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  1. jon_cybernet

    Ru Paul's Drag Race

    I don’t really care who wins from the remaining girls now, all my faves are gone.
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    Killing Eve - BBC Spy thriller, comedy, drama

    I don’t generally like police procedurals much, but I absolutely loved this. Amazing how much of a difference gender-flipping the usual casting for a show like this makes. I think the non-sequiturs and more human moments of humour help enormously in making these characters feel real. Villanelle is such a great character, and it’s an amazing performance by Jodie Comer, able to flip between child-like innocence, puckish humour and Terminator-style killing in a blink of an eye. Loved the soundtrack too, was all ‘duh, of course’ when I found out that David Holmes was responsible. Totally brilliant, and at 8 episodes it was just the perfect length. Can’t wait for series 2.
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    Deadpool 2 - 2018

    Not necesarilly - the first Deadpool opened on the equivalent of a bank holiday in the States, and had an oversized Sunday as a result. This time it didn’t have that advantage, and so the Sunday take was much smaller. It will still probably beat the overall box office of the first one, and will have a much better second weekend than the first film as a result.
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    HBO’s recent Andre The Giant doc was great. Made me properly tear up at the end. They got some great interviews, and there was a lovely little section on Princess Bride, where they managed to get almost all the key players back to talk about Andre. And of course there are a few legendary drinking stories. Definitely recommended.
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    Gareth Evans' Apostle - September 28th on Netflix

    I think Dan Stevens was great in Legion and The Guest (though was less fussed about the film itself), and I'm a huge fan of the first Raid, so I'm all in on this one. Hope it's a pacy 90 minutes rather than a sludgy 2+ hours though.
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    Yakuza 6 - Baby's Day Out

    In fairness, it was a free game on PS+ a while back.
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    Atlanta - New Donald Glover show on FX

    After this week’s episode, I’m wondering if Lakieth’s Get Out co-star slipped him a copy of Psychoville on DVD.
  8. I want to make a movie set in the year 2075. Humanity has been driven to the brink of insanity and collapse, thanks to all movies actually being like how Capwn imagines them, based on watching half a trailer. The gruff movie announcer man would say something like: "In a post-apocalyptic world, where Canada has risen to dominance above all other nations, and no CGI kids film is allowed to score over 50% on Rotten Tomatoes, only one gangster can restore order, one internet forum post at a time. Robo-Canuck Part Man. Part Machine. All Capwn."
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    Ru Paul's Drag Race

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    Far Cry 5

    Did the ‘collect all the lighters’ mission yesterday. Took until 3 am. Prize was definitely not worth it. I really hate it when games do this. If you’re going to send me on a vast multi hour collect-a-thon, at least have something vaguely decent waiting for me at the end!
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    Far Cry 5

    Topcashback are doing a Far Cry 5 offer for new customers. You can get £15 cashback when you buy any version at Argos. Costs £45.99 normally so would effectively be £30.99 for the regular version, or £45-ish for the Gold edition. Www.topcashback.co.uk/tm-farcry5/
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    Avengers: Infinity War - April 2018

    Definitely Ultron then Ragnarok for the plot to lead straight into Infinity War. Maybe Ant-Man and Doctor Strange if you want their largely stand-alone back stories (He gets small! He does magic!). The others if you fancy, but only Winter Soldier and maybe the first Thor are really worth your time from what’s left.
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    Ru Paul's Drag Race

  14. It's also 50% based on just 6 reviews, none of which are major outlets. Which is not to say they're wrong, but more that it's unfair to assume a critical consensus just yet.
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    Thor: Ragnarok

    Yeah Taika shot that whole sequence in the sanctorum 9 months before principal photography, including the bit that turned up at the end of Strange. They had to shoot it early while the Strange sets were still up in London, and he talks about it being the fist time he actually worked with Chris. The commentary’s a lot of fun. Particularly the bit where Taika reveals that he mocapped the entirety of Chris Hemsworth’s role.

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