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The Devil All the Time (Mild spoilers)

2020.09.17 01:59 PlentyofFishUser69 The Devil All the Time (Mild spoilers)

Just finished it and my largest gripe with the movie is how much of the information in the movie is presented through narration. It’s worse towards the beginning but it improves. Plot points are introduced, and the motives of the characters are explained almost immediately without giving the audience time to guess in what direction those plot points are going. For instance, Jason Clarke is introduced and the film’s narration immediately explains that he’s a serial killer. Stuff like that happened frequently with the characters, and that isn’t to say it never works, the narration works really well in tandem with a scene in a barn, but it had more scenes where it hampered the movie rather than aided it.
Despite this the movie’s still got more strengths than weaknesses. The acting and the way the plot points all come together are the most satisfying part of this movie. Robert Pattinson is an absolute blast to watch and Tom Holland has his moments to shine. Cinematography is great, music is used pretty well for the most part.
Honestly this movie feels like a 7/10 that with some minor tweaks to the structure and presentation of the overall story could have been a 9/10. Still a thoroughly enjoyable watch though and it’s definitely worth revisiting.
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2020.09.01 13:55 RELFantasticMaize2 My 18 year Generation Theory based on Cultural, Historical, and Technological Events

I decided to come back since this generation topic is just so interesting. Anyways, this is my generation theory. This will be my take on how I view each generation, based on 8 year pure cohorts and 10 year spectrums. Some of you may have seen a similar post like this in the past, as this is a repost, since I deleted the original post, with added notable people, and percentages of each generation. For those of you who have never seen the original post, in my opinion, I feel generations aren’t very clear cut and don’t evolve overnight. I don’t think people who are 15-17 years apart will share the exact same generation traits. I believe in 8 year solid cohorts, where the years that make up the quintessential part of the generation can be found. For Baby Boomers, it’s 1950-1957, for Gen X, its 1968-1975, for Millennials it’s 1986-1993, and for Gen Z, its 2004-2011. Everything else in between is a spectrum transitioning from one generation to the next. With these spectrums, every year, traits from the previous generation start to die off and new traits start to form, which would help lay the foundation for the next generation. With that out of the way, let’s begin:

Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 Classes of 1958-1967
Last cohort to have any Silent traits, and the first to have any Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after World War II. They were all born after the introduction of the television. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They primarily spent most of their elementary school years and childhood during the post-war boom of the late 40s to mid 50s. The first half were born during World War II and the last four years were born during the Baby Boom. They are the 40s babies, were the pioneers of the Hippie Movement, and were the primary group drafted during the Vietnam War. They are the children of Greatests and Greatest Losts.
Famous people*: John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Norris, Al Pacino, John Lewis, Bernie Sanders, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Kim Jong-Il, Muhammad Ali, Joe Biden, Stephen Hawking, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Robert De Niro, Mick Jagger, Danny DeVito, Jerry Springer, Herman Cain, Vince McMahon, Bob Marley, Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Freddy Mercury, Sylvester Stallone, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton, Arnold Schwarznegger, Elton John, Samuel L. Jackson, Prince Charles, Ozzy Osbourne, Meryl Streep, Billy Joel, Lionel Richie, Ric Flair, etc.\*

Pure Boomers 1950-1957 Classes of 1968-1975
Only cohort to have full Boomer traits. They entered elementary school after the Vietnam War began, primarily grew up during the rise of standard television, and entered high school after the Kennedy Assassination. The oldest year came of age in the year 1968, one of the most polarizing years in US history. The first half played a role in the Hippie Movement, as there was still a draft age, while the last couple of years came of age afterwards, but primarily spent most of their high school years and adolescence before the Disco era began. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Greatests.
Famous people: Dr. Phil, Bill Murray, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Ben Carson, Phil Collins, Kurt Russell, Vladimir Putin, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Hulk Hogan, Tim Allen, Cyndi Lauper, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Chan, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Roddy Piper, Walter Payton, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Bill Gates, Kris Jenner, Steve Jobs, Bill Nye, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Bob Saget, Larry Bird, Mel Gibson, Caroline Kennedy, Bret Hart, Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey, etc.


Jones Spectrum 1958-1967 Classes of 1976-1985
Last cohort to have any Boomer traits, and the first to have any X traits. They entered elementary school after MLK’s I have a dream speach, which ended segregation, and were the first to grow up with Saturday morning cartoons, and during the rise of color television. They graduated high school after the release of the Apple I, but before the Challenger Disaster. The first half played a big role in the 1980 election. The first seven years were primary demographic during the Disco/Punk Era, as most of the cohort spent their adolescence during that time, with the last three years spending most of their adolescence during the MTV Era. They are the children of Greatest Silents and Silents.
Famous people*: Michael Jackson, Madonna, Ellen DeGeneres Simon Cowell, Magic Johnson, Weird Al Yankovic, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Charlie Murphy, Dave Coulier, Mike Pence, RuPaul, Jane Lynch, Damon Wayans, Kathy Griffin, Tim Cook, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sean Penn, John F. Kennedy Jr., Barack Obama, Princess Diana, Billy Ray Cyrus, George Clooney, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez, Ralph Macchio, Stephen Hillenburg, Michael J. Fox, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Steve Irwin, Michael Jordan, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Whitney Houston, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, Kevin Chamberlain, Michelle Obama, Courteney Cox, Eazy E, Keanu Reaves, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, Robert Robert\ Downey, Jr., The Undertaker, J.K. Rowling, Dr. Dre, William Zabka, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Shawn Michaels, Ben Stiller, Scottie Pippen, Mike Tyson, Adam Sandler, Gordon Ramsay, David Schwimmer, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Rick Astley, Vin Diesel, Matt LeBlanc, Kurt Cobain, Will Farell, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, LaVar Ball, , etc.*


Pure X 1968-1975 Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967 to mid 1975
Only cohort to have full X traits. They entered elementary school after Nixon’s second term election, which lead to his resignation. They were the first years to grow up with the first blockbusters such as Jaws, the first major gaming consoles such as the Atari 2600, and the first movie franchises such as Star Wars. They graduated high school after the Challenger Disaster, but before the launch of the World Wide Web, and primarily spent their adolescence before the USSR Collapse. They spent most of their high school years and adolescence in the MTV era and were the primary demographic. They are the children of Soomers and Silents.
Famous people: Will Smith, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tony Hawk, Kurt Angle, Terry Crews, Owen Wilson, LL Cool J, Tracy Morgan, Gary Coleman, Phil Lewis, Molly Ringwald, Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jay Z, Jennifer Aniston, Triple H, Paul Rudd, P Diddy, Matthew Perry, Mariah Carey, Melania Trump, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Shane McMahon, Chris Jericho, Ted Cruz, DMX, Shawn Wayans, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, Mark Walhberg, Winona Ryder, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Shaquille O'Neal, Sofia Vergara, Big Show, Ben Affleck, Marlon Wayans, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Edge, Pharrell, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth McFarlane, Jim Parsons, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Rey Mysterio Jr., Lil Kim, Derek Jeter, Nelly, Ryan Seacrest, Christian Bale, Boogie2988, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, 50 Cent, Fergie, will.i.am, Drew Barrymore, Tiger Woods, Tobey Maguire, etc.


Xennial Spectrum 1976-1985 Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975 to mid 1985
Last cohort to have any X traits, and the first to have any Millennial traits. They entered elementary school after Reagan was elected, which made our society more right leaning, they primarily grew up with gaming post-1983 with consoles such as the NES and SEGA Master System. The first half spent most of high school during the Grunge Era, and the second half during the Y2K era. They all graduated high school after the release of the World Wide Web, but spent at least most of it before 9/11. The first half of this cohort were hit by the Dot-Com Bubble, while the second half was hit by the Great Recession. They were the first years to serve in the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. They are the children of Soomers and Baby Boomers.
Famous People: Sia, DJ Khaled, Tiger Woods, Chadwick Boseman (RIP), Will Friedle, Fred Savage, Ryan Reynolds, Candace Cameron-Bure, Reese Witherspoon, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Chester Bennington, Blake Shelton, John Cena, Kanye West, Shakira, Tom Brady, Psy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Brock Lesnar, Donald Trump Jr., AJ Styles, Jason Earles, Jerry Trainor, Jeff Hardy, Steve Aoki, John Green, Kobe Bryant, Ashton Kutcher, James Corden, Kenan Thompson, Usher, John Legend, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Zoe Saldana, CM Punk, Sheamus, Anthony Mackie, Manny Pacquiao, Kel Mitchell, Charlamagne Tha God, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Chris Pratt, Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Aaliyah, Cooper Barnes, Heath Ledger, John Krasinski, Flo Rida, Rider Strong, Kim Kardashian, Channing Tatum, Ben Savage, Randy Orton, Macaulay Culkin, Gucci Mane, Ryan Gosling, TI, Christina Aguilera, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Swoozie, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, Pitbull, Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump, Danielle Fishel, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Dwyane Wade, Tati Westbrook, Jodie Sweetin, Keemstar, Anne Hathaway, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Roman Atwood, Chris Hemsworth, Nicki Bella, Carrie Underwood, Future, Mila Kunis, Scott Disick, Brie Bella,Khloe Kardashian, Eric Trump, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Avril Lavigne, Prince Harry, Ben Shapiro, Aubrey Plaza, T-Pain, Carmelo Anthony, Mark Zuckerberg, Lauren London, Christiano Ronaldo, Ashley Tisdale, Roman Reigns, Nipsey Hussle, J Cole, Lana Del Rey, Dean Ambrose, Anna Kendrick,etc.


Pure Millennials 1986-1993 Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985 to mid 1993
Only cohort to have full Millennial traits. They all entered elementary school after the launch of the first Nickelodeon cartoons, which lead to the rise of cable kids programming, and grew up during the Disney Renaissance. They primarily spent their childhoods after the launch of the World Wide Web, and spent at least most of their adolescence and high school years in a post-9/11 world. They were the cohort hit the most by the Great Recession. They began high school after Y2K, and graduated after the release of MySpace and Facebook. They are the children of Baby Boomers and Generation Jones.
Famous people: Drake, Lady Gaga, Jenna Marbles, Raven-Symoné, Jeffree Star, Bruno Mars, Josh Peck, Drake Bell, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Olson, Mary-Kate Olson, Seth Rollins, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lea Michele, Usain Bolt, Shia LaBeouf, Zac Efron, Lionel Messi, Blake Lively, Shay Mitchell, Michael B. Jordan, Naya Rivera, Anthony Padilla, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Kevin Jonas, Shane Dawson, Rihanna, Stephen Curry, Lilly Singh, Adele, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, King Bach, Vanessa Hudgens, Blac Chyna, Lizzo, Pewdiepie, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Nina Dobrev, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Derulo, Markiplier, Joe Jonas, Elizabeth Olson, James Harden, Carlos PenaVega, Logan Henderson, Corbin Bleu, Jennifer Lawrence, The Weeknd, Ryan Higa, Iggy Azalea, Machine Gun Kelly, Margot Robbie, Cash Nasty, Soulja Boy, Catherine Paiz, Sarah Hyland, Klay Thompson, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, Ninja, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Cerny, Gabbie Hanna, Azzyland, Tyler the Creator, Fetty Wap, DaBaby, Quavo, Tyler Posey, Shailene Woodley, Jamie Lynn Spears, Emma Roberts, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Cole Sprouse, Miley Cyrus, Austin McBroom, SSSniperWolf, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, Dylan Sprouse, Mac Miller, Taylor Lautner, Ariana Grande, KSI, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Debby Ryan, Victoria Justice, Sofia Carson, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucas Cruikshank, etc.


