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/vhs/ Movie Night Thread Anonymous 09/23/2020 (Wed) 06:41:50 Id: 685acc No. 21 [Reply] [Last]
Check for weekly movie nights. Every Friday at 5pm PST - 8pm EST At: https://cytu.be/r/OverlookTheater T̶o̶ ̶b̶e̶ ̶a̶b̶l̶e̶ ̶t̶o̶ ̶w̶a̶t̶c̶h̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶m̶o̶v̶i̶e̶ ̶i̶n̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶c̶h̶a̶n̶n̶e̶l̶ ̶r̶e̶m̶e̶m̶b̶e̶r̶ ̶t̶o̶ ̶i̶n̶s̶t̶a̶l̶l̶ ̶T̶a̶m̶p̶e̶r̶m̶o̶n̶k̶e̶y̶ ̶o̶r̶ ̶G̶r̶e̶a̶s̶e̶m̶o̶n̶k̶e̶y̶ ̶d̶e̶p̶e̶n̶d̶i̶n̶g̶ ̶o̶n̶ ̶y̶o̶u̶r̶ ̶b̶r̶o̶w̶s̶e̶r̶:̶ ̶h̶t̶t̶p̶s̶:̶/̶/̶c̶y̶t̶u̶.̶b̶e̶/̶g̶o̶o̶g̶l̶e̶_̶d̶r̶i̶v̶e̶_̶u̶s̶e̶r̶s̶c̶r̶i̶p̶t̶ You no longer need the script to be able to watch movies. Also post movie suggestions for future movie nights.
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/vhs/ Movie Night - Baba Godfather Part 2 - The 13th Warrior - Hardcore Henry Friday September 30th 5pm PDT - 7pm CDT - 8pm EDT Pre-show: Ed (1996) (3:30pm PDT/5:30pm CDT/6:30pm EDT)
Now Playing: Ed

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What are you watching? Anonymous 10/07/2020 (Wed) 05:44:12 Id: 09411b No. 89 [Reply] [Last]
And what are you planning on watching? Any cool TV shows, Documentaries or Movies? I've been watching my VHS collection of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
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I recently watched a movie new to me, but included on many "Best Of" movie lists. Titled "Yi Yi (一一)", it's a Taiwanese movie directed by Edward Yang from 2000. The film follows a middle- to upper-middle class family living in Taipei. This includes a grandmother, her two sons (one of who has a gambling addiction and marries his [very pregnant] girlfriend; the other is an engineer in a failing company who meets his old love), and her two grandchildren (a teenage daughter who befriends the girl next door and a young son who, well, is a typical young boy). Yi Yi is a masterpiece of cinema. If you love beautiful shots, you will love this movie. If you love great acting, you will love this movie. The film is close to three hours, but it holds itself the whole time. I can see why it's ranked as one of the best movies ever made. Not an action movie by any stretch and it takes dedication to watch, but great if fine cinema is your jam. >>1318 >Literal gay porn Seek degeneracy and you will be rewarded. The only counter movie I have is Love (2015) from Gaspard Noé. It's mostly threesome with two women and one guy, but if I recall correctly, there is a tranny scene but the movie was so insufferable and pretentious, I didn't watch all of it. I wouldn't recommend it. >>1418 I haven't seen Jin-Roh in probably close to ten years, but your rant has inspired me to re-watch it to compare your points.
>>1417 Have you watched the original Boggy Creek movie?
>>1218 >Decide to look up Warehouse Slaves Discipline myself >IMDB does provide a listing, but as anon said, no info >Look up one of the actresses and she's credited in the likes of <Big Busted Lesbians at Play <I Cream with Genie <Dildo Fantasy Party I mean, I can't say I know the exact plot of the movie, but with the title and the people involved, I can make an educated guess.

Movie and TV Show Finding Anonymous 01/17/2022 (Mon) 20:31:55 Id: 903c66 No. 1081 [Reply]
Keep all movie and tv shows requests here. I'm trying to find all 12 episodes of carfellas but no luck so far.
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So, this is really bothersome. The movie: Freddie as F.R.O.7 >Movie is wack as shit but has some good animation and entertaining songs >UK version has all sorts of jokes and shit that are okay because UK >mp4 related >movie tanks >is sent overseas >gets censored and cuts shitloads of stuff >still tanks >Censored cut is called "Freddie the Frog" >skip to now >Freddie the Frog can be obtained on DVD >doesn't look like the original cut of Freddie as F.R.O.7 ever made it to DVD >only artifacts seem to be VHS of it >shit is also Region 2 meaning you need a special VHS to even play the shit >I just want a copy of the original UK cut that is better than the fucking version on youtube

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>>1269 Tried on wayback?
Looking for "In the Soup" starring Steve Buscemi. Tried searching my usual torrent sites and I'm getting nothing but recipes and porn. Anyone know where I can source an illegal copy?


