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    Perfect Films

    Raiders of the Lost Ark Memento Primer
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    Films that are good for the soul

    Most underrated Disney film. Shits all over Frozen. It’s absolutely brilliant. Also The Truman Show.
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    Films that are good for the soul

    Princess Bride
  4. Return of the Jedi, Pulp Fiction, Fight Club, Terminator 2, Bladerunner 2049, The Dark Knight, Inception, Inside Out. the one that really sticks with me though was The Matrix. As others have mentioned I was in the same situation of knowing absolutely nothing about it, at all. I pretty much got dragged along to it against my will and then when Trinity ran up the fucking wall in the opening scene my jaw just dropped and pretty much stayed that way for the next 2 hours or whatever it was.
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    Monster Hunter: World

    Thanks, appreciate you answering. From looking at a random video that explained the 'unspoken loop' of MH games I've settled into it somewhat as I felt it was kind of running away from me a bit as I was generally just heading into the next assigned quest. Now running with some investigations to build experience and parts for upgrades. Upgraded my twinblades to the Rending Beaks and my damage output has jumped massively, which I'm assuming is the combo of the higher base damage and the Affinity boost, coupled with some better armour management to increase my damage as well as stamina regen and base stamina also. I'm now taking out the Great Jagras in a couple of minutes, which is a big old improvement. DO you need to worry about cash? I seem to be swimming in Zenny(?) even after upgrading and purchasing all the armour I can, but maybe the later weapons and armour sets leap up in cost proportionally? Had a brief dabble with the Longsword, but my avatar felt so, so slow compared to the twinblades I've reverted back for now.
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    Monster Hunter: World

    Appreciate it, thanks
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    Monster Hunter: World

    This is my first Monster Hunter game, started yesterday on PC. I’ve checked out some of the ‘things beginners should know’ articles but I’m also trying to go into it with that sense of what the fucks going on? that’s so important too. Really enjoying it so far, slowly getting used to the combat as in Soulsborne I’m very much a lock-on guy and I find I need to change it up much more in this. I have a couple of questions if anyone would be so good to offer some guidance. Is it supposed to be this - for want of a better word - easy? I’m mediocre to average at most games, but i’ve not died a single time Like none of the big guys have been easy, in that it takes a while to clock them, the last mission above there took me 39 minutes of which about 20 was the main battle but the fights feel more like a war of attrition, wearing them slowly down rather than being in any danger. And this leads on to my second question: Am I doing it right? By that I mean the combat. I’m using the twinblades and as mentioned the last dude in the mission above took me about 20 minutes to do over. The larger beasts so far, I feel like I should be fighting them cleverer, instead i’m just wailing away with a combo and then dodging out of trouble. It looks like I should be using flashier combos and doing more impressive damage stuff like that, but i’ve no idea if that’s actually the case. I’m wondering if this is how newbies fights usually go and will I naturally learn more as I go to increase my efficiency and speed? Though the game explains a lot to you (thought some of it very poorly) I feel like the combat mechanics are still rather vague. I am really really enjoying it so far. The world looks great, I love the way a lot of the quest stuff is doable just as you go about your business. I’m just not sure if I’m getting the most out of the combat.
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    HBO's Westworld. Yee-Haww Co/w,bo.Y@@@ [FATAL ERROR]

    It has it's flaws and yes, I'd say it's not as good as the first series. But I really, really enjoyed watching it, some of the performances were just superb and I find the themes very interesting.
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    2018 FIFA World Cup

    Thanks for pointing that out. Never noticed it before but now I can't ignore it and it's driving me mad as well. Appreciate it.
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    Bloodborne

    Chap who did a DaS Trilogy no hit run has done same for this:
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    Demon's Souls

    Add me to the list of folk who've dug out the PS3 and started another playthrough of what is still my favourite game. Spoilered for length:
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    Demon's Souls

    This is brilliant, perfectly put. Demons Souls is my favourite game ever partly because of this sort of thing. The Valley of Defilement is so absolutely wonderful. It's the most disgraceful, abysmal, unpleasant and unenjoyable 'level' of any game I've ever played. And getting to that shortcut? Jesus fucking wheelie. One of the best feelings I've ever had in a video game. Latria does scary in a similarly kick ass way as well.
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    The Goonies

    Both excellent points. When it comes down to it Harry Potter is all about the innate goodness in people. Everyone has good and evil in them but it's what they choose to do that shows what sort of person they are. Most of the 'evil' characters are portrayed as being like they are to varying degrees because of how they've been treated rather than just being bad. Probably safe, but just in case.
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    SOLO: A Star Wars Story

    Surely this is set well before Star Wars? In Empire Strikes Back Han and Lando act like they haven't seen each other for years when they meet at Cloud City, maybe even a decade or more.
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    SOLO: A Star Wars Story

    Yep, totally. Looks brilliant.
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