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  1. WTAF? https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/prince-andrew-groped-two-girls-22470010 Is it April 1st?
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    Apple TV +

    Mythic Quest is actually decent, and there are two episodes which actually elevate the series to being greater than the sum of its parts, so worth watching the entire (short) series.
  3. I feel sorry for the 343 staff right now. Not only has years of their work been panned, but that crunch that was coming, is about to get incalculably worse.
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    Paramount and Netflix has an existing co-production deal IIRC, so not too surprising this is moving to Netflix as they have a pretty close relationship. A lot of risk in the industry at the moment, and lots of cash sloshing around with Amazon, Apple, Netflix, et al, so expect much more of this. Edit: Covid might not just affect cinema attendance, but there will be a shortfall of content being produced for the streamers due to stalled productions, so there will be some programming windows short of content, so picking up a movie already in the can with a well known face might add an extra 20% to the asking price.
  5. I feel the only thing missing is Charlton Heston.
  6. Which page do I need to go back to to get that Perfect Dark Zero image?
  7. Watch Greyhound instead.
  8. I think The Exorcist was re-released in the late 90's I think? I remember seeing it at a local multiplex anyway, but I do remember think just how stunningly amazing it was, I was blown away I've had a similar experiences with a few other classic flicks like a Blue Velvet/Lost Highway double bill at the Curzon Soho, Lawrence of Arabia, and even dare I say it even the Star Wars re-releases. Shows the importance of repertory cinema, and we don't get to do enough of it. Movies were made to be experienced on the big screen and have an indescribable magic you don't get from home watching. They're still as good, but the magic is diminished, even if just a little bit.
  9. That was the moment in the movie that I thought elevated it to another level, and not only was the movie 'all in', so was I. On another note, in 'Mamma Mia Here We Go Again', that moment was basically the very first song, 'When I kissed the teacher'. So if anyone liked this movie, try that one. Interestingly featuring another actor who really wanted out of their Downton Abbey contract to pursue,what we now know as their musical theatre dreams. (And Pierce Brosnan)
  10. I thought this was great. And it was in no way mocking or a parody, it was a joyous celebration. Plus, it has the next Oscar winning song.
  11. I thought it was interesting that the reviewers got to play the game via Geforce Now for a few reasons. Firstly, it's obviously a great way to control access to the game and not have to fly journalists around the world during a pandemic, not to mention carbon footprint. I think we'll start seeing a lot more of this and is a bit of a PR win for Geforce Now. Surprised Nvidia or not making a bit more of it. Secondly, Geforce Now have had a bit of a nightmare since it went live with publishers pulling games left right and centre from the service. If the biggest game of 2020 is on the service, then I think it could be a huge shot in the arm. And thirdly, considering that if you want the most cutting edge graphical experience with RT and so on, you need to drop a grand plus on a new PC (assuming you don't have one already), this could be a viable solution for those willing to live with better graphics albeit with some lag and poorer IQ.
  12. This is amazing for many, many reasons:
  13. There's my PS5 launch day game decision made then.
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