Discussion in 'Non-Vaping Related' started by choderfett, Mar 18, 2018.
NICE, I bet its awesome.
I like the rug in front of the TV. Lol
It can't make up for my hearing loss, though. I'm near deaf in one ear so I'm a bit similar to George "Porky" Peckham.
How 'bout that, I'm deaf in 2
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Pretty good flick, IMO. Kinda sad too.
, what ?
do you go on the car audio forums ? there is a guy there like that, and he spends BUCKS.
tonight's movie = Kingsmen: The Secret Service.
Nah. I never really liked car audio because typically it just hurts my ears with metallic/harsh sounding treble... in such a tight acoustic space it's even more annoying than a metal dome tweeter of a fullsize box speaker placed inside an average domestic/small music listening room, and that I already can't stand so it is why I went for front speakers that use remarkable waveguide ceramic dome tweeters, and also the folded ribbon tweeters of the Airmotiv bi-amped monitors. If you like to truly listen (i.e. not doing anything else whilst listening, and sitting in the sweet spot whilst listening at reference levels of decibels) and you like to listen to quality recordings of piano music, then you'll know you can't follow a single note of the piano if the speakers aren't capable to produce a linear smooth top end frequency response with the kind of proper detail that many would call fatiguing because it lets you hear every tiny distraction that weighs on your ability to remain deeply focused, or 'connected' to the actual music itself.
Down on Hulu. Pretty damn good movie
Watched Hunter Killer tonight and I really enjoyed it~! Reminded me of The Hunt For Red October, but better, which says a lot. Had a high rating on IMDB and the coming attractions or teasers made me want to see it.
Watched "Game Night" tonight. I thought it sucked. I didn't catch the comedy aspect at all. The first hour dragged on miserably.The rest was watchable.
There's an oldie, but goodie. That was a really good movie.
22 years later and the ending still sucks, but over all yes.
Finally got to see Bohemian Rhapsody -- it was great, I really enjoyed it, since Queen was practically the background music when I was in high school -- when I was 14, I traded a friend of mine at school a 45 of Heart's Magic Man for a 45 of Bohemian Rhapsody. Cue all the millenials going "what's the hell's a '45'?"
But the movie was a real tear-jerker too, that godawful disease that was so new then, just stealing that great talent away from us. And yes, I think the makeup people did get a bit carried away with his overbite; Freddie definitely had a very pronounced overbite, but it wasn't nearly as pronounced as the actor's in the movie. But that actor definitely nailed the persona, absolutely perfectly.
One review I read talked about how the movie showed his "decadent and depraved lifestyle," but I didn't see anything in the movie that was anymore depraved than anything I was involved in, in the 80s. It WAS the 80s! Sex and drugs and rock n roll!
Watched Roadhouse with Patrick Swayze and Sam Elliot for about the third time.
Sent from a Galaxy far far away!
"Polar" on Netflix.
Mads Mickelson tears it up.
Just watched it .
Fuckin security guards!
Watched Creed II last night it was good but it wasn't a Rocky movie. BH is in my Queue
Just watched The Cove. About the slaughter of dolphins in Japan. Very disturbing
I can't recall which of you are fellow GoT fans -- any of you that saw Bohemian Rhapsody, recognize the guy that played John Reid? Same guy that played Littlefinger.
And that record co. exec who Freddie said would go down in history as "the guy that lost Queen" -- apparently THAT was Mike Meyers; I didn't recognize him, he's EXTREMELY made up for that role, but my son recognized his voice, said it sounded like Shrek.
I think the guy who played Brian May was the best resemblance in the whole movie. Roger Taylor's actor was also pretty good, but none of them resembled the real person as much as the Brian May actor.
PEPPERMINT . plot, nothing new (go figure). but a darned good revenge shoot em up !
BH in my que
I enjoyed Peppermint also and Jennifer Garner sure was ripped~! Wasn't all a shoot em up because she could go toe to toe with the best of them.
Not a movie, but so very interesting, a 3-hour documentary on YouTube called "Live Aid: Against All Odds," mostly about Bob Geldof and his "personality," and his transition into fund-raising for African relief. Lots of good behind-the-scenes information about the musicians and organizers of Live Aid. Haven't quite finished it yet, but it's on my list for later today. Be aware, though, if you decide to watch it - it's tough on the emotions. There are some absolutely gut-wrenching scenes of tragic situations in Ethiopia. Those scenes, though, are what got Bob involved in the first place, from seeing them on the news at his home. Quite a story, or rather, quite a lot of stories, enlightening.
Bohemian Rhapsody for the third time, only a thousand more to go....I LOVE that movie
Freddy won some awards last night at the Oscar's I believe. Aquaman was in a pink suit. Looked like a salmon. I know I know. He could salmon his way up yalls stream anytime. Lmao. Sorry I know I'm crude. But someone has to see the humor in that. Lmao
It's growing on me.
Rami won Best Actor in a Leading Role, and the film won three other Oscars for editing and sound.
If you haven't seen Rami's acceptance speech, you really should. It was awesome. He made Lucy Boynton cry.
The Queen performance with Adam Lambert with a stunning picture of Freddie in the background, right at the end of their performance, was a nice touch, too.
Aquaman dude reminds me of Favio. 'Nuf said.
Yeah, he's easy on the eyes but in the long run he burps, farts, scratches himself, and misses the toilet just like the rest of you.
Did I mention that I changed my name to Stream?
Finally watched "Peppermint". It reminded me of a movie called "Death Wish" from the 70s with Charles Bronson.
The Possession of Hannah Grace
I remember watching that with my dad in the 80s
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Saw all these recently.. all great!
Elvis & Nixon on Prime
Trading Paint, something to watch, but nothing special.
Summer of '84. Not bad at all, for that hokie kinda 80's vibe serial killer kinda thing.
The Girl in the Spiders Web last night and we both enjoyed it immensely.
Damn forgot that was starting back up. Still need to get caught up on Counterpart. And Into the Bandlands and GoT are coming soon.
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Watched A Star is Born and Bohemian Rhapsody both for the third time each.
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Ready Player One, last night. was better than I thought it would be. if your a "gamer", you will probably really like it.
Awesome movie. I have watched it many times. Tons of 80s pop culture references.
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my wife was like WTF did you get that for ! . half way through she was like "hey, this is pretty good'
Bought it on 4k during black Friday. Such a visually stunning movie. Now I'm in the mood to watch it again.
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