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 Post subject: Re: 2019 50/50 Challenge - 50 Books and/or 50 Movies in One
PostPosted: Sun March 03, 2019 1:56 am 
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Oof, dubbed Bergman...yeah that’s definitely a huge mistake

The Seventh Seal is actually a pretty fun movie. Bergman is playful more often than his reputation leads one to believe.



I was really taken with the Jöns character.


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2/50 Books
Pet Sematary - Stephen King
The Shining - Stephen King

3/50 Movies
Blast from the Past (1999)
Game Night (2018)
The Incredibles 2 (2018)

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Wow, what brought Blast from the Past onto your radar?


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6/50 Movies:
1. The Avengers: Infinity War
2. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
3. Ocean's 8
4. Fyre
5. Tag
6. Greta

3/50 Books:
1. The End of the End of the World - Jonathan Franzen
2. Children of Blood and Bone - Tomi Adeyemi
3. Becoming - Michelle Obama

8/50 Albums:
1. Around the Sun - R.E.M.
2. Accelerate - R.E.M.
3. Here We Rest - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
4. Lifers - Cody Jinks
5. Ash & Ice - The Kills
6. Canterbury Girls - Lily & Madeliene
7. My Woman - Angel Olsen
8. Horses - Patti Smith (revisiting after more than a decade)


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27/50 Books

The Green Eagle Score- Richard Stark
The Sour Lemon Score- Richard Stark
Hellboy: Omnibus Vol 1
Hellboy: Omnibus Vol 2
Essential Captain Marvel Vol 2
Steely Dan: The Complete Guide to Their Music
Deadly Edge - Richard Stark
Slayground - Richard Stark
Plunder Squad - Richard Stark
The Damsel - Richard Stark
The Blackbird - Richard Stark
Hellboy: Omnibus Vol 3 (over 500 pages)
Butcher’s Moon - Richard Stark
Lemons Don't Lie - Richard Stark
Comeback - Richard Stark
Backflash - Richard Stark
Born Standing Up - Steve Martin
Flashfire - Richard Stark
The Complete Making of Indiana Jones - JW Rinzler
Firebreak - Richard Stark
Hellboy: Omnibus Volume 4
Hellboy: The Short Stories Vol 1
Hellboy: The Short Stories Vol 2
Breakout - Richard Stark
Nobody Runs Forever - Richard Stark
Ask the Parrot - Richard Stark


5/50 Movies

Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Sin City
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

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 Post subject: Re: 2019 50/50 Challenge - 50 Books and/or 50 Movies in One
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16/50 Movies

Fruitvale Station
Beautiful Boy
Mission Impossible Fallout
Venom
Ant-man and the Wasp
Sorry To Bother You
Incredibles 2
The Dark Tower
Ocean's 8
The Quick and the Dead
North by Northwest
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
BlacKKKlansman
Mildred Pierce (1945)
Bohemian Rhapsody
Friday

11/50 Books

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower 1) - Stephen King
The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower 2) - Stephen King
New Orleans Stories - edited by John Miller
Portnoy's Complaint - Philip Roth
The Waste Lands (Dark Tower 3) - Stephen King
The Postman Always Rings Twice - James Cain
The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
The Origin of Others - Toni Morrison
The Water Cure - Sophie Mackintosh
Black Leopard, Red Wolf - Marlon James
They Can't Kill Us Until they Kill Us - Hanif Abdurraqib


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 Post subject: Re: 2019 50/50 Challenge - 50 Books and/or 50 Movies in One
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Hit 50!

