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2023.06.07 10:17 Greedy-Audience5201 Matthew Staffords no look pass during Super Bowl 56

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2023.06.07 08:23 ExoticProfile2 International tour will soon be announced

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2023.06.07 02:03 Stevedaveken SF/IDP Salary Cap League - Push all in, or be patient one more year?

SF/IDP Salary Cap League - Push all in, or be patient one more year?
I have plenty of salary cap cash in hand, and 4 1sts, 2 2nds, 3 3rds, and 3 4ths over the next two years - do I push all in and trade away those draft picks for aging stars or continue the process one more year?
Team has finished 1st, 6th, 3rd last 3 years.
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2023.06.07 01:43 PrestigiousCar5812 Matthew Staffords no look pass during Super Bowl 56

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2023.06.06 23:36 NemesisRouge Rewatched the first 7 recently, boy were they different to how I remember them. Thoughts on each

First of all this series should clearly be binge watched. I don't know how the hell you were ever supposed to be able to keep up with this with a year between each installment, especially before streaming. Was this a plot to get DVD sales up?
Saw - I loved this when I first saw it, but it was nowhere near as good as I remember it. The acting is horrible. I know the guy wasn't an actor, he was a screenwriter, it shows, the camerawork is just an assault on the senses. Michael Emerson is good and it has a great twist but there's very little else going for it. I really don't know what I saw in it.
Edit - So on reflection, given the budget, it was great, it was a proof of concept. I suppose the difference is when I first watched it I thought it was great without qualifiers.
Saw II - This was great. It's the only film in the series where Tobin Bell has a real starring role, and he absolutely nails it. It's got a wicked sense of humour "Your mother gets custody, I get to take you into custody", the voicemail message on Daniel's phone, "needle in a haystack". The twist of it all taking place hours ago is brilliant. I remembered this one being great at the time.
Saw III - This was another one that wasn't as good as I remembered it. The guy in the trap is a fucking moron, negligient to the point you want to see him killed, it's far too long, there's the extended brain surgery scene - who on earth was this for? The traps being inescapable made sense at the end, but watching it it was just frustrating. "You're not jigsaw bitch" was an awful line, I don't know why they decided to repeat it 40 times. Kramer was in this a lot more than I, but he was semi conscious for most of it. Killing Kramer was fucking ballsy.
Saw IV - This was one that was far better than I remember it being, maybe because when I first watched it I didn't have a clue what was going on. It was, surprisingly, far better knowing what's happening and who the bad guys are and watching it unfold than trying to figure it out. The kill on Matthews and the reveal of Hoffman are magnificent.
Saw V - This is great, the origins of Kramer meeting Hoffman and roping him in, the way he's got to blackmail him into it is good, they don't just make Hoffman a true believer in Kramer's philosophy - which is flat out insane and treated appropriately throughout most of the series. Strahm's escape from the drowning box is ingenious. I really liked the trap house plot, it was pretty obvious they needed to work together but I found it believable that they would not, especially given why they were there. The ending is brilliant.
Saw VI - At this point I thought the series was running out of steam a bit, especially with Jigsaw's philosophy, it felt like we'd heard all we needed to about it, and I guess that was the point when they were writing it. The Carousel trap was superb. It did annoy me a lot that the entire police department are apparently onto Hoffman, Perez says "everyone" knows about him but they're just walking around like there's nothing going on, and bring him into the evidence room. That was probably the worst writing decision in the series to date.
It very much feels like an end to the series - Kramer had set up one last trap to get the insurance guy who wronged him, he set up the death of his apprentice who had fucked him and Amanda over, you're about to see the reverse bear trap go off, montage of all the key events in the series and.... psych! He's got out of it! Come back next year!
It would have been a great ending to the series if Hoffman had gone there and then. I assume this was originally written as the last one then they tacked on a sequel hook.
Saw VII 3D - The Final Chapter - This is a really big misstep. They bring in some new cops who are extremely annoying, Jigsaw apparently engineered a whole other series of traps before his death to get the faker, all of which involve torturing other women.
Jigsaw's insane philosophy of putting people through torture traps so they worship him, which has heretofore converted one person, a desperate, guilt ridden addict, is shown to actually be a near complete success, with Dr. Gordon and at least two others deciding "Yep, this guy has the right idea!". Gordon waits until after Hoffman has killed Jill before he intervenes. Tobin Bell is in it for 1 scene dressed like a member of Limp Bizkit, maybe because they couldn't find anywhere else to shoehorn flashbacks of him in.
The only bit of this I really liked was the little montage just before Jill dies.
From what I remember I quite liked Jigsaw (2017), but maybe I'll rewatch that and realise it was terrible all along.
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2023.06.06 23:16 HD-MOVIE-SOURCE FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF Debuts On 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray August 1st

FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF Debuts On 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray August 1st

Ferris Bueller's Day Off 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Announcement!

