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She has also been good on The Americans the last few seasons. Terrific actress.

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Dewey Crowe will always be the hilarious main reason I continued to get Justifed on DVD.

His being kicked out of Boyd's religious group and being called an OANANIST is still a high point of hilarity.

Especially when he goes crawling back to Boyd and begging to be let back in.

"Please Boyd! I won't spank it anymore!"

Then there's the one where he's tricked into thinking his kidneys have been removed and the episode plays out like some absurd redneck version of Crank.
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If you liked Dewey Crowe, make sure you check out the first season of Quarry (which comes out to disc next month). Damon Herriman is in the cast and plays a completely different character from Dewey. Definitely an actor to keep an eye on.

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Dewey is a scream.  Haven't seen the kidneys episode yet but I can only guess what happens.

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A Bit of Random:  "Japanese poster for Steven Seagal's Nico: Above The Law (1988)"

 

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Man oh man, JUSTIFIED is the goods.  We just finished S2 last night (the Bennett storyline) and we can't wait to rip into S3.

I kinda feel stupid for missing out on this show during its original run.  This was right up my alley.

I need to do a re-watch. Seasons 1 and 2 were great, but I lost steam either in season 4 or 5. I didn't get worse so much as season 2 in particular felt like it made the most of all the characters in play.

Boyd Crowder is an all timer. What's also great is how well Olyphant holds up given he could easily be upstaged by top notch character acting from the cast surrounding him.
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Movie All-Points-Bulletin:  Last night I picked up a favorite of mine from the last decade, Sergei Bodrov's MONGOL (2007), a great return to old-fashioned epics about the rise of Genghis Khan (Tadanobu Asano).  Looking Bodrov up, I see that he recently made the Jeff Bridges swordplay thing SEVENTH SON in 2014, which looked like a whole lot of "meh" to me, but I also see that in 2010, he apparently made a comedy film called A YAKUZA'S DAUGHTER NEVER CRIES, which I can't find a DVD listing, or trailers, or anything on anywhere just yet...

 

Anyone heard about or seen A YAKUZA'S DAUGHTER NEVER CRIES?  Even though it might not be great, just going by the title it sure sounds like something in my tempo.

 

 

 


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Those 80's and 90's action flicks hold up so well for a lot of reasons, but the biggest is the reliance on in-camera stunts and effects. Just makes such a huge difference. Everything is so pixelated now. I know saying that gives off a "Get off my lawn!" vibe but I see ads for the new XXX and it's hard to tell it apart from an ad for a new PS4 game.


​Great point, Molt. Couldn't agree with you more.  I even agree with you about the new XXX although, like Felix, I'm cautiously optimistic that this one is going to be a lot of fun. 

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Putting on my VHS of SLAUGHTER OF THE INNOCENTS, this trailer was in front of it:

 

 

 

A Roddy buddy movie intrigues, but Billy Blanks always seemed lame. Anyone seen it?


​This is a great Roddy flick.  Billy is pretty good as well.  He's never going to win any awards for his "acting" talents but he does well enough here.  It's a lot of fun.  Check it out if you get a chance, Elvis.

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Finally caught this trailer during a game last week. Original is Top 10 Action of the decade, but this looks like it could also be my jam:

 

 


​This looks like it's right up my alley.  Didn't realise it was a remake.  Going to have to check out the original for certain. 

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A Bit of Random:  "Japanese poster for Steven Seagal's Nico: Above The Law (1988)"

 

 

Nico could almost pass for a young Henry Silva!

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To me with thos action movies, it's like Meryl Streep said about MMA at the Golden Globes: "it has nothing to do with the arts"...

 

Since Sunday night I know that Streep got a lot of attention for her anti-Trump comments but I've heard less about the other things she said. I'll have to look into why in the blue fuck MERYL STREEP talked about mixed martial arts at the Golden Globes.

 

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Chuck is only sex-manly in one scene, and that's the duel with Bruce in the Colosseum, and that's only because Bruce's body isn't big enough to contain the sheer animal magnetism of the man so some of it transfers to Chuck to avoid rending a hole in space time. Otherwise, Chuck has the sexual charisma of a wet fish.

 

Hahahah. Nicely said.

 

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We need a Cynthia Rothrock for our generation.

 

Oh definitely. I hope it happens, even though the market these days is far shittier than it was back then.

 

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Birthday Shout Out for two Thread Legends - Walter Hill + Bart the Bear

 

Bart the Bear... rest in peace, indeed. 

 

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Q: what's the bloodiest, most violent Western you guys have ever seen?

