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coppersin

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  1. The Magnus Archives was recommended to me last year and I'm kicking myself for not trying it sooner, because I'm really loving it. The bright side is that I now have a ton of episodes to enjoy (I think the current count is 172). I am, however, listening while I work and thus burning through them at an alarming rate, so I'll be going through withdrawal soon enough. It's basically the same cycle I went through with Welcome To Night Vale. I am curious whether the creator of Magnus Archives has a full storyline with a definite ending already planned, or if it'll be seemingly endless like WtNV - both shows have characters that I love and want around as long possible, but I really want to know how everything wraps up.
  2. I think this may be the happiest phrase in the English language.
  3. Can anyone think of a specific scene that we can nominate for best stunt in this year's Primetimers? I stopped my Disney+ subscription after re-binging Mandalorian so I keep thinking how great everything looked but I can't look up specific episodes, so I'm drawing a blank.
  4. Jessica Chastain is gorgeous in her flowing nightgown and robe at the end of Crimson Peak, especially how she moves with the costume (...while chasing her in-law down with a knife, but whatevs).
  5. I don't think chat about the new season has to be hidden as spoilers anymore. I haven't had a chance to check, but the entire season is now available in US, correct?
  6. I just found out that Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth will be playing a couple in Supernova, and I can't decide whether to be thrilled that two of my long-term crushes will be partners, or bummed that it's in a movie about dementia (which I tend to avoid due to family experience).
  7. "You can never go home again... but you can shop there." Aaand it's going on my rewatch list, love that movie.
  8. Well great, now I have new emotional scars from that movie. Poor Nat. Poor Clint.
  9. I'm so glad she recommended Pride. I've lost count of how many people I've rec'd it to, and every single one of 'em enjoyed it.
  10. We have a premiere date! The fourth season will arrive on Netflix on April 26.
  11. I had no idea this was being made but I AM SO EXCITED FOR IT.
  12. No wonder Geralt is so grumpy all the time. I liked how this was all set up, because it does a good job of frequently reminding us that that the mages are outsiders here. Vilgefortz is the only dressed appropriately for battle because he's the only one with military experience (and I really hope he had an earworm and isn't actually evil). The mages are clearly all talented badasses in their own way, but applying those skills in the middle of a large-scale fight is tricky. Trying to apply spells they probably knew before like exploding potions and poisonous mushrooms to massive amounts of people was interesting, as well as the challenge of conserving your energy vs. being effective immediately (like Coral (I think?) snapping all those necks at once). Fringilla on the other hand seems to be much more successful at war-like use of magic, like using fellow mages as collateral to create those giant fireballs and using portals to shoot arrows. Much more straightfoward. I'm curious if she has a talent for battle or if she's benefiting from Nilfgaard's military advisors. Overall I agree with others that the show is okay; it's much better if I treat season 1 as just the prologue to the rest of the story that we'll presumably get now that everyone is in the same timeline and in close proximity.
  13. I mean, I just woke up. But I can already say that music video is the highlight of my day, so thank you.
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