the hell out of me was this past week --on the Paramount (formerly Spike) Network -- they showed Kelly Reilly's bewbs... and her heiney, but with all the F-bombs on basic cable these days, this was the first time I'd seen this line crossed.
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    Watch, Watched, Watching: The Prequel

    Succession on HBO is an absolute dumpster fire.... but it has its moments... "I can't reveal my sources..... but it's Greg"
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    Ant-Man and the Wasp and the Spoilers

    I had much different expectations going in to this than I did Avengers IW.... or even Solo... Ant-Man is the most light-hearted, brand Marvel has right now... with that, not expecting to see a blockbuster, but rather a "fun" action comedy, I enjoyed it on its own merits... because thats what it was... as such, with the type of movie it was, its incapable of invoking a Ragnorok/Black Panther reaction... I think the safest comparison would be Spiderman Homecoming... Also... Normally I hate child actors, but the kid did well,
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    12 Monkeys

    Very well done finale... except...
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    Watch, Watched, Watching: The Prequel

    4 episodes in... this season's Goliath is really, really fucked up....lol
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    NHL Offseason

    As a Ranger fan... I am of the opinion that Martin Broduer is the best goalie of my lifetime... with respect to the two you mentioned. Speaking of the Rangers, they are rebuilding.... which means that we'll trade a few future all-stars for other team's salary dumps... and bring in a former star well past his prime
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    Cloak & Dagger on (dramatic pause) Freeform *Spoilers*

    Hmmmm.... I took a pass on this, but it appears --judging from the reaction here-- that perhaps I should catch up... I never read the comics... but as much of a TV snob as I am, I still have my guilty CW pleasures.... nothing ventured, I guess...lol
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    Upcoming TV Series of 2018 - Your most anticipated shows

    The shows I'm most looking forward to (off the top of my head) that haven't aired yet, are Mr. Robot S4, The Deuce S2, Daredevil S3, and anything new that Netflix, Amazon or Hulu come up with... Condor looks really good, but we're behind so we haven't watched yet.
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    Luke Cage II - No Spoilers

    I liked this more than S1... Alfre Woodard was great
  15. Sometimes it makes you wonder what movie studios are thinking... A potentially great brand like (World of) Warcraft was an absolute abomination as a movie... granted, they made a lot of money back overseas.... but did they really think that they could take that source material and cram it into a 2 hour flick?...