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#21
(12-09-2018, 06:35 PM)BigMark Wrote: poor bastard is wearing his belt right under nipples now

Shallow ageist!  ')

Clint Eastwood is one lucky old bastard, if you ask me.

He's still doing what he absolutely loves, he's successful at it, and he has the means to do mostly whatever he wants.  

He's got it made compared to most people who wear their belts around their waists or resting just under their beer bellies.
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#22
I just checked, he's 88 yrs. old. Good for him. We should all be so blessed.
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#23
He is a legend. I've liked his acting since rawhide in 1961.

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#24
Do you feel like getting lucky punk? Then rub my belly!
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#25
Well, I've rubbed my Buddhas belly and won 10$ on a scratch off the next day. Just shave it first. 
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#26
You sure that was the belly?
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#27
I forgot about one of my favorite Clint Eastwood movies, 'Thunderbolt and Lightfoot'. I caught the last few minutes of it again last night.  It's from the mid 70s and co-stars a very young Jeff Bridges.  Great movie.

Today I watched 'The Post' on HBO -- it wasn't great, but it was really good.  It's the story of the Washington Post's decision to publish The Pentagon Papers, despite being threatened with severe legal repercussions by the Nixon administration.
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#28
Has anyone else seen "Joker" yet?

It was a very dark commentary on mental illness and societal unrest, but I liked it a lot.

Joaquin Phoenix seems like one really weird dude, but I always like his acting.
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#29
(12-15-2018, 10:28 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: I forgot about one of my favorite Clint Eastwood movies, 'Thunderbolt and Lightfoot'.  I caught the last few minutes of it again last night.  It's from the mid 70s and co-stars a very young Jeff Bridges.  Great movie.

Today I watched 'The Post' on HBO -- it wasn't great, but it was really good.  It's the story of the Washington Post's decision to publish The Pentagon Papers, despite being threatened with severe legal repercussions by the Nixon administration.

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot is on amazon prime for free.
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#30
(11-11-2019, 11:47 AM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Has anyone else seen "Joker" yet?

It was a very dark commentary on mental illness and societal unrest, but I liked it a lot.

Joaquin Phoenix seems like one really weird dude, but I always like his acting.
I was going to go see it, but according to fry guy I'm mentally ill so it hits too close too home.

Just kidding. I'll see it eventually on HBO or Netflix.
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#31
(11-11-2019, 11:47 AM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Has anyone else seen "Joker" yet?

It was a very dark commentary on mental illness and societal unrest, but I liked it a lot.

Joaquin Phoenix seems like one really weird dude, but I always like his acting.

He is an actors actor and really gets into the part that he plays, the one he did about johnny Cash was good. Another one that gets deep into character is Christian Bale.
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#32
I haven't seen it but friends that have say basically the same thing you did.
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#33
Has anyone seen the horror movie "Greta"
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#34
I haven’t seen “Greta” yet, but it looks pretty good. Did you watch it Mags?
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#35
I might watch it tonight.
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#36
I went for a ride yesterday morning, I knew it was going to be a nice day so I wasn't concerned at all about being cold, but I got a chill and stayed that way all fricken day. It sucked ass because it made me not want to be outdoors. I turned the TV on and saw that The Hatfields & McCoys was coming on, it was going to be on all day as it was an old mini-series. Well Jesus Christ, those people were savages. Seriously. They would give Game of Thrones a run for their money. I thought it was a very good movie with a shit ton of graphic violence. It was the first time I saw Kevin Costner be a dick in a film, but keep in mind I can go years without watching a movie so maybe he's a dick in a lot of them.
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