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  1. I just got back from seeing Dune (first time I've been to a theater since covid) and it totally lives up to the hype. The set and costume designs, cinematography, and sense of massive scale were all excellent. The cast was one of the most fitting I can think of (I was a bit iffy on Jessica's casting as Rebecca Ferguson isn't old enough to be Paul's mother and she looks it) and the score is some of Hans Zimmer's best work. The story did the novel justice and wasn't so convoluted that those non-familiar with the source material can follow it. I hope it does enough business with the general public to get the sequel.
  2. Someone finds a childhood pic of Michael and see he has a certain birthmark that signifies his true power
  3. Charlotte/Bianca was good until the end. I figured they were going to do a time limit draw then have a three way but nope...
  4. Amdrag/Misu was one of my favorite AEW matches. They beat the piss out of eachother and told a great story in the process. Danielson's flash knee strike for the win was a nice way to end a strike/mat wrestling exhibition. File this under "matches you could show to non-fans to illustrate why you love wrestling". Fish/Moriarty needs some love. Smart arm work by Lee coupled with great selling by Bobby. Fish is like Sydal in that he's one of those vets that can act as a midcard gatekeeper and have a good match with anyone. I think he got Reddragon's old ROH music back? I saw Moriarty is officially All Elite which is well deserved. Punk/Sydal could have taken place in peak ROH. The ATT guys looked like they were having a great time and that match was solid all around.
  5. Is FTR's Midnight Express remix theme new? It's just one more piece that makes them one of the best acts today.
  6. Ivy's squat torture rack was a nice looking finisher. Diamond Mine are fantastic so here's hoping they don't get fucked up. Escobar/Scott was really good and a nice send off for Swerve. I didn't see that end result coming and it made total sense. Gave Adonis a nice bump and set up a new feud. Something WWE does a lot that's really annoying is having a wrestler go to the ring and stand around with their music playing while they show an interview or backstage segment with someone else totally unrelated to the match. Tonight Wagner and ORiley went to the ring then they cut to that lame daytime talk show segment while they were just standing in the ring waiting for their opponents. I get that with a taped show it's not a big thing, but it just looks dumb.
  7. I thought the first three VHS movies were mediocre at best. They had a decent enough concept but rarely more than one of the stories really piqued my interest. The gimmick and setting of VHS 94 came off as trying to capitalize on the growing wave of 90s nostalgia, but I enjoyed all four stories and would really love to see full length movies of the first and third offerings. Netflix new offering There's Someone Inside Your House reminded me of a 90s/early 00s teen slasher and was watchable but not mandatory viewing. A Classic Horror Story was kind of derivative of several other movies (I can't really get into what without spoilers) but all in all pretty good.
  8. A few surprising results tonight, namely Mei Ying losing (though with Xia Li being called up I wonder if they're scraping that angle) and Monet doing the job. What we got of Dunne/Grimes was really good. I'd love to see them have a longer match. Bron came off great in his promo. I'm looking forward to see what he can do in a competitive match with Ciampa, though it looks like Gacy is getting added to it. The finish of the tag titles match looked a bit rough. The Smoking Gunns guy looked to clearly have his shoulder up and it looked like the ref counted to four? A travel ad for Iowa played during one of the commercial breaks. That's the most random thing I can remember seeing in a long time.
  9. I hope Josh Barnett sees this and books it for the next Bloodsport.
  10. So Lio Rush is wrestling again and is some kind of bitcoin ponzi scheme guy? I missed the first half of Jungle Boy/Cole but liked what I saw. As someone who has neverbeen that high on Cole this was a great match.
  11. I just watched the episode where his boss got his (also featuring a semi truck) which also featured what was probably the most brutal fight scene yet between Burton and Lola.
  12. Further proof the Hurt Business breakup was absolutely pointless, especially with them getting back together with no explanation. That aside, this was one of the better Raws I can remember. Both Lashley/Big E hossfights were great. Sheamus/Priest went a little long but was good match, and Riddle/Styles was as well. Questionable nickname aside it was good to see a more businesslike Keith Lee back The other matches were inoffensive enough. I like the pairing of Garza and Carillo, even though Carillo has more face charisma.
  13. So basically The Demon channels New Jack and becomes unbeatable when his music plays throughout the whole match?
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