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Brett last won the day on August 16 2021

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  1. I'd love to know the behind the scenes of the last few months. Raw's quality has jumped up dramatically. Was Vince McMahon really that much of a boat anchor? Geez. Either way, Triple H is killin' it. Were all of these re-hires actually let go in the first place or was it just misreported and they were taking time off before being implemented on the main roster? Random thoughts from the last month or two: Asuka and Io on the same show and in rival groups? There might be a god...and his name is Paul. Ciampa and Miz is a weird pairing, but I think it's kinda starting to work. Ciampa lends M
  2. Yeah, good for Karrion Kross. I don't particularly enjoy his work but he deserved wayyyy better than that first introduction... and this time, smartly, with Scarlet. But, again (I know I'm a broken record) the Roman title run is getting so stale they're already queuing up the next feud before Drew is even done. It's just a revolving door. They should have had another wrestler standing behind Kross. They've GOT to figure out some kind of shakeup.
  3. fuck yeeeeeeeeees. Io! Finally! Although I still don't get the weird name changes, especially with her who's so well known and doesn't use any part of her real name. Are they seriously keeping all three of them (Dakota, Io and Bayley) on RAW? Because that feels like really stacking the women's roster over there. I'm absolutely cool with it if it means a potential Io/Asuka dream match... in which I will rapturously ascend to the heavens before even getting to watch it. In other news: oh, good, Lesnar gets buried by Reigns again. Oh, look, Drew is next in line to get buried by Reigns
  4. Haven't watched Smackdown in a while, good to see Shaun Riker finally on the main roster. Although his new name sucks and it seems like they're gonna use him as a gimmick character. It's also weird seeing Pete Dunne as a lackey now. And "Butch"? Really? Same with Gunter, Walter was such a great name. It made me think "this guy's so badass he doesn't need any flair whatsoever." Oh well, I hope they don't get buried.
  5. Watched it last night. I will say this show looks a hell of a lot better than Mando and especially Fett. Not sure if they pumped more money or talent into the production design, but good job. That being said, this feels like an issue of Dark Horse's Star Wars Infinities. I didn't need to see kid Leia... or a disgruntled Obi-Wan. He still seemed pretty ****ing professional at the end of ROTS. I know he wasn't currently living in the ****hole that is Tatooine, but he also didn't seem bitter or disgruntled in ANH either. I just figured he was an aristocratic retiree in hiding on a planet with l
  6. I didn't realize Kushida's contract had expired. Damn.
  7. Wow. Great. Lots of the great news. It's like WWE is personally escorting fans over to AEW. With Lumis it just always felt to me that no one was really ever interested in doing anything with the character. Since I started watching a few years ago I think his only storyline has been marrying Indie Hartwell... or at least that's all I can recall. Dakota Kai seems like she got caught in 'popular but not a sure-fire bet for main roster so let's just cut her' limbo. Ugh. And yeah, Malcolm Bivens is great. Another stupid one. But I think WWE has been slowly phasing out ring managers or just no
  8. I'm still a couple weeks behind (and I kinda skimmed through his in-ring monologue) but I got the impression Ciampa was probably retiring. I hope he gets some main roster time. Bron, dude is just great, but I agree with Metropolis that he's a still a little green. Knight, I reallllly hope gets called up. I think he has the potential to catch fire. He's just got that classic, effortless, swaggy ego. It's been nice to see the audiences at NXT finally on his side after those first few months of crickets.
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    The Batman

    Good... really f'n good. It has a lot of problems, yes, but it's: visually gorgeous and tonally consistent from beginning to (almost) end, doesn't have any shitty attempts at comic relief, doesn't show his parents getting shot again, and it's the first superhero movie in a really long time that actually made me feel something other than the ennui of spectacle or the occasional chuckle. This rides the line perfectly between street level crime "realism" and straight-from-the-comics. It's "dark", violent and brutal but still more or less feels like the Arkham games smooshed together with Noir and
  10. I just saw that William Regal is officially out. We all knew it was coming, but it still sucks. The dude was so good. It would have been nice if he had had a proper sendoff from the show. I know he essentially gave a live resignation speech where it was clear he was done, but they still kinda carried on with that botched storyline of Samoa Joe being his enforcer until all that petered out. I don't think NXT will ever get to those heights again: where it, for a time, was rivaling the main shows quality and talent-wise. Quite the feat.
  11. They should have done the whole "getting to know you" portion of the show with the Sarlaac pit instead of the Tuskens. He lives there for a few years, starts a family, leaves for cigarettes and never comes back. And then an aggrieved Sarlaac comes looking for revenge in the final episode. Watched episode 3: I didn't know Star Wars had any wtf moments left in it... or at least not any it could elicit from me... but that biker gang... and that chase. It's all so sloppy I almost kind of feel bad for Favreau and Rodriguez. Also, what's the deal with the lack of blasters in this? Why was ev
  12. I guess it's in line with Jango in the prequels, but OT Fett (I think it's safe to assume) was a cut-throat, hard-nails, opportunist... and mostly a lackey. I know a lot of people wanted him to be The Man With No Name, but I never really got that. I never pictured Fett as having any sentimentality, code of honor, or having a heart under a gruff exterior. He would have Anakin'ed the sand people and split... especially when Star Wars '77 set them up as disposable set-dressing. I think they're leaning just a liiiiittle too hard into the Westerns influence with this. Whatever. Also, it's
  13. WWE is really grinding my interest into a fine paste. It's theoretically possible they could have some sort of interesting scenario lined up for Big E to get back on top, but for me this just feels like the continued ripple effect of booking around the same handful of wrestlers, specifically Reigns. They had to give Lesnar something since he was sticking around, so, sorry Big E... hand it over. I need to get TNT.
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    Matrix 4

    Wellll, uh, this exists. Neil Patrick Harris was good. I think it's better than 3. That's about it. Mostly it felt like a bait and switch where the first thirty minutes is playing with expectations and asking interesting questions, but then just turns into a soft reboot. Neo even says the line "it feels like nothing we did mattered" and then does nothing with that obvious question. As if simply drawing attention to the mechanics of irrelevant remakes is somehow clever or gives it a free pass to continue down that same road. I guess as far as soft reboots go, it was competent, but overall
  15. Sheeeit, that Bianca/Charlotte match was good! Especially considering you knew it wasn't going to end clean.
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