 

Shamefully, I haven't seen as many Westerns as I should have, even when it comes to Spaghetti Westerns. Aside from the obvious choice of Django Unchained, nothing from its heyday comes to mind at the moment.

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New York City People Question:  When I first started visiting Manhattan back in the early 2000s, I'd stock up on DVDs that I couldn't find in my local area.  I'd hit three or four great little shops in Chinatown for my Asian DVD needs, one or two of the Kim's Video stores in lower Manhattan, a second hand shop over on Roosevelt Island, some of the Greenwich Village record stores, even a couple of camcorder bootleggers I knew of down in Battery Park or up on Broadway, Academy Records for the occasional disc...  I'd even stop by some of the less-reputable adults-only shops because several of them also carried bootlegs of Chinese, Japanese and South Korean martial arts and action movies.  

 

I haven't been to NYC for nearly six years now.  I so miss it...  I have a chance at an overnight visit next month though, if I play my cards right.  But I know through sites like Jeremiah's Vanishing New York and EV Grieve what most of my old movie-collecting haunts are now gone.

 

So what are the places to visit for movie collectors, these days?  I don't mean your Best Buys or Targets, but the last remaining spots for getting a good deal on new or used discs? 

 

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DVR ALERT! Awesome Nite of Prison flicks on TCM:

 

PAPILLON + ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ + I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG

 

Neat. Although, the way I am feeling today I am not in the mood for downbeat movies like those. I'll explain why in a moment.

 

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A Bit of Random:  "Japanese poster for Steven Seagal's Nico: Above The Law (1988)"

 

I know I've seen that poster before, and at the time it also made me laugh.

 

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Movie All-Points-Bulletin

 

I've seen Mongol before and while I didn't love it, I still enjoyed it. Seventh Son always looked like goofy horseshit but as it has a nice cast (including Alicia Vikander)... I have no information on A Yakuza's Daughter Never Cries; that may be goofy horseshit for entirely different reasons.

 

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​This looks like it's right up my alley.  Didn't realise it was a remake.  Going to have to check out the original for certain. 

 

I've seen the original before and I dug it too.

 

Today, I went to the dentist. It was just to get my teeth cleaned. I knew beforehand that my old dentist retired and a new dude took over the practice. I was unfortunately not blessed with the best body, and that includes my teeth. Well, after he looked at my teeth, I have to return later in the month for some special "deep cleaning", which even with my dental insurance isn't cheap. For some reason, my blood pressure was also taken and well, it was more than 120/80. So I don't exactly feel fantastic right now. At least tomorrow should be better...

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I wonder if QT was a fan of the somewhat unheralded NEVADA SMITH. There's an influence on KILL BILL, I think.

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Why Rob Zombie loves the Stallone flop Paradise Alley

 

https://thedissolve.com/features/mad-love/123-why-rob-zombie-loves-the-stallone-flop-paradise-al/?utm_content=buffer75936&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

 

 

The Dissolve: At what point did you begin sort of studying film? You mentioned that you were a regular filmgoer when you were a kid, but your movies have a lot of different cinematic influences worked into them, from the Marx Brothers references in The Devil’s Rejects to the gigantic Méliès moon on the wall in The Lords Of Salem. When did you really become a serious movie buff?

 

Zombie: Pretty early on. When I was little I remember I had film books. Because I would watch everything on television, so even when I was a little kid I was really into the Marx Brothers, or—I was just into everything, because back then what was so cool was, there were only 13 channels. So every week I would get the TV Guide and I’d go through and circle every movie. Everybody I know that’s roughly my age did the same thing. I’d go through and circle every movie that was going to be on TV in an attempt to try to watch every single one. Because usually there were only two channels that really played movies. I have some of those TV Guides and I was looking at them the other day and it was just amazing. You’d be like, “Okay, from 10 to 2 I’m going to watch The Great Escape, and then from 2 to 4 I’m going to watch Planet Of The Apes, and then from 4 to 6 I’m going to watch A Night At The Opera. Then I’m going to take a break, and then from 8 to 10, I’m going to watch whatever…” I would just watch everything. So I was just a huge movie fan. It wasn’t one specific—I mean, probably horror, if you told me to pick one. But I was just as big a fan of Groucho Marx as I was of Boris Karloff.

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So what are the places to visit for movie collectors, these days?  I don't mean your Best Buys or Targets, but the last remaining spots for getting a good deal on new or used discs? 

 

I certainly can't help you there with places you should visit to get movies while in NYC; after all, after MovieStop closed down I don't know of any places near Orlando where I can get movies for cheap.