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Halloween Movies Anonymous 09/27/2020 (Sun) 13:25:52 Id: e17040 No. 57 [Reply]
Thread for discussing (and recommending) movies that fit the Halloween spirit. Not necessarily horror films (many of them aren't scary at all), but which embody the spirit of the holiday. Hallmarks of October movie marathons. Seeing these on the shelf at Blockbuster was as much a sign of Halloween as Santa in the department store window was a sign of Christmas. Tim Burton's early films and aesthetic are intrinsically tied to this subgenre, but the selection is much larger than that. Share your favorites.
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>>1435 Im a big fan personally. Pretty good.
>>1437 Someone told me that fact. It was actually part of the reason I was so curious. >>1438 Thanks for the input. If two separate anons say it's good, I'll have to put it down as my October pick.
I enjoy Monster House. It's a comfy fall movie.

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Movie Fonts Anonymous 08/29/2022 (Mon) 05:52:01 Id: 96c116 No. 1424 [Reply]
Does anyone know of a source of fonts like what a lot of old scifi and horror movies used in their credits and titles? It'd be much appreciated. Failing that just post your favorite examples here in this thread.
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>>1429 I was just wondering if anyone knew of any fonts specifically taken from some of these old movies. It's easy enough to find some "inspired by" old monster and scifi movies but finding exact analogs is difficult. For example I've had one for a while called Young Frankenstein but it actually looks more like the fone used in Bride of Frankenstein instead. Well anyway regardless we can still post interesting movie fonts. Here's a few more.
Few more.

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Kubrick Appreciation Thread Anonymous 10/30/2020 (Fri) 20:50:51 Id: caa326 No. 125 [Reply]
Stanley Kubrick easily makes everyone's top director lists. However, he's probably most famous for 2001: A Space Odyssey and Full Metal Jacket, both sensations in their time with a massive impact on pop culture despite Kubrick's supposed niche appeal. However, his less popular movies are easily my favorites, and among cinephiles I speak to these are not unpopular opinions. A Clockwork Orange is, of course, also well known but no longer mainstream. My personal favorites, however, are Barry Lyndon and Eyes Wide Shut. The latter performed poorly and was often criticized. Barry Lyndon is the epitome of "every frame a painting", and his research on the period (RIP his Napoleon film) combined with his lighting and framing imitate art from the period perfectly. Kubrick believed in telling stories with editing and visuals, which is the essence of film-making, and I can't think of a movie that encapsulates that better than Eyes Wide Shut. I can't help but feel it did poorly because it doesn't hold your hand through the narrative. There's almost no exposition in the entire film. Combined with his untimely death and rumors the final edit was tinkered with, I think this movie was unfairly criticized. I'd encourage any anons who have not seen his movies to do so. Including his earlier works, such as Spartacus and Paths of Glory. Kubrick never made a bad film. But I imagine most of you are also Kubrick fans. Which works are your favorite, and why?
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>>125 My favorite is 2001 by far. It's the first movie I ever watched and it continues to stick out in my mind as a near-perfect film. The effects, how it's shot, the editing, it just holds up so well and communicates its big ideas through experience rather than exposition, and I always feel like I've learned something new. I do mean to watch Barry Lyndon and Eyes Wide Shut at some point because they're the only ones I haven't seen yet, but I just never got around to them. I even made the mistake of watching AI. Spartacus was good, too, but Ben Hur did it better. I'm always amused by the Roman phase Hollywood went through in the 50s and 60s.
>>521 The "Roman Phase" was partially a result of Hollywood's attempt to compete with television. The best epics exists in this period because they realized the one place TV couldn't compete was on spectacle. There's plenty of non-Roman epics like Lawrence of Arabia and Cleopatra (I guess you could argue that one based on time period), but there was a wealth of Bible stories and mad Roman emperors, not to mention Shakespeare, ripe for adaptation. I still haven't seen Paths of Glory or The Killing, but I should get on with it. I can't imagine not liking them, but everyone focuses on his career post-2001, with some mentions of Lolita and Dr. Strangelove. Spartacus is almost never mentioned in the context of Kubrick himself. I think it's odd the rest are regarded as big, influential, important works directed by Kubrick and Spartacus seems to just be a big, influential, important work which happens to be directed by Kubrick. Haven't seen Ben Hur to compare, but it would be appropriate that it's better. Communists love Spartacus for some reason and love that it broke the Hollywood blacklist, but Charlton Heston is a true patriot.
RIP Leon Vitali. The man spent the last two decades caring for Kubrick's legacy and was working with Warner Brothers to remaster all of his films in 4k. Between that and the merge, who knows if we'll see quality releases of the rest. He was only 74, which is way too young these days.

