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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Rampage. It was an okay movie.However there is a huge flaw in the movie.
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    'Cowboy Bebop' Receives Live-Action TV Series

    I hope space science fiction is in these directors wheelhouse. If not then it might not turn out good. If the people who made Farscape, Andromeda , Firefly or any other decent television space science fiction series were to make a lice action Cowboy Bebop then it would be a pretty great series.
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    Storage Options for Archiving

    I never had any problems with playback. Nor have I had any problems with copying information off the dvds. I usually use the cyberlink power2go program that came free with my dvd burder. I don't download 2 to 3 gig size episodes and 10 to 20 gig size movies unless there is no other option. True a hard drive is overall cheaper than burnable DVD. However 10 or 15 bucks for for a stack of burnable DVDs is is cheap. Plus its not like I am downloading a shitload of series all at ounce and trying to back them up on DVD. I use external hard drives for back up too. But if a hard drive goes out then I am out a bunch of series. If a dvd goes out then I am out a single or half series. If I find a better quality encode of a series then I toss out the old copy and burn a new own. A raid configuration does sound like a great idea. Most DVD players that can play video files from data DVDs are not going to play most anime encodes out there. A blu ray player on the other hand will. When I used to have a DVD player I would have to convert a lot of anime series to .avi container with a DivX or Xvid codec if I wanted to watch anime on my tv instead of my computer. If if was subbed anime I would have have to hard code the subs first before burning the files to a data dvd. They also couldn't exceed a certain video dimension size. If a dvd doesn't support playing video files from a data dvd then you would have to create a dvd video disc. Which you would need ConvertXtoDVD or some other similar program to create a dvd video. Which makes it play more like a traditional dvd with menus and chapters. If you are just wanting to watch download anime on your tv then A lot of blu ray players will let you pop in a USB flash drive. So you can just copy some video files to a flash drive, pop it into into the USB slot on your blu ray player and watch them on your tv. But you should check to see if that blu ray playe supports playing files from a usb flash drive and what formats and codecs your blu ray will play. However I don't know any that will play stylized soft subs.
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    Storage Options for Archiving

    You need a dvd burner program and good quality burnable dvds. I use Memorex or Phillips burnable dvds. I usually do data dvds since they are they easiest. As long as you don't exceed the maximum space you should be able to easily burn anime to a dvd. The size of a burnable DVD I think is 4.7. Might be a little less than that, but most dvd burner programs will tell you if you exceeded the size. The number of episodes you can burn to a dvd depends on the size of the files themselves.
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    Forgotten Cartoons

    Kidd Video. A cartoon from my youth. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBQS1cgsEdU
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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Highlander. I watched this movie when I was younger and thought it was cool.When I watched it again I thought some of the scenes were were unnecessarily over the top or way over exaggerated. Anyone who has used a stone to sharpen a blade would never sharpen a blade like that.Also the idea someone who has lived for centuries engaging in countless sword fights would still have the same exact sword is laughable. As far as I know none of the movies released in the theaters never made their money back in the theaters but yet there is a bunch of movie sequels, a couple cartoons and a couple live action series.
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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Jurassic World. I liked but I find it flawed.
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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    An old early 80s movie called Deathstalker. Horrible special effects and make up and some plot holes. If the Conan movies were made by a B-movie director that is what DeathStalker is. It was entertaining and did have topless women in it. Dragon Slayer. Nice special effects for the time the movie came out.Although there did seem to be some inconsistencies in the dragon's size and some of the holes the dragon was supposed to use to get out of the cave.
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    Star Trek or Star Wars. What do you prefer.

    I like both Star Wars and Star Trek.But if I had to pick one over the other then I pick Star Trek.More movies, more series, and different cannons.
  10. This is good news. I have been wondering when this is going to to get a second season.
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    [movies and series: Dubbing or original]

    I prefer dubs. I would rather not read while watching tv.
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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Black Panther.Pretty good movie. The Last Jedi. It was okay, not great
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    Can RWBY get its home in the Anime Section?

    Cartoons are cartoons regardless of where they are made and who they are made for. I know that to the Japanese all cartoons are anime. However outside of Japan when people say anime they are specifically talking about cartoons made in Japan primarily for a Japanese audience. This is why cartoons that were outsourced to Japan don't count as anime. If it outsourced animation work counted as anime then a lot of cartons from ThunderCats to Tiny Toons would be considered anime. Heck Family Guy would be considered Korean animation if we went by where a cartoon was outsourced to. I do remember in the 1990s buying anime and it was refereed to as Japananimation. Usually when anime fans outside of Japan are trying to call a cartoon outside of Japan a anime they seem to be unaware of the fact that anime is very diverse in animation and drawing style sand is diverse in what kind of stories it tells. They think because the characters have big pan cake eyes and tells a story that's interesting them that somehow that is the criteria for what an anime is. Lots of anime don't look Sailor Moon, Naruto, Bleach, Dragon Ball Z, or even Great Teacher Onizuka. Some of it looks like Dead Leaves, Tekkonkinkreet , Mind Games, Angels Egg, Crayon Shin Chan, Cat Soup, Tale of the White Serpent, Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors, Kowabon, Cat Shit One, Belladona of Sadness, or even Japan's longest running anime series Sazae-san. Requiem from the Darkness looks like something comic book artist Sam Kieth would draw instead of what many would consider a typical anime style.
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    Can RWBY get its home in the Anime Section?

    I think trying to classify something a cartoon outside of Japan as anime because it has some of the animation and drawing styles of anime is absurd. Lot of cartoons outside of Japan borrow animation and drawing styles from cartoons inside Japan and many Japanese cartoons IE anime borrow anime and drawing styles from cartoons outside of Japan.
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    Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

    Justice league. I enjoyed it. Blade Runner. Watching this you can tell the creator of the Ghost in the Shell movie must have been a fan. I enjoyed the movie but it felt kind of slow paced Blade Runner 2040. I enjoyed it. It felt faster paced than the first movie but not as visually stunning as the first movie.
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