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  1. The open with Inner Circle all driving up separately, parking together and heading to the arena was the dope shit for a random cold open, id love MORE of those, keep it under a minute and I'm sold Casters line about the staircase had me laughing hard! Then that botch! But hey fuck it, for all the complaints about wrestling being choreographed and coordinated dancing or whatever i appreciate a real in the moment botch that sells the match as a competitive heated battle. Must've been a potato cart nearby Hangmans face post match looked like he must have snacked on one at some point
  2. This thread about Kenny in AEW seems to give his arc some sort of a storyline if you squint just so,, then this kinda almost makes sense? Dunno tbh, have some dynamite episodes to catch up on.
  3. Elizium I'm hoping, please , you can recommend a good movie showcasing John Candy as having a deep range with his acting. I'll be honest I'm way more familiar with him in comedy as say a costar or popping in for a quick scene. I'm intrigued and hope to see him chewing up scenery
  4. I hear you, like in other words you can slot Candy in the Chevy Chase role from the National Lampoon movies, or as Indiana Jones himself in the IJ series? Cause I'm not looking for better overall actor, I'm sure you're right about Candy playing anything (which now I'm begging for a deepfake edit with John Candy in the Devito role for Twins HAHAHAHAHAHA!) I was thinking more the clown/jester role specifically, like take any 80s or 90s comedy and if you can only pick one for the funny goofy sidekick that's loyal to the lead, would you want Candy or DeLuise? Hahahaha, now I'
  5. Following up on 70s 80s movies I missed out on, with Howling and American Werewolf in London being a recent two-for, I popped in Smokey and the Bandit back to back with Cannonball Run and it left me with two questions Does anyone else besides me think that Burt Reynolds and Pedro Pascal (aka The Mandalorian aka The badass guy from Game of Thrones) look alike? Maybe its a recent rewatch of Viper vs Mountain like a few days before the double Reynolds feature, but holy shit I'd swear if they're not father son they have to be uncle/nephew Which takes me to my next question: John
  6. Could Zemo be a skrull? Secret War was going to be a movie or a miniseries? I can't keep track anymore but that's good because we're in for the long haul with new MCU content almost weekly Love it
  7. The trailer for the Squad has me stupid hyped! King fucking Shark on the big screen BAY-BAY oh chester cheezus please let him live through the whole movie King Shark has been a favorite of mine since his appearance in one of the Squad tpb's with Ragdoll, I forget the name, a contortionist im sure, anyway they're worried that King Shark might eat someone but he opened his mouth WIDE and there's a living person that HE SWALLOWED WHOLE still alive in his gullet!!!!!! Oh fuck I wasn't ready for that on my first reading and just remembering it has my sides splitting I may not
  8. This NJPW game looks neat Thank you Gran Gordi and Elsavaje sincerely Good to hear about Silver, someone joked about the Dark Order claw causing all these shoulder injuries and I'm going to be pumped for his return and Anna's
  9. Best hot tag? Three way tie between John Silver/Cesaro/Violent J* It may not happen but I'd love Cesare and Silver on opposite sides of a tag just to see them try and out do each other on the hot tag sequence hahaha. Stick them in stables and send them into a mini feud where they always upgrade the hot tag sequence over time until it gives the "killing the business" grogs something to cry about lmao *J being the best hot tag in the game was a long running joke among my cousins and me when we'd watch the JCW tapes hahaha. Someone would hit the tag and he'd do the hip tos
  10. Log said it best, no need to quote him when that's exactly how I feel. In my head, fuck any speculation about anything tied to Winter Soldier/Falcon. Fuck any easter eggs lmao, fuck any still shots of the show, I'm leaving it in its own corner for now until the show wraps up. Losing myself in the Wandavision hype was a good lesson in fan speculation not always being best for the fans themselves if they believe every rumor or let their fantasy booking run wild (the sparklers from the exploding barb wire deathmatch happening in the same weekend just drove that point home for me) I
  11. I fucking loved American Werewolf in London, oh man I could hardly sleep last night from laughing so hard that my ribs were aching The car wrecks, the cop going all NOTHING TO SEE HERE, MOVE ALONG and so many other scenes. Gotch damnit I haven't laughed that much watching a horror movie since Midsommar (the mating scene with the women all moaning happened to be playing as my brother in law leaves his bedroom to join me, my mom and my sister watching this movie for the 1st time not knowing what the heck happens next My brother in law is a devout Christian who thinks cigarettes and alcoh
  12. Can I just say, I LOVED THE CASTING OF CYBORGS DAD The homie from T2 that Sarah Connor busts into his fucking house to kill him to stop the rise of Skynet And the homie didn't learn his lesson and he went to continue working on cyborgs until he makes his own son a CYBORG!! Picture perfect casting like a mf'er! we joked through out the movie how T2 was in continuity with the Snyderverse because of the homie getting cast in practically the same role! Oh man the fucking laughs anytime something dramatic happened involving the dad we kept joking that either Sarah or Joh
  13. So I just watched The Howling for the first time, and wow! Very 80s-riffic with the plot hammer at times Loved the effects, and now I'm going to catch American Werewolf in London to compare both as I don't think I've ever seen that one either. Being raised in the church i never got to see horror movies until Leprechaun and Bram Stokers Dracula hit the dollar cinema, so I missed out on a ton of 70s and 80s horror
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