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  1. #701
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Look, I love Bill Murray and I loved the original Blues Brothers and Alien is a masterpiece but do these Fuckers have to keep making sequels. Can't they just enjoy their money, in their old age and stop making horrible remakes or sequels. Fuck... well, at the very least, they better get Rick Moranis! Pretty dumb with no Fucking Egon. And Part 2 was beyond stupid lol, only part 1 makes sense. I didn't watch the female version, or the remake woke version or whatever it was so I can't comment on those.

    Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver set to reunite for Ghostbusters sequel
    All three appeared in the 2021 Wokebusters - it was absolutely horrible. I too didn't see Dikebusters and so cannot comment either.

  2. #702
    Hollywood, Rock and Roll and Radio are dead.
    This is what Hollywood has come to...

    Tom Hanks and Robin Wright to Be Digitally De-Aged in Upcoming Film from Forrest Gump Director

  3. #703
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Hollywood, Rock and Roll and Radio are dead.
    This is what Hollywood has come to...

    Tom Hanks and Robin Wright to Be Digitally De-Aged in Upcoming Film from Forrest Gump Director
    LOL, whatever it takes to avoid the straight-to-video glue factory. Maybe there is an adrenochrome shortage.

  4. #704
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Hollywood, Rock and Roll and Radio are dead.
    This is what Hollywood has come to...

    Tom Hanks and Robin Wright to Be Digitally De-Aged in Upcoming Film from Forrest Gump Director
    LOL, whatever it takes to avoid the straight-to-video glue factory. Maybe there is an adrenochrome shortage.
    I always like how Paul Newman did roles later in life.
    I wonder if he would have been onboard with de-aging himself to make a film.
    I like to think that he wouldn't agree to such vanity.

  5. #705
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I always like how Paul Newman did roles later in life.
    I wonder if he would have been onboard with de-aging himself to make a film.
    I like to think that he wouldn't agree to such vanity.
    Zero percent chance he would want to de-age himself IMHO.

  6. #706
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I actually own a dvd of Bone Tomahawk but I never watch it.
    I think you'll like it cause it has half horror in it.
    Starts out as a Western and that's why I bought it, thought it was a Western.
    Now that was a grisly Western - holy smokes.

  7. #707
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Now that was a grisly Western - holy smokes.
    Yeah.
    Started off as a western.
    Turned into something else.
    I kind of forget the ending but don't really want to revisit the movie lol.
    I still have the dvd buried away somewhere.

  8. #708
    I like this one better.
    You get the early Jeff Bridges like in Fat City.
    Not the best quality but free on YouTube...


  9. #709
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    I like this one better.
    You get the early Jeff Bridges like in Fat City.
    Not the best quality but free on YouTube...
    Thanks for the reco Monet. I can't remember if I have seen it, but I'll check it out. Regarding the ending of Bone Tomahawk - the calvary ended up coming, but in the form of just one man with a severely broken shin and no horse. I won't get more specific than that, in case you decide to watch it (or the ending) again.

  10. #710
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Thanks for the reco Monet. I can't remember if I have seen it, but I'll check it out. Regarding the ending of Bone Tomahawk - the calvary ended up coming, but in the form of just one man with a severely broken shin and no horse. I won't get more specific than that, in case you decide to watch it (or the ending) again.
    Probably not going to watch it again but you make me want to lol.
    The problem is all the gore and cannibalism.
    Little rough for my viewing pleasure.
    If you ever get the chance, I recommend going into IMDB and reading some of the user reviews of Bone Tomahawk.
    You get a lot of 9's and 1's.
    People either loved the gore or hated it.
    Most of them seem to never forget it if they watched it all the way through.
    Thankfully, my mind erased the movie from my memory
    All I really remember is the Indians had white powder all over their bodies.

    The Jeff Bridges movie is good.
    Somewhat based on Nascar's Junior Johnsons life.
    If you like that sort of thing.

  11. #711
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Thanks for the reco Monet. I can't remember if I have seen it, but I'll check it out. Regarding the ending of Bone Tomahawk - the calvary ended up coming, but in the form of just one man with a severely broken shin and no horse. I won't get more specific than that, in case you decide to watch it (or the ending) again.
    Probably not going to watch it again but you make me want to lol.
    The problem is all the gore and cannibalism.
    Little rough for my viewing pleasure.
    If you ever get the chance, I recommend going into IMDB and reading some of the user reviews of Bone Tomahawk.
    You get a lot of 9's and 1's.
    People either loved the gore or hated it.
    Most of them seem to never forget it if they watched it all the way through.
    Thankfully, my mind erased the movie from my memory
    All I really remember is the Indians had white powder all over their bodies.

    The Jeff Bridges movie is good.
    Somewhat based on Nascar's Junior Johnsons life.
    If you like that sort of thing.
    Yes the Jeff Bridges movie was very good; thanks. I started to watch it and realized I had seen it on television before. I can see why people would have polarized opinions of Bone Tomahawk. One thing that most (but not all) of these Westerns have in common is that adults' teeth are in way better condition than actual adults that lived back then in the 1880s or so. Anyway, I thought Bone Tomahawk was solid and I give it a 7.5 out of 10.

  12. #712
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Yes the Jeff Bridges movie was very good; thanks. I started to watch it and realized I had seen it on television before. I can see why people would have polarized opinions of Bone Tomahawk. One thing that most (but not all) of these Westerns have in common is that adults' teeth are in way better condition than actual adults that lived back then in the 1880s or so. Anyway, I thought Bone Tomahawk was solid and I give it a 7.5 out of 10.
    Yeah, the Jeff Bridges movie needed 2 more hours or a part two.
    Damn movie was just starting to get really good right at the ending lol.

  13. #713
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Yes the Jeff Bridges movie was very good; thanks. I started to watch it and realized I had seen it on television before. I can see why people would have polarized opinions of Bone Tomahawk. One thing that most (but not all) of these Westerns have in common is that adults' teeth are in way better condition than actual adults that lived back then in the 1880s or so. Anyway, I thought Bone Tomahawk was solid and I give it a 7.5 out of 10.
    Yeah, the Jeff Bridges movie needed 2 more hours or a part two.
    Damn movie was just starting to get really good right at the ending lol.
    Agreed. Jeff was on a roll back then. Too bad he does those fucking covid commercials these days (or at least one commercial). Anyway he does a lot of great work regardless. The Big Lebowski is right up there at the top IMHO.

  14. #714
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Agreed. Jeff was on a roll back then. Too bad he does those fucking covid commercials these days (or at least one commercial). Anyway he does a lot of great work regardless. The Big Lebowski is right up there at the top IMHO.
    No doubt.
    70s and early 80s Jeff Bridges was really good on the screen.
    He is completely owned, captured and controlled.
    It's a mountain of money and that would be hard for anyone to say no to.
    Of course, I could be wrong about that, and it could all be his choice.
    Other famous mega rich actors decided not to go along with the narrative.

    Jon Voight
    Tim Robbins
    Joe Rogan
    James Woods
    Dennis Miller
    Tim Allen
    and a few others...

    I never checked into it or heard anything, but I know Adam Sandler, Vince Vaughn, Kurt Russell, Chuck Norris and Clint Eastwood are all conservatives.
    I think many of them either didn't say anything or just said the right words.
    I look to these people for entertainment.
    Not for my life or medical decisions.

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