Casino Royale (2006) — Art of the Title

(SELLING) Lots of codes for MA + Vudu + GooglePlay + iTunes. Lots of Collection Sets added. New list of iTunes added - 4K Disney + 4K Marvel + 4K Pixar. Plus more, see entire list.

All prices are firm if purchasing x1 title, don’t ask. Discounts considered for multiple purchases only.
Venmo / CashApp / PP Friends Family
All codes verified seconds before sending your way
Side notes:
Special -
i4K Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - Vertigo + The Birds + Rear Window + Psycho - iTunes $20
Bug’s Bunny 80th Anniversary Complete Collection $45 * Lot’s available but check Vudu, currently on sale for $39.99
Toy Story 1-4 - GooglePlay $18
Tremors 6-Movie Collection - MA $45 (x3 sets available but only one is priced at $45) * $5 more to add Part 7
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Xbox One code - I have been approved in the past to sell these and have sold multiple bundles of this. I have another bundle available. This will be verified on Microsoft/Xbox right before sending to you.
Dark Vertex Skin + 500 V-Bucks - $100 — Exclusive Skin for Xbox One
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Collection Sets + TV Shows
007 Daniel Craig 3-Movie - Casino Royale + Quantum Of Solace + Skyfall - Vudu $15
Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - Vertigo + The Birds + Rear Window + Psycho - MA $15
4K Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - MA $20
i4K Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - Vertigo + The Birds + Rear Window + Psycho - iTunes $20
Annabelle 3-Movie - MA $22
4K Apocalypse Now 3-Movie - Final Cut + 1979 Original + Redux - 4K Vudu or i4K $15
Ash vs Evil Dead - Complete Series - Vudu $20
Batman Complete Animated Series + x2 Bonus Movies - Vudu $40
Big Little Lies - S1 - GooglePlay $8
Bug’s Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection - Vudu $45
Daddy’s Home 1 + 2 - Vudu $10
i4K Daddy’s Home 1 + 2 - iTunes $12
i4K Despicable Me 1-3 - iTunes $15
Divergent 3-Movie - Vudu $15
Eddie Murphy 4-Movie - MA or Vudu $15 (possibly SD)
Entourage - Complete Series - GooglePlay $25
4K Fast and the Furious 8-Movie - MA $45
Fifty Shades Of Grey 3-Movie - MA $15
Game Of Thrones - Season 1-7 - GooglePlay $40
Game Of Thrones - Complete Series - iTunes $55 - Note: I have many available and you could get 1 code or 8 codes.
Game Of Thrones - Complete Series - Vudu $55 - 1 code or 8 codes
Hannibal - Complete Series - Vudu $20
4K Hobbit Trilogy, The - Theatrical + Extended - 4K MA $45
Hobbit Trilogy, The - Extended Set ONLY - HD MA $25
Hotel Transylvania 3-Movie - SD MA $12
i4K Iron Man Trilogy - iTunes $35
Jack Reacher 1 + 2 - Vudu $9
i4K Jack Ryan 5-Movie - Hunt For Red Oct + Patriot Games + Clear and Present Danger + Sum Of All Fears + Shadow Recruit - iTunes $35