Zillennial Spectrum 1994-2003 Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993 to mid 2003
Last cohort to have any Millennial traits, and the first to have any Z traits. They entered elementary school after Columbine, which lead to kids becoming more sheltered. They primarily spent their childhoods in a post-9/11 world, witnessing our world becoming more mobilized. The first half were able to vote in the 2016 elections. They all spent most of their teens in the 2010s, which was half Millennial and half Gen Z culturally. They all graduated high school after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but spent at least most of it before COVID-19. They are the cohort being hit the most by the COVID-19 Recession. They are the children of Generation Jones and Generation X.
Famous people*: Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Lil Uzi Vert, Camila Mendes, Meghan Trainor, Halsey, Caspar Lee, Madelaine Petsch, Lil Baby, Logan Paul, Kendall Jenner, Ross Lynch, Timothée Chalamet, Post Malone, Gigi Hadid, Queen Naija, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, David Dobrik, Tom Holland, RiceGum, Lele Pons, Zendaya, Liza Koshy, Dove Cameron, Alissa Violet, 6IX9INE, Lili Reinhart, Noah Centineo, Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Lonzo Ball, Camila Cabello, Nash Grier, Bella Thorne, KJ Apa, Becky G, Jacob Elordi, DDG, Infinite, Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Olivia Holt, Kira Kosarin, Simone Biles, Blueface, Shawn Mendez, XXXTentacion, Brent Rivera, Tana Mongeau, Juice WRLD, Peyton List, Mr Beast, Jaden Smith, Tfue, Liangelo Ball, China Anne McClain, Peyton Meyer, Bradley Steven Perry, Khalid, James Charles, Madison Beer, Karan Brar, Grayson Dolan, Ethan Dolan, Sabrina Carpenter, Cameron Boyce, NBA Youngboy, Lil Nas X, Joey King, Addison Rae, Baby Ariel, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Woah Vicky, Joshua Bassett, Kiera Bridget, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, Haley Pham, Meg Donnelly, Griffin Gluck, Dixie D'Amelio, Billie Eilish, Noah Beck, Emma Chamberlain, Morgz, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Rowan Blanchard, Isabela Merced, Hannah Meloche, Caleb McLaughlin, Lamelo Ball, Jacob Sartorious, Chase Hudson, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, Asher Angel, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Skai Jackson, Jenna Ortega, Malu Travejo, NLE CHOPPA, Lil Tecca, Cash Baker, Matty B, Johnny Orlando, Sophia Grace Brownlee, Lizzy Greene, BhadBhabie, Olivia Rodrigo,etc.\*


Pure Z 2004-2011 Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003 to mid 2011
Only cohort to have full Z traits. They all entered elementary school after Obama was elected, which made our society more left leaning, and after the Great Recession ended, but before Trump was elected. They spent at least most of their childhood and elementary school years after smartphones surpassed flip phones in sales, but before COVID-19, and they will be spending at least most of their high school years and adolescence in the COVID-19 and post-COVID-19 world of the 2020s, and will all likely graduate high school after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. They are the children of Generation X and Xennials.
Famous people: Aidan Gallagher, Charli D'Amelio, Annie LeBlanc, Mackenzie Ziegler, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Lauren Orlando, Grace VanderWaal, Ellie Zeiler, Lebron James Jr., Sky Katz, Casey Simpson, Francesca Capaldi, Sofia Wylie, Addison Riecke, Mace Coronel, EvanTubeHD, Honey Boo Boo, Ella Anderson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Gianna Bryant, Rosie McClelland, Ruby Rube, Barron Trump, McKenna Grace, Ava Kolker, Adelia Rose, Mason Ramsey, Trinitee Stokes, Ariana Greenblatt, August Maturo, Elias Harger, Malachi Barton, Jason Maybaum, Hayley LeBlanc, Mia Talerico, JillianTubeHD, Gavin Thomas, Christiano Ronaldo Jr., etc,


Zalpha Spectrum 2012-2021 Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011 to mid 2021
Last cohort to have any Z traits and the first to have Alpha traits. They entered elementary school after Trump was elected and will primarily spend their childhoods in a post-COVID-19 world. They will graduate high school in the 2030s. They are the children of Xennials and Millennials.
Famous people*: Ryan’s Toy Reviews, Riley Curry, Blue Ivy Carter, North West, etc.\*
There is also a 18 year patterns between Soomers, Jones, Xennials, and Zillennials. These spectrums first come of age during a tech boom, then an election, then a crisis, then a culture shift, then a major historic crisis.


The first three years tend to come of age after, or spend most of their adolescence after a technology boom.
1940: graduated high school after the first digital phone line is developed.
1958: graduated high school after the release of the Apple I.
1976: graduated high school after the launch of the World Wide Web.
1994: graduated high school after smartphones surpassed feature phones in sales.

1941: graduated high school after the first automatic camera is released.
1959: graduated high school after the release of the PET.
1977: graduated high school the year Windows 95 was released.
1995: graduated high school the year tablets surpassed PCs in sales.

1942: graduated high school after the first laser is built.
1960: graduated high school after the world‘s first cellular network.
1978: graduated high school after the release of the Motorola StarTac.
1996: graduated high school after the release of the Samsung Gear.

The fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh years tend to come of age before an election, during a major crisis, or before the next generation’s culture is in full swing.
1943: graduated high school after Kennedy was elected.
1961: graduated high school before the Iran Hostage Crisis.
1979: graduated high school before Clinton’s Impeachment.
1997: graduated high school after the rise of ISIS and before gay marriage was federally legalized.

1944: graduated high school before the Cuban Missile Crisis.
1962: graduated high school before Reagan was elected.
1980: graduated high school before the debut of TRL and Columbine.
1998: graduated high school before Trump was elected.

1945: graduated high school before MLK’s I Have a Dream Speech and the Kennedy Assassination.
1963: graduated high school before the debut of MTV.
1981: graduated high school before Y2K.
1999: graduated high school before the US-China Trade War began and Parkland.

1946: graduated high school after the Beetles arrived in America.
1964: graduated high school after AIDS started.
1982: graduated high school before Bush was elected.
2000: graduated high school before the release of TikTok.

The last three years tend to either spend most of their adolescence after a new president is elected, during another election, before a crisis, or come of age before or after a major crisis.
1947: graduated high school after the first American combat troops arrive in Vietnam.
1965: spent most of high school after Reagan was elected.
1983: graduated high school before 9/11.
2001: spent most of high school after Trump was elected, and graduated before COVID-19.

1948: spent most of high school after the Kennedy Assassination.
1966: graduated high school after the NCI announced they found the cause of AIDS.
1984: graduated high school after 9/11 happened.
2002: graduated high school after COVID-19 started, and after Trump’s impeachment.

1949: graduated high school before the MLK Assassination.
1967: graduated high school before the Challenger Disaster, but after the 1984 election.
1985: spent most of high school after Bush was elected, but before 9/11, graduated after the Iraq Invasion.
2003: spent most of high school before COVID-19, will graduate after the upcoming 2020 election, and could possibly be the last to graduate before the pandemic ends.

How Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z each year is:
Late Silents 1940 (Class of 1958): 10% BB, 90% S 1941 (Class of 1959): 20% BB, 80% S 1942 (Class of 1960): 30% BB, 70% S
Prime Soomers 1943 (Class of 1961): 40% BB, 60% S 1944 (Class of 1962): 45% BB, 55% S 1945 (Class of 1963): 55% BB, 45% S 1946 (Class of 1964): 60% BB, 40% S
Early Boomers 1947 (Class of 1965): 70% BB, 30% S 1948 (Class of 1966): 80% BB, 20% S 1949 (Class of 1967): 90% BB, 10% S
Core Boomers 1950 (Class of 1968): 100% BB 1951 (Class of 1969): 100% BB 1952 (Class of 1970): 100% BB 1953 (Class of 1971): 100% BB 1954 (Class of 1972): 100% BB 1955 (Class of 1973): 100% BB 1956 (Class of 1974): 100% BB 1957 (Class of 1975): 100% BB
Late Boomers 1958 (Class of 1976): 10% X, 90% BB 1959 (Class of 1977): 20% X, 80% BB 1960 (Class of 1978): 30% X, 70% BB
Prime Jones 1961 (Class of 1979): 40% X, 60% BB 1962 (Class of 1980): 45% X, 55% BB 1963 (Class of 1981): 55% X, 45% BB 1964 (Class of 1982): 60% X, 40% BB
Early X 1965 (Class of 1983): 70% X, 30% BB 1966 (Class of 1984): 80% X, 20% BB 1967 (Class of 1985): 90% X, 10% BB
Core X 1968 (Class of 1986/give or take late 1967-mid 1968): 100% X 1969 (Class of 1987/give or take late 1968-mid 1969): 100% X 1970 (Class of 1988/give or take late 1969-mid 1970): 100% X 1971 (Class of 1989/give or take late 1970-mid 1971): 100% X 1972 (Class of 1990/give or take late 1971-mid 1972): 100% X 1973 (Class of 1991/give or take late 1972-mid 1973): 100% X 1974 (Class of 1992/give or take late 1973-mid 1974): 100% X 1975 (Class of 1993/give or take late 1974-mid 1975): 100% X
Late X 1976 (Class of 1994/give or take late 1975-mid 1976): 10% Y, 90% X 1977 (Class of 1995/give or take late 1976-mid 1977): 20% Y, 80% X 1978 (Class of 1996/give or take late 1977-mid 1978): 30% Y, 70% X
Prime Xennials 1979 (Class of 1997/give or take late 1978-mid 1979): 40% Y, 60% X 1980 (Class of 1998/give or take late 1979-mid 1980): 45% Y, 55% X 1981 (Class of 1999/give or take late 1980-mid 1981): 55% Y, 45% X 1982 (Class of 2000/give or take late 1981-mid 1982): 60% Y, 40% X
Early Millennials 1983 (Class of 2001/give or take late 1982-mid 1983): 70% Y, 30% X 1984 (Class of 2002/give or take late 1983-mid 1984): 80% Y, 20% X 1985 (Class of 2003/give or take late 1984-mid 1985): 90% Y, 10% X
Core Millennials 1986 (Class of 2004/give or take late 1985-mid 1986): 100% Y 1987 (Class of 2005/give or take late 1986-mid 1987): 100% Y 1988 (Class of 2006/give or take late 1987-mid 1988): 100% Y 1989 (Class of 2007/give or take late 1988-mid 1989): 100% Y 1990 (Class of 2008/give or take late 1989-mid 1990): 100% Y 1991 (Class of 2009/give or take late 1990-mid 1991): 100% Y 1992 (Class of 2010/give or take late 1991-mid 1992): 100% Y 1993 (Class of 2011/give or take late 1992-mid 1993): 100% Y
Late Millennials 1994 (Class of 2012/give or take late 1993-mid 1994): 10% Z, 90% Y 1995 (Class of 2013/give or take late 1994-mid 1995): 20% Z, 80% Y 1996 (Class of 2014/give or take late 1995-mid 1996): 30% Z, 70% Y
Prime Zillennials 1997 (Class of 2015/give or take late 1996-mid 1997): 40% Z, 60% Y 1998 (Class of 2016/give or take late 1997-mid 1998): 45% Z, 55% Y 1999 (Class of 2017/give or take late 1998-mid 1999): 55% Z, 45% Y 2000 (Class of 2018/give or take late 1999-mid 2000): 60% Z, 40% Y
Early Z 2001 (Class of 2019/ give or take late 2000-mid 2001): 70% Z, 30% Y 2002 (Class of 2020/give or take late 2001-mid 2002): 80% Z, 20% Y 2003 (Class of 2021/give or take late 2002-mid 2003): 90% Z, 10% Y
Core Z 2004 (Class of 2022/give or take late 2003-mid 2004): 100% Z 2005 (Class of 2023/give or take late 2004-mid 2005): 100% Z 2006 (Class of 2024/give or take late 2005-mid 2006): 100% Z 2007 (Class of 2025/give or take late 2006-mid 2007): 100% Z 2008 (Class of 2026/give or take late 2007-mid 2008): 100% Z 2009 (Class of 2027/give or take late 2008-mid 2009): 100% Z 2010 (Class of 2028/give or take late 2009-mid 2010): 100% Z 2011 (Class of 2029/give or take late 2010-mid 2011): 100% Z
Late Z 2012 (Class of 2030/give or take late 2011-mid 2012): 90% Z, 10% A 2013 (Class of 2031/give or take late 2012-mid 2013): 80% Z, 20% A 2014 (Class of 2032/give or take late 2013-mid 2014): 70% Z, 30% A
Prime Zalphas 2015 (Class of 2033/give or take late 2014-mid 2015): 60% Z, 40% A 2016 (Class of 2034/give or take late 2015-mid 2016): 55% Z, 45% A 2017 (Class of 2035/give or take late 2016-mid 2017): 45% Z, 55% A 2018 (Class of 2036/give or take late 2017-mid 2018): 40% Z, 60% A
Early Alpha 2019 (Class of 2037/give or take late 2018-mid 2019): 30% Z, 70% A 2020 (Class of 2038/give or take late 2019-mid 2020): 20% Z, 80% A 2021 (Class of 2039/give or take late 2020-mid 2021): 10% Z, 90% A

And finally, here’s how this theory would work well with the early, core, and late model:
Soomer Spectrum 1940-1949 (Classes of 1958-1967)
Baby Boomers: 1945-1962 (Classes of 1963-1980)
Early Boomers: 1945-1949 (Classes of 1963-1967)
Core Boomers: 1950-1957 (Classes of 1968-1975)
Late Boomers: 1958-1962 (Classes of 1976-1980)
Jones Spectrum: 1958-1967 (Classes of 1976-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Generation X: 1963-1980 (Classes of 1981-1998 give or take to mid 1980)
Early X: 1963-1967 (Classes of 1981-1985 give or take to mid 1967)
Core X: 1968-1975 (Classes of 1986-1993 give or take late 1967-mid 1975)
Late X: 1976-1980 (Classes of 1994-1998 give or take late 1975-mid 1980)
Xennial Spectrum: 1976-1985 (Classes of 1994-2003 give or take late 1975-mid 1985)
Millennials: 1981-1998 (Classes of 1999-2016 give or take late 1980-mid 1998)
Early Millennials: 1981-1985 (Classes of 1999-2003 give or take late 1980-mid 1985)
Core Millennials: 1986-1993 (Classes of 2004-2011 give or take late 1985-mid 1993)
Late Millennials: 1994-1998 (Classes of 2012-2016 give or take late 1993-mid 1998)
Zillennial Spectrum: 1994-2003 (Classes of 2012-2021 give or take late 1993-mid 2003)
Generation Z: 1999-2016 (Classes of 2017-2034 give or take late 98-mid 16)
Early Z: 1999-2003 (Classes of 2017-2021 give or take late 1998-mid 2003)
Core Z: 2004-2011 (Classes of 2022-2029 give or take late 2003-mid 2011)
Late Z: 2012-2016 (Classes of 2030-2034 give or take late 2011-mid 2016)
Zalpha Spectrum: 2012-2021 (Classes of 2030-2039 give or take late 2011-mid 2021)
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2020.09.01 09:04 youngbull316 If all generations were 18-19 years

Probably goes like this, based on how S&H and others grouped the generations:

Lost: 1890-1908 (parents to members of GI's and Silents; children to Progressives and Missionaries)
Older Lost: 1890-1895 (100% Lost, the "true" group, even though they are the older group numerically, based on S&H are grouped in the middle)
Famous people: Dwight D. Eisenhower, Colonel Sanders, Babe Ruth, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, etc.
Middle Lost: 1896-1902 (the numerical "core" of the Losts, but might have the first signs of any GI traits)
Famous people: Paul Robeson, Amelia Earhart, Walt Disney, Louis Armstrong, Charles Lindberg, Emma Morano, Duke Ellington, Al Capone, etc.
Younger Lost: 1903-1908 (still mostly Lost but have significant GI traits, to the point where at times might be the majority)
Famous people: Lyndon B. Johnson, Dr. Seuss, Lou Gehrig, etc.

GI's: 1909-1927 (parents to members of Silents and Baby Boomers, rarely Generation X; children to Missionaries and Losts)
Older GI's: 1909-1914 (barely have any Lost traits remaining, almost fully GI)
Famous people: Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, Rosa Parks, Jesse Owens, Gerald Ford, Joe DiMaggio, etc.
Middle GI's: 1915-1921 (probably 100% GI and the absolute representation of the generation, still too early for any sign of Silent traits)
Famous people: John F. Kennedy, Frank Sinatra, David Rockefeller, Roald Dahl, Ella Fitzgerald, Jackie Robinson, etc.
Younger GI's: 1922-1927 (still very GI but have significant Silent traits)
Famous people: Betty White, Stan Lee, Red Foxx, Charles Schulz, Mae Young, George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Malcolm X, Dick Van Dyke, Barbara Bush, Marilyn Monroe, Hugh Hefner, Queen Elizabeth II, Andy Griffith, Jerry Stiller, William Daniels, etc.

Silents: 1928-1945 (parents to members of Baby Boomers and Generation X, rarely Millennials; children to Losts and GI's)
Older Silents: 1928-1933 (older Silents, barely have GI traits, almost fully Silent)
Famous people: Shirley Temple, Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King, Jr., Fred Rogers, Adam West, Joe Jackson, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Anne Frank, Clint Eastwood, Neil Armstrong, Regis Philbin, Johnny Cash, Gene Wilder, Joan Rivers, etc.
Middle Silents: 1934-1939 (Basically 100% Silents, but the younger group possibly have very slight Boomer traits)
Famous people: Bill Russel, Elvis Presley, Dalai Lama, Wilt Chamberlain, Bruno Sammartino, Bill Cosby, Jane Fonda, Jerry West, Pope Francis, John McCain, Morgan Freeman, George Carlin, Kenny Rogers, Ben E. King, Oscar Robertson, Marvin Gaye, John McArthur, Lee Harvey Oswald, etc.
Younger Silents: 1940-1945 (Still Silents, especilally due to being born during the war, not after it, but have strong Boomer traits)
Famous people: John Lennon, Bruce Lee, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Norris, Al Pacino, John Lewis, Bernie Sanders, Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson, Kim Jong-Il, Muhammad Ali, Joe Biden, Stephen Hawking, Paul McCartney, Aretha Franklin, Robert De Niro, Mick Jagger, Danny DeVito, Jerry Springer, Herman Cain, Vince McMahon, Bob Marley, etc.

Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 (parents to members of Generation X and Millennials, rarely Generation Z/Homelanders; children to GI's and Silents)
Older Baby Boomers: 1946-1951 (the proverbial "core" of Boomers and what most people think of when you're talking about "Baby Boomers" but nonetheless still have some Silent traits)
Famous people: Donald Trump, Dolly Parton, Freddy Mercury, Sylvester Stallone, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Cher, David Bowie, Hilary Clinton, Arnold Schwarznegger, Elton John, Samuel L. Jackson, Prince Charles, Ozzy Osbourne, Meryl Streep, Billy Joel, Lionel Richie, Ric Flair, Dr. Phil, Bill Murray, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Ben Carson, Phil Collins, Kurt Russell, etc.
Middle Baby Boomers: 1952-1958 (the actual "core" of Boomers, in-between zone for Post-War Boomers born in the late 40's-early 50's and Generation Jones born in the late 50's-early 60's, 100% Baby Boomer)
Famous people: Vladimir Putin, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Hulk Hogan, Tim Allen, Cyndi Lauper, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Chan, Denzel Washington, John Travolta, Roddy Piper, Walter Payton, Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern, Bill Gates, Kris Jenner, Steve Jobs, Bill Nye, Tom Hanks, Bryan Cranston, Bob Saget, Larry Bird, Mel Gibson, Caroline Kennedy, Bret Hart, Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey, Michael Jackson, Ellen DeGeneres, Alec Baldwin, Ice T, Madonna, Prince, Keenan Ivory Wayans, etc.
Younger Baby Boomers: 1959-1964 (the "Generation Jones" group, not as quintessential as the older Boomer group is but they are still very Boomer, though have some X traits)
Famous people: Simon Cowell, Magic Johnson, Weird Al Yankovic, Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Charlie Murphy, Dave Coulier, Mike Pence, RuPaul, Jane Lynch, Damon Wayans, Kathy Griffin, Tim Cook, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Sean Penn, John F. Kennedy Jr., Barack Obama, Princess Diana, Billy Ray Cyrus, George Clooney, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez, Ralph Macchio, Stephen Hillenburg, Michael J. Fox, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, Steve Irwin, Michael Jordan, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Whitney Houston, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow, Kevin Chamberlain, Michelle Obama, Courteney Cox, Eazy E, Keanu Reaves, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Bezos, etc.