 

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Why Rob Zombie loves the Stallone flop Paradise Alley

 

Considering his obvious love of 70's movies I am not surprised he'd enjoy something like Paradise Alley between its look and its cast. Although I don't agree with him on not liking 80's aesthetic in general... meanwhile, I am glad that The Dissolve is still up even if the site sadly closed down a long time ago.

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Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

I certainly can't help you there with places you should visit to get movies while in NYC; after all, after MovieStop closed down I don't know of any places near Orlando where I can get movies for cheap.

 

Well, to help all CHUDders in their own searches for stuff like this, I've started a new thread...  The Brick and Mortar New & Used Blu-Ray, DVD and Media Shops Thread.  It's intended to be a way to inform others in your area - or maybe fellow movie fans who might be travelling to your neck of the woods - to the best places in town to find all the things that we collectors hold near and dear.  Blu-rays, DVDs, VHS tapes, laserdiscs, vinyl LPs, CDs, cassettes, posters, music equipment, posters, toys, video games, books, collectibles and other vintage ephemera type of stuff.  Also, it can help keep business local, which is good for any neighborhood outlook.  Stop on by and have a look!  

 

http://www.chud.com/community/t/156228/brick-and-mortar-new-used-blu-ray-dvd-and-media-shops#post_4206217

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Best places that I know of are the Half Price Books stores. They're a chain, but they deal in a whole lot of used material. Sometimes they have items at collector's prices, but most of the time, there's plenty of deals to be had. Especially on older records. Prices also fluctuate from store to store. I've seen an item at a much higher price in one location, and then at another, in the same town mind you, there's the exact same item for a much cheaper price.

 

I've always enjoyed going to the Half Price Books stores all over the state here. Probably my favorite thing to do whenever I go on vacation.

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Well, to help all CHUDders in their own searches for stuff like this, I've started a new thread...  The Brick and Mortar New & Used Blu-Ray, DVD and Media Shops Thread.

 

Awesome. I'll have to peer at the thread occasionally to see if any locations near me are brought up.

 

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Best places that I know of are the Half Price Books stores.

 

I know I've said this in the thread before, but I am shit out of luck there as there are no HPB in Florida.

 

I did not watch any movies tonight but I'll see at least two on Wednesday.

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The Savage Stack: The ILSA Quadrilogy (1975 - 1977)

 

 

For the first Savage Stack entry of 2017, Jacob decided to spend too much time with the Queen of Fascist Sexuality.
 
 
 
 
"Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS is one of the most gloriously wicked motion pictures ever constructed. Combining fascist fetishism with slobbering perversion, producer David F. Friedman and director Don Edmonds bestowed upon the world a new sleaze icon. By sexualizing history’s most recognizable group of mass murderers, they helped corner the market on their own unique brand of sexploitation. Dyanne Thorne’s casting as the titular purveyor of punishment was the duo’s most ingenious stroke, as Friedman and Edmonds realized a grindhouse pin-up that would become recognizable to generations of cult film fans to come, even as she continued to jump ship to many different dictatorships. The unique set of assets Thorne fully owned helped her carve quite a niche career for the platinum-haired, swastika-donning dominatrix. She was the Queen of Pain, extracting pleasure from the sensual torment of those who unfortunately became her captives."
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Digging S3 of JUSTIFIED.  Neal McDonough is making for a pretty great foil so far.

 

Had this moment last night:

 

Oh yeah.

 

Also, that guitar riff at the end makes it sound like a Lethal Weapon moment.

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Jere Burns is such a great weasel on the show.

 

Did you ever check out Banshee, Judas? Would be a good one to get into when you finish with Justified.

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I know I've said this in the thread before, but I am shit out of luck there as there are no HPB in Florida.

I did not watch any movies tonight but I'll see at least two on Wednesday.

Nearest HPB is 2 hours from me, so sadly it's not like I can go there later today. Wish we had one around here.

Strangely enough, I haven't watched any movies myself since Saturday. Batman: Arkham Knight has been taking over all of my free time in the evening. Most I've seen were a few episodes of Scooby-Doo Where Are You on Monday with Renata. We saw an episode with a robot that was on the fritz and taking over an old amusement park. Shaggy tried to hit the strongman machine with a hammer and the lowest setting said CREAMPUFF. That had me laughing.
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Jeez, Thomas Lennon.  What happened to you? 

 

I really need to read that book he wrote with Garant.  My life needs to fail up, a little...

 

 

This video's actually pretty funny, anyway.


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Have they had a TV version of General McCallister yet?

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Or this guy?

 

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Coming in April. More PRISON BREAK.

 

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Fair enough. I won't get all up in arms about your opinion, as silent movies definitely are a different sort of watch.