June 5th is Ferris Bueller Day and to mark this momentous event we are…taking the day off.
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But not before announcing that fans can experience FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF in all of its brilliant glory when it arrives for the first time on 4K Ultra HD digital and disc August 1, 2023 from Paramount Home Entertainment.
Writedirector John Hughes’ seminal comedy about a high school student’s wild adventures in the Windy City during a single, magnificent day off continues to be enjoyed, quoted, and revered. The enduring classic captures the uproarious antics of Ferris and his friends as they relish the freedom of being not quite grown up.
This remastered 4K Ultra HD release features Dolby Vision™ and HDR-10, as well as Dolby Atmos® audio for a wonderfully immersive and liberating experience*. The release also includes John Hughes’ original director’s commentary, which has not been available on disc since the first DVD release in 1999, along with access to a digital copy of the film and the following legacy bonus content:
  • Commentary with Director John Hughes
  • Getting the Class Together: The Cast of Ferris Bueller's Day Off
  • The Making of Ferris Bueller's Day Off
  • Who is Ferris Bueller?
  • The World According to Ben Stein
  • Vintage Ferris Bueller: The Lost Tapes
Matthew Broderick stars as the delightfully charming Ferris who, with his girlfriend Sloane (Mia Sara) and best bud Cameron (Alan Ruck), ditches school to enjoy one perfect day as a kid with no responsibilities. In 2014, FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF was added to the Library of Congress’ National Film Registry, which serves as a compendium of films that have been judged to be culturally, aesthetically or historically important.
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2023.06.06 22:56 Dxnes_L Matthew Staffords no look pass during Super Bowl 56

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2023.06.06 21:48 Crazy-Penguin What's the new "Matthew Stafford and Clayton Kershaw were childhood friends" for the Lions?

Basically what's the new thing that announcers mention way too much during Lions games now that Stafford is gone? I feel like we hear that John Brown was Mr. Universe a lot.
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2023.06.06 21:11 autobuzzfeedbot 20 Actors Who Were So Beloved Voicing Characters, They Were Then Cast In The Live-Action Adaptations

  1. First, Katee Sackhoff voiced Bo-Katan in Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, so when it came time to cast the character for The Mandalorian, Katee was offered the role.
  2. Matt Lanter voiced Anakin Skywalker in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Tales of the Jedi, and more. He made a cameo in The Mandalorian during Season 1 when he played Lant Davan, a New Republic soldier.
  3. Ming-Na Wen, who voiced Mulan in the original animated film, appeared as an "esteemed guest" who introduced Mulan to the emperor in the live-action remake of Mulan.
  4. Paige O'Hara, who voiced and did the singing for Belle in Disney's animated Beauty and the Beast, made an appearance in Beauty and the Beast: A 30th Celebration. She played the woman who owned the bookshop and gifted Belle her favorite book.
  5. Jodi Benson voiced and did the singing for Ariel in the 1989 Disney movie The Little Mermaid. In the recent live-action film, she can be seen giving Ariel a fork during the market place scene — a literal passing of the baton.
  6. James Earl Jones lent his iconic voice to The Lion King when he portrayed Mufasa. His performance was so iconic that when Disney made the live-action version in 2019, James was brought back to play Mufasa once again.
  7. Jean Vander Pyl, who voiced Wilma in the original The Flintstones animated series, made an appearance in the 1994 live-action movie. She played Mrs. Feldspar, Fred's former teacher who attends his surprise party.
  8. Troy Baker, who voiced and did the motion capture for Joel in The Last of Us video games, can be seen in Episode 8 as James, David's right-hand man and the one Ellie brutally stabs while escaping David's compound.
  9. Ashley Johnson, who voiced and did the motion capture for Ellie in The Last of Us video games, played Ellie's mom Anna in the Season 1 finale.
  10. Merle Dandridge voiced and did the motion capture for Marlene in The Last of Us Part I video game, so when it came time to cast the character for the TV series, Merle was offered the role.
  11. Jeffrey Pierce, who voiced and did the motion capture for Tommy in The Last of Us video games, was brought in to play Perry, Kathleen's right-hand man in Kansas City, in The Last of Us TV show.
  12. In The Last of Us Episode 9, Laura Bailey, who is known for playing Abby in The Last of Us Part II video game, was hidden as a nurse in the hospital room where Ellie is almost operated on.
  13. Kevin Conroy voiced Batman in various animated projects starting with the beloved Batman: The Animated Series. He appeared as Bruce Wayne/Batman from another Earth in an episode of Batwoman, as part of the massive Arrowverse crossover event "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
  14. Ikue Ōtani, who is best known for voicing Pikachu in various Pokémon films, shows, and video games, actually voiced Det. Pikachu in the movie Detective Pikachu. Her voice can be heard as Pikachu's "normal voice," aka what the citizens of Ryme City hear besides Tim, who hears Pikachu as voiced by Ryan Reynolds.
  15. Nolan North, who voiced and did the motion capture for Nathan Drake in the Uncharted video games, made a cameo in the live-action movie starring Tom Holland. He can be seen as a hotel guest sitting on a beach, who talks to Nate and Chloe after they wash up on shore.
  16. Tara Strong voices Harley Quinn in various animated shows, movies, and video games, so when it came time to make a nod to the character in a Suicide Squad episode of The CW's Arrow, Tara provided the voice. She was credited as "Deranged Squad Female."
  17. Jim Cummings has provided the voices for Winnie the Pooh and Tigger since the late '80s, so when Disney brought the characters to life in the live-action Christopher Robin, Jim was naturally asked to do their voices.
  18. Ashley Eckstein, who voiced Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Tales of the Jedi, various video games, and more made a quick voice cameo in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. She can be heard reprising the role of Ahsoka when Rey hears various past Jedi.
  19. Christopher Britton, who voiced Soichiro Yagami in the English dub of the anime series Death Note, made a cameo in the 2017 Netflix live-action movie as Aaron Peltz, one of Light's victims.
  20. And finally, in a reverse of the previous examples, Matthew Lillard, who notably played Shaggy in both live-action Scooby Doo movies, was asked to voice Shaggy in various animated films and shows after Casey Kasem retired from the role before his death.
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2023.06.06 21:00 chanma50 'The Flash' Review Thread