Generation X: 1965-1983 (parents to members of Millennials and Generation Z/Homelanders, and rarely the post-Homeland generation; children to Silents and Baby Boomers)
Older Xers: 1965-1971 (the "Brat Pack" cohort that grew up in the 70's and came of age in the 80's and were the main target audience for many Gen X coming of age films during the 80's, were in the past considered to be the peak of Gen X, but now are the older group, still strongly X but might have some remaining BoomeJones traits)
Famous people: Robert Downey, Jr., The Undertaker, J.K. Rowling, Dr. Dre, William Zabka, Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Charlie Sheen, Shawn Michaels, Ben Stiller, Scottie Pippen, Mike Tyson, Adam Sandler, Gordon Ramsay, David Schwimmer, Halle Berry, Janet Jackson, Rick Astley, Vin Diesel, Matt LeBlanc, Kurt Cobain, Will Farell, Julia Roberts, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Kimmel, Mark Ruffalo, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, LaVar Ball, Will Smith, Hugh Jackman, Celine Dion, Tony Hawk, Kurt Angle, Terry Crews, Owen Wilson, LL Cool J, Tracy Morgan, Gary Coleman, Phil Lewis, Molly Ringwald, Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jay Z, Jennifer Aniston, Triple H, Paul Rudd, P Diddy, Matthew Perry, Mariah Carey, Melania Trump, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Shane McMahon, Chris Jericho, Ted Cruz, DMX, Shawn Wayans, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Elon Musk, Mark Walhberg, Winona Ryder, etc.
Middle Xers: 1972-1977 (Basically 100% X, Boomer influence is long gone and Millennial influence is not really around this group much, the actual "zeitgeist" of Gen X, grew up in the 80's and came of age in the 90's, around the time Grunge (the quintessential Gen X music genre) was most popular and before the internet broke out to new lengths with Windows 95, revolutionizing how we interact with each other)
Famous people: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Shaquille O'Neal, Sofia Vergara, Big Show, Ben Affleck, Marlon Wayans, Gabrielle Union, Paul Walker, Edge, Pharrell, Tyra Banks, Neil Patrick Harris, Seth McFarlane, Jim Parsons, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jimmy Fallon, Rey Mysterio Jr., Lil Kim, Derek Jeter, Nelly, Ryan Seacrest, Christian Bale, Boogie2988, Sia, DJ Khaled, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, 50 Cent, Fergie, will.i.am, Drew Barrymore, Tiger Woods, Tobey Maguire, Chadwick Boseman (RIP), Will Friedle, Fred Savage, Ryan Reynolds, Candace Cameron-Bure, Reese Witherspoon, Peyton Manning, Rick Ross, Chester Bennington, Blake Shelton, John Cena, Kanye West, Shakira, Tom Brady, Psy, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Brock Lesnar, Donald Trump Jr., AJ Styles, Jason Earles, Jerry Trainor, Jeff Hardy, Steve Aoki, John Green, etc.
Younger Xers: 1978-1983 (the caboose of Gen X, in-between X and Millennial with strong Millennial traits but overall still leaning toward the X side, came of age after Windows 95 during the late 90s-early 00s, when pop culture was still X-oriented but quickly shifting in favor of Millennials, but before 9/11, in which changed the atmosphere of not only America but the whole world (even though it was a US event)
Famous people: Kobe Bryant, Ashton Kutcher, James Corden, Kenan Thompson, Usher, John Legend, James Franco, Rachel McAdams, Tia Mowry, Tamera Mowry, Zoe Saldana, CM Punk, Sheamus, Anthony Mackie, Manny Pacquiao, Kel Mitchell, Charlamagne Tha God, Tyrese Gibson, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Chris Pratt, Kourtney Kardashian, Pink, Aaliyah, Cooper Barnes, Heath Ledger, John Krasinski, Flo Rida, Rider Strong, Kim Kardashian, Channing Tatum, Ben Savage, Randy Orton, Macaulay Culkin, Gucci Mane, Ryan Gosling, TI, Christina Aguilera, Jake Gyllenhaal, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, Swoozie, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Chris Evans, Pitbull, Meghan Markle, Ivanka Trump, Danielle Fishel, Alicia Keys, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Dwyane Wade, Tati Westbrook, Jodie Sweetin, Keemstar, Anne Hathaway, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Middleton, Prince William, Roman Atwood, Chris Hemsworth, Nicki Bella, Carrie Underwood, Future, Mila Kunis, Scott Disick, Brie Bella, etc.

Millennials: 1984-2002 (parents to members of Generation Z/Homelanders and the post-Homeland Generation; children to the Baby Boomers and Generation X)
Older Millennials: 1984-1990 (the rise of Millennials, came of age right after 9/11, sometime in the 2000's, got to vote for either Bush, Obama, or both, and are probably the most liberal cohort of Millennials, compared to the middle and younger Millennials that possibly have a mix of liberals and conservatives, they have strong Millennial traits so while some of them have X traits, it is kinda weak compared to the Millennial traits that they have)
Famous people: Khloe Kardashian, Eric Trump, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, Avril Lavigne, Prince Harry, Ben Shapiro, Aubrey Plaza, T-Pain, Carmelo Anthony, Mark Zuckerberg, Lauren London, Christiano Ronaldo, Jeffree Star, Bruno Mars, Ashley Tisdale, Roman Reigns, Raven-Symoné, Nipsey Hussle, J Cole, Lana Del Rey, Dean Ambrose, Anna Kendrick, Drake, Lady Gaga, Jenna Marbles, Josh Peck, Drake Bell, Robert Pattinson, Ashley Olson, Mary-Kate Olson, Seth Rollins, Megan Fox, Lindsay Lohan, Lea Michele, Usain Bolt, Shia LaBeouf, Zac Efron, Lionel Messi, Blake Lively, Shay Mitchell, Michael B. Jordan, Naya Rivera, Anthony Padilla, Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, Kevin Jonas, Shane Dawson, Rihanna, Stephen Curry, Lilly Singh, Adele, Kevin Durant, Russel Westbrook, King Bach, Vanessa Hudgens, Blac Chyna, Lizzo, Pewdiepie, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Nina Dobrev, Daniel Radcliffe, Jason Derulo, Markiplier, Joe Jonas, Elizabeth Olson, James Harden, Carlos PenaVega, Logan Henderson, Corbin Bleu, Jennifer Lawrence, The Weeknd, Ryan Higa, Iggy Azalea, Machine Gun Kelly, Margot Robbie, Cash Nasty, Soulja Boy, Catherine Paiz, Sarah Hyland, Klay Thompson, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, etc.
Middle Millennials: 1991-1996 (the zeitgeist of Millennials, basically 100% Millennial, even if there are any sort of Z traits, it's not strong within this group, came of age after the Great Recession and 2008 election but prior to Gamergate, ISIS, etc. First election was either during the Obama or Trump elections)
Famous people: Ninja, Ed Sheeran, Charlie Puth, Joey Graceffa, Amanda Cerny, Gabbie Hanna, Azzyland, Tyler the Creator, Fetty Wap, DaBaby, Quavo, Tyler Posey, Shailene Woodley, Jamie Lynn Spears, Emma Roberts, Selena Gomez, Cardi B, Cole Sprouse, Miley Cyrus, Austin McBroom, SSSniperWolf, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Travis Scott, Dylan Sprouse, Mac Miller, Taylor Lautner, Ariana Grande, KSI, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Debby Ryan, Meghan Trainor, Victoria Justice, Sofia Carson, Miranda Cosgrove, Lucas Cruikshank, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles, Lil Uzi Vert, Camila Mendes, Halsey, Caspar Lee, Madelaine Petsch, Lil Baby, Logan Paul, Kendall Jenner, Ross Lynch, Timothée Chalamet, Post Malone, Gigi Hadid, Queen Naija, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion, David Dobrik, Tom Holland, RiceGum, Lele Pons, Zendaya, Liza Koshy, Dove Cameron, Alissa Violet, 6IX9INE, Lili Reinhart, Noah Centineo, etc.
Younger Millennials: 1997-2002 (the caboose of Millennials, in-between Millennial and Gen Z/Homelander, having strong Gen Z traits, but still overall leaning toward the Millennial side of things, came of age before and during Covid-19, born around the new millenium and 9/11, during the Clinton and Bush administrations, first elections will all be while Trump is running for president, were kids and preteens during the recession and adolescents during the Obama administration, and born before the establishment of Homeland security, which is one of the reasons why they are all Millenials)
Famous people: Kylie Jenner, Jake Paul, Lonzo Ball, Camila Cabello, Nash Grier, Bella Thorne, KJ Apa, Becky G, Jacob Elordi, DDG, Infinite, Kodak Black, Lil Yachty, Olivia Holt, Kira Kosarin, Simone Biles, Blueface, Shawn Mendez, XXXTentacion, Brent Rivera, Tana Mongeau, Juice WRLD, Peyton List, Mr Beast, Jaden Smith, Tfue, Liangelo Ball, China Anne McClain, Peyton Meyer, Bradley Steven Perry, Khalid, James Charles, Madison Beer, Karan Brar, Grayson Dolan, Ethan Dolan, Sabrina Carpenter, Cameron Boyce, NBA Youngboy, Lil Nas X, Joey King, Addison Rae, Baby Ariel, Lil Pump, Jace Norman, Woah Vicky, Joshua Bassett, Kiera Bridget, Noah Cyrus, Willow Smith, Haley Pham, Meg Donnelly, Griffin Gluck, Dixie D'Amelio, Billie Eilish, Noah Beck, Emma Chamberlain, Morgz, Chloe Lukasiak, Nia Sioux, Rowan Blanchard, Isabela Merced, Hannah Meloche, Caleb McLaughlin, Lamelo Ball, Jacob Sartorious, Chase Hudson, Loren Gray, Maddie Ziegler, Asher Angel, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Skai Jackson, Jenna Ortega, Malu Travejo, NLE CHOPPA, Lil Tecca, etc.