It's definitely a brilliant film and a masterpiece too! Don't hit me! I just prefer M because it's less... ghostly?
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The Savage Stack: The ILSA Quadrilogy (1975 - 1977)

 

There's yet something else which I have known of for years and I should finally see it for myself to figure out if I think it's worth its reputation or not.

 

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Strangely enough, I haven't watched any movies myself since Saturday.

 

Oh, it happens to all of us at least once in a blue moon.

 

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Sigh... then again I am amazed that the show has lasted this long, and apparently has not terrible ratings. 

 

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It's definitely a brilliant film and a masterpiece too! Don't hit me! I just prefer M because it's less... ghostly?

 

Oh no, it's all good.

 

The first thing I watched today: I can finally say I've seen all of The Green Slime, courtesy of Turner Classic Movies. The movie's definitely goofy and silly as all hell, yet I enjoyed its kitschy charms and its low-budget 1960's sci-fi look. I don't regret seeing it. The director going on to the Battles Without Honor and Humanity series (not to mention f'ing Battle Royale) will always make me laugh. And before anyone asks, I have known of its AWESOME theme song for years now.

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Say Something Nice: NOTHING BUT TROUBLE (1991)

 

Even a licensed Chevy apologist knows this one's not great, but one scene is!

 

http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2017/01/10/say-something-nice-nothing-but-trouble-1991

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Just finished Hsiao-Hsien Hou's THE ASSASSIN (2015, DVD) with Shi Qu as the title contractor raised from childhood to be a ruthless dispatcher of corrupt politicians and rulers.  I knew going in this would be a more reflective and artful take on wuxia storytelling, and being just a little aware of the director's work with MILLENNIUM MAMBO and THREE TIMES, I thought I was prepared for it.  But at least in this viewing it never really connected with me.  It's languidly presented, Shu Qi has only a handful of lines and the bulk of the movie is basically some admittedly gorgeous photography but little life.  There are moments of action but literally maybe 120 seconds' worth in the film.  To put it snidely, the pacing of this thing makes Zhang Yimou and Terence Malick look like Michael Bay.  There may be something there that might come out to me in the future, but as for right now the film has me ready to hit the pillow and drift into sleep in a big way.

 

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Mill Creek announced that they're putting out Pulse on blu-ray. The cover even retains the old vhs artwork! I remember Engineer talking highly of it. I'll have to pick it up.

 

 

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Say Something Nice: NOTHING BUT TROUBLE (1991)

 

Way back when I saw parts of it when it played on TV one late afternoon... "garish" did not begin to describe what I saw. But I imagine I should give it more of a chance. If nothing else it'll lead to me saying a lot of interesting things about it online. 

 

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Just finished Hsiao-Hsien Hou's THE ASSASSIN (2015, DVD)

 

I heard a lot of different things about it. There's no shortage of people who had the same problem with it that you did.

 

Speaking of Terrence Malick... I finished watching Days of Heaven, which I had never actually seen before. It was on TCM and it definitely was a treat watching it in HD. It's not something I'll give 5 stars to and say that I love, but I am glad I saw its amazing cinematography and I'll still give it high marks even with its disjointed narrative and the fact that Linda Manz (the Anna Kendrick of her time) and what I can say is NOT an accurate Chicago accent... I have no complaints with her performance otherwise but that was one strange accent; I know the movie wouldn't have been released if it wasn't for her character's narration trying to tie everything together so I can't get too mad about it. I know production was rough so it is a success that the film was something which many people do love and I can say is worth watching.

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Originally Posted by Rene (Mr.Eko) View Post

Mill Creek announced that they're putting out Pulse on blu-ray. The cover even retains the old vhs artwork! I remember Engineer talking highly of it. I'll have to pick it up.

 

Of course they put it out in HD just after I pick up the LD.  My mutant power strikes again!!  But seriously, yeah, I liked it.  And as it's a b-80s movie, my LD feels right for this kind of flick.  I might suggest a rental first for other people though.  I always worry about blind-buys based on my recommendations.

 

 

 

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Speaking of Terrence Malick... I finished watching Days of Heaven, which I had never actually seen before. 

 

Glad you liked it!  So did I, having borrowed it from the library when the Criterion edition was released.  I also really dig on BADLANDS, most of THE THIN RED LINE, love THE TREE OF LIFE, really liked TO THE WONDER, even liked DEADHEAD MILES somewhat.  Haven't seen KNIGHT OF CUPS or VOYAGE OF TIME yet.  THE NEW WORLD wasn't for me, though.