I will continue to update this post as reviews come in.
Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Consensus: While it plays too much like a sizzle reel of DC's greatest hits to fully stand on its own two feet, The Flash has enough heart and zip to maintain a confident stride.
Score Number of Reviews Average Rating
All Critics 72% 71 6.50/10
Top Critics 50% 16 5.70/10
Metacritic: 60 (28 Reviews)
Sample Reviews:
In The Flash, the multiverse of possibilities that opens up by toying with the past becomes an excuse to throw everything but the Batcave sink at the audience. - Owen Gleiberman, Variety
If The Flash ultimately proves uneven, its wobbly climactic showdown far less interesting than the more character-driven buildup, the story’s core of a young man struggling to reconcile with the loss of his mother carries it through. - David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
A movie that spends all its time racing from one poorly-thought out story element to another, from one only modestly satisfying nostalgia shout-out to another, and with only questionable results. How fitting, yet how disappointing: The Flash has the runs. - William Bibbiani, TheWrap
Worth the hype, though trying to do so much also leads to a head-scratching kitchen-sink climax. 3/4 - Brian Truitt, USA Today
It’s a pitiful disservice to itself, turning a relatively fun, if rocky, movie into nothing but another product designed as a carousel where you can point at things and people you recognize. 2/5 - Trace Sauveur, Austin Chronicle
Despite some diverting touches, Miller’s smirking, gurning, mugging doppelganger performance is a trial and in any case gets lost in the inevitable third-act CGI battle apocalypse. 2/5 - Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
A morally specious movie that’s mostly about reflogging the cultural canon of an entertainment conglomerate. 2/5 - Kevin Maher, Times (UK)
This is one of the best superhero movies of the 21st century so far. Just sit back and enjoy the flashes of greatness. 4/5 - Charlotte O'Sullivan, London Evening Standard
The Flash, much like Barry himself, has been stranded with no real sense of history, and no real sense of the future, either. It does the best it can. 3/5 - Clarisse Loughrey, Independent (UK)
It's well-trod territory at this point, even for a speedster. C+ - Christian Holub, Entertainment Weekly
The Flash is, by far, the best movie to come out of this modern, post-Nolan Warners/DC collaboration... - David Fear, Rolling Stone
Taken on its own merits, Andy Muschietti’s film has lots to offer, and frequently shows flashes (apologies) of brilliance that set it a cut above most of its existing DC Universe brethren. B- - Kate Erbland, indieWire
Nothing Batman or Supergirl do in The Flash to save the world is more effective than what Barry Allen does to save it with a hug and a can of tomatoes. 2.5/4 - Justin Clark, Slant Magazine
It’s sometimes buried under layers and layers of storytelling knots that the film never fully untangles, but the fun is there, and when the film is really working, that turns out to be enough. B- - Matthew Jackson, AV Club
Maybe nerd culture was a mistake. - Alonso Duralde, The Film Verdict
Michael Keaton’s Batman return saves this movie. 6/10 - Matt Singer, ScreenCrush
Worlds collide in “The Flash” when Barry uses his superpowers to travel back in time in order to change the events of the past. But when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, Barry becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned, threatening annihilation, and there are no Super Heroes to turn to. That is, unless Barry can coax a very different Batman out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian… albeit not the one he’s looking for. Ultimately, to save the world that he is in and return to the future that he knows, Barry’s only hope is to race for his life. But will making the ultimate sacrifice be enough to reset the universe?
DIRECTED BY: Andy Muschietti
PRODUCED BY: Barbara Muschietti, Michael Disco
SCREENPLAY BY: Christina Hodson
SCREEN STORY BY: John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein, Joby Harold
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Toby Emmerich, Walter Hamada, Galen Vaisman, Marianne Jenkins
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Paul Denham Austerberry
EDITED BY: Jason Ballantine, Paul Machliss
MUSIC BY: Benjamin Wallfisch
RUNTIME: 144 Minutes
RELEASE DATE: June 16, 2023
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2023.06.06 16:40 autobuzzfeedbot 17 Wild And Interesting Stories From "Normal" People Who Dated Celebs

