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You got that part right! Here's an article from a year ago discussing Cage's finances.
http://www.celebritynetworth.com/art...ollar-fortune/
For some odd reason, I can't find myself being sorry for ol'Nick's financial problems. I'm sure he'll muddle through somehow. A good start might be selling-off that rare $500,000 Lambo.
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Netflix has added the famed (among the 4K content hungry) "Tears of Steel" clip in 4K. The highest bit rate Netflix 4K video encode is 15.6 Mbps, but I believe that's higher than all but one of the downloads I've seen. Looks pretty sharp . Regardless of whether you can view it in 2160p I'd count it as being a "gem", a cool little sci-fi mini-movie.

Strangely they've presented it as a series, with the first "episode" being the 12 minute clip, the 2nd being it repeated for 2 hours and the third being it repeated for 8 hours. Like the test clips which have 2160p encodes, it is not listed in the "Ultra HD 4K" genre.
I haven't looked at it but isn't that the one made with Blender which has the most unfriendly UI I've even used. I can never remember how to do things in it.
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I haven't looked at it but isn't that the one made with Blender which has the most unfriendly UI I've even used. I can never remember how to do things in it.

Yes--it appears to be a project of the Blender Foundation.

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I haven't looked at it but isn't that the one made with Blender which has the most unfriendly UI I've even used. I can never remember how to do things in it.
I agree. I tried Bender with a horrible interface and all was able to make was a gray ball. I uninstalled it after when I updated it and all it kept doing was crashing everytime I tried to do something.

Still good for them for actually creating something as they must have much patience to use such a godawful program.

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I agree. I tried Bender with a horrible interface and all was able to make was a gray ball. I uninstalled it after when I updated it and all it kept doing was crashing everytime I tried to do something.

Still good for them for actually creating something as they must have much patience to use such a godawful program.
If you read the Blender forum it is a constant complaint. I'm surprised that a group hasn't forked the source to make a more intuitive interface. They move things around too so if you watch a tutorial that used a rev or two older version you won't find some of the settings shown on the recent version. I worked with 3D Studio Max 20 years ago and it was more intuitive.

Some people make some astounding videos with Blender though. I wuss and use iClone.
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"The Two Faces of January" is an excellent film added today though Netflix sent me a notice yesterday that it was added so I watched it last night. Stars Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst.
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Been wanting to see that one for awhile, just haven't found the time yet, good to hear you liked it.
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Mr. Peabody and Sherman is available now. I really enjoyed this movie; I watched The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show as a kid.
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"The Two Faces of January" is an excellent film added today though Netflix sent me a notice yesterday that it was added so I watched it last night. Stars Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst.
Thanks for the tip, the film seems to be in my wheelhouse. Not only do I really like Isaac, Dunst, and Mortensen, the director, Hossein Amini, also wrote the screenplay. What excites me about that is that he also wrote the screenplay to one of my favorite films, Drive. I will share my impressions after I have had a chance to see The Two Faces of January.
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I'm not sure when it was made available for streaming, but I found the German film Wetlands excellent.

Be forewarned: it's not a movie for the easily grossed-out (and I'm not referring to violence/gore). The female protagonist has some disturbing thoughts and habits with regard to, um, hygiene, and I suspect the subject will make women uncomfortable in much the same way Hard Candy affected men.

That said, the performances are wonderful, and Carla Juri especially is a delight (even when she's making you squirm). It's at 89% on RT, and I agree with the rating.
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Mr. Peabody and Sherman is available now. I really enjoyed this movie; I watched The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show as a kid.
Thanks. I will definitely be watching that.

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I'm not sure when it was made available for streaming, but I found the German film Wetlands excellent.

Be forewarned: it's not a movie for the easily grossed-out (and I'm not referring to violence/gore). The female protagonist has some disturbing thoughts and habits with regard to, um, hygiene, and I suspect the subject will make women uncomfortable in much the same way Hard Candy affected men.

That said, the performances are wonderful, and Carla Juri especially is a delight (even when she's making you squirm). It's at 89% on RT, and I agree with the rating.
NF rates this for me and my years of ratings a 1.5 star .. I added it to the Q anyway as it sounds intriguing


I'll add a mention for "Still Mine"
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James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold do an excellent job .. it was somewhat disconcerting, having remembered Bujold in her heyday and realizing just how many years had passed .. it's always "nice" to be reminded just how old one is ..


At any rate, it's worth a watch and carries a great message of just how controlled some things have evolved to ..

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James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold do an excellent job .. it was somewhat disconcerting, having remembered Bujold in her heyday and realizing just how many years had passed .. it's always "nice" to be reminded just how old one is ..
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Sure, in the most sarcastic way possible ..


I'll add that I had a major crush on her in the late 60's, "Anne of the Thousand Days" was the shizzle ..






