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Post Game Thread: The Orioles fell to the Rays by a score of 4-3 - Wed, Aug 26 @ 06:40 PM EDT

2020.08.27 04:08 OsGameThreads Post Game Thread: The Orioles fell to the Rays by a score of 4-3 - Wed, Aug 26 @ 06:40 PM EDT

Orioles @ Rays - Wed, Aug 26

Game Status: Game Over - Score: 4-3 Rays

Links & Info

Orioles Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Mullins - CF 4 1 2 0 1 1 0 .280 .333 .360
2 Alberto - 2B 3 2 1 0 0 0 2 .311 .336 .459
3 Santander - RF 3 0 1 1 1 0 3 .279 .328 .631
4 Núñez, R - 1B 4 0 0 1 0 2 5 .281 .336 .500
5 Sisco - DH 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .260 .422 .540
6 Mountcastle - LF 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 .375 .500 .500
7 Ruiz, R - 3B 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .193 .273 .432
8 Valaika - SS 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 .222 .273 .444
9 Holaday - C 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 .250 .250 .250
a-Williams, M - PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .200 .200
Totals 34 3 8 2 2 9 16
Orioles
a-Grounded out for Holaday in the 9th.
BATTING: 2B: Valaika (1, Richards). TB: Alberto; Holaday; Mountcastle 2; Mullins 2; Santander; Valaika 2. RBI: Núñez, R (17); Santander (28). 2-out RBI: Santander. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Núñez, R; Sisco; Holaday 2. SAC: Alberto. GIDP: Ruiz, R. Team RISP: 1-for-9. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: Valaika (3, fielding). DP: (Valaika-Alberto-Núñez, R).
Rays Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Meadows - DH 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 .233 .318 .452
2 Lowe, B - 2B 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 .296 .397 .676
3 Wendle - SS 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 .293 .354 .440
a-Díaz, Y - 3B 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 .297 .427 .386
4 Choi - 1B 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 .195 .296 .366
5 Tsutsugo - LF 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 .179 .309 .359
6 Kiermaier - CF 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 .225 .326 .313
b-Adames - SS 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 .287 .374 .521
7 Renfroe - RF 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 .163 .236 .400
8 Perez, M - C 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 .171 .211 .257
9 Margot - CF 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 .301 .363 .425
Totals 29 4 5 4 7 9 20
Rays
a-Grounded into a forceout for Wendle in the 5th. b-Struck out for Kiermaier in the 5th.
BATTING: 2B: Meadows (5, Wojciechowski); Wendle (4, Wojciechowski); Margot (6, Wojciechowski). HR: Lowe, B (10, 3rd inning off Wojciechowski, 1 on, 1 out); Perez, M (1, 8th inning off Givens, 0 on, 1 out). TB: Lowe, B 4; Margot 2; Meadows 2; Perez, M 4; Wendle 2. RBI: Díaz, Y (9); Lowe, B 2 (27); Perez, M (6). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Meadows; Adames 3; Tsutsugo 2. GIDP: Renfroe. Team RISP: 1-for-10. Team LOB: 9.
FIELDING: E: Renfroe (1, fielding); Díaz, Y (1, fielding). DP: (Adames-Choi).
Orioles Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Wojciechowski 4.0 4 3 3 3 3 1 83-49 5.13
Scott, Tan 0.2 0 0 0 2 0 0 23-11 2.31
Castro, M 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 17-12 4.30
Akin 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-2 8.10
Fry, P 0.2 0 0 0 2 2 0 20-10 2.31
Givens (L, 0-1) 1.1 1 1 1 0 3 1 29-20 1.38
Totals 8.0 5 4 4 7 9 2
Rays Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Richards 4.1 6 2 0 2 3 0 86-57 4.71
Thompson 1.2 1 0 0 0 2 0 17-13 3.31
Fairbanks (BS, 3) 1.0 1 1 0 0 2 0 25-18 3.38
Sherriff (W, 1-0) 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11-10 0.00
Castillo, D (S, 1) 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 12-9 2.31
Totals 9.0 8 3 0 2 9 0
Game Info
WP: Fairbanks.
HBP: Lowe, B (by Scott, Tan).
Pitches-strikes: Wojciechowski 83-49; Scott, Tan 23-11; Castro, M 17-12; Akin 3-2; Fry, P 20-10; Givens 29-20; Richards 86-57; Thompson 17-13; Fairbanks 25-18; Sherriff 11-10; Castillo, D 12-9.
Groundouts-flyouts: Wojciechowski 3-2; Scott, Tan 1-1; Castro, M 1-1; Akin 1-0; Fry, P 0-0; Givens 0-0; Richards 3-2; Thompson 1-0; Fairbanks 1-0; Sherriff 1-0; Castillo, D 1-0.
Batters faced: Wojciechowski 18; Scott, Tan 5; Castro, M 4; Akin; Fry, P 4; Givens 5; Richards 21; Thompson 5; Fairbanks 5; Sherriff 3; Castillo, D 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Scott, Tan 1-1; Castro, M 3-0; Akin 1-0; Givens 2-0; Thompson 2-0.
Umpires: HP: Sean Barber. 1B: Todd Tichenor. 2B: Alan Porter. 3B: Marty Foster.
Weather: 72 degrees, Dome.
Wind: 0 mph, None.
First pitch: 6:40 PM.
T: 3:26.
Venue: Tropicana Field.
August 26, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 1 Hanser Alberto singles on a ground ball to right fielder Hunter Renfroe. Cedric Mullins scores. Hanser Alberto to 3rd. Fielding error by right fielder Hunter Renfroe. 1-0 BAL
Top 1 Renato Nunez reaches on a fielder's choice, fielded by second baseman Brandon Lowe. Hanser Alberto scores. Renato Nunez out at 1st, catcher Michael Perez to first baseman Ji-Man Choi. 2-0 BAL
Bottom 3 Brandon Lowe homers (10) on a fly ball to right field. Austin Meadows scores. 2-2
Bottom 5 Yandy Diaz grounds into a force out, fielded by shortstop Pat Valaika. Manuel Margot scores. Austin Meadows to 3rd. Brandon Lowe out at 2nd. Yandy Diaz to 1st. 3-2 TB
Top 7 Anthony Santander singles on a line drive to left fielder Yoshi Tsutsugo. Hanser Alberto scores. 3-3
Bottom 8 Michael Perez homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 4-3 TB
Team Highlight
BAL Cedric Mullins scores on error (00:00:41)
BAL Renato Núñez's RBI forceout (00:00:28)
BAL Asher Wojciechowski strands two (00:00:16)
TB Michael Perez throws out Núñez (00:00:39)
TB Jalen Beeks placed on 45-day IL (00:00:42)
TB Brandon Lowe's 10th home run (00:00:44)
TB Trevor Richards strands two (00:00:09)
TB Yandy Díaz's RBI fielder's choice (00:00:33)
BAL Anthony Santander ties the game (00:00:31)
TB Michael Perez's go-ahead home run (00:00:45)
BAL Castro K's Adames in 4-player AB (00:01:17)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Orioles 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 8 1 7
Rays 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 5 2 9

Around the Division

NYY 1 @ ATL 5 - Final
NYY 1 @ ATL 2 - Final
BOS 1 @ TOR 9 - Final
Next Orioles Game: Thu, Aug 27, 06:40 PM EDT @ Rays
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2020.08.26 22:40 OsGameThreads Game Thread: Orioles (14-15) @ Rays (20-11) - Wed, Aug 26 @ 06:40 PM EDT

Orioles @ Rays - Wed, Aug 26

Game Status: Game Over - Score: 4-3 Rays

Links & Info

Orioles Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Mullins - CF 4 1 2 0 1 1 0 .280 .333 .360
2 Alberto - 2B 3 2 1 0 0 0 2 .311 .336 .459
3 Santander - RF 3 0 1 1 1 0 3 .279 .328 .631
4 Núñez, R - 1B 4 0 0 1 0 2 5 .281 .336 .500
5 Sisco - DH 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .260 .422 .540
6 Mountcastle - LF 4 0 2 0 0 1 0 .375 .500 .500
7 Ruiz, R - 3B 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 .193 .273 .432
8 Valaika - SS 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 .222 .273 .444
9 Holaday - C 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 .250 .250 .250
a-Williams, M - PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .200 .200
Totals 34 3 8 2 2 9 16
Orioles
a-Grounded out for Holaday in the 9th.
BATTING: 2B: Valaika (1, Richards). TB: Alberto; Holaday; Mountcastle 2; Mullins 2; Santander; Valaika 2. RBI: Núñez, R (17); Santander (28). 2-out RBI: Santander. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Núñez, R; Sisco; Holaday 2. SAC: Alberto. GIDP: Ruiz, R. Team RISP: 1-for-9. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: Valaika (3, fielding). DP: (Valaika-Alberto-Núñez, R).
Rays Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Meadows - DH 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 .233 .318 .452
2 Lowe, B - 2B 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 .296 .397 .676
3 Wendle - SS 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 .293 .354 .440
a-Díaz, Y - 3B 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 .297 .427 .386
4 Choi - 1B 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 .195 .296 .366
5 Tsutsugo - LF 2 0 0 0 2 0 3 .179 .309 .359
6 Kiermaier - CF 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 .225 .326 .313
b-Adames - SS 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 .287 .374 .521
7 Renfroe - RF 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 .163 .236 .400
8 Perez, M - C 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 .171 .211 .257
9 Margot - CF 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 .301 .363 .425
Totals 29 4 5 4 7 9 20
Rays
a-Grounded into a forceout for Wendle in the 5th. b-Struck out for Kiermaier in the 5th.
BATTING: 2B: Meadows (5, Wojciechowski); Wendle (4, Wojciechowski); Margot (6, Wojciechowski). HR: Lowe, B (10, 3rd inning off Wojciechowski, 1 on, 1 out); Perez, M (1, 8th inning off Givens, 0 on, 1 out). TB: Lowe, B 4; Margot 2; Meadows 2; Perez, M 4; Wendle 2. RBI: Díaz, Y (9); Lowe, B 2 (27); Perez, M (6). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Meadows; Adames 3; Tsutsugo 2. GIDP: Renfroe. Team RISP: 1-for-10. Team LOB: 9.
FIELDING: E: Renfroe (1, fielding); Díaz, Y (1, fielding). DP: (Adames-Choi).
Orioles Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Wojciechowski 4.0 4 3 3 3 3 1 83-49 5.13
Scott, Tan 0.2 0 0 0 2 0 0 23-11 2.31
Castro, M 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 17-12 4.30
Akin 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3-2 8.10
Fry, P 0.2 0 0 0 2 2 0 20-10 2.31
Givens 1.1 1 1 1 0 3 1 29-20 1.38
Totals 8.0 5 4 4 7 9 2
Rays Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Richards 4.1 6 2 0 2 3 0 86-57 4.71
Thompson 1.2 1 0 0 0 2 0 17-13 3.31
Fairbanks 1.0 1 1 0 0 2 0 25-18 3.38
Sherriff 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11-10 0.00
Castillo, D 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 12-9 2.31
Totals 9.0 8 3 0 2 9 0
Game Info
WP: Fairbanks.
HBP: Lowe, B (by Scott, Tan).
Pitches-strikes: Wojciechowski 83-49; Scott, Tan 23-11; Castro, M 17-12; Akin 3-2; Fry, P 20-10; Givens 29-20; Richards 86-57; Thompson 17-13; Fairbanks 25-18; Sherriff 11-10; Castillo, D 12-9.
Groundouts-flyouts: Wojciechowski 3-2; Scott, Tan 1-1; Castro, M 1-1; Akin 1-0; Fry, P 0-0; Givens 0-0; Richards 3-2; Thompson 1-0; Fairbanks 1-0; Sherriff 1-0; Castillo, D 1-0.
Batters faced: Wojciechowski 18; Scott, Tan 5; Castro, M 4; Akin; Fry, P 4; Givens 5; Richards 21; Thompson 5; Fairbanks 5; Sherriff 3; Castillo, D 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Scott, Tan 1-1; Castro, M 3-0; Akin 1-0; Givens 2-0; Thompson 2-0.
Umpires: HP: Sean Barber. 1B: Todd Tichenor. 2B: Alan Porter. 3B: Marty Foster.
Weather: 72 degrees, Dome.
Wind: 0 mph, None.
First pitch: 6:40 PM.
Venue: Tropicana Field.
August 26, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 1 Hanser Alberto singles on a ground ball to right fielder Hunter Renfroe. Cedric Mullins scores. Hanser Alberto to 3rd. Fielding error by right fielder Hunter Renfroe. 1-0 BAL
Top 1 Renato Nunez reaches on a fielder's choice, fielded by second baseman Brandon Lowe. Hanser Alberto scores. Renato Nunez out at 1st, catcher Michael Perez to first baseman Ji-Man Choi. 2-0 BAL
Bottom 3 Brandon Lowe homers (10) on a fly ball to right field. Austin Meadows scores. 2-2
Bottom 5 Yandy Diaz grounds into a force out, fielded by shortstop Pat Valaika. Manuel Margot scores. Austin Meadows to 3rd. Brandon Lowe out at 2nd. Yandy Diaz to 1st. 3-2 TB
Top 7 Anthony Santander singles on a line drive to left fielder Yoshi Tsutsugo. Hanser Alberto scores. 3-3
Bottom 8 Michael Perez homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 4-3 TB
Team Highlight
BAL Cedric Mullins scores on error (00:00:41)
BAL Asher Wojciechowski strands two (00:00:16)
TB Michael Perez throws out Núñez (00:00:39)
TB Jalen Beeks placed on 45-day IL (00:00:42)
TB Brandon Lowe's 10th home run (00:00:44)
TB Yandy Díaz's RBI fielder's choice (00:00:33)
BAL Anthony Santander ties the game (00:00:31)
TB Michael Perez's go-ahead home run (00:00:45)
BAL Castro K's Adames in 4-player AB (00:01:17)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Orioles 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 8 1 7
Rays 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 4 5 2 9

Around the Division

NYY 1 @ ATL 5 - Final
NYY 1 @ ATL 2 - Final
BOS 1 @ TOR 9 - Final
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2020.08.14 21:17 mr_tyler_durden Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update August 14, 2020

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update August 14, 2020
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2020.07.16 18:26 stannsmash Offseason Review Series: Day 2 - The Washington Football Team

Washington is dead, long live Washington!

Division: NFC East

2019 Record: 3-13, 4th in NFC East

Coaching Changes

As the marketing says, this is a new RivERA. Almost the entire coaching staff has been replaced, except for the running back and special teams coaches, so let's all give a hand to Randy Jordan and Nate Kaczor for being survivors of the Rivera purge. Here are the highlights:
 

Head Coach: Ron Rivera replaces interim Bill Callahan

After an 0-5 start last season, and multiple season of mediocrity, Dan Snyder finally decided to pull the plug on Jay Gruden. Interim coach Bill Callahan did a...job. The question quickly turned to who would be the newest coach of the Washington Football Franchise. Would it be current OC and potential wünderkid Kevin O'Connell? Would they somehow steal away Mike Tomlin (remember this theory?) No. Enter in: Riverboat Ron.
Ironically, the only way that Washington was able to hire him was by defeating him: in week 13 of the 2019 season, Adrian Peterson and Derrius Guice stomped through Rivera's defense to the tune of 248 yards on the ground. That was enough to seal his fate with owner David Tepper, who was vocal through the season about the panthers status of mediocrity.
While one can reflect on Rivera's tenure as mediocrity, I'd argue it is anything but. As 2-time Head Coach of the Year, Rivera lead the Panthers to 3 1st place finishes in the NFC South, including a historic 15-1 2015 season where the Panthers made it to the Super Bowl behind MVP Cam Newton. Rivera is the winningest coach in Panthers history, with an overall record of 76-63-1. However, he was not Tepper's choice, and for that as a fan I owe Tepper one.
While I would not fault Jay Gruden for all of the Redskins issues the past 5 1/2 years, he seemed destined to stay at most mediocre, never even reaching the highs Rivera has seen. Key Gruden personnel such as Kirk Cousins, Jordan Reed, Chris Thompson, Josh Norman, Josh Doctson, and more are long gone. Rivera has a brand new cast to work with, and I am excited to see it.
Rivera is a proven head coach with a long and public track record. He is known for being a big believer in a strong player-oriented team culture, and god knows this team needs some major culture help, especially in the front office. Looking at you, Mr. Snyder. GRADE: A
 

Offensive Coordinator: Scott Turner replaces Kevin O'Connell

Losing Kevin O'Connell to the Rams is disappointing, no way around it in my mind. Could the Rams get bitten in the rear and throw a green coordinator into the wind? Maybe. But out of all personnel we didn't keep, this one stung the most.
However, one must not dwell on the past too much. Enter in Scott Turner, son of Norv Turner. Turner comes over from Carolina where he was first the QB coach under his father, and then suddenly replaced his father once Rivera was fired. Some highlights of Turner include:
  • Being the Brown's receiver coach during Josh Gordon's monstrous 2013 season
  • Vikings QB coach during Teddy Bridgewater's best years
Yeah that's about it. He is young and hungry, and honestly, I am pretty happy with this choice as well. I have faith in him to develop Haskins, who is the future of the franchise as of now. Hopefully he does not fall out of favor as his father did with our favorite owner. GRADE: B+
 

Defensive Coordinator: Jack Del Rio replaces Greg Manusky

The Redskins defense in my opinion has been underwhelming in recent times, and in large part I blame Greg Manusky for this result. The Redskins defense last year ranked 27th overall, which any Washington fan will tell you is at best a slight shame and at worst a goddamn tragedy. Sure, our secondary was nowhere to be seen. Sure, we we're extremely injured a lot of the time.
But here's the worst part: our front 7 is actually really good. I mean come on: Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne, Matt Ioannidis, Ryan Kerrigan, Montez Sweat, and more should amount to one of the most potent QB rushing attacks of the year. However, the stats show that this is just not true. PFF listed us outside the top ten and in a more general sense the defense overall just seems too ooze mediocrity.
Enter in Jack Del Rio. This man has over 30 years of NFL experience, having multiple positions as both Head Coach and Defensive Coordinators in the past. While his head coaching career has not always been consistent, his defensive strengths are quite apparent. While Wade Phillips was responsible for the Super Bowl winning Broncos of 2015, we cannot forget that Del Rio groomed that defense for years prior, bringing them to the big game as well the year before. His earlier success in Baltimore and Carolina must also be mentioned, but my main point is this: Jack Del Rio is tiers above Manusky.
Del Rio and Rivera are on the same page, and switching to a 4-3 base defense with Del Rio should pay dividends to our defense, particularly our front seven. Look for a strong pass rush with Del Rio under control. GRADE: A
 

Quarterbacks Coach: Ken Zampese replaces Tim Rattay

Zampese formerly worked for the Greatest Show on Turf helping Kurt Warner, Isaac Bruce, and Torry Holt achieve offensive supremacy over the league. He worked for 12 years in Cincinnati, developing both Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton. In addition, he helped to develop Baker his rookie year under literal the dumpster fire of a head coaching regime Hue Jackson had in 2018. After seeing many of Haskins sexy throws to McLaurin, Gandy-Golden and Co. on Instagram, I feel some safety in the QB department for once. GRADE: A-
 

Head Athletic Trainer: Ryan Vermillion replaces Larry Hess

If there's one thing that reminds me of a Washington Football season, its injuries. While Washington was not the only injured team, it definitely felt like one of the worst last year. At the end of the day, the blame falls on random injury luck, proper practice, and the athletic training staff. Larry Hess had been employed by Washington for 17 years, so this move may be seen as a long time coming, especially concerning some of the particularly bad injuries of recent years.
Vermillion has rep with Rivera, as he is the former head trainer for the Panthers. While the Panthers have had some injury troubles of there own as of recently, I am still hopeful that Vermillion and his staff can help the situation over here. GRADE: B
 
 

Free Agency

Players lost/cut
Player Position New team
Chris Thompson RB Jaguars
Colt McCoy QB Giants
Case Keenum QB Browns
Ereck Flowers OG Dolphins
Josh Norman CB Bills
Trent Williams OT 49ers
Montae Nicholson CB UFA
Jordan Reed TE UFA
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie CB UFA
Wendell Smallwood RB UFA
Tony Bergstrom OL UFA
Donald Penn OT UFA
Vernon Davis TE Retired
Key Losses:
  • Ereck Flowers: Flowers had been written off as a bust. His tenure in New York and Jacksonville were both at best mediocre, and at worst disgusting. He gave up tons of pressures, and questions about his devotion to the team were at play. However, Washington was able to reignite Flowers by transitioning him from a tackle to a guard. In this new role, he only allowed two sacks while starting all 16 games. In the end, he was able to get the best pay-day back home in Miami, and for that I cannot hold any ill-will.
 
  • Josh Norman: 5 years. $51.1 million guaranteed. $75 million total. Honestly, I believed in Josh Norman when we first signed him. Coming off an All-Pro year on a stacked 2015 Panthers roster, Norman was proud to declare himself the best corner in the whole league. If you'd ask Norman today, he may still very well agree with that assessment. However, both the film and numbers point to Norman as a one year wonder. He was never able to replicate his 2015 success here, and was barely able to follow receivers like Revis or play the zone like Sherman. I would consider this the worst Redskins free agent signing of the Jay Gruden regime, hands down bar none. At least Matt Jones gave us some 100 yard games. His best games for us were against Cody Kessler and Matt Barkley. I am glad this is over with.
 
  • Trent Williams: Oh Trent-y boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling. I am truly sad to see Mr. Williams suit up for another organization this fall, assuming there will be a football season. Trent has been one of, if not the best offensive lineman in the entire NFL since being drafted 4th overall in 2010. Even as poor football and asinine front office moves surrounded him, Trent remained grounded and supportive of Mr. Snyder's hope to win football games. However, this relationship quickly turned for the worse. I could write this whole page about the Trent Williams saga, so instead I shall link this.
Goodbye Silverback.
 
  • Jordan Reed: If you thought the Trent Williams saga hurt me, oh boy you are not ready for this. Jordan Reed was probably my favorite Washington player up until last season. I was at his first big game in 2013, and boy was it a sight to see. A 3rd round TE from Florida, Reed was a bright spot on a more distant 3-13 Washington Squad still hoping for RG3's knees to spring back to life. When Reed was on fire, he was on. In his heyday of 2015 and 2016, Reed was a top tier Pro-Bowl talent TE possessing the quickness of a WR with the strength and build of a TE. However, we all know how this story ends. In 2013, he only played 9 games due to concussions. In 2014, he hurt his hamstring twice throughout the season yet still played in 11 games. As stated earlier, 15' and 16' were the golden years, but his hamstring came back to derail almost his entire 2017 season. By last year, he had over 9 known concussions, and one can only assume his hamstring is not in good shape. This is a classic example of injuries destroying a once promising career. If you are ever in need of watching some electrifying tight end plays, check this out, I promise you will not regret it. Thank you Jordan!
 
Players signed
Player Position Old team Length Salary
Wes Schweitzer OG Falcons 3 years $13.5 mil, $4 mil guaranteed
Kendall Fuller CB Chiefs 4 years $40 mil, $23.5 mil guaranteed
Logan Thomas TE Lions 2 years $6.145 mil, $2.25 mil guaranteed
Sean Davis S Steelers 1 year $4 mil, $2 mil guaranteed
Kyle Allen QB Panthers 1 year $675k
Thomas Davis LB Chargers 1 year $3.5 mil, $1.75 mil guaranteed
J.D. McKissic RB Seahawks 2 year $3.27 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Peyton Barber RB Buccaneers 2 year $3 mil, $600k guaranteed
Cornelius Lucas OT Bears 2 year $3.8 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Richard Rogers TE Eagles 1 year $1 mil
Cody Latimer WR Giants 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Kevin Pierre-Louis LB Bears 1 year $3 mil, $1.5 mil guaranteed
Jeremy Vujnovich OG Cardinals 1 year $825k
Ronald Darby CB Eagles 1 year $3 mil, $1 mil guaranteed
Mike Liedtke OG Buccaneers 1 year $750k
Key Additions:
  • Kendall Fuller: We are proud to welcome our 2016 3rd rounder and new Super Bowl Champion back to DC. Fuller has proven himself as a formidable slot cornerback, and should be a day 1 starter immediately. In fact, I could see us playing him on the outside if need be, as our secondary will become stretched dry rather quickly. If we can trade for Malik Jefferson, we could finally have all pieces of the Alex Smith trade back on the roster, including Alex Smith himself (hang in there buddy :( ).
 
  • Thomas Davis: A 3x Pro Bowler and bonafide former team leader of the Carolina Panthers, Thomas Davis is a welcome addition to our locker room. While at age 37 he may not start or play the most downs, his presence and familiarity with Rivera lends kindly to helping younger defensive players adjust and learn the new system.
 
  • Ronald Darby: Darby has never played a full 16 game season, and the past two seasons in particular seem to be injury ridden. However, our secondary is in need of a #2 to step up behind Fuller and if Moreau cannot make a leap then Darby better be a frog. This one year, prove-it deal will show whether or not Darby is ready to play with the big boys now.
 
Players resigned
Player Position Length Salary
Jon Bostic LB 2 year $5.1 mil, $2.25 mil guaranteed
Caleb Brantley DT 1 year $750k
Nate Orchard LB/DE 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Aaron Colvin CB 1 year $1 mil, $137.5k guaranteed
Brandon Scherff OG 1 year $15.03 mil guaranteed (franchise tag)
Important Resigns:
  • Jon Bostic: The former 2nd rounder has bounced around the league since 2013, but with Reuben Foster tearing his ACL in training camp last year, Bostic was thrust into the starting LB slot. While far from perfect, Bostic played surprisingly well last year, recording 105 tackles, a sack, and a pick. It is unclear whether Bostic's ceiling is much higher then this going into year 8 of his career. The signing of Thomas Davis and an even better D-Line could help Bostic shine more as there is less pressure on him. Overall, a good team friendly extension on a starte1st off the bench quality player.
 
  • Brandon Scherff: Except for some penalty troubles, Scherff has been the most consistent offensive lineman this team has had in the past five years who is not upset at our current front office. While I am unsure if he was worthy of the Pro Bowl this past year, he is a stud OG and I am glad we have kept him his whole rookie deal. Hopefully a long-term can be worked out soon (though the deadline may have just past for franchise tagees), but keeping him on the franchise tag is far down the list of personnel issues.
 
 

Draft

Round Number Player Position School
1 2 Chase Young DE Ohio State
3 66 Antonio Gibson WRB Memphis
4 108 Saahdiq Charles OT LSU
4 142 Antonio Gandy-Golden WR Liberty
5 156 Keith Ismael C San Diego State
5 162 Khaleke Hudson LB Michigan
7 216 Kamren Curl S Arkansas
7 229 James Smith-Williams DE N.C. State
UDFA N/A Thaddeus Moss TE LSU
UDFA N/A Steven Montez QB Colorado
UDFA N/A Isaiah Wright WR Temple
UDFA N/A Johnathon Johnson WR Missouri
Grades and Thoughts:
  • Chase Young: How much more can be said about this guy? Young was known for months to be the consensus number one talent of the draft, and that has not changed in the past months. He is a forced to be reckoned with, and putting him alongside our other D-Lineman is a scary sight. The often made comparison is that of the Bosa brothers, who both came into the league and wrecked havoc upon entry. I see Young doing the same thing, having a minimum 10+ sack season. Fear the predator y'all. GRADE: A+
 
  • Antonio Gibson: Almost every analysis I have read about Gibson describes him in one of two ways: 1) A swiss-army knife 2) A football player. While I can't disagree with either, these both seem to be big buzzwords that cable football analysis loves to float around to tons and tons of players. No matter how you describe him, Gibson's highlight real speaks for itself. Most project him into a RB role in our system, and with Chris Thompson setting sail with Jay Gruden Gibson can not pick up the slack here. If he can provide support to Peterson and Guice, great! If he could improve our dismal receiving unit, even better! I like this pick, but can also see it failing if Rivera and Turner cannot utilize him correctly. GRADE: B+
 
  • Saahdiq Charles: Using a picks here on the O-Line was a smart move, as our bench before the draft was extremely thin. Charles has been a part of one of the best O-line's in the nation at LSU, helping Clyde Edwards-Helaire run over the entire goddamn SEC. While there was a distraction of off-field issues, i.e. his six game suspension in his junior year. My understanding is that this stemmed from maturity issues and possible failed drug tests. Without these concerns, Charles would not have fallen to this round. Even with the character issue, his on the field product is fantastic, and if there was any coach to help Charles stay the right path it would be Ron Rivera. GRADE: B
 
  • Antonio Gandy-Golden: My information on Gandy-Golden and Liberty football in general is extremely limited, but the little I have seen is fantastic. At 6'4, 223 lbs Gandy-Golden is prototypical size and his highlights at Liberty reflect that. He is able to utilize is wingspan to have a large catch radius and contend for aired out balls. In addition, while his 4.6 40 yard dash may be slightly underwhelming, his speed on tape is evident and can work. As the receiver competition is wide open, Gandy-Golden can easily become the number two receiver on this squad if he puts in the work. And according to social media, it appears he is trying. GRADE: A
 
  • Keith Ismael: Another offensive linemen, but I struggle to see Ismael in any role besides backup this year. Ismael was solid player for his three year college career, and learning behind our O-line can do him well to bring him up to NFL speed. I can see him sitting behind Rouiller most of the year, but there's always the potential for something more if he is a diamond in the rough. However, I would have liked for a TE selection here. GRADE: B
 
  • Kamren Curl: Curl seemed to be an intrenched starter for Arkansas, but it is hard to see what is exactly unique with his skill set. At 6'1, 206 lbs he has the body of a safety or even cornerback, which tracks as he played both positions in school. The most known information about him is that he was suspended for flirting with a cheerleader his sophomore season, but if that is his biggest character concern then I don't really care. In addition, he later cleared the confusion, noting that the cheerleader just wanted a photo with him. GRADE: C
 
  • James Smith-Williams: A depth signing for our defensive front, which is all good in my book. However, this deep dive into the man shows that Smith-Williams has the potential to be more then a name in DC. His injury history is very troubling, but if he can put that Big Bang Theory Sheldon brain of his to our team then I am all for it. 7th rounders are the time for risks, and Smith-Williams case is a unique one where the injuries are not as much a concern for me. GRADE: C+
 
If the only player we keep out of this draft in the next 5 years is Chase Young, it will still have been a success. However, I have a feeling that other players will make an impact here, particularly with Gibson or Gandy-Golden breaking out in a rushing or receiving competition. For Kyle Smith and Rivera's first draft, it could have gone a lot worse. The amount of BS spewed about us drafting Tua or trading down was EVERYWHERE online before the draft, so I am jus glad we didn't mess it up as bad as we could have. Overall, I'd rate this draft a B+, with the rating going higher if any of these other players break out as well.
 
 

Name Controversy

Look, both you and I know that this subject has been beaten to death, especially on this subreddit. So let us just establish the facts:
  • There has been ample push to change the name since the 1990s.
  • Dan Snyder said in 2013 that he would never change the name. "It's that simple. NEVER — you can use caps."
  • This month, Fedex, along with other major sponsors such as Nike and PepsiCo called on Snyder to change their name or face financial doom.
  • July 13, 2020 Snyder issues a press release stating the name and logo are both officially retired.
There are many more specifics and points of contention on this issue, and I think this WaPo graphic does a good job illustrating other key times that the name has been discussed or been a point of contention.
My thought? About damn time. Look, I understand that the name is offensive and have been all for changing it, but more importantly I just want us to focus on what ideally should be more pressing for this writeup: the players and the game. The politics of the name has been a distraction and disgrace to the proud men who have worn this city on their back for decades. Do not get me wrong: the actual name itself holds little meaning to me personally. However, I am younger than many fans of the team and understand the attachment some have had for their entire lives. Yet, I do not think we need to forget about Theismann, Baugh, Jurgensen, Doug Williams, Rypien, Riggins, the Hogs, and more just by retiring the name. I say, let this begin a new era in Washington football history where we can be remembered for playing a game we enjoy and love, not hurting others if we do not need to.
My personal preference for a new name as of now is Red Wolves. Maintaining the colors and HttR (Howl to the Red Wolves!) sounds nice, and the animal is theoretically indigenous to DC and the southeast US even as we may not see it commonly. If trademarks issues can settle, I believe we will hear the new name before the next season.
 
 

Sexual Harassment/Misconduct Issues

After finishing the Washington Post article today, I was left with a feeling of disgust and sadness, but not shock. Football has always been known as a "boy's club," and seeing women in positions of power in any NFL organization is not common. This is the reason why. While I do not know the situation of every front office, I would not be shocked if this is more common then one would suspect.
Now, do not get me wrong: this is disgusting and Snyder should be ashamed of himself. Letting this persist for over 20 years and clearly not giving any shits is despicable. I do not want to defend these actions in any manner. These men have done disgusting things, and the fact that Snyder has let them slide and persist for all this time is plain gross. This is a question about human decency and respect: do you respect your fellow person enough that you control what you say around them? That you think before you act? Clearly the Washington Football team has not cared about its female employees nearly enough. This is hurtful for everyone, male, female, non-binary, whatever. Please, just consider your fellow person when you are living your life. This is not hard.
 
 

Projected Lineup and Position Groups

 
Offense:
QB1: Dwayne Haskins
QB2: Kyle Allen
This should be Dwayne Haskins year to fully realize himself as a starting quarterback in the NFL. While I love watching his sexy instagram workouts, I can only get so worked up before needing to see the real deal. Since being thrown into the fray last year, we saw Dwayne progress in his decision making, but keep improvements in accuracy, particularly throwing mechanics, should be a focus this year. Even with a...subpar supporting cast (more on that later), this should be Simba's year to break out, or at least show that he is worthy of his first round draft selection.
I don't expect Allen or even Alex Smith (if he has recovered enough, which I am doubtful of) to give Haskins a run for his money. While Rivera has never stated he is sold on Haskins, do not think any other QB will start this season (barring injury.) Washington is committed, at least for this year, to Dwayne Haskins.
 