Generation Z/Homelanders: 2003-2021 (parents to members of the post-Homeland Generation and onward; children to Generation X and Millennials)
Older Homelanders: 2003-2008 (the rise of the Homelanders, are probably 100% Gen Z because they have very strong Gen Z traits but possibly still have some lingering Millennial traits, especially those in the very beginning; came of age during or after the Covid-19 pandemic, born during the Bush administration and after the establishment of Homeland security, which is the main reason for them being Homelanders, the oldest in K-12, being in middle and high school during the new CDC laws this new school year, and will not be able to vote until there is a brand new president in office come 2024 at the earliest)
Famous people: Jojo Siwa, Cash Baker, Matty B, Johnny Orlando, Sophia Grace Brownlee, Aidan Gallagher, Lizzy Greene, Olivia Rodrigo, Charli D'Amelio, Annie LeBlanc, Mackenzie Ziegler, Millie Bobby Brown, Noah Schnapp, Lauren Orlando, Grace VanderWaal, Ellie Zeiler, Lebron James Jr., Sky Katz, Casey Simpson, Francesca Capaldi, Sofia Wylie, Addison Riecke, Mace Coronel, EvanTubeHD, Honey Boo Boo, Ella Anderson, Isaac Ryan Brown, Gianna Bryant, Rosie McClelland, Ruby Rube, Barron Trump, McKenna Grace, Ava Kolker, Adelia Rose, Mason Ramsey, Trinitee Stokes, Ariana Greenblatt, August Maturo, Elias Harger, Malachi Barton, Jason Maybaum, Hayley LeBlanc, Mia Talerico, JillianTubeHD, etc.
Middle Homelanders: 2009-2014 (100% Homelander, the zeitgeist of the generation, too early to possess any new generation traits; born during the Obama administration, being the youngest group in K-12 during the coronavirus pandemic outbreak last school year, so they are the last to truly, vividly remember life before it but grow up mainly after it and will probably all start high school long after this is all over, some of the last to actually remember life before the 2016 election)
Famous people: Gavin Thomas, Christiano Ronaldo Jr., Riley Curry, Blue Ivy Carter, North West, etc.
Younger Homelanders: 2015-2021 (the caboose of Homelanders who are in-between Z and the next generation, having strong traits of the next generation while still primarily being apart of Gen Z; don't remember life before President Trump, and barely know life before the coronavirus, especially since none of them were yet in kindergarten preceding it, largely born during the tail end of the Obama and Trump administration)
Famous people: TBD (Too young to analyze)
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2020.08.27 03:42 Anothergen Which World XI would Jimmy fit into, while taking into account aggregate

When I posted this thread yesterday, I suspected the main concern would be to do with sample sizes, leading to some players with short careers appearing high on the lists. The main concern generated through such is sample size, which reducing overall certainty in the results.
Of the results, the most controversial were around the bowlers as they were picked, below is the top 50 for your consideration:
Rank Player Matches Wickets Average WPM Era Adjust Rating
1 SF Barnes (ENG) 27 189 16.43 7.000 26.54 18.58 0.6139
2 Sir RJ Hadlee (NZ) 86 431 22.30 5.012 32.17 20.79 0.4910
3 MD Marshall (WI) 81 376 20.95 4.642 32.25 19.49 0.4881
4 PJ Cummins (AUS) 30 143 21.83 4.767 32.11 20.39 0.4835
5 GD McGrath (AUS) 124 563 21.64 4.540 33.10 19.62 0.4811
6 DW Steyn (SA) 93 439 22.95 4.720 33.56 20.52 0.4796
7 DK Lillee (AUS) 70 355 23.92 5.071 31.86 22.53 0.4745
8 J Garner (WI) 58 259 20.98 4.466 31.54 19.95 0.4731
9 Mohammad Asif (PAK) 23 106 24.37 4.609 35.17 20.78 0.4709
10 AA Donald (SA) 72 330 22.25 4.583 31.92 20.92 0.4681
11 FS Trueman (ENG) 67 307 21.58 4.582 30.91 20.95 0.4677
12 CEL Ambrose (WI) 98 405 20.99 4.133 31.85 19.77 0.4572
13 K Rabada (SA) 43 197 22.96 4.581 31.21 22.07 0.4556
14 AK Davidson (AUS) 44 186 20.53 4.227 30.17 20.42 0.4550
15 RJ Harris (AUS) 27 113 23.52 4.185 33.95 20.79 0.4487
16 CEH Croft (WI) 27 125 23.30 4.630 29.93 23.36 0.4452
17 Waqar Younis (PAK) 87 373 23.56 4.287 32.54 21.72 0.4443
18 AV Bedser (ENG) 51 236 24.90 4.627 31.76 23.52 0.4436
19 Imran Khan (PAK) 88 362 22.81 4.114 32.23 21.23 0.4401
20 SR Clark (AUS) 24 94 23.86 3.917 35.33 20.26 0.4397
21 NAT Adcock (SA) 26 104 21.11 4.000 30.05 21.07 0.4357
22 BA Reid (AUS) 27 113 24.64 4.185 32.93 22.45 0.4318
23 SM Pollock (SA) 108 421 23.12 3.898 33.09 20.96 0.4313
24 MA Holding (WI) 60 249 23.69 4.150 31.68 22.43 0.4301
25 PM Pollock (SA) 28 116 24.19 4.143 32.33 22.44 0.4296
26 Wasim Akram (PAK) 104 414 23.62 3.981 32.20 22.00 0.4253
27 Mohammad Abbas (PAK) 21 80 21.70 3.810 30.04 21.67 0.4192
28 AME Roberts (WI) 47 202 25.61 4.298 31.16 24.66 0.4175
29 MG Johnson (AUS) 73 313 28.41 4.288 34.45 24.74 0.4163
30 CA Walsh (WI) 132 519 24.45 3.932 32.17 22.80 0.4153
31 N Wagner (NZ) 48 206 26.60 4.292 32.06 24.90 0.4152
32 MA Starc (AUS) 57 244 26.98 4.281 32.09 25.22 0.4120
33 JA Snow (ENG) 49 202 26.67 4.122 32.64 24.51 0.4101
34 VD Philander (SA) 64 224 22.32 3.500 32.17 20.82 0.4100
35 Shoaib Akhtar (PAK) 46 178 25.70 3.870 33.24 23.19 0.4085
36 TM Alderman (AUS) 41 170 27.15 4.146 32.57 25.01 0.4072
37 IR Bishop (WI) 43 161 24.28 3.744 32.09 22.70 0.4062
38 RR Lindwall (AUS) 61 228 23.03 3.738 30.36 22.75 0.4053
39 Fazal Mahmood (PAK) 34 139 24.71 4.088 29.71 24.95 0.4048
40 JM Anderson (ENG) 156 600 26.80 3.846 33.62 23.91 0.4011
41 WW Hall (WI) 48 192 26.39 4.000 31.62 25.04 0.3997
42 MHN Walker (AUS) 34 138 27.48 4.059 32.42 25.43 0.3995
43 JL Pattinson (AUS) 21 81 26.33 3.857 32.03 24.67 0.3955
44 JR Hazlewood (AUS) 51 195 26.20 3.824 31.83 24.69 0.3935
45 TA Boult (NZ) 67 267 27.66 3.985 32.09 25.86 0.3926
46 MG Hughes (AUS) 53 212 28.38 4.000 32.80 25.96 0.3925
47 CJ McDermott (AUS) 71 291 28.63 4.099 32.22 26.66 0.3921
48 JN Gillespie (AUS) 71 259 26.14 3.648 33.01 23.75 0.3919
49 DW Fleming (AUS) 20 75 25.89 3.750 31.48 24.68 0.3898
50 RGD Willis (ENG) 90 325 25.20 3.611 31.79 23.78 0.3897
Now, these concerns are valid, but because bowling averages have uncertainty that tends with the square root of wickets taken, these uncertainties get small fairly quickly. That said, as pointed out, comparing someone like McGrath, with 563 wickets, to someone like Cummins with 143 does run that concern.
Now, there are a number of ways to take into account this issue with uncertainty. One such method is to use bayesian inference. To do this, we need a prior distribution, which in this instance is the average distribution of bowlers playing test cricket. We need both a mean and a standard deviation for the two metrics used, these being bowling average and wickets per match. To find this, the same analysis was applied to set of all bowlers with at least 20 tests being one of the first four bowlers to bowl in an innings. This took into account the same era effects as before:
What Average WPM
Mean 29.80 3.083
Stdev 7.11 1.001
To make use of this, we need to make a few assumptions:
  1. All bowlers in the set have sufficiently large samples that the likelihood function for their averages behaves as a normal distribution.
  2. The samples for bowlers is large enough that wicket taking behaves as an exponential distribution, hence the standard deviation of the distribution of 'runs per wicket' is approximately the same as the average.
  3. The standard deviation for wickets per match is approximately 0.60 times the wickets per match value.
2 and 3 can be shown to be approximately true in general from surveys of player data (varies by about 10% player to player), while 1 is generally true just from the sample size used. The impact of breaking these assumptions is basically making the next step order of magnitude fiddlier, but doesn't impact the results to any great extent. The method that'll we'll be using is the standard for determining a posterior distribution's average for two normal distributions, breaking the assumptions makes it messier as we can't use that calculation anymore. The calculation itself is annoying to format on reddit, so I'll just post it as an image here. Here, mu represents the averages of the posterior (denoted such) and prior (denoted with a 0) as well as the average from the likelihood function (x-bar) and their respective standard deviations (sigma and sigma 0).
In any case, armed with this, we can use the players averages and the expected distributions of players to determine an average that we, in effect, have the evidence to claim. That is, the way to think about the numbers produced are to see them not as their actual averages, but rather, a value that we can confidently claim with the evidence given. If you've ever wanted to quantify that thought of "well, if a guy has 500 wickets at 25.00, and another has 100 wickets at 24.00, I'd go with the guy with 500 still", this is basically the formal way of doing that. Here, we'll be using
In any case, below is the new top 50, using those adjusted values. I've included the old rating for comparison sake. As would be expected, it has had a large impact on the likes of Cummins and Asif.
Rank Player Matches Wickets B-WPM B-Adj Old Rat B-Rat
1 SF Barnes (ENG) 27 189 5.455 18.97 0.6139 0.5363
2 Sir RJ Hadlee (NZ) 86 431 4.829 20.97 0.4910 0.4799
3 MD Marshall (WI) 81 376 4.506 19.69 0.4881 0.4784
4 GD McGrath (AUS) 124 563 4.458 19.75 0.4811 0.4751
5 DW Steyn (SA) 93 439 4.591 20.69 0.4796 0.4710
6 J Garner (WI) 58 259 4.314 20.24 0.4731 0.4616
7 DK Lillee (AUS) 70 355 4.840 22.73 0.4745 0.4615
8 PJ Cummins (AUS) 30 143 4.407 20.90 0.4835 0.4591
9 AA Donald (SA) 72 330 4.441 21.14 0.4681 0.4583
10 FS Trueman (ENG) 67 307 4.430 21.19 0.4677 0.4573
11 CEL Ambrose (WI) 98 405 4.071 19.96 0.4572 0.4517
12 Mohammad Asif (PAK) 23 106 4.229 21.46 0.4709 0.4439
13 AK Davidson (AUS) 44 186 4.082 20.82 0.4550 0.4428
14 K Rabada (SA) 43 197 4.358 22.43 0.4556 0.4408
15 Waqar Younis (PAK) 87 373 4.202 21.92 0.4443 0.4378
16 Imran Khan (PAK) 88 362 4.047 21.44 0.4401 0.4345
17 AV Bedser (ENG) 51 236 4.425 23.80 0.4436 0.4312
18 RJ Harris (AUS) 27 113 3.977 21.42 0.4487 0.4309
19 SM Pollock (SA) 108 421 3.859 21.14 0.4313 0.4273
20 CEH Croft (WI) 27 125 4.287 23.87 0.4452 0.4237
21 SR Clark (AUS) 24 94 3.761 21.02 0.4397 0.4230
22 MA Holding (WI) 60 249 4.050 22.71 0.4301 0.4223
23 Wasim Akram (PAK) 104 414 3.934 22.18 0.4253 0.4212
24 NAT Adcock (SA) 26 104 3.834 21.75 0.4357 0.4199
25 BA Reid (AUS) 27 113 3.977 23.04 0.4318 0.4154
26 PM Pollock (SA) 28 116 3.952 23.02 0.4296 0.4143
27 CA Walsh (WI) 132 519 3.898 22.93 0.4153 0.4123
28 MG Johnson (AUS) 73 313 4.188 24.93 0.4163 0.4099
29 AME Roberts (WI) 47 202 4.148 24.95 0.4175 0.4077
30 N Wagner (NZ) 48 206 4.145 25.17 0.4152 0.4058
31 VD Philander (SA) 64 224 3.473 21.15 0.4100 0.4052
32 MA Starc (AUS) 57 244 4.157 25.45 0.4120 0.4042
33 Mohammad Abbas (PAK) 21 80 3.665 22.52 0.4192 0.4034
34 JA Snow (ENG) 49 202 4.007 24.81 0.4101 0.4019
35 Shoaib Akhtar (PAK) 46 178 3.787 23.56 0.4085 0.4009
36 RR Lindwall (AUS) 61 228 3.688 23.06 0.4053 0.3999
37 JM Anderson (ENG) 156 600 3.821 24.02 0.4011 0.3989
38 IR Bishop (WI) 43 161 3.675 23.12 0.4062 0.3987
39 TM Alderman (AUS) 41 170 4.007 25.33 0.4072 0.3977
40 Fazal Mahmood (PAK) 34 139 3.937 25.34 0.4048 0.3942
41 WW Hall (WI) 48 192 3.902 25.33 0.3997 0.3925
42 MHN Walker (AUS) 34 138 3.914 25.80 0.3995 0.3895
43 JN Gillespie (AUS) 71 259 3.612 24.00 0.3919 0.3879
44 TA Boult (NZ) 67 267 3.914 26.04 0.3926 0.3877
45 JR Hazlewood (AUS) 51 195 3.754 24.99 0.3935 0.3876
46 CJ McDermott (AUS) 71 291 4.019 26.80 0.3921 0.3872
47 RGD Willis (ENG) 90 325 3.585 23.98 0.3897 0.3867
48 MG Hughes (AUS) 53 212 3.910 26.19 0.3925 0.3864
49 M Ntini (SA) 101 390 3.822 25.81 0.3878 0.3848
50 JL Pattinson (AUS) 21 81 3.700 25.33 0.3955 0.3822
Jimmy moves to the 12th XI!
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2020.05.25 12:09 autobuzzfeedbot 18 Times Celebrities Genuinely Caught Me Off Guard With How Different They Look IRL