  1. "When The Simple Life with Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie was popular, I made out with Paris at a night club in Baltimore. Essentially, they were filming them doing all sorts of random jobs around the country and staying with local families all for the culture clash laughs. One of those families ended up being my friend and her family. Being a close friend and a well-known admirer of Paris at the time, I was invited over and got to hang with her a good amount while they were in town. Both of them were super sweet, and a lot smarter than they played for the camera. Paris was a great kisser, and this story is always a hit with my friends."
  2. "My mom dated Keanu Reeves back in high school. She broke up with him because he was too focused on his band with his friends at the time."
  3. "I worked with a guy who claimed that he dated Meryl Streep in high school. We all laughed at him until he brought in his yearbook and showed us their prom picture."
  4. "My friend's aunt went on a blind date with Gerard Butler, circa 300 (the movie, not the year). There was a big miscommunication, because he was looking for a hookup, and she's a kindly French Canadian woman in her 50s, but they both had a laugh about it and enjoyed supper with each other."
  5. "My friend dated Dax Shepard in college. She said he's super nice and genuinely funny. [She said,] 'Just a good-hearted man.' She said he didn't really express much interest in comedy or acting at the time (or ever really), so she was surprised that's what he ended up doing."
  6. "A girl I worked with dated Jake Bongiovi before he started [his relationship] with Millie Bobby Brown! She had nothing but positive things to say about him and his family."
  7. "Not a romantic date in the least, but I had dinner once at a Japanese restaurant (in a group setting) with Leonardo DiCaprio while he was in Louisiana filming Django Unchained. He wanted to know what college was like and was asking us all about our lives. He also let me try his udon. It was my first ever Instagram post!"
  8. "My aunt dated Matthew McConaughey before he was famous. He ended up getting invited to her wedding to my 'normal' uncle, and proceeded to pass out drunk in the back of my family's car. He refused to leave, and now my dad refuses to watch his movies!"
  9. "Charlize Theron flirted with me when I was an extra in her first movie. She was a 'nobody' and had a really small role. Then her makeup [artist] or assistant told me I was lucky. I was shy and backed away because it was odd having a girl hit on me so hard."
  10. "My husband's grandfather took Bette Davis to the prom."
  11. "My aunt went on a date with Jimmy Buffett. She said he picked her up, stopped at a gas station, bought a jar of pickles, and then drove to the beach. They ate pickles, and he took her home."
  12. "A few years ago, I was getting on a flight back to San Diego after my cousin's wedding. I was very hungover and judging people as I walked to my gate. I saw this long-haired man stride by me and thought, 'Who's this?' As he walked by, I realized that's Fabio! A bit later after getting a snack, my brazen and probably still drunk self saw him sitting at his gate and just sat down next to him. ... We proceeded to talk for 30 minutes until he had to leave. He was so intelligent! We discussed cancer therapies in depth, and I recall thinking, 'Fabio is way smarter than you. Just nod and smile.' Before leaving, he asked for my number and texted me the next day for a date."
  13. "My mom had a dinner date with George Clooney in the '90s. She didn't really say much, apart from the fact that he's an interesting and charismatic guy, but she honestly didn't think he was going to blow up."
  14. "A teacher of mine dated Rainn Wilson for three months. She said he was a funny and kind man. They also went to Mexico together. When I asked what they did, she replied, 'What happens in Mexico, stays in Mexico.'"
  15. "My aunt dated Weird Al Yankovic when she was in her mid 20s. I wasn't alive back then, but my family tells me he was a genuinely funny person in a way you wouldn't expect."
  16. "My uncle is a ski instructor in Northern California and had a coffee date with Pink."
  17. And finally: "I dated Flux Pavilion for seven years. It was great, so we got married in January [2019]. I enjoy my own company, so the touring isn't really a problem."
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2023.06.06 16:36 CP4-Throwaway Reasons why _ borns are definitely Generation _ By Life Stages: Analysis (Series #5: Reasons why 1998 borns are definitely Millennials)

Reasons why _ borns are definitely Generation _ By Life Stages: Analysis (Series #5: Reasons why 1998 borns are definitely Millennials)