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Movie Identification Thread Anonymous 03/17/2021 (Wed) 14:21:57 Id: e5cda8 No. 418 [Reply]
Do you have screenshot from a movie that you want identified? What about some movie that you saw long ago but don't remember the name? This is the thread for you. >I'll start I'm trying to remember the name of this one movie that I use to watch as a kid. The plot involved this kid looking for a magic ring that shoots a blue death laser so that he can defeat this evil wizard who also has death laser powers. On his journey he meets this lady that turns into a a spider person that tries to eat him and this band of cyclopes that either wants to marry or eat his traveling companion. Also the evil wizard keeps killing dwarves throughout the movie.
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>>1225 >Katy Meets the Aliens >quick search >see VHS cover >This is IT ! Thanks anon !
I'm trying to find a movie from the late 80s to early/mid 90s about cyborgs. All I remember about the movie is that at the beginning a guy's head transforms into a canon and shoots another guy. It looks like something that Charles Band might have made but even if that's true it hardly narrows it down.
im trying to remember a movie i saw were a guy falls asleep at a restaurant and dreams hes part of the three stooges

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who likes ghostface from scream? Anonymous 07/16/2022 (Sat) 14:36:43 Id: 415e00 No. 1379 [Reply]
do you like him/her?
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>>1380 scream's first movie was released in 1996, where did you find that mask?
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>>1381 I got mine from Walmart in the early 90's. As per IMDb >The Ghostface mask was first developed for novelty stores during the Halloween season between 1991 and 1992 by Fun World employee Brigitte Sleiertin as part of a series titled "Fantastic Faces", the mask itself known as "The Peanut-Eyed Ghost". The final design was approved by Fun World Vice President Allan Geller. Wes Craven claimed to have originally found the mask, but later clarified that he had misremembered the event, and that it was producer Marianne Maddalena who discovered it. She found it while inside a house during location scouting for the film and brought it to the attention of Wes Craven, who set about trying to obtain the rights to use it. Fun World licensing director R.J. Torbert joined Fun World in 1996 and was given the task of naming the mask prior to its film debut, deciding on "GhostFace" with the blessing of Fun World owners Stanley and Allan Geller. Torbert felt it looked like a "ghost in pain", believing it to be a unique design. The Ghostface design and title are owned by Fun World. So it wasn't a prop made specifically for the movie but rather a repurposed mass marketed Halloween mask. Which is sort of neat given the "first" modern slasher antagonist's iconic mask is also a mass marketed Halloween mask instead of a unique prop. Although in that case it was slightly altered.
WHASSUUUUUP?

Infinity Cup Team Anonymous 06/04/2022 (Sat) 06:30:49 Id: daee9f No. 1285 [Reply]
Since the discussion came up during a stream tonight, this thread is for collecting ideas. >Uniform Blockbuster Uniform >Entry Theme 20th Century Fox fanfare >Goal Sound THX Noise >Players Jack Torrance VHS Tape Winona Ryder Mel Gibson Crockett & Tubbs Sho-Nuff Mel Gibson

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>>1285 Quick question: if a team is actually organized, how many anons would actually watch the matches?
>>1368 I would watch them if I knew where to watch them.
>>1370 They're choosing a service, likely cytube since they've done so with the previous streams Just check anon.cafe/icup/ from time to time to get the updates

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Anonymous 07/09/2022 (Sat) 19:11:09 Id: ffcc75 No. 1357 [Reply]
What are some noteworthy cinema people who've made nothing of value?
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I kind of want to say Affleck. That may not be strictly true but he's certainly been in a whole lot of nothing for as popular as he is.

