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  1. #341
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Thanks Monet - it looks like Bruce Willis has gone the straight to video route for the most part. Good move for him probably.
    The story seems to be that he is difficult to work with.
    He seems to be using the same playbook that Nick Cage uses.
    Although, I don't think Willis has the same problem with the irs.
    As far as all his straight to dvd movies go, this one about Venice Beach, wasn't that bad.
    Very similar to the Whole Nine Yards.
    Dude really changed since his Moonlighting days . . .
    Anyhow, since it is like Whole Nine Yards (and free) I will watch it.
    Thanks Monet.

  2. #342
    reco. The Hunter (Steve Mcqueen). Recoed because of the scenery and people of various urban locales that can never be again. A Period Piece. For those looking for more in terms of plot and depth, look elsewhere. Many of you have probably already seen this, so disregard this reco in that case.

  3. #343
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    reco. The Hunter (Steve Mcqueen). Recoed because of the scenery and people of various urban locales that can never be again. A Period Piece. For those looking for more in terms of plot and depth, look elsewhere. Many of you have probably already seen this, so disregard this reco in that case.
    Seen this movie a few times over the years.
    Good Movie.
    Good Reco.

    I'm about halfway through this podcast that I'll post here because it is movie related.
    Tarantino made some good movies but I don't worship him like the masses do.
    I'd say he has 5 solid movies that he wrote/directed.
    I don't get all the accolades for his latest movie about Alternate History.
    I give him respect for making that movie in todays climate though.
    Entertaining enough but I guess I like my historical movies to be somewhat accurate.
    Tarantino also has some horrible opinions about 80s movies, Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Harvey Weinstein and some other topics.
    He literally enjoys a movie about a guy masturbating to slasher movie scenes.
    Very Twisted IMO.

    I haven't listened to the complete interview but I will.
    I just don't agree with many issues that Tarantino brings up or answers.
    I don't think Tarantino understands comedies.
    I don't believe Joe Rogan really watches these movies or knows what he is talking about.
    He may have watched them once but he is far too busy to watch these movies over and over again.
    He basically screws up this interview like he did with Oliver Stone.
    Rogan claimed that Pulp Fiction fucked him up after he viewed it.
    I don't believe that for one second.

    #1675 - Quentin Tarantino

    https://open.spotify.com/episode/5cdu4y60lq6QXyUbhMpVWH


  4. #344
    Alright... finished this podcast/interview with Tarantino.
    After the first the last 2 hours was much better than the first hour.
    Decent enough but seemed a bit shallow to me but that's just my opinion.

  5. #345
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Alright... finished this podcast/interview with Tarantino.
    After the first the last 2 hours was much better than the first hour.
    Decent enough but seemed a bit shallow to me but that's just my opinion.
    Thanks Monet. I'll check it out on https://ogjre.com/episode/1675-quentin-tarantino (I don't have a spotify account).
    I totally agree with you that this guy is overhyped (perhaps moreso than anyone in Hollyweird).
    Last edited by tableplay; 06-30-2021 at 05:36 AM.

  6. #346
    Haven't seen this for a few years but caught it on the Magum Channel.
    One of the lost or underrated westerns comparable to the Wild Bunch.

    Oliver Reed
    Gene Hackman
    Murphy Brown

    in....


  7. #347
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Haven't seen this for a few years but caught it on the Magum Channel.
    One of the lost or underrated westerns comparable to the Wild Bunch.

    Oliver Reed
    Gene Hackman
    Murphy Brown

    in....

    Thanks Monet. Here is a new podcast where Timothy Nguyen is a guest and where the topic of the podcast is Eric Weinstein again. I enjoyed his eigenbros podcast and the other one he did that I had linked to here on VCT as I mentioned earlier. This one seems pretty good too however there is overlap with regards to the points Timothy made in the other podcasts.

  8. #348
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Thanks Monet. Here is a new podcast where Timothy Nguyen is a guest and where the topic of the podcast is Eric Weinstein again. I enjoyed his eigenbros podcast and the other one he did that I had linked to here on VCT as I mentioned earlier. This one seems pretty good too however there is overlap with regards to the points Timothy made in the other podcasts.
    I'll have to give this podcast a go.

