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Music / Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Last post by jdc on Today at 03:08:48 AM »
Listened to Barnstorm, the 1st Joe Walsh project after James Gang, 2x on youtube then purchased a download. Have listened at least 6 times in 4 days. What a terrific album, a seminal an timeless example of what rock music is all about. I'm serious.

Have also acquired 3 of the Kanye "Wyoming" series by other means, and very much enjoy the stereogum playlist which draws from all 5 (?) of them.

Added it to my Tidal list to blast the next time I am doing housework. I know his popular radio plays from the 70's and 80's, can't say I recognize many here by name so looking forward to it
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Movie Games / Re: Guess the movie from fake screenshots
« Last post by oldkid on Today at 12:40:33 AM »
Mad Max: Fury Road?
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Music / Re: The last album you bought, pirated, streamed online....
« Last post by Smoke on Yesterday at 10:32:32 PM »
Listened to Barnstorm, the 1st Joe Walsh project after James Gang, 2x on youtube then purchased a download. Have listened at least 6 times in 4 days. What a terrific album, a seminal an timeless example of what rock music is all about. I'm serious.

Have also acquired 3 of the Kanye "Wyoming" series by other means, and very much enjoy the stereogum playlist which draws from all 5 (?) of them.
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Movie Talk / Re: What Movie Is Playing Right Now
« Last post by Sam the Cinema Snob on Yesterday at 10:07:34 PM »


Figure it will take me a few days at the least to work through this film. Also sad to hear Claude Lanzmann died just a couple of weeks ago.
I've been watching this in small chunks because watching Holocaust movies while in a depressive season can only really be taken in bits and pieces. Finished part one this morning and the reading of that letter was easily the biggest emotional sucker punch I've felt watching a film in a long time.
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Polls / Re: Which Lord of The Rings? - Now that the dust has settled.
« Last post by oldkid on Yesterday at 09:51:17 PM »
After thinking it through, I choose none of them.  Because this isn't really three films (or six), but one really long film, a very very expensive miniseries that was released in theatres in three shortened parts and then released for digital players in three full cuts.  But in reality, it is one story.  Just like the original books were chopped into three by publishers, this is one work, with one main theme, a set of arcs that are projected through the whole set, a single method of working that happens to be spread through three films.
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Top 5 Lists / Re: Top 5 Mission: Impossible films
« Last post by oldkid on Yesterday at 09:08:27 PM »
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Movie Talk / Re: What Movie Is Playing Right Now
« Last post by 1SO on Yesterday at 07:53:37 PM »
In light of today's events, it seems like the right time to finally watch this pro-Republican propaganda piece where John Wayne takes on some dirty Communist spies.

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Top 5 Lists / Re: Top 5 Mission: Impossible films
« Last post by don s. on Yesterday at 05:35:38 PM »
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Movie Talk / Re: The Criterion Collection
« Last post by Sam the Cinema Snob on Yesterday at 04:45:30 PM »
Sisters is such a weird pick from De Palma's backlog. He has a lot of way more interesting films.
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Movie Talk / Re: The Criterion Collection
« Last post by don s. on Yesterday at 04:36:00 PM »
Definite purchase for me.

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