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I agree Still Me is a very nice surprise. Excellent acting, and nice pacing. Obviously not an action flick, but so well done ... especially for those of us who may have had - or are having - any family experiences with memory issues and aging. They handled it well, I thought.

EDIT: And I agree, mgkdragn ^, it was an eye opener to see Bujold after all these years. She was a hottie back in the day!

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I agree Still Me is a very nice surprise. Excellent acting, and nice pacing. Obviously not an action flick, but so well done ... especially for those of us who may have had - or are having - any family experiences with memory issues and aging. They handled it well, I thought.

I think it hit on many cylinders .. an old man fighting to finish what he knew would be his last big project, a callous "system", aging in general, friendship, etc .. just a well done film, very watchable with a great cast, great acting, no giant explosions / sex scenes / FX / .. proving that entertainment for the sheer sake of entertainment is still out there in movies ..

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Sure, in the most sarcastic way possible ..


I'll add that I had a major crush on her in the late 60's, "Anne of the Thousand Days" was the shizzle ..





Agreed - also loved her in "King of Hearts" one of my all time favorite movies.
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That said, the performances are wonderful, and Carla Juri especially is a delight (even when she's making you squirm). It's at 89% on RT, and I agree with the rating.

High Def Digest reviewed it, gave the story maximum marks and deemed it "Highly Recommended". He did point out the grossness in the review.

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Sure, in the most sarcastic way possible ..


I'll add that I had a major crush on her in the late 60's, "Anne of the Thousand Days" was the shizzle ..





She's a wonderful actress, unfortunately now 72, she hasn't aged very gracefully.

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She's a wonderful actress, unfortunately now 72, she hasn't aged very gracefully.

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Disagree - I think she has aged gracefully - unless women (& men) resort to cosmetic surgery, they're going to show some wear & tear - I think it reflects true character, not some plastic/fantastic version of forever young Hollywood silicon sisters.
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Disagree - I think she has aged gracefully - unless women (& men) resort to cosmetic surgery, they're going to show some wear & tear - I think it reflects true character, not some plastic/fantastic version of forever young Hollywood silicon sisters.
It's all in the genes and how well you take care of yourself. Plastic surgery usually makes things worse, ask Burt Reynolds. I'm just saying, 72 today isn't that old anymore and I know women in their 80's who look younger.

Just my 2 cents, but here's an example of woman who are in their early to mid 70's, don't need surgery, and IMO, have aged very gracefully.


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For those that enjoy documentaries "Kids for Cash" is very well done.

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I liked "Young Ones", a dusty dystopian film by Jake Paltrow about life during a drought. Stars Michael Shannon. Future shades of what might happen in California since it is sunny again and on rain on the horizon.
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I liked "Young Ones", a dusty dystopian film by Jake Paltrow about life during a drought. Stars Michael Shannon. Future shades of what might happen in California since it is sunny again and on rain on the horizon.
Indeed. February is the month we get our rain and it was 90° yesterday
Was this movie anything like Take Shelter?
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Indeed. February is the month we get our rain and it was 90° yesterday
Please, it was 20 here in South Jersey today, when it normally should be in the fortys. Think of those poor people up in Boston with over six ft on the ground and more coming.

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Too hot and dry over here, too cold and wet over there. Who needs dystopian movies when you have the weather channel?
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Please, it was 20 here in South Jersey today, when it normally should be in the fortys. Think of those poor people up in Boston with over six ft on the ground and more coming.

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True, I'm sure they are miserable but severe drought isn't good either...

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Too hot and dry over here, too cold and wet over there. Who needs dystopian movies when you have the weather channel?
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True, I'm sure they are miserable but severe drought isn't good either...
Look on the bright side, at least you don't have to shovel it.


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Indeed. February is the month we get our rain and it was 90° yesterday
Was this movie anything like Take Shelter?
I don't remember "Take Shelter" that well though both films star Michael Shannon. But I would say that "Young Ones" is quite different. Sci-fi fans might find it a little disappointing but I thought that Paltrow did a pretty good job of forecasting how life might be in such a situation (like washing dishes with sand).

Those who want to cool down may have to wait for "Fortitude" to show up on Netflix (which it might a couple months from now). It's set in the icy cold arctic with exteriors shot in Iceland. You can find the first episode free on many of the pay streaming sites and if you have TV service on the Pivot channel.

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Those who want to cool down may have to wait for "Fortitude" to show up on Netflix (which it might a couple months from now). It's set in the icy cold arctic with exteriors shot in Iceland. You can find the first episode free on many of the pay streaming sites and if you have TV service on the Pivot channel..

Cool down? Any warm movies to snuggle up to? It's freezing out here!




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So now I have to worry about starving while freezing as well?


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