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Other Media / Re: Overwatch
« Last post by Jeremy Blackman on June 30, 2018, 10:30:10 AM »
Be sure to learn Brigitte's combo:

1. Shield Bash
2. One swing
3. Whip Shot

Moira is one of my mains. Highly recommend her. One of the most adaptive heroes in the game.









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The Small Screen / Re: Strange Angel
« Last post by jenkins on June 29, 2018, 08:23:27 PM »
i don't spend private time with my roommate except when we watch tv together, and private time is essential--we had decided on watching this show together, and i already explained that it's the first three episodes i want to see, and he thought that was fine since he understood, but actually there'll be this thing with like coordinating schedules and everything, of course, it's a 47-52minuter btw, so that'll need to be worked out--within the week trial period i don't think we'd watch the whole season anyway, or at least i wouldn't binge with him is what i'm saying no offense intended--otherwise i'd be chatting about this show already.

i'm predeveloping this view point that a feature within The Lowery Touch isn't period or even time so much as atmosphere, as to say his narratives aren't confined to their sense of time so much as, of course, their dreamscape.
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Other Media / Re: Overwatch
« Last post by KJ on June 29, 2018, 02:46:29 PM »
do you have anything good on Birgitte or D.Va?

I tried Birgitte the first time last night, and was surprised by how easy she was to play. Might be fun to learn someone with a higher skill ceiling though, but idk, she seemed fun to play as well. I like playing support too. Maybe Zen? But I guess I could watch Stylosa for him. He seems to be playing him a lot. How is Moira?

I'll check those out. thanks!
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Other Media / Re: Overwatch
« Last post by Jeremy Blackman on June 29, 2018, 02:28:17 PM »
also, is there anyone else other then Stylosa who makes good Overwatch YT content? I have enjoyed his videos a lot (especially his coaching series), but would be nice to watch someone else too.

Stylosa is a good entry point to Overwatch Youtube, but in the end I don't get much from his videos anymore. His coaching videos can be great, but sometimes he does them for heroes he doesn't know. If you're interested in videos on a specific hero, I can probably link you to something good.

My go-to channels are Your Overwatch and BTC.

For coaching and analysis: Jayne and OneAmongstMany.

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Other Media / Re: Overwatch
« Last post by KJ on June 29, 2018, 02:03:25 PM »
the group search thing is amazing! makes the game way more fun.

also, is there anyone else other then Stylosa who makes good Overwatch YT content? I have enjoyed his videos a lot (especially his coaching series), but would be nice to watch someone else too.
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The Small Screen / Re: Nathan for You
« Last post by Jeremy Blackman on June 29, 2018, 10:54:36 AM »
Do post when you're done. I don't think it's the best season, but it may have some of the highest moments.
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Quentin Tarantino / Re: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
« Last post by BB on June 28, 2018, 11:58:54 PM »
Anyone else thinking this might be a horror movie? Structured like Pulp Fiction like they said, but not played especially funny. Some good buddy-buddy banter of course, but its treatment of the murders and their aftermath could be done in a Polanski-esque fashion.
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The Small Screen / Re: Nathan for You
« Last post by polkablues on June 28, 2018, 07:14:01 PM »
Season 4 is finally on Hulu! Hopefully I have time to binge it all this weekend.
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The Small Screen / Re: Assorted TV news
« Last post by jenkins on June 28, 2018, 02:06:21 PM »
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News and Theory / Re: What Films Are We Watching?
« Last post by jenkins on June 28, 2018, 02:04:03 PM »


Just Withnail and i were walking by CBS Television City, and i told him, you know, "this is where they shoot Price is Right, and James Corden's show." and then Just Withnail mentioned that James Corden was in Mike Leigh's All or Nothing, and i hadn't realized that so i about flipped out. Just Withnail said something like, "you got a movie to watch tonight!" and i'm actually not one prone to accepting suggestions from others, but because of the environment and just the right timing and everything, because All or Nothing is 1 of 2 Mike Leigh movies i own on dvd (others on blu-ray), it did so happen that i watched All or Nothing soon after and, now, true story, i'm making this post about it.

i think James Corden did a fine job acting. and--oh--the beginning of Sally Hawkins! well i'll be. it's been over ten years since i last watched All or Nothing. Lesley Manville is in it too. and Timothy Spall's gaping mouth plays a major role. maybe the first hour of this movie is flawless? it starts off so strong. i can't remember what i thought about it a decade ago, but i probably haven't watched it since that long ago because the ending doesn't quite impress me. it emphasizes narrative themes that to me were latent and unexpressed but completely present since the beginning. so to me it's like the second hour explains the first hour, and plus it's a two hour long movie. oh, now i'm being hard on it, no i didn't begin this post to be hard on All or Nothing. who portrays real normal and flawed people better than Mike Leigh? Ken Loach is perhaps his equal and they're both better than America, because of their commitment, because they don't use these types of movies as stepping stones toward a Hollywood career.
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