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  1. Sent mine in. Here it is, using @The Panda's tiered scoring system: minor edit as a film was missing in the 16-20 tier, so I bumped a film up each tier and added one film into the bottom tier
  2. Yesterday was Monty Python and the Holy Grail and the annual rewatch of 1776
  3. "We're thieves. Thieves in a world that don't want us anymore". Meet the major cast for Red Dead Redemption: Volume I Chris Pine is Arthur Morgan, a long-time member of the Dutch van der Linde gang who is the rock-solid glue helping hold things together. Boyd Holbrook is Micah Bell, a volatile and agitating member of the van der Linde gang who constantly challenges Arthur's position and seeks to worm his way into Dutch's confidence Glen Powell is John Marston, a younger and more initiative-driven member of the gang who has a frosty relationship with Arthur, and who tries to balance proving his worth with tending to his fledgling family Keri Russell is Sadie Adler, a widow taken in by the van der Linde gang who forms a friendship with Arthur and who slowly starts on a path from victim to aggressor Diego Luna is Javier Escuella, a former Mexican revolutionary who is one of the more capable and tactically inclined of the gang. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is Charles, the son of an African-American cavalry soldier and a Native American woman, Charles' uncomfortable place between two worlds has left him few places to fit in other than the van der Linde gang. Imelda Staunton is Catherine Braithwaite, the matriarch of a rich former plantation family in South that finds herself pursuing an alliance of convenience with the van der Linde gang, though with ulterior motives in mind. Don Johnson plays Leviticus Cornwall, a railroad and oil baron based out of Chicago who takes a vested interest in hunting down and destroying the van der Linde gang after they start disrupting his business ventures out west. Tim Blake Nelson is Hosea Blackford, the second-in-command of the van der Linde gang and the calm and steady voice of reason. Hosea slowly finds himself growing concerned by the increasingly reckless direction of the gang. Shea Whigham is Dutch van der Linde, the outspoken and driven leader of an outlaw gang a couple dozen strong. After a failed robbery leaves several of their number dead, and the law on their trail, Dutch starts to take more and more risks to try and get his group that final big score. Red Dead Redemption: Volume I has been fully cast, but the studio is electing to save a reveal of the full billing slate for a time during Y8 Part 1.
  4. Yesterday was Hamilton on D+ and rewatching Independence Day for the 39528th time.
  5. Storm clouds on the horizon https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2020/07/mike-trout-not-comfortable-covid19-pandemic.html
  6. @cayommagazine @numeratorpictures With box office receipts fully tallied for Pillars of Eternity: An Ancient Legacy, Numerator Pictures has now formally announced the next outing in the Pillars franchise: Pillars of Eternity: The Forgotten Army. Pillars of Eternity: The Forgotten Army takes place three years after the events of An Ancient Legacy and will be a mostly standalone film that will serve as a link between two arcs of the franchise. Plot details will remain scarce for the time being, but one source within the studio has indicated that the tone of the film is meant to be a bit more adventure-themed with slight tinges of creature horror. "The storyboard and production teams were assigned movie homework to inspire design choices, and one of them was the 1999 Mummy movie." Ana de Armas, Dan Stevens, Winston Duke, and Lily James will reappear in their roles from the initial trilogy. Initial casting for the other roles for the film is well underway, but don't expect any formal announcements on that front until well into Year 8. That being said, one recurring rumor in the mill is that professional basketball player A’ja Wilson, last seen on-screen in Year 4's By the Balls, is being courted for a supporting role. As for who will be directing the movie, that job has been assigned to Mimi Leder, who has just come off helming Countdown City for the studio. This will be Leder's first big-budget film since 1998's Deep Impact, but the studio is confident in her skills. Pillars of Eternity: The Forgotten Army is slated to arrive in December Year 9. Don't expect a more specific date for a while.
  7. There was a couple decade period from the early 90s to earlier this decade where baseball stadiums embraced the aesthetics. Camden Yards - Baltimore PNC Park - Pittsburgh to highlight a couple of my favorites
  8. Finished my watching all of the Ghiblis (and a couple pre-Ghibli Miyazakis) over the weekend. In release order: Lupin the Third: The Castle of Cagliostro- 3.5/5 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind- 4.5/5 Castle in the Sky- 4.5/5 My Neighbor Totoro- 4/5 Grave of the Fireflies- 3.5/5 Kiki's Delivery Service- 4/5 Only Yesterday- 3.5/5 Porco Rosso- 4.5/5 Ocean Waves- 3/5 Pom Poko- 3/5 Whisper of the Heart- 4.5/5 Princess Mononoke- 4.5/5 My Neighbors the Yamadas- 3/5 Spirited Away- 4/5 The Cat Returns- 4/5 Howl's Moving Castle- 4/5 Tales From Earthsea- 2.5/5 Ponyo- 3.5/5 The Secret World of Arrietty- 4/5 From Up on Poppy Hill- 3.5/5 The Wind Rises- 4.5/5 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya- 4/5 When Marnie was There- 4/5
  9. @cayommagazine In light of recent allegations and statements made concerning Ansel Elgort, Numerator Pictures has elected to recast the role of Hank Palace for the final entry in the Last Policeman series, World of Trouble. Alden Ehrenreich, the original runner-up for the role, will fill the character's shoes.
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