  1. Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen in Twilight.
  2. Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones.
  3. Tilda Swinton as Dianna in Trainwreck.
  4. Dascha Polanco as Dayanara "Daya" Diaz in Orange Is the New Black.
  5. Charlize Theron as Megyn Kelly Reacts in Bombshell.
  6. Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute in The Office.
  7. America Ferrera as Betty Suarez in Ugly Betty.
  8. Siobhán McSweeney as Sister Michael in Derry Girls.
  9. Paloma Faith as Andrea in St Trinian's.
  10. Cillian Murphy as Thomas Shelby in Peaky Blinders.
  11. Ruth Jones as Vanessa "Nessa" Jenkins in Gavin & Stacey.
  12. Donald Glover as Troy Barnes in Community.
  13. Megan Mullally as Karen Walker in Will & Grace.
  14. Phyllis Logan as Mrs Hughes in Downton Abbey.
  15. Lizzie Caplan as Janis Ian in Mean Girls.
  16. Nicole Kidman as Virginia Woolf in The Hours.
  17. Bryan Cranston as Walter White in Breaking Bad.
  18. Emilia Clarke as Daenerys "Khaleesi" Targaryen in Game of Thrones.
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2019.11.04 21:03 otteobonafets My (Extensive) Batman (2021) Fancast

Batman - Robert Pattinson
Alfred Pennyworth - Hugh Laurie
James Gordon - Bryan Cranston
Lucius Fox - Jeffrey Wright
Harvey Bullock - Adam Sandler
Leslie Thompkins - Sigourney Weaver
Robin - Jacob Tremblay
Batgirl - Sadie Sink
Catwoman - Ana De Armas
Joker - Caleb Landry Jones
Harley Quinn - Margot Robbie
Penguin - Iwan Rheon
Bane - Hafthor Bjornsson
Deathstroke - Ben Barnes
Man-Bat - Sharlto Copley
Mr. Freeze - Michael C. Hall
Ra’s Al Ghul - Naveen Andrews
Talia Al Ghul - Sofia Boutella
Firefly - Aaron Paul
Clayface - Andy Serkis
Riddler - Paul Dano
Two Face - Zachary Quinto
Scarecrow - Timothee Chalamet
Hugo Strange - B.D. Wong
Ventriloquist - John Cusack
Sal Maroni - Christopher Meloni
Carmine Falcone - Ray Winstone
Poison Ivy - Evan Rachel Wood
Black Mask - Ewan McGregor
Hush - Shia LeBeof
Phantasm - Tessa Thompson
Toyman - Richard Jenkins
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2017.09.05 21:13 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? Sept 5-10th

CONTENT COURTESY OF COLUMBIA CVB
 
ON STAGE
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
 
GALLERY
 
 
SPORTS
 
 
LIVE MUSIC
 
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
 
MOVIE GUIDE
ALL SAINTS - A pastor (John Corbett) is sent to a small town with orders to close its church so the land can be sold to developers. But when refugees from Myanmar begin arriving in the community, he decides to try farming the land in order to provide for his congregation and save the church.
ANNABELLE: CREATION - A group of orphaned girls are taken in by a doll maker (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife (Miranda Otto), who are still grieving the death of their daughter. However, they are soon terrorized by a haunted doll that's lurking within the couple's house.
DETROIT - Director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) and screenwriter Mark Boal reteam for this docudrama about the Detroit race riots of July 1967, which engulfed the city for five days after the public were outraged by the brutality of a police raid on an unlicensed bar. The film eventually zeros in on one particular incident at the Algiers Motel, where a group of black men and white women were terrorized (and some killed) by police officers.
DUNKIRK - Miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, Britain and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 27- June 04, 1940, during Battle of France in World War II.
THE EMOJI MOVIE - This animated comedy takes place in Textopolis, a world inside a smartphone that's inhabited by various emojis. There, an emoji named Gene (voiced by T.J. Miller) is ashamed that he has multiple facial expressions while his colleagues only have one each, and he embarks on a quest across various apps to be like everyone else.
GIRLS TRIP - When four lifelong friends—Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish— travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled and wild sides are rediscovered.
THE GLASS CASTLE - A young woman (Brie Larson) reflects on her unconventional upbringing at the hands of her artsy, nonconformist parents (Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts), which sometimes resulted in the family living in poverty. Now married to a man who works in finance (Max Greenfield) in New York, she faces criticism from her parents that she's betrayed their values. Based on the memoir of the same name by Jeannette Walls.
GOOD TIME - Constantine (Robert Pattinson) loves and believes in his younger brother Nick (Benny Safdie). One day, the siblings attempt to rob a bank, but during the escape, Nick is caught by the police and detained at Rikers Island. Constantine worries that Nick, who is intellectually disabled, won't survive in jail. A pulse-pounding thriller from brothers Josh and Benny Safdie (Heaven Knows What), Good Time follows Constantine over the next day as he desperately tries to secure bail money. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barkhad Abdi and newcomer Taliah Webster co-star.
THE HITMAN’S BODYGUARD - A bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) must protect a hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) who's about to testify against a dictator (Gary Oldman).
HOME AGAIN - A recently separated woman (Reese Witherspoon) moves to Los Angeles with her two daughters, where she rents out her guesthouse to three much younger men (Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, and Jon Rudnitsky) -- one of whom she soon begins dating. Her new life gets even more complicated when her estranged husband (Michael Sheen) reenters the picture.
IT - In a small town in 1989 Maine, seven bullied kids known as the "Losers' Club" discover that a malevolent force is preying on the local children. When they realize that the town's adults can't protect them, they band together to destroy the monster, a killer clown called Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård).
KIDNAP - When her six-year-old son (Sage Correa) is abducted from a carnival by a stranger, a desperate mother (Halle Berry) decides to take matters into her own hands rather than wait for law enforcement to help her. Her relentless pursuit eventually leads her to uncover a larger kidnapping ring.
LEAP! - In 19th century France, a young orphan named Félicie (voice of Elle Fanning) dreams of becoming a ballerina. She and her best friend Victor (voice of Dane DeHaan) soon run away to Paris, where she enrolls in a prestigious dance school and competes for a chance to be a prima ballerina.
LOGAN LUCKY - Two down-on-their-luck brothers (Channing Tatum and Adam Driver), fed up by their dismal economic prospects, plot an elaborate heist at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. When their plan calls for an explosives expert, they attempt to recruit an eccentric convict named Joe Bang (Daniel Craig) -- but securing his help will require breaking him out of prison.
THE NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE -The evil mayor of Oakton has decided to bulldoze Liberty Park and build a dangerous amusement park in its place. Surly and his ragtag group of animal friends band together to save their home, defeat the mayor, and take back the park.
STEP -Blessin, Tayla, and Cori were only 12 when they first met, all newly enrolled at a Baltimore charter school. That first year, they formed a dance team, channeling their enthusiasm, frustrations, hopes, and fears into the precise rhythmic dance form known as “step.” That same year, Amanda Lipitz showed up with her camera, hoping to tell their stories. Six years later, they are seniors, each still working to attend college but also wrestling with real life along the way. And, though their step team has matured into a powerhouse, they’ve never won the prestigious Bowie State competition. Step (a True/False 2017 selection) is a joyous film, full of moments that will make you grin, make you cry, and 100 percent make you want to dance.
WIND RIVER - A U.S. Fish & Wildlife agent (Jeremy Renner) encounters a dead body on the Wind River Indian Reservation. The FBI sends in an agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to investigate. Startled by the harshness of the environment, she decides to hire the agent as a tracker, and together, they attempt to sort out what happened. Following Sicario and Hell Or High Water, Wind River is the third and final chapter in writer-director Taylor Sheridan's trilogy about life on the contemporary Western frontier. Wind River features an original score from Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
WORK - Set in upstate New York during the economic bust of the late 1980s, Work follows Jenny (Cynthia Kaplan) as she hunts for a job. Jenny is frustrated by her conventional husband and she escapes into a love affair with a young neighbor, June (Sonja Sohn). But June is leaving the dead-end town for college at the soonest opportunity. As that day approaches Jenny struggles against her fear of losing not just the brightest hours of her day, but her nascent sense that she can build a life that matters. Recognized as part of the New Queer Cinema, Work premiered at New Directors/New Films in 1996 and screened in dozens of film festivals, museums and theaters around the world. It is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Writer-director Rachel Reichman, a Missouri native, has overseen the creation of a new DCP, which Ragtag is thrilled to present.
 
