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  1. That's a lovely album. I like a lot of Richter's work, especially the stuff in The Leftovers. See also: Cliff Martinez.
  2. Over the years it's been dumb stuff I can quote and laugh at like Megaforce (still waiting for that episode to air!), Baseketball, and Hot Rod. Lately it's been the Netflix film of To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
  3. As Don Henley observed, this is the end of the innocence.
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    Minisode 230.5

    This reminded me, Carvey did a great episode of Conan O'Brien's podcast Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend, and then came back on for a few more "deep dive" episodes. All much more fun to listen to than any moment of Master of Disguise.
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    Minisode 230.5

    High five, Cameron H, we both got told off by Paul this week, lol. Not that I disagree with him in my case. The parenting advice reminded me of something that I would like to recommend to all new parents: a book called Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child. My first wife and I received it from friends when we had my son and we followed its advice (which basically boils down to let your kid cry for a while, learn to self-soothe, etc) and it was very effective. As it turns out I am going to need it again myself later this year, I am happy to say that my wife and I are having our first child in July. We are very excited. I realized today that this kid could very well live to see the year 2100. Anyway, hopefully the gang will tour somewhere near us in 2021 so we can give our baby to Jason to hold. I'm a little surprised that they picked next week's movie, though god knows it deserves it. It would be great if they could get Dana Carvey as the guest, I suspect he'd be into it. Or Norm MacDonald!
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    Episode 230 - Fateful Findings: LIVE! (w/ Rob Huebel)

    Seeing this was an unexpected delight. Like a flashback in an episode of Leverage.
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    Episode 230 - Fateful Findings: LIVE! (w/ Rob Huebel)

    So I may now have a copy of Double Down, and about ten minutes in we have this moment.
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    Episode 230 - Fateful Findings: LIVE! (w/ Rob Huebel)

    Age of consent is apparently 16 in Washington state, so I guess not. One of the things about this film is that it was made in and around Seattle, I think? Fun fact, Neil Breen is 62! Also, from IMDb:
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    Starship Invasions (1977)

    It's hardly rocket science to search YouTube for a film or for a filmmaker to send a C&D to YouTube, but sure. We'll just hang out here in your World Wide Web forum and not use hyperlinks.
  10. theworstbuddhist

    Favorite Movies of 2019

    I think I just have a soft spot for films that are like a fever dream Plus I remember some really great performances.
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    Starship Invasions (1977)

    I'm watching it now and it is as terrible as I remember. I had entirely forgotten about its crazy jazz fusion score, I would actually listen to this if I had a record of it. Edit: Oh snap! THERE IS A RECORD OF IT
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    Starship Invasions (1977)

    Fun fact, the only lobby card I own is for Starship Invasions! It's this one.
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    Starship Invasions (1977)

    Robert Vaughn! Christopher Lee! Space vampires, I think? UFOs! Anal probing! Gratuitous nudity! Terrible effects even by the standards of 1977! Made proudly here in Canada, by Canadians, for no one! It's....... STARSHIP INVASIONS!
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    Episode 230 - Fateful Findings: LIVE! (w/ Rob Huebel)

    This is so much more enjoyable than FF and indeed many of the films covered by the podcast.
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    Favorite Movies of 2019

    I missed a lot of good looking movies this year for one reason or another, but I did sit down the other day and came up with this for a top 10 of what I did see from 1 to 10: Parasite Avengers: Endgame Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Us Spider Man Far From Home Midsommar Ad Astra Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Under the Silver Lake Knives Out I also started a bottom 10 list but only had two films from the year that I actually hated: Serenity and MIB International. Which leaves all of the following as pictures that kind of landed in the middle: Booksmart Replicas Lego Movie 2 Cold Pursuit Isn’t It Romantic Alita: Battle Angel Captain Marvel Triple Frontier Shazam! Shadow The Hustle John Wick 3 Brightburn Godzilla: King of Monsters Dark Phoenix F&FP: Hobbs and Shaw Dora and the Lost City of Gold Hustlers Monos Joker Zombieland: Double Tap Charlie’s Angels Jumanji: The Next Level Plus some film festival pictures that I didn't put on because they aren't in wide release. I mostly wish I had seen The Lighthouse, which I still haven't seen, and Little Women, which I think we are seeing this weekend maybe.