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  • Re: Wonder Woman

    Saw Wonder Woman and Alien Covenant back to back the opening weekend. I really enjoyed both films and liked Wonder Woman a bit more. Really enjoyed the development of the characters. Hopefully the follow ups live up to the opener.

  • Which Kong is King for you?

    After seeing Kong Skull Island this weekend I have now seen a total of 8 movies featuring the giant hairball. This now makes a span of 84 years of the big guy, which is a long time for a run of movies. I won't say much about Skull Island except it was entertaining with good effects, as to be expected these days. I actually look forward to the future release of Godzilla vs. Kong. I personally put the original 1933 movie and the 2005 release as my favorites. So what's your favorite?

  • Re: An ode to the album format, and my top 11

    @Sonorous said:

    @Cliff_Forster said:
    Man, Dream Theater, Tool, Genesis, Yes... Smart people dig Prog.

    Throw on In The Court of The Crimson King by King Crimson as well and we have a party.

    Can we add Bridge of Sighs by Robin Trower and Some Captain Beyond to the party?

  • Re: An ode to the album format, and my top 11

    I am album driven and only listen to vinyl at home. In the car it's mp3 albums. On the topic of Pink Floyd I have been listening to them for 45 years now and like all of it. From Meddle, Obscured by Clouds and on is certainly the best . I also feel the same way about The Moody Blues and The Who.
    The following is not in any order and I had a difficult time narrowing it down this far and the above fall in here too.

    +Phenomenon by UFO
    +Children of the Sun by Billy Thorpe
    +Spartacus by Triumvirate
    +Killer by Alice Cooper
    +The Yes Album
    +The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway by Genesis
    +The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie
    +Whipped Cream and Other Delights by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
    +The Turn of a Friendly Card by The Alan Parsons Project
    +Willy and the Poor Boys by Credance Clearwater Revival
    +Watertown by Frank Sinatra

  • Re: What is Icrontic playing? March 2017

    I'm back to Quake 3. It's been my relax after work routine for the past few weeks. As always I'm Sarge getting my BFG on!