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  1. Updating my own experience in the post V debacle. As I had mentioned the big V crashed my employer so I was laid off and I admit took advantage of the V bonus dollars and stayed on unemployment all the way to November but I did start applying for things around August. I was mainly looking for a Fed/State/USPS job and thankfully landed a job at USPS as a MHA in Nov. At that time, I'll say that mask wearing was big so I pretty much wore one quite frequently up until Jan when I just plain got sick of it. Plus there's been maintenance folks (old guys mind you) who've never worn them s
  2. So I've been to theatres multiple times so far since Godzilla and it's been fine for me. I think F9 or maybe it was Black Widow show was pretty much packed but that was in a Dolby theatre at AMC Thursday night show. That was when occupancy restrictions were lifted 100%. I did find a new theatre to visit locally that had the unfortunate circumstance of getting built just before the big V. I watched Jungle Cruise there...it's called Flix Brewhouse. It's one of those dine in "premium" type of theatres. I enjoyed the experience and the film. I also enjoyed how they would show clips from older film
  3. Updating after a while. New Entry into Top 100 One of the Best of 2021 I Care A Lot Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Fear Street Part Three: 1666 Godzilla vs Kong Jungle Cruise Nobody A Quiet Place Part 2 The Suicide Squad Zach Snyder's Justice League Good but not Great Army of the Dead Beckett Black Widow Chaos Landing The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It F9: The Fast Saga Fear Street Part Two: 1978 Fear Street Part One: 1994 Judas and the Black Messiah Nomadland Old
  4. New Entry into Top 100 One of the Best of 2021 Godzilla vs Kong Zach Snyder's Justice League Good but not Great Chaos Landing Judas and the Black Messiah Nomadland Meh The Little Things Tom and Jerry Trash Absolute Hate Burn It 2021 Films I'm Late To Raya and the Last Dragon
  5. I finally had time to get back to theatres after reinstating my AList sub about a month ago. Watched Chaos Landing which was better than I thought. Low expectations = mildly entertaining . Anywho, I reserved my GVK ticket a month ago and got a fellow movie watcher to attend as well. She loved it and she's not a monster film fan. Idk if she ever watched KSI though I remember hyping that back in the day. I also loved it. Caught in Dolby at my local AMC. Really hope it does Something domestically for god sakes. I'm exhausted by how folks have been downright spooked into even setting foot in a th
  6. Not really satisfied how it ended but for 9 of the 10 episodes I was extremely engaged.
  7. I enjoyed ep #6. Fraser exploring his crush with the 30 yr old Johnathan and his mother does not seem to mind. His other mother a bit more questioning. Caitlin's relationship with her family seems to be heading toward a more difficult ending. I really like Chloe Sevigny's performance in this series. There's also Caitlin's brother exploring Islam so who knows where that is heading.
  8. This latest episode was pretty good. We are getting more complex issues happening and a questionable believability on the actions of a couple spouses.
  9. Got through the last couple episodes. I enjoyed seeing more of the supes fighting one another. Put these skills to use. I didn't like how Noir was beaten. I also don't see how Maeve can hold that video over Homelander's head for long.
  10. We Are Who We Are is a drama limited television series co-created and directed by Luca Guadagnino for HBO and Sky Atlantic. A coming-of-age story set in an army base in Italy, the series follows two American 14-year-olds named Fraser Wilson and Caitlin Harper. The cast includes Chloë Sevigny, Jack Dylan Grazer, Alice Braga, Jordan Kristine Seamón, Spence Moore II, and Scott Mescudi.[1] The series premiered on September 14, 2020 on HBO in the United States and is set to premiere on October 9, 2020 on Sky Atlantic in Italy. Just started watching this. The cast is interesting so I
  11. Well we know nothing big is going to get dumped in December anymore and I can't imagine things in the first half of 2021 even maintain their release dates. Folks have just been conditioned that movie theatres are ridiculous virus hot zones and no matter how much social distance or sanitation and cleaning nobody is going if even allowed to in some states.
  12. So there are 10 episodes. I'm all caught up now with 2 more yet to air. I'm still loving it. I thought the episode in South Korea was the weakest so far.
  13. Synopsis: Lovecraft Country is an American horror drama television series developed by Misha Green based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Matt Ruff. Starring Jurnee Smollett and Jonathan Majors, it premiered on August 16, 2020, on HBO.[2] The series is produced by Monkeypaw Productions, Bad Robot Productions, and Warner Bros. Television Studios. The series is about a young black man who travels across the segregated 1950s United States in search of his missing father, learning of dark secrets plaguing a town on which famous horror writer H. P. Lovecraft supposedly based the loc
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