RB1: Adrian Peterson/Derrius Guice
RB3: Antonio Gibson
It is really a toss-up here whether or not AD or Guice starts, but if history is cyclical then Peterson will get the nod soon enough. I really want Guice to do well, and when he has not been injured he has done fairly well. However, I have little hope that his knees keep holding up, especially considering how much we may need to rely on our run game this year.
Peterson is old, but has shown to be consistent enough when we have a semblance of an offensive line. Our run game is decent, definitely not the worst in the league, but could be close to it. I imagine Gibson may fulfill the role of a receiver back, catching out of the backfield or taking hand-offs. He is bigger than Chris Thompson, but elusive enough that I could see some similarity in usage, especially as a rookie.
 
TE1: Jeremy Sprinkle
TE2: Richard Rogers, Logan Thomas
TE3: Thaddeus Moss
Sprinkle gets the nod here as the number one due to his experience in DC, but as the new regime is in town this is really anyone's game. Stat-wise Rogers and Thomas are relatively consistent, and while Moss has the obvious name recognition he is not even a lock to make the current roster. Sprinkle has always been subpar as a pass catcher, decent as blocker and not much else. Hopefully someone here breaks out or a trade swings through, otherwise this is one of our worst position groups on the roster.
 
WR1: Terry McLaurin
WR2: Steven Sims Jr.
WR3: Antonio Gandy-Golden/Cody Latimer
WR4: Trey Quinn
"McLaurin and then everybody else" is the best way to sum up our receiving unit. Scary Terry is once again our biggest threat and should have just as good if not a better year than 2019 as Haskins' accuracy issues (hopefully) clear up. I Like Sims Jr. as a returner, but his results as a receiver have been inconsistent. Perhaps he could be used similarly to Antonio Gibson, as I see him getting end around hand offs having big success. Gandy-Golden looks promising, but small school talent can be hard to adapt to the NFL. Latimer is a solid depth signing, and I am very unsure if Trey Quinn is worth his roster spot. While I mentioned the Tight End group being poor, this group is equal in that regard. Hopefully our run game can carry once again.
 
LT: Geron Christian Sr.
LG: Wes Schweitzer
C: Chase Roullier
RG: Brandon Scherff
RT: Morgan Moses
Scherff is a bright spot on this mediocre group, but he has had some penalty troubles and the contract situation for him is still unclear as for the future. Geron Christian should hopefully start and have improved since last year, and Schweitzer seems to be a decent signing. I like Rouiller under center for now. Saahdiq Charles and Keith Ismael could both become starters, but I have a feeling Rivera will not want to throw them into the fire early on. Overall I'd categorize this group as "eh?" and hope that our RBs can find enough holes. Haskins has also been improving his mobile game so escapability could be a needed factor with this line.
 
4-3 Defense:
LDE1: Chase Young
LDT: Matt Ioannidis
RDT: Daron Payne
RDE: Montez Sweat
This is by far the best position group on the entire roster. Calling these four the only starters is somewhat a misnomer, as Rivera and Del Rio will be frequently subbing in and out many linemen. Kerrigan and Jon Allen should still have large roles, but these are my choices based on durability and past success. Chase Young should be a stud, and I have heard him having between 10-15 sacks this year. Ioannidis has been a 5th round gem for us, leading the team in sacks last year. Payne and Sweat are both young and have shown some success, and I am hopeful they can both remain at worst starter level linemen. If our line is not getting after QBs like crazy this year, some big questions will need to be raised.
 
WLB: Cole Holcomb, Josh Harvey-Clemons
MLB: Jon Bostic, Thomas Davis
SLB: Ryan Anderson
While not as impressive as the linemen, our LB core is still a solid group. Thomas Davis brings in some leadership to an otherwise young group. Ryan Anderson will finally be playing in his natural position as a 4-3 LB. Both Bostic and Holcomb were impressive last year, though I am hoping their coverage (particularly Holcomb's) could improve. Harvey-Clemons is good for our depth, and solid rotation player. Overall not a flashy group, but should get the job done with the pressure all being up front.
 
CB1: Kendall Fuller
CB2: Ronald Darby, Greg Stroman
CB3: Fabian Moreau, Jimmy Moreland
FS: Sean Davis
SS: Landon Collins
The only unquestionable starters here are Fuller and Collins, and even Collins has been looking down as of recent. My dark-horse candidate is Jimmy Moreland, who impressed in last years preseason before being hidden or unnoticeable during the regular season. Moreau is decent, and Sean Davis is as good as Montae Nicholson ever was (especially considering his legal issues.) The loss of Quinton Dunbar is not sad whatsoever, and while his play was above-average, his robbery skills are very poor. This is the biggest whole in the defense by far, and my guess is that our team will ride or die by this secondary. If the front 7 is doing what it can to apply pressure, there will be some slack here. However, do not be surprised if next years writeup has many different players here.
 
Special Teams:
K: Dustin Hopkins
P: Tress Way
KR: Steven Sims Jr.
PR: Steven Sims Jr.
I want Tress Way to have my children so that they will be blessed with his punting genes. After a couple years of flying under the radar, Way was finally recognized in 2019 with a Pro Bowl and Second-team All-Pro nod. I am upset that Brett Kern got the nod over him for First-team, but the recognition is still appreciated. Hopkins is decent, though he does have a tendency to miss some close kicks (cough vs. Bengals in London cough), but he has provided stability to kicking for years now. Sims emerged last year as our return man, and with him bringing us our first return touchdown since 2015, I'll let him stay. Perhaps Gibson will try returning as well, who knows.
 
 

Schedule Prediction

 
Home against the Eagles: Loss
3 out of the past 4 years Washington has lost its openers, with two of those loses being against the Eagles themselves. Be ready for growing pains with a new name, coaching staff, and supporting cast. This season is not gonna get any easier.
 
Away against the Cardinals: Loss
This game could be a close one, but the Cardinals seem to be on the up with Kyler and Kingsbury. There air raid will be too much for the DC secondary, especially playing in Arizona.
 
Away against the Browns: Win
It's the Browns for god sake. Josh Norman had a game winning pick a couple years back for us against them. Sure, their QB was Cody Kessler, but different year same stories. No more Freddie Kitchens, still the same Browns.
 
Home against the Ravens: Loss
It's the Ravens. Enough said.
 
Home against the Rams: Loss
McVay and Co. should have our number here. Even without Gurley the Rams passing attack should be enough to take us down. The real downfall of our team is the secondary, that should be a pattern to notice. I'd like to believe in a Haskins comeback win here, but who knows.
 
Away against the Giants: Loss
Going into the Meadowlands, I expect a game similar to the late OT thriller of last season, with the Daniel Jones reigning supreme again. Saquon will distract our defense enough that number one receiver... Sterling Shepard will bust us up. Clap man Garett gets us again.
 
Home against the Cowboys: Win
Come on now, it's the Cowboys. Dak is overpaid, blah blah blah. Coming back home and wanting to prove ourselves after a crippling loss last week, I think Simba can pull off a nice home win here.
 
Home against the Giants: Win
Revenge game of the 2019 QBs, and this time Haskins will stay on top. Expect a nice performance from McLaurin, and Chase Young destroying Mr. Jones.
 
Away against the Lions: Win
I'm praying that Chase Young is able to get after Stafford enough that he does not pull a come back against us here, but I expect this game to be close as well. Perhaps Okudah has a pick six, why not.
 
Home against the Bengals: Win
Haskins vs. Burrow. Burrow vs. Young. A bonafide 2019 tank-bowl matchup. I feel we have the upper hand here, but really this game should be a shit show. Should be juicy though.
 
Away against the Cowboys: Loss
Playing in Jerry World is ass, though I'll never forget Colt McCoy leading us to victory on Monday night. No way in hell we go 2-0 against the Cowboys, so mark this down as a loss.
 
Away against the Steelers: Loss
Big Ben is back and can run around in the pocket, meaning even with ample pressure his offense will do better than ours.
 
Away against the 49ers: Loss
It's the Niners, and they mean business. Last year's game was a 9-0 snoozefest for some reason, so I'm guessing this one will be 30-27 shootout. Should be fun to see a potential Trent Williams vs. Chase Young matchup.
 
Home against the Seahawks: Loss
Russell Wilson.
 
Home against the Panthers: Win
Rivera fights his old team and...wins?? Yep, even with Teddy B I feel our defense will keep us afloat. Shaq Thompson is scary, but I am not particularly afraid of Donte Jackson and Eli Apple... Haskins will now probably throw three picks.
 
Away against the Eagles: Win
Ending the season on a positive note, what?? Yes, this one may be a stretch. However, if the Eagles are in the number one spot, my guess is that they would rest their starters against ours. Then again, I have no clue who will win the East so your guess is as best as mine. At any rate, I am ready to 100 percent lockdown Wentz this game, maybe.
 
Final record: 7-9, miss the playoffs, 3rd in NFC East
In my book, this would be an OK first year for Rivera. Coming in with so many green players and an entirely new system can lend itself to mediocrity, but building off of this year is crucial in my book to finally escaping out of the limbo which Washington has played in since Snyder bought the team in 1999.
Draft wise, this should set us up for a pick between...12-15? A solid early/mid-first, probably drafting a receiver, tight end, or secondary player depending on who pans out this year.
 
 

Training Camp Battles to watch

 
  • Wide Receivers:
Like previously mentioned, it is unclear who will be receivers 2 and 3 behind McLaurin. Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims Jr. emerged as early contenders, but as noted earlier Harmon tore his ACL. Latimer was ok last year on the Giants, but can he beat out Gandy-Golden or Sims Jr. at the top of the chart. I believe players such as Trey Quinn, Cam Sims, Johnathon Johnson and Isaiah Wright are all fighting for a roster space, so seeing them as starters is extremely unlikely. Predicted Winners: Antonio Gandy-Golden and Steven Sims Jr.
 
  • Tight Ends:
This whole roster spot is a toss up. I truly am hoping that Sprinkle gets a kick in the rear to elevate or somebody else steps up, as he was far from a special talent last year. His name makes sense, as he was only able to Sprinkle in a few catches from Haskins and Keenum throughout 2019. Both Richard Rogers and Logan Thomas aren't impressive, so the hope for fans is that Thad Moss or an unknown player such as Marcus Baugh is able to claim the spot. No matter who wins here, the position will be weak. Predicted Winner: Jeremy Sprinkle
 
  • Cornerback:
The battle here lies between all players not named Fuller or Darby. Known Redskins names such as Fabian Moreau, Greg Stroman, Jimmy Moreland, and Danny Johnson are all fighting to be the number 3 corner or remain on the roster in a bench role. I feel at most one of these players will be cut, but overall secondary job security should remain steady for 95 percent of Washington players. Predicted Winner: Fabian Moreau
 
 

Offensive and Defensive Schemes

Offense:
One of the points I've read stressed about Scott Turner is his ability to fit the offense for the QB. As this will be his first full time OC job, it is unclear exactly what schemes he plans to run, but I assume it will be up to date with the fast and mobile trends of stat and data driven offenses today. Perhaps we shall see some similarities to his father, who utilized both Air Coryell and spread techniques in Carolina.
 
Defense: Base 4-3, 4-3 Under
As mentioned before, Del Rio and Rivera are shifting our defense from a 3-4 of the past to a 4-3. This should help our rush game significantly, with players such as Ryan Anderson and Chase Young being able to fit in the scheme quite naturally, For more in depth coverage, be sure to read this Hog's Haven post which will explain it more in depth.  
 
Thanks for reading! Let me know your thoughts down below. Agree, disagree? This was my first year writing, so I hope it was bearable to read!
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2020.07.07 18:38 Memph5 Most successful songwriters of all time on the Hot 100.

I recently finished (and updated) a project I've been working on about the top Hot 100 songwriters of all time.
Just like Billboard's weekly and year end songwriters chart, this takes into account both the position and number of weeks charting, and then splits the points for each song equally among all of the officially credited songwriters.
This takes into account every Hot 100 chart from the first one in 1958 up to the July 4, 2020 dated chart.
I used ASCAP and BMI as my main source for songwriting credits, and in the rare cases where that information was not available in their databases, I cross-referenced other sources like Spotify's songwriting credits, discogs and 45cat.

1 Diane Warren - 89,698
2 Babyface - 81,075
3 Paul McCartney - 72,393
4 Max Martin - 71,901
5 R Kelly - 61,842
6 Prince - 59,421
7 John Lennon - 57,601
8 Stevie Wonder - 49,489
9 Lionel Richie - 47,083
10 Taylor Swift - 45,915
11 Smokey Robinson - 44,967
12 Neil Diamond - 41,117
13 Michael Jackson - 39,249
14 Billy Joel - 38,664
15 Barry Gibb - 37,960
16 Curtis Mayfield - 37,896
17 Terry Lewis & Jimmy Jam Harris - 36,950 (tie)
19 Burt Bacharach - 35,778
20 Paul Simon - 35,203
21 Dr. Luke - 34,564
22 Elton John - 33,705
23 Sting - 33,673
24 Carole King - 33,387
25 Hal David - 32,665
26 Pharrell Williams - 32,344
27 Phil Collins - 31,846
28 Timbaland - 31,804
29 Drake - 31,382
30 Bruce Springsteen - 31,092
31 Bernie Taupin - 30,930
32 Gerry Goffin - 30,582
33 George Michael - 30,341
34 Eddie Holland - 29,821
35 Norman Whitfield - 29,514
36 Kenny Gamble - 29,167
37 Brian Holland - 29,100
38 Ryan Tedder - 28,580
39 Leon Huff - 28,224
40 Lamont Dozier - 27,944
41 Shellback - 27,655
42 Robert Mutt Lange - 27,604
43 Madonna - 27,255
44 James Brown - 26,827
45 Richard Marx - 26,662
46 Sam Cooke - 26,565
47 Paul Anka - 26,480
48 Barry Mann - 26,403
49 Rob Thomas - 25,776
50 Robin Gibb - 25,522
51 Jermaine Dupri - 25,428
52 T.E. Hermansen & M.S. Eriksen - 24,969 (tie)
54 Jeff Lynne - 24,763
55 John Mellencamp - 24,602
56 Cynthia Weil - 24,588
57 Mick Jagger - 24,258
58 Daryl Hall - 24,086
59 Lil Wayne - 23,723
60 Bob Dylan - 23,677
61 Mariah Carey - 22,899
62 Benny Blanco - 22,819
63 Keith Richards - 22,289
64 Jim Steinman - 21,846
65 Ed Sheeran - 21,498
66 Rod Temperton - 20,935
67 Howard Greenfield - 20,565
68 Neil Sedaka - 20,235
69 Bob Seger - 19,290
70 Kal Mann - 19,145
71 Jeff Barry - 18,954
72 David Foster - 18,904
73 John D Loudermilk - 18,831
74 Daryl Simmons - 18,291
75 Jon Bon Jovi - 18,268
76 Ludacris - 17,997
77 Chuck Berry - 17,964
78 John Fogerty - 17,923
79 David Gates - 17,839
80 Beyonce - 17,829
81 Maurice Gibb - 17,791
82 Brian Wilson - 17,782
83 Scott Storch - 17,654
84 Bob Crewe - 17,564
85 Jay-Z - 17,560
86 Akon - 17,411
87 Savan Kotecha - 17,294
88 Sly Stone - 17,284
89 Calvin Harris - 17,175
90 Berry Gordy - 17,156
91 Kanye West - 17,124
92 Alicia Keys - 17,028
93 Barrett Strong - 16,810
94 Barry White - 16,761
95 Jerry Leiber - 16,753
96 Bryan Adams - 16,689
97 Justin Timberlake - 16,670
98 will.i.am - 16,621
99 Ne-Yo - 16,573
100 Chad Hugo - 16,553
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2020.05.02 23:03 nirbateman Looking for wants

Hey guys, I accumulated quiet a bit of wants and I would like to find most or all of them, so if you have one or more of those, I would love to hear from you! You can PM me here.
Audio wants
Assassins 1992, London Anthony Barclay -- Balladeer, Paul Bentley -- Pres. Gerald Ford, Cathryn Bradshaw -- Lynette (Squeaky) Fromme, Michael Cantwell -- John Hinckley, Jack Ellis -- Leon Czolgosz, Michelle Fine, David Firth -- John Wilkes Booth, Louise Gold -- Sara Jane Moore, Henry Goodman -- Charles Guiteau, Paul Harrhy -- Giuseppe Zangara, Ciaran Hinds -- Samuel Byck, Sue Kelvin -- Emma Goldman, The Paul Bentley -- Proprietor, Gareth Snook -- James Blaine, Kevin Walton -- David Herold *Soundboard

Camelot - 1/5/63 OBC Closing Night Julie Andrews (Guinevere), Robert Goulet (Lancelot), Richard Burton (Arthur), Roddy McDowal (Mordred)

A Chorus Line - 5/23/75 New York Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 12, 1975 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Robert LuPone (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Shelia), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland (Judy), Don Percassi (Al), Renne Baughman (Kristine), Michael Stuart (Greg), Pam Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 25, 1975 ~ Broadway Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line April 24, 1976 ~ Broadway Robert LuPone (Zach), Clive Clerk (Larry), Ron Kuhlman (Don), Kay Cole (Maggie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Baayork Lee (Connie), Michael Stuart (Greg), Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Patricia Garland (Judy), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Don Percassi (Al), Renee Baughman (Kristine), Pamela Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana)

A Chorus Line - 3/31/79 London closing night Petra Siniawski (Cassie), Geoffrey Webb (Zach), Wendy Baldock (Sheila), Graham Turner (Paul), Diane Langton (Diana), Linda Williams (Val), Leslie Meadows (Bobby), Jeffery Shankley (Al), Jo-Anne Robinson (Kristine), Richard Lloyd-King (Richie), Liz Bagley (Connie), Mark White (Mike), Judy Gridley (Judy), Nina Caie (Bebe), Susan Claire (Maggie), Lance Aston (Don), Peter Barry (Mark), Christopher Molloy (Greg), John Chester (Larry), Martin Baker (Roy), Thom Booker (Butch), Rachel Izen (Tricia), Peter Loury (Tom), June Ingrahm (Lois), Juliet Naylor (Vicki), Tracie Hart (Liza), Carla Farnsworth Webb (Paula), Julie Collins (Wendy)

A Chorus Line September 29, 1983 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie, Ann Rienking, Cheryl Clark, Vicki Fredrick, Deborah Henry, Angelique Ilo, Wanda Richert, Ann Louise Schaut, Pam Sousa (Cassie), Eivind Harum, Joe Bennett (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Sammy Williams, Tommy Agulair, Rene Clemente, Steve Crenshaw, Drew Geraci, Wayne Melendandri, Evan Pappas, George Pesaturo, Sam Viverito, Timpthy Wahrer (Paul), Priscilla Lopez, Chikae Ishikawa (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee, Jennifer Ann Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland, Sandahl Bergman (Judy), Don Percassi, Scott Plank (Al), Renne Baughman, Kerry Casserly (Kristine), Michael Stuart, Justin Ross (Greg), Karen Jablons, DeLee Lively, Mitzi Hamilton (Val), Cameron Mason, Timothy Scott (Mark), Terri Klausner (Bebe), Ronald Dennis, Gordon Owens (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman, David Thomé (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry), The Current New York Company, The International Company, The National Company, The Bus & Truck Company, The Las Vegas Company, The Chicago Company and the Foreign Companies A gala performance featuring almost every cast member from every major production since 1975. Became the longest running musical in Broadway History on this date, and would hold that title until 2000 SOUNDBOARD

Evita London July 1978 Elaine Paige (Eva Perón), David Essex (Ché), Joss Ackland (Juan Perón), Siobhan McCarthy (Mistress), Mark Ryan (Magaldi) (Not the one with the last track patched from the album)

Evita 1980-01-22 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Elaine Paige (Eva Peron), John Turner (Peron), Gary Bond (Che)

Evita 1980-04-05 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Marti Webb (Eva Perón), Gary Bond (Ché), John Turner (Perón), Mark Ryan (Magaldi), Siobahn McCarthy (Perón's Mistress)

Follies February 20, 1971 ~ Boston (First Preview) Dorothy Collins, John McMartin, Gene Nelson, Alexis Smith, Yvonne DeCarolo Musical Numbers with some dialogue, Highlights Only.

Follies April 1972 ~ Broadway (Opening Night, Colonial Theatre, Original Broadway Production) Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Dorothy Collins (Sally), Gene Nelson (Buddy), John McMartin (Ben), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta), Ethel Shutta (Hattie), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange), Justine Johnson (Heidi).Follies April 5, 1972 (Matinee) Young Phyllis — Alexandra Borrie;Young Ben — John Johann; Dmitri Weissman — Edwin Steffe (understudy); Emily Whitman — Camila Ashland; Theodore Whitman — Ted Lawrie; Christine Crane — Jan Clayton; Kevin — David Roman; Willy Wheeler — Donald Weissmuller; Meredith Lane — Marion Marlowe; Sandra Donovan — Sonja Levkova

Follies September 1972 ~ Los Angeles Janet Blair (Sally), Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Edward Winter (Ben), Gene Nelson (Buddy), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta Campion), Ethel Shutta (Hattie Walker), Justine Johnston (Heidi Schiller), Mary McCarty (Stella Deems), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange LaFitte), Marti Rolph (Young Sally/Young Heidi), Suzanne Rogers (Young Phyllis), Kurt Peterson (Young Ben), Harvey Evans (Young Buddy), Camila Ashland (Emily Whitman), Ted Lawrie (Theodore Whitman), Helon Blount (DeeDee West), Sonja Levkova (Sandra Donovan), Terry Saunders (Meredith Lane), Jan Clayton (Christine Crane), Patrick Spohn (Vincent), Jayne Turner (Vanessa), Edwin Steffe (Dimitri Weissman), Michael Bartlett (Roscoe), John J. Martin (Max Deems), Joel Craig (Willy Wheeler), Roy Barry (Kevin), Candace Cooke (Roscoe's daughter), Jacqueline Payne (Young Hattie), David Evans (Young Vincent), Margot Travers (Young Vanessa), Joseph Nelson (Major-Domo), John Grigas (Chauffeur)

Follies July 1977 ~ Milwaukee, MI Dorothy Collins (Sally), Anne Jeffreys (Phyllis), Jack Washburn (Ben), Ted Lawrie (Buddy), Jill Corey (Carlotta Campion), Dorsey Vogt (Hattie Walker), Janet Baxter Peltz (Heidi Schiller), Honey Sanders (Stella Deems), Jo Fischer (Solange LaFitte), Alice Cannon (Young Sally), Kathy Taylor (Young Phyllis), Kevin Daly (Young Ben), Frank Root (Young Buddy), Marianne Challis (Young Heidi), Julie Jenner (Emily Whitman), Betty Wragge (Thea Whitman), David Curry (Vincent), Irma Curry (Vanessa), Paul Albrecht (Dimitri Weissman), Clyde Laurents (Roscoe), Cris Groenendaal (Max Deems), Joe Billone (Kevin), Gary Barker (Chauffeur), Jeanne Krempp (Young Carlotta), Diane Nicole (Young Hattie), Mib Bramlette (Young Stella), Judith Ann Conte (Young Solange), Ruth Anne McCoy (Young Emily), Jan Wahl (Young Thea)

Follies 1985 ~ Manchester Mary Millar (Sally), Josephine Blake (Phyllis), Kevin Colson (Ben), Bill Bradley (Buddy), Jeannie Harris (Carlotta Campion), Chili Bouchier (Hattie Walker), Betty Benfield (Heidi Schiller), Meg Johnson (Stella Deems), Monica Dell (Solange LaFitte), Liz Izen (Young Sally), Debbie Snook (Young Phyllis), Stephen Hale (Young Ben), Paul Burton (Young Buddy0, Meryl Richardson (Young Heidi), Shirley Greenwood (Emily Whitman), Bryan Burdon (Theodore Whitman), Peter Honri (Vincent), Marie Lorraine (Vanessa), David Scase (Dimitri Weismann), Joseph Powell (Roscoe), Les Want (Max Deems), Lorraine Croft (Young Stella), Mitch Sebastian (Young Vincent), Kim Ismay (Young Vanessa), Linda Jane Holmes (Francesca), David Morgan-Young (Kevin), Anthony O’Driscoll (Chauffeur), Anthony Thomas James (Photographer)

Guys and Dolls Revival 1992 ~ Broadway Peter Gallagher (Sky Masterson), Nathan Lane (Nathan Detroit), Faith Prince (Miss Adelaide), Josie de Guzman (Sarah Brown), Walter Bobbie (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Eleanor Glockner (Agatha) SOUNDBOARD

Gypsy - Broadway - 1974 Angela Lansbury, Zan Charisse, Rex Robbins

Hello Dolly - Broadway - December 27, 1970 - Closing Night Ethel Merman, Jack Goode, Russell Nype, June Helmers, Danny Lockin, Georgia Engel

Hello Dolly - Broadway - 1978 Carol Channing (Dolly Gallagher Levi), Eddie Bracken (Horace Vandergelder), Florence Lacey (Irene Molloy), Lee Roy Reams (Cornelius Hackl), Robert Lydiard (Barnaby Tucker), Alexandra Korey (Minnie Fay), K.T. Baumann (Ermengarde), Michael C. Booker (Ambrose Kemper), Johan Anania (Rudolph), P.J. Nelson (Ernestina)

Into the Woods March 17 1993 - Sydney Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

Into the Woods March 28, 2012 - Baltimore Lauren Kennedy (Witch), Jeffry Denman (Narrator), Erik Liberman (Baker), Danielle Ferland (Baker's Wife), Jenny Latimer (Cinderella), Justin Scott Brown (Jack), Cheryl Stern (Jack's Mother), Dana Steingold (Little Red Ridinghood), Nik Walker (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Britney Coleman (Rapunzel), Robert Lenzi (Rapunzel's Prince/Cinderella's Father), Alma Cuervo (Cinderella's StepmotheGrandmotheGiant), Nikka Lanzarone (Florinda), Eleni Delopoulos (Lucinda), Jeremy Lawrence (Steward/Mysterious Man) Nice to have an audio of Danielle Ferland (the original Little Red Ridinghood on Broadway) as the Baker's Wife. She's amazing in "Moments in the Woods"!

La Cage Aux Folles - London - July 24, 2009 Philip Quast, Roger Allam, Nolan Frederick, Ben Deery, Alicia Davies, Tracie Bennett, Iain Mitchell, Abigail McKern, Adrian Der Gregorian, Scott Spreadbury, Matt Krzan, Nicolas Cunningham, Darren Carnall, Gary Murphy, Ben Bunce, Leanne Harwood, Robert Maskell

Little Shop Of Horrors The Comedy Theatre London 12th August 1985 Seymour - Barry James, Mushnik - Harry Towb, Audrey - Claire Moore, Orin and others - David Burt, Crystal - Nicola Blackman, Ronnette - Dawn Hope, Chiffon - Shezwae Powell, Audrey II - Gary Martin Notes: The track with "The Meek Shall Inherit" contains the following scene which includes "Somminex" and "Somewhere That's Green (Reprise)."

A Little Night Music January 23, 1973 ~ Boston (Opening night) George Lee Andrews, Len Cariou, Despo, Patricia Elliott, Beth Fowler, Hermione Gingold, Laurence Guittard, Garn Stephens, Glynis Johns, Judy Kahan, Mark Lambert, Barbara Lang, Victoria Mallory, Teri Ralston, Benjamin Rayson, Elaine Tomkinson, Gene Varrone

A Little Night Music October 17, 1995 ~ London Judi Dench (Desirée Armfeldt), Siân Phillips (Madame Armfeldt), Laurence Guittard (Fredrik Egerman), Joanna Riding (Anne Egerman), Brendan O'Hea (Henrik Egerman), Lambert Wilson (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm), Patricia Hodge (Countess Charlotte Malcolm), Issy van Randwyck (Petra), Claire Cox (Fredrika), Di Botcher, Louise Reckon-Richards, Kate Dyson, Tim Godwin, Sylvia Griffin, Stephen Hanley, Paul Kynman, Joe Maddison, John Owen-Jones, Ernestina Quarcoo, Morag McLaren

Oliver! January 1965 ~ Chicago Ronny Kroll (Oliver Twist), Davey Jones (The Artful Dodger), Robin Ramsey (Fagin), Judy Bruce (Nancy), Danny Sewell (Bill Sykes), Alan Crofoot (Mr. Bumble), Bram Nossen (Mr. Brownlow), Dawna Shove (Widow Corney), John Miranda (Mr. Sowerberry), Ruth Maynard (Mrs. Sowerberry)

On the Town 1971 ~ Broadway Ron Husmann (Gabey), Jess Richards (Chip), Remak Ramsay (Ozzie), Donna McKechnie (Ivy Smith), Phyllis Newman (Claire De Loone), Bernadette Peters (Hildy), Tom Avera (Pitkin), Marilyn Cooper (Lucy Schmeeler), Fran Stevens (Maude P. Dilly)

Promises, Promises - 1968 Broadway soundboard Jerry Orbach (Chuck Baxter), Jill O'Hara (Fran Kubelick)

Rebecca Caine: No, No, Cosette - London - March 25, 2012 Rebecca reveals her dark side. Music by Blitzstein, Vernon Duke, Turnage, Ravenhill/Offenbach, Kern, Porter, Novello, Yeston, Coward and more. With Nathan Martin on piano.

Rocky Horror June 22, 1991, London Anthony Head (Frank N Furter), Craig Ferguson (Brad Majors), Zalie Burrow (Janet Weiss), Tim Whitnall (Riff Raff), Kate O'Sullivan (The Usherette/Magenta), Vicky Licorish (Columbia), Ivan Kaye (Dr. Scott/Eddie), Adam Caine (Rocky), Peter Bayliss (The Narrator), Ian Good (Phantom), Julia Hampson (Phantom), Penelope McGhie (Phantom), Paul Reeves (Phantom), Stephen Thiebault (Phantom), Mark Turnbull (Phantom) *Final performance

Sunday in the Park with George 1990 West End Phillip Quast (George), Maria Friedman (Dot/Marie), Sheila Ballantine (Old Lady/Blair Daniels), Nuala Willis (Nurse/Harriet Pawling), Michael O'Connor (Franz/Dennis), Nicolas Colicos (A SoldieAlex), Gary Raymond (Jules/Bob Greenberg), Nyree Dawn Porter (Yvonne/Naomi Eisen), Michael Attwell (A Boatman/Lee Randolph), Megan Kelly (Celeste #1), Clare Burt (Celeste #2/Betty), Aneirin Huws (Louis), Di Botcher (Frieda/Elaine), Ellen van Schuylenburch (Woman Looking for a Glove), Barry Atkinson (Man Playing the Horn), Matt Zimmerman (Mr./Charles Redmond), Vivienne Martin (Mrs./Billie Webster), Buffy Davis (A Waitress), Simon Fielder (A Photographer) -Tracked

Sweeney Todd (Broadway Revival: 1989) Bob Gunton (Sweeney Todd), Beth Fowler (Ms. Lovett), Jim Walton (Anthony), Gretchen Kinglsey (Johanna), David Barron (Judge Turpin), Micahel McCarty (Beadle Bamford), Eddie Korbich (Tobias), SuEllen Estey (Beggar Woman), Bill Nabel (Pirelli)

Sweeney Todd - Melbourne, Australia - June 21, 2019 Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley

West Side Story - Scandinavian tour - Copenhagen, Denmark - March 16, 1962 - Soundboard David Holliday (Tony), Jill Martin (Maria), Carole Gray (Anita), Rikki Septimus (Bernardo), Gordon Wales (Riff)

Video wants
Anything Goes London -- July 17, 2004 Sally Ann Triplett, John Barrowman, Martin Marquez, Simon Day, Mary Stockley, Susan Tracey, Rachel Stanley Amazing quality with a lot of close-ups! Almost look like it's a proshot! 2 DVDs

Assassins 12/21/90 ~ New York Victor Garber,Terrence Mann, Jonathan Hadary, Lee Wilkof, Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Patrick Cassidy, Greg Germann From Playwrights Horizons; one head in the way and filmed from very close; upgraded copy with clearer picture and sound; a very nice video A
Into The Woods Nancy Dussault (Witch), Cynthia Sikes (Baker's Wife), Chip Zien (Baker), Kim Crosby (Cinderella), Edmund Lyndeck (NarratoMysterious Man), Robert Westenberg (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Ben Wright (Jack), Barbara Bryne (Jack's Mother), LuAnne Ponce (Little Red), Marin Mazzie (Rapunzel), Dean Butler (Rapunzel's Prince), Merle Louise (Cinderella's MotheGranny/Giant), Joy Franz (Stepmother), Kay McClelland (Florinda), Teresa Burrell (Lucinda), Adam Grupper (Steward) Complete recording of Nancy Dussault in the role of the witch. The recording looks like it was professionally shot with one camera, maybe for media purposes. It is completely watchable, but unfortunately there is a decent amount of generational loss. File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1989, Broadway Betsy Joslyn, Dick Cavett, Chip Zien, Chuck Wagner, Barbara Bryne, Ben Wright, Danielle Ferland, Kim Crosby Broadway Highlights nicely filmed, about an hour's worth of footage; Cavett was still new and didn’t know all of the lines yet. A little dark at times, but good quality overall! File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1993 ~ Wytenshaw, England Caroline O'Conner, Grania Renihan, Glyn Kerslake, Charles Foster, Fenton Gray, Barry James, Di Botcher, Lindsey Dawson Very well filmed, extremely clear video. Almost looks pro shot with nice closeups and good sound A

Into The Woods 1993, Sydney, Australia Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

A Little Night Music 1995 ~ London Dame Judi Dench, Joanna Riding, Siân Phillips, Issy Van Randwyk, Patricia Hodge Highlights of this legendary, amazing production from the National Theatre, London; some generation loss but nice video with good sound and some closeups, shaky. B+

Merrily We Roll Along 1981 ~ Broadway (Lonny Price, Jim Walton,Ann Morrison, Jason Alexander) UPGRADED!!! Amazing video considering its age, great sound A

Miss Saigon 1989 ~ London Lea Salonga, Jonathan Pryce, Simon Bowman, Claire Moore, Peter Polycarpou, Keith Burns From the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Act I is highlights only with an almost complete Act II. Generation loss and spotlight washout but watchable and clear sound B

Nine 1982 ~ Broadway Raul Julia, Anita Morris, Karen Akers Very old, good for its time, picture is grainy, good close-ups Upgraded video with commerical from Anita Morris at start explaining that about her censored scene from the show; better video A

Noises Off 1983 ~ Broadway Dorothy Louden, Victor Garber, Brian Murray, Linda Thornson, Paxton Whitehead, Deborah Rush, Jim Piddock, Douglas Seale, Amy Wright Nicely filmed from the balcony, with occasional heads at the bottom of the frame. Surprisingly good considering it's age, but some slight generational loss. A-

Nymph Errant London -- 1989 Kaye Ballard, Andrea McArdle, Alexis Smith, Larry Kert, Lisa Kirk, Patrice Munsel, Maureen McGovern, Liliane Montevecchi Star-studded London concert presentation of the rarely seen Cole Porter musical. Some slight generation loss, but a very good quality video with excellent zooms.

