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  1. This was superb. Really blew me away. And that opening music! I thought the story was a little confusing at times, but it tied it all together by the end so well. It's one I think I'd like to rewatch at some stage, which is rare for me.
  2. What I think the show did really well was to not go down any obvious routes either. Like obviously with the lack of fan service cameos, but in its storytelling too. I'm kind of staggered that it exists honestly.
  3. After reading this, I think my main question is that if he was to stop using this sort of material, would he still be funny? Like, does he have the comedy chops or is it all just shock value?
  4. It really was. Just such a singular piece of TV. And it never failed to surprise me throughout! I also never got tired of Nathan's ability to speak about insane levels of escalation in just the most matter of fact manner. Like, obviously this is what he would do next. I like how much his real life bled into the show too, like the scene in the swimming pool and his actual parents. I think Nathan Fielder might be my favourite living comedian
  5. Someone in here posted a pic of a really incredible Sea of Thieves blanket a while back. Whoever it was- do you have access to the pattern for it? Or at least the pic again? I can’t find it! Thank you!
  6. It has been Hunt: Showdown for me, and very recently. I love an online game that offers a pretty unique experience and Hunt offers that in spades. It's tough and has a steep learning curve, but nothing is more satisfying that clawing out a win, especially if you take down a few other hunters while doing it.
  7. Yeah, I still dip into this frequently as it offers such a unique online experience. So much fun and for a game where you can get badly mobbed at times, quite relaxing. Such a nice community of players too. I have promoted each of the characters once now, but my main is the Driller as I think he's the most versatile and fun to play. Flamethrower/Microwave gun is an amazing combo. I guess my top tips for online play are - use the pointer tool a LOT to communicate. It's incredibly useful. Especially for particularly dangerous monsters. - prioritize getting at least 80 nitra ASAP. You can quickly get into a tight spot and find you both have no ammo or the means to get any more. - Learn to read the hud and indicators for player tools (like the Drillers C4) as soon as you can. It's very well refined these days and allows you to work better as a team and prevents accidents. - Never stop Rock and Stoning.
  8. Yeah, but there is a big difference in having different opinions on things and discussing it than just going 'Actually, you're wrong about the thing you like. I think it's bad', which is what a lot of the discussion in here has become. It feels pointless.
  9. Eh, it has its moments, but the levels are WAY too long.
  10. Thanks for the heads up on this. It's great! I hope they don't shut it down.
  11. This is great and all, and I'm 'happy' for the MCCU fans out there but it has been bittersweet for us FCU fans. At least we are getting a proper ending to the saga.
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    Doom Rpg

    Wow, some delay on that port. I loved this at the time though and couldn't believe how well it worked. I remember taking extended bathroom breaks so I could just play this on the lav until my legs went numb.
  13. Oh, I wonder if Nathan Fillion still on deck for this. He was due to be Wonder Man in one of the GOTG movies, I think.
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    Shit, you're right @ZOK, Kehna Hi Kya IS so good.
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    This is actually a helpful reminder for anyone considering watching this movie. RRR (and Everything Everywhere) is only recommended for people who still have joy in their hearts.
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    @ZOK Thank you for the links to those videos! They were incredible. If you have any more favourites, please post them.
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    Just you. But the good news is that you now get to go watch RRR. What a happy accident!
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    Thanks to both of you for these suggestions. Definitely keen to delve into Indian cinema some more. I saw this shorter list last night when searching for RRR info. Contains some crossover with your list Ste, but some others too - https://www.polygon.com/what-to-watch/23157894/indian-movies-to-watch-streaming
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    Yeah, I felt the same way about Indian cinema for a long time too, though have started to come back around to musicals in the past few years so thought I might quite enjoy this. So glad I gave it a shot. I feel like the film showed me, on multiple occasions, the greatest thing I have ever seen. I think I need to watch it again very soon.
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    There is violence, but it's mostly fairly cartoonish (in a good way). I feel like a scene where a guy is getting flogged might be the worst part, but even that is heightened. I think a 13 year old should be ok with it, but that's just my opinion.
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    Has anyone seen this as yet? It's a big budget Indian movie about two rebels fighting the English in the 1920's. And is on Netflix currently. If that sounds appealing at all, I'd strongly recommend just watching it, as the surprises it drops on you genuinely saw me laughing and clapping my hands in joy several times. SO much fun. Also, some amazing dance and singing numbers. Then come back so we can all talk about it.
  22. Yeah, finally got to see this myself at the weekend. Just wonderful in every way. It balanced the emotional and funny beats brilliantly. Rare that a movie can handle those tonal shifts this effortlessly. The core had me in tears throughout as well. Best cinema experience I have had in years (helped even more by the fact that I saw it in an Alamo Drafthouse with three fresh out of of the oven cookies and a pint of stout!)
  23. Oh yeah, good point. Despite mostly enjoying that series, I keep forgetting about it!
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