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  1. Nowhere have I said either lacks in content, nor hinted at being able to do a better job myself. I frequent both and here as well; I like covering the bases. Each has garnered a following and justly so, even if others point in jest. I'll turn to them before I end up on the absolute dry British reviews. Each brings a different nuanced perspective to the whole picture; don't we all?
  2. Would have quoted the talking Bionicle but none of the jokes stand out, other than bad! Edit: However, at least it's a changing useless filler/gimmick.
  3. Agreed! The multiple comparisons to figures past or 3P offerings helps a lot more than just the typical here is said figure with Prime. While all the same basic topics are covered, Mike does it without all the typically useless filler; "Because it's precious, just oh so precious".
  4. So Chuckles and Jinx are the only 2 in either camp to come from the movie? Jinx I can understand, but Chuckles most memorable moment was when he stopped driving a vehicle to rip a rocket off it and hurl it at a HISS tank, in training. Tunnel Rat would have made a little more sense, can understand why Falcon was skipped with all the other berets already on the team. Never read the comics, so if Chuckles had a larger part in that I wouldn't have known.
  5. MacrossCentral on F.B. is reporting a new Frontier movie or short for 2021. They got the news from a Twitter feed.
  6. Yes, though the end of YG2 is set in 1950 just as the beginning is, big gap between 1881 and 1950. Doc historically survived the whole thing as told at the end of the first one. Its C. Bowdry who actually died at the shack where Doc says, "Let's finish the game."
  7. IF it gets done great, if not not a big deal; but seeing a possible life where Billy went from Horse Thief to Horse Trainer for Bill Cody's Show, only to then find himself in the Rough Riders and then finally what was essentially a Livestock Agent in Texas, does have movie making possibility. Estevez's laugh would only help seal the deal. The fact that G. Bombay is back is cool, but isn't the Hanz/Franz fallback angle a bit overused in the Series already, referring to the "Barn" rink. So the Ducks are now team Iceland with accents and all? While the Ducks might be a stellar "Allstar" p
  8. As the title implies, apparently Young Guns 3 is more than just a swig of peyote and dream away. For me, the first film was an instant classic, still rivals Tombstone for Best Modern Western, even keeps pace for quotes. Not sure where this will go, other than to hope we see them do the life of "Brushy" Bill Roberts, who was the individual who came forth and whom N.M. denied. Amazingly all his remaining living contacts confirmed Roberts as the "Kid". Roberts had a very interesting life in his own right, which still could make for an interesting tale. Sutherland, Phillips, and Slater are ap
  9. So Grogu loses his head to Din? Oh, the stories Meethos could tell us as a Mando. Is Emperor Palpatine just Arimon in a Galaxy Far Far Away?
  10. Having done this on Bumblebee with a Copic 0.03 in Warm Gray, its stayed on just like a gunpla with several handlings/transformations and no rubbing off, even on the vents on the engine cover/backpack. I tend not to topcoat so if it's going to disappear it will happen on mine.
  11. Out of all of his "LEO" roles, this was the closest to his sidekick gig in Gone in 60 Seconds (remake), he was "flying around on spaceships"; should have had the, "Are you alright? Are you sure, cause you were just swallowed by a dragon."
  12. Can't lie, was hoping we would finally see the White Wolf in costume; since they already dropped the teaser anyway. Boseman is called away for whatever reason, Wakanda needs an intermediate protector, who during the film gets his butt handed to him forcing the new Black Panther to take the mantle, whom-so-ever that may be.
  13. R.A.(Bob) Salvatore, wrote about his first dinner meeting with B.B. and T.B. while at a Con in Atlanta. Apparently at some point in the night, many wine glasses later, B.B. and Bob were giving a reciting of Monty Python's Search for the Holy Grail, witch skit; ending with Ben Bova standing on his chair in the middle of the restaurant. Terry Brooks was apparently quite appalled!
  14. My son, now 23 didn't recognize the name when I told him the news. However, once I told him Draco the Dragon was dead it clicked. My kids wore both the VHS and DVD copies out. My fondest memory in film will be him getting out of a new Aston Martin Vanquish, followed by CZJ's trip-wire/Laser practice scene. T. Dalton was my intro to Bond, so the bar was set just right for Brosnan to take over. Can't think of a better example of what a "Kingly" King should be with his cameo as Richard the Lionheart and supporting role as Arthur in First Knight.
  15. Technically, there is a 4th F.F. film out there. Made in the early-mid 90's with the young man from "Boy Who Could Fly" as Johnny Storm. There's a documentary playing on Prime or Hulu that goes over it. Was never officially released but apparently there are bootlegs out there of it, typically found at the various conventions. Interesting view of how the shady side of Hollywood actually works or preview to what an actual "won't mention" movie shoot would most likely be like.
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