Jurassic Park 5-Movie - MA $25
4K Jurassic Park 5-Movie - MA $40
i4K Kingsman 1 + 2 - iTunes $14
Leprechaun 8-Movie - Vudu $20
4K Lord of the Rings - Theatrical + Extended - 4K MA $45
Mama Mia! 2-Movie - MA $7
Maze Runner Trilogy - MA $20
The Mummy Trilogy - MA $10
The Mummy Ultimate 4-Movie Collection - Mummy 1-3 + Scorpion King - MA $15
Outlander - S1 V1 + S1 V2 + S2 + S3 - Vudu $50
i4K Pet Sematary 1989 + 2019 - iTunes $14
i4K Planet of the Apes 3-Movie - Rise + Dawn + War - iTunes $20
Rambo 5-Movie - Vudu $20
4K Rambo 5-Movie - Vudu $25
Rick and Morty S3 - Vudu $9
i4K Santa Clause Trilogy - iTunes $12
Saw Collection - Vudu $12
Scorpion King Collection - PART 1 + 3 + 4 + 5 - MA $20 — PART 2 is not available on digital
Secret Life Of Pets 1 + 2 - MA $12
The Smurfs 3-Movie - 1 + 2 + Lost Village - MA $17
The Sopranos - Complete Series - GooglePlay $30
Spider-Man 3-Movie (sam raimi) - Spider-Man 1-3 + Ex 2 + Editor’s Cut 3 - MA $20
Spider-Man 4-Movie - Homecoming + Into The Spider-Verse + Far From Home + Venom - MA $25
Star Trek 10-Movie Universe Collection - All x10 original films - Vudu $50
i4K Star Trek Kelvin Timeline Trilogy - iTunes $20
Star Wars Complete SAGA Collection - All x9 films + Rogue One + Solo - GooglePlay $55
Supernatural Season 10 - Vudu $8 (possibly SD)
Supernatural Season 11 - V
Supernatural Season 12 - V $10
Supernatural Season 13 - V $12
Toy Story 1-4 - GooglePlay $18
i4K Toy Story 1-4 - iTunes $35
Transformers 6-Movie - 1-5 + Bumblebee - Vudu $15
i4K Transformers 6-Movie - 1-5 + Bumblebee - iTunes $35
Tremors 7-Movie - Complete sci-fi creature comedy collection - MA $50
True Blood - Complete Series - GooglePlay $35
True Blood - Complete Series - iTunes $40
Twilight Complete Saga Collection - Vudu $25
Universal Monsters 6-Movie - MA $25
Vice Principals - Complete Series - iTunes $25
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4K MA
4K Birds Of Prey $8
4K Charlie’s Angels $8
4K Deadpool 2 - SDC $8
4K Despicable Me 3 $5
4K Goonies, The $8
4K Jumanji - Welcome To The Jungle $8
4K LEGO Movie $7
4K Mad Max - Fury Road $8
4K Midway $8
4K Meg, The $9
4K Men In Black International $9
4K Mortal Kombat Legends - Scorpion’s Revenge $9
4K Pacific Rim $9
4K Parasite $9
4K Rampage $10
4K Scoob! $8
4K Venom $9
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HDX Vudu — $6 each or marked price
2 Guns
Annihilation $4
Arrival
August Osage County $4
Book Club $3
Call of the Wild
Crawl $5
Dallas Buyers Club $4
Death Of Me - 2020 $8
Deepwater Horizon $5
Despicable Me 2 $3
Despicable Me 3 $3
Divergent 1 $5
Divergent 2 - Insurgent $5
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Dreamgirls
Dredd
Ex Machina $7
Expendables 2 $3
Fighter, The
Flight
Ghost In The Shell - 2017 $5
G.I. Joe Retaliation $5
Girl On The Train, The - $5
Gods Of Egypt
Gone Baby Gone
Grace Unplugged $5
