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    (07-05-2020, 09:18 AM)wildcard Wrote:  Ummm...I had to skip that whole convo-- please use spoiler tags for spoilers. @LZA @Stella 1977
    sorry
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    (07-05-2020, 12:16 PM)Stella 1977 Wrote:  
    (07-05-2020, 09:18 AM)wildcard Wrote:  Ummm...I had to skip that whole convo-- please use spoiler tags for spoilers. @LZA @Stella 1977
    sorry
    Heh, I did it too.

    Have you used spoilers before? I always forget to spoiler shit...

    In your message, in the beginning of what you want to hide, you type-
    Code:
    [spoiler]
    or if you have a title, then you can enter it as -
    Code:
    [spoiler=title]


    type whatever you need to hide, then always close it (regardless if you have a title or not) with-
    Code:
    [/spoiler]
    If done right, it'll look like this

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    here you can post all the movie spoilers and NSFW/nudity your heart desires!!!  t's actually an enforceable RULE for nudity/NSFW stuff. I know cuz I got banged for it more than once LOL



    Pretty much it. If you want, quote my post and see how it's all typed out. The only thing I've noticed is if you type a title, it's gotta be letters and numbers...symbol type characters "/*;'" doesn't work... If they DO, then I'm missing something.

    Spoilers can be GREAT FUN...LOOK

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    Hannibal (2013-2015)

    Created by Bryan Fuller. With Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen, Caroline Dhavernas, Laurence Fishburne. Explores the early relationship between renowned psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter, and his patient, a young FBI criminal profiler, who is haunted by his ability to empathize with serial killers.


    I just finished watching this series and it was much better than I could have imagined. I thought no one could ever play Dr. Hannibal Lecter besides Anthony Hopkins, but I was proven wrong.

    Mads Mikkelsen, Actor: Hannibal. Mads Mikkelsen's great successes parallel those achieved by the Danish film industry since the mid-1990s. He was born in Østerbro, Copenhagen, to Bente Christiansen, a nurse, and Henning Mikkelsen, a banker. Starting out as a low-life pusher/junkie in the 1996 success Pusher (1996), he slowly grew to become one of Denmark's biggest movie actors. ...


    Somehow, Mads Mikkelsen pulls it off without a hitch. Starting out a little before the events of Manhunter/Red Dragon and ending up some time before Silence of the Lambs, this series was so compelling from beginning to end...an end which I wish never came.

    I have nits, but when the last scene faded to credits, I was just wishing for more of the same. I love this and would highly recommend it to any fan of SotL or Lecter, in general.

    8.5/10


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    Marvel's The Punisher | Netflix...
    A former Marine out to punish the criminals responsible for his...


    2 seasons, I just finished season 1

    F-ing BADASS!!!    Even if you don;t care for superhero movies, this one is good. He's like Batman as far as only having human powers. Action like Breaking Bad, Typical Punisher violence and gore (blood thirsty savages will get your fix)

    Basically, this story starts after the original Punisher story ends... All the bad guys are dead. First he lives life hidden, but info comes up and things from the past resurface. He finds out that it wasn't a random act of violence but a coordinated hit from his former special forces leaders in the war.

    10/10 (and I only saw season 1)
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    Ted Lasso (2020–)

    I'm browsing Reddit; I see a cool clip from a show that I have never seen before; I recognize Jason Sudeikis; I enjoy immensely.

    I'm not an IRL LOLer— it is rare that I laugh at a movie or show, even when I think that it is funny. Some standups, like our dearly missed Norm MacDonald, kill me and I am busting my sides laughing.

    This show is like that for me.

    It has me dying. It has me laughing at the same joke two or three times as I unfold more of the greatness of this weird, yet precise wording.

    Ted Lasso is tender, beautiful, and poignant, but for me, more importantly, it is hilarious. And you don't have to understand soccer (football) to enjoy it.

    Ted Lasso: Created by Brendan Hunt, Joe Kelly, Bill Lawrence, Jason Sudeikis. With Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Jeremy Swift, Phil Dunster. Follows an American football coach Ted Lasso who heads to the U.K. to manage a struggling London football team in the top flight of English football.


    8/10


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    Yellowstone (2018–)

    I love me some Kevin Costner, so when a coworker suggested that I try this show out, it was an easy sell. I started S01 and by the time I was in E03 I was completely and irreversibly mesmerized.

    Forgetting the genius of Costner for a moment, Cole Hauser (of Dazed and Confused fame) is the story here, imo. This guy has gone through a complete transformation for this role. He doesn't look the same, talk the same, or even carry himself in the way I have seen him in literally every job he has had. I found myself in the middle of E02 Googling to see who was playing Rip, the hard-nosed foreman of the Dutton ranch. I could not have been more surprised to find out that this veteran actor, who I am very familiar with, had completely fooled me: he had truly become someone else.

    The show itself is about an aging rancher that is fighting tooth and nail to keep things the same while the rest of the world are fighting for change. I feel confident in saying that you will not be disappointed.

    Yellowstone: Created by John Linson, Taylor Sheridan. With Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley. A ranching family in Montana faces off against others encroaching on their land.


    9/10


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