Rocky Horror Picture Show 1990 Piccadilly Theatre, London. Mary Maddox (Usherette/Magenta), Gina Bellman (Janet), Adrian Edmondson (Brad), Jonathan Adams (Narrator), Edward Tudor-Pole (Riff Raff), Linda Davidson (Columbia), Richard O'Brien/Tim McInnerny (Frank N Furter), Adam Caine (Rocky), Gordon Kennedy (Eddie/Dr Scott), Zalie Burrow, Ian Good, Kate O'Sullivan, Paul Reeves, Stephen Thiebault (Phantoms)

The Music Man 1980 ~ Broadway Revival Dick Van Dyke Camcorder video; some generation loss B

The Three Musketeers 11/17/84 ~ Broadway, Revival Brent Spiner, Ron Taylor, Chuck Wagner, Liz Callaway, Marianne Tatum Nicely filmed from the balcony of this show that closed after just 9 performances. Some generational loss; DVD also includes a TV review by Pia Lindstrom; nice video A-
Here is my list: https://musicalsforall.weebly.com/
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2020.05.01 12:53 Reddit_Books New Releases for May 2020

New Releases for May 2020

Data courtesy http://www.bookreporter.com
For more discussion, see the monthly New Releases post.
Title Author ReleaseDate
Audiobook
The Girl Who Lived Twice David Lagercrantz May 5, 2020
Autobiography
Dirt Bill Buford May 5, 2020
Hollywood Park Mikel Jollett May 5, 2020
Dad's Maybe Book Tim O'Brien May 12, 2020
The Shapeless Unease Samantha Harvey May 12, 2020
Here We Are Benjamin Taylor May 19, 2020
Stray Stephanie Danler May 19, 2020
Biography
James Monroe Tim McGrath May 5, 2020
More Than Love Natasha Gregson Wagner May 5, 2020
Lou Gehrig Lou Gehrig May 12, 2020
Fantasy
Shakespeare for Squirrels Christopher Moore May 12, 2020
Gather the Fortunes Bryan Camp May 19, 2020
Fiction
The Islanders Meg Mitchell Moore May 5, 2020
All Adults Here Emma Straub May 5, 2020
Shiner Amy Jo Burns May 5, 2020
Summer Longing Jamie Brenner May 5, 2020
The Index of Self-Destructive Acts Christopher R. Beha May 5, 2020
The Motion of the Body Through Space Lionel Shriver May 5, 2020
The Poison Flood Jordan Farmer May 5, 2020
My Kind of People Lisa Duffy May 12, 2020
The Summer Set Aimee Agresti May 12, 2020
A Children's Bible Lydia Millet May 12, 2020
Daughters of Smoke and Fire Ava Homa May 12, 2020
I'd Give Anything Marisa de los Santos May 12, 2020
Quotients Tracy O'Neill May 12, 2020
Sorry for Your Trouble Richard Ford May 12, 2020
On Ocean Boulevard Mary Alice Monroe May 19, 2020
The Silence Susan Allott May 19, 2020
A Week at the Shore Barbara Delinsky May 19, 2020
Black Flag David Ricciardi May 19, 2020
Brave Girl, Quiet Girl Catherine Ryan Hyde May 19, 2020
Wrath of Poseidon Clive Cussler May 26, 2020
All My Mother's Lovers Ilana Masad May 26, 2020
The Death of Jesus J.M. Coetzee May 26, 2020
Don't Turn Around Jessica Barry June 16, 2020
Historical Fiction
Old Lovegood Girls Gail Godwin May 5, 2020
Summer Darlings Brooke Lea Foster May 5, 2020
The Book of V. Anna Solomon May 5, 2020
The Imperfects Amy Meyerson May 5, 2020
The King’s Evil Andrew Taylor May 5, 2020
The Paris Hours Alex George May 5, 2020
Book of the Little Axe Lauren Francis-Sharma May 12, 2020
Katheryn Howard, the Scandalous Queen Alison Weir May 12, 2020
Rodham Curtis Sittenfeld May 19, 2020
To Wake the Giant Jeff Shaara May 19, 2020
The Jane Austen Society Natalie Jenner May 26, 2020
In the Lion's Den Barbara Taylor Bradford May 26, 2020
The City of Tears Kate Mosse May 26, 2020
History
The Wild Bunch W.K. Stratton May 5, 2020
The Hour of Fate Susan Berfield May 5, 2020
The Lincoln Conspiracy Brad Meltzer May 5, 2020
24 Willie Mays May 12, 2020
Mystery
The 20th Victim James Patterson May 4, 2020
This Side of Night J. Todd Scott May 5, 2020
Big Summer Jennifer Weiner May 5, 2020
Ghosts of Harvard Francesca Serritella May 5, 2020
Catherine House Elisabeth Thomas May 12, 2020
My Mother's House Francesca Momplaisir May 12, 2020
The Last Trial Scott Turow May 12, 2020
This Is How I Lied Heather Gudenkauf May 12, 2020
Street Music Timothy Hallinan May 14, 2020
Happy & You Know It Laura Hankin May 19, 2020
These Women Ivy Pochoda May 19, 2020
Furmidable Foes Rita Mae Brown May 19, 2020
The Good Stranger Dete Meserve May 19, 2020
Fair Warning Michael Connelly May 26, 2020
Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher May 26, 2020
Nonfiction
Funny Weather Olivia Laing May 12, 2020
Team of Five Kate Andersen Brower May 19, 2020
Romance
Family for Beginners Sarah Morgan May 5, 2020
Surfside Sisters Nancy Thayer May 5, 2020
Tiny Imperfections Alli Frank May 5, 2020
Hello, Summer Mary Kay Andrews May 5, 2020
Beach Read Emily Henry May 19, 2020
The Friendship List Susan Mallery May 26, 2020
Hideaway Nora Roberts May 26, 2020
Science Fiction
Little Eyes Samanta Schweblin May 5, 2020
Network Effect Martha Wells May 5, 2020
Short Stories
A Registry of My Passage upon the Earth Daniel Mason May 5, 2020
Thriller
A Good Marriage Kimberly McCreight May 5, 2020
Hard Cash Valley Brian Panowich May 5, 2020
The Paladin David Ignatius May 5, 2020
The Goodbye Man Jeffery Deaver May 12, 2020
Kill the King Sandrone Dazieri May 19, 2020
The Nemesis Manifesto Eric Van Lustbader May 19, 2020
The Sunday Girl Pip Drysdale May 19, 2020
The Wife Stalker Liv Constantine May 19, 2020
Unknown
Fight Like a Mother Shannon Watts May 5, 2020
Golf's Holy War Brett Cyrgalis May 5, 2020
Robert B. Parker's Grudge Match Mike Lupica May 5, 2020
How to Bury Your Brother Lindsey Rogers Cook May 12, 2020
Rigged D. P. Lyle May 19, 2020
Bombshell Stuart Woods May 26, 2020
Inland Tea Obreht May 26, 2020
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2020.04.12 05:30 Moon-KnightYT My personal list of MCU characters & teams

[ Official Marvel Characters In The MCU ] [ Earth 199999 ]
 Stan Lee 
Iron Man / Tony Stark War Machine / Iron Patriot / Rhodey Rescue / Pepper Stark / Potts Morgan H. Stark Happy Hogan Harley Keener Ho Yinsin Howard Stark Maria Stark Edwin Jarvis Ana Jarvis (Edwin's wife) J.A.R.V.I.S. F.R.I.D.A.Y. Gary ("Stark needs Gary") Goldstein (Tony's birthday DJ) Jesse (a Stark Industry's employee) Wu (a Chinese doctor Tony met) Christine Everhart (a reporter) Matthew Ellis (was the President) Gerald, The Alpaca (one of Tony's pet) Miriam Sharpe (griefing mom) E.J. (Harley's bully) Iron Monger / Obadiah Stane Raza Justin Hammer Hammer Drones Whiplash / Ivan Vanko Anton Vanko (Whiplash's father) Travor Slatory (the fake Mandarin) Aldrich Killian Eric Savin (a Killian henchman) Ellen Brandt (a Killian henchman) Maya Hansen (a Killian henchman) A.I.M. Ultron Ultron Sentries
Captain America / Steve Rogers Falcon / Captain America / Sam Wilson Winter Soldier / White Wolf Peggy Carter Sharon Carter Battlestar US Agent Dum Dum Dugan (Howling Com.) Jim Morita (Howling Com.) Gabriel Jones (Howling Com.) Jacques Dernier (Howling Com.) Happy Sam Sawyer (Howling Com.) Junior Juniper (Howling Com.) Pinky Pinkerton (Howling Com.) Montgomery Falsworth (Howling Com.) Senator Brandt (war bonds show guy) Riley (Sam's old Military friend) Daniel Sousa (Peggy's friend) Cernal Chester Phillips Michael Duffy (Military Sergeant) Dr. Erskine Red Skull HYDRA Arnim Zola Helmut Zemo Baron Von Strucker Jack Thompson Omega Red STRIKE Batroc The Leper Alexander Pierce Cross Bones Senator Stern (undercover Hydra dude) Jasper Sitwell (undercover Hydra dude) Jack Rollins (Hydra henchman) "Thunderbolts"
Hulk / Professor Hulk She-Hulk Betty Ross Ricky (Banner's dog) Leonard Samson (Betty's boyfriend) Abomination Samuel Sterns / The Leader General Thunderbolt Ross / Red Hulk
Thor Odinson Jane Foster / Thor Loki Odin Frigga Heimdall Valkyrie Korg Miek Bor (Odin's dad) Buri (The first king of Asgard) Beta Ray Bill Sera Lady Sif Volstagg (part of the Warriors Three) Fandral (part of the Warriors Three) Hogun (part of the Warriors Three) Aric Selvic Darcy Lewis Ian Boothby (the Intern) Richard (Jane's date) 'Giant Dwarfs' Eitri, The Giant Dwarf Agagorn (Valkyrie steed) 'Time Variet Authority' Lady Loki NoobMaster69 Kang The Conqueror 'Frost Giants' Laufey (leader of the Frost Giants) Hailstrum (a Frost Monster) The Destroyer 'Dark Elfs' Malekith, The Accursed One Kurse Korg (a different rock monster) Hella Skurge, The Executioner Fenris, The Wolf Surtur The Grandmaster Topaz (Grandmasters righthand girl) Carlo (Grandmasters cousin)
Black Widow / Natasha Romanoff Black Widow / Yelena Belova Red Guardian Rick Mason (former S.H.I.E.L.D. worker) Ivan Romanoff (Natasha's Dad) Madame B. (trained Natasha) Dreykov (controls the Red Room) Taskmaster Taskmaster's Henchmen Iron Maiden / Melina Vostokoff The Handler
Hawkeye / Ronin / Clint Barton Hawkeye / Kate Bishop Lucky, The Pizza Dog Laura Barton Cooper Barton (the oldest child) Lila Barton (the middle child) Nathaniel Barton (the youngest child) Akihiko (a Japanese mafia leader)
S.H.I.E.L.D. S.W.O.R.D. "Avengers" Nick Fury Maria Hill Phil Coulson Malinda May Daisy Johnson / Quake Leo Fitz Jemma Simmons-Fitz Mack MacKenzie Hope Mackenzie (Mack dead daughter) Mockingbird Lance Hunter Yo-Yo Deke Shaw Patriot / Jeffrey Mace Burrows (loyal to Mace) Flint Rosalind Price Luther Banks (was loyal to Prise) Eric Koenig (1/4 identical bros) Billy Koenig (1/4 identical bros) Sam Koenig (1/4 identical bros) Thurston Koenig (1/4 identical bros) Lincoln Campbell Deathlok Joey Gutierrez (Secret Warriors mem.) Robert Gonzales (killed by Jiaying) Alisha Whitley (worked for Jiaying) Robin Hinton Charles Hinton (Robins dad) Polly Hinton (Robins mom) "Chronicom" Enoch (a Chronicom) Noah (a Chronicom) Piper Anderson (assistant to Coulson) Victoria Hand Thomas (a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent) Davis (a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent) Will (only important in Se. 2 Ep. 5) Antoine Triplett General Rick Stoner ("hologram dude") Tony Caine / Candyman Doctor Radcliff Grant Ward Kebo (Ward's 2nd-in-command) Hive AIDA / Madame Hydra 'Kasius' Taryan Kasius (leader of the Lighthouse) Sinara (Kasius 2nd-in-command) Grill (Kasius dude) Lash Raina John Garrett / The Clairvoyant Jiaying Johnson (Daisy's mom) Calvin Johnson (Daisy's dad) Gordon (teleporting Inhuman) Graviton / Glenn Talbet The 'Remorath' Qovas (Remorath leader) General Hale Ruby Werner Von Strucker Absorbing Man Hellfire Ian Quinn (worked with Cybertex) Vin-Tax (Kree dude) "Cybertex" The "Watchdogs" Felix Blake (leader of the Watchdogs)
Spider-Man Ned Leeds M.J. Aunt May Uncle Ben Flass Thompson Betty Brant Mile Morales Liz Toomes Jason Ionello (School News kid) Mr. Harrington (Peters overall teacher) Mr. Dell (Peters other teacher) Mrs. Warren (Peters chemistry teacher) Coach Wilson (Peters Gym teacher) Karen (Peter's Spidey AI suit) "Damage Control" Anne Hoag (leader of Damage Control) Doris Toomes (Liz's mom) Mr. Delmar J. Jonah Jameson John Jameson Brad Davis Vulture Shocker (Jackson Brice) The Shocker (Herman Schultz) Scorpion Aron Davis / The Prowler The Tinkerer Mysterio William (Mysterio's right handman) Guterman (Mysterio team member) Victoria (Mysterio team member) Janice (Mysterio team member) Doug (Mysterio team member) Chameleon "Manfredi Crime Family" Silvermane Fire Elemental (a Mysterio illusion) Water Elemental (a Mysterio illusion) Earth Elemental (a Mysterio illusion) Air Elemental (a Mysterio illusion)
Venom Eddie Brock Anne Weying / She-Venom Dan Lewis (Anne's new boyfriend) Dr. Rosie Collins Detective Patrick Mulligan Toxin Mrs. Chen Maria (the homeless lady) Dora Skirth Jack (Eddie's boss) Isaac (test subject dude) Carlton Drake Riot Roland Treece (Drakes head of security) Carnage / Cletus Kasady Shriek
Morbius, The Living Vampire Martine Bancroft (Morbius wife) ??????????? (Morbius mentor) Bobby Agent Rodriguez Simon Stroud Loxias Crown / Hunger
"Guardians Of The Galaxy" Star-Lord Gamora Drax Groot Rocket Raccoon Mantis Nebula Lylla Yondu Kraglen Adam Warlock The Collecter Carina (The Collecter's slave) The 'Watchers' High Evolutionary Howard, The Duck Cosmo, The Space Dog Maridath Quill 'Zandaran' Bereet (random pink girl) "Ravagers" Stakar Ogord ("original Guardian") Charlie 27 ("original Guardian") Martinex ("original Guardian") Mainframe ("original Guardian") Krugarr ("original Guardian") Aleta ("original Guardian") Ronan, The Accuser Korath (Ronan's main henchman) 'Sakaaran' Ego, The Living Planet Taserface The 'Sovereign' Sovereign High Priestess
"X-Men" 'Mutants' Professor X Storm Gambit Magneto Mystique
Wolverine
Scarlet Witch Vision Tommy/ Speed Billy/ Wicked Quicksilver Sparky, The Dog Agatha, The Harkness (Nosey Neighbor)
Deadpool
Black Panther Shiury 'Dora Milaje' Okoye Ayo (2nd-in-command on Dora Milaje) Nakia Zuri / "Uncle James" Everett Ross T'Chaka (T'Challa's dad) Ramonda (T'Challa's mom) M'Baku / Man Ape 'The River Tribe' 'The Border Tribe' 'The Merchant Tribe' 'The Mining Tribe' 'The Jabari Tribe' Bast (The Panther Goddess) Bashanga (The first Black Panther) Killmonger N'Jobu (Killmonger's dad) Klaue Namor
Doctor Strange Wong The Enchant One Christine Captain Britain Agamotto The Living Tribunal The "Illuminati" Karl Mordo Kaecilius Dormammu Nightmare Mephisto
"Fantastic Four" Mr. Fantastic Invisible Women Human Torch The Thing Silver Surfer Doctor Doom Galactus
Ant-Man / Scott Lang Wasp / Hope Van Dyne Hank Pym Jenet Van Dyne Cassie Lang Luis Dave Kurt Maggie (Scotts ex-wife) Jim Paxton (Maggie's new husband) Peachy (fellow inmate and friend) Jimmy Woo Ant-Thony Ant-Onio Banderas Bill Foster / Golieth Yellowjacket Ghost Sonny Burch Uzman (the creator of truth serum) Anitolov (henchman of Sonny Burch) Knox (henchman of Sonny Burch) MODOK
Captain Marvel Goose, The Cat Talos Soran (Talos's wife) Maria Rambeau (Carols best friend) Monica Rambeau (Marias daughter) Mar-Vell 'Skrull' 'Kree' Supreme Intelligence Yon-Rogg Minn-Erva Rouge
Shang-Chi The Mandarin "Ten Rings" Steal Claw / Tiger Claw Moving Shadow Razor Fist Ghost Maker
Moon Knight / Mr. Knight / Marc Spector / Jake Lockley / Steven Grant Frenchie Marlene Alruane Khonshu (The "Moon God") Bushman
Blade Dracula 'Vampires'
Ghost Rider / Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider / Robbie Reyes Gabe Reyes Eli Morrow Zarathos (The "Spirit Of Vengeance")
Ms. Marvel
Nova / Richard Rider 'Nova Corp' Irani Rael (Nova Prime) Corpsman Dey
Thanos The Other The 'Black Order' Ebony Maw Corvus Glaive Proxima Midnight Coal Obsidian 'Chitauri' 'Chitauri Gorillas' 'Out Riders' 'Leviathans' Alars (Thanos father)
'Eternals' Ajak Ikaris Thena Kindle Phastos Macari Gilgamesh Derrick Sprite Sersi Ingo Black Knight 'Deviants' Kro (leader of the "Deviants")
'Inhumans' Black Bolt Madusa Karnak Gorgon Triton Crystal Lockjaw Maximus, the Mad The Unspoken
'Celestials' Eson The Searcher Arisham
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2020.02.18 01:12 jonisantucho Oscars 2021: An inside look (like, really inside) to 50 possible contenders in the next awards race

