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  1. Call Mr. Plow, that's my name, that name again is Mr. Plow.
  2. Right wing shitters complain about "too much political correctness" but also try to use edgy material by comedians to get rid of them because they're liberal. Makes sense.
  3. I propose a 25 year ban on any Robin Hood adaptation with no exceptions. This fellow needs a generation off.
  4. Actor or actress who has a good look gets multiple chances after one role gets them some spotlight. Not very uncommon.
  5. Nice to see Maslany actually in a cast. Despite her immense talent, I only ever seem to see "_____ won the role over other frontrunners Tatiana Maslany and _____" lately.
  6. They go and hire this model-looking actress but then dress her in an unflattering cosplay. I'm sensing mixed messages.
  7. The US only has one political party. Whatever the Republican party is now, it's not a political party. They exist solely to get paid by donors to get tax cuts for said donors, then retire and get jobs as lobbyists for the next generation of "Republicans".
  8. So far this feels like a film that should have come out in about 2003.
  9. Funnily enough, much as Godzilla 2014 basically copied the plot of Gamera: Guardian of the Universe, this film feels like it's drawing directly from Ghidorah's first film. Ghidorah The Three Headed Monster. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghidorah,_the_Three-Headed_Monster Which also featured Godzilla, Rodan and Mothra teaming up to fight Ghidorah (though in that film it's Mothra who takes up the fight first, eventually convinces Godzilla and Rodan to help). Granted I haven't seen this film yet so maybe that's not quite how it goes, but given how they're portraying Ghidorah I wouldn't be surprised if it is a three on one in the end. These Legendary films are thoroughly seeped in Toho films and it's great.
  10. I'm not sure what you thought the original Godzilla film from 1954 was about but it wasn't a "simple monster story".

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