Hereditary
Hercules - rock
Hugo $5
Hunger Games 1 $3
Hunger Games 2 - Catching Fire $3
Hunger Games - Mockingjay 1 $3
I Am Wraith $5
Interstellar
Last Witch Hunter, The
Legend Of Hercules, The - 2014 $5
Magnificent Seven, The
Midsommar
MI4 - Ghost Protocol $3
MI5 - Rogue Nation $3
MI6 - Fallout $3
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mummy, The - tom cruise - $4
My Little Pony - Movie
Oblivion $5
Pitch Perfect $5
Playing With Fire $5
Red 2 $4
Serenity - 2005 $5
Single Moms Club $5
Split $5
Star Trek Beyond $4
Star Trek Into Darkness $4
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 2014 $4
Terminator 5 - Genisys $5
Terminator 6 - Dark Fate $5
Transformers 3 - Dark of the Moon $3
Transformers 4 - Age Of Extinction $3
Transformers 5 - Last Knight $3
Transformers 6 - Bumblebee $4
Twilight Breaking Dawn 2 $3
Unbroken - 2014
Uncle Drew
Vivarium $7
Warm Bodies $5
Winchester $7
World War Z
XXX Return Of Xander Cage
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HD MA — $7 each or marked price
1917 $6
5th Wave $6
A Dog’s Way Home
A Good Day To Die Hard - Extended $5
American Sniper $5
Argo $4
Artist, The $6
A Star Is Born
BlacKkKlansman
Blockers - 2018
Book Of Life
The Call $5
Crazy Rich Asians $5
Deadpool 1 $5
Deadpool 2 - SDC $5
Doom Annihilation - $8
Drive - 2011 $6
Fast Five $3
Fast and Furious 6 $3
Fate of the Furious 8 $3
Ferdinand
Final Destination 5 $5
Furious 7 $3
Gallows $5
Game Night
Get Smart
Glass
Godzilla - 2014
Good Boys
Gravity $5
Green Lantern + Emerald Knights $8
Grudge Match $5
Hangover 2 $5
Hidden Figures
Hobbit 1 - Theatrical $6
Hobbit 1 - Ex $9
Hobbit 2 - Theatrical $6
Hobbit 2 - Ex $9
Hobbit 3 - Ex $9
Horrible Bosses $5
House With A Clock In Its Walls $6
Huntsman - Winter’s War - Ex $5
Isle of Dogs $6
Jack and the Giant Slayer
Jackie - 2016
Jumanji - Welcome To The Jungle
Jurassic Park 3 $5
Jurassic World $4
Just Mercy
Justice League Doom
Justice League Throne Of Atlantis
Justice League vs Teen Titans $8
Kidnap $6
King Kong - from Ultimate Edition set
King of Staten Island, The
Kong Skull Island
LEGO Batman Movie $6
LEGO Movie - Second Part $10
Les Miserables
Little Stranger, The
Live. Die. Repeat. / Edge Of Tomorrow
Longest Ride $5
Lucky One
Man Of Steel
Max $5
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Murder on the Orient Express
Nun, The
Other Side of the Door, The $9
Parasite $6
Pacific Rim 2 - Uprising
Pitch Perfect 3 $6
Prisoners
Queen and Slim $8
Ready Player One
Rio 2
Rise of the Guardians
Searching $9
Skyscraper
Slender Man
Smallfoot
Smurfs - Lost Village $5
Sorry To Bother You $8
Sound Of Music, The
Stuber
Skyscraper $6
Superman Unbound
Storks $6
Taken 2 $5
Ted 1 $5
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
Teen Titans Judas Contract
Terminator 4 - Salvation
Tremors 6 - A Cold Day In Hell
Truth or Dare?