1. Nightwing (1979) :thumbsup:
2. DreamChild (1985) :wave:
3. Second Act (2018) :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:
4. Bad Times at the El Royale (2018) :thumbsup:
5. Hell Fest (2018) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
6. Stephanie (2018) :thumbsdown:
7. Roadgames (1981) :wave:
8. The Last Laugh (2019) :thumbsdown:
9. Eye See You (2002) :wave:
10. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween (2018) :thumbsup:
11. Seeds (1968) :thumbsup:
12. Short Eyes (1977) :thumbsup:
13. Fyre (2019) :thumbsup:
14. Brides of Blood (1968) :thumbsup:
15. Guru, the Mad Monk (1970) :thumbsdown:
16. Flesh & Blood (2018) :thumbsup:
17. Night Train Murders (1975) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
18. Joy Ride (2001) :thumbsup:
19. Who Can Kill a Child? (1976) :wave:
20. Beast with a Gun (1977) :thumbsup:
21. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018) :thumbsup:
22. Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key (1972) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
23. Kin (2018) :thumbsdown:
24. Kidnapped (1998) :wave:
25. Deep Cover (1992) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
26. The Learning Tree (1969) :thumbsup:
27. Skinner (1993) :wave:
28. Philadelphia (1993) :thumbsdown:
29. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) :thumbsdown:
30. Rituals (1977) :thumbsdown:
31. Shock Corridor (1963) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
32. Carnival of Blood (1970) :wave:
33. The Fan (1982) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
34. The Devil's Honey (1986) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
35. Intruder in the Dust (1949) :wave:
36. Overlord (2018) :thumbsdown:
37. Corruption (1983) :thumbsup:
38. Last House on Dead End Street (1977) :thumbsup:
39. Vapors (1965) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
40. Red Roses of Passion (1966) :wave:
41. Fair Game (1986) :wave:
42. BlacKkKlansman (2018) :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:
43. Manhattan Baby (1982) :wave:
44. Murder Rock (1984) :wave:
45. SexWorld (1978) :thumbsup:
46. Greta (2019) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
47. Pazuzu (1975) :thumbsup:
48. Hotel Artemis (2018) :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
49. The Children (1980) :thumbsup:
50. Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1968) :thumbsup:
51. Beast of Blood (1970) :wave:

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 Post subject: Re: 2019 50/50 Challenge - 50 Books and/or 50 Movies in One
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i keep forgetting to ask but what does :wave: mean in your ratings?

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
i keep forgetting to ask but what does :wave: mean in your ratings?

it means like

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 Post subject: Re: 2019 50/50 Challenge - 50 Books and/or 50 Movies in One
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17/50 Movies

Fruitvale Station
Beautiful Boy
Mission Impossible Fallout
Venom
Ant-man and the Wasp
Sorry To Bother You
Incredibles 2
The Dark Tower
Ocean's 8
The Quick and the Dead
North by Northwest
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
BlacKKKlansman
Mildred Pierce (1945)
Bohemian Rhapsody
Friday
Molly's Game

12/50 Books

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower 1) - Stephen King
The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower 2) - Stephen King
New Orleans Stories - edited by John Miller
Portnoy's Complaint - Philip Roth
The Waste Lands (Dark Tower 3) - Stephen King
The Postman Always Rings Twice - James Cain
The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
The Origin of Others - Toni Morrison
The Water Cure - Sophie Mackintosh
Black Leopard, Red Wolf - Marlon James
They Can't Kill Us Until they Kill Us - Hanif Abdurraqib
Paradise - Toni Morrison


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12/50 Books
    Cable & Deadpool, Volume 1: If Looks Could Kill by Fabian Nicieza (GN)
    Wool Omnibus (Silo, #1) by Hugh Howey
    Wrapped-Up FoxTrot: A Treasury with the Final Daily Strips by Bill Amend
    Space Unicorn Blues by T.J. Berry
    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay by J.K. Rowling
    Breach (Cold War Magic #1) by W.L. Goodwater
    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by Steve Behling
    Hark! the Herald Angels Scream: An Anthology by Christopher Golden (Editor)
    Atomic Marriage by Curtis Sittenfeld (AB)
    The Winter of Frankie Machine by Don Winslow (AB)
    Seed by Ania Ahlborn (AB)
    Oak Avenue (Dark Corners Collection #7) by Brandi Reeds (AB)
    The Remedy (Dark Corners Collection #6) by Adam Haslett (AB)
    The Tangled Woods (Dark Corners Collection #5) by Emily Raboteau (AB)
    Miao Dao (Dark Corners Collection #4) by Joyce Carol Oates (AB)
    There's a Giant Trapdoor Spider Under Your Bed (Dark Corners Collection #3) by Edgar Cantero (AB)
    The Sleep Tight Motel (Dark Corners Collection #2) by Lisa Unger (AB)
    Hannah-Beast (Dark Corners Collection #1) by Jennifer McMahon (AB)

Frankie Machine was great, like a mob murder mystery with a wise guy enforcer in the detective role.