Reasons why 1998 borns are definitely Millennials

Life stages (these are not objective life stages but just what's going to be used for this analysis):
0-4 = Unconscious child
4-10 = Conscious child
10-18 = Adolescent (child by legality)
18-34 = Young adult
34-50 = Average adult (not needed since this cohort will not reach that stage until 2032)
Life Stage #1: Unconscious child = c. 1998-2002
They were born during the baby bust birthrate drop during the mid-late 90s. They were also born in the midst of the Clinton administration, along with the Monica Lewinsky scandal, right in the middle of the DotCom Bubble internet boom, during the peak of the 90s prosperity and optimism that the US experienced. They were born during what many would call "the peak of human civilization". They didn't become conscious until George W. Bush was in office and 9/11 had already happened, as well as the War On Terror commencing.
Their unconscious childhood years took place at the turn of the millennium, during the final days of the post-Cold War "End of History" prosperous atmosphere in the United States, along with the launches of the Gameboy Color (1998), and Windows 98 came out the year this cohort was born. The 5th generation of gaming was still the priority as the N64 & PS1 were at its peak, but it was the beginning of the transition into the 6th generation of gaming as the Sega Dreamcast came out (1999 US release, 1998 in Japan), followed by the PlayStation 2 (2000), Nintendo GameCube, Gameboy Advance (2001). Not to mention that Sega dropped out of the console race and Microsoft entered the console race and debuted with the XBOX the same year (2001). Michael Jackson released his final album Invincible (2001). Shows like Dawson's Creek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and Friends were the most popular shows during this timespan, right after Seinfeld had ended the year they were born and the Simpsons also started to suck then too. In the scale of current events, their unconscious childhood took place during the impeachment of President Clinton (1999), Columbine shooting (1999), optimism/hype for the new millennium, Y2K scare (1999), colloquial turn of the millennium and its respective celebrations (1999-2000), the Bush v. Gore election (2000), the actual turn of the millennium (2000-2001), the inauguration of GWB (2001), the September 11th attacks (2001), Anthrax scare (2001), Afghanistan War and beginning of the War on Terror (2001), TSA & Patriot Act (2001), No Child Left Behind Act (2001), the introduction of the Euro, DC Sniper shootings (2002), Iraq War WMD rumors (2002), and Department of Homeland Security formation (2002). This is a pretty Millennial time to be born, contrary to popular belief.
Age 0 - 1998/1999
Age 1 - 1999/2000
Age 2 - 2000/2001
Age 3 - 2001/2002
Age 4 - 2002
Life stage #2: Conscious child = c. 2002-2008
They were a conscious child during the Aughts. They became conscious during the post-9/11 pessimistic atmosphere and national patriotism being at an all-time high. Their first vivid memory probably involved something related to WMDs or international affairs in the Middle East in general, or probably watching either Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network or some kids-related program, whether it was Rugrats, Spongebob, Fairly Oddparents, Arthur, Lizzie McGuire, Powerpuff Girls, etc.
They were children during a not so good time in America, let alone the whole world. 9/11 had just happened, and because of that, it caused a huge lockdown on airport security, and it's been that way ever since. Events that happened were the establishment of DHS, DC Sniper attacks (2002), Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, DVD overtaking VHS and becoming the hottest attraction, the birth of social media with MySpace and Facebook (and arguably Friendster), 2004 election, Web 1.0 becoming Web 2.0 (2004), Hurricane Katrina (2005), 7/7 London bombings (2005), Pluto no longer being a planet (2006), Housing bubble burst (2006ish), introduction of Blu-Ray (2006ish), HD-DVD (2006-2008), the commercial death of VHS (2006 officially, 2008 unofficially), the iPhone launch (2007), CRTs being overtaken by HDTVs (2007), and none other than the Great Recession (2007-2009) and Obama v. McCain election (2008).
They were also children during the Yu-Gi-Oh! fandom era and the dying days of Pokemon's golden era, as well as the Silver and Bronze ages of Nickelodeon, the golden and silver ages of Cartoon Network (Powerhouse era, followed by the CN City and Fall eras), and the peak of Disney Channel (golden age of DCOMs, peak of Pixar, peak of live action sitcoms). They probably could've went with their parents to see movies like the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Daddy Day Care, The Cat in the Hat, Austin Powers, Are We There Yet?, Cars, etc. They were probably busy on their XBOX playing Halo, GameCube playing Super Smash Bros. Melee, or their PS2 playing GTA San Andreas. Speaking of video games, this was the prime 6th generation of video game consoles, as well as the early days of the 7th generation of video games, thanks to the releases of the Nintendo DS (2004), PSP (2005), Xbox 360 (2005), PlayStation 3 and Wii (2006).
Their childhood would be dominated by the rise of reality TV, thanks to shows like Survivor, The Osbournes, The Simple Life, Pimp My Ride, MTV Cribs, Punk'd, Keeping it Up with the Kardashians, etc. On a side note, in terms of kid shows, they would've been old enough to catch reruns of The Amanda Show and Even Stevens, but young enough for iCarly and Hannah Montana. Perfect age for Drake & Josh and Zoey 101. If they were watching the NBA, they would've witnessed the rise of the 2003 draft class (Lebron, DWade, Carmelo) and the primes of Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant. If they were watching pro-wrestling, would've caught the entire Ruthless Aggression era, and if they watched the NFL, witnessed the Patriots dynasty at work. They would've been some of the last to remember a world before social media and broadband internet. This childhood experience screams Millennial, but specifically second-wave Millennial, a.k.a. "Echo Buster" or "Zillennial".
Age 4 - 2002/2003
Age 5 - 2003/2004
Age 6 - 2004/2005
Age 7 - 2005/2006
Age 8 - 2006/2007
Age 9 - 2007/2008
Age 10 - 2008
Life stage #3: Adolescent = c. 2008-2016