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Kung Fu & Martial Arts Chop Socky Buffet Anonymous 12/01/2020 (Tue) 00:06:13 Id: 544b7d No. 186 [Reply]
大一大万大吉 WE'VE GOT NINJAS! WE'VE GOT MONKS! WE'VE GOT SAMURAI! WE'VE GOT YOUKAI!
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TOPIC What's your most favorite and least favorite settings and plots for martial arts movies? >most I tend to like period pieces rather than contemporary. My favorite types are the ones where it's rival schools or styles going after each other and also films featuring Shaolin temple shenanigans. Also I like fanciful ones featuring protagonists and antagonists with special gimmicks or weapons. Of course I like Ninja movies too. >least Martial arts movies that take place in modern times. The concept of ancient martial arts and modern settings tend not to jell well with each other. <exceptions Movies where the martial artist are shown to be expressly supernatural by pass most of the problems. So do modern MA films about underground fighting tournaments. Ninja movies also continue to work well, because an AR-15 won't help you if you get shot with a poison dart in the back of your neck from the shadows.
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I finally, after several failed attempts, watched Lady Snowblood 2. It's an OK movie but it's not nearly a good as the first. I really wish that if they were going to make a sequel then they would have gone with the ending of the first that halfway sorta implied that Yuki had turned into a yurei/youkai.
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Animated Films Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 03:35:58 Id: 0c1fa3 No. 4 [Reply]
What are your favorite animated films? Any you grew up watching?
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>>4 >Once Upon a Forest I grew up watching this movie frequently. I can't speak of how it holds up - pretty sure it's environmental propaganda - but I loved this shit as a kid. >Charlotte's Web My family enjoys telling me that whenever the babysitter came over, they'd sit me in front of the screen with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and I'd watch this film to start the day. The only thing I think about when I hear about this movie today is Spastic Ink: https://yewtu.be/watch?v=RztR4E12dGU >The Pagemaster I remember this was advertised on another VHS I had and when I finally got to watch it, I was super excited. Needless to say, I don't remember much, but I remember really liking it as a kid.
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>>4 If I do recall, I remember my first 3 Disney movies when I was little. My first Disney movie I ever watch was Toy Story, the second was The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh and the third was The Aristocats, all on VHS
>>1276 >The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh That reminds me that I also had a few cassettes of Winnie the Pooh. Pretty sure it was all from The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and I only remember the one where they had to go fix the sky. That's some classic shit right there.

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Buyfag Thread Anonymous 05/21/2022 (Sat) 06:41:52 Id: 32621b No. 1256 [Reply]
So you want to buy some physical media. No, you don't? You just want to pirate? That's understandable; >Why would I want to spend money on movies when piracy is free? The big studios don't deserve money for the garbage they put out, but we are living in a golden age of physical releases, and they need to pay for sourcing and restoring films somehow. Consider the following: <4k Blu-rays can capture most of the detail of 35mm film <UHD releases are becoming fairly common <Streaming has become dominant, and rights to old B-movie distribution is cheap if they handle the restoration. <Film prints are only going to get rarer and rarer as they are lost, destroyed, or deteriorate Preserving these releases is important, and the opportunity will not last forever. >Where can I buy from? There are many common outlets to purchase these releases from, and each has its own niche. Criterion - focuses on high-brow and arthouse: https://www.criterion.com/ Vinegar Syndrome - mostly restoring grimy B-movies and smut: https://vinegarsyndrome.com/ Shout Factory - mostly TV show box sets and B-movies with occasional foreign releases: https://www.shoutfactory.com/ Arrow - UK label that might have overlapping releases with the others (because they get the Euro distribution rights) and has a good mix of both B-movies and older mainstream releases: https://www.arrowvideo.com/ Kino Lorber - has a lot of independent releases including newer titles: https://www.kinolorber.com/

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Forgot to mention, a lot of these suggestions are low stock or already out of stock. I'll do what I can to snag them. I'll try to be waiting when the sale goes up but it's hard to promise anything. Anything that says 1,000+ units left is probably a guaranteed bag. 500 and it's likely. 100-200 or less and things get iffy.
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FleshEater looks interesting as it's a sort of pseudosequel to the original Night of the Living Dead. https://vinegarsyndrome.com/collections/frontpage/products/flesheater