Another Oscar ceremony happened, and we got our fair share of joy and disappointment. After Parasite surprised the world and took Best Picture, it seems like the game has changed for the awards race, now that non-English speaking films can actually fight and be recognized as well as classics as… Green Book. The Oscar race is still full of pain and glory, and even though the year has barely started, we have a bunch of movies that are fighting for air. And here’s 50 of them. Yes, I had some free time in my hands and this is a cool hobby, so I took the liberty to introduce most of the movies that will have Film Twitter entertained for the following 12 months. I say most, because there are always contenders who come out of nowhere later in the year, so this is the starter set. Here we go.
-Annette: Since Parasite’s road to the Oscars started at Cannes, it seems fair to talk about a movie that is circling a premiere in the world stage that is set in France. After delivering weird, indie classics like Mauvais Sang and Holy Motors (yes, the kind of movies that make you seem like a snob when you recommend them to people), Leos Carax is making his first movie spoken in the English language… and it has a musical screenplay written by the cult rock duo of Sparks. Recently robbed Adam Driver and previous Oscar winner Marion Cotillard sing in this tale of a stand-up comedian and a famous soprano singer who rise and fall in Los Angeles while their daughter is born with a special gift. It seems like a wild bet, but we already know that Carax is a master with musical moments, so this is one of the most intriguing question marks of the year.
-Ammonite: It’s time to talk narratives. On the one hand, we have Kate Winslet, a known name who hasn’t been very successful in the Oscar race since her Oscar win for The Reader over a decade ago (with the exception being her supporting performance in Steve Jobs, where she had a weird accent). On the other, we have Saoirse Ronan, a star on the rise who keeps collecting Oscar nominations, with 4 nods at the age of 25, including her fresh Best Actress loss for Little Women. What happens if we put them together in a drama set in the coasts of England during the 19th century where both of them fall for each other? That’s gonna be a winning formula if writedirector Francis Lee (who tackled queer romance in his acclaimed debut God’s Own Country) nails the Mary Anning story, and Neon (the distribution company founded three years ago that took Parasite to victory) is betting on it.
-Benedetta: We know the Paul Verhoeven story. After isolating himself from Hollywood for over a decade, he took Isabelle Huppert to an Oscar nominated performance with the controversial, sexy, dark and funny thriller Elle. Now, he’s back with another story that perks up the ears, because now he’s covering the life of Benedetta Carlini, a 17th-century lesbian nun who had religious and erotic visions. If you know Paul, you already can tell that this fits into his brand of horniness, and a possible Cannes premiere could tell us if this has something to carry itself to Oscar night.
-Blonde: With a short but impactful directorial credits list that takes us from Chopper, to The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford to Killing Them Softly, Andrew Dominik is back with a film about Marilyn Monroe, a woman who has transcended the ideas of fame and stardom, in ways that are glamorous and nightmarish at the same time. After failing to launch with Naomi Watts or Jessica Chastain,the rising Ana de Armas takes the lead in the retelling of Monroe’s troubled life based on Joyce Carol Oates’ novel, which is said to be covered in the screenplay as somewhat of a horror movie. We don’t know what that means yet, but Netflix is gonna push hard for this one, especially considering how the Academy loves throwing awards to stars playing previous stars, and that also can possibly include co-stars Bobby Cannavale and Adrien Brody.
-Breaking News in Yuba County: While he hasn’t gone back to the heights of his success achieved by the box office and award success of The Help (a movie that did not age well), Tate Taylor is still enjoying himself economically due to recent thrillers like The Girl on the Train and Ma. For his next movie, he’s made a dramedy that once again reunites him with Oscar winner Allison Janney, where she plays a woman who has to keep appearances and a hidden body when she catches her husband cheating on her, and then he dies of a heart attack. With a cast that also includes Mila Kunis, Regina Hall, Awkwafina, Samira Wiley, Wanda Sykes, Jimmi Simpson and Ellen Barkin, this could be a buzzy title later this year.
-C’mon C’mon: You may love or hate whatever Joaquin Phoenix did in Joker, but you can’t deny the benefit of playing the Crown Prince of Crime in an Oscar-winning performance. The blank check that you share with indie directors afterwards. Now that Joaquin’s cultural cachet is on the rise, Mike Mills gets to benefit with this drama that stars Phoenix and Gaby Hoffmann, with him playing an artist left to take care of his precocious young nephew as they forge an unexpected bond over a cross country trip. We only have to wonder if A24 will do better with this movie’s Oscar chances compared to 20th Century Women.
-Cherry: After killing half the universe and bringing them back with the highest grossing movie of all time, where do you go? For Joe and Anthony Russo, the answer is “away from the Marvel Cinematic Universe”. The Russo brothers are trying to distance themselves and prove that they have a voice without Kevin Feige behind them, with a crime drama that’s also different than their days when they directed You, Me and Dupree or episodes of Arrested Development and Community. To help them in the journey, they took Tom Holland (who also needs to distance himself from Spider-Man, lest he ends up stuck to the character in the audience’s eyes) to star in a crime drama based on former Army medic Nico Walker’s memoir about his days after Iraq, where the PTSD and an opioid addiction led him to start robbing banks.
-Da 5 Bloods: After bouncing back from a slump with the critical and commercial success of BlackKklansman, Spike Lee is cashing a Netflix check to tell the tale of four African American veterans who return to Vietnam to search for their fallen leader and some treasure. With a cast that includes Delroy Lindo, Clarke Peters, Isiah Whitlock Jr, Paul Walter Hauser and Chadwick Boseman, this sounds like an interesting combo, although we still should remember the last time that Spike tried his hand at a war movie, with the dull Miracle at St. Anna.
-Dune: If you are on Reddit, you probably know about the new film by movies’ new Messiah, Denis Villeneuve. While the epic sci-fi novel by Frank Herbert is getting a new chance in the multiplexes after that David Lynch movie that was forgotten by many, some are hoping that this will be the beginning of a new franchise (as seen by the release date of December 18, taking the spot of the usual Star Wars opening), and a return to the whole “remember when stuff like Return of the King or Fury Road were nominated for Best Picture?” question. Timothee Chalamet will be riding a lot of hope, and sandworm.
-Everybody’s Talking About Jamie: As you start to see, there are several musicals that are gonna be fighting for attention over the next year, and Annette was the first one. Now, we also have this adaptation of the hit West End production, that centers around a gay British teenager who dreams of becoming a drag queen and get his family and schoolmates to accept his sexuality. With a cast that mixes young unknowns, familiar Brits (Sharon Horgan, Sarah Lancashire and my boy Ralph Ineson) and the previously nominated legend that is Richard E. Grant (who is playing a former drag queen named Loco Chanelle), the creative team of the stage musical will jump to the big screen with the help of Fox Searchlight (sorry, just Searchlight), who has clear Oscar hopes with a release date right in the middle of awards heat, on October 23.
-Hillbilly Elegy: Even though the Parasite victory gave many people hope for a new Academy that stops recognizing stuff like previous winner Green Book… let’s be honest, the Academy will still look for movies like Green Book. This year, many people are turning their eyes towards Ron Howard’ adaptation of J.D. Vance’s memoir about his low income life in a poor rural community in Ohio, filled with drugs, violence and verbal abuse. If this sounds like white trash porn, it doesn’t help to know that Glenn Close, who has become the biggest living Oscar bridesmaid with seven nominations, will play a character called Mamaw. And if that sounds trashy, then you have to know that Amy Adams, who follows Glenn with six nominations, is playing her drug-addicted, careless daughter. I don’t want to call this “Oscar bait”, but it sure is tempting.
-I’m Thinking of Ending Things: After his stopmotion existential dramedy Anomalisa got him a Best Animated Feature nomination at the Oscars but at the same time bombed at the box office, Charlie Kaufman is getting the Netflix check. This time, he’s adapting the dark novel by Iain Reid, about a woman (Jessie Buckley, who is on the rise and took over the role after Brie Larson had to pass) who is taken by her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to meet his parents (Toni Collette and David Thewlis), in a trip that takes a turn for the worse. If Kaufman can deliver with this one, it will be a big contender.
-In the Heights: Yes, more musicals! This time, it’s time to talk about Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first Tony-winning musical, that was overshadowed because of his other small play about some treasury secretary. Now, his Broadway ensemble tale about life in a neighborhood in Washington Heights is jumping to the movie screen with Jon Chu at the helm, following the success of Crazy Rich Asians. This Latino tale mixes up-and-comers like Anthony Ramos (who comes straight from Hamilton and playing Lady Gaga’s friend in A Star is Born), names like Corey Hawkins and Jimmy Smits (who is pro bits), and Olga Merediz, who starred in the Broadway show as Abuela Claudia and who could be the early frontrunner for Best Supporting Actress, if Chu allows her to shine like she did onstage.
-Jesus Was My Homeboy: When looking at up-and-coming Black actors right now in Hollywood, two of the top names are Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield, who already appeared in the same movie in Get Out, which earned Kaluuya a Best Actor nomination. This time, they share the screen in Shaka King’s retelling of the story of Fred Hampton (Kaluuya), an activist and Black Panther leader… as well as the story of William O’Neal (Stanfield), the FBI agent sent by J. Edgar Hoover to infiltrate the party and arrest him. With the backing of Warner Bros, this will attempt to make an impact with a clash of actors that will have to fight with an August release date, not the ideal time to release an awards movie.
-King Richard: Starting with Suicide Squad, Will Smith has been trying to prove that he’s back and better than ever. Some attempts to get back to the top of the A-list (Aladdin, Bad Boys For Life) have worked, while others (Gemini Man, Spies in Disguise)... have not. But Will is still going, and now he’s going for his next prestige play as he plays Richard Williams, the coach and father of the tennis legends Venus and Serena, who pushed them to their full potential. While it’s weird that the father of the Williams sisters is getting a movie before them, it does sound like a meaty role for Smith, who has experience with Oscar notices with sports biopics because of what he did with Michael Mann in Ali. Let’s hope director Reinaldo Marcus Green can take him there too.
-Last Night in Soho: Every year, one or two directors who have a cool reputation end up in the Dolby Theatre, and 2020 could be the year of Edgar Wright. After delivering his first big box office hit with Baby Driver, the Brit is going back to London to tell a story in the realm of psychological horror, which has been supposedly inspired by classics like Don’t Look Now and Repulsion. With a premise that supposedly involves time travel and a cast that includes Anya-Taylor Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Matt Smith and Diana Rigg, Wright (who also co-wrote this with Krysty Wilson-Cairns, who was just nominated for Best Original Screenplay for her work in 1917) is making a big swing.
-Let Them All Talk: Every year there’s more new streaming services, and that also means that there’s new players in the Oscar game. To secure subscribers to the new service, HBO Max has secured the rights to the next Steven Soderbergh movie, a comedy that stars Meryl Streep as a celebrated author that takes her friends (Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest) and her nephew (Lucas Hedges, again) in a journey to find fun and come to terms with the past. The last time that Soderbergh and Streep worked together, the end result was the very disappointing The Laundromat. Let’s hope that this time everything works out.
-Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: Now that Netflix got the deal to adapt August Wilson’s acclaimed plays with Denzel Washington’s production company, the next jump from the stage to the screen is a meaty one. Viola Davis is playing blues singer Ma Rainey in this tale of a heated recording session with her bandmates, her agent and her producer in 1927, with a cast that also includes Chadwick Boseman, Glynn Turman and Colman Domingo. The Tony nominated play talked about race, art and the intersection of the two, and it’s gonna be explosive to see that unfold on screen, even if director George C. Wolfe’s previous filmography isn’t very encouraging.
-Macbeth: In a shocking development, the Coen brothers are no more. Well, just this time. For the first time in his career, Joel Coen is making a movie without Ethan, and it’s a Shakespeare adaptation. Denzel Washington is playing the man who wants to be king of Scotland, and Frances McDormand is playing his Lady Macbeth. While this just started filming and it will be a race to finish it in time for competition in the awards race, the potential is there, and this project has everybody’s attention.
-Mank: After scoring 24 Oscar nominations and only winning 2 awards last Sunday, Netflix has to wonder what else must they do to get in the club that awards them. They tried with Cuarón, they tried with Scorsese, they tried with Baumbach, they tried with two Popes, and they still feel a barrier. Now, the big gamble for awards by the streamer in 2020 comes to us in the hands of David Fincher, who is basically their friend after the rest of Hollywood denied him (Disney dropped his 20,000 Leagues adaptation, HBO denied the US remake of Utopia, and Paramount drove World War Z 2 away from him). In his first movie since 2014’s Gone Girl, David will go black and white to tackle a script by his late father about the making of the classic of classics, Citizen Kane, with previous Oscar winner Gary Oldman playing the lead role of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz. Will the Academy fall for the ultimate “power of da moviesshhh” story?
-Minari: Sundance can be hit or miss with the breakout films that try to make it to the Oscars. However, you can’t deny the waves made by A24 when they premiered Lee Isaac Chung’s new drama there, ending up winning the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award in the US Dramatic Competition. If Parasite endeared Academy voters to Korean families, Steven Yeun hopes that the same thing happens with this story, where he plays a father in the ‘80s who suddenly decides to move his family to Arkansas to start a farm. Even though the reviews have been great, we must also remember that last year, A24 had in their hands The Farewell, another Sundance hit about an Asian family that ended up with no Oscar nominations. Let’s hope that this time, the Plan B influence (remember, that’s Brad Pitt’s production company, of Moonlight and 12 Years a Slave fame) makes a difference.
-Next Goal Wins: It’s a good time to be Taika Waititi. Why? Taika Waititi can do what he wants. He can direct a Thor movie, he can win an Oscar for writing a comedy set in WW2 about a Third Reich boy who has an Imaginary Hitler friend, or he can pop up in The Mandalorian as a droid. Taika keeps winning, and he wants more. Between his press tour for Jojo Rabbit and his return to the MCU, he quickly shot an adaptation of a great documentary about the disgraced national team of American Samoa, one of the worst football teams known to man, as they try to make the cut for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Everybody loves a good sports comedy, and Searchlight bets that we’ll enjoy this story led by Michael Fassbender as the new (and Dutch-American) coach in town who tries to shape the team for victory.
-News of the World: Seven years after their solid collaboration in Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks reunite for more awards love in what seems to be Universal’s main attraction for the Oscars. This time, Hanks stars in a Western drama based on Paulette Jiles’ novel where he plays a traveling newsreader in the aftermath of the American Civil War who is tasked with reuniting an orphaned girl with her living relatives. With a Christmas release date, Universal is betting big in getting the same nomination boost that 1917 is enjoying right now, and the formula is promising.
-Nightmare Alley: Following his Best Picture and Best Director wins for The Shape of Water, everybody in Hollywood wondered what would Guillermo del Toro do next. Well, as Del Toro often does, a little bit of everything and nothing. Some projects moved (as his produced Pinocchio movie on Netflix, or his Death Stranding likeness cameo), others stalled and die (like his proposed Fantastic Voyage remake). But now he’s rolling on his next project, a new adaptation of the William Lindsay Gresham novel that already was a Tyrone Power film in 1947. This noir tale tells the story of a con man (Bradley Cooper) who teams up with a psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) to trick people and win money, and how things get out of control. With a cast that also includes Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Rooney Mara and more, this could play well if it hits the right tone.
-Nomadland: There’s breakout years, and then there’s the amazing potential of Chloe Zhao’s 2020. On the one hand, after making Hollywood notice her skill with the gripping story of The Rider, she got the keys to the MCU kingdom to direct the next potential franchise of Kevin Feige, The Eternals. And just in case, she also has in her sleeve this indie drama that she wrote and directed beforehand, with two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand playing a woman who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. If Chloe nails these two films, it could be the one-two punch of the decade.
-One Night in Miami: Regina King is living her best life. Following her Oscar win for Best Supporting Actress in If Beale Street Could Talk and the success that came with her lead role in the Watchmen show on HBO, the actress is jumping to a new challenge: directing movies. For her big screen debut, she’s adapting Kemp Powers’ play that dramatizes a real meeting on February 25, 1964, between Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown.
-Over the Moon: After earning praise and Oscar nominations with I Lost My Body and Klaus, Netflix will keep its bet on animated movies with a film directed by the legendary Glen Keane. Who? A classic Disney animator responsible for the design of characters like Ariel, the Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas, Tarzan and more](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jRkx2PNVr8), and who recently won an Oscar for Best Animated Short for Dear Basketball, which he co-directed with the late Kobe Bryant. Now, he brings us a musical adventure centered around a Chinese girl who builds a rocket ship and blasts off to the Moon in hopes of meeting a legendary Moon Goddess.
-Passing: It’s always interesting when an actor jumps behind the camera, and Rebecca Hall’s case is no exception. For her directorial debut, Hall chose to adapt Nella Larsen’s acclaimed novel set in Harlem in the 1920s, about two mixed race childhood friends (Ruth Negga and Tessa Thompson) who reunite in adulthood and become obsessed with one another's lives. With a premise that explores tough questions about race and sexuality, it looks like a tricky challenge for a first timer, but it would be more impressive if Hall manages to rise over the challenge.
-Prisoner 760: An interesting part of following the awards circuit is looking at when it's appropriate to talk about touchy subjects in recent history. I’m saying that because this next movie tells the real life tale of Mohamedou Ould Slahi (Tahar Rahim), a man who, despite not being charged or having a set trial, is held in custody at Guantanamo Bay, and turns towards a pair of lawyers (Jodie Foster and Shailene Woodley) to aid him. Based on the famous journal that the man wrote while he was being detained, the movie (that also counts with Benedict Cumberbatch) is directed by Kevin Macdonald who, a long time ago, helped Forest Whitaker win Best Actor for The Last King of Scotland. Could he get back in the race after almost 15 years of movies like State of Play?
-Raya and the Last Dragon: This year, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ bet for the Oscars is a fantasy tale set in a mysterious realm called Kumandra, where a warrior named Raya searches for the last dragon in the world. And that dragon has the voice of Awkwafina. Even though they missed out last Oscars when Frozen II got the cold shoulder by the Academy in Best Animated Feature, this premise looks interesting enough to merit a chance. One more thing: between last year’s Abominable, Over the Moon and this movie, there’s a clear connection of animated movies trying to appeal to Chinese sensibilities (and that sweet box office).
-Rebecca: It’s wild to think that the only time that Alfred Hitchcock made a film that won the Oscar for Best Picture was with 1940’s adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s psychological thriller novel, more muted and conventional than his more known classics. Now, Ben Wheatley and Netflix are giving the Gothic story a new spin, with Lily James playing the newly married young woman who finds herself battling the shadow of her husband's (Armie Hammer) dead first wife, the mysterious Rebecca. The story is a classic, and we have to see how much weird Wheatley stuff is in the mix.
-Red, White and Water: Between 2011 and 2014, Jennifer Lawrence was everywhere and people loved it. She was America’s sweetheart, the Oscar winner, Katniss Everdeen. But then, everything kinda fell. Those X-Men movies got worse and she looked tired of being in them, her anecdotes got less charming and more pandering to some, she took respectable risks that didn’t pay off with Red Sparrow and Mother!, and some people didn’t like that she said that it wasn’t nice to share private photos of her online. Now, she looks to get back to the Oscar race with a small project funded by A24 and directed by Lila Neugebauer in her film debut, about a soldier who comes back to the US after suffering a traumatic brain injury in Afghanistan. Also, Brian Tyree Henry is in this, and it would be amazing if he got nominated for something.
-Respect: You know what’s a surefire way to get Academy voters’ attention? Play a real singer! Rami Malek took a win last year for playing Freddie Mercury, Renee Zellweger just won the gold after portraying Judy Garland, and now Jennifer Hudson wants more Oscar love. Almost 15 years after taking Best Supporting Actress for her role in Dreamgirls, Hudson will try to get more by playing soul legend Aretha Franklin, in a biopic directed by first timer Liesl Tommy that practically screams “give me the gold”. How am I so sure? Well, see the teaser that they released in December (for a movie that opens in October), and tell me. It will work out better for Hudson than Cats, that’s for sure.
-Soul: Unless they really disappoint (I’m looking at you, The Good Dinosaur, Cars 2 and Cars 3), you can’t have the Oscars without inviting Pixar to the party. This year, they have two projects in the hopes of success. While in a few weeks we’ll see what happens with the fantasy family road trip of Onward, the studio’s biggest bet of the year clearly is the next existential animation written and directed by Pete Docter, who brought Oscar gold to his home with Up and Inside Out. The movie, which centers on a teacher (voice of Jamie Foxx) who dreams of becoming a jazz musician and, just as he’s about to get his big break, ends up getting into an accident that separates his soul from his body, had a promising first trailer, and it also promises a score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, as well as new songs by Jon Batiste. The only downside so far for the marketing was the fact that the trailer reveal led people to notice a suspicious trend involving black characters when they lead an animated movie.
-Tenet: When Leonardo DiCaprio finally touched his Academy Award, an alarm went off in the mind of a portion of Internet users, who have made their next crusade to give themselves to the cause of getting Christopher Nolan some Oscar love. And his next blank check, an action thriller involving espionage and time travel, could pull off the same intersection of popcorn and prestige that made Inception both a box office hit and a critically acclaimed Oscar nominee. It helps to have a cast of impressive names like John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki and Robert Pattinson, as well as a crew that includes Ludwig Goransson and Hoyte van Hoytema. In other words, if this becomes a hit, this could go for a huge number of nominations.
-The Devil All the Time: As you may have noticed by now, Netflix is leading the charge in possible Oscar projects. Another buzzy movie that comes from them is the new psychological thriller by Antonio Campos, a filmmaker known for delivering small and intimate but yet intense and terrifying dramas like Simon Killer and Christine. Using the novel by Donald Ray Pollock, Campos will follow non-linearly a cast of characters in Ohio between the end of World War II and the beginning of the Vietnam War, with the help of an interesting cast that includes Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Bill Skarsgard, Jason Clarke and Riley Keough.
-The Eyes of Tammy Faye: After being known as a sketch comedy goofball because of The State, Wet Hot American Summer and Stella, Michael Showalter reinvented himself as a director of small and human dramedies like Hello, My Name is Doris and The Big Sick. For his next project, he’s gonna mix a little bit of both worlds, because he has before him the story of the televangelists Tammy Faye Bakker (Jessica Chastain, who has been really trying to recapture her early ‘10 awards run to no avail) and Jim Bakker (Andrew Garfield, who was previously nominated for Hacksaw Ridge, instead of Silence, because why). With a real life tale that involves Christian theme parks, fraud and conspiracies, this is the kind of loud small movie that Searchlight loves to parade around, especially as an actors showcase (Jojo Rabbit being the most recent example). The first image looks terrifying, by the way.
-The Father: It’s weird to be in the middle of February and say that there’s already a frontrunner for the Best Actor race at the next Oscars. After its premiere in Sundance a couple of weeks ago, every prognosticator pointed in the direction of Anthony Hopkins (recently nominated for Best Supporting Actor in The Two Popes), who delivers a harrowing portrayal of an old man grappling with his age as he develops dementia, causing pain to his beleaguered daughter (recent winner Olivia Colman, who also got praised). With reviews calling it a British answer to Amour (in other words: it’s a hard watch), Florian Zeller’s adaptation of his acclaimed play not only benefits from having Hopkins and Colman together as a selling point, because it was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics, a distributor with experience in getting Academy voters to watch adult movies with heavy themes. If you don’t believe me, watch how they got Julianne Moore a win for Still Alice, as well as recent nominations for Isabelle Huppert for Elle, Glenn Close for The Wife, and Antonio Banderas for Pain and Glory. They know the game, and they are going to hit hard for Hopkins and Colman.
-The French Dispatch: If you saw the trailer, we don’t need to dwell too much on the reasons. On the one hand, we have the style of Wes Anderson, a filmmaker who has become a name in both the critics circle and the casual viewer, with his last two movies (The Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle of Dogs) earning several Oscar nominations, including Best Picture for the one with Gustave H. Then, we have a long cast that goes from the director’s regulars like Bill Murray to new stars like Timothee Chalamet, and also includes people like Benicio del Toro. The only thing that could endanger the Oscar chances for this is that the story, an anthology set around a period comedy with an European riff on The New Yorker, will alienate the average Academy member.
-The Humans: There’s the prestige of a play, and then there’s the prestige of a Tony-winning play. Playwright Stephen Karam now gets to jump to the director’s chair to take his acclaimed 2016 one-act story to the big screen, and A24 is cutting the check. Telling the story of a family that gets together on Thanksgiving to commiserate about life, this adaptation will be led by original performer Jayne Houdyshell (who also won a Tony for her stage performance), who’ll be surrounded by Richard Jenkins, Beanie Feldstein, Amy Schumer, Steven Yeun and June Squibb. If it avoids getting too claustrophobic or stagey for the cinema, it will be a good contender.
-The Last Duel: Always speedy, Ridley Scott is working on his next possible trip to the Oscars. This time, it’s the telling of a true story in 14th-century France, where a knight (Matt Damon) accuses his former friend (Adam Driver) of raping his wife (Jodie Comer), with the verdict being determined by the titular duel. It’s a juicy story, but there was some concern when it seemed that the script was only being written by Damon and Ben Affleck (who’ll also appear in the film). A rape story written by them after the Weinstein revelations… not the best look. But then, it was revealed that they were writing the screenplay with indie figure Nicole Holofcener, who last year was nominated for an Oscar for her script for Can You Ever Forgive Me? Let’s hope that the story is told in a gripping but not exploitative way, and that it doesn’t reduce the role of Comer (who deserves more than some of the movie roles that she’s getting after Killing Eve) to a Hollywood stereotype.
-The Power of the Dog: We have to talk about the queen of the indie world, we have to talk about Jane Campion. More than a decade after her last movie, Bright Star, the Oscar and Palme d’Or winner for The Piano returns with a non-TV project (see Top of the Lake, people) thanks to Netflix, with a period drama centered around a family dispute between a pair of wealthy brothers in Montana, Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) and George Burbank (Jesse Plemons), after the latter one marries a local widow (Kirsten Dunst). According to the synopsis, “a shocked and angry Phil wages a sadistic, relentless war to destroy her entirely using her effeminate son Peter as a pawn”. Can’t wait to see what that means.
-The Prom: Remember the Ryan Murphy blank check deal with Netflix that I mentioned earlier? Well, another of the projects in the first batch of announcements for the deal is a musical that he’ll direct, adapting the Tony-nominated show about a group of Broadway losers (now played by the one and only Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells and, uh, James Corden, for some reason) who try to find a viral story to get back in the spotlight, and end up going to a town in Indiana to help a lesbian high school student who has been banned from bringing her girlfriend to the prom. The show has been considered a fun and heartwarming tale of acceptance, so the movie could be an easy pick for an average Academy voter who doesn’t look too hard (and you know that the Golden Globes will nominate the shirt out of this). It’s funny how this comes out the same year than Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, and then it’s not funny realizing that Film Twitter will pit the two movies against each other.
-The Trial of the Chicago 7: After getting a taste of the director’s taste with Molly’s Game, Aaron Sorkin wants more. For his second movie, he’s tackling one of his specialties: a courtroom drama. And this one is a period movie centered around the trial on countercultural activists in the late ‘60s, which immediately attracts a campaign of how “important” this movie is today’s culture. To add the final blow, we have a cast that includes Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Strong, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Frank Langella, William Hurt, Michael Keaton and Mark Rylance. If Sorkin can contain himself from going over the top (and with that cast, it would be so easy to surrender to bouts of screaming and winding speeches), this could be one of the top contenders.
-Those Who Wish Me Dead: Having made a good splash in the directorial waters with Wind River, Taylor Sheridan (also known for writing the Sicario movies, the Oscar-nominated Hell or High Water or that Yellowstone show that your uncle raves about on Facebook) returns with yet another modern Western. For this thriller based on the Michael Koryta novel, Angelina Jolie stars as a survival expert in the Montana wilderness who is tasked with protecting a teenager who witnessed a murder, while assassins are pursuing him and a wildfire grows closer.
-Untitled David O. Russell Project: Following the mop epic Joy, that came and went in theaters but still netted a Best Actress nomination for Jennifer Lawrence, the angriest director in Hollywood took a bit of a break (it didn’t help that he tried to do a really expensive show with Amazon starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore that fell apart when the Weinstein exposes sank everything). Now, he’s quickly putting together his return to the days of Oscar love that came with stuff like The Fighter, Silver Linings Playbook and American Hustle, with a new movie that is set to star Christian Bale, Margot Robbie and Michael B. Jordan. Even though we don’t know many details (some people are saying the movie is called Amsterdam) except for the fact the movie hasn’t started shooting yet, David is a quick guy, so he’ll get it ready for the fall festival circuit. If there’s one thing that David O. Russell knows (apart from avoid getting cancelled for abusing people like Lily Tomlin, Amy Adams and his niece), it’s to make loud actor showcases.
-Untitled Nora Fingscheidt Project: When Bird Box became one of the biggest hits on Netflix history, the streamer decided to keep itself in the Sandra Bullock business. Sandy’s next project for Ted Sarandos is a drama where she plays a woman who is released from prison after serving time for a violent crime, and re-enters a society that refuses to forgive her past. To get redemption, she searches her younger sister she was forced to leave behind. With the direction of Fingscheidt, who comes from an acclaimed directorial debut with Systemsprenger (Germany’s submission to the last Academy Awards), and a cast that also includes Viola Davis, Vincent D’Onofrio and Jon Bernthal, this will also hopefully try its luck later this year.
-Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Project: We don’t know if this movie will be ready for the end of the year (although last time, he managed to sneak Phantom Thread under the buzzer and earn several Oscar nominations, including Best Picture), but PTA is apparently gonna start to shoot it soon, with the backing of Focus Features. After several movies with prestige locations and intricate production design, Film Twitter’s Holy Spirit will go back to the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s, to tell the story of a high school student who is also a successful child actor.
-Stillwater: Tom McCarthy’s recent career is certainly puzzling. After delivering the weird lows of The Cobbler, he bounced back with the Best Picture winner that was Spotlight. And following that, he… helped produce the 13 Reasons Why series. And following that… he made Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, a Disney+ original movie. Now, he’s back to the award race with a drama starring Matt Damon, who plays a father who rushes from Oklahoma to France to help his daughter (Abigail Breslin), who is in prison after being suspected for a murder she claims she didn’t commit.
-West Side Story: To close things, we have to see one of the possible big contenders of the season, Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the iconic musical that translates Romeo and Juliet to the context of a street gang war in 1950s New York. While the decision to adapt again something that has been a classic both in Broadway and in movie theaters almost 60 years ago is a challenge, the idea of Spielberg doing a musical closer to the stage version with Tony Kushner as the writer is too tempting for the average Academy voter, who is already saving a spot in major categories in case Steven nails it in December. However, there’s two question marks. First, how well will Ansel Elgort and newcomer Rachel Zegler stand out in the roles of Tony and Maria? And second, will In the Heights steal some of the thunder of this movie by being, you know, more modern?
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2020.02.07 15:52 LukeWilsonStupidNose ‘Do you want to do a superhero movie?’ - answers from directors, writers, actors and actresses (2020 update)

I did one of these a couple years ago and people seemed to like it, but I figured it could use an update.
Take these with a grain of salt, of course, this is more for fun than anything. It’s a pretty long post so I’d probably recommend just skimming through for any names you’re interested in.
Pedro Almodóvar
It’s too big for me! I like to see what I’m doing, to direct movies the same day. You have to wait too long to see the results. I like being able to impose my opinion as a director. I’ve made 21 movies. I’m used to doing it the way I like, not fitting with the Hollywood system. (Vulture, 2019)
Darren Aronofsky
You never know. I mean, Superman would always be interesting. But they’re already deep into reinventing him, so that’s not going to happen for a long time. I think with those films you have to be careful because they are about communicating with as big an audience as you possibly can. Audiences who go to see those films expect a certain type of movie. (CinePop, 2017)
Gemma Arterton
I’m not really into superheroes and stuff like that. But you never know. (HeyUGuys, 2015)
Olivier Assayas
I mean, I enjoy it as a viewer. I don’t think I would touch it as a filmmaker, but I can certainly understand the fun one has with that material, not to mention the admiration I’ve always had for the writers and artists of the comic books. Once in a while, I still do read X-Men comics. I’m just fascinated by the complexity of the narratives and the ambition of the storytelling, which is way beyond whatever they’re doing in the movies. (AV Club, 2015)
Ari Aster
I’ve received some really enticing and cool offers, and I certainly want to hear what the offers are, but I am self-generating. I have so many films I want to make that I’ve written that are so vivid in my head.... Never say never, I definitely want to look at everything that comes my way, but it’ll take a lot to pull me away from these projects that are sort of on the tip of my tongue and that I’m ready to make. (Happy Sad Confused, 2019)
Michael Bay
I wouldn’t want to, it’s not my thing, it’s just not my gig. (Collider, 2016)
Orlando Bloom
I do read [the Marvel comics] a little bit. Who’s the British one? Captain Britain! There you go. Terrible costume, though. (BBC Radio 2, 2018)
Emily Blunt
Not particularly. (Variety, 2018)
Bong Joon-ho
I don’t think Marvel would ever want a director like me. I don’t expect any offers from them anytime soon. Of their movies, I did enjoy the films by James Gunn and James Mangold’s Logan, and I think there are great directors who can handle great projects like that. (Variety, 2020)
John Boyega
I sat down with Marvel years ago, but that’s not the direction I want to go at all. (ComicBook, 2019)
Danny Boyle
I wouldn’t be very good at it. I saw the Spider-Man movie, the animation, and I thought it was wonderful, but out of my league. Normally when you see a movie like that, you think, “I could maybe do that.” I didn’t think “Maybe” with this. It had a sensibility that felt truthful to its origins. Whoever made this, it is part of their bloodstream. You’ve got to recognise that you have no idea how to get there. I don’t think you should attempt one unless it’s in your bloodstream... Comics really aren’t in my bloodstream. (Empire, 2019)
Alison Brie
I would love to. I think especially after working on GLOW, where we all felt like we were superheroes, in a way it has satisfied my desire to do something like that. But in some ways it’s only whet my appetite. (Business Insider, 2017)
James Cameron
I’m not the slightest bit interested in laboring in someone else’s house. (Daily Beast, 2017)
Timothée Chalamet
I want to work with good storytellers and good directors on projects that are fresh, and on roles that feel challenging. Like Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, or Christian Bale in that film, or Tom Hardy and Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises. If it was something of that caliber, then that’s awesome. (Variety, 2018)
Toni Collette
It’d be super-fun to be a superhero. I’m not averse to any particular budget. I’m just averse to a shitty story. (Metro, 2015)
Olivia Colman
I’ve always wanted to play a Marvel baddie. I’m not sure I fit the mould, though. Like a powerful, extraordinary woman. Somebody with superpowers would be really fun, but I’m not sure how many middle-aged women they have in Marvel. (Vulture, 2016)
Sofia Coppola
I love making small low-budget films where I am really allowed to do it the way I want, and I think when you have those huge franchises there are a lot of cooks in the kitchen and meetings in conference rooms. But I’d never say never. (The Independent, 2017)
Bryan Cranston
I don’t want to do a character that has been done several times before. I don’t want to be compared, like, “Well, his Commissioner Gordon was yada yada yada.” I don’t want to do that. I want to take something that hasn’t been done. (ScreenGreek, 2018)
Tom Cruise
I’ll never say no if I find something that’s interesting, and I think an audience would like to see it, and they’re going to be entertained by it, and I feel like I can contribute something. (MTV, 2018)
Guillermo del Toro
Well, I co-wrote a whole screenplay on Justice League Dark for Warner Bros., so that’s your answer. I love Deadman, I love Demon, I love Swamp Thing, Zatanna. That’s a universe, is one thing. I’m very attracted to that side of the DC universe. But I’m not a superhero guy. For me to like a superhero, the superhero needs to be a monster. (ComicBook, 2019)
Leonardo DiCaprio
You never know. They’re getting better and better as far as complex characters in these movies. I haven’t yet. But no, I don’t rule out anything. (ShortList, 2015)
Zac Efron
I would do it in a second. I’m just waiting for the right opportunity. (Elle, 2017)
Taron Egerton
I love Marvel and I love the movies and I’d love the excuse to get in shape. (Variety, 2019)
Robert Eggers
Absolutely not. (Bloody Disgusting, 2019)
Cynthia Erivo
Yes. My body is suited to it. And I’d love to see what that experience is like. I think I could have a good time doing it. (Hollywood Reporter, 2020)
Giancarlo Esposito
I love those guys at Marvel. We’ve been trying to figure out how to collaborate on something. (ComicBook, 2016)
Rebecca Ferguson
I don’t think my goal is to throw myself into Marvel university. I love their stories, some of their characters are great, but I do it for the stories, for the people you work with, for the directors. We’ll see. (Metro, 2016)
David Fincher
Maybe. I was open to doing a zombie movie. I think in terms of stories — I don’t want to have to go and they say, “Okay, you have to dream up something for Meteor Man.” Or whatever. I don’t want to have to cobble together something around a pre-existing mask or uniform or cape or idea. (SXSW, 2019)
Jodie Foster
No, not interested in the franchise hero, superhero movie at all. It’s just not what I do. I’m glad other people do it and there’s always been those kinds of films, and there will always be those kinds of movies. It’s just now there’s been kind of, there’s a word for it in business where features as a business model have been more keen on, 95 percent of what they do is $200 million plus action films that appeal to all four quadrants that are these high-risk action films. It’s just not what I do. (ScreenCrush, 2018)
Cary Fukunaga
No, not really. I feel like they’ve all been taken... I do think there’s a place to make intelligent, big films. It depends on sensibility, too. I loved Guardians of the Galaxy. (Vulture, 2015)
Greta Gerwig
I would be open to doing a bigger film but at the same time I think, for me, one of the guiding principles of what I try to do to make my career as I have tried to make it, I always have a sense of what I would drop everything for and I think the thing that I would drop everything for is my own work that I write and that I make. It’s not that I’m not interested in those things, it’s just that they don’t come first. (Silver Screen Riot, 2015)
Hugh Grant
[I was recently offered one, but] there was a scheduling and family issue. Otherwise, I was absolutely up for it. It was a juicy role. It was a baddie. I love a good baddie. (Variety, 2019)
James Gray
I have no problem with Marvel. I’ve taken my children to Marvel movies and it’s a great experience — a bonding experience. It’s beautiful, and those films are brilliantly made. I loved the first Captain America. Terrific movie. So it’s not about shitting on them. The problem is not that — the problem is only that. It’s like if you went to the supermarket and you saw only one brand of cereal. Special K is all they had. Special K is not a bad-tasting cereal, but if that’s the only one you could get it would be awfully frustrating. If the movie business starts catering to smaller and smaller groups, it’s going to start hurting itself in a major way. I would argue that it already has. It’s my job as a director to try and push back against that a little bit. (IndieWire, 2019)
Eva Green
I really like physical stuff, actually. Even 300, I loved doing the training. It was thrilling to play that very strong woman. You get out of your head as an actor and you find the character through physical training. I’d love to do more of the superhero stuff. (ComingSoon, 2019)
Jon Hamm
It depends on the script, what the story is. I am a huge comic book fan, always have been. I have read comic books since I was nine or younger. And I am pretty knowledgeable about a lot of them. And I like the genre, and I like when they are done well. (Hollywood Reporter, 2018)
Armie Hammer
I haven’t seen a superhero movie in a long time where I thought, “Fuck, I wish I was in that.” You know? So for me there’s not, like, a huge rush. (Happy Sad Confused, 2017)
Neil Patrick Harris
I’d love to be some sort of villain in a big-budget action movie. Or a superhero franchise. That’d be rad. (Interview Magazine, 2015)
Ethan Hawke
I guess I’ve been offered things like that that didn’t appeal to me. You have to be careful about what you’re famous for. You don’t want to be famous for something you don’t love. It brings people a lot of pain when that happens. (ScreenCrush, 2018)
Lucas Hedges
I don’t see myself signing a long-term contract. That sounds frightening. Some of those actors who are in those movies really make challenging material work. That’s really impressive. I don’t see that as a challenge I’m dying to take on. (Hollywood Reporter, 2019)
Taraji P. Henson
I would love to be a Marvel superhero. (The New York Times, 2017)
Ron Howard
I’ve had opportunities over the years. I really feel like you shouldn’t make a movie as a kind of exercise. You have to be all the way in. I was never a comic book guy. I like the movies when I see them, especially the origin stories. I never felt like I could be on the set, at 3 o’clock in the morning, tired, with 10 important decisions to make, and know, intuitively, what the story needs. (Happy Sad Confused, 2015)
Glenn Howerton
If Marvel came along and wanted me to play a superhero, I probably would because I think that would be really, really fun. (GQ, 2018)
Charlie Hunnam
I didn’t grow up a comic book fan and I haven’t really seen any of those Marvel films or the Batman films. It’s just not really my taste.... It’s not part of my vision for my career or what I aspire to. (Yahoo, 2017) taste.
Peter Jackson
I’m not a superhero guy. (Empire, 2019)
Lily James
I want to do more action. I want to be a superhero. (Refinery29, 2016)
Barry Jenkins
I’m friends with Ryan Coogler, and just seeing his path from Fruitvale Station to Black Panther, and seeing that his voice has arrived at Black Panther intact and he’s creating on this scale that I think has far more reach than the scale I’m creating on right now. Yeah, if the right character presented itself — I can’t imagine Ryan directing Doctor Strange, I just can’t. But I think even superheroes are characters. And I think what Ryan did so well in Black Panther was showing the human being that T’Challa is. So, if something like that presented itself, yeah, I’d be interested. So long as I had the freedom to create the way I create. (Houston Chronicle, 2018)
Charlie Kaufman
Of course. But — no one wants me to do that. (IndieWire, 2016)
Jennifer Kent
The opportunity has been there if I really wanted to pursue that path and it still probably is to some extent. I am excited by this aboriginal Marvel character, Manifold. Aboriginal culture is the oldest culture in the earth; it’s so sophisticated and deep. It would interest me to take that out to the planet. There could be some amazing story there. (IndieWire, 2019)
John Krasinski
I would love to be in the Marvel universe. I love those movies because they’re fun, but I also think they’re really well done. And certainly a lot of my friends are in those movies. (Total Film, 2020)
Mila Kunis
No, that’s a lot of working out. Lots of those people are hungry, and you have to be because you have to be in shape and I don’t want to be hungry for 10 years. (MTV, 2018)
David Lowery
I grew up reading Marvel comic books and it’s a joy to see the aesthetic replicated on screen so thoroughly. Yet the aesthetic is so well-grounded at this point I don’t think there’s anything I could contribute to it. So the answer is likely no. But I do love superheroes, so there might be the right superhero movie out there I may want to delve in. (Maclean’s, 2017)
Rooney Mara
I don’t really get offered those parts, or maybe I do. I don’t even know. Maybe I do and I just don’t even realize it and just say no to them. For me it’s just all about the director and it’s all about the script and the story. (Deadline, 2016)
Matthew McConaughey
I did Sing, I did Kubo and the Two Strings. But other than that I’m like, what have I done that my kids can see? ... I’ll be there in a little while! I’ll do something. (Fandango, 2018)
Adam McKay
We’re always kind of talking. I think Feige is just the greatest, and what they’re doing is amazing. (Happy Sad Confused, 2018)
Christopher McQuarrie
I must tell you, the possibility of my doing a superhero movie is remote in the extreme. (Twitter, 2019)
Sam Mendes
The funniest letter I got — they were sending [a packet for] The Avengers, right? For directors to pitch — and I got a package, which was full of comic books, but no treatment; there was no script. But the cover letter said “Marvel’s Avengers will be released on May 3, 2012” or whatever it was. That was the first sentence of the cover letter. Not, “We have the pleasure of enclosing the materials…” or “Here is the script for…” But the release date.... I mean, that’s not my world particularly. I’ll go see it, particularly with my kids, but I didn’t want to make it. (Moviefone, 2012)
Sienna Miller
I feel quite content. It’s a huge commitment to have the ambition to be playing those parts and to be doing those roles. I don’t know that I have that, the ambition that it takes, the drive that it takes. Yes, I think I have subconsciously shied away from that, I think the idea of that is daunting. (The Guardian, 2017)
Helen Mirren
Oh yes! ... I’d probably have to be the baddie. You know, because I’m British. (CineMovie, 2013)
Viggo Mortensen
I’m just looking for good stories, and the ones I’ve happened to find and commit to have happened to be in other countries, or are independent films. I’m not trying to avoid any kind of budget or genre of movies. (LA Times, 2016)
Elisabeth Moss
I don’t think I’m good at the whole green screen thing, but I’m not averse to trying it out. I’m more into, like, a weird concentration camp miniseries [laughs]. That’s a sure path to my own Marvel movie. (MovieMaker Magazine, 2019)
Carey Mulligan
I don’t think I would be very good in something like that. (The Resident, 2018)
Eddie Murphy
No! I’m going to be 60 in a year. Who would I play? The old brotherman? I guess that’d be the character.... Man, fuck that. I can’t be standing around in a movie with a stick and shit, pointing and telling people, “Oh, you should do this or that.” I’m just not down with the whole superhero movie thing. But, if I had to, I guess I could play a villain or some shit like that. (IndieWire, 2019)
David Oyelowo
I tread with caution around the notion of those kinds of characters. Depending on which one of them you’re playing, there’s always a danger you’re going to get so identified with this larger than life character that it could become tougher for audiences to believe you in other roles. (The Wrap, 2015)
Al Pacino
I would do anything that I could understand in terms of how I fit in it. And you know, of course if I could fit in it. Anything’s possible. You know, I did Dick Tracy and I got an Oscar nomination, so come on. (Deadline, 2014)
Dev Patel
I had a wee bit of a scarring experience when I attempted to be a part of a franchise, and it didn’t quite hit the mark. It makes you evaluate what kind of mark you want to leave on the industry. (Esquire, 2016)
Jordan Peele
So many of those properties — it’s a childhood dream to be able to essentially see what you saw in your imagination as a child, watching or reading or whatever you were doing with that stuff. It’s a filmmaker’s dream. But you know, I feel like I only have so much time. I have a lot of stories to tell, and it just doesn’t feel right. It just doesn’t feel right. I’m a comic book and graphic novel appreciator, but I can’t call myself a true fan boy. (Rolling Stone, 2019)
Sean Penn
You asked me with a camera on this face and in this time of my life if I would be a superhero? (laughs) Maybe, if there’s a very funny one. (Reuters, 2015)
Brad Pitt
I don’t think so. I think there’s enough. I don’t think I have anything to add. (24 Oras, 2019)
Daniel Radcliffe
If it was good enough and something I was interested in. I’m not sure if I’d sign up for something that was another seven or eight films or ten years, but a shorter franchise, yeah. (Business Insider, 2016)
Lynne Ramsay
When I was 15 or 16, I had a boyfriend who was an obsessive fan [of comics]. His apartment was so full of comic-books he made a path through the boxes to get places.... My boyfriend at the time was always on about the psychology of the characters, the ones that he really liked tended to have these strange histories. A lot of them are quite Freudian and strange. I liked Bill Sienkiewicz’s work, and Alan Moore is so special.
The ones I liked were deeply, darkly screwed-up reflections of the world – where you can see how they became what they became and that past was super-psychological.... There’s some amazing things in graphic novels and comic-books, and they taught me a lot about filmmaking as well. Someone said to me that You Were Never Really Here’s like a graphic novel. I think I’ve learned a lot about filmmaking through comic-books, in terms of how to tell a story visually. That had an influence on me. If you’re able to do it without a committee, with a real set approach to it, where you have freedom and people trust you, that would be amazing. (Yahoo, 2018)
Eddie Redmayne
I love the films. You know how in summer, when studios compete for people to see their summer blockbusters, I am their dream. I see all of them. I would never rule out the opportunity to be in one. (The Sun, 2015)
Nicolas Winding Refn
I love Hollywood. I love glamour and glitz. I love camp. I love vanity, I love egos, I indulge in all that, but the bigger kind of approaches or the offers that have come my way or the interest, in the end, I’ve always just felt that I wasn’t the right person in the end for it. Doesn’t mean that it won’t happen. I mean I would love to do one of those comic book movies. (Collider, 2019)
Kelly Reichardt
There’s absolutely no danger of that happening [laughs]. But maybe there’s something for me somewhere in between that and my sort of films. I did really enjoy doing my little wagon crash in Meek’s Cutoff. It was one of the most fun things I ever did, and I suddenly realized, “Oh, this is why people love to smash things up. It’s so much fun!” (Variety, 2016)
Boots Riley
I have a problem with superheroes in general, because, politically, superheroes are cops. Superheroes work with the government to uphold the law. And who do the laws work for? Put it like this: We all love bank robbers, because we know that in the two sides of that equation, the robbers are the ones to root for, not the banks. Only in superhero movies and the news do they try to make us think we’re against the bank robbers. (The New York Times, 2018)
Guy Ritchie
I’m up for it.... I’m a guy that likes to work so I’m gonna work. And I’ll work with whatever I can to make it work. I’m not an absolutist about what a genre is so I’m not a no-man, I’m a yes-man when it comes to making something manifest. (Variety, 2017)
Gina Rodriguez
I would love to be a superhero—that’s all I want to do is play a superhero. (E! Online, 2015)
Saoirse Ronan
If a script came along that was strong, interesting, original, I would take it. A good script is a good script. (Vogue, 2018)
Winona Ryder
No one is banging my door down to be a superhero. I don’t know how good I would be. I have low bone density, so I don’t know if anyone really wants to put me in a cape and chuck me out a window. (Collider, 2016)
Josh Safdie
A studio offered us to do a sequel to this huge comic-book thing. We just said, “No, we don’t wanna do that!” But we are interested in working in the studio system. (The Independent, 2017)
Andrew Scott
Absolutely, I wouldn’t say no. But it very much depends on the character. And what exactly it is that you’re doing. I’ve definitely had conversations about that world before, but as yet, it hasn’t transpired. So for me, it just depends on the acting requirement. The films are definitely really cool. So, I don’t know. We’ll wait and see. (Digital Spy, 2019)
Amanda Seyfried
They’re highly enjoyable. I love being an audience member. I just don’t want to put on the suit. Nope, I’m not into [stunts]. That’s not where I see my career going. (Late Night with Seth Meyers, 2015)
Alexander Skarsgård
If you do it with the right tone, then sure. (The Guardian, 2015)
Steven Soderbergh
Well, look, those movies are bananas. I see some of them and I’m like, “I couldn’t direct 30 seconds of that.” Just because so much of my time would be spent on things I’m ultimately not interested in. You look at my career, and it’s mostly just two people in a room. Two people in a room to me is exciting. If you look at history, it's the way gigantic things happen; it’s the result of two people in a room. I’ve always felt that was the richest tapestry you could come up with. So anything that isn’t about that, I’m immediately kind of like, “Well, why isn’t it two people in a room?” So you’re just spending all this time having conversations with VFX people, instead of with actors about what the scene is. And that’s what I’m interested in. It’s not that I’m a snob. It’s just that I wasn’t into comic books as a kid, and I’m not interested in things that don’t have to do with performance. (W Magazine, 2017)
Aaron Sorkin
I happen to have meetings coming up with both DC and Marvel. I have to go into these meetings and tell them as respectfully as I can that I’ve never read a comic book. It’s not that I don’t like them. It’s just that I’ve never been exposed to one. So, I’m hoping that somewhere in their library is a comic book character that I’m gonna love and I’m gonna wanna go back and start reading from the first issue on. (ComicBook, 2017)
Lakeith Stanfield
I would love to play the Joker. That’d be beautiful. (Jimmy Kimmel Live, 2020)
Kristen Stewart
I think maybe what I’ve learned is that I don’t want to do another [big franchise] ever again [laughs] … No, I mean, sure. Maybe. I never really limit myself. (Konbini, 2019)
Justin Theroux
There are younger guys than me that are better at it than I am. I’ll leave it up to them. (Vulture, 2014)
Jean-Marc Vallée
If the script is great, yeah. But so far, it’s not my cup of tea. (Hollywood Reporter, 2016)
Paul Verhoeven
If I could add some other level to it, but if it's the same as whatever those other people are doing right now, then no. No! I'm not saying it's not possible, but, like, when they wanted to pit Batman against Superman [laughs, hands flailing] My God! (Metro, 2016)
Denis Villeneuve
No, because I’m not from that culture. I’m French-Canadian which means that my culture is European. I was influenced by authors from France and Belgium, and Europeans are graphic novelists. Honestly, I know very little about most of them. (Happy Sad Confused, 2017)
Mark Wahlberg
I’m not leaving my trailer in a cape. (American Film Market, 2016)
Lulu Wang
[Big movies like that are] really made by committee. And that’s one of the reasons I don’t want to do it right now. Because I haven’t figured out my voice yet as a filmmaker. (Hollywood Reporter, 2019)
Denzel Washington
I haven’t been approached. You know, we’ll see what happens. (Joe.ie, 2018)
Ben Wheatley
They usually take people after two films, and [Free Fire was] film six. So you can safely say they’ll not come fucking knocking on my door. (Q&A, 2017)
Olivia Wilde
Totally, yeah. Absolutely. (MTV, 2019)
Evan Rachel Wood
I would love to be a superhero or something. (Cinephiled, 2014)
Steven Yeun
I’d like to do anything, if it comes my way and moves me I’m into it. (South China Morning Post, 2020)
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2020.01.27 04:59 displacedindavis Every one-hit-wonder playoff matchup in the NFL (non-Super Bowl)