Their adolescence began during the return of pop music being at the forefront of the mainstream music, thanks to the "electropop" club boom, with the likes of Katy Perry and Lady Gaga leading it. They would've caught the dying days of rock's relevance in the mainstream and emo being relevant. Later on in their adolescence, other musical genres like dubstep, EDM, indie pop, Chicago drill, trap/mumble rap, etc. would dominate. The internet had fully taken over at this point, and technology was at a massive transition at this time. Dial-up internet became fully replaced by broadband, fast-speed internet. Web 2.0 became the norm, social media was officially the norm now with MySpace's dominance, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Vine, Instagram, and Snapchat, most households acquired flat screen HDTVs and gradually got rid of all their CRTs, digital tech would fully replace analog tech, VHS would completely die, Blu-ray peaked during this time and DVDs were still very relevant. This would be the last era of dominance for cable television before streaming would take over. Blockbuster would go out of business thanks to the popularity of Netflix.
On the current event scale, their adolescence began with the 2008 financial collapse (killing off the era of ultra-consumerism and McMansions), a black president taking office, 2007-08 Writers Guild of America strike, H1N1 crisis, death of Michael Jackson (2009), Affordable Care Act (2010), death of Osama Bin Laden, Occupy Wall Street, and end of Iraq War (2011), death of fellow 1995 cohort Trayvon Martin (2012) which launched the BLM movement (2013), KONY 2012, Aurora shootings, Hurricane Sandy, and the Sandy Hook shootings (2012), Mayan predictions of the 2012 apocalypse, the Crimean annexation (2013-2014), ISIS (2014), Ferguson riots (2014-2015), legalization of gay marriage in all 50 states (2015), Trump announcing his run for office (2015), Paris attacks (2015), Brexit (2016), and the Trump v. Clinton election (2016).
They grew up during the era of John Cena, Kanye West, Rihanna, Drake, Justin Bieber, Soulja Boy, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Jonas Brothers, Randy Orton, Batista, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Big Time Rush, One Direction, Lorde, etc. Their "coming of age" films probably would've been Easy A, Prom, 21 & 22 Jump Street, The Duff, and the Edge of Seventeen, and especially Diary of a Wimpy Kid would be the best representation of their middle school years in the late 00s-early 10s, as well as the "coming of age" shows like Degrassi, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Glee, 16 & Pregnant, Shameless, Gossip Girl, Pretty Little Liars, iCarly, Victorious, etc.
They would've still been old enough to experience COD during its peak from 2009-2013, and would be old enough to be in those Modern Warfare 2 lobbies on Xbox 360 (if you know, you know), as well as being relatively young enough to play some Minecraft in its early stages. They were the prime age of teenagers playing GTA V. Speaking of gaming, they would've been adolescents during the late 7th and early 8th generations of gaming, as gaming started to decline in quality as time went on. This adolescent experience is still pretty Millennial, to be honest.
Age 10 - 2008/2009
Age 11 - 2009/2010
Age 12 - 2010/2011
Age 13 - 2011/2012
Age 14 - 2012/2013
Age 15 - 2013/2014
Age 16 - 2014/2015
Age 17 - 2015/2016
Age 18 - 2016
Life stage #4: Young adulthood = c. 2016-present
Their young adulthood was very radical, socially speaking. Their young adulthood would witness many social movements like a huge uptick in third wave feminism and women right's movements, #MeToo, a radicalization in political beliefs as things get wackier (think of Matt Walsh's "What is a Woman" for an example, pronouns, men participating in female sports, and woke culture in general), and of course cancel culture being a thing. This was the peak of polarization and everyday people became more divided then ever. Their young adulthood conveniently commenced around the time of the 2016 presidential election, being the youngest members to vote in that election. The Trump administration in itself was very interesting to witness as a young adult. Mass shootings increased with Isla Vista, Orlando nightclub, Las Vegas, and Parkland to name a few. Climate change started to become talked about as a problem or major issue by many political figures and talking heads. Trump would become impeached twice, which was never seen before in a presidency. Their young adulthoods would get even crazier as the Covid pandemic came about, with the threat of WW3, Kobe Bryant dying, BLM at its peak with the death of George Floyd, the infamous 2020 election, vaccine rollout, polarization increasing, Russia-Ukraine wars, death of Queen Elizabeth and coronation of King Charles, rise of AI with the launch of ChatGPT, popularity of NFTs and the rise of the "Metaverse", an incoming recession thanks to the Silicon Valley Bank going bankrupt and the rise of Central Bank Digital Currency with the FedNow releasing in July 2023, etc. And their young adulthood is still ongoing, being that they are currently 24-25 years old.
Since they are still young adults, they are in their "core prominence" and their main influence/impact in the realm of pop culture. Many musical genres like tropical house, EDM, trap, mumble rap, Soundcloud rap, emo rap, melodic rap, drill, bedroom pop, retro pop, and many more, emerged during this time period. Shows like The Middle, Modern Family, The Goldbergs, Empire, Power, Better Call Saul, Game of Thrones, Cobra Kai, Stranger Things, Riverdale, etc., were/are pretty popular shows and/or cultural powerhouses of entertainment, followed by the MCU. Most of this cohort are still prolonging to have kids but more of them are starting to get married and have kids, so eventually there will be an uptick of them raising families, however, not anytime soon.
Age 18 - 2016/2017
Age 19 - 2017/2018
Age 20 - 2018/2019
Age 21 - 2019/2020
Age 22 - 2020/2021
Age 23 - 2021/2022
Age 24 - 2022/2023 (currently)
Age 25 - 2023 (currently)
Good representations of the 1998 cohort:
Shawn Mendes
Brent Rivera
Juice WRLD
Peyton List
Tana Mongeau
Rudy Pankow
Ryan Trahan
Kylian Mbappé
Jaden Smith
Bretman Rock
Jack Harlow
Chloe Bailey
Thomas Petrou
China Anne McClain
Conan Gray
Chandler Hallow
Andre Swiley
Peyton Meyer
Maya Hawke
Paris Berelc
Sofia Richie
Niko Omilana
Tanner Buchanan
Roddy Ricch
Aaron Carpenter
Zachary Gordon
Ryan Capron
Coco Jones
Damar Hamlin
Elle Fanning
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2023.06.06 09:34 ManyVast_Rivers6417 Two Movie Recommendations that are similar to Season 1