CHECK EACH THEATRE FOR SHOWTIMES
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 573-817-0770
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
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2017.08.29 22:00 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? August 29th - September 3rd

CONTENT COURTESY OF COLUMBIA CVB
 
ON STAGE
maplewoodbarn.com
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
 
GALLERY
 
 
SPORTS
 
 
LIVE MUSIC
 
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
 
MOVIE GUIDE
ALL SAINTS - A pastor (John Corbett) is sent to a small town with orders to close its church so the land can be sold to developers. But when refugees from Myanmar begin arriving in the community, he decides to try farming the land in order to provide for his congregation and save the church.
ANNABELLE: CREATION - A group of orphaned girls are taken in by a doll maker (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife (Miranda Otto), who are still grieving the death of their daughter. However, they are soon terrorized by a haunted doll that's lurking within the couple's house.
THE BIG SICK - A Pakistani-American standup comedian (Kumail Nanjiani) falls for an American woman (Zoe Kazan), despite the fact that his family wants him to consent to an arranged marriage with someone from his own culture.
THE DARK TOWER - In this adaptation of Stephen King's series of novels, a gunslinger (Idris Elba) and a mysterious villain known as the Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey) search for a magical tower.
DETROIT - Director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) and screenwriter Mark Boal reteam for this docudrama about the Detroit race riots of July 1967, which engulfed the city for five days after the public were outraged by the brutality of a police raid on an unlicensed bar. The film eventually zeros in on one particular incident at the Algiers Motel, where a group of black men and white women were terrorized (and some killed) by police officers.
DUNKIRK - Miraculous evacuation of Allied soldiers from Belgium, Britain and France, who were cut off and surrounded by the German army from the beaches and harbor of Dunkirk, France, between May 27- June 04, 1940, during Battle of France in World War II.
THE EMOJI MOVIE - This animated comedy takes place in Textopolis, a world inside a smartphone that's inhabited by various emojis. There, an emoji named Gene (voiced by T.J. Miller) is ashamed that he has multiple facial expressions while his colleagues only have one each, and he embarks on a quest across various apps to be like everyone else.
GIRLS TRIP - When four lifelong friends—Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish— travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled and wild sides are rediscovered.
THE GLASS CASTLE - A young woman (Brie Larson) reflects on her unconventional upbringing at the hands of her artsy, nonconformist parents (Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts), which sometimes resulted in the family living in poverty. Now married to a man who works in finance (Max Greenfield) in New York, she faces criticism from her parents that she's betrayed their values. Based on the memoir of the same name by Jeannette Walls.
GOOD TIME - Constantine (Robert Pattinson) loves and believes in his younger brother Nick (Benny Safdie). One day, the siblings attempt to rob a bank, but during the escape, Nick is caught by the police and detained at Rikers Island. Constantine worries that Nick, who is intellectually disabled, won't survive in jail. A pulse-pounding thriller from brothers Josh and Benny Safdie (Heaven Knows What), Good Time follows Constantine over the next day as he desperately tries to secure bail money. Jennifer Jason Leigh, Barkhad Abdi and newcomer Taliah Webster co-star.
THE HITMAN’S BODYGUARD - A bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) must protect a hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) who's about to testify against a dictator (Gary Oldman).
KIDNAP - When her six-year-old son (Sage Correa) is abducted from a carnival by a stranger, a desperate mother (Halle Berry) decides to take matters into her own hands rather than wait for law enforcement to help her. Her relentless pursuit eventually leads her to uncover a larger kidnapping ring.
LEAP! - In 19th century France, a young orphan named Félicie (voice of Elle Fanning) dreams of becoming a ballerina. She and her best friend Victor (voice of Dane DeHaan) soon run away to Paris, where she enrolls in a prestigious dance school and competes for a chance to be a prima ballerina.
LOGAN LUCKY - Two down-on-their-luck brothers (Channing Tatum and Adam Driver), fed up by their dismal economic prospects, plot an elaborate heist at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. When their plan calls for an explosives expert, they attempt to recruit an eccentric convict named Joe Bang (Daniel Craig) -- but securing his help will require breaking him out of prison.
THE NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE -The evil mayor of Oakton has decided to bulldoze Liberty Park and build a dangerous amusement park in its place. Surly and his ragtag group of animal friends band together to save their home, defeat the mayor, and take back the park.
STEP -Blessin, Tayla, and Cori were only 12 when they first met, all newly enrolled at a Baltimore charter school. That first year, they formed a dance team, channeling their enthusiasm, frustrations, hopes, and fears into the precise rhythmic dance form known as “step.” That same year, Amanda Lipitz showed up with her camera, hoping to tell their stories. Six years later, they are seniors, each still working to attend college but also wrestling with real life along the way. And, though their step team has matured into a powerhouse, they’ve never won the prestigious Bowie State competition. Step (a True/False 2017 selection) is a joyous film, full of moments that will make you grin, make you cry, and 100 percent make you want to dance.
WIND RIVER - A U.S. Fish & Wildlife agent (Jeremy Renner) encounters a dead body on the Wind River Indian Reservation. The FBI sends in an agent (Elizabeth Olsen) to investigate. Startled by the harshness of the environment, she decides to hire the agent as a tracker, and together, they attempt to sort out what happened. Following Sicario and Hell Or High Water, Wind River is the third and final chapter in writer-director Taylor Sheridan's trilogy about life on the contemporary Western frontier. Wind River features an original score from Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.
WORK - Set in upstate New York during the economic bust of the late 1980s, Work follows Jenny (Cynthia Kaplan) as she hunts for a job. Jenny is frustrated by her conventional husband and she escapes into a love affair with a young neighbor, June (Sonja Sohn). But June is leaving the dead-end town for college at the soonest opportunity. As that day approaches Jenny struggles against her fear of losing not just the brightest hours of her day, but her nascent sense that she can build a life that matters. Recognized as part of the New Queer Cinema, Work premiered at New Directors/New Films in 1996 and screened in dozens of film festivals, museums and theaters around the world. It is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Writer-director Rachel Reichman, a Missouri native, has overseen the creation of a new DCP, which Ragtag is thrilled to present.
 
CHECK EACH THEATRE FOR SHOWTIMES
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 573-817-0770
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
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2017.05.02 18:59 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? May 2-7

CONTENT COURTESY OF COLUMBIA CVB
 
ON STAGE
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
 
GALLERY
 
 
SPORTS
 
 
LIVE MUSIC
 
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
 
MOVIE GUIDE
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Bill Condon (Dreamgirls) directed this live-action retelling of the Disney animated classic from 1991. As before, this fairy tale centers on a young woman named Belle (Emma Watson), who is forced to live in an enchanted castle with a prince who is cursed to look like a hideous Beast (Dan Stevens). In time, the pair fall in love as Belle learns to see the good man hiding behind the Beast's monstrous exterior.
BORN IN CHINA - This documentary from Disneynature follows three animal species in the wilds of China: A snow leopard tries to protect her two cubs from predators, a golden snub-nosed monkey squabbles with his family, and a panda mother cares for her child.
THE BOSS BABY - The Boss Baby is a hilariously universal story about how a new baby's arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative 7 year old named Tim.
THE CIRCLE - As Mae rises through the ranks of the world’s largest tech & social media company, she is encouraged by the company’s founder to engage in a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics and ultimately her personal freedom.
COLOSSAL - Anne Hathaway stars as Gloria, an unemployed New York City resident who, out of desperation, relocates to her hometown. She quickly lands a job with an old classmate (Jason Sudeikis). Each night, she drinks herself to sleep, and each morning, she wakes up to the same terrible news story: a giant, monstrous creature is wreaking havoc in Seoul, South Korea. Gloria soon makes a startling discovery about the monster. And that's just the start of this riveting, shapeshifting film.
THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS - In the eighth installment of the Fast and the Furious series, Dominic Toretto's crew are rocked to their core when they must face their most dangerous adversary yet: Dom himself (Vin Diesel), who is now working with a shadowy cyber-terrorist known only as Cipher (Charlize Theron). As DSS agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and the rest of the team attempt to fight back, they find themselves in an alliance with their old enemy, assassin Deckard Shaw.
FREE FIRE - Brie Larson, Armie Hammer and Cillian Murphy star in this taut, wildly entertaining chamber piece. Set in Boston during the 1970s, the film unfolds in an abandoned warehouse, where a mysterious businesswoman (Larson) and her wise-cracking associate (Hammer) have arranged a black-market weapons deal between an IRA arms buyer (Murphy) and a South African gun runner (Sharlto Copley). Suffice to say things don't go as planned.
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: VOL 2 - Peter Quill and his fellow Guardians are hired by a powerful alien race, the Sovereign, to protect their precious batteries from invaders. When it is discovered that Rocket has stolen the items they were sent to guard, the Sovereign dispatch their armada to search for vengeance. As the Guardians try to escape, the mystery of Peter's parentage is revealed.
KONG: SKULL ISLAND - A secret government organization mounts an expedition to Skull Island, an uncharted territory in the Pacific. Led by an explorer (John Goodman) and a lieutenant colonel (Samuel L. Jackson), the group recruit a disillusioned soldier (Tom Hiddleston) and a photojournalist (Brie Larson) to investigate the island's peculiar seismic activity. But once there, they discover that Skull Island is home to a gigantic ape called King Kong, and find themselves caught up in an ongoing war between the beast and the area's indigenous predators.
THE LOST CITY OF Z - A journey into the Amazon results in a stunning discovery and a mysterious disappearance in The Lost City of Z, an epic about real-life explorer Percy Fawcett. At the dawn of the 20th century, Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) encountered evidence of a previously unknown civilization. His bigoted scientific peers dismiss the claims, but alongside his wife (Sienna Miller), son (Tom Holland) and aide-de-camp (Robert Pattinson), Fawcett returns to investigate.
PHOENIX FORGOTTEN - A young woman investigates the disappearance of her brother and his two companions in the Arizona desert. Her quest for answers leads her down a strange path that suggests the “Phoenix Lights” are somehow directly related to her missing sibling.
THE PROMISE - When Michael, a brilliant medical student, meets Ana, their shared Armenian heritage sparks an attraction that explodes into a romantic rivalry between Michael and Ana’s boyfriend Chris, a photojournalist dedicated to exposing political truth.
RISK - You might remember Laura Poitras as the artist/journalist who broke the Edward Snowden-NSA story, first in a series of Pulitzer Prize-winning articles and then in an Oscar-winning film called Citizenfour. When Snowden contacted Poitras about blowing the whistle, she was already several years into another top secret documentary: a film intimately following Julian Assange, Sarah Harrison and the rest of the scrappy team at WikiLeaks. Shot over six years, Risk is startlingly up-close and bracingly candid as it studies Assange, his colleagues and Poitras' shifting relationship with the controversial organization.
UNFORGETTABLE - In this woman-centric thriller, a jilted ex-wife (Katherine Heigl) makes life hell for her former husband's new bride (Rosario Dawson) and tries to manipulate her behavior to ultimately come out of top.
 