While some playoff matchups have appeared numerous times over the years, others have appeared just once in NFL history. Note that I've avoided Super Bowl matchups (since these tend to produce one-hit-wonder matchups at a much higher rate) but you can feel free to suggest them in the comments.
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2020.01.24 09:05 aurallisun Does Erin Hannon have mental illness?

Let’s face it- The Office is solely for comedy and things like mental illness in characters were not planned. People make dark theories all the time but they’re simply theories and can never really be canon. However I think it’s interesting to analyze to an extent, and in this particular case I can’t seem to find any analysis on said topic, even though it’s quite surface level.
Kelly Erin Hannon is introduced to The Office in Season 5, as a new receptionist at Dundermifflin when Pam joins the Michael Scott Paper Company as a saleswoman. Because there are two girls named Kelly, Kelly Kapoor and Kelly Hannon, Erin decides to go by her middle name instead. This shows her fragile but also flexible identity, as she didn’t really have a solid childhood, moving from foster home to foster home. She quickly reinvents herself with a new name, something many people wouldn’t adjust to.
It’s clear that Erin isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed, and I personally have encountered a lot of Erin haters solely out of the fact that she is “dumb”. (This being said, these same haters in my observation like Kevin, so this logic seems flawed to me) However “dumb” she might be, whether it’s rooted in her up bringing, I think there is a little more to it.
Watching The Office for the first three times, I never was particularly fond of Erin. Her innocent and naive personality never really stuck with me. However, after just watching Secetary’s Day (Season 6 Ep 22) at the lunch table with Michael, Erin seemed to go into shock when Michael revealed that Andy had dated Angela. Though this seems goofy and childish, especially when she hid in her hair, listening to her in distressed was nearly triggering for me as I had had a similar breakdown earlier in the day. Her choppy groans and stressed fidgeting, like raking her hands through her hair actually remind her of myself and my full on breakdowns. I think this is because she as a person is extremely fragile and insecure, leaving her vulnerable to breakdowns at even minor information. Having had childhood trauma, she seeks comfort in her hair, her “room” as a kid. It’s a form of escapism when reality is too stressful to process.
Though this arguably just shows evidence of her upbringing and childhood struggles and trauma, having clinical depression, anxiety, and minor ptsd myself I wondered if this could also be a contributing mental illness. Especially some of her reactions in the restaurant resemble aspects of mental illnesses which I can’t claim to have experienced myself.
Her intelligence, is also a factor to keep in mind. Is she really dumb? Or is she mentally ill? What’s your take?
I personally have grown quite fond of her character now seeing her vulnerability and how it resonates with me. Remember that mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of and should be openly accepted as normal! Get rid of the stigma bois :)
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2020.01.16 10:55 bookseller10 Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-10)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

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  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb
  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson
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  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman
  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;
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  15. Essential Calculus, 2nd Edition:James Stewart
  16. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition:Mehdi Khosrow-Pou
  17. Criminal Procedure,3rd Edition:Matthew Lippman
  18. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition:Patrick S. Bresnan
  19. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive (MindTap Course List) 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Joy L. Starks & Eric Schmieder
  20. Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future ,1st Edition:Edmond Mathez & Jason Smerdon
  21. Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs,2nd Edition:Muriel J. Harris
  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  23. Business and Administrative Communication, 11th Edition:Kitty O. Locker & Donna S. Kienzler
  24. Communicating in Small Groups: Principles and Practices ,11th Edition:Steven A. Beebe & John T. Masterson
  25. MCSA Guide to Configuring Advanced Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 Services, Exam 70-412,1st Edition:Greg Tomsho
  26. Essentials of Family Therapy, The,6th Edition:Michael P. Nichols
  27. Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice, and Research,5th Edition:Joanna Rowe Kaakinen & Deborah Padgett Coehlo
  28. Evidence-Based Nursing,4th Edition:Sarah Jo Brown
  29. Developmental Biology,11th Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & Michael J. F. Barresi
  30. Understanding Wine Chemistry,1st Edition: Andrew L. Waterhouse & Gavin L. Sacks & David W. Jeffery
  31. Big C++: Late Objects,3rd Edition:Cay S. Horstmann
  32. Basic College Mathematics,8th Edition:John Tobey Jr.
  33. African-American Odyssey, The, Combined Volume,7th Edition:Darlene Clark Hine
  34. Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics,7th Edition: Fawwaz T. Ulaby & Umberto Ravaioli
  35. The 10-Minute Clinical Assessment,2nd Edition:Knut Schroeder
  36. Introductory Chemistry,6th Edition:Nivaldo J. Tro
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  38. How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You,1st Edition:Leil Lowndes
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  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
  43. Cities and Urban Life (6th Edition): John J. Macionis & Vincent N. Parrillo
  44. International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace,11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill Dr & G. Tomas M. Hult
  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
  46. Excellence Through Equity:Alan M. Blankstein
  47. Fundamentals of Information Systems,8th Edition: Ralph Stair & George Reynolds
  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
  49. Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts,5th Edition:Andrew Burr
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  57. Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care,7th Edition: Margaret M. Andrews & Joyceen S. Boyle
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  59. City of Gangs: Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster:Andrew Davies
  60. Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach,5th Edition: Leslie A. Miller & Robert L. Lovler
  61. Psychology in Modules,11th Edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  62. Youth Street Gangs,1st Edition:David C. Brotherton
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  64. Consumer Behaviour: Buying, Having, and Being, Seventh Canadian Edition (7th Edition):Michael R. Solomon
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  67. Excellence in Business Communication,12th Edition:John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  68. Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting (9th Edition):Jerry J. Bigner & Clara Gerhardt
  69. Health Psychology: Biopsychosocial Interactions,9th Edition: Edward P. Sarafino & Timothy W. Smith
  70. Macroeconomics: 5th Canadian Edition - Study Guide and Workbook:N. Gregory Mankiw & William Scarth
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  72. Nursing Theorists and Their Work,8th Edition: Martha Alligood
  73. Republican Like Me:Ken Stern
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  75. Pharmacology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series),5th Edition:Richard A. Harvey & Michelle A Clark & Richard Finkel & Jose A. Rey & Karen Whalen
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  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
  78. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  79. Windows Server 2016: Server Infrastructure (IT Pro Solutions):William Stanek
  80. Human Development: A Cultural Approach, 1st Edition:Jeffrey J. Arnett
  81. Diversity in Families,10th Edition:Maxine Baca Zinn; & D. Stanley Eitzen & Barbara Wells
  82. A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books, Movies, and Popular Culture, 4th Edition:Douglas A. Van Belle
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  174. Digital Media Law,2nd Edition:Ashley Packard
  175. Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology,4th Edition: Connie Allen & Valerie Harper
  176. The Religion Toolkit: A Complete Guide to Religious Studies,1st Edition: John Morreall & Tamara Sonn
  177. Microeconomics,4th Edition: Paul Krugman & Robin Wells
  178. Digital Media Ethics, 2nd Edition:Charles Ess
  179. Investigating Terrorism: Current Political, Legal and Psychological Issues,1st Edition:John Pearse
  180. The Psychology of Terrorism 2nd Edition:John G. Horgan
  181. Religions of the World (13th Edition): Lewis M. Hopfe & Mark R. Woodward & Brett Hendrickson
  182. Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities (7th Edition): Michael Sullivan & Michael Sullivan III
  183. Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors (7th Edition): Frank M. Carrano & Timothy M. Henry
  184. Business Communication Essentials,Global 7th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill
  185. China's Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle-Income Trap: Arie Y. Lewin & Martin Kenney
  186. Politics in China: An Introduction, 2nd Edition:William A. Joseph
  187. Interpersonal Conflict,10th Edition:William Wilmot
  188. Data Structures and Algorithms Using Java, 1st Edition:William McAllister
  189. Word Power Made Easy:Norman Lewis
  190. The Journey of Adulthood (8th Edition):Barbara R. Bjorklund
  191. Statistics for The Behavioral and Social Sciences,5th Edition: Arthur Aron & Elliot J. Coups & Elaine N. Aron
  192. Alan Turing: The Enigma: The Book That Inspired the Film The Imitation Game: Andrew Hodges
  193. Personality: Classic Theories and Modern Research,6th Edition: Howard S. Friedman & Miriam W. Schustack
  194. Age of Opportunity: Laurence Steinberg
  195. Introduction to Econometrics, Update (3rd Edition): James H. Stock & Mark W. Watson
  196. Policy Analysis: Concepts and Practice, 6th Edition: David L. Weimer & Aidan R. Vining
  197. International Trade, Fourth Edition: Robert C. Feenstra & Alan M. Taylor
  198. Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics 11th Edition: Ferdinand P. Beer & E. Russell Johnston Jr. & David Mazurek
  199. Brief Principles of Macroeconomics,8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  200. Mass Media and American Politics,9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna Dunaway
  201. Auditing & Assurance Services , 7th Edition: Timothy J Louwers & Allen Blay & David Sinason & Jerry R Strawser & Jay C. Thibodeau
  202. Concepts in Federal Taxation 2018,25th Edition:Kevin E. Murphy
  203. Developmental Psychology: The Growth of Mind and Behavior:Frank Keil
  204. Medical Terminology Quick & Concise: A Programmed Learning Approach,1st Edition: Marjorie Canfield Willis
  205. Organizational Behaviour: Understanding and Managing Life at Work,10th Edition: Gary Johns & Alan M. Saks
  206. Casebook for DSM-5™: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning: Elizabeth Ventura
  207. Canadian Business And The Law,6th Edition: Dorothy Duplessis & Shannon O'By
  208. Public Speaking: Strategies for Success (8th Edition):David Zarefsky
  209. Practicing Texas Politics, 2017-2018 Edition,17th Edition: Lyle Brown & Joyce A. Langenegger
  210. A Course in Ordinary Differential Equations, 2nd Edition: Stephen A. Wirkus & Randall J. Swift
  211. Managerial Economics and Strategy,2nd Edition: Jeffrey M. Perloff & James A. Brander
  212. Great Groups: Creating and Leading Effective Groups,1st Edition:David R. Hutchinson
  213. Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture,4th Edition:Andrew M. Pomerantz
  214. Empowerment Series: Research Methods for Social Work,9th Edition: Allen Rubin & Earl R. Babbie
  215. Human Sexuality Today,8th Edition: Bruce M. King & Pamela Regan
  216. Introduction to US Health Policy,4th Edition:Donald A. Barr
  217. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  218. Lifelong Motor Development,7th Edition:Carl Gabbard
  219. GMAT Prep Plus 2018: 6 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online + Video + Mobile:Kaplan Test Prep
  220. 5 lb. Book of GRE Practice Problems,2nd Edition:Manhattan Prep
  221. GMAT Prep Guide 2017-2018:GMAT Advanced Review Strategy Team
  222. GRE Prep Plus 2018: Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online + Video + Mobile:Kaplan Test Prep
  223. Prebles' Artforms (11th Edition): Duane Preble Emeritus & Sarah Preble & Patrick L. Frank
  224. The New Market Wizards: Conversations with America's Top Traders: Jack D Schwager
  225. Statistical Methods for Engineers,3rd Edition: G. Geoffrey Vining & Scott Kowalski
  226. Introduction to Mass Communication: Media Literacy and Culture,8th Edition:Stanley Baran
  227. Operations Management: Sustainability and Supply Chain Management,12th Edition:Jay Heizer & Barry Render & Chuck Munson
  228. Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiology: Essentials of Respiratory Care,6th Edition:Terry Des Jardins
  229. Rau's Respiratory Care Pharmacology, 9th Edition:Douglas S. Gardenhire
  230. Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance, 7th Edition: Jean M. Williams & Vikki Krane
  231. Infants and Children: Prenatal through Middle Childhood (8th Edition): Laura E. Berk & Adena B. Meyers
  232. How to Write and Present Technical Information, 4th Edition:Charles H. Sides
  233. How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing, 1st Edition:Paul J. Silvia
  234. Sound Systems: Design and Optimization,3rd Edition:Bob McCarthy
  235. Dental Instruments: A Pocket Guide, 4th Edition:Linda R. Bartolomucci Boyd
  236. Electricity for the Entertainment Electrician & Technician,2nd Edition:Richard Cadena
  237. Applied Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist,7th Edition:Haveles, Elena Bablenis
  238. Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist,4th Edition: Jill S. Gehrig & Donald E. Willmann
  239. Sound System Engineering, 4th Edition: Davis, Don & Patronis, Eugene & Brown, Pat
  240. Master Handbook of Acoustics, 6th Edition: F. Alton Everest & Ken C Pohlmann
  241. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition): Joel R. Hass & Maurice D. Weir & George B. Thomas
  242. Design Concepts for Engineers,5th Edition:Mark N. Horenstein
  243. Passing the PRINCE2 Exams For Dummies:Nick Graham
  244. ITIL For Dummies,1st Edition:Peter Farenden
  245. 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People , 1st Edition:Susan Weinschenk
  246. The Design of Everyday Things: Revised and Expanded Edition:Don Norman
  247. Introduction to Derivatives and Risk Management,10th Edition:Don M. Chance
  248. Japanese from Zero! 2:George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  249. Management of Information Security,5th Edition:Michael E. Whitman
  250. Strategic Management and Business Policy,14th Edition: Thomas L. Wheelen & J. David Hunger &, Alan N. Hoffman & Chuck Bamford
  251. Why We Work (TED Books): Barry Schwartz
  252. Readings about the Social Animal,11th Edition: Aronson, Joshua & Elliot Aronson
  253. Statistics for Business and Economics,13th Edition: James T. McClave & P. George Benson
  254. Organizational Behavior,10th Edition: Robert Kreitner & Angelo Kinicki
  255. Business & Society: Ethics, Sustainability & Stakeholder Management,10th Edition: Archie B. Carroll & Jill Brown & Ann K. Buchholtz
  256. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, Applications, Seventh Canadian Edition: Nancy Langton & Stephen P. Robbins & Timothy A. Judge
  257. Japanese from Zero! 1,6th Edition: George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  258. Survey of ECON,3rd Edition:Robert L. Sexton
  259. Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity,1st Edition:Richard A. Peterson
  260. Experimental Organic Chemistry: A Miniscale & Microscale Approach,6th Edition;John C. Gilbert
  261. Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth,13th Edition: Jeffrey S. Nevid & Spencer A. Rathus
  262. Strategic Management: Concepts: Competitiveness and Globalization,12th Edition:Michael A. Hitt
  263. Essentials of International Relations,7th Edition:Karen A. Mingst & Ivan M. Arreguín-Toft
  264. The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution Enlarged Edition:Bernard Bailyn
  265. Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founders Different:Gordon S. Wood
  266. Struggle for Democracy, The, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition (11th Edition): Edward S. Greenberg & Benjamin I. Page
  267. Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment, Comprehensive Volume,23th Edition: David P. Twomey & ‎Marianne M. Jennings & ‎Stephanie Greene
  268. College Algebra and Trigonometry,6th Edition:Margaret L. Lial & John Hornsby
  269. Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen: Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking:Julie Ann Sageer & Leah Bhabha
  270. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, Sixth Edition:Benjamin A. Pierce
  271. Abnormal Psychology and Life: A Dimensional Approach,2nd Edition: Christopher A. Kearney & Timothy J. Trull;
  272. Foundations of Economics: A Christian View:Shawn Ritenour
  273. Eleventh Hour CISSP®,3rd Edition: Eric Conrad & Seth Misenar & Joshua Feldman
  274. Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies (Aspen Student Treatise), 5th Edition:Erwin Chemerinsky
  275. Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum,13th Edition:Laurence M. Behrens & Leonard J. Rosen
  276. Sociology,14th Edition:John J. Macionis
  277. Why Civil Resistance Works:Erica Chenoweth & Maria Stephan
  278. Primate Behavioral Ecology, 5th Edition:Karen B. Strier
  279. Western Attitudes toward Death: Professor Philippe Ariès
  280. Beginning Behavioral Research: A Conceptual Primer (7th Edition): Ralph L. Rosnow & Robert Rosenthal
  281. PostgreSQL: Up and Running,2nd Edition:Regina O. Obe
  282. Muscles: Testing and Function, with Posture and Pain,5th Edition: Kendall, Florence Peterson & McCreary, Elizabeth Kendall,
  283. Secrets: On the Ethics of Concealment and Revelation:Sissela Bok
  284. Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies,12th Edition:Charles R. Goeldner & J. R. Brent Ritchie
  285. The Video Game Debate,1st Edition: Rachel Kowert & Thorsten Quandt
  286. Nutrition Assessment: Clinical and Research Applications, 1st Edition: Nancy Munoz &, Melissa Bernstein
  287. Handbook of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1st Edition: Jerry M. Suls & Karina W. Davidson & Robert M. Kaplan
  288. The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View,3rd Edition:Laura A. King
  289. The Rehabilitation Specialist's Handbook; 4th Edition:Serge H. Roy & Steven L. Wolf & David A. Scalzitti
  290. The Reluctant Fundamentalist:Mohsin Hamid
  291. Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness,: Maggie Callanan & Patricia Kelley
  292. The Purposeful Argument: A Practical Guide,2nd Edition:Harry Phillips & Patricia Bostian
  293. Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences,4th Edition:Brigitte Baldi & David S. Moore
  294. The Practice of Public Relations , 13th Edition:Fraser P. Seitel
  295. Functional Anatomy for Physical Therapists,1st Edition:Jutta Hochschild
  296. The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham:Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks
  297. The Grief Recovery Handbook, 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition:John W. James & Russell Friedman
  298. The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles:Padraic Colum
  299. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 6th Canadian Edition,:Frederic S. Mishkin
  300. Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team,:Prendergast, Heather
  301. The Psychology Major's Companion,: Dana S. Dunn & Jane S. Halonen
  302. The European Culture Area,6th Edition:Alexander B. Murphy & Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov
  303. Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, and Ideas,5th Edition:Henry R. Nau
  304. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume I,3rd Edition:Strayer, Robert W.
  305. Pierson and Fairchild's Principles & Techniques of Patient Care, 6th Edition: Sheryl L. Fairchild & Roberta Kuchler O'Shea & Robin Washington
  306. Modern Management,14th Edition: Samuel C. Certo & S. Trevis Certo
  307. Microeconomics (The Pearson Series in Economics), 5th Edition:R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony P. O'Brien
  308. Managers and the Legal Environment: Strategies for Business,9th Edition:Constance E. Bagley
  309. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  310. Technical Communication, MLA Update , 14th Edition:John M. Lannon & Laura J. Gurak
  311. Survey of Economics , 9th Edition:Irvin B. Tucker
  312. Learning to Program with Alice,3rd Edition:Wanda P. Dann
  313. Strategic Management: Text and Cases,9th Edition:Gregory Dess
  314. Gerontological Nursing Competencies for Care,4th Edition:Kristen L. Mauk
  315. Secrets of Analytical Leaders:Wayne Eckerson
  316. The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business: Timothy Fort & Stephen Presse
  317. Mathematics for the Trades , 8th Edition:Robert A. Carman & Hal M. Saunders
  318. Reframing Organizations: Artistry, Choice, and Leadership,6th Edition:Lee G. Bolman & Terrence E. Deal
  319. An Introduction to Veterinary Medical Ethics: Theory and Cases,2nd Edition:Bernard E. Rollin
  320. A First Course in Probability (International ed of 9th revised ed) ,9th Edition:Sheldon Ross
  321. Argumentation and Critical Decision Making,8th Edition:Richard D. Rieke
  322. Reason and Responsibility: Readings in Some Basic Problems of Philosophy,16th Edition:Joel Feinberg
  323. BRS Physiology,7th Edition:Linda S. Costanzo
  324. Financial Accounting, 6th Canadian Edition:Walter T. Harrison Jr. & Charles T. Horngren & C. William Thomas
  325. Construction Accounting & Financial Management,3rd Edition:Steven J. Peterson
  326. Experiences in Movement and Music,5th Edition:Rae Pica
  327. Essentials of Physical Geology,5th Edition:Reed Wicander
  328. The West: Encounters and Transformations, Volume 1 (5th Edition):Brian Levack and Edward Muir
  329. The Ultimate Job Hunter's Guidebook,7th Edition:Susan Greene
  330. The American Promise, Value Edition, Combined Volume: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann & Martin P. Johnson
  331. Biological Psychology, 11th Edition:James W. Kalat
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  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb
  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson
  5. Calculus, 7th Edition:James Stewart
  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman
  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;
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  9. Customer Relationship Management: Concept, Strategy, and Tools, 2nd Edition: V. Kumar & Werner Reinartz
  10. Mastering the Reading Section for the TOEFL iBT:Kathy Spratt
  11. Workbook for HegneAcello/Caldwell's Nursing Assistant: A Nursing Process Approach, 11th Edition:Barbara Acello
  12. Essentials of Strategic Management: The Quest for Competitive Advantage,6th Edition:John Gamble
  13. Nurse Operating Room (CNOR): Specialty Review and Self-Assessment: Danna Flowers & Tammy Toney-Butler
  14. CNOR Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:CNOR Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  15. Essential Calculus, 2nd Edition:James Stewart
  16. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition:Mehdi Khosrow-Pou
  17. Criminal Procedure,3rd Edition:Matthew Lippman
  18. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition:Patrick S. Bresnan
  19. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive (MindTap Course List) 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Joy L. Starks & Eric Schmieder
  20. Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future ,1st Edition:Edmond Mathez & Jason Smerdon
  21. Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs,2nd Edition:Muriel J. Harris
  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  23. Business and Administrative Communication, 11th Edition:Kitty O. Locker & Donna S. Kienzler
  24. Communicating in Small Groups: Principles and Practices ,11th Edition:Steven A. Beebe & John T. Masterson
  25. MCSA Guide to Configuring Advanced Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 Services, Exam 70-412,1st Edition:Greg Tomsho
  26. Essentials of Family Therapy, The,6th Edition:Michael P. Nichols
  27. Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice, and Research,5th Edition:Joanna Rowe Kaakinen & Deborah Padgett Coehlo
  28. Evidence-Based Nursing,4th Edition:Sarah Jo Brown
  29. Developmental Biology,11th Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & Michael J. F. Barresi
  30. Understanding Wine Chemistry,1st Edition: Andrew L. Waterhouse & Gavin L. Sacks & David W. Jeffery
  31. Big C++: Late Objects,3rd Edition:Cay S. Horstmann
  32. Basic College Mathematics,8th Edition:John Tobey Jr.
  33. African-American Odyssey, The, Combined Volume,7th Edition:Darlene Clark Hine
  34. Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics,7th Edition: Fawwaz T. Ulaby & Umberto Ravaioli
  35. The 10-Minute Clinical Assessment,2nd Edition:Knut Schroeder
  36. Introductory Chemistry,6th Edition:Nivaldo J. Tro
  37. UpDating! : How to Get a Man or Woman Who Once Seemed Out of Your League:Leil Lowndes
  38. How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You,1st Edition:Leil Lowndes
  39. CSET Chemistry Exam Secrets Study Guide:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  40. CSET Science Exam Secrets Study Guide,1st Edition:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  41. The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries:Dr. Dan Engle
  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
  43. Cities and Urban Life (6th Edition): John J. Macionis & Vincent N. Parrillo
  44. International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace,11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill Dr & G. Tomas M. Hult
  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
  46. Excellence Through Equity:Alan M. Blankstein
  47. Fundamentals of Information Systems,8th Edition: Ralph Stair & George Reynolds
  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
  49. Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts,5th Edition:Andrew Burr
  50. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 5th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  51. Federal Income Tax: Code and Regulations--Selected Sections (2017-2018):Martin B. Dickinson
  52. Management Now, 2nd Edition:Andrew W. Ghillyer
  53. CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Pediatrics,22th Edition.: William Hay & Myron Levin & Robin Deterding & Mark Abzug
  54. Psychology,8th Edition: Douglas A. Bernstein & Louis A. Penner & Alison Clarke-Stewart & Edward Roy
  55. Biological Psychology,12th Edition:James W. Kalat
  56. Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences,5th Edition:Frederick J Gravetter
  57. Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care,7th Edition: Margaret M. Andrews & Joyceen S. Boyle
  58. Young China Hand: Matt Huang & Grace Hsu
  59. City of Gangs: Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster:Andrew Davies
  60. Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach,5th Edition: Leslie A. Miller & Robert L. Lovler
  61. Psychology in Modules,11th Edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  62. Youth Street Gangs,1st Edition:David C. Brotherton
  63. Microsoft Visual Basic 2015: RELOADED,6th Edition:Diane Zak
  64. Consumer Behaviour: Buying, Having, and Being, Seventh Canadian Edition (7th Edition):Michael R. Solomon
  65. Essentials of Life-Span Development, 3rd edition:John Santrock
  66. Family Conflict: Managing the Unexpected,1st Edition: Heather Canary & Daniel Canary
  67. Excellence in Business Communication,12th Edition:John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  68. Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting (9th Edition):Jerry J. Bigner & Clara Gerhardt
  69. Health Psychology: Biopsychosocial Interactions,9th Edition: Edward P. Sarafino & Timothy W. Smith
  70. Macroeconomics: 5th Canadian Edition - Study Guide and Workbook:N. Gregory Mankiw & William Scarth
  71. Exploring Strategy: Text and Cases (11th Edition):Gerry Johnson & Richard Whittington & Patrick Regnér & Kevan Scholes & Duncan Angwin
  72. Nursing Theorists and Their Work,8th Edition: Martha Alligood
  73. Republican Like Me:Ken Stern
  74. Linguistics: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition:P. H. Matthews
  75. Pharmacology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series),5th Edition:Richard A. Harvey & Michelle A Clark & Richard Finkel & Jose A. Rey & Karen Whalen
  76. Real Essays Interactive: A Brief Guide to Writing Essays, Updated Edition:Susan Anker
  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
  78. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  79. Windows Server 2016: Server Infrastructure (IT Pro Solutions):William Stanek
  80. Human Development: A Cultural Approach, 1st Edition:Jeffrey J. Arnett
  81. Diversity in Families,10th Edition:Maxine Baca Zinn; & D. Stanley Eitzen & Barbara Wells
  82. A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books, Movies, and Popular Culture, 4th Edition:Douglas A. Van Belle
  83. Julien's Primer of Drug Action - Claire D. Advokat,13th Edition:Advokat, Claire D.& Comaty, Joseph E. & Julien, Robert M.
  84. Roots Too: White Ethnic Revival in Post-Civil Rights America:Matthew Frye Jacobson
  85. Becoming Mexican American: Ethnicity, Culture and Identity in Chicano Los Angeles,:George J. Sanchez
  86. Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing, 9th Edition: Carol J. Huston & Bessie L. Marquis
  87. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America: Erika Lee & Judy Yung
  88. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life,11th Edition:David M. Newman
  89. The Business Writer's Companion,8th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw
  90. Action Research: A Guide for the Teacher Researcher,6th Edition:Geoffrey E. Mills
  91. Electronic Media: Then, Now, and Later,3rd Edition: Norman J. Medoff & Barbara Kaye
  92. Federal Income Taxation, 13th (Concepts and Insights Series): Marvin Chirelstein and Lawrence Zelenak
  93. American Education,18th Edition:Joel Spring
  94. Elementary Linear Algebra,8th Edition:Ron Larson
  95. Speak Up!: An Illustrated Guide to Public Speaking,3rd Edition: Fraleigh, Douglas M. & Tuman, Joseph S.
  96. Introduction to Logic Design,3rd Edition:Marcovitz, Alan B;
  97. How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines:Thomas C Foster
  98. Textiles: Basics (Fashion Series), 1st Edition:Sara J. Kadolph
  99. Conservation Biology: Foundations, Concepts, Applications,2nd Edition:Fred Van Dyke
  100. Human Resource Management,15th Edition;Gary Dessler
  101. Working with Words,9th Edition: Brian S. Brooks & James L. Pinson
  102. The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication,5th Edition; Robert Trager & Susan Dente Ross
  103. Practical Argument: Short 3rd Edition; Laurie G. Kirszner & Stephen R. Mandell
  104. Prelude to Programming,6th Edition; Stewart Venit & Elizabeth Drake;
  105. Philosophy: A Historical Survey with Essential Readings,9th Edition: Samuel Enoch Stumpf & James Fieser
  106. The Koreas,2nd Edition:Charles K. Armstrong
  107. Cengage Advantage Books: The American Past, Volume I: To 1877, 9th Edition:Joseph R. Conlin
  108. Human Motor Control,2nd Edition:David A. Rosenbaum
  109. Criminal Procedure (Justice Series),3rd Edition:John L. Worrall
  110. Understanding Nutrition,15th Edition:Eleanor Noss Whitney
  111. The Social Organization of Work,5th Edition:Randy Hodson
  112. Il tempo degli stregoni. 1919-1929:Wolfram Eilenberger
  113. Depressione: Quando non è solo tristezza,Italian Edition:C. Di Agostino and M. Fabi
  114. On Epistemology,1st Edition;Linda Zagzebski
  115. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings,11th Edition; Robert C. Solomon & K athleen M. Higgins
  116. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices,7th Edition:Michael H. Granof; Saleha B. Khumawala; Thad D. Calabrese; Daniel L. Smith
  117. Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th Edition:Diane Huber
  118. Classroom Assessment,1st Edition:Dr Craig A Mertler
  119. Ritratto di uno stalker (Omero), Italian Edition:Cinzia Piccoli
  120. Project Management Case Studies,5th Edition:Harold Kerzner
  121. The Politics of Canadian Foreign Policy, 4th Edition,:Kim Richard Nossal & Stéphane Roussel & Stéphane Paquin
  122. Health and Wellness for Life With Online Study Guide (Health on Demand) 1st Edition:Human Kinetics
  123. HOW 13: A Handbook for Office Professionals,13th Edition: James L. Clark & Lyn R. Clark
  124. Discovering the Internet: Complete,5th Edition:Jennifer Campbell
  125. An Introduction to Community & Public Health,9th Edition: James F. McKenzie & Robert R. Pinger & Denise Seabert
  126. The Brief American Pageant: A History of the Republic, Volume I: To 1877,9th Edition: David M. Kennedy & Lizabeth Cohen
  127. Technical Drawing with Engineering Graphics,15th Edition: Frederick E Giesecke & Alva Mitchell & Henry C Spencer
  128. Solid Waste Engineering: A Global Perspective,3rd Edition: William A. Worrell & P. Aarne Vesilind
  129. Strategic Marketing, 10th Edition:David Cravens & Nigel Piercy
  130. South-Western Federal Taxation 2018: Individual Income Taxes,41th Edition: William H. Hoffman & James C. Young
  131. Human Resource Management,14th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson
  132. Working in Groups (6th Edition): Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  133. Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies, 7th Edition: Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  134. Media & Culture: Mass Communication in a Digital Age,10th Edition: Richard Campbell & Christopher R. Martin & Bettina Fabos
  135. Government Policy Towards Business,5th Edition:James A. Brander
  136. The Norton Anthology of English Literature,Vol. 1, 9th Edition:Stephen Greenblatt
  137. Violence and Maltreatment in Intimate Relationships,1st Edition: Cindy L. Miller-Perrin & Robin D. Perrin & Claire M. Renzetti
  138. Introduction to Linear Algebra (5th International Edition):Lee W. Johnson
  139. The New Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition: Sheila C. Grossman & Theresa M. Valiga
  140. The Call to Write, Brief,6th Edition:John Trimbur
  141. Human Nature and the Evolution of Society,1st Edition:Stephen K. Sanderson
  142. Public Administration: An Action Orientation,7th Edition: Robert B. Denhardt & Janet V. Denhardt & Tara A. Blanc
  143. Phlebotomy: A Competency Based Approach,4th Edition: Lillian Mundt & Kathryn Booth
  144. The Legal Environment of Business: Text and Cases,10th Edition:Frank B. Cross
  145. Charlotte Huck's Children's Literature: A Brief Guide,2nd Edition: Kiefer, Barbara & Tyson, Cynthia
  146. Clinical Assessment Workbook: Balancing Strengths and Differential Diagnosis,2nd Edition:Elizabeth Pomeroy
  147. Korea's Online Gaming Empire:Dal Yong Jin
  148. Sensation and Perception, 1st Edition:Steven Yantis
  149. Elementary Statistics in Social Research,12th Edition: James Alan Fox & Jack A. Levin & David R. Forde
  150. Procedures in the Justice System (11th Edition): Cliff Roberson & Harvey Wallace
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2020.01.02 11:30 TrumpSupportersRisis A short list of Republicans that are convicted and accused of sexual assault and pedophilia.