Legend of Galactic Heroes Anonymous 11/18/2021 (Thu) 00:10:58 Id: b16e7e No. 967 [Reply]
So this anime is shilled a lot, and yesterday I finally was convinced to try it out. I began with the prequel movie "My conquest is the sea of stars", and I have serious issues with the last ten minutes, and nowhere else more appropriate to air them. There's a giant fleet engagement with about a million vessels taking part, as the democratic "good guys" are getting creamed they come up with a move to win. Three guys take a ship and kick everyone else off (if these ships don't need gunners to fire the guns, engineers to oversee the powerplant, marines for boarding actions, or even crewman to man radar. Then why the hell are these ships manned at all?) Then fly up to the enemy commander, come along side and sit there. The entire warzone goes quiet. Everyone to afraid to fire a single shot, EVEN MILLIONS OF KILOMETRES AWAY, for fear the commanders vessel might be struck. The "good guys" (who were getting crushed) use this confusion to sail away in peace, leaving this single vessel with three crewman alone behind enemy lines. Then that ship leaves too. That was the summary and already I bet many can see the obvious issues with this plot. 1. Coming alongside another vessel does indeed mean you probably won't be targeted by canon fire, sure, BUT that simply means you are commiting a boarding action. Pistols and sabers time. So why doesnt the "imperialistic" "badguy" commander sound repel boarders and? Or when it's clear he isn't being boarded, BOARD THE OTHER SHIP. 2. why the fuck would you let the enemy go? 3. Why would a ship fighting off boarders (which has been a common occurence for so long as naval vessels have existed I.E. all of western history) silence not just his own side, but the other side as well? 4. In a battlespace billions of kilometres wide why would anyone else give a shit? 5. Why let the enemy suicide vessel go? Why would noone take a potshot after it left the side of the commanders ship? 6. Is the entire series this monumentally retarded? Did the author even look into naval tactics from any century? 7. Will it get better? I mean what kinda ship doesn't have marines on board? How is there no procedure for dealing with a close in enemy? Traditionally you board it, kill the crew, and then cut away boarding ropes, wait til you are out of range of it exploding, and then sink the bastard. Or you take control of the enemy vessel, crew it, and keep fighting now with another ship in your flotilla. I just don't understand how that was a conundrum that has never occured in that animes world. Simple fucking shit guys.

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The best anime ever made
I forgot I made this thread. Fine whatever I'll watch episode 3. But if it sucks I'm coming right back to make more giant posts complaining about shit. >he had a doctorate in literature Oh fuggg
>>1206 Have you seen the rest of theepisodes now?

Horror and Suspense Anonymous 09/22/2020 (Tue) 04:51:29 Id: 07f14a No. 5 [Reply] [Last]
Post and talk about your favorites here. Try to keep it about pre 2000 movies because horror movies from the 21st Century are almost universally awful. Hell even mid 90's were pushing it.
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>>714 Mars Attack!!
>>714 And Birdbox
>>714 Night of the Big Heat/Island of the Burning Damned would probably fit the bill. Maybe Island of Terror too.

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Anime Movies Thread Anonymous 04/15/2022 (Fri) 20:01:03 Id: 000000 No. 1167 [Reply]
Let's start with the one anime movie that changed it all "AKIRA" and was released so long ago AKIRA was classed as animated MANGA before the word Anime surfaced, way back in 1988. The animation was before it's time. And that bike! Fuck yeah! The lighting FX. The people. The lighting people FX! I instantly forgot about Star Wars the first time I watched AKIRA, it was that good. When Tetsuo turns into an mega-amoeba I felt sorry for him, but Tetsuo played his role as the end boss villain well. Kaneda and that fucking bike though made this animated movie for me. That bike slide! The twist involving Tetsuo at the films end was kind of satisfying for me as well. Rating: 10 out of 10. Five Stars. Which is rare for me. AKIRA was recently re-released as a 4K Blu-ray disc and might be getting a live action film adaption in the future. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_(1988_film)
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Way back in very distant mid-2015 I was looking for an alternative to RWBY as I started losing interest in that show, and I discovered Fairy Tail. Which filled a big gap once RWBY was out of my life. Fairy Tail hit my animation interests straight to the heart, and RWBY became a distant memory almost instantly. Natsu, Lucy, Happy, Wendy, Gray, Erza, etc and their adventures on the world of Earth Land in the country of Fiore was enchanting and I watched every series. The film Dragon Cry showed how the anime series had grown into something worthy of a feature length movie, and Fairy Tail is still enthralling to watch even now after the post-RWBY days. RWBY itself is getting an anime it is said. And good luck to the RWBY anime should it launch later on. But anyway.. Dragon Cry. I'm all fired up! Rating: Can't really rate because of bias to Fairy Tail as a RWBY alternative but.. 5 Stars (thanks to getting over RWBY) Stream (NSFW ads): https://gogoanime.gg/fairy-tail-movie-2-dragon-cry-episode-1
>>1196 I was not aware of this one. I like a lot the series so gonna give it a try.
>>1217 Great anime, shame the live action show flushed the Bepop reputation down the metaphorical toilet.

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