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  1. The first five seasons are now on Netflix in the UK/Ireland!: https://www.netflix.com/title/80061132 The show's never actually been available in Ireland before, AFAIK. The UK channel it's on isn't available here.
  2. The main one is Evan Rachel Wood in The Ides of March, but that's supposed to be inappropriate. (She's a college-age intern, he's a political candidate around 50).
  3. Odd choice of example though; Clooney hasn't been in a movie with a love interest in a decade.
  4. Sarah Ramos was interviewed on this week's Busy Phillips podcast, and revealed that it wasn't her decision to leave the show. She was told her contract wasn't being picked up, and they used "she's going to college" as an excuse for the press. https://podcastaddict.com/episode/117414441 (About 1hr 27mins in)
  5. This video reminded me how much I loved the action in the first movie:
  6. They talk around it in the first one. She hasn't been with a man, and they're oblique on whether she's been with women: https://transcripts.fandom.com/wiki/Wonder_Woman
  7. Apparently in the original version of the ending scene where she meets the guy at Christmas he asks her out on a date, so there's a whole possible "it was all meant to be" thing going on, but it was cut after test screenings, leaving it feeling very weird.
  8. It's in cinemas internationally. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7126948/releaseinfo
  9. I enjoyed it, but it struggled to live up to the first one.
  10. The first three episodes went up at 12:01am GMT in the UK/Ireland. It's odd that we get it eight hours ahead of the US, but I won't complain.
  11. Really enjoyed the episode, it's a shame the show's off for two months already. I assume it has to do in part with a slower production schedule. I was happy we got to see so much of the background/supporting cast this episode. I love all the little tidbits we get about their lives outside the store.
  12. This is all up on iPlayer in the UK. It's four episodes of them setting up dominoes, and then it ends without anything happening. It feels like they got cut off with two-three episodes left, but I think this was just all they had planned? It all felt a bit pointless. There's also a weird disconnect where Laurie's character is clearly based on a bunch of far-right British politicians like Johnson and Farage, but they want him to be somewhat likable, so they give him positions that would never allow him to be a populist in the Tory party like being pro-immigration and anti-prison. As an Agents of SHIELD fan, it was fun to see Iain De Caestecker basically doing a John Hannah impression.
  13. Yeah, that line felt like something that they came up with on set, as it would have been topical at the time they were filming.
  14. This was much better than I expected, given everything. Not great, but not close to being in the bottom five X-movies. That probably says more about the franchise though. I’m glad it was at least trying something different, and it was far better than Apocalypse or Dark Phoenix. And only 90 minutes! Anya Taylor-Joy is a delight, and should get the chance to play more superheroes and supervillains. The Lockheed thing didn’t really work for me, but it was mostly worth the payoff. The accents in this movie are a lot. Charlie Heaton as Sam is especially rough. Was this originally supposed to be set in the early ’00s? There are a lot of indicators (the fashion, Buffy S4 DVDs on a CRT TV, Roberto seemed to have an old digital camera, the line about Dani being called Pocahontas a lot in fifth grade), but then near the end, Reyes just has an iPad. Yet another almost reveal of
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