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Television Love, Death & Robots: new Netflix adult animated anthology series from David Fincher and Tim Miller (Deadpool)

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1 hour ago, Spork3245 said:

 

 

@legend :confused:

 

We'll, I've at times posted on PCCB. What's that tell you?

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1 hour ago, legend said:

 

We'll, I've at times posted on PCCB. What's that tell you?

 

Androids dream of human cock...?

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43 minutes ago, Spork3245 said:

 

Androids dream of human cock...?

 

Just cock. There is no discrimination in type.

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42 minutes ago, legend said:

 

Just cock. There is no discrimination in type.

 

Is it still bestiality if it's an Android and an animal...? 

#ThisThreadJustTookATurn

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Hmm, I wonder if Fincher has had this animated itch in him since he originally signed up for a new Heavy Metal movie all those years ago that got cancelled all those years ago ??

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Did anybody actually watch this? I just got through with them all, and it was very decent. There were definitely some shorts that were lifted straight from video game concepts, and a lot of them had similar visual aesthetics. But the good ones were entertaining enough while the bad ones were mostly boring instead of being "bad" . There's actually a nice mix of CGI and Flash cgi shorts, with a range of realistic character visuals and absurd character visuals. The sex and nudity were obvious nods to the frustration of Disney animators having to draw sexy females while somehow keeping them sexless, so the narrative of some of these stories sometimes veers off course, lol.

 

But the entire experience could have been better, though. I think there was too much focus on "science" with almost zero attention payed to any mystical and/or sorcery aspect. Maybe it's just that I was looking for more of a Heavy Metal experience with cool music, a mix of all genres, and some sort of narrative through line through each short? Maybe. But all in all this was enjoyable enough. I would recommend maybe taking in no more than 3 or 4 shorts at a time, as they loosely range from 10-20 minutes and can get tedious to get through after a time.

 

Solid B

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So, you ranked it lower because it didn't match your pre-conceived expectations?

 

 

The entire series was fantastic. More than a few I'd love to see made into their own shows or films. 

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On 1/8/2019 at 10:58 AM, Spork3245 said:

 

Androids dream of human cock...?

Inserting a flash drive into their USB port and running the file orgasm.exe contained on it. 

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I ranked it in fairness to other short-complation movies that were better because they had a broader spectrum than this one did. And while a lot of these shorts were good, there were a few duds in it. Other compilation movies had a broader spectrum of story types, so I didn't have a preconceived notion of what this should have been but rather walked away with a notion that I didn't enjoy this as much because it was so skewed towards space and science... There is a fine difference between the two.

 

A 'B' grade is a very fair grade for this.

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13 hours ago, Emblazon said:

So, you ranked it lower because it didn't match your pre-conceived expectations?

 

That's why I stop having expectations. :p

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I've started watching and I've enjoyed it enough that I'd recommend it to anyone curious.

 

Sonnie's Edge was very cool, and the kind of thing I'd watch more of.

Three Robots was funny enough, though it made me wish it was Key and Peele.

I didn't care much for The Witness, and of the few I've seen it's the one where the nudity seemed most misplaced.

Suits was great fun, and it feels like a perfect setup for a video game.

 

I'm looking forward to going through more of them.

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17 hours ago, Emblazon said:

So, you ranked it lower because it didn't match your pre-conceived expectations?

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4 minutes ago, Chris- said:

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One, I've been waiting for that. :)

 

Two, entirely different circumstances. 

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