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Dieter Stark

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Dieter Stark last won the day on October 21 2018

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  1. https://www.google.com/amp/s/io9.gizmodo.com/alex-kurtzmans-plan-for-more-star-trek-than-ever-before-1835617146/amp I'm thinking the putz wasn't fired. Here he is talking out of his ass. As a child well under the age of nine during Star Trek's prime in the late 80s and 90s, it reached me. It did so without pandering to little kids with the exception of dolls and tricorder toys, charming by-products of the series' popularity. This guy is an idiot.
  2. Kalifornia There were provocative memorable ads for this movie in DC Star Trek funnybooks. I saw it a few years later and enjoyed it. It perfectly captures the feel of driving across bumfuck America en route to Disneyland. I mean, California. I like that about it. Visually, it's awesome. The rural highway roads past sketchy gas stations and abandoned buildings, neon motel signs and the like. It all looks great and feels authentic. David Duchovny and Michelle Forbes are beautiful and ridiculously convincing as a couple. I've liked Brad in various movies, but his acting range usually leaves a lot to be desired. I mean, he's alright, but pretty unremarkable and samey a lot of the time. That's all I'm saying. This role is an exception. He's ludicrously over the top, but weirdly believable along with the constantly annoying Juliette Lewis at his side. It's one of those movies you really get in to and care about the characters. A massive amount of suspense is built up later in the flick when the unleashed Early takes Carrie. It somehow balances out the crude graphic murders and sex without becoming trashy and while the ending is incredibly predictable, you probably wouldn't have wanted it to go any other way. It's about the journey, not the destination.
  3. Mos Eisley is much cooler in the Special Edition and actually feels like a spaceport. Bespin isn't just the same hallway over and over again. The Dewbacks actually move. The SEs are an improvement.
  4. The random reprisals of old themes in Justice League were horribly out of place and terrible like the rest of that atrocious score. What a let down.
  5. I don't know, I watch everything on my phone.
  6. With physical media on its way out, is 8K ever going to take off? I feel like at present 4K is a niche thing.
  7. There was a time when bootleg discussion was completely forbidden.
  8. Like Data said in The Goonies, that's fucking atrocious.
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