CHECK EACH THEATRE FOR SHOWTIMES
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 573-817-0770
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
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2017.04.27 20:17 MsBluffy What's Going on in Columbia? April 27-30

CONTENT COURTESY OF COLUMBIA CVB
 
ON STAGE
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
 
GALLERY
 
 
SPORTS
 
 
LIVE MUSIC
 
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
 
MOVIE GUIDE
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Bill Condon (Dreamgirls) directed this live-action retelling of the Disney animated classic from 1991. As before, this fairy tale centers on a young woman named Belle (Emma Watson), who is forced to live in an enchanted castle with a prince who is cursed to look like a hideous Beast (Dan Stevens). In time, the pair fall in love as Belle learns to see the good man hiding behind the Beast's monstrous exterior.
BORN IN CHINA - This documentary from Disneynature follows three animal species in the wilds of China: A snow leopard tries to protect her two cubs from predators, a golden snub-nosed monkey squabbles with his family, and a panda mother cares for her child.
THE BOSS BABY - The Boss Baby is a hilariously universal story about how a new baby's arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative 7 year old named Tim.
THE CIRCLE - As Mae rises through the ranks of the world’s largest tech & social media company, she is encouraged by the company’s founder to engage in a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics and ultimately her personal freedom.
COLOSSAL - Anne Hathaway stars as Gloria, an unemployed New York City resident who, out of desperation, relocates to her hometown. She quickly lands a job with an old classmate (Jason Sudeikis). Each night, she drinks herself to sleep, and each morning, she wakes up to the same terrible news story: a giant, monstrous creature is wreaking havoc in Seoul, South Korea. Gloria soon makes a startling discovery about the monster. And that's just the start of this riveting, shapeshifting film.
THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS - In the eighth installment of the Fast and the Furious series, Dominic Toretto's crew are rocked to their core when they must face their most dangerous adversary yet: Dom himself (Vin Diesel), who is now working with a shadowy cyber-terrorist known only as Cipher (Charlize Theron). As DSS agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and the rest of the team attempt to fight back, they find themselves in an alliance with their old enemy, assassin Deckard Shaw.
FREE FIRE - Brie Larson, Armie Hammer and Cillian Murphy star in this taut, wildly entertaining chamber piece. Set in Boston during the 1970s, the film unfolds in an abandoned warehouse, where a mysterious businesswoman (Larson) and her wise-cracking associate (Hammer) have arranged a black-market weapons deal between an IRA arms buyer (Murphy) and a South African gun runner (Sharlto Copley). Suffice to say things don't go as planned.
GIFTED - Frank Adler is a single man raising a child prodigy - his spirited young niece Mary in Florida. Frank's plans for a normal school life for Mary are foiled when the seven-year-old's mathematical abilities come to the attention of Frank's mother.
GOING IN STYLE - Lifelong buddies Willie, Joe and Al decide to buck retirement and step off the straight-and narrow for the first time in their lives when their pension fund becomes a corporate casualty.
KONG: SKULL ISLAND - A secret government organization mounts an expedition to Skull Island, an uncharted territory in the Pacific. Led by an explorer (John Goodman) and a lieutenant colonel (Samuel L. Jackson), the group recruit a disillusioned soldier (Tom Hiddleston) and a photojournalist (Brie Larson) to investigate the island's peculiar seismic activity. But once there, they discover that Skull Island is home to a gigantic ape called King Kong, and find themselves caught up in an ongoing war between the beast and the area's indigenous predators.
LIFE - This science fiction saga tells the story of astronauts on the International Space Station who retrieve a sample from Mars and discover it contains evidence of intelligent life. The crew is thrust into danger when the specimen shows signs of aggression, threatening the entire mission.
THE LOST CITY OF Z - A journey into the Amazon results in a stunning discovery and a mysterious disappearance in The Lost City of Z, an epic about real-life explorer Percy Fawcett. At the dawn of the 20th century, Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam) encountered evidence of a previously unknown civilization. His bigoted scientific peers dismiss the claims, but alongside his wife (Sienna Miller), son (Tom Holland) and aide-de-camp (Robert Pattinson), Fawcett returns to investigate.
POWER RANGERS - Five teenagers (Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Becky G, and Ludi Lin) become superpowered warriors in this reboot of the long-running kids' action franchise. The outcast teens are thrust into battle against the evil witch and former Ranger Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks) in a fight for fate of the world.
THE PROMISE - When Michael, a brilliant medical student, meets Ana, their shared Armenian heritage sparks an attraction that explodes into a romantic rivalry between Michael and Ana’s boyfriend Chris, a photojournalist dedicated to exposing political truth.
SLEIGHT - A young street magician (Jacob Latimore) is left to care for his little sister after their parents passing and turns to illegal activities to keep a roof over their heads. When he gets in too deep, his sister is kidnapped.
SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE - The little blue homunculi created by Belgian cartoonist Peyo return for another adventure, this time involving a quest through the Forbidden Forest to discover a long-hidden village hinted at in a treasure map.
SPARK: A SPACE TAIL - SPARK (Jace Norman) is a wisecracking teen living on an abandoned planet with his friends Chunk and Vix. They learn of General Zhong’s plan to wipe out the entire universe using the deadly space Kraken, and no one but Spark can stop him.
UNFORGETTABLE - In this woman-centric thriller, a jilted ex-wife (Katherine Heigl) makes life hell for her former husband's new bride (Rosario Dawson) and tries to manipulate her behavior to ultimately come out of top.
THE ZOOKEEPER’S WIFE - Jessica Chastain stars as a real-life hero in this film from director Niki Caro (Whale Rider). Chastain stars as Antonina Żabińska, who runs the Warsaw Zoo alongside her husband Dr. Jan Żabiński (Johan Heldenbergh of The Broken Circle Breakdown). After World War II breaks out and Germany invades their country, Antonina and Jan are forced to report to the Reich's zoologist (Daniel Brühl), but covertly, they decide to join the Resistance.
 
CHECK EACH THEATRE FOR SHOWTIMES
RAGTAG CINEMA – 10 Hitt Street 573-443-4359
REGAL STADIUM 14 THEATER – 2800 Goodwin Pointe Drive 573-817-0770
GOODRICH FORUM 8 – 1209 Forum Katy Parkway 573-445-7469
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2017.02.17 14:04 sinoost So I am running out of books (big list ahead)

So I have been slowly putting together a list of the 1000 or so mostly sci fi / thriller / spy / fantasy / action adventure / technothriller books I have read over the last 10 or so years. And I am running out of things to read that fit my niche. I have read all the books (I think) of the following Authors and figure the best way maybe to find a new book is if you good folks look through the list for a specific author that doesn't appear on my list and then mention him. I am spending hours and hours a day while currently listening to Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews looking for new books knowing that in a few hours I am going to be out of books to read. Please help.
A A Attanasio A G Taylor Aaron Lansky Adam Brookes Adam Minter Adam Sternbergh Adam Troy Castro Alafair Burke Alain De Botton Alan Furst Alastair Reynolds Aldous Huxley Alex Berenson Alexandre Dumas Pere Alfred Bester Algis Budrys Alton Gansky Amir D Aczel Amy Bartelloni Andre Norton Angus Donald Ann Leckie Anna Carey Anne McCaffrey Annie Jacobsen Anthony Bourdain Anthony Brandt Anthony Kiedis Arnold Schwarzenegger Arthur C Clarke Arwen Elys Dayton Austin Grossman Author Ayn Rand B V Larson Ben Bova Ben H Winters Bill Bryson Bill Martell Bob Mayer Bob Shaw Boyd Morrison Brad Thor Brandon Mull Brandon Sanderson Brandon Zenner Brenda Cooper Brendan Reichs Brent Weeks Brett Battles Brian Evenson Bruce Sterling C A Higgins C K Crigger Carl Sagan Casey Calouette Catherine Cookson Charles Pricheta Charles Stross Charles Wilson Charles Yu Cherie Priest China Mieville China Miéville Chris Boucher Christopher G Nuttall Cixin Liu Clifford D Simak Cohn Wyndham Conor Kostick D M Arnold Dadiel Suarez Dalai Lama Dalton Fury Damon Knight Dan Moore Dan Simmons Daniel H Wilson Daniel Silva Daniel Suarez Danni Kollin David Annandale David Baldacci David Brin David Drake David Farland David Kirkpatrick David L Robbins David Marusek David Sherman David Wong Dean Crawford Dean Koontz Deborah Blum Diana Gabaldon Donald Kingsbury Donald Swan Doug Richardson Douglas Adams Douglas Preston Douglas Reeman Duncan Falconer E E Knight Edan Lepucki Edmond Hamilton Edvard Radzinsky Edward Gibbon Edward M Lerner Edward Rutherfurd Edward Zajac Elizabeth Moon Eric Klinenberg Eric Van Lustbader Ernest Cline Francis Parkman Frank Herbert Frederick Forsyth Frederik Pohl Friedrich Nietzsche Fritz Leiber Fyodor Dostoyevsky Gary Gibson Gary Tipton Gary Troup Gene Wolfe Geoffrey Archer George Alex Effinger Glen Cook Grant Naylor Greg Bear Greg Rucka Guillermo Del Toro Guy Haley Hammond Innes Hannah Rothschild Hannu Rajaniemi Harlan Ellison Harry Harrison Harry Turtledove Henning Mankell Hermann Hesse 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