No surprise a sub that loves to hate pedos downvoting based on partisan beliefs , #SAD!!!
Here is a SHORT list of Republicans accused and or convicted of sex crimes /domestic crimes against children and adults.
I encourage anyone out there to do their own list on democrats
Off the top of my head I can only think of Wiener
Lets dive into it with the head honcho himself
Donald Trump is accused of sexual assault by multiple women. His wife said he raped her before she decided to describe it differently [He is accused of raping a 13-year-old girl with Jeffrey Epstein](https://radaronline.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/jeffrey-epstein-lawsuit-docs-signed.pdf) and walking in on teens in the Miss Teen USA pageant. [He bragged of walking in on naked women at pageants](https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/donald-trump-former-miss-arizona-tasha-dixon-naked-undressed-backstage-howard-stern-a7357866.html) and of course, of grabbing women “by the pussy.” Judge Roy Moore is accused of sexual assault and dating underage women. Rep Jim Jordan is seeking to step into Speaker Ryan’s shoes even though he is accused of ignoring sexual assault of young men while a coach, dismissing it as locker room talk Former Republican Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert convicted of sex abuse Former Cobb County COP Chairman Joseph Russell Dendy - child molesting So-called "pro-life"/ antigay activist Howard Scott Heldreth was convicted of raping a child GOP Richland County Commissioner David F. Swartz convicted of sexually abusing a girl from age 6 upwards - released after only 8 years!!!! Republican judge Mark Pazuhanich pleaded no contest to molesting his 10-year-old daughter. Republican anti-abortion activist Nicholas Morency pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography on his computer and offering a bounty to anybody who murders an abortion doctor. Republican Speaker of the House in Puerto Rico Edison Misla Aldarondo was sentenced to 10 years in prison for raping his daughter between the ages of 9 and 17. Republican Mayor Philip Giordano is serving a 37-year sentence in federal prison for sexually abusing 8- and 10-year old girls. Republican campaign consultant Tom Shortridge was sentenced to three years probation for taking nude photographs of a 15-year old girl. Republican racist pedophile and United States Senator Strom Thurmond had sex with a 15-year old black girl which produced a child. She was underage. It was rape. Republican pastor Mike Hintz, whom George W. Bush commended during the 2004 presidential campaign, surrendered to police after admitting to a sexual affair with a female juvenile. Republican legislator Peter Dibble pleaded no contest to having an inappropriate relationship with a 13-year-old girl. Republican Congressman Donald "Buz" Lukens was found guilty of having sex with a female minor and sentenced to one month in jail. ONE MONTH!!!!! Republican fundraiser Richard A. Delgaudio was found guilty of child porn charges and paying two teenage girls to pose for sexual photos. Republican of the Year Mark A. Grethen convicted on six counts of sex crimes involving children. Keep reading, it’s half-way down the page. Republican state senator Ralph Shortey from Oklahoma admitted to being involved in sodomy with a 17 year old male prostitute and transporting child pornography. He was sentenced to 15 years. Republican activist Randal David Ankeney pleaded guilty to attempted sexual assault on a child. Republican Congressman Dan Crane had sex with a page. To be fair, Dem Congressman was Gerry Studds was also caught for the same thing. The Congressional Page scandal. Republican Congressman Mark Foley abruptly resigned from Congress after "sexually explicit" emails surfaced showing him flirting with a 16-year old boy. GOP Congressman Jim Kolbe - suspected of being too “close” to underage pages. Republican activist and Christian Coalition leader Beverly Russell admitted to an incestuous relationship with his stepdaughter. Republican congressman and anti-gay activist *Robert Bauman** was charged with having sex with a 16-year-old boy he picked up at a gay bar. 26 Republican Committee Chairman Jeffrey Patti was arrested for distributing a video clip of a 5-year-old girl being raped and notice, they agreed his record could be expunged in THREE YEARS! 27 Republican legislative aide *Howard L. Brooks** was charged with molesting a 12-year old boy and possession of child pornography. 28 Republican Senate candidate John Hathaway was accused of having sex with his 12-year old babysitter and withdrew his candidacy after the allegations were reported in the media. 29 Republican preacher *Stephen White**, who demanded a return to traditional values, was sentenced to jail after offering $20 to a 14-year-old boy for permission to perform oral sex on him. 30 Republican talk show host Jon Matthews pleaded guilty to exposing his genitals to an 11 year old girl. 31 Republican anti-gay activist Earl "Butch" Kimmerling was sentenced to 40 years in prison for molesting an 8-year old girl after he attempted to stop a gay couple from adopting her. 32 Republican Party leader Paul Ingram pleaded guilty to six counts of raping his daughters and served 14 years in federal prison. 33 Republican election board official Kevin Coan was sentenced to two years probation for soliciting sex over the internet from a 14-year old girl. 34 Republican politician *Andrew Buhr** was charged with two counts of first degree sodomy with a 13-year old boy. 35 Republican politician Keith Westmoreland was arrested on seven felony counts of lewd and lascivious exhibition to girls under the age of 16. He committed suicide 36 Republican anti-abortion activist John Allen Burt was charged with sexual misconduct involving a 15-year old girl. 37 Republican County Councilman *Keola Childs** pleaded guilty to molesting a male child. 38 Republican activist, McCain office manager Jeffrey Claude Bartleson, was arrested for molesting the child of a campaign volunteer. 39 NYC councilman, Republican-Queens, Dennis Gallagher - rape 40 Republican Mayoral Candidate and pastor - Rambler was accused of having sex with an underage boy and was convicted of soliciting explicit photos from a swingers' group & using the pics to extort money 41 Republican City Councilman Fred C. Smeltzer, Jr. pleaded no contest to raping a 15-year-old girl and served 6-months in prison. 42 Republican activist Parker J. Bena pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography on his home computer and was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison and fined $18,000. 43 GOP Sen aide Ryan Loskarn committed suicide after child porn arrest 44 Republican parole board officer and former Colorado state representative, Larry Jack Schwarz, was fired after child pornography was found in his possession. 45 Faith and Family Alliance director, Republican strategist, and lobbyist Robin Vanderwall was convicted in of five counts of soliciting sex from boys and girls over the internet. It's at the end or article, after all his illegal lobbying schemes https://t.co/gVbGFfAtZe 46 Republican businessman Jon Grunseth withdrew his candidacy for Minnesota governor after allegations surfaced that he went swimming in the nude with four underage girls, including his daughter 47 Republican director of the "Young Republican Federation" Nicholas Elizondo molested his 6-year old daughter and was sentenced to six years in prison 48 Republican benefactor of conservative Christian groups, Richard A. Dasen Sr. rape. Dasen has allegedly told police that over the past decade he paid more than $1 million to have sex with a large number of young women 49 Republican Judge and campaign official Tim Nolan for President Donald Trump indicted for human trafficking and forcing a minors (9) to engage in sexual activity 50 Republican County Board Candidate Brent Schepp was charged with molesting a 14-year old girl. 
51 Randall Casseday, HR Director for right-wing Washington Times - caught in an underage sex sting - "The Washington Times is the only newspaper where the moral issues of family and faith are proudly reported on the front page on a regular basis"
52 Republican chairman of the Oregon Christian Coalition Lou Beres confessed to molesting a 13-year old girl
53 Republican County Constable Larry Dale Floyd was arrested on suspicion of soliciting sex with an 8-year old girl. Authorities say Floyd also was interested in a 3-year-old girl and 16-month-old boy.
54 Republican Party leader Bobby Stumbo was arrested for having sex with a 5-year old boy, in other words, rape.
55 Republican petition drive manager Tom Randall pleaded guilty to molesting two girls under the age of 14, one of them the daughter of an associate in the petition business.
56 Republican County Chairman Armando Tebano was arrested for sexually molesting a 14-year-old girl.
57 Republican teacher and former city councilman John Collins pled guilty to sexually molesting 13 and 14-year-old girls.
58 Republican campaign worker Mark Seidensticker was found guilty of offering alcohol and cigarettes to a 14-year-old boy. Authorities accused him of having offered beer and cigarettes to a boy while driving a car with a trunk stocked with blankets, duct tape, rope, and a lubricant. Seidensticker worked on NH Republican state executive councilor Burton campaigns for more than a decade. Burton knew he was convicted of assault when he hired him.
59 Republican Mayor Tom Adams was arrested for distributing child pornography over the internet.
60 Republican Mayor John Gosek was arrested on charges of soliciting sex from two 15-year old girls.
61 Republican Committeeman John R. Curtin was charged with molesting a teenage boy and unlawful sexual contact with a minor
62 Republican zoning supervisor, Boy Scout leader, Lutheran church president, and BTK killer Dennis L. Rader pleaded guilty to performing a sexual act on an 11-year old girl he murdered.
63 GOP ad consultant Carey Lee Cramer who created an anti-Gore ad modeled on LBJ's "Daisy" ad convicted of sexual assault of 2 8-year-old girls, including his daughter who appeared in the ad.
64 Republican Lobbyist Craig Spence - running call-boy prostitution ring, killed himself. While I am not posting people arrested for soliciting a prostitute, someone who runs a prostitution ring is a whole different kettle of fish.
65 Republican Judge Ronald C. Kline was placed under house arrest for child molestation and possession of child pornography
66 GOP state Rep Jim Knoblach of St. Cloud, MN ended his re-election campaign Friday amid detailed accusations from his adult daughter of what she described as his inappropriate behavior toward her since childhood
67 Steve Aiken(82), campaign manager for a Republican candidate for Congress in Arizona, former Quakertown, PA, police officer, and self-proclaimed reverend, was convicted of having sex with two underage girls
68 Republican president of the New York City Housing Development Corp. Russell Harding pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography on his computer
69 Republican state representative Bob Allen charged with soliciting oral sex from a male undercover cop. Normally, I would ignore a gay man being arrested for being gay, but he claimed Fear of Black men made him do it
70 Republican prosecutor John David Roy Atchison arrested on charges of flying across the country to try and have sex with a five-year-old girl. Committed suicide.
71 Republican chairman & radio show host E Ozwald Balfour arrested on four counts of forcible sex abuse/groping
72 Clifton Bennett, 18, son of Arizona Republican state senator Ken Bennett plead guilty to assaulting 3 boys, aged 11-15 with broomsticks up their rectal areas. They sodomized 18 boys and were not charged with sexual assault
73 Republican preacher Hewart Lee Bennett arrested for soliciting sex from 16-year-old boys while claiming that he did so to gain their trust and then teach them the love of Jesus
74 Republican commission candidate Wilton Frederick Bland sentenced to 80 years in prison for various sex crimes including 45 counts of first-degree rape of an 11-year-old
75 Republican councilman John Bryan resigned from office and committed suicide several hours later, just a few minutes before police arrived at his home to question him about his alleged rape of his two adoptive daughters, ages 12 and 15
76 Garrett Ventry-Judiciary Committee communications aide coordinating GOP messaging on Christine Blasey Ford’s allegation forced to resign due to sexual harassment claims. He denies them 77 Republican staffer and long-term director of financial operations for Seattle Republicans Larry Corrigan pleaded guilty for attempted rape of a 13-year-old girl 78 Republican talk show host Scott Eller Cortelyou plead guilty on charges of using the Internet to try and lure a child into a sexual relationship with him 79 Republican constable Joshua Dickens sentenced to five years in prison for torture-related activities against a young woman. 80 Republican spokesman Brian Doyle arrested for trying to seduce a 14-year-old girl over the Internet. He was later sentenced to 5 years in prison 81 Republican campaign official and former Romney staffer Matthew Joseph Elliott convicted of sexual exploitation of a child Got a great deal, but really went astray, ending up murdering a child. 82 Republican party chair Donald Fleischman was charged with two counts of child enticement and one count of exposing himself to a child 83 Republican Michael Flory, former head of the Michigan Young American Foundation, raped a colleague at convention 84 Richard Gardner, a Nevada State Representative (R), admitted to molesting his two daughters and 34% of voters still voted for him. That 7 over the Keyes Constant! 85 George Roche III resigned as president of conservative Hillsdale College in Michigan after accusations of a quasi-incestuous relationship with his daughter-in-law, Lissa. This is an exception to my no adultery rule because yuck, his daughter-in-law. How could he do that to his son? 86 Bishop Paprocki is not a sexual predator, but he protects them. He protected and enabled pedophile priests. He engages in partisanship to order Democratic politicians be denied communion by all priests in his diocese, including Dick Durbin 87 Republican high-level Bush appointee Dr. David Hager sodomized his wife while she slept. She divorced him for it. 88 Republican sheriff Don Haidl used his office to try to smear the victim that was gang raped. The main perpetrator was Haidl’s son, who poisoned the victim. Sheriff Haidl claims that the girl deserved it because she was a "slut." The original story I linked is now 404, but here is another one. 89 Republican activist Neal Horsley admits to having had sex with a mule. Horsley also wants all homosexuals arrested and solicited murders of abortion providers on his Nuremberg files site. 90 Conservative Cardinal Bernard Law of Boston covered up thousands of instances of sexual molestation by fellow conservative members of the clergy. 91 Republican congressman Joseph McDade charged with exposing his genitalia to two women on a public beach 92 Republican delegate Robert McKee resigns after police seized two computers and videotapes from his home pertaining to child pornography 93 Republican blowhard TV personality Bill O’Reilly paid several million dollars to settle a sexual harassment suit with Andrea Mackris. 94 Republican mega-preacher Marshal Seymour arrested on charges of having sex with underage boys. Seymour had been jailed almost a decade earlier for similar charges in a different state 95 White supremacist National Vanguard leader Kevin Alfred Strom arrested and charged with child pornography 96 Daniel Dean Thompson founded a family-values film company that removed all the "bad parts" from films to make them family-friendly front for child porn, arrested for having sex with 14-year-old 97 Wharton prof & conservative consultant on media effects on children Lawrence Scott Ward had video of himself having sex with children. Sex tourist 98 Spokane Republican homophobic mayor Jim West recalled after evidence surfaced that he molested little boys 99 Focus on the Family's Steve Wilsey - molesting an 8-year-old boy 100 Republican Southern Baptist megachurch pastor Paul Williams faces charges of molesting his son 101 Chairman of the Young Republican National Federation, Glenn Murphy Jr., from Indiana was busted for assaulting another man. Not the first time it's happened. 102 Republican Township Supervisor Robert Holland pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 92-year-old nursing home resident in 2006. He was given a two-to-four-year sentence. 103 Antigay pastor Leonard Ray Owens told a woman who had miscarriage she was possessed by a sex spirit and lesbian demon so he raped her. 104 GOP State Rep & House Minority Leader Galen Fox convicted of molesting a woman who was a flight with him from Honolulu to Los Angeles 105 Albert Andre Zimmerman, a GOP-appointed spokesperson for the State of Florida Department of Children and Families, producing child porn. See also The Wrong Voice 106 The Republican Mayor of Collins Missouri, and Pastor of the Temple Lot Church in Collins, Allen D. Kauffman caught in internet sting by an adult pretending to be 13 107 Dana Rorabacher's aide Jeffrey Nielson, sex with underage boys 108 SD State GOP Rep Ted Klaudt: rape, sexual exploitation of a minor, witness tampering, stalking. Five victims, three foster children who lived with Klaudt. 109 Elyria Ohio city councilman, Republican Joseph Monteleone Jr. was found guilty of fondling underage girls 110 GOP County Commissioner Patrick Lee McGuire child molestation 111 Republican Mayor Jeffrey Kyle Randall was sentenced nine months in jail and six years on probation on charges that he molested two boys 112 Republican Judge Donald Thompson from Oklahoma, was found guilty on four counts of indecent exposure after using a penis pump while presiding over court cases. 113 Ohio GOP Caucus lawyer Stephen Linne - "Naked Photographer" a moniker suggesting his snapping pics of women in the nude was harmless. It was not 114 OP Sheriff candidate Eddie Frankum indicted for sexual harassment and illegally detaining women while police chief. 115 GOP campaign volunteer and national convention delegate Ted Bundy - kidnapping, rape, murder 116 Gun activist Cody Williams - child sexual assault 117 Christian Television Network entertainer Ronald William Brown convicted for child porn, the rest is just too disturbing to go into 118 GOP state Senate aide Alan Berlin - internet child sex. I don't care about him being a furry. I know a few furries who are lovely people, including one of my nephews. They are not pedophiles and the headline is offensive. 119 Trump White House aide Rob Porter - domestic violence 120 Roger Ailes, Republican propagandist, sexual harassment 121 Jason Miller, Trump campaign staffer and Trump advocate on CNN - poisoned ex with abortion pill It's not the sex, it's not the desire for abortion, it's the doing it against her will 122 GOP megadonor Steve Wynn - sexual harassment 123 Former Republican Michael Cohen used threats and money to silence women and reporters who could expose sexual predator 124 GOP Sen Patrick Meehan - sexual harassment 125 GOP Congressman Blake Farenthold - sexual harassment 
127 KY GOP state legislator Dan Johnson accused of sexual assault of 17-year-old. Killed himself
128 OR GOP state senator, Jeff Kruse, subjected two women senators to unwanted sexual touching
129 Pennsylvania Republican state rep Nick Miccarelli - domestic violence
130 Republican CO state senator Randy Baumgardner - sexual harassment,
131 OH state representative, Republican Wes Goodman — inappropriate behavior
He was also accused of fondling an underage boy
132 MN state rep Tony Cornish - sexual harassment
133 AZ state rep Don Shooter - sexual harassment
134 FL state senator Jack Latvala - sexual harassment, assault
135 KY state rep Jeff Hoover — sexual harassment
136 Idaho GOP state rep Brandon Hixon - child molestation, committed suicide
137 Republican Ohio state senator Cliff Hite — sexual harassment
138 Cumberland County Commissioner Bruce Barclay is not included because he hired male and female prostitutes every week. He’s included because he taped them without their knowledge.
139 GOP Congressional candidate Derek Walker - broke into ex’s house to tape her having sex
140 Franklin Graham, partisan religious leader, uses his family name & father’s credibility to protect child molesters and sexual predators, including Trump, Roy Moore, and Kavanaugh
141 Republican Judge Alex Kozinski, Brett Kavanaugh’s mentor: sexual harassment
142 Trump Deputy Chief of Staff for Communication Bill Shine - an expert at protecting and covering up sexual harassment and abuse.
143 How did I forget GOP Sen. Bob Packwood - serial sexual misconduct
144 Republican Columbus Mayor Dana Rinehart was never indicted for molesting 13-year-old babysitter, but years later it was discovered cop spied on her and family and worked to protect him from an indictment
145 Samuel Barstow Kent Republican Judge - sexual assault. By the way, he thinks prison is unfair
146 MO Gov Eric Greitens - consensual affair, BUT he took nude photos and threatened to publicize them. Yes, charges dropped, but only because the prosecutor was also a witness which is not allowed. Also, stealing from charity
147 Montgomery Co GOP Chair Robert Kerns - rape pled to indecent sexual assault
148 Edison Misla Aldarondo, Republican Speaker of the House in Puerto Rico, rape of 17-year-old girl, molesting stepdaughter, plus corruption
149 Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas - sexual harassment. He lied to the Senate. Senate Judiciary did not allow other accusers to testify.
150 GOP Candidate for ME House, James Tracey, Jr.
indicted for rape in Rhode Island, stayed in the race, won the primary, lost general, pled no contest and got probation. These were taken from Newsbank, a subscription service through my library so the links would not work for many. I took screenshots of the articles.
151 Alabama RW religious leader - Ralph Lee Aaron - child molesting 152 NV Governor Jim Gibbons - accused of assaulting a woman, settled a civil suit 153 PA GOP Congressman Don Sherwood - not for having an affair, but for assaulting and choking the woman he had an affair with 154 Republican Judge Mark Fuller - domestic violence 155 GOP Rep Trent Franks - harassment of his office staff - to serve as a surrogate for him and his wife, this makes me feel sad, actually 156 GOP Congressional aide Matthew Pennell - child molesting plea deal to 2 or 17 charges 157 GOP Presidential candidate Herman Cain - sexual harassment 158 Tennessee GOP state rep Scott DesJarlais - OK, these are consensual affairs, but with PATIENTS!!!! 159 GOP Rep John Schmitz - John Birch Society member had two families (one he did not support) - and obviously there was some sickness going on because one of his daughters is Mary Kay LeTourneau the child-raping teacher. 160 California GOP Rep Ernie Konnyu - sexual harassment 161 Styles Bridges - R-MA - This man was filth. He extorted Dem Sen Hunt of WY that he would reveal his son’s homosexuality unless Hunt resigned so the R’s could get his seat. Hunt refused, but then killed himself. This headline is from a citizen’s jury, not a real one 162 Joe McCarthy, R-WI, started the Lavender Scare, a purge of gays from government. Many other Republicans joined in. Technically not a crime, but surely an immoral act 163 Pastor Roy D. Bolden, Providence RI GOP Chair child molestation and sexual assault 164 Ron P Broussard, Jr of TRUMP UNIVERSITY - sex with 8-year-old 165 Republican state senate candidate Sherman Lee Criner - molesting a 6-year-old girl. Prosecutors used an unusual standard of enough evidence to convict rather than probable cause, possibly because he is a popular lawyer. NOT CLEARED, just not indicted 166 Wenatchee Republican Michael T McCourt molested children for 30 years behind a civic front as a utilities commissioner, political operative and community volunteer, Then asked judge for leniency because of all his community activism 167 Unsuccessful Republican candidate William C Mach - child molestation. Ironically, he ran on a campaign to fight child molestation and was endorsed by related organizations Dn61JpVUUAAh619.jpg-large.jpeg 168 Republican Sheriff Perry Grogan continued to campaign despite indictment for child molestation, probably because of disgraceful coverage like this in the screenshot. He was convicted. Dn65azvV4AEabLA.jpg-large.jpeg 169 Republican campaign consultant and Baptist pastor Kenneth Adkins - child molestation. By the way, he said Pulse victims got what they deserved. So should he. 170 GOP candidate for OH legislature James E. Dutschke = child molestation, also investigated for ricin letters to Obama 171 Brian O'Toole, Republican Sunnyvale mayor convicted of child molestation. See screenshot as the newspaper is on NewsBank, accessible with some library cards, but not for everyone. Dn69oLGUwAEfpET.jpg 172 Last month Indianapolis Republican City Councilman Jeff Miller resigned/plea deal for child molestion 173 While Douglas Marks was a teacher, he was probably able to abuse two generations of children because of his wealthy Republican family. His brother was Speaker of the House. 174 Vermont Republican state senator Norman McAllister who's one of the Legislature's most outspoken conservatives charged with sexual assault, human trafficking, and prohibited acts. Made a plea deal 
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2019.12.31 18:16 Number333 I watched 108 movies in 2019 and decided to rank them - here they are

DISCLAIMER: Since I imagine a few of these opinions are out there - the best way I can describe my taste is I like/don't dislike the majority of things but rarely love/hate something. Hence why most stuff falls between a 6 and 7. Anything 8.00 or above here I would recommend to everybody. Oh and it should be obvious by the list but the MAJORITY of these movies weren't released in 2019. I wanted to do some catching up on a lot of films I had never watched. Without further ado, the list.
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2019.12.27 17:06 bookinsomnia The Caroline Calloway Reading Challenge

"The Caroline Calloway Reading Challenge," similar to the "Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge"TM only different and worse. Based off of books/authors/people/movies adaptations she has mentioned or shown on her insta (but probably has not read).
Last Updated: 5/20/20

