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‘Mlw: Fusion’ Review (Dec 21st 2019)

  • Nerdly
Welcome to this week’s Major League Wrestling: Fusion, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have Gumby damn it! I smoke a cigar! I smoke a cigar! You can’t stop me from smoking the cigar, because I’m Gumby damn it…and secretly Dr. Manhattan in disguise. Low Ki is here to kick Davey Boy Smith Jr.’s ass, so don’t go any-where…and Merry Fuggin Christmas, because I’m Gumby damn it!

Match #1: Jimmy Havoc def. Mance WarnerPrince of Darkness Match The following is courtesy of

“The Man of 14 Stone” first steps into the ring for what is guaranteed to be a match of darkness as both men will be blindfolded, but The Southern Psycho comes out with the Queens crowd fully behind him. The two make certain to put the hoods on simultaneously as they literally feel the ring out.
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Connecting Cottbus crowns 2019 winners

  • ScreenDaily
Modovan comedy project ‘Carbon’ was the big winner.

Moldovan comedy Carbon has won the best pitch award at the Connecting Cottbus (coco) East-West Co-production Market held in Germany this week.

It is being produced by Sergiu Cumatrenco Jr and Ion Bors and will mark Bors’ feature directorial debut. The award includes a cash prize of €1,500 and free accreditation to the Producers Network at the Marche du Film in Cannes 2020.

The absurdist road movie, set during the armed conflict in Transnistria in the early 1990s, had been selected after winning the Transilvania Pitch Stop coco Award in Cluj in June.

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A Fine Pair And The Limits Of Claudia Love

This fall semester I started taking an Italian language class two evenings a week with my daughter, and Thursday night I was looking to decompress after our first big quiz. (Scores haven’t been revealed yet, but I think we did just fine.) So I started rummaging through my shelves and came across the Warner Archives DVD of Francesco Maselli’s A Fine Pair (1968), an ostensibly breezy romantic caper comedy which reteams Rock Hudson and Claudia Cardinale, a pairing their public was presumably clamoring for after their previous outing together in Blindfold (1965), a Universal programmer written and directed by Phillip Dunne, the screenwriter of, among many other notable movies, How Green Was My Valley. I’ve had a mad crush on Claudia ever since I first saw her in Circus World (1964) with John Wayne when I was but a youngster, and I always welcome the chance to visit movies of
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Taken 2 Review: Liam Neeson’s Back For More in Bloodless Rehash

Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

In 2010 Liam Neeson suddenly found himself in the upper reaches of the action hero map as Taken, the streamlined, laser-focussed, one man assault on the modern day slave trade, reaped a not insubstantial $145 million at the Us box office, and some $226 million worldwide. Luc Besson’s mile-a-minute, euro-pudding, action fiestas (see The Transporter series) had finally hit paydirt.

With Neeson’s growled delivery of ‘I will find you, and I will kill you’ entering the pop-culture lexicon it was inevitable that this guilty pleasure would be given the sequel green light. Unfortunately the result, Taken 2, is a cynical cash-cow; a lazy, bloodless rehash with levels of ridiculousness that storytelling fleet-footedness and hyper-active camera-work just can’t hide. Although in this case laying the paucity of thrill or sense at the audience’s feet doesn’t seem to have raised many concerns with the film-makers as

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