Turning, The $11
Us $6
Warcraft $5
Wrath of the Titans
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HD iTunes — $6 or less
2 Guns $6
Aliens - part 2 $6
Bad Grandpa $5
Cult Of Chucky $5
Dallas Buyers Club $4
Death Of Me - 2020 $8
Dreamgirls $5
Fast Five $3
Fifty Shades Of Grey - Unrated $4
Fifty Shades Darker - Unrated $4
Fighter, The $5
Flight $5
Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York $5
Hugo $5
I Feel Pretty $5
Killer Elite $5
Mama $5
My Little Pony - Movie $5
Noah - 2014 $5
Pain and Gain $6
Second Act $5
Sisters - Unrated $5
SpongeBob Movie - Sponge Out Of Water $6
Ted 1 $5
Unbroken - 2014 $6
Vivarium $6
Winchester $5
World War Z $6
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i4K titles - 4K iTunes titles are $6 or less
47 Ronin $6
007 Quantum Of Solace $5
2 Fast 2 Furious $5
Addams Family - 2019
Alvin and the Chipmunks - Road Chip $6
Annihilation $5
A Quiet Place $5
Arrival $6
Book Club $3
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes $6
Deadpool 1 $6
Deepwater Horizon $5
Despicable Me 3 $5
Dora and the Lost City of Gold $6
Ender’s Game $6
Expendables 2 $5
Fast and Furious 6 $5
Fate of the Furious 8 $4
Fences $6
Furious 7 $5
Ghost In The Shell - 2017 $6
G.I. Joe Retaliation $6
Girl On The Train, The $5
Hercules - rock $6
Hidden Figures $6
Hitman’s Bodyguard $6
Home Alone 1 $6
Hunger Games 1 $5
Hunger Games Mockingjay 1 $5
Instant Family $5
Interstellar $6
Jackie - 2016 $5
Jack Reacher 1 $5
Jexi $6
John Wick 1 $6
John Wick 2 $6
Let’s Be Cops $5
Longest Ride $5
MI4 - Ghost Protocol $5
MI5 - Rogue Nation $5
MI6 - Fallout $5
Mountain Between Us $6
Night At The Museum 3 - SOTT $5
Oblivion $6
Overlord $6
Pet Sematary - 1989 $6
Pitch Perfect $5
Playing With Fire $5
Rambo - Last Blood $6
Revenant, The $6
Robin Hood - 2018 $6
Secret Life Of Pets 1 $6
Serenity - 2005 $6
Sherlock Gnomes $5
Sicario 1 $6
Sing $5
Sonic The Hedgehog $6
Split $6
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 2014 $5
Terminator 2 - Judgement Day $6
Terminator 5 - Genisys $5
Terminator 6 - Dark Fate $5
Transformers 3 - Dark of the Moon $4
Transformers 4 - Age Of Extinction $4
Transformers 5 - Last Knight $4
Transformers 6 - Bumblebee $5
Twilight Breaking Dawn 2 $3
Uglydolls $6
Uncle Drew $6
War for the Planet of the Apes $6
Warm Bodies $6
Wonder Park $5
X-Men Apocalypse $6
X-Men Days Of Future Past $6
X-Men Logan $6
XXX Return Of Xander Cage $5
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4K iTunes - Redeem directly in your iTunes account (HD titles are marked with ***)
101 Dalmatians - 1961 *** $6
Aladdin - 2019 $6
Aladdin - Animated *** $7 (possibly 4K)
Ant-Man $7
Ant-Man and the Wasp $7
Avengers 2 - Age Of Ultron $7
Avengers 3 - Infinity War $5
Avengers 4 - Endgame $5
A Wrinkle In Time $5
Bambi 2 *** $7
Beauty and the Beast - 2017 $7
Beauty and the Beast - Animated $7
Big Hero 6 $6
Captain America - Civil War $8
Captain Marvel $5
Cars 2 $7
Cars 3 $7
Cinderella - 1950 *** $7
Cinderella - 2015 $7
Coco $5
DisneyNature - Born In China *** $6
Doctor Strange $7
Finding Dory $5
Finding Nemo $7
Fox and the Hound 2 *** $7
Frozen $5
Frozen 2 $6
Good Dinosaur $6
Guardians of the Galaxy V1 $7
Guardians of the Galaxy V2 $5
Hercules - 1997 *** $7
Incredibles 1 $7
Incredibles 2 $5
Into The Woods *** $6
Iron Man 3 $7
Jungle Book - 2016 $6
Jungle Book 2 *** $8
Lady and the Tramp 1 *** $7
Lady and the Tramp 2 *** $7
Lilo and Stitch 2 - Stitch Has A Glitch *** $8
Lion King - 2019 $6
Lion King - Animated $7