  1. Paradise Lost
The original documentary about the West Memphis Three, it is a grim gritty, and obviously very real film. It is very difficult to watch, as it deals directly with the horrific murders of three young boys, and shows actual crime scene footage and photos. It is also very southern, and the religious attitudes of the people show through, just like in True Detective. If you are further interested in the case I recommend Devil's Knott by Mara Leveritt, which looks at the case from every angle.
  1. Dead Man Walking
This film is based on the experiences of Sister Helen Prejean, counseling inmates on Louisiana's Death Row. Prejean is played by Susan Sarandon, and the inmate in the film is played by Sean Penn, in what are two of their best performances. Penn's character is the fictional Matthew Poncelet, a violent Neo Nazi inmate, convicted of a horrible crime. The film covers much of the same philosophical ground as True Detective albeit in a different way, and with different ideas.
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To many, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is the biggest entertainment release of 2023. The film brings together the world's most prolific video game franchise with one of its most prolific animation studios in Illumination. Factor in the involvement of Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto as a producer and an all-star cast of A-list voice talent, and this movie has all the makings of Hollywood's next animated blockbuster. Read our review of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse for more.

It's almost baffling how it's taken this long to get a proper animated film adaptation of The Super Mario Bros. series, which is easily one of the most, if not the most, well-known and beloved video game franchises of all time. For over four decades, Nintendo's titular Italian plumber and face of the company has been entertaining gamers, appearing in over two-hundred different games since Mario's debut in 1981. Mario and his brother Luigi also have a history in the world of filmmaking, though not precisely for the same prestigious reasons. One of the most bizarre adaptations in motion picture history, Super Mario Bros. (1993), starring Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as Mario and Luigi (neither of which are Italian), didn't come even close to delivering the iconic style and tone of the original games, instead opting for a flashy dinosaur-themed sci-fi box office bomb.

Despite a strange first attempt, the Super Mario Bros. IP is still ripe for a cinematic adaptation. Thankfully, we’re finally getting that with the aptly named Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Coming from Illumination Animation, otherwise known as the studio behind The Secret Life of Pets, Despicable Me, and Sing franchises, early looks at the film already tease a visually faithful adaption that will thrust fans and audiences into the Mushroom Kingdom like never before. Given the huge intergenerational popularity of the series, the film is practically guaranteed to be a massive win for Universal Pictures and Illumination. Those chances are even further improved with Universal Studios' long-awaited Super Nintendo World set to open mere months before the film's release.

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Illumination's Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has arrived in theaters today, but are you able to watch the animated film online? Here’s everything we know about how, when, and where you can watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse:

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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is now in theaters everywhere. To find when and where you can watch the movie near you. The Super Mario Bros Movies streaming online reddit will be exclusively available in cinemas from April 5, 2023.

It was originally set for release on April 7, but Universal moved it forward so it could hit more than 60 markets on the same day. For audiences in Japan, it’ll arrive in theaters on April 28.

It will not be available on any streaming platform, nor will it be available to rent or buy via any digital or VOD service such as Peacock.

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As of now, the only way to watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is to head out to a movie theater when it releases on Friday, April 7. You can find a local showing on Fandango.

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Otherwise, you’ll just have to wait for it to become available to rent or purchase on digital platforms like Amazon, Vudu, YouTube and Apple, or become available to stream on Prime Video.

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If you’re wondering if you can stream Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse online at home, it’s not currently an option. At the moment, the only way to watch the video game-inspired film is by heading over to your local movie theater and purchasing a ticket.

That said, there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to stream Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse in the near future. It’s important to note that it was distributed by Universal Pictures, which was involved in other releases like Megan and Knock at the Cabin that eventually landed on Peacock. So, there’s a high possibility that Universal Pictures will also bring Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse to the NBC streaming platform.

In the meantime, you’ll just want to make sure you have access to Peacock’s library of movies and shows. If you don’t have a subscription yet, you can sign up for a plan starting at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year for the premium option. Once you have a login, you can access the app on your smart TV, head over to the Peacock site on your laptop, or watch on your phone.

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There's been no official announcement regarding Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse's streaming release. However, given it's a Universal film, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will eventually be released on Peacock rather than Netflix, HBO Max, or Disney+.\

As for a potential release date, we know the Universal-Peacock deal requires movies to be released on streaming no later than four months after their theatrical debuts. Universal's past two movies to hit Peacock — Knock at the Cabin and M3GAN — were added to the service 49 days after their debuts. This, theoretically, puts Mario's streaming release date as early as May 24 and as late as August 5.

