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1 hour ago, Silent Member said:

that Dr Who remaster trailer looks terrible! did they crop a 4:3 show shot on video to 2.31:1 and just denoise and sharpen the shit out of it. disguuuuusting.

Looks like it was shot on video originally

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On 6/1/2021 at 9:51 AM, Silent Member said:

Thanks for the warning, looks like I won't bother.

I liked it. it's a decent detective story with a very good cast. The same internet that has pronounced this series as flawed were blowing their loads over some soft brain Marvel shit a month ago.

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4 hours ago, Enthusiast said:

Looks like it was shot on video originally

Yeah, that's my point, why would you crop out the little video information that is there and blow up the image. Not to mention that you're missing half the image.

Maybe I'll give mare a shot then, after all.

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                                                                i haven't watched any marvel cinematic universe movie or tv show

                                                                                         but i just watched LOKI and really enjoyed the acting and story of the first episode

 

                                                                                      anyone have an absolute favorite of the bunch that i should watch?

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On 6/3/2021 at 6:51 PM, Silent Member said:

Yeah, that's my point, why would you crop out the little video information that is there and blow up the image. Not to mention that you're missing half the image.

Maybe I'll give mare a shot then, after all.

 

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2 hours ago, diatoms said:

                                                                i haven't watched any marvel cinematic universe movie or tv show

                                                                                         but i just watched LOKI and really enjoyed the acting and story of the first episode

 

                                                                                      anyone have an absolute favorite of the bunch that i should watch?

I liked Loki, seems very inspired by The Adjustment Bureau, Terry Gilliam, Douglas Adams, etc.  As for the MCU, it depends on what kind of movies you like, but they are a continuous narrative.

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^ what he said 

Rubin is right about continuity of MCU films but I can't recommend Guardian's of the Galaxy highly enough. It functions (or can function) completely on its own, and is probably one of my fave films of the last 10 years. It's just an excellent, hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes heartmendingly beautiful amazing flick. My wife and I watch at least once a year every year. 

FYI - don't put it on and go in the other room and make some popcorn or something and come back - there's a specific tonal shift in the first 5 mins or so that is so well carried off I can't stand the thought of someone missing it when they watch it for the first time. 

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42 minutes ago, T3551ER said:

^ what he said 

BUT

Rubin is right about continuity of MCU films but I can't recommend Guardian's of the Galaxy highly enough. It functions (or can function) completely on its own, and is probably one of my fave films of the last 10 years. It's just an excellent, hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes heartmendingly beautiful amazing flick. My wife and I watch at least once a year every year. 

FYI - don't put it on and go in the other room and make some popcorn or something and come back - there's a specific tonal shift in the first 5 mins or so that is so well carried off I can't stand the thought of someone missing it when they watch it for the first time. 

I almost recommended Guardians 1 as a good stand alone place to start.

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1 hour ago, Rubin Farr said:

I liked Loki, seems very inspired by The Adjustment Bureau, Terry Gilliam, Douglas Adams, etc.  As for the MCU, it depends on what kind of movies you like, but they are a continuous narrative.

 

56 minutes ago, T3551ER said:

^ what he said 

BUT

Rubin is right about continuity of MCU films but I can't recommend Guardian's of the Galaxy highly enough. It functions (or can function) completely on its own, and is probably one of my fave films of the last 10 years. It's just an excellent, hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes heartmendingly beautiful amazing flick. My wife and I watch at least once a year every year. 

FYI - don't put it on and go in the other room and make some popcorn or something and come back - there's a specific tonal shift in the first 5 mins or so that is so well carried off I can't stand the thought of someone missing it when they watch it for the first time. 

 

12 minutes ago, Rubin Farr said:

I almost recommended Guardians 1 as a good stand alone place to start.

 

      

                                                                                  ok guardians it is, thanks

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I really enjoyed Dr. Strange. Check that out too :rdjgrin:

7 hours ago, diatoms said:

 

 

 

      

                                                                                  ok guardians it is, thanks

 

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                                                            ok watched gotg and had a fun time:)

6 hours ago, yekker said:

I really enjoyed Dr. Strange. Check that out too :rdjgrin:

                                                                          my brother told me to watch this about three years ago

                                                                                           i guess i just stopped watching movies after university

                                                                                     but i'm really enjoying the fantasy element to these films & tv show

                                                                                                                 on to dr. strange, thanks:)

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                                                                watched dr. strange and had a fun time, thanks:)

                                                                              i'm really enjoying the marvel universe

                                                                                      scorsese is up his own ass

                                                           

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this is show is a perfect encapsulation of modern television; it's got perfectly mediocre to terrible actors (i.e. background actors getting their first speaking role), a screenplay that's one part x-files and two parts graduate film school spec and a location manager that clearly has no quality control in his vocabulary. it's even worse than this which is an accomplishment in my eyes

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