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chrysostom
2 hours ago, Maximilianus said:

***Spoiler Alert*****

I like that one scene where that thing happened and then that one kid said that thing to the other kid.  Intense

**********SPOILERRRRRRR***********

I kno rite?

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Anomaly

I can’t do it.  Just watched third episode of S2 when Will confronts the shadow to ill effect. 

Life is too short to purposely watch a show that makes me feel unpleasant. I just don’t like kids in peril. 

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Not A Mallard
On 7/12/2019 at 4:42 PM, chrysostom said:

Finished season 3. I was impressed by the last episode. The sequence with the unexpected music...utterly hilarious.

But yes, the blasphemy was just so prevalent. :(

***ACTUAL SPOILER ALERT***

The showdown in the mall, and whenever it cut to something else, had me freaking out like nothing since my first viewing of Aliens. And then the ending got me more emotional than Endgame.

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Josh
On 7/9/2019 at 9:47 AM, dUSt said:

Anybody watch Stranger Things on Netflix?

I'm on Season 2.

I've never had Netflix. I'm signing up tommorow despite reading a thread on Catholic Answers that says I shouldn't. I'm excited to watch Stranger Things and all the other stuff I've missed out on.

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dominicansoul
6 hours ago, Josh said:

I've never had Netflix. I'm signing up tommorow despite reading a thread on Catholic Answers that says I shouldn't. I'm excited to watch Stranger Things and all the other stuff I've missed out on.

Honestly, Netflix really kinda sux.  Their movie choices aren't all that great.  I would not subscribe to them, only watch Stranger Things and then cut if off...except I have so many people using my account... lol!

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dUSt
8 hours ago, Josh said:

I've never had Netflix. I'm signing up tommorow despite reading a thread on Catholic Answers that says I shouldn't. I'm excited to watch Stranger Things and all the other stuff I've missed out on.

I cancelled Netflix once because of a talk show by a comedian who aired an entire episode celebrating abortion. They cancelled that show after one season so I signed back up. It smells of elderberries giving money to companies who support immorality but I’m not disciplined enough to avoid it. Just support the good shows and don’t watch the bad ones. 

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Seven77

Netflix does indeed smell of elderberries....  almost literally keeping it because of Stranger Things, a handful of movies, Street Food, and Daredevil season three.

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Seven77
42 minutes ago, dUSt said:

At the end of Season 2 I was hoping they gave Erica a bigger role in Season 3. 

"You can't spell America without Erica". LOL

She's amesome.

And, minor spoiler, if you haven't finished episode six…

 

 

she so happens to be a nerd.:nerd:

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Papist

Watching it.  On episode 5 of season 3.  I am enjoying it, but it is not great. Don't like the typical girls are amesome smart and tough, and boys are bumbling doofuses. 

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dominicansoul

I guess I wanted to see more of the ELEVEN we grew to love in Season 1... ELEVEN in Season 3 is too normal... you would think after being pretty much a lab rat all her life, with incredible powers she probably doesn't even understand, she would have a harder time adjusting... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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chrysostom
13 hours ago, Papist said:

Watching it.  On episode 5 of season 3.  I am enjoying it, but it is not great. Don't like the typical girls are amesome smart and tough, and boys are bumbling doofuses. 

I don't mind moral strength in the women, but I was also turned off for a while by the stupidity of the main male characters, with the exception of Jonathan Byers. I'm annoyed that I see this so often. I suspect many screenwriters do not fully understand what masculine virtue looks like, or feminine virtue for that matter.

I was mollified by episode 8, though.

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