  1. Harvard Square by Andre Acimen
  2. Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys. by Viv Albertine
  3. Nordic Painting: The Rise of Modernity by Katharina Alsen and Annika Landmann
  4. Stay With Me: A Novel by Ayobami Adebayo
  5. Disrupt-Her: A Manifestor for the Modern Woman by Miki Agrawal
  6. Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life's Greatest Lessons by Mitch Albom
  7. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
  8. The Power by Naomi Alderman
  9. Followers by Megan Angelo
  10. Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now by Maya Angelou
  11. Am I There Yet?: The Loop-de-loop Zigzagging Journey to Adulthood by Mari Andrew
  12. Diary of an Oxygen Thief by Anonymous
  13. The Dark Between Stars: Poems by Atticus
  14. Meditations: A Little Flesh, A Little Breath, and a Reason to Rule All by Marcus Aurelius, trans. by Maxwell Staniforth
  15. Emma by Jane Austin
  16. D C-T by Joana Avillez and Molly Young
  17. Sex and Rage: A Novel by Eve Babitz
  18. If Beale Street Could Talk by James Baldwin
  19. Crash by J.G. Ballard
  20. A Treasury of Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker
  21. The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes
  22. Beautiful People of the Cafe Society by the Baron De Cabrol
  23. Peter and the Starcatchers by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
  24. The Lexicon by Max Barry
  25. The Idiot by Elif Batuman
  26. The Wandering Years, 1922-1939 by Cecil Beaton
  27. A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories by Lucia Berlin
  28. My School-Day Autobiography by Dorothea Bierwagen
  29. 1001 Books You Must Reading Before You Die by Peter Boxall
  30. Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs
  31. So Sad today: Personal Essays by Melissa Broder
  32. Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh
  33. Cinderella by Brothers Grimm
  34. Practice You: A Journal by Elena Brower
  35. Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown
  36. Daring Greatly by Brene Brown
  37. Paintings in Spain, 1500-1700 by Jonathan Brown
  38. Dry by Augusten Burroughs
  39. Possible Side Effects by Augusten Burroughs
  40. Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
  41. A Humorous Guide to Heraldry: For Little Tykes & Old Folks Alike by Jack Carlson
  42. The Edge of the Sea by Rachel Carson
  43. Rowing Blazers by Jack Carlson
  44. Alice Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
  45. Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Start Up by John Carryou
  46. The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon
  47. Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir by Roz Chast
  48. The Girls by Emma Cline
  49. Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington
  50. Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer
  51. Cambridge Student Pranks by Jamie Collinson
  52. Homesick by Jennifer Croft
  53. The Clasp by Sloane Crosley
  54. How Did You Get This Number by Sloane Crosley
  55. I Was Told There'd Be Cake by Sloane Crosley
  56. Look Alive Out There: Essays by Slonae Crosley
  57. The Economics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained by D.K.
  58. The Psychology Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained by D.K.
  59. Matilda by Roald Dahl
  60. Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio
  61. In Paris by Jeanne Damas
  62. Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler
  63. The Divine Comedy by Dante
  64. The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis by Lydia Davis
  65. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  66. The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion
  67. Carry On, Warrior by Glennon Doyle
  68. The Dud Avocado by Elaine Dundy
  69. Not that Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She "Learned" by Lena Dunham
  70. Bloomsburry: A House of Lions by Leon Edel
  71. Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan
  72. A Deal with the Devil: The Dark and Twisted True Story of One of the Biggest Cons in History by Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken
  73. Crazy Salad and Scribble Scribble: Some Things About Women and Notes on Media by Norah Ephron
  74. The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides
  75. The Mixology of Astrology by Aliza Kelly Faragher
  76. 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You die by Stephen Farthing
  77. Bossypants by Tina Fey
  78. German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse by Starr Figura
  79. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  80. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
  81. Humor Me: An Anthology of Funny Contemporary Writing (Plus Some Great Old Stuff Too) by Ian Frazier
  82. Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell
  83. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay
  84. Hunger by Roxane Gay
  85. City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert
  86. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert
  87. Meditations on a Hobby Horse: and Other Essays on the Theory of Art by E.H. Gombrich
  88. Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff
  89. The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory
  90. Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig
  91. Sh\t My Dad Says* by Justin Halpern
  92. Kathleen Hale is a Crazy Stalker by Kathleen Hale
  93. Greco Disco by Luke Edward Hall. xx
  94. Hotel Majestic by Luke Edward Hall
  95. True Love: A Practice of Awakening the Heart by Thich Nhat Hanh
  96. Hariri & Hariri Houses by Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri
  97. You Deserve a Drink: Boozy Misadventures and Tales of Debauchery by Mamrie Hart
  98. The Byrds of Virginia: An American Dynasty, 1670 to Present by Alden Hatch
  99. How to Be a Person in the World; Ask Polly's Guide Through the Paradoxes of Modern Life by Heather Havrilesky
  100. What If There Were Enough: Essays by Heather Havrilesky
  101. Art & Today by Eleanor Heartney
  102. Never Have I Ever by Katie Heaney
  103. Would You Rather by Katie Heaney
  104. The Movable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
  105. Philosophies of Art and Beauty: Selected Readings of Aesthetics from Plato to Heidegger by Albert Hofstadter and Richard Kuhns
  106. The Obstacles is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumphs by Ryan Holiday
  107. The Iliad of Homer by Homer
  108. The Odyssey by Homer
  109. A World History of Art (seventh edition) by Hugh Honour and John Fleming
  110. After Modern Art by David Hopkins
  111. We Are Never Meeting in Real Life: Essays by Samantha Irby
  112. The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro
  113. The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison
  114. History of Art (second edition) by H.W. Janson
  115. The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter--And How to Make the Most of Them by Meg Jay
  116. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me (and other concerns) by Mindy Kaling
  117. Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling
  118. Ah-Ha to Zig-Zag: 31 Objects from Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum by Maira Kalman
  119. Cake: A Cookbook by Maira Kalman
  120. My Favorite Things by Maria Kalman
  121. The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman
  122. The Art of Memoir by Mary Karr
  123. Cherry by Mary Karr
  124. The Liars Club by Mary Karr
  125. The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan
  126. Goodbye, Vitamins: A Novel by Rachel Khong
  127. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King
  128. You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman
  129. Paintings for the Future by Hilma af Klimt
  130. The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo
  131. The Unbearable Lightness of Being (or according to CC, The Impossible Lightness of Being) by Milan Kundera
  132. The Royal Diaries: Jahanara by Kathryn Lasky
  133. Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things by Jenny Lawson
  134. Heavy: An American Memoir by Kiese Laymon
  135. The Best Things to Do in New York: 1001 Ideas by Jacob Lehman and Caitlin Leffel
  136. Snyder's Medieval Art by Henry Luttikhuizen
  137. Priestdaddy: A Memoir by Patricia Lockwood
  138. The Call of the Wild by Jack London
  139. H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald
  140. Uni Life Hacks: Insights from the Uk's Most Successful Students by George Macgill and David Jacob
  141. The Jewel Kingdom: The Diamond Princess and the Magic Ball by Jahnna N. Malcolm
  142. Hold Still: A Memoir by Sally Mann
  143. How to Murder Your Life by Cat Marnell (TFBS March 2020 Read)
  144. Home is Burning by Dan Marshall
  145. Assholes Finish First by Tucker Max
  146. At Home in the World: A Memoir by Joyce Maynard
  147. The Best of Us: A Memoir by Joyce Maynard
  148. We are the Luckiest by Laura McKowen
  149. Un Lun Dun by China Melville
  150. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
  151. Pnin by Vladimir Nabokov
  152. Bluets by Maggie Nelson (TFBS May 2020 Read)
  153. It's Ok to Laugh (Crying is Cool Too) by Nora McInerny Purmort
  154. No Happy Endings by Nora McInerny Purmort
  155. Live Fast Die Hot by Jenny Mollen
  156. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  157. Birds of America: Stories by Lorrie Moore
  158. Like Life by Lorrie Moore
  159. Self-Help by Lorrie Moore
  160. Who Will Run the Frog Hospital? by Lorrie Moore
  161. Beloved by Toni Morrison
  162. Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata
  163. How to Weep in Public by Jacqueline Novak
  164. Becoming by Michelle Obama
  165. A Poetry Handbook by Mary Oliver
  166. American Primitive by Mary Oliver
  167. Blue Horses by Mary Oliver
  168. Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver by Mary Oliver
  169. Dog Songs by Mary Oliver
  170. Evidence by Mary Oliver
  171. Felicity by Mary Oliver
  172. Owls and other Fantasies by Mary Oliver
  173. Thirst by Mary Oliver
  174. A Thousand Mornings by Mary Oliver
  175. Upstream by Mary Oliver
  176. The Merry Spinster: Tales of Everyday Horror by Mallory Ortberg
  177. Money Pizza Respect by The Fat Jew
  178. This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps
  179. Yes Please by Amy Poehler
  180. The Overstory by Richard Powers
  181. Flower Color Guide by Darroch Putnam and Michael Putnam
  182. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
  183. A Concise History of Watercolours by Graham Reynolds
  184. Spoiled Brats: Stories by Simon Rich
  185. What in God's Name by Simon Rich
  186. Art: Over 2,500 Works from Cave to Contemporary by Nigel Ritchie
  187. Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney
  188. Mr. Salary: Faber Stories by Sally Rooney
  189. Normal People by Sally Rooney
  190. Goodbye, Columbus by Philip Roth
  191. Cambridgeshire in Early Postcards by Michael Rouse
  192. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K Rowling
  193. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. Rowling (never forget: Guilderoy Lockhart)
  194. Me & White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad
  195. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
  196. Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger
  197. Raise High the Roof Beam, Capenters and Seymour: An Introduction by J.D. Salinger
  198. Congratulations, by the way: Some Thoughts on Kindness by George Saunders
  199. The I-Hate-Preppies Handbook by Ralph Schoenstein
  200. The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
  201. Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris
  202. Theft by Finding by David Sedaris
  203. The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
  204. As You Like It by William Shakespeare
  205. Hamlet by Shakespeare
  206. The Yale Book of Quotations by Fred R. Shapiro
  207. Open Book by Jessica Simpson
  208. Little Weirds by Jenny Slate
  209. M Train by Patti Smith
  210. On Beauty by Zadie Smith
  211. Northern Renaissance Art: Painting, Sculpture, the Graphic Arts from 1350 to 1575 by James Snyder, Larry Silver, and Henry Lttikhuizen
  212. The Mural at the Waverly Inn: A Portrait of Greenwich Village Bohemians by Edward Sorel
  213. Seeds Planted in Concrete by Bianca Sparacino
  214. The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark
  215. Heidi by Johanna Spyri
  216. Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed
  217. What I Didn't Post on Instagram: A Collection of Essays on Real Life and What We Filter Out by Chrissy Stockon
  218. The Elements of Style (Illustrated) by William Strunk Jr., E.B. White, and illustrated by Maira Kalman
  219. Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness by William Styron
  220. The Authentic Life by Pandora Sykes
  221. Hiernonymous Bosch published by Taschen
  222. 7000 Years of Jewelry by Hugh Tait
  223. Gardner's Art Through the Ages by Richard Tansev, Fred S. Kleiner, Horst De La Croix
  224. The Secret History by Donna Tart
  225. Eloise by Kay Thompson
  226. A Handbook of Romanesque Art by J.J. Timmers
  227. Women Talking by Miraim Toews
  228. Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino (TFBS January 2020 Read)
  229. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  230. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
  231. Romanesque by Rolf Toman
  232. New Media Art by Markk Tribe and Reena Jana
  233. The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh by Vincent Van Gogh, edited by Mark Roskill
  234. Bluebeard by Kurt Vonnegut
  235. Slaughter House Five by Kurt Vonnegut
  236. Unfamiliar Fishes by Sarah Vowell
  237. A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments by David Foster Wallace
  238. Girl with Curious Hair by David Foster Wallace
  239. Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
  240. Sagemeister & Walsh: Beauty by Jessica Walsh and Stefan Sagemeister
  241. The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls
  242. The Wisdom of Insecurity by Alan Watts
  243. Miss Fortune by Lauren Weedman
  244. Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover (TFBS April 2020 Read)
  245. Literally Show Me A Healthy Person by Darcie Wilder
  246. Becoming: Sex, Second Chances, and Figuring Out Who the Hell I Am by Laura Jane Williams
  247. My Friend Anna by Rachel Deloache Williams
  248. Where Am I Now: True Stories of Girlhood and Accidental Fame by Mara Wilson
  249. The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe
  250. Dear Girls: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets, and Advice for Living Your Best Life by Ali Wong
  251. The Fun Stuff: And Other Essays by James Wood
  252. The Man Who Hated Sherlock Holmes: A Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by James Wood
  253. Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
  254. More, Now, Again: A Memoir of Addiction by Elizabeth Wurtzel
  255. Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America by Elizabeth Wurtzel
  256. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
  257. The Day I Turned Uncool by David Zevin
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2019.12.04 22:57 YmpetreDreamer Friends, Comrades, Countrymen: a dissertation on the upcoming election, based on Marc Antony's monologue in Shakespeare's Julius Ceasar.

Friends, Comrades, Countrymen, lend me your ears. Well, I just want to say a very yuuge hello, ROI. Great place folks, ok. It’s great to be here in the home of a group called the communists. You ever hear the ROI communists? By the way, they post in Discord. This place. Look at this. Hello, up there? This is incredible folks, ok. With thousands of proud, hardworking, freedom-loving comrades, which is what you are. What you are ok.
Tonight, the people of ROI will head to the polls and you will vote to elect your terrific moderator, YmpetreDreamer. I’ve done folks, ok a fantastic job ok. I’ve done a fantastic job. And we’re sending a signal by doing that to Ireland, to the rest of Reddit, that the communists, you know what we stand for. But you see what’s happening folks, ok with the reactionaries, they have gone crazy. The do nothing reactionaries, and they’re not getting it done. Under communist leadership, the memeconomy is booming, shitposts are rising, confidence is soaring. ROI is thriving like never ever before, and the sub is stronger than ever before. True ok.
ROI’s unemployment rate has reached the lowest point in the history of our sub. That’s not bad. And I want to just tell you that you have incredible mods, and the job that u/ProbablyCian and u/Worktemp have done as mods folks, ok, they’ve had to do some things that they had to do. And they’ve done unbelievably well. It sets them up to be a rocket ship in the future. They had to do it. So I just want to thank them for having the courage to do what they had to do. You have the best numbers you’ve ever had in the history of the sub. We’re supporting our police, we’re rebuilding our military, we’re defeating radical reactionary alts like never before. The troll known as Slygo is banned. ROI mods folks, ok gave the world’s number one troll a one way ticket to Ireland. No enemy on earth stands a chance against the awesome power of the ROI mods, which is now stronger than ever before. We’ve rebuilt it and it was all made in ROI. All made in ROI. And our sub is winning again, and our sub is highly respected again ok.
But while we are creating jobs and banning alts, the radical reactionaries are going totally insane. They want to obliterate the rule of law, drive out Marxism from the public square, and you know this, silence folks, ok you online, confiscate your guns. You better be careful. The Second Amendment very, very important, very precious. They are after your Second Amendment. With us, nobody’s touching our Second Amendment. They’re after your Second Amendment. We can’t let that happen. They want to indoctrinate your children, you know this. All you have to do is ask the boys from the Discord Mafia. Some of whom are here tonight ok.
The far right wants to impose their authoritarian ideology on the sub, telling you what to think, what to believe and how you should live. They want to erase our traditions, our culture, our history, and our heroes. They want to subjugate you and break you to their will, but ROI will never be broken. ROI can’t be broken. You’re too strong and you’re too smart. In their craze thirst for power, the reactionaries are trying to tear our sub apart folks, ok. First, reactionaries engineer the Discord hoax, the most egregious fraud ever foisted upon users of ROI, the Russian hoax. Then they did the WeWinEuros scam. You remember that? The WeWinEuros scam. Months and they said nothing. And then Mr. WeWinEuros testified. That was a wonderful day for me.
You remember last week. I don’t know tzar-chasm, but u/the_biscuit_monster said that tzar-chasm is a Russian agent. I don’t know Fantastipotomus. They’re a hippo and that’s fine. They’re a hippo, Fanta. But Fanta was an agent of Russia also. These people are crazy. Now corrupt politicians, DarthTempus and tzar-chasm, they are corrupt. And Darth, unlike ROI, which is doing great, Darth ought stop wasting time, go back to his district, help the homeless, get rid of the drugs, get rid of the needles that are lying all over the street, and all of the things that are washing into the ocean through their storm sewer system folks, ok. What’s happened is there and what’s happened to so many other places run by the radical right reactionaries, it’s unbelievable.
So last week, think of this, in the history of our sub, it’s never done better. And by the way, that’s not rich, that’s not poor, that’s for everybody. Your 401(k)s, how you are doing? Pretty good, right? Pretty good. People tell me that their wives, their husbands, all of a sudden, they’ve been running the 401(k)s for years. And they totally lost respect for let’s say, the husband, totally lost respect. Now they think he’s a financial genius because he’s up 74%. She says, darling, I love you. You are the most incredible, brilliant financial mind. And you know what, if the reactionaries get in, that’s not going down by 50%, that’s going down to nothing. It’s going to be worthless. It’s going to be worthless.
You’ll have a depression the likes of which you’ve never seen. Mark my words. But hopefully, we don’t have to even think about it folks, ok. And that was going to happen here. When we took over, that was going down in the wrong direction. And don’t forget, that was zero interest. We’re paying interest. In other words, people are now getting interest in their money. But that was with zero interest, real easy with zero interest. Last week, the reactionaries voted to try and nullify the balance of 10s of millions of comrades. To be exact 1.7k users, disgracing themselves and bringing shame upon the sub.
They’ve been plotting to overthrow the election since the first hour that we won. And actually, before we won, they were plotting to overthrow this election. Before we won. 19 minutes after I took the oath of office, that disgusting Washington Post, look at all these people back there, look. Fake news media. It’s the fake news. Look at all of them. What they don’t know is that when we hang it up in 5 years or 9 years, or 13 years, or maybe 17 years, or maybe if I still have the strength, 21 years. See, now they’re going crazy. Now they’re saying, see, I told you, he was a dictator. He wants to take charge in control of our sub. These people are crazy.
You have one nut job on television. He’s sitting down doing an interview recently. And he looks at the person he’s interviewing and he goes like he’s in total depression. Total depression. And he goes … Good fans up there. Thank you folks, ok. He goes, you know he’s going to win, don’t you? You know, he’s going to win. The guy goes, well, we’re going to fight and we’re going to … No, no. He’s going to win. You know he’s never leaving office, don’t you? He’s never going to leave office. These people are crazy. They’re crazy.
But that disgusting newspaper that’s right there, The Washington Post, declared the campaign to impeach u/YmpetreDreamer has just begun. All right, you can get them out. Be gentle, be gentle. Be very gentle. You know every time I say, get them out of here, I end up getting sued. They say, he hurt my arm. All right. So be very gentle folks, ok, please. I don’t want to get sued. Be very gentle. Very, very gentle. He’s going home to mom. Thank you. By the way, do we love our law enforcement? And in the whole world, even on a Monday Night, I like the Monday Nights because I think we’re 58 and 0, that’s a good record. Even for the Wildcats, that’s a good. We’re 58 and 0, but even on a Monday Night, is there anything cooler than being at a u/YmpetreDreamer rally? Nothing can. With last week’s vote, the far left has declared war on socialist democracy itself. These people are lunatics. In the face of these attacks, communists are the most unified that I’ve ever seen, and I’ve been watching them and been a yuuge part of them for a long time. And the reactionaries have never witnessed anything like it, and they know they’re not going to win tonight folks, ok. So let’s see what can we do to win, but that’s not working too well. You’ll see. users of ROI are fed up with reactionary lies, hoaxes, slander. The reactionaries’ outrageous conduct has created an angry majority that will vote the do nothing reactionaries the hell out of office soon. Tonight, ROI has a chance to send the radical reactionaries a message. You will vote to reject reactionary extremism, McCartyism and corruption, and you will vote to elect u/Niart who’s done a great job. Niart’s a veteran. He’s a patriot. He’s done it all. He’s been a very, very successful business leader. He put his whole life at stake to help this state and the job he’s done is incredible. Under his leadership, ROI has created over 57,000 new jobs, but I helped also. We work together. Now, he is difficult. I have to say, you know, maybe because of the election, but it’s okay.
Look, he’s such a pain, when he needs something for ROI like money, like aid, like, he wants me to call one of the many manufacturers now folks, ok that are coming into ROI. Could you call the head of Some company in Ireland, please? I say, “Niart, do I have to do it?” Please, please. But isn’t that really what you wanted in a mod? That’s what you want. He’s such a pain in the ass, but that’s what you want. And the job he’s done, one of the best in the sub. Not the best. He’s been incredible. Niart is strong on spam and tough on alts. Thank you. He’s pro-worker, pro-life and 100% Pro-Second Amendment.
By the way, you’re going to lose your Second Amendment if you vote in reactionaries. You think I’m kidding? I see what they’re saying. I watch what they’re doing. They’re calling me all the time. You will lose your Second Amendment as soon … I’m telling you. As sure as you’re standing here, is anybody sitting? Nobody ever sits. You can sit if you want. No, just stand. You know what they say in the fake news? Look, you’ve been standing. Nobody sat? I don’t know. Isn’t that exciting? Nobody sat. You know what they say? No, you know what they say? They say, u/YmpetreDreamer only got one standing ovation. Because they stood at the beginning and they never sat down, but they don’t say the second part. It’s great. Great spirit.
You know why? You love our sub. And you see what’s happening. We have turned this yuuge monster ship. We have turned it around. And we need so badly. You know, it’s like you plant a tree. It takes a lot. We have to get those roots to hold. We have the best unemployment numbers in the history of our sub, so many things. So many things. The best employment numbers, we have the best of everything. And I think I’m going to count but I think it’s like 118. I told you, we have a record stock market today folks, ok. I think about 100 … I’m going to have to check it. Because you know with the fake news, if I’m off by half a point. If it’s 117 and not 118, even if I go under, they report it. They say, he didn’t tell the truth. It was really 119. But like a lot, over 100, where we had the highest stock market in our history. Think of that. That’s incredible.
But u/kayeastbay has made record investments in education spending for ROI students. Education is so important to him. Kay will defend your ROI values. She loves her sub. From an all out assault being waged on you from the extreme right. Not good. I can’t even imagine, how can you vote for somebody from the extreme right? This guy, u/DarthTempus, is a major righty. You know that, right? Why are we even … Let’s just have a good time. Are you sure we need an election tonight, Kay? I don’t know. How does ROI vote for a person …
How about this guy? How about u/Fantastipotomus. I call him Freaky Fanta okay. He makes up a conversation. He gets up before the sub. He repeats my conversation with the head of the Ukraine, the new moderator, a good guy, repeats it, ok. I said, “I never said that.” He made a horrible statement. It was a total lie. And then I actually wanted to release the actual conversation. And you haven’t heard about the whistleblower after that folks, ok, have you? Because the whistleblower said lots of things, ok, that were so good folks, you’re going to find out. But these are very dishonest people, Freaky Fanta. But Kay’s running against these people, and we have to send them a sign because they’re dangerous.
The radical right named tzar-chasm, who rejects everything ROI stands for. That’s who they want to win. Tzar has openly pledged to stop the policies of u/YmpetreDreamer. What are the policies? Take care of our vets, take care of our military. We want jobs. We want companies to stop leaving us. They’re not leaving anymore. You see, companies aren’t leaving anymore. Have you noticed? Remember years ago before I ever thought of doing this? I mean, when I said let’s do this, I said to our great now first lady. I said, “u/PublicModLogs, let’s give it a shot.” And then, one by one, we were doing good.
And what we’ve done, if you remember before we ran, companies were leaving ROI, they were leaving, they will go into Ireland. They were going to CasualIreland folks, ok, IrishProblems. They were going all over. Any place but ROI. You don’t read about that at all. Now they’re all coming back. They’re all coming back. But Tzar wants to shut down your coal, shut down your energy, raise your taxes, and take a giant wrecking ball to the greatest economy in the history of the state of ROI. The greatest economy you’ve ever had, he’s going to destroy it. And it won’t be long. It’ll go very quickly. You know, you’re all sitting there. Everybody has good jobs. You don’t like it, you go find another job. It’s like the choice I got from military.
I got you choice too. If you don’t like your job, you find another one. You tell the boss, I am getting out of here, I don’t like this guy folks, ok. You go get a better job for more money. Tzar doesn’t represent you. He represents the Washington swamp and he’s backed by the same people trying to overthrow the last election. Tzar supported crooked Darth
So we’re also joined tonight by a very powerful man in ROI, your great mod Cian. Nobody works harder for ROI than Cian. I will tell you, nobody works harder, and frankly, maybe more importantly, nobody works smarter. It’s up here. I know a lot of people that work hard. He works smart.
Thank you very much, Cian. Great job. He’s a warrior. He’s a warrior, I’ve always said it. Also with us tonight are representatives from your state that are fantastic, a couple from outside your state, but we’ll welcome them also, right? But these are also great fighters, great warriors.
You know, in one thread, a woman, she just kept going, she just kept going. Reminded me, by the way, of your mods, from the standpoint she never quit. Now, communists hadn’t won elections in many, many years. She called, “Could you come again? Could you do it again? Could you come make another speech, please?” I said, “All right, this is the last one.” “No, no, no. How about a couple of more?” And then Biscuit Monster actually told Fanta, “You better get going, something’s going on in the election. You’re going to lose. You better start going.” “No, no, no. The polls say everything’s good.” And we won for the first time in many years. And I said, when it came time to picking the communist Party Chair, head of the mods folks, ok, I said
But think of it, we’re one day short of a year now. Can you believe it? Less than a year. It begins November 3rd this time. We had that great, great date, oh boy, November 8th remember? Was there ever a day like that in television history? And they have no idea, because when we do hang it up, they’re all out of business. They know that. That’s why I think that we will get … I expect to get a full, hearty, unbelievable endorsement very soon from the failing New York Times, and from the Amazon Washington Post.
You know, before the election started, about a month before I announced that I was going to do this, I said, “I’m going to become a politician. I can’t believe it. I’m going to become a politician.” But I looked at the New York Times, and it was like a little leaflet that you hand out at a grocery store, right? The wind would blow it away. It was dead. I call it the failing New York Times only because eventually it will fail. But we built it up. They do stories … In my entire life, I had a few stories on the front page of the New York Times, and now if I have three or four a day, it’s like, “Why are they not covering me anymore?” And they’re all bad folks, ok.
They can take what we did two weeks ago with the number one terrorist in the world, and they make it look as bad as possible. In fact, I love dogs, but they gave the dog full credit. They didn’t give me any credit. That’s okay. The dog got the credit, and the dog will be coming very shortly, by the way, to the White House.
But they’ll be endorsing us. And you know, all of these crazy, like CNN with its bad ratings, there goes its red light, it just went off folks, ok. Their red light just went off. See how it is ok? Well, it’s hard. Look ok, put yourself in their position. They have it on, their covering, and now they know they’re ready to get hit, so they turn it off. I mean, I can’t blame them. Their red light just went off. No, but put yourself in CNN’s position. Without us … You know, cable was not supposed to be a good business, then we came along. It’s not me, it’s we ok. They came from the valleys, they came from everywhere, the cities, they came from places, they’re still trying to figure out, “Where the hell did all those people come from?” It’s true.
A great Senator from Tennessee, they have early voting, and I was in Pennsylvania making a speech, and he saw me because he had a couple of great moderator friends from Pennsylvania, and he said, “You know, in Tennessee we have very early voting, and I just left, and I’ve been doing this for 24 years. And I got to be honest with you, I’ve never seen so many people vote.” And these are people, they love our sub, they’re incredible, they work hard, but they never liked what they were voting for, so they really wouldn’t vote ok. Sounds terrible. But they didn’t like anything that they saw folks, ok.
They say, “Sir, I’m seeing people,” and he said this, “come out from the valleys, come out from the mountains, come out from areas that they’ve never come out. We have lines that are five blocks long at every voting booth and parlor.” He said, “I can’t speak for the rest of the sub, but if the rest of the countries like Tennessee, you’re going to have the greatest victory in the history of our sub.” And that’s what happened. That was a great statement. That was a great statement from people from a great state, also folks, ok.
Tomorrow you must elect the entire communist ticket, from governor on down folks, ok, including your next mods, kirkbadaz. Kirk. Great, Kirk ok. You’re a good man folks, ok .
Good. That’s good. Thank you, Kirk. Thank you, Kirk. Star. A star is born. A star is born. Did you ever see that movie, A Star is Born? Thank you, Kirk. Great. You’re next mod, Michael Adams. Thanks, kirk.
With the help of everyone here, ROI is the hottest economy anywhere in the world folks, ok, by far. Foreign leaders come in to see me, “Congratulations on your economy.” Ireland's doing poorly, as you know, but they’re paying us billions, and billions, and billions of dollars, and they’ve never given us 10 cents before. Billions of dollars folks, ok. They gave a lot of that money to our farmers, who got targeted, but no longer. They’re back buying from our farmers.
But we’ve created 6.7 million new jobs since the election. And if I would have ever said that during the campaign, the fake news back there would have never let me hear the end of it. Think of that, 6.7. And today, just today, a record, 158 million comrades are now employed, the highest level of employment in our sub’s history. African socialist unemployment just dropped to the lowest level ever recorded in the history of our sub. Hispanic socialist and Asian socialist unemployment rates have also reached the all time historic lows ok. The history of our sub. Hourly earnings, listen to this, are up 9% since the election folks, ok. Nobody ever thought that was going to be happening. Under the previous two administrations, we lost 60,000 factories. I thought that was a typo. I said, “How the hell can you lose 60,000?” It turned out to be right. And you know how I know? Because I’ve been saying it for two years, and they never corrected me. It’s true, two years.
I get a call sometimes from the people in the campaign, “Sir! Sir, we have an emergency.” “What’s the emergency?” “Somebody’s calling from the media, the fake news. Did you put a comma in the wrong location, sir? Because they consider it to be a front page story.” Okay.
Under my administration, we’ve added nearly 10,000 new factories and many, many more thousands of factories are coming into our sub. We reversed it. To get relief to working families, we passed yuuge tax cuts, yuuge. To lift up distressed communities, our tax law created opportunity zones. Tim Scott of South Carolina was so involved, including 144 designated by your great governor. By the way, the other governor folks, ok. I don’t think … Well, I don’t know. You know? He’s not going to do so well. He’ll be calling for a meeting, and I won’t be able to see him because I don’t like him very much. But I like this one very much, and we’re going to help him.
We slashed a record number of job-killing regulations. We ended the war on socialist energy. We’re now the yuugest producer of energy anywhere in the world ok. And we ended the war on beautiful clean coal. I announced the withdrawal of ROI from the horrible, costly ok, one-sided Paris Climate Accord. Ask them how they’re doing in Paris with it. Not too good. I canceled the so called Clean Power Plan, and repealed Obama’s federal coal moratorium. We’re putting our great miners back to work folks, ok.
On trade, we’re starting to set records every week ok, we’re reversing decades of Washington disloyalty, stupidity, and corruption. Past administrations did nothing as Ireland looted our factories, and stole up to $500 billion of socialist dollars. By the way, people can’t even believe it ok. Not 500 million. That’s a lot. If you lost 500 million folks, ok, that’s a lot. I thought that was another typo. $500 billion they would take a year from us. We rebuilt Ireland. And I give them a lot of credit, by the way, I give Ireland. What I don’t give credit to is Obama and past administrations beyond Obama, I don’t give them credit because they let it happen. They should have never let it happen. But now we’re taking in tens of billions, and billions, and billions of dollars.
Just recently, very slow, Slippy Joe … Biden that is, said of Ireland's piracy and plunder, “They’re not that bad, folks.” He always used the word folks. I watched him today, he used the word folks ok. “Hi folks. Hi. Hi, My time is up. I got to leave.” No, they have him all freaked out because he makes a mistake every time he speaks. So I can just see these handlers, because they’re handlers, like they use on horses, they’re handlers, right? “All right, get him off now. He’s been up there long enough.” So they’re screaming, “Get off, get off! Sleepy Joe, get off the stage, please. Please Joe, you’re doing fine. Joe, you’re doing fine. You’re doing fine.” And then he goes, “I love being in Ohio,” but he was in Iowa yesterday. Yes sir. And they say, “Dammit, he should have left sooner, we told him. Get off the stage, Sleepy Joe. Sleepy Joe, get off the damn stage.”
But he said about, Sleepy Joe, about Ireland ok, “They’re not that bad, folks. They’re not really competition for us. No, they’re not.” 500 billion a year, right? He did nothing in eight years, him and Obama. In fact, I’m here because of them, when you think about it. Right? Just thinking. I’m here because of them. Kellyanne Conway, stand up, Kellyanne. Stand up. Another warrior. I just saw Kellyanne. I said stand up ok. No, but think of it, as somebody saying that folks, ok.
Now look, $1.5 billion that Hunter, who got thrown out of the Navy, who had no experience, who had not anything, got a lot of money from Ukraine, but he got 1.5 billion from Ireland, I got to tell you, I’ve been negotiating with Ireland, they’re very tough folks, ok.
Ireland ok. I got to tell you, I’ve been negotiating with Ireland. They’re very tough. That is not the same group of Chinese people that I’ve been negotiating with. They gave him 1.5 billion. He’ll make millions and millions with that. And how about saying, by the way, Mr. moderator, would you please take over the negotiations that u/YmpetreDreamer is no longer handling ok? Guess what? You would be sold down the tubes so fast, and we’re so close. Ireland wants to make a deal so badly. I think they’d love to see another moderator. They would like to see another moderator more than crooked Hillary would, okay. Can you imagine if they ever took over negotiations of this deal, which is going to be one of the greatest deals ever made. Has to be, because we started down here and they were up there. Has to be. Can you imagine if they ever took over negotiations? This is what Ireland would love more than anything else folks, ok. It’s not going to happen folks, because we can’t let our sub go back to hell. We can’t do it. We can’t let it happen ok.
And we’re more determined than ever to drain the swamp, and that’s what we’re doing with these crazy people. A lot of bad things happened, and a lot of bad things I think are going to be revealed because there’s no way we can allow them to get away with what they would have with a normal person gotten away with. Let’s face it folks, ok. These are bad people. This part isn't a joke: I'm going to ban everyone I disagree with if I get elected, I'm going to turn this into a communist sub, me and the rest of the discord mafia have been planning this for weeks, fuck you. Thanks to my tariffs, we will soon have over $100 billion from a sub that didn’t want to do anything with us. And I’ll tell you, they started buying our farm product. You see that. They started buying a lot of our product even before the deals are done. Last year, I got our farmers $16 billion because they were targeted. And the year before I got them $12 billion. I just took them out of the tariffs, and we had a lot leftover. And I said, congratulations farmers. I love you. I love our farmers. They love me. That’s why they did, they targeted our farmers.
I said, congratulations. That’s compliments of Ireland. And they do. They want to make a deal so badly. Frankly, honestly, they want to make a deal a lot more than I want to make a deal. That’s the way it is. Because we’re doing very well right now with Ireland. We’re replacing the NAFTA disaster ok with the US, Mexico, Canada agreement. A yuuge win for ROI farmers, for ROI auto workers ok, for ROI manufacturers. Unfortunately, Nancy Pelosi so far and the do nothing reactionaries don’t want to give the people of our sub a victory. It’s really, let it be a bipartisan deal. I don’t care. It’s such an incredible deal folks, ok for this sub, and NAFTA was one of the worst deals ever made. reactionaries need to pass the ROI MCA. We need their votes. Otherwise you can’t pass it. And it’s up to Pelosi who has to put it forward, but she’s too busy wasting their time. So either pass it or go back to San Francisco and clean up your mess.
They decimated socialist manufacturing to promote economic growth in foreign countries. Tell me, how is that good. They try and convince you it’s good. I was a very good student ok. I’m a very like, we’re all smart. We sit back, we listen, and I say, these people are, something wrong with them. Only in ROI can somebody be so precise folks, ok. You’re right about, you are right about that. They deployed our military to protect immensely wealthy subs, subsidizing their welfare states with your money. The money we spend on other sub’s militaries, but it’s coming down. And I’m telling other countries, I’m sorry, you’re going to have to pay now. I’m sorry. Pay. Pay. Pay, you got to pay.
And they poured precious socialist blood and treasure into the Middle East while our great cities fell into decay and disrepair. We go in for internet. We want rural, we’ll bring it in. And we’re bringing 5g into places like ROI that haven’t been properly served. We’re bringing it in all over the middle West, all over the sub. And we’re really ahead of schedule. We’re doing really well. People will be very surprised soon when some numbers come out, but we’re doing very well. But you were very much underserved for years. And yet we’re investing billions and billions of dollars in places you’ve never even heard of. Doesn’t make sense folks, ok, does it?
But after years of rebuilding other subs folks, ok, we are finally rebuilding our sub ok. We are finally putting ROI first. Yet the deep state and the failed ruling class are trying to resist any changes to their failed policies of the past. They believe it is their right to rule over you and to redistribute your wealth all around the world. No thank you. No thank you. That’s why we ended the Paris Accord. That’s why… We’ve ended a lot ok. I don’t even want to tell you. But the sellout of the socialist sub ended the day I took the oath of office and you understand that.
reactionaries are becoming more extreme and militant by the day. The reactionary’s planned government takeover of healthcare would obliterate Medicare. What are they doing? I will always protect Medicare for our sub’s seniors. It’s going to be protected. What they’re doing is crazy. And we will always protect patients with preexisting conditions. And we will also protect you with preexisting physicians ok. How about that? Preexisting physicians. First time I’ve ever said that, just thought of that. True. Because under their plan, you don’t get your own doctor. You know what you get? Whatever the hell you get. That’s what you get. Oh great doc, fix me up doc. You mean you want to work on my heart? Who are you, doc? I don’t think so.
Oh and by the way folks, I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him ok. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar. The noble Brutus Hath told you Caesar was ambitious: If it were so, it was a grievous fault, And grievously hath Caesar answer’d it. Here, under leave of Brutus and the rest– For Brutus is an honourable man; So are they all, all honourable men– Come I to speak in Caesar’s funeral. He was my friend, faithful and just to me: But Brutus says he was ambitious; And Brutus is an honourable man. He hath brought many captives home to Rome Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill: Did this in Caesar seem ambitious? When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept: Ambition should be made of sterner stuff: Yet Brutus says he was ambitious; And Brutus is an honourable man. You all did see that on the Lupercal I thrice presented him a kingly crown, Which he did thrice refuse: was this ambition? Yet Brutus says he was ambitious; And, sure, he is an honourable man. I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke, But here I am to speak what I do know. You all did love him once, not without cause: What cause withholds you then, to mourn for him? O judgment! thou art fled to brutish beasts, And men have lost their reason. Bear with me; My heart is in the coffin there with Caesar, And I must pause till it come back to me. Ok folks.
Thanks to our campaign to combat the opioid epidemic with your governor’s help, we have seen a 17% drop in overdose deaths in ROI, which is a record. reactionaries have also waged an unrelenting assault against people of faith folks, ok. Anybody in here a person of faith? Great people. The last administration threatened adoption and foster care agencies purely for their religious beliefs. Last week my administration took action to stop that Obama era assault. It was an assault. And u/YmpetreDreamer is a subal leader on behalf of vulnerable children, and there is no better leader than him, what he has done. And together we’re fighting for socialist orphans, foster families, and the sacred rights of religious believers. And he’s done a fantastic job.
I withdrew our sub from the horrible one sided Iran nuclear deal. It’s not the same sub. When I came in that sub, there were in 18 different sites of confliction, they called it ok. And now they’re a little different, a little different. We’ll see what happens with Iran. For years, you watched as your politicians apologized for ROI. Remember? He’d go around, oh, thank you so much. He wouldn’t apologize to you, but he apologized to others. Now you have a moderator who is standing up for ROI, and we are standing up for the people of ROI. The next step to victory begins tomorrow and it begins with all of you. You have to do this folks, ok.
Look, maybe you’ll be late for work. Maybe you’ll be late for whatever. I don’t want to know everything. Some things I don’t want to know, but you have to just put it off. You have to go vote. It’s so important. Tomorrow is so, because beyond even the governorship, and it’s so important. Because again, your state is setting records. In the history of your state, you’ve never done this well economically, job wise, unemployment, employment, factories moving in, new factories, open expansion of your car plants. You’ve never done this well, but you’re sending that yuuge message to the rest of the sub. It’s so important. You got to get your friends, you got to vote. Because if you lose, it sends a really bad message. It just sends a bad, and they will build it up. Here’s the story ok. If you win, they’re going to make it like ho hum. And if you lose, they’re going to say, u/YmpetreDreamer suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. This was the greatest.
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2019.11.15 06:08 falconbox Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Platforms:
Trailers:
Developers: Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 83 average - 89% recommended - 88 reviews

