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    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    If the gap to the rest is the same as this year, then you would be talking about the ‘Top 2’ and it’ll be much like a lot of other European leagues. I guess that’s his point, Man U fans care about Liverpool not winning, not celebrating what City achieved. Same with the 13/14 season, people remember that for Gerrard’s slip more than anything. That first win over United with the last minute goal was a truly great moment but City haven’t managed to manufacture a proper sporting narrative, even with their Amazon series.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    Turns out to be a relatively boring season across most leagues at the end. The richest clubs win, hey ho.
  3. It would be just as much of a shock to then have the disappeared to suddenly come back into a world that has fallen apart. The housing stock certainly doesn't look like it could cope. The world would be classified into those who have disappeared and those who remained and certainly some of those who come back would be resented by those who were moving on.
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    Deadwood - TV Show

    Great that I just signed up to Now on a 3 month deal for GoT. About just enough time for a rewatch before end of May. I guess the delay between the States and here isn’t that long for HBO shows usually, right?
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    Son will be suspended first leg against Ajax?
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    Best VAR night so far.
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    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    City will go out for revenge in the weekend, or maybe Spurs will get some belief and Son will get some quick goals again. Or they'll both be spent and it'll be a boring 0-0, which will be just fine. Got to take Cardiff seriously though, them beating Brighton have given them some hope for survival.
  8. Only on Disney+ though right, so UK will have to wait until whenever that launches here next year I guess?
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Yeah. I haven't seen it take a hit like this before. At 3 hrs, I'm going to look for a reasonable time on a weekend early afternoon.
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    Avengers: Endgame (April 2019) - no spoilers please

    Anyone already know which cinemas they are going to go for? I know they say it's all shot with IMAX cameras but it will be digital rather than 70mm like Dunkirk or First Man right? I guess if you go for the best screens, in London the the top end choices are BFI IMAX, Empire with Laser IMAX and the Odeon Dolby Cinema. Looking at the ratio, this won't fill up the 8 story high BFI screen, you would get more picture with IMAX than with Dolby.
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    Fleabag - BBC3 Comedy

    I didn’t realise this before last week’s episode, but it’s dawning on me that Fleabag is at least in part about We know she’e grieving but that changes our perspective and really hits home. It is verging on crossing over into more drama than comedy, but it's done really well.
  12. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/personal-history/emilia-clarke-a-battle-for-my-life-brain-aneurysm-surgery-game-of-thrones A Battle for My Life I had just finished filming Season 1 of “Game of Thrones.” Then I was struck with the first of two aneurysms. By Emilia Clarke Sounds terrifying and a lot of sympathy for her. I’m glad that it’s behind her though and she gets to tell the story like this rather than being told as part of the GoT paparazzi.
  13. That's a decent Bruce Lee, I wonder if they would take the piss out of him too much.
  14. I was disappointed with season 2 but this looks good. The shift to summer holidays brings a fresh feel to things even if 80s nostalgia seems quite well worn now.
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    Toy Story 4 - June 2019

    I will watch this even if it turns out to be a Toy Story 2 remake.
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