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  1. #31
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    Last Chance U, 9/10 its about a junior conference football squad on Netflix. It stars group of degenerates that couldn't make it in D-1. Frustrating but very interesting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbangclock View Post
    Wow Jack of All Trades sounds like one I have to see .I remember the all card bubble,we would go to the local comic book shop and scour the ball cards for bargains but the bubble did burst.I can't imagine how collectors feel about the lack of value in collections now
    i was a long-time card collector. Started collecting and going to card shows in NYC, 1975. Prices were cheap. Paid $3.00 for a mint Seaver rookie. Turned to selling in mid-80s and buying cases by the truckload direct from the card companies and other sellers. Bought 500 1985 McGwire rookies for $1.50 each. Sold 1000s of Gooden, Clemens, Strawberry, Matting rookie. Paid for Ĺ my undergraduate degree. Pretty much sold out and quit by mid-90s. It was a fun ride.

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    I love you, Now die. 8/10 At first I thought that this chick kind of deserved to be convicted, but after watching the doc, I fell bad for her and while what she did was ****ed up, she should not be convicted of manslaughter.


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    American Factory 8/10

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    Chinese management and American workers clash.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    American Factory 8/10

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    Chinese management and American workers clash.


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    I thought that was a movie in the 80ís?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    I thought that was a movie in the 80ís?
    lol yeh. a ron howard film... Gung Ho i think


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    Untouchable. Its a Harvey Weinstien doc on Hulu. It was pretty good i'll give it a 7/10. I was hoping for more about the lengths he went to cover **** up etc still was pretty good
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    Porndemic -8.5/10

    Itís about the aids outbreak in the late 90ís in the porn industry and patient zero Marc Wallice.

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    Breslin and Hammel Deadline Artist 9/10 about the NY news columnist itís really good and on HBO


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raps08-09 Champ View Post
    My dick is named 'Ewing'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewing View Post
    Breslin and Hammel Deadline Artist 9/10 about the NY news columnist itís really good and on HBO


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    Yes it was great.


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    One Child Nation - 10/10 - It's available on Amazon. One of the best documentaries of the year.

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    outta curiosity, do you guys watch docs after looking up those behind the scenes? there are some docs I've seen that were complete disinfo. be carefull guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewing View Post
    Untouchable. Its a Harvey Weinstien doc on Hulu. It was pretty good i'll give it a 7/10. I was hoping for more about the lengths he went to cover **** up etc still was pretty good
    does it mention his cohorts? One thing you realize (when ur way smarter than you and as smart as I, a true intellectual) is if they have deep connections with people in power, you're going to get the puff stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Porndemic -8.5/10

    Itís about the aids outbreak in the late 90ís in the porn industry and patient zero Marc Wallice.
    does it get into the porn business and how damaging it is to civilization as a whole, those of us without the aids (which is controversial onto itself).

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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    Watched Jack of All Trades last night on Netflix. Its about this soon to be 40 year old dude who is supposed to return to his mom's home and get rid of the old baseball cards he had saddled her with for 20 years. As a card collector in the 80s-90s it started out with some humor at his expense as he has no clue how worthless most of his cards hes so proud of having are. He goes to a card show to sell his mass-produced junk and the place is like a ghost town. He expected it to be like the old days with bursting commerce and they'd be lining up to buy his stuff. They offer him like 40 bucks for his entire box, which was obviously quite a shock. So he sets out to figure out what happened to the industry.

    It turns out to be a pretty sad story. His dad was the founder of Sluggers, which was a big card store chain back in the day on the east coast. And one day he just up and sold his business and deserted his family. Never reached out to tell them why be left; just left em high and dry. And it really ****ed him up for life in all of his relationships.

    They also show how scandalous the whole industry was. Griffey's Upper Deck rookie is an iconic card in history as any collector knows. At its peak it would fetch a grand or two to a desperate buyer at a trade show. His dad had connections with the company and they would just print entire sheets of the card for him to peddle. It was pretty ****ed up how the industry exploded during that time and the values were all a sham.

    As a former collector I really enjoyed it. It hit the sentimental spot. Its not for everybody but for those who used to collect you will probably like it just fine.
    good stuff, review more ****

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