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#1  Edited By Hallenbeck77  Moderator
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Not interesting enough to hate, it left my memory the minute the credits hit. Can't remember much of it, honestly.

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@davillain said:

This is going to be a game you play and realize it’s all nostalgia goggles. I wish this were part of Rare Replay as it should have always been part of.

Seen from more than a few sites stating that if you own Rare Replay, it will be free as part of an update.

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@ConanTheStoner said:

Welcome bruh.

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Holy shit Cup. Damn it. Was just talking about this with the old pops the other day. "At least they haven't tried to reboot that one!"

Never ends.

I think it's supposed to be a continuation of the original series rather than a reboot--taking place 30 years after the original conclusion of the first series, and it's supposed to be a new team restarting the Quantum Leap project, trying to find out what ultimately happened to Sam Beckett.

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@mlauzon76: Three's a crowd didn't last long, barely lasted a full season.

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#5 Hallenbeck77  Moderator
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The return of Bayou Billy, or Rush 'N Attack. Now with microtransactions, season passes and battle passes!

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#6 Hallenbeck77  Moderator
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@fenriz275: Same. Prefer spinach salad over lettuce.

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I think I'm good with both. Didn't really care for--or even remember anything about--Avatar the first time around, and some extra scenes for No Way Home isn't enough for me to head into a theater.

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@uninspiredcup: Agreed. Checked out some of her other videos, and it's just that--a talented young woman doing what she loves. Nice find.

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#9 Hallenbeck77  Moderator
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Runaway Train (1985)

Two escaped convicts board a speeding train as it barrels through the frozen Alaskan wilderness. The engineer suffers a fatal attack, which sends it toward an approaching storm with no way to stop it, and the prison's cruel warden is in pursuit in a helicopter right behind them. It has atmosphere, some solid action, and great performances by the cast.

Fun fact: The film was produced & released by Cannon Films, a studio known for making schlocky B-grade films; this was one of the few attempts the studio made in making a legit prestige film, and it worked. The movie had positive reviews and the actors John Voight & Eric Robert's were both nominated for Oscars for their roles.

For those interested, it's currently on HBO Max.

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#10 Hallenbeck77  Moderator
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@with_teeth26: The second film does, in Dulles International Airport in D.C. First one takes place in L.A., with no snow.