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  1. Poster and images for The Big Lebowski spinoff The Jesus Rolls starring John Turturro
  2. It used to be on Hulu. I own the Bluray, but I think the last time I streamed it it only costs $20 for the entire season on Amazon.
  3. Definitely. I urge you to watch Taboo and Trust. FX is doing incredible work.
  4. I think we might have to define the word "great." I loved Parasite and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and I could call them great. And yet, as a percentage, about 60% of any given year's films are bad, about 10% are mediocre, another 25% are good, and about 5% are great. Anyway, I'm getting sidetracked. If you're not watching the good series, you're missing out on some incredible material.
  5. Right, but you just said a "great" movie. I'm contending that modern dramas are better than most movies, and the evidence supports this. Yes, there's nothing like a great movie. But how many great movies have you seen in the last 10 years? Seven? Eight? Independent films used to be the home for great writing and fantastic acting. And now, aside from that handful of great movies, the talent has migrated to series and miniseries.
  6. I would say that's not so for Succession, Trust and Taboo. Big budgets. We don't have to agree on this, but until you watch those shows, it's hard to get into a deep conversation about this.
  7. Aren't many films better than any one season of these shows: Godless Trust Taboo Succession Bloodline Fargo
  8. I'm giving up on network TV shows, but the good cable and streaming shows are better than most films these days.
  9. I'm going to say this for everyone that likes Booksmart: it's a thinly-veiled homage to the funny Comedy Central series Broad City. Check it out...
  10. Oh you must. Just a great movie. I don't know if you've seen the trailer (I haven't), but I hear this was marketed as a horror movie. It isn't. It's more of a psychological thriller. Best movie I saw in 2019.