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MarkBeazley

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    Episode 133.5 - Minisode 133.5

    I'm happy to hear that June has joined the pro-BB-8 camp, but I'm not sure we can believe it 100% until she confirms. Hoping she'll give more info in the next episode.
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    EPISODE 123 - Lifeforce

    One of the major things that leapt out at me in watching this was that the initial crew is completely wiped out in the first fifteen minutes of the film (at least until Carlsen returns in the escape pod), so any connection or emotional investment we may have made in these characters at the onset evaporates pretty quickly.
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    EPISODE 120 - Masters of the Universe

    One of the oddest things in the film is when Courtney Cox runs out to the mirage of her mom not just for the mirage, but she leaves while her boyfriend is wrestling the cop over possession of a gun. She just abandons two separate gun fights -- He-Man and the Eternians in the front of the music store and her boyfriend and friend Charlie fighting the cop -- to go talk to a ghost.
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    EPISODE 119 - Maximum Overdrive: LIVE!

    That's amazing. Long before actually working at Marvel was even a consideration, I've always wondered how/why they licensed the Green Goblin face for this film. Now we know. They didn't... Corrected: Just saw the post with the credits image showing they did pay Marvel. Still a strange choice.
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    EPISODE 111 — Hercules in New York: LIVE!

    So many bizarre facets to Pretzie's character. Once he latches on to Herc he instantly abandons his pretzel enterprise leaving his basket in the cab and never returning to his namesake job. That's completely understandable since he can't afford a $2 cab ride, let alone cover the $50 bet he makes on Herc's long jump competition. That certainly paid off though because he manages to use that to buy both himself and Herc new suits when they arrive in the very next scene for tea with the professor and his daughter. No wonder he's depressed at the end, he has no job, no one to leech off of and is probably still wanted by the mob. Herc's understanding of technology and modern life is wildly inconsistent. They try to depict him as a fish out of water calling cars chariots and seemingly not understanding what a movie is on his date with the professor's daughter, yet seconds later he not only owns a camera, but wants to take tourist snapshots of her in front of statues of his mythological friends -- Atlas in Rockefeller Plaza.
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