Oak Avenue was not a good story, and the terrible narrator did not help things. Her guy voice made it sound like the voice you'd use back in the 90's to make fun of retarded people* and it was really jarring.

The Remedy had a better narrator and was just OK right up to the end where the Remedy is realized. Bold choice.

The Tangled Woods was also pretty bad but the description of the hell that is Great Wolf Lodge was pretty spot on. Like, I could see them suing him for how close it comes to being libel. Also the main character made me think of LV for some reason.
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Poison-tongued film critic Reginald Wright is known for his creative insults and intolerance for the garbage culture, insufferable rudeness, and thoughtless racism of predictably common people.
Also the ending would have been much better if the kid had killed the guy instead of the guy committing suicide. Would have been a stronger horror story instead of a really bad Black Mirror episode.

Miao Dao I completely get what the story was trying to do and it succeeded in that (holy crap did I feel uncomfortable) but the overarching 'part of a scary story collection' was lost on me. Chekov's gun was in the beginning and so I was expecting it to go off and yup, there it is. Oh there's a spooky cat! But nope, just a cat with a weird eye affliction. I will fully grant that one of my problems I had was with the narrator. I don't know what kind of editing they did but some sentences sound like they are pieced together poorly from different takes because the delivery just changes, or there's an awkward pause between words. It was a very frustrating thing to listen to.

There's a Giant Trapdoor Spider Under Your Bed was wild. Still not 100% if it was real or just a good imagination on the kids but it was a great story.

I quite liked The Sleep Tight Motel. I figured out the twist fairly quickly as ghosts don't eat but that's OK, it was still a fun story. Well, "fun"...the guy character and some of the scenes were more than a little rapey so if that would disturb you - especially the more than a little detailed descriptions offered here - maybe head somewhere else for a lighthearted ghost story.

Hannah-Beast was all over the place for me. I liked the time jumps, but also it's not a story about a haunting - more a story about someone who suddenly (and inexplicably, if you think about the fact she's only now thinking about that night 34 years later) thinking about her childhood friend. She gets drunk and her imagination gets the better of her and she ends up killing the "ghost" she imagined. Whoops. Spoiler: it was her daughter.

21/50 Movies
    Hogfather (2006)
    Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
    Brigsby Bear (2017)
    Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
    Better Off Dead... (1985)
    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
    LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman - Rage of Atlantis (2018)
    ¡Three Amigos! (1986)
    For Your Consideration (2006)
    Bumblebee (2018)
    Sorry to Bother You (2018)
    Blood Father (2016)
    Seven Psychopaths (2012)
    Sicario (2015)
    Bronson (2008)
    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (2017)
    Christopher Robin (2018)
    Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015)
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
    Top Secret! (1984)
    How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019)

Going to see Spider-Man again this weekend. Been watching The Umbrella Academy so I haven't seen a movie. We started Robin Hood (Costner version) but had to stop halfway through so we'll probably finish it this weekend.


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bune wrote:
Wow, what brought Blast from the Past onto your radar?


Wife and daughter found it on a Roku free channel, and I remembered the movie but had never seen it.

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Are those Richard Stark books kinda like the Lew Archer books from Ross McDonald?

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blueviper wrote:
bune wrote:
Wow, what brought Blast from the Past onto your radar?


Wife and daughter found it on a Roku free channel, and I remembered the movie but had never seen it.

Ah. I'm going to put it in the queue to annoy my son with, thanks!
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Are those Richard Stark books kinda like the Lew Archer books from Ross McDonald?

Goodness no.
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A ruthless career criminal, Parker has almost no traditional redeeming qualities, aside from efficiency and professionalism. Parker is callous, meticulous, and perfectly willing to commit murder if he deems it necessary. He does, however, live by one ethical principle: he will not double-cross another professional criminal with whom he is working, unless they try to double-cross him. Should that happen, Parker will unhesitatingly undertake to exact a thorough and brutal revenge.
I'd compare him to more of a Danny Ocean in that he plans his heists to an exacting detail but that's where the comparison ends because Parker is one violent SOB when he needs to be.