Is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Streaming On Prime Video?
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse may be streaming on Prime Video soon thanks to a placeholder release date for May 9 on Amazon's video streaming service.

The movie's PVOD page was spotted by Resetera user ContractHolder, noting that it's been marked as "Early Access," which means it may start streaming on Prime Video one month after the start of its theatrical run. When you preorder Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on the service, you may see May 9, 2023 as the placeholder date. It's expected to come out on PVOD on that date, but that may be subject to change.

"Usually Universal only rushes their films to PVOD if it has under a $50 million opening weekend," ContractHolder explained in the post. "That's probably not going to happen for the Mario movie, but the marker has specifically been used for movies going to PVOD early in their theater run. So keep in mind that there's a chance home viewings for the Mario movie could happen quickly."

Is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Streaming On Peacock?
Some fans may believe either Disney+ or HBO Max will host The Super Mario Bros., but that will not be the case. Instead, you’ll find the movie on Peacock. Not right away, though. The animated feature will be in theaters for a number of weeks before landing on the streaming service. How long, exactly? We’re not sure, but we’ll be updating you as soon as we do.

Do you have a Peacock subscription? This is a great time to join! Peacock has recently made some sweet upgrades and content additions, you don’t want to miss out.

Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be On HBO Max?
No, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is not on HBO Max since it’s not a Warner Bros. movie. Last year, the company released its films in theaters and on the streamer on the same day. However, they now allow a 45-day window between the theatrical release and the streaming release.

While we don't yet have a confirmed streaming release date for The Super Mario Bros Movies streaming online reddit, we can look at other Universal releases in 2023 to get a sense of when it might be available to watch at home.

Will Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Be On Netflix?
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A similar timeline would put the rental release date for The Super Mario Bros Movies streaming online reddit in the UK in early May, but it'll then be another month or two until you can buy and own a copy of the movie.

When Will Super Mario Bros Movies Be On Disney+?
While a streaming release date for The Super Mario Bros has not yet been announced, Disney typically sends their movies to Disney+ around 45 days after the theatrical release — and more specifically, on the Friday after that mark. With this strategy, we could be watching Avatar: The Way of Water from the comfort of our homes by early April 2023.

Is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Available On Hulu?
Viewers are saying that they want to view the new animation movie Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse on Hulu. Unfortunately, this is not possible since Hulu currently does not offer any of the free episodes of this series streaming at this time. It will be exclusive to the MTV channel, which you get by subscribing to cable or satellite TV services. You will not be able to watch it on Hulu or any other free streaming service.

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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was written by Matthew Fogel and directed by Aaron Horvath & Michael Jelenic. It stars the following actors:
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2023.06.05 17:32 TheThunderBrain Episode 13 - AMERICAN SNIPER (2014) w/guest Thomas Greene Red Rose Film Club is a leftist film podcast for you and your comrades!

In this episode, the first of a three-episode series examining the later career films of Clint Eastwood, Hal and Craig invite Thomas Greene to discuss Eastwood's 2014 jingoistic war film AMERICAN SNIPER. Discussions also include:
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2023.06.05 07:50 VVVMi Podcast THE TOWN: What's the Studios Side to the WGA Strike

The Town with Matt Belloni: Who Is on the Studios' Side in the Writers Strike? Talk with Gail Berman ("Elvis," "Wednesday"), one of the only people to run BOTH a film studio and a TV network.
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2023.06.05 06:10 I-DEVASTATOR Dynasty Football League needs a Veteran Manager

Our 12-year old league needs a manager to fill the spot vacated by a longtime member.
We play in a dynasty league where we keep 20 players each year. Our roster is NFL-legitimate, utilizing every position except for offensive linemen.
QB – WR – WR – RB – RB – TE – WRB – WTE – K – LB – LB – LB – DE – DT – DE – S – S – CB – CB
This league has existed since 2012 and has grown in roster size with Yahoo’s additional features. Very likely moving to Sleeper in 2024.
Our primary rules are that everyone shows up for the draft (live online) and that you must field a complete team each week. Every position, despite bye weeks and injury, MUST be filled each week.
Trading is not only encouraged but very necessary over time to keep your team competitive. The entire offseason is open for trading. Every player on your roster is available for trading. Keepers are not locked down until two weeks before the draft.
Our roster size and defensive line-ups prove to be a challenge for most newcomers; even scares some veteran guys off. There is no buy-in fee.
Contact me at [email protected]

Team #1
QB Lamar Jackson
WR Joshua Palmer
WR Adam Thielen
RB Najee Harris
RB Joe Mixon
TE Tyler Higbee
WRB Isaiah McKenzie
BN AJ Dillon
BN Greg Dortch
BN Treylon Burks
BN Andy Dalton
BN Cordarrelle Patterson
BN Allen Lazard
K Justin Tucker
LB Dre Greenlaw
LB Matthew Judon
LB Uchenna Nwosu
DT Dexter Lawrence
DE Jihad Ward
DE Samson Ebukam
CB L’Jarius Sneed
CB Julian Love
S Chuck Clark
S Rayshawn Jenkins
BN Zach Allen
BN Matt Milano
BN Derwin James, Jr.
BN Cameron Jordan
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