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nivek

As Above So Below
Finished it. Good movie. A little sad at the end, but the big reveal earlier was pretty cool.

Yeah the big reveal of who that farmer is was really cool, to me it was perfect like icing on a cake, what a way to finish off the movie...

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wwkirk

Celestial
BattleTech is a wargaming and military science fiction franchise. I used to read novels based on that universe. Essentially, it is a war set far into our future, where BattleMechs are the most important weapon. They are giant humanoid tanks with a variety of weapon configurations.
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Anyway, there was a short lived animated series based on the BattleTech universe. All the episodes are available on YouTube. Here is how it opens.
 

wwkirk

Celestial
BattleTech is a wargaming and military science fiction franchise. I used to read novels based on that universe. Essentially, it is a war set far into our future, where BattleMechs are the most important weapon. They are giant humanoid tanks with a variety of weapon configurations.
Warhammer.jpg

Anyway, there was a short lived animated series based on the BattleTech universe. All the episodes are available on YouTube. Here is how it opens.

Watched the first ep. It's low-res, but flows smoothly. It is possible to get a little confused about the plot though. Here is the only site I have been able to find that summarizes the storylines. Neither IMDB nor Wikipedia does so.
 

nivek

As Above So Below
About to start watching The Dark Knight on Netflix. I hear Heath Ledger is possibly the best Joker.


I think I'll watch this movie again tonight, its been a year or so since my lasting viewing...This will be the 4th time if I do...

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nivek

As Above So Below
I haven't seen this Jet Li movie before, called Fearless...I don't know how I missed this one lol...

 

wwkirk

Celestial
I finally finished King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. It isn't terrific, but definitely better than the 2004 film. I prefer an ample serving of sword and sorcery in my Arthurian viewing. 7/10
The professor teaching the King Arthur course heaped praise on Excalibur (1981) and Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Maybe I'll eventually view the latter, but Excalibur is next up for my King Arthur viewing.
 
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