Little Mermaid 1 $7
Lone Ranger *** $7
Maleficent 1 $7
Moana $7
Monsters, Inc. $8
Monsters University $8
Mulan 2 *** $7
Peter Pan - 1953 *** $8
Peter Pan 2 - Return To Neverland *** $8
Pete’s Dragon - 2016 *** $8
Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales $6
Planes *** $7
Planes 2 - Fire and Rescue *** $7
Queen of Katwe *** $6
Ralph Breaks The Internet $6
Robin Hood - 1958 *** $6
Rogue One - A Star Wars Story $4
Sleeping Beauty - 1959 *** $6
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs *** $7
Solo - A Star Wars Story $7
Star Wars 7 - Force Awakens $5
Star Wars 8 - Last Jedi $5
Thor 2 - Dark World $7
Thor 3 - Ragnarok $7
Three Musketeers - Mickey + Donald + Goofy *** $7
Toy Story 1 $7
Toy Story 3 $7
Wall-E $8
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GooglePlay HD — Redeem directly in GooglePlay — $5 each or marked price
Aladdin - 1992
Aladdin - 2019
Aladdin 2 $7
Aladdin 3 $7
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Ant-Man $6
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Aristocats $8
Avengers 1
Avengers 2 - Age Of Ultron
Avengers 3 - Infinity War $4
Avengers 4 - Endgame $4
A Wrinkle In Time
Bambi 2
Beauty and the Beast - Animated
Beauty and the Beast - 2017
Black Panther $4
Bolt $8
Brave
Call of the Wild
Captain America - Civil War
Captain America - First Avenger
Captain Marvel $4
Cars 1
Cars 2
Cars 3
Christopher Robin
Cinderella - 2015
Coco
Disney Nature - Born In China
Doctor Strange
Dumbo - 2019
Dumbo - Animated $8
Finding Dory $3
Finding Nemo $7
Fox and the Hound 1
Fox and the Hound 2
Frozen 1
Frozen 2
Good Dinosaur
Guardians of the Galaxy V1
Guardians of the Galaxy V2 $3
Hercules - 1997 $8
Hocus Pocus
Incredibles 2
Inside Out
Iron Man 3
Jungle Book - 2016
Lady and the Tramp 1
Lilo and Stitch 1 $8
Lilo and Stitch 2 $8
Lion King - 2019
Lion King - Animated $8
Little Mermaid 2
Little Mermaid 3
Maleficent 1
Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh $8
Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins Returns
Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Million Dollar Arm
Moana
Monsters University $7
Mulan 1
Mulan 2
Nightmare Before Christmas
Nutcracker and the Four Realms $4
Onward $6
Peter Pan 1 $7
Pete’s Dragon - 2016
Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell No Tales
Planes 1
Pocahontas 1 $7
Pocahontas 2 $7
Princess and the Frog $6
Ralph Breaks The Internet
Robin Hood - Animated $7
Rogue One - A Star Wars Story $3
Santa Clause Trilogy $10
Sleeping Beauty $7
Spies In Disguise $8
Sword In The Stone $7
Tangled $7
Thor 2 - Dark World
Thor 3 - Ragnarok
Toy Story 1
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Toy Story 4
Up $7
Wall-E $8
Winnie The Pooh - A Very Merry Christmas $6
Wreck-It Ralph $7
Zootopia
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SD titles — $3.50 each or marked price — iTunes titles do not have quality shown on slip, assume SD
Adventures Of Tintin - iTunes
All Star Superman - iTunes
Alpha - MA
Angry Birds Movie 2 - MA
Appaloosa - iTunes
Arthur Christmas - MA
Call Me By Your Name - MA
Chappie - MA
Cowboys and Aliens - iTunes
Bad Boys For Life
Brave - iTunes
Due Date - iTunes
Equalizer 2 - MA
Fast and the Furious 1 - iTunes $3
2 Fast 2 Furious - iTunes $3
Fast and the Furious 3 - Tokyo Drift $3
Fury - MA
Gran Torino - iTunes
Hall Pass - iTunes
Hangover 1 - iTunes
Heaven Is For Real - MA
Hotel Transylvania 2 - MA
Interview - MA
Jake and the Never Land Pirates - Peter Pan Returns!