    What do you do when you don't want to face a demolished bathroom in your own home?
    You bring on some Payne and get the Fear with a Triple Noir Feature!
    Tell me that John Payne and Robert Mitchum aren't identical twins!?
    See pictures below and compare.
    Ok... Payne is more of the pretty boy but damn close and they sound similar too, IMO that is.

    Boiled Harder than an Egg!!
    "I like Danish Girls too... I like them a lot."

    We start with the more obscure flick, Hidden Fear, right before John Payne made the transition to television.
    The reviews were bad but getting a free trip to Denmark has to be good.
    Decent enough movie and I enjoyed the backdrop.

    The second film is probably the best and certainly the more popular...
    99 River Street with John Payne.

    Notice the Censor Certification on the third film: Sudden Fear.
    We tip our hat over to "Mommy Dearest" aka Joan Crawford!
    And who doesn't like Jack Palance?
    He's a low down Yankee Liar... Prove It!






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    Last edited by monet; 07-17-2021 at 02:31 AM.

  9. #349
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    Thanks Monet. Here is a new podcast where Timothy Nguyen is a guest and where the topic of the podcast is Eric Weinstein again. I enjoyed his eigenbros podcast and the other one he did that I had linked to here on VCT as I mentioned earlier. This one seems pretty good too however there is overlap with regards to the points Timothy made in the other podcasts.
    I'll have to give this podcast a go.

    What do you do when you don't want to face a demolished bathroom in your own home?
    You bring on some Payne and get the Fear with a Triple Noir Feature!
    Tell me that John Payne and Robert Mitchum aren't identical twins!?
    See pictures below and compare.
    Ok... Payne is more of the pretty boy but damn close and they sound similar too, IMO that is.

    Boiled Harder than an Egg!!
    "I like Danish Girls too... I like them a lot."

    We start with the more obscure flick, Hidden Fear, right before John Payne made the transition to television.
    The reviews were bad but getting a free trip to Denmark has to be good.
    Decent enough movie and I enjoyed the backdrop.

    The second film is probably the best and certainly the more popular...
    99 River Street with John Payne.

    Notice the Censor Certification on the third film: Sudden Fear.
    We tip our hat over to "Mommy Dearest" aka Joan Crawford!
    And who doesn't like Jack Palance?
    He's a low down Yankee Liar... Prove It!
    Thanks for the movie recos Monet (with the remodel, the armchair quarterback suggests breaking up the job into the smallest steps possible - obviously easier said than done;-)). I'm glad to hear you will listen to the podcast. I especially enjoyed the journalist host who interviewed Timothy (Timothy did his usual great job of getting the facts out there) because he's old school and doesn't sugercoat anything. As you may have noticed, Eric Weinstein is making less Youtube appearances ever since Timothy expertly debunked the Geometric Unity TOE. Obviously Eric didn't think anyone who is an expert at Gauge theory would take a close look at his proposed TOE as I think I had mentioned in an earlier post.

    Hollywood seems to go with certain facial characteristics safely proven to bring in box office revenues it seems, and so all these lookalikes are a result (like famous actor David Paymer and VCT member Ron Singer ;-)).

    With that in mind, might as well throw Kevin Spacey into the Mitchum/Payne dobbleganger mix:
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  10. #350
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    (with the remodel, the armchair quarterback suggests breaking up the job into the smallest steps possible - obviously easier said than done;-)).
    When I read the statistics that stated 75% of tiled showers fail, it scrambled my brains.
    Hard to push forward knowing that 3 out of 4 attempts will end in failure and that includes professional installation.
    It makes a good case for one piece solid surface shower bases and walls.

  11. #351
    Originally Posted by monet View Post
    Originally Posted by tableplay View Post
    (with the remodel, the armchair quarterback suggests breaking up the job into the smallest steps possible - obviously easier said than done;-)).
    When I read the statistics that stated 75% of tiled showers fail, it scrambled my brains.
    Hard to push forward knowing that 3 out of 4 attempts will end in failure and that includes professional installation.
    It makes a good case for one piece solid surface shower bases and walls.
    It is hard to beat a solid surface wet area. If you go that route I would recommend you have it installed. There are a lot of nuances with the different materials. Plus the labor cost is usually irrelevant to the price of material.

    Your failure statistics is why I like using a preformed base with a tile walled shower.

    I am doing tile because it is what I want at this time.. Will be using a large format tile.

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