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What I've Been Watching (Quarantine Edition, Week 10)

Back to the Future (Greatest Movie of All-Time Podcast) - Currently on Netlfix

- Listen to the podcast on Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, Pocketcasts, and RadioPublic


The Dirty Dozen (Greatest Movie of All-Time Podcast) - Bought on Prime

- Listen to the podcast on Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Overcast, Pocketcasts, and RadioPublic


Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery - Currently on Netflix

- I forgot how funny this movie was, and young Will Ferrell is so good. I put this on because I wanted to take a nap this holiday weekend, but I couldn't sleep because I was giggling so much. I am a huge James Bond fan, so I can pick out from which movie they are drawing parody. Because of that, I can simply appreciate all the jokes here that just undercut the entire genre. Well worth the rewatch.


Bad Education - HBO

Wow. First off, this story is pretty crazy. Then you look into it after the movie, and its even crazier. They don't tell you how a group of almost 20 people stole over $11 million primarily through the two characters played masterfully by two of the best actors in the business: Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney. It is frankly criminal how good these two are normally let alone in this movie, and it is likely that this HBO movie will garner serious buzz for the Emmys this year which will be entirely deserved.


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Billions (Ep. 5.4) - Showtime

- Chuck finds a new friend, and there's no way they brought in Julianna Margulies for only one episode. Taylor seems to be getting back to their old self, and the battle between Prince and Axe rages but to what end. Chuck reaching out to Prince makes sense with how the show has proceeded into its fifth season, but his rebuff is not. Yet, by the end of the episode, we see that things are moving in that direction like they will eventually be with Taylor. This was another means to an end episode that is setting up the real action of the season, and I'm enjoying the ride.


RUN (Ep. 1.7) HBO

- The season finale. Ruby finally saw the video that had been hidden from her the whole time which was predictable. What isn't predictable is the weird relationship between Deputy Cloud and Phoebe Waller-Bridge as well as the cops tracking down Billy and Ruby. I certainly didn't see her just walking away at the end of it. With everything that is left open, there is obviously going to be a season 2, and I will watch as they've hooked me enough. I just have no idea when it will be out.


Killing Eve (Ep. 3.7) Currently on AMC

- This show is certainly not above killing anyone and everyone this season, and the season finale presents as a culmination of who both Eve and Villanelle have become this season. Yet, I literally don't recognize Eve at this point nor care about her character. Konstantine, Caroline, and Villanelle are much better and richer characters that have stretched their limits this season, and I enjoy the plotline of Villanelle wanting to retire.


Patriot Act - with Hassan Minaj - Netflix

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