Jonah Hex - iTunes
Miss Bala - MA
Paul - iTunes
Perfect Guy, The - MA
Rambo - 2008 - iTunes
Roman J. Israel, Esq - MA
Sausage Party - MA
Season of the Witch, The - iTunes
Sicario 2 - Day of the Soldado - MA
Slender Man - MA
Star Trek 1 - iTunes
Taken 1 - iTunes
Up - iTunes
Walk, The
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Other stuff
2 Guns - CA iTunes $4
Bate’s Motel - Season 1-3 - $35 - this is for Vudu UK accounts only
Book Of Life - CA GP $4
Call of the Wild - MA $5
Equilibrium - GP $9
Guardians of the Galaxy V1 (6FV4) - $6 MA
Hunger Games - Mockingjay 2 - GP $3
The Thing - 2011 - CA GP $4
X-Men Origins Wolverine - CA GP $4
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(SELLING) Lots of codes for MA + Vudu + iTunes. Many 4K titles for iTunes + MA. Lots of Collection Sets. 4K Fast and the Furious + Alfred Hitchcock + i4K Iron Man + Hannibal + Star Wars Saga + more. 4K MA titles + HDX Vudu titles + 4K iTunes titles

All prices are firm. I’ve priced them at the lowest I will accept.
Venmo / CashApp / PP Friends Family
All codes verified seconds before sending your way
Side notes:
Special -
Bug’s Bunny 80th Anniversary Complete Collection $45 * Lot’s available but check Vudu, currently on sale for $39.99
Tremors 6-Movie Collection - MA $45 (x3 sets available but only one is priced at $45) * $5 more to add Part 7
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Xbox One code - I have been approved in the past to sell these and have sold multiple bundles of this. I have another bundle available. This will be verified on Microsoft/Xbox right before sending to you.
Dark Vertex Skin + 500 V-Bucks - $100 — Exclusive Skin for Xbox One
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Collection Sets + TV Shows
007 Daniel Craig 3-Movie - Casino Royale + Quantum Of Solace + Skyfall - Vudu $15
4K Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - Vertigo + The Birds + Rear Window + Psycho - MA $20
i4K Alfred Hitchcock 4-Movie - Vertigo + The Birds + Rear Window + Psycho - iTunes $20
Annabelle 3-Movie - MA $22
4K Apocalypse Now 3-Movie - Final Cut + 1979 Original + Redux - 4K Vudu or i4K $15
Ash vs Evil Dead - Complete Series - Vudu $20
Batman Complete Animated Series + x2 Bonus Movies - Vudu $40
Big Little Lies - S1 - GooglePlay $8
Bug’s Bunny 80th Anniversary Collection - Vudu $45
Daddy’s Home 1 + 2 - Vudu $10
i4K Daddy’s Home 1 + 2 - iTunes $12
i4K Despicable Me 1-3 - iTunes $15
Divergent 3-Movie - Vudu $15
Eddie Murphy 4-Movie - MA or Vudu $15 (possibly SD)
Entourage - Complete Series - GooglePlay $25
4K Fast and the Furious 8-Movie - MA $45
Fifty Shades Of Grey 3-Movie - MA $15
Game Of Thrones - Season 1-7 - GooglePlay $40
Game Of Thrones - Complete Series - iTunes $55 - Note: I have many available and you could get 1 code or 8 codes.
