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    I haven't gotten around to watching it yet. However, this has an A+ cast and Ben Platt deserves the whole world and all the awards.
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    I originally had the sig as a .PNG file, but then changed it to a gif because I figured it would be messier.
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    Late to the party. Eek.
  4. A fellow Banjo-Kazooie stan! Hi! yas2 

  5. But will she actually release it? Probably not.
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    Yes sign me up!
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    Music Video

    The visuals this era have been on point.
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    She really hates her North American stan base. Is this our punishment after AmeriKKKa paid her dust.
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    All I want is for Kylie to tour North America again God damn it.
  10. I just saw this on ATRL and thought it was fake. I'm in utter disbelief. Rest in peace.
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    It probably has to do with the fact that Hulu once had all the seasons on there a while back. I'm assuming they could only get the licensing rights for the 1993 version but not the others to put in North America. Either way, that sucks. Well that's a relief. I'll check the other ones out once the 1993 one is out on Netflix.
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    I started watching this show a few days ago and I absolutely love it. I definitely want to try to watch the others once I get through with this one. However, apparently it's difficult to find any of them online? Kinda strange Netflix didn't aquire the rights to put the others on their platform when they, for lack of a better word, rebooted it.
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    There's honestly so many iconic scenes to choose from.
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    I love the cover! Charli looks stunning and that pose is giving me Goddess.
  15. One of my all-time favorite films and an iconic staple in cinematic history. Not only that, but the soundtrack is iconic as well. To this day I consider the usage of Nancy Sinatra's cover of 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)' as one of the best ways of intertwining a song into a story. I can't really pick a favorite between the two, since they both contain a handful of iconic moments. I really do hope that Tarantino releases Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair some day on Blu-Ray. Or at least I get the opportunity to see it at some screening near me.