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Jimmy last won the day on September 21 2009

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  • Birthday 11/01/1994

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  1. Haha, love the idea of any Chelsea fan turning their nose up at signing Sancho.
  2. Right? Like a double-length final season would've been perfect.
  3. Really looking forward to the finale of Silicon Valley. I absolutely love the cast, and while RussFest was an outstanding episode, it feels like the right time to call this show. It's been treading water for a little bit - and even if it feels like there's plenty more story to tell in some way - it feels like they haven't quite figured out how to do it. So, very much looking forward to seeing it all wrapped up while it's still got a lot going for it.
  4. I'm on the cast alone; Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh and Rachael Weisz is a powerhouse trio. That said, hopefully it's going to take more risks than that trailer suggests.
  5. Jimmy

    Amazon Prime

    Ultimately, we didn't want to do UK Utopia, so I think it's kinda cool it might have another life.
  6. Jimmy

    The Irishman

    I watched it in the cinema and thought it was very good. For me, it felt it's length, I think it could've been streamlined a little. I think I'd enjoy it even more on a re-watch, especially because I'd have a better understanding of what the pace is going to be like. It's just so much fun to watch those actors bounce off of each either, Pesci is particularly brilliant. I'm glad Scorsese got to make the film he wanted to make in the manner he wanted to make it, but I don't think it's one of his best films. But obviously he set the bar pretty high.
  7. I'm enjoying the work the show is putting into world-building. In the world of Watchmen, I think it'd have been quite easy to have the show just looking forward in the aftermath of the New York events, but I'm pleasantly surprised at how far it's looking back - it gives the show a sense of depth and scale. It's refreshing that it's taking its time with its cast and narrative, it actually feels more like a comic book in that sense, it's picking and choosing moments and it's building towards something. It's really well-paced so far and I think that is doing the whole thing scope of the show a lot of good.
  8. Jimmy

    The 2019 Music Thread

    I didn't ask you to do that.
  9. Jimmy

    The 2019 Music Thread

    Lizzo's cool af
  10. Our recruitment policy failed Poch. He got the CL final when we hadn't made a single signing. The squad needed gradual regeneration and we were left in a position this summer where it needed and overhaul and we didn't get it. Trippier needed to go. He was a massive weak link last year and totally restricted our play and cost us games. It was clear Aurier wasn't his replacement, and it was clear he didn't trust KWP, so our failure to bring in a right back just magnifies that. Poch has been infuriating in the last 6 months for sure - his reluctance to drop Eriksen, changes coming too late in games, constant rotation etc. But he's very much been working miracles for years and it finally caught up with him. Levy did a wonderful job keeping our best players and getting them to sign contracts in a team where everyone was desperate to dismantle our team. I'm not all for laying the blame at his feet. But Poch saw us through playing away from home for 2 years, a near year long delay on a new stadium, didn't have a net spend until this year...and along the way we just didn't regenerate the squad. We're stale, you can see it. And then he's been extra unlucky that Lo Celso got injured. I'll get behind Mourinho soon and try and be optimistic. He might be what we need? But I hate how this has all played out and I hate our lack of loyalty towards Poch, which goes further back to this summer when we ultimately didn't deliver what he needed to do his job properly.
  11. yep. still. how fucking dare you in my time of grief
  12. I love being included, but I've never watched it.
  13. Fincher was attached but it felt through I think
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