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03-22-2019 04:11 PM
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(03-22-2019 06:37 AM)Richard Turpin Wrote:  David Fincher's 'Love, Death & Robots'

Well worth a watch lads!

Netflix's new anthology series of 18 animated stories. The (rare) 18 Certificate is justified for once, so don't watch it with young kids present (gratuitous violence, nudity the lot).

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I'm halfway through it and well impressed so far. Each story is standalone (and different!) and between 6 and 17 minutes long. Ideal for just dipping in and out of as you fancy.

There's sjw elements to be detected if you're senses are honed enough, but that's only to be expected these days and the series can easily be enjoyed by members of this board regardless (It's actually been hammered as 'sexist', by all the internet cultural gatekeepers, if that helps). The animation is top-notch and much like the stories themselves, varies in style from episode to episode.

I've spoken of my love for these old anthology-style shows before in my 'Ballad of Buster Scraggs' review (watch that too!). Reminds me so much of Creepshow and Tales from the Darkside etc.

Yes, it's great but that first statement is misleading. The very first one is full on propaganda, but not as bad as it could be. The rest are from good to amazing.
03-22-2019 04:37 PM
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Netflix just released a movie about the rise of Mötley Crüe titled The Dirt, based on the biography of the same name.

Holy sh-t what an entertaining movie. Not deep, but a truly a wild ride. Great acting from the guy playing Nikki Sixx (who's basically the main character), and Machine Gun Kelly of all people portrays Tommy Lee - and he does a good job!

The movie's also refreshingly free from the increasing SJWisms of the streaming giant. Groupies getting used, tits bouncing around, Sixx snorting coke off the ass of a slut... If you read the book you know what to expect.

My only reservation is that it could have focused more on the songwriting process, I always find that interesting. Some key people and events are also left out, no doubt by their own request since pretty much anything connected to this band is sleazy as hell.

In conclusion: Better than expected. It's a blitz through the history of a mythical 80's band, and the movie never loses steam.

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