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Are those Richard Stark books kinda like the Lew Archer books from Ross McDonald?

No idea. Never read any Lew Archer books.

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bune wrote:
blueviper wrote:
bune wrote:
Wow, what brought Blast from the Past onto your radar?


Wife and daughter found it on a Roku free channel, and I remembered the movie but had never seen it.

Ah. I'm going to put it in the queue to annoy my son with, thanks!
blueviper wrote:
Are those Richard Stark books kinda like the Lew Archer books from Ross McDonald?

Goodness no.
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A ruthless career criminal, Parker has almost no traditional redeeming qualities, aside from efficiency and professionalism. Parker is callous, meticulous, and perfectly willing to commit murder if he deems it necessary. He does, however, live by one ethical principle: he will not double-cross another professional criminal with whom he is working, unless they try to double-cross him. Should that happen, Parker will unhesitatingly undertake to exact a thorough and brutal revenge.
I'd compare him to more of a Danny Ocean in that he plans his heists to an exacting detail but that's where the comparison ends because Parker is one violent SOB when he needs to be.


Parker is badass.

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They could/should totally do a Parker movie. The most expensive thing would be the cast.


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17/50 Movies

Fruitvale Station
Beautiful Boy
Mission Impossible Fallout
Venom
Ant-man and the Wasp
Sorry To Bother You
Incredibles 2
The Dark Tower
Ocean's 8
The Quick and the Dead
North by Northwest
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
BlacKKKlansman
Mildred Pierce (1945)
Bohemian Rhapsody
Friday
Molly's Game

12/50 Books

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower 1) - Stephen King
The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower 2) - Stephen King
New Orleans Stories - edited by John Miller
Portnoy's Complaint - Philip Roth
The Waste Lands (Dark Tower 3) - Stephen King
The Postman Always Rings Twice - James Cain
The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
The Origin of Others - Toni Morrison
The Water Cure - Sophie Mackintosh
Black Leopard, Red Wolf - Marlon James
They Can't Kill Us Until they Kill Us - Hanif Abdurraqib
Paradise - Toni Morrison



Love the cliffhanger for The Waste Lands

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bune wrote:
They could/should totally do a Parker movie. The most expensive thing would be the cast.

They have. Point Blank with Lee Marvin and Payback with Mel Gibson are both based on the first book, The Hunter.

The Outfit, with Robert Duvall, is based on The Outfit.

The Split, with Jim Brown (yes, the football player), was based on The Seventh.

Slayground with Peter Coyote, based on Slayground.

Parker, with Jason Statham is based on Flashfire. And is the only one in which he’s actually called Parker.

I confess I’ve never seen any of these, but am dying to see Point Blank. It’s supposed to be the most faithful to the book. I wish they’d get somebody cool signed up for a whole series, like the Bond flicks/ books. But remain more faithful to the books.

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Stardog Champion wrote:
17/50 Movies

Fruitvale Station
Beautiful Boy
Mission Impossible Fallout
Venom
Ant-man and the Wasp
Sorry To Bother You
Incredibles 2
The Dark Tower
Ocean's 8
The Quick and the Dead
North by Northwest
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)
BlacKKKlansman
Mildred Pierce (1945)
Bohemian Rhapsody
Friday
Molly's Game

12/50 Books

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower 1) - Stephen King
The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower 2) - Stephen King
New Orleans Stories - edited by John Miller
Portnoy's Complaint - Philip Roth
The Waste Lands (Dark Tower 3) - Stephen King
The Postman Always Rings Twice - James Cain
The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
The Origin of Others - Toni Morrison
The Water Cure - Sophie Mackintosh
Black Leopard, Red Wolf - Marlon James
They Can't Kill Us Until they Kill Us - Hanif Abdurraqib
Paradise - Toni Morrison



Love the cliffhanger for The Waste Lands


Book 4 is my favorite.

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