 

After finishing THE ASSASSIN, I popped on Mike Figgis' LEAVING LAS VEGAS (1995, DVD) and man, this movie slams me every time.  Stars off fun and sad, gets heavy and sad, romantic and sad and then boom that last ten minutes puts me through the ringer.  It's so damn flawless.  I've known some heavy drinkers, two of which ended up in similar circumstances to Cage's character and I always lose it a little watching this and remembering them...  Such a perfect, emotional gut punch of a film.  And the music, also supervised by Mike Figgis, is just beautiful.

 

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LEAVING LAS VEGAS. I have the novel at home.

 

Heard John O'Brian the author killed himself 2 weeks after the announcement of the movie.

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Yeah, heard that too. I have his novel STRIPPER LESSONS here but haven't cracked into it yet.
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Should watch Leaving Las Vegas again.. Cage is great, and the Sting/ Don Henley soundtrack was a tape I had on heavy rotation in my old Nissan truck.
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The DVD Savant takes aim at Gavin O’Connor's THE ACCOUNTANT

 

https://trailersfromhell.com/the-accountant/

 

"Comic book action thrillers are so influential today, that more naturalistic suspense thrillers are giving way under the strain. Just winding up is a long series of paternal revenge & response thrillers starring Liam Neeson, who is forever striking back against the ‘evil forces’ threatening the sacred family unit. No action hero ever fights for right for its own sake anymore, it’s always because of some heightened sense of family loyalty or personal duty – a ‘me’ motive. My theory is that nobody sees idealism functioning beyond the personal any more. Doing violence in the name of family absolves most anything… if you’re a leading character in modern heroic mode."

 

"2016’s The Accountant is quite a concoction, a complex, well-made adult action-violence film with a character almost as stylized as a comic superhero — essentially, ‘Autism Man.’ A whirlwind of unlikely formative events creates a hero who is an Idiot Savant — a genius with numbers who can’t relate to people, yet is also an unstoppable fighting machine. This ‘unstoppable fighting machine’ BS delivers the exploitative action that audiences crave, and is therefore the modern fantasy that won’t go away. Writer Bill Dubuque’s clever screenplay works an intelligent variation on thrillers about corporate conspiracies and imaginary teams of ultra-sophisticated assassins. Director Gavin O’Connor, a fine cast and a very slick production do the rest — the show is easy to follow yet not too easy to predict. It’s entertaining."

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Absolutely loving S3 of JUSTIFIED.  Dewey Crowe running around thinking that his kidneys were harvested made me laugh way, way harder than it should have.

 

Gotta ask...how is Neal McDonough not a bigger star?  The man is great in everything and has charisma and presence to spare.  

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Really thought McDonough was gonna blow up after seeing him in Band of Brothers. Had a big role in MINORITY REPORT after that but since then it has been a lot of back and forth between TV guest spots and roles in movies that aren't seen by many. He's the best thing in the HITCHER remake, for what little that's worth.

 

Always an actor I enjoy see pop up in stuff.

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He's incredible in JUSTIFIED.  Almost everyone that I know who is a fan of the show raves and raves about Mags and Dickie, but I'll take Quarles over them any day in terms of character and overall menace.

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Absolutely loving S3 of JUSTIFIED.  Dewey Crowe running around thinking that his kidneys were harvested made me laugh way, way harder than it should have.

 

Gotta ask...how is Neal McDonough not a bigger star?  The man is great in everything and has charisma and presence to spare.  

 

McDonough is great in just about everything.  He can play good guys and bad guys and you cheer them both.  He's also got principles.  Whether or not you agree with him read about how and why he was canned from Desperate Housewives.  Gotta respect his stance to be true to his beliefs. 

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Is Justified only streaming on Amazon Prime?

 

I saw the first few seasons and the beginning with MaDonough, but lost track after that.

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They're all on Prime. God, Quarles is such a smooth bastard. Love McDonough.

 

Been reading Garth Ennis' Punisher MAX run. I got to Barracuda and am wondering how Netflix is possibly going to top the crazy of that. Up is Down, Black is White and The Slavers are my favorite arcs so far, I'm halfway through Barracuda and loving it.

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I bought JUSTIFIED (complete series on blu ray) off of Amazon for Black Friday for something like $50.  Worth every penny.

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I got to Barracuda and am wondering how Netflix is possibly going to top the crazy of that. 

 

That'll be tough. Hopefully at some point we get Terry Crews as Barracuda on that series.

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Oh hell yeah. That makes me want to watch GAMER for that nasty Crews.

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Was glad I gave GAMER a fresh look in '16. Along with STREET KINGS (also with Crews!), one of the films I did a switcheroo on last year and now hold in esteem.

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