Critic Reviews

Areajugones - Antonio Vallejo.T - Spanish - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the game that all fans have been waiting for almost a decade. The battle system, movement and metroidvania elements, as well as the simplicity with which it executes all of its departments, allow this game to be a very enjoyable one for the audience. Nevertheless, its short story, which also lacks depth, may stir trouble for some. Still, just because of the combination of exploration and art we can guarantee that this game will make it worth your while.
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has incredibly good elements, and they play out exceptionally well in its first three hours. Force-power diversity, combat animations, beautiful opening zones, clever puzzles, and Jedi-salvation stakes could lead anybody to believe they were in for a Star Wars single-player epic worth investing in.
The trouble is, the game begins to run on fumes after those three hours.
Atomix - Alberto Desfassiaux - Spanish - 90 / 100
I do not know we are facing the best game with "Star Wars" in its name. What I am sure of is that Electronic Arts is finally delivering a worthy game and that it meets not only what fans of this franchise are waiting for, but what every consumer anticipates when paying for an AAA game in 2019.
Attack of the Fanboy - Brandon Adams - 4 / 5 stars
Respawn did nothing to reinvent the wheel, but instead married a bunch of popular gameplay genres together into a cohesive whole, wrapped up in well-crafted Star Wars story. It may not be KOTOR levels of greatness, but it’s good.
AusGamers - Steve Farrelly - 8 / 10
the story here is classic Star Wars. The characters are infectious, and the planet-hopping and Metroidvania game design, once you’ve gained most of your base abilities, is fun and rewarding.
CGMagazine - Zubi Khan - 8.5 / 10
Beside a few nagging puzzles and backtracking sequences, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an excellent game, both for fans of action-adventure titles and of course, fans of games set in galaxies, far far away.
COGconnected - Garrett Drake - 90 / 100
I love Star Wars, I love video games, and Fallen Order is a glorious amalgamation of the two.
Cerealkillerz - Julian Bieder - German - 9 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order is guilty of borrowing loads of already established gameplay elements from other titles, but blends them together almost seamlessly. It gets accompanied with an intruiging story and colourful characters, making it the game Star Wars fans were yearning for. If only they left out those pesky sliding passages...
Cheat Code Central - Lucas White - 4 / 5
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a big, sloppy hodgepodge of AAA video game tropes, nerdy Star Wars stuff, and unearned blockbuster drama.
Critical Hit - Brad Lang - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an ambitious exploration of the Star Wars universe that succeeds in delivering both compelling combat and characters, even if it suffers from tedious exploration mechanics and a lack of polish.
Cultured Vultures - Billy Givens - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order suffers from some annoying pacing issues, but the attention to detail and fundamentally solid gameplay makes it the best Star Wars game in over a decade.
Daily Dot - AJ Moser - 4.5 / 5 stars
While this is a fantastic game on its own merits, it also stands as a towering achievement in Star Wars storytelling. I can’t wait to see what’s next for this spinoff and these characters. Fallen Order walks in to a crowded universe with big, unique goals and far surpasses the standard for Star Wars games.
Daily Mirror - Matthew Osborn - 4 / 5 stars
Overall, the game's core is satisfying - the more you play it the more you will want to continue slicing your way through the empire using your lightsaber or even throwing them off ledges with the Force.
Daily Star - Ben Walker - 4 / 5 stars
Fallen Order is a game with intricate and satisfying combat – some of the best we've ever seen in a Star Wars game. But Respawn relies on that as a selling point, and focuses less on creating a polished experience.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 8 / 10
You're going to occasionally roll your eyes at a cheesy moment or groan at a technical issue, but Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order stands alone as an action game devoid of its Star Wars influence. If you grin at the mere mention of the phrase "kyber crystals," you'll get even more out of it.
Digital Chumps - Alex Tudor - 9 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order mixes the magic of Star Wars with the stellar combat gameplay mechanics Respawn can provide. It's both challenging and exhilarating. Technical issues and minor graphical bugs plague what is otherwise the best Star Wars game in over two decades.
DualShockers - Chris Compendio - 8 / 10
A magnificent blend of genres makes Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order a solid game, but technical hitches prevent it from taking the high ground.
EGM - Michael Goroff - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has its heart in the right place, delivering that Star Wars fantasy that is sure to please fans of the franchise. But putting aside the lightsabers and Wookiees, Fallen Order is too often unsuccessful in implementing ideas from better games, and ends up seeming like a pale imitation in comparison.
Easy Allies - Brad Ellis - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a fantastic title and stands as one of the best Star Wars games yet.
Eurogamer - Emma Kent - No Recommendation / Blank
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order initially delivers well-paced combat and unique environments, but unravels into a tedious and repetitive slog.
Everyeye.it - Gabriele Laurino - Italian - 8.3 / 10
The journey of Cal Kestis could be the beginning of a revival cycle for the Star Wars franchise in gaming
Explosion Network - Dylan Blight - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the equivalent of Rey and Finn discussing Han Solo in The Force Awakens. Two people with different ideas and stories about who he is. Fallen Order is a very mixed bag of ideas seemingly pulled from various members at Respawn Entertainment that have completely different ideas about what makes a good Jedi game and unable to settle on a singular and unique vision.
GRYOnline.pl - Dariusz Matusiak - Polish - 8.5 / 10
Despite minor technical issues and sometimes underwhelming graphics, I had lots of fun. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a trip down the memory lane; to the times when I played the best Star Wars games for the very first time. Respawn Entertainment can easily put their game on the same shelf as Jedi Outcast. The Force is strong with this one!
Game Informer - Andrew Reiner - 8.8 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order tells a new Star Wars story and takes players to new places. It sits nicely alongside the Rebels and Resistance TV shows, which also dare to be different
Game Rant - Denny Connolly - 4.5 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Empire combines puzzle-solving, exploration, and combat to deliver one of the most ambitious single-player Star Wars games ever.
Game Revolution - Jason Faulkner - 4 / 5 stars
Jedi Fallen Order isn’t perfect, but it’s a step in the right direction. The critical factor with this game is that it taps into that sense of adventure that Star Wars instills in fans.
GameCrate - Quibian Salazar-Moreno - 9.3 / 10
For those of you pleading for a good Star Wars game, it's finally here. No lootboxes, no microtransactions, just an action-packed adventure in a galaxy far, far away.
GamePro - Maximilian Franke - German - 85 / 100
Jedi: Fallen Order does not reinvent Star Wars. What it does, it makes it really good. The story, though, could be bolder.
GameSkinny - Jonny Foster - 8 / 10 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has some technical issues and poor pacing but is still an amazing single-player Star Wars game.
GameSpace - Damien Gula - 9 / 10
If you are looking for a quintessential Star Wars experience that does not outright saddle you with power, but makes you take the journey to earn and respect that power, Jedi: Fallen Order is worth the time spent in a galaxy far, far away.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
The Force is strong with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but sometimes glimpses of the dark side seep through.
GameSpot - Phil Hornshaw - 8 / 10
Respawn Entertainment's foray into the Star Wars universe balances Force powers with tough difficulty to make the best Jedi game in years.
Gameblog - Jonathan Bushle - French - 8 / 10
Star Wars : Jedi Fallen Order Order is a very good game with a lot of well managed influences (Metroid, Tomb Raider, Uncharted or Sekiro). This is the game Star Wars fans are looking for
Gamers Heroes - Johnny Hurricane - 100 / 100
Much like what Arkham Asylum did for Batman games, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sets the new standard for Star Wars titles. Not only is it a great Star Wars game, it is also the best game of the year.
Gamersky - 心灵奇兵 - Chinese - 8.2 / 10
Although lacking in innovation, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the best Star Wars game of all time.
GamesBeat - Jeff Grubb - 93 / 100
It is the kind of achievement that is only possible when one of the best developers in the world puts all of its might into making something special. And I hope we get more just like it in the future.
GamesRadar+ - Ben Tyrer - 4 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order might take ideas liberally from others, but the result is an endearing adventure that ranks as EA's best Star Wars effort yet.
GamingBolt - Will Borger - 8 / 10
Respawn's latest combines strong level design, excellent puzzles, compelling platforming, great combat, gorgeous visuals, and a fun story to make the best Star Wars game in over a decade.
GamingTrend - Ron Burke - 95 / 100
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an absolute masterpiece. Well paced, written, and executed, the game is Respawn's best thus far.
Generación Xbox - Desirée Clary - Spanish - 8.9 / 10
STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order is the galactic adventure that fans of the series have been waiting for so long. With a balanced pace and a very measured gameplay for combat, puzzles and platforms, the title knows how to tell a story within the canon that catches from the first moment.
Giant Bomb - Brad Shoemaker - 3 / 5 stars
Jedi: Fallen Order is both one of the best Star Wars games to date and distressingly unrefined.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 8.5 / 10
The game may have some clunky moments where the combat just feels unpolished and Cal’s jumping is a bit off, but this can all be forgiven when you realize this is the story-driven Star Wars game we have been asking for.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is filled with wonderful combat, great visuals, and a decent story, but the technical issues are too prominent to ignore.
Guardian - Oliver Holmes - 4 / 5 stars
With its satisfyingly challenging lightsaber combat and on-brand recreation of the Star Wars galaxy, this is the game fans have been waiting for
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 90 / 100
Jedi Fallen Order is the game every Star Wars fan has been waiting for. Its level design, exploration and combat mechanics are great, and so is the use of the license. Sadly it is short (from 6 to 10 hours) and graphics feel a bit outdated.
IGN - Dan Stapleton - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order makes up for a lot of lost time with a fantastic single-player action-adventure that marks the return of the playable Jedi.
IGN Italy - Giovanni Marrelli - Italian - 8.2 / 10
A great action game that really shines in its combat mechanics and use of Force powers. If you love Star Wars and can't wait to restore the Jedi Order, then you will definitely enjoy Cal's journey, otherwise you could be disappointed by a game that, despite a fun gameplay, is not supported by a compelling story or unforgettable characters.
IGN Middle East - Mohamed Shorby - Arabic - 8.5 / 10
The Jedi Fallen Order is the perfect Star Wars game that fans had hoped for so many years.
IGN Spain - David Soriano - Spanish - 8.1 / 10
The new Star Wars game puts us in the shoes of a young Padawan who will have to survive after the execution of Order 66 in a mixture of various genres and mechanics that causes that we have liked it more for his galactic ambientantion than his own gameplay merits.
Impulsegamer - Tony Smith - 4.4 / 5
Even so, it is the single-player game that many Star Wars fans wanted and developers Respawn should be commended on successfully revitalising the franchise again and let’s hope this becomes a yearly event.
Kotaku - Joshua Rivera - Unscored
Taken as a whole, Jedi: Fallen Order brings a very familiar concept to the world of Star Wars video games: balance.
LevelUp - Víctor Rosas - Spanish - 9 / 10
Star Wars has found redemption in Respawn Entertainment. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is without doubt, one of the best Star Wars titles in recent memory, and already has a place in the history of Star War's video games. Respawn Entertainment succeeded and was the chosen one who brought the balance to the Force.
MMORPG.com - Garrick D. Raley - 9 / 10
There are so many aspects of Jedi: Fallen Order that I loved, and I hope we get to see more from Respawn in the future. For now, I think this is the Star Wars game I’ve been looking for.
Metro GameCentral - 7 / 10
An earnest attempt to create the ultimate Jedi simulator but the mishmash of game influences and an unengaging story leaves it only impacting on the surface.
Nexus - Robert de Wit - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order delivers a magnificent Star Wars experience that lives up to so many expectations, and then some. The marvelous blend and execution of platforming, challenging combat, and developed characters woven into a singular adventure is simply mesmerizing.
Noisy Pixel - Azario Lopez - 9.5 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the best single-player adventure that I have played in a very long time. The brilliant narrative that Respawn has created in the Star Wars universe is paired with excellent gameplay mechanics and level design.
PC Invasion - Tim McDonald - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order certainly tries, but as Yoda pointed out, you either do or do not. For the most part, it does -- but without the grace or precision of a full-fledged Jedi Knight. The apprentice is not yet the master.
PCGamesN - Richard Scott-Jones - 8 / 10
Gameplay is rock solid from the start and only gains depth, giving a real sense of transformation into a Jedi badass. Respawn has also nailed the Star Wars universe, both good (sights, sounds, and cinematic flair) and bad (cringey dialogue and vacuous plot).
PCWorld - Hayden Dingman - 4 / 5 stars
Jedi: Fallen Order borrows liberally from other games, but a strong supporting cast, clever level design, and a cute little droid companion make Respawn's Star Wars story more than the sum of its parts.
PlayStation Universe - John-Paul Jones - 9 / 10
A thrilling marriage of Uncharted, Dark Souls and Metroid, a few technical hiccups aren't nearly enough to derail the best Star Wars game in years. Rewarded, your patience has been.
Polygon - Ben Kuchera - Unscored
Jedi: Fallen Order is a flawed, sometimes messy game, but it’s a Star Wars experience I didn’t know I wanted. And after finishing it, I definitely want more.
Post Arcade (National Post) - Chad Sapieha - 7 / 10
Respawn's first take on that galaxy far, far away could have used a little more gestation before being unleashed on players
PowerUp! - James Wood - 6 / 10
There are pockets of joy and engagement in Fallen Order, but ultimately it feels like a game developed a long time ago, before Star Wars moved on to brighter galaxies far, far away from this.
Press Start - James Mitchell - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the Star Wars game fans have been waiting for. It brings together a strong story, addictive combat and an earnest dedication to recreating that Star Wars magic to offer one of the best Star Wars games in over a decade. It’s an experience that any Star Wars fan can’t afford to miss.
Push Square - Liam Croft - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is one of the very best games of 2019. Its engaging gameplay loops may have been lifted from other titles, but it's during combat where the game really shines with enjoyable lightsaber duels and numerous abilities that keep things fresh. Backed by a narrative that will bring delight to the Star Wars faithful, its wonderful main plot and referential nature makes the title an essential playthrough for anyone in tune with the force.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Brendan Caldwell - Unscored
Its saving virtue is that it is a right biggo, a thoughtless blast of blockbuster ‘splosions, a popcorn game, the grand kahuna you can point to when some bore starts burping on about how single player is dead
Shacknews - Sam Chandler - 7 / 10
While Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has some exciting combat and moments of genuinely interesting storytelling and acting, it just falls short of hitting the mark. It borrows heavily from several genres without actually adding anything new to the conversation. That’s not to say it’s bad, it just didn’t leave me wanting to revisit this galaxy.
Sirus Gaming - Lexuzze Tablante - 9.5 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order wasn’t dull or lackluster, there were big surprises that pushed me back from my seat, tons of memorable moments, the combat was definitely fulfilling, and it stayed loyal to its source material. While it’s not a technical marvel, I’ve never had this level of fun in any video game this year and I’m certainly glad that Respawn Entertainment delivered one of the greatest Star Wars games in history.
Spaziogames - Domenico Musicò - Italian - 8.8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is indubitably one of the best Star Wars Games. Under the guide of Stig Asmussen, Respawn has created a solid action-adventure game and an exciting original story that fits perfectly in the series universe.
Spiel Times - Caleb Wysor - 7 / 10
For all of the delightful combat, fun puzzles, and great narrative moments, Fallen Order is still marred by derivative action, frustrating navigation, and technical issues that prevent it from taking its place alongside Jedi Outcast and Knights of the Old Republic as one of the all-time great Star Wars games.
Stevivor - Ben Salter - 9 / 10
It’s the blend of all these elements that makes Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order the gripping single-player Star Wars game we have been waiting for all generation. Challenging combat is broken up by platforming and exploration, and it’s all held together by a narrative I genuinely cared about. On their own, none of these elements are going to win awards and are all done better elsewhere, but as a package they form something exciting — much like the Star Wars films.
The Digital Fix - Lloyd Coombes - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a beautiful monster, with the best bits of multiple games stapled together to make a fun, if occasionally frustrating, action game in the Star Wars universe.
TheSixthAxis - Jim Hargreaves - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is exactly the kind of single player game we had originally hoped to see when EA and Disney joined forces. Even if you strip away the license, you're left with a super satisfying mix or combat, story, and exploration, deftly crafted by a studio best known for spearheading an entirely different genre.
TrustedReviews - Adam Speight - 4 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is far from a masterpiece, but to say it could’ve been one without some of its basic flaws may not be so far fetched.
Twinfinite - Chris Jecks - 4 / 5
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the Star Wars game that fans have been crying out for years now. While it doesn’t do anything new, its clear inspirations from Dark Souls and Tomb Raider have helped to create an epic, sprawling adventure that’ll have you ready for more the moment
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2019.11.15 06:05 falconbox Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Platforms:
Trailers:
Developers: Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 83 average - 89% recommended - 88 reviews

Critic Reviews

Areajugones - Antonio Vallejo.T - Spanish - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the game that all fans have been waiting for almost a decade. The battle system, movement and metroidvania elements, as well as the simplicity with which it executes all of its departments, allow this game to be a very enjoyable one for the audience. Nevertheless, its short story, which also lacks depth, may stir trouble for some. Still, just because of the combination of exploration and art we can guarantee that this game will make it worth your while.
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has incredibly good elements, and they play out exceptionally well in its first three hours. Force-power diversity, combat animations, beautiful opening zones, clever puzzles, and Jedi-salvation stakes could lead anybody to believe they were in for a Star Wars single-player epic worth investing in.
The trouble is, the game begins to run on fumes after those three hours.
Atomix - Alberto Desfassiaux - Spanish - 90 / 100
I do not know we are facing the best game with "Star Wars" in its name. What I am sure of is that Electronic Arts is finally delivering a worthy game and that it meets not only what fans of this franchise are waiting for, but what every consumer anticipates when paying for an AAA game in 2019.
Attack of the Fanboy - Brandon Adams - 4 / 5 stars
Respawn did nothing to reinvent the wheel, but instead married a bunch of popular gameplay genres together into a cohesive whole, wrapped up in well-crafted Star Wars story. It may not be KOTOR levels of greatness, but it’s good.
AusGamers - Steve Farrelly - 8 / 10
the story here is classic Star Wars. The characters are infectious, and the planet-hopping and Metroidvania game design, once you’ve gained most of your base abilities, is fun and rewarding.
CGMagazine - Zubi Khan - 8.5 / 10
Beside a few nagging puzzles and backtracking sequences, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an excellent game, both for fans of action-adventure titles and of course, fans of games set in galaxies, far far away.
COGconnected - Garrett Drake - 90 / 100
I love Star Wars, I love video games, and Fallen Order is a glorious amalgamation of the two.
Cerealkillerz - Julian Bieder - German - 9 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order is guilty of borrowing loads of already established gameplay elements from other titles, but blends them together almost seamlessly. It gets accompanied with an intruiging story and colourful characters, making it the game Star Wars fans were yearning for. If only they left out those pesky sliding passages...
Cheat Code Central - Lucas White - 4 / 5
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a big, sloppy hodgepodge of AAA video game tropes, nerdy Star Wars stuff, and unearned blockbuster drama.
Critical Hit - Brad Lang - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an ambitious exploration of the Star Wars universe that succeeds in delivering both compelling combat and characters, even if it suffers from tedious exploration mechanics and a lack of polish.
Cultured Vultures - Billy Givens - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order suffers from some annoying pacing issues, but the attention to detail and fundamentally solid gameplay makes it the best Star Wars game in over a decade.
Daily Dot - AJ Moser - 4.5 / 5 stars
While this is a fantastic game on its own merits, it also stands as a towering achievement in Star Wars storytelling. I can’t wait to see what’s next for this spinoff and these characters. Fallen Order walks in to a crowded universe with big, unique goals and far surpasses the standard for Star Wars games.
Daily Mirror - Matthew Osborn - 4 / 5 stars
Overall, the game's core is satisfying - the more you play it the more you will want to continue slicing your way through the empire using your lightsaber or even throwing them off ledges with the Force.
Daily Star - Ben Walker - 4 / 5 stars
Fallen Order is a game with intricate and satisfying combat – some of the best we've ever seen in a Star Wars game. But Respawn relies on that as a selling point, and focuses less on creating a polished experience.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 8 / 10
You're going to occasionally roll your eyes at a cheesy moment or groan at a technical issue, but Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order stands alone as an action game devoid of its Star Wars influence. If you grin at the mere mention of the phrase "kyber crystals," you'll get even more out of it.
Digital Chumps - Alex Tudor - 9 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order mixes the magic of Star Wars with the stellar combat gameplay mechanics Respawn can provide. It's both challenging and exhilarating. Technical issues and minor graphical bugs plague what is otherwise the best Star Wars game in over two decades.
DualShockers - Chris Compendio - 8 / 10
A magnificent blend of genres makes Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order a solid game, but technical hitches prevent it from taking the high ground.
EGM - Michael Goroff - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has its heart in the right place, delivering that Star Wars fantasy that is sure to please fans of the franchise. But putting aside the lightsabers and Wookiees, Fallen Order is too often unsuccessful in implementing ideas from better games, and ends up seeming like a pale imitation in comparison.
Easy Allies - Brad Ellis - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a fantastic title and stands as one of the best Star Wars games yet.
Eurogamer - Emma Kent - No Recommendation / Blank
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order initially delivers well-paced combat and unique environments, but unravels into a tedious and repetitive slog.
Everyeye.it - Gabriele Laurino - Italian - 8.3 / 10
The journey of Cal Kestis could be the beginning of a revival cycle for the Star Wars franchise in gaming
Explosion Network - Dylan Blight - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the equivalent of Rey and Finn discussing Han Solo in The Force Awakens. Two people with different ideas and stories about who he is. Fallen Order is a very mixed bag of ideas seemingly pulled from various members at Respawn Entertainment that have completely different ideas about what makes a good Jedi game and unable to settle on a singular and unique vision.
GRYOnline.pl - Dariusz Matusiak - Polish - 8.5 / 10
Despite minor technical issues and sometimes underwhelming graphics, I had lots of fun. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order was a trip down the memory lane; to the times when I played the best Star Wars games for the very first time. Respawn Entertainment can easily put their game on the same shelf as Jedi Outcast. The Force is strong with this one!
Game Informer - Andrew Reiner - 8.8 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order tells a new Star Wars story and takes players to new places. It sits nicely alongside the Rebels and Resistance TV shows, which also dare to be different
Game Rant - Denny Connolly - 4.5 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Empire combines puzzle-solving, exploration, and combat to deliver one of the most ambitious single-player Star Wars games ever.
Game Revolution - Jason Faulkner - 4 / 5 stars
Jedi Fallen Order isn’t perfect, but it’s a step in the right direction. The critical factor with this game is that it taps into that sense of adventure that Star Wars instills in fans.
GameCrate - Quibian Salazar-Moreno - 9.3 / 10
For those of you pleading for a good Star Wars game, it's finally here. No lootboxes, no microtransactions, just an action-packed adventure in a galaxy far, far away.
GamePro - Maximilian Franke - German - 85 / 100
Jedi: Fallen Order does not reinvent Star Wars. What it does, it makes it really good. The story, though, could be bolder.
GameSkinny - Jonny Foster - 8 / 10 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has some technical issues and poor pacing but is still an amazing single-player Star Wars game.
GameSpace - Damien Gula - 9 / 10
If you are looking for a quintessential Star Wars experience that does not outright saddle you with power, but makes you take the journey to earn and respect that power, Jedi: Fallen Order is worth the time spent in a galaxy far, far away.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
The Force is strong with Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, but sometimes glimpses of the dark side seep through.
GameSpot - Phil Hornshaw - 8 / 10
Respawn Entertainment's foray into the Star Wars universe balances Force powers with tough difficulty to make the best Jedi game in years.
Gameblog - Jonathan Bushle - French - 8 / 10
Star Wars : Jedi Fallen Order Order is a very good game with a lot of well managed influences (Metroid, Tomb Raider, Uncharted or Sekiro). This is the game Star Wars fans are looking for
Gamers Heroes - Johnny Hurricane - 100 / 100
Much like what Arkham Asylum did for Batman games, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sets the new standard for Star Wars titles. Not only is it a great Star Wars game, it is also the best game of the year.
Gamersky - 心灵奇兵 - Chinese - 8.2 / 10
Although lacking in innovation, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the best Star Wars game of all time.
GamesBeat - Jeff Grubb - 93 / 100
It is the kind of achievement that is only possible when one of the best developers in the world puts all of its might into making something special. And I hope we get more just like it in the future.
GamesRadar+ - Ben Tyrer - 4 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order might take ideas liberally from others, but the result is an endearing adventure that ranks as EA's best Star Wars effort yet.
GamingBolt - Will Borger - 8 / 10
Respawn's latest combines strong level design, excellent puzzles, compelling platforming, great combat, gorgeous visuals, and a fun story to make the best Star Wars game in over a decade.
GamingTrend - Ron Burke - 95 / 100
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is an absolute masterpiece. Well paced, written, and executed, the game is Respawn's best thus far.
Generación Xbox - Desirée Clary - Spanish - 8.9 / 10
STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order is the galactic adventure that fans of the series have been waiting for so long. With a balanced pace and a very measured gameplay for combat, puzzles and platforms, the title knows how to tell a story within the canon that catches from the first moment.
Giant Bomb - Brad Shoemaker - 3 / 5 stars
Jedi: Fallen Order is both one of the best Star Wars games to date and distressingly unrefined.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 8.5 / 10
The game may have some clunky moments where the combat just feels unpolished and Cal’s jumping is a bit off, but this can all be forgiven when you realize this is the story-driven Star Wars game we have been asking for.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is filled with wonderful combat, great visuals, and a decent story, but the technical issues are too prominent to ignore.
Guardian - Oliver Holmes - 4 / 5 stars
With its satisfyingly challenging lightsaber combat and on-brand recreation of the Star Wars galaxy, this is the game fans have been waiting for
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 90 / 100
Jedi Fallen Order is the game every Star Wars fan has been waiting for. Its level design, exploration and combat mechanics are great, and so is the use of the license. Sadly it is short (from 6 to 10 hours) and graphics feel a bit outdated.
IGN - Dan Stapleton - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order makes up for a lot of lost time with a fantastic single-player action-adventure that marks the return of the playable Jedi.
IGN Italy - Giovanni Marrelli - Italian - 8.2 / 10
A great action game that really shines in its combat mechanics and use of Force powers. If you love Star Wars and can't wait to restore the Jedi Order, then you will definitely enjoy Cal's journey, otherwise you could be disappointed by a game that, despite a fun gameplay, is not supported by a compelling story or unforgettable characters.
IGN Middle East - Mohamed Shorby - Arabic - 8.5 / 10
The Jedi Fallen Order is the perfect Star Wars game that fans had hoped for so many years.
IGN Spain - David Soriano - Spanish - 8.1 / 10
The new Star Wars game puts us in the shoes of a young Padawan who will have to survive after the execution of Order 66 in a mixture of various genres and mechanics that causes that we have liked it more for his galactic ambientantion than his own gameplay merits.
Impulsegamer - Tony Smith - 4.4 / 5
Even so, it is the single-player game that many Star Wars fans wanted and developers Respawn should be commended on successfully revitalising the franchise again and let’s hope this becomes a yearly event.
Kotaku - Joshua Rivera - Unscored
Taken as a whole, Jedi: Fallen Order brings a very familiar concept to the world of Star Wars video games: balance.
LevelUp - Víctor Rosas - Spanish - 9 / 10
Star Wars has found redemption in Respawn Entertainment. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is without doubt, one of the best Star Wars titles in recent memory, and already has a place in the history of Star War's video games. Respawn Entertainment succeeded and was the chosen one who brought the balance to the Force.
MMORPG.com - Garrick D. Raley - 9 / 10
There are so many aspects of Jedi: Fallen Order that I loved, and I hope we get to see more from Respawn in the future. For now, I think this is the Star Wars game I’ve been looking for.
Metro GameCentral - 7 / 10
An earnest attempt to create the ultimate Jedi simulator but the mishmash of game influences and an unengaging story leaves it only impacting on the surface.
Nexus - Robert de Wit - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order delivers a magnificent Star Wars experience that lives up to so many expectations, and then some. The marvelous blend and execution of platforming, challenging combat, and developed characters woven into a singular adventure is simply mesmerizing.
Noisy Pixel - Azario Lopez - 9.5 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the best single-player adventure that I have played in a very long time. The brilliant narrative that Respawn has created in the Star Wars universe is paired with excellent gameplay mechanics and level design.
PC Invasion - Tim McDonald - 6 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order certainly tries, but as Yoda pointed out, you either do or do not. For the most part, it does -- but without the grace or precision of a full-fledged Jedi Knight. The apprentice is not yet the master.
PCGamesN - Richard Scott-Jones - 8 / 10
Gameplay is rock solid from the start and only gains depth, giving a real sense of transformation into a Jedi badass. Respawn has also nailed the Star Wars universe, both good (sights, sounds, and cinematic flair) and bad (cringey dialogue and vacuous plot).
PCWorld - Hayden Dingman - 4 / 5 stars
Jedi: Fallen Order borrows liberally from other games, but a strong supporting cast, clever level design, and a cute little droid companion make Respawn's Star Wars story more than the sum of its parts.
PlayStation Universe - John-Paul Jones - 9 / 10
A thrilling marriage of Uncharted, Dark Souls and Metroid, a few technical hiccups aren't nearly enough to derail the best Star Wars game in years. Rewarded, your patience has been.
Polygon - Ben Kuchera - Unscored
Jedi: Fallen Order is a flawed, sometimes messy game, but it’s a Star Wars experience I didn’t know I wanted. And after finishing it, I definitely want more.
Post Arcade (National Post) - Chad Sapieha - 7 / 10
Respawn's first take on that galaxy far, far away could have used a little more gestation before being unleashed on players
PowerUp! - James Wood - 6 / 10
There are pockets of joy and engagement in Fallen Order, but ultimately it feels like a game developed a long time ago, before Star Wars moved on to brighter galaxies far, far away from this.
Press Start - James Mitchell - 9 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the Star Wars game fans have been waiting for. It brings together a strong story, addictive combat and an earnest dedication to recreating that Star Wars magic to offer one of the best Star Wars games in over a decade. It’s an experience that any Star Wars fan can’t afford to miss.
Push Square - Liam Croft - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is one of the very best games of 2019. Its engaging gameplay loops may have been lifted from other titles, but it's during combat where the game really shines with enjoyable lightsaber duels and numerous abilities that keep things fresh. Backed by a narrative that will bring delight to the Star Wars faithful, its wonderful main plot and referential nature makes the title an essential playthrough for anyone in tune with the force.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Brendan Caldwell - Unscored
Its saving virtue is that it is a right biggo, a thoughtless blast of blockbuster ‘splosions, a popcorn game, the grand kahuna you can point to when some bore starts burping on about how single player is dead
Shacknews - Sam Chandler - 7 / 10
While Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has some exciting combat and moments of genuinely interesting storytelling and acting, it just falls short of hitting the mark. It borrows heavily from several genres without actually adding anything new to the conversation. That’s not to say it’s bad, it just didn’t leave me wanting to revisit this galaxy.
Sirus Gaming - Lexuzze Tablante - 9.5 / 10
Jedi: Fallen Order wasn’t dull or lackluster, there were big surprises that pushed me back from my seat, tons of memorable moments, the combat was definitely fulfilling, and it stayed loyal to its source material. While it’s not a technical marvel, I’ve never had this level of fun in any video game this year and I’m certainly glad that Respawn Entertainment delivered one of the greatest Star Wars games in history.
Spaziogames - Domenico Musicò - Italian - 8.8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is indubitably one of the best Star Wars Games. Under the guide of Stig Asmussen, Respawn has created a solid action-adventure game and an exciting original story that fits perfectly in the series universe.
Spiel Times - Caleb Wysor - 7 / 10
For all of the delightful combat, fun puzzles, and great narrative moments, Fallen Order is still marred by derivative action, frustrating navigation, and technical issues that prevent it from taking its place alongside Jedi Outcast and Knights of the Old Republic as one of the all-time great Star Wars games.
Stevivor - Ben Salter - 9 / 10
It’s the blend of all these elements that makes Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order the gripping single-player Star Wars game we have been waiting for all generation. Challenging combat is broken up by platforming and exploration, and it’s all held together by a narrative I genuinely cared about. On their own, none of these elements are going to win awards and are all done better elsewhere, but as a package they form something exciting — much like the Star Wars films.
The Digital Fix - Lloyd Coombes - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is a beautiful monster, with the best bits of multiple games stapled together to make a fun, if occasionally frustrating, action game in the Star Wars universe.
TheSixthAxis - Jim Hargreaves - 8 / 10
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is exactly the kind of single player game we had originally hoped to see when EA and Disney joined forces. Even if you strip away the license, you're left with a super satisfying mix or combat, story, and exploration, deftly crafted by a studio best known for spearheading an entirely different genre.
TrustedReviews - Adam Speight - 4 / 5 stars
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is far from a masterpiece, but to say it could’ve been one without some of its basic flaws may not be so far fetched.
Twinfinite - Chris Jecks - 4 / 5
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is the Star Wars game that fans have been crying out for years now. While it doesn’t do anything new, its clear inspirations from Dark Souls and Tomb Raider have helped to create an epic, sprawling adventure that’ll have you ready for more the moment
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