Game Of Thrones - Complete Series - Vudu $55 - 1 code or 8 codes
Hannibal - Complete Series - Vudu $20
4K Hobbit Trilogy, The - Theatrical + Extended - 4K MA $45
Hobbit Trilogy, The - Extended Set ONLY - HD MA $25
Hotel Transylvania 3-Movie - SD MA $12
i4K Iron Man Trilogy - iTunes $35
Jack Reacher 1 + 2 - Vudu $9
i4K Jack Ryan 5-Movie - Hunt For Red Oct + Patriot Games + Clear and Present Danger + Sum Of All Fears + Shadow Recruit - iTunes $35
Jurassic Park 5-Movie - MA $25
4K Jurassic Park 5-Movie - MA $40
i4K Kingsman 1 + 2 - iTunes $14
Leprechaun 8-Movie - Vudu $20
4K Lord of the Rings - Theatrical + Extended - 4K MA $45
Mama Mia! 2-Movie - MA $7
Maze Runner Trilogy - MA $20
The Mummy Trilogy - MA $10
Outlander - S1 V1 + S1 V2 + S2 + S3 - Vudu $50
i4K Pet Sematary 1989 + 2019 - iTunes $14
i4K Planet of the Apes 3-Movie - Rise + Dawn + War - iTunes $20
Rambo 5-Movie - Vudu $20
4K Rambo 5-Movie - Vudu $25
Rick and Morty S3 - Vudu $9
i4K Santa Clause Trilogy - iTunes $12
Saw Collection - Vudu $12
Scorpion King Collection - PART 1 + 3 + 4 + 5 - MA $20 — PART 2 is not available on digital
Secret Life Of Pets 1 + 2 - MA $12
The Smurfs 3-Movie - 1 + 2 + Lost Village - MA $17
The Sopranos - Complete Series - GooglePlay $30
Spider-Man 3-Movie (sam raimi) - Spider-Man 1-3 + Ex 2 + Editor’s Cut 3 - MA $20
Spider-Man 4-Movie - Homecoming + Into The Spider-Verse + Far From Home + Venom - MA $25
Star Trek 10-Movie Universe Collection - All x10 original films - Vudu $50
i4K Star Trek Kelvin Timeline Trilogy - iTunes $20
Star Wars Complete SAGA Collection - All x9 films + Rogue One + Solo - GooglePlay $55
Supernatural Season 10 - Vudu $8 (possibly SD)
Supernatural Season 11 - V
Supernatural Season 12 - V $10
Supernatural Season 13 - V $12
i4K Toy Story 1-4 - iTunes $35
Transformers 6-Movie - 1-5 + Bumblebee - Vudu $15
i4K Transformers 6-Movie - 1-5 + Bumblebee - iTunes $35
Tremors 7-Movie - Complete sci-fi creature comedy collection - MA $50
True Blood - Complete Series - GooglePlay $35
True Blood - Complete Series - iTunes $40
Twilight Complete Saga Collection - Vudu $25
Universal Monsters 6-Movie - MA $25
Vice Principals - Complete Series - iTunes $25
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4K MA
4K Birds Of Prey $8
4K Charlie’s Angels $9
4K Deadpool 2 - SDC $9
4K Despicable Me 3 $5
4K Ferdinand $9
4K Goonies, The $8
4K Jumanji - Welcome To The Jungle $9
4K LEGO Movie $7
4K Mad Max - Fury Road $8
4K Midway $8
4K Meg, The $9
4K Mortal Kombat Legends - Scorpion’s Revenge $9
4K Pacific Rim $9
4K Parasite $9
4K Rampage $10
4K Scoob! $8
4K Venom $9
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HDX Vudu — $6 each or marked price
2 Guns
Annihilation $4
Arrival
Book Club $3
Crawl $5
Death Of Me - 2020 $8
Deepwater Horizon $5
Despicable Me 2 $3
Despicable Me 3 $3
Divergent 1 $5
Divergent 2 - Insurgent $5
Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Dreamgirls
Dredd
Ex Machina $7
Expendables 2 $3
Fighter, The
Flight
Ghost In The Shell - 2017 $5
G.I. Joe Retaliation $5
Girl On The Train, The - $5
Gods Of Egypt
Gone Baby Gone
Grace Unplugged $5
Hereditary
Hercules - rock
Hugo $5
Hunger Games 1 $3
Hunger Games 2 - Catching Fire $3
Hunger Games - Mockingjay 1 $3
I Am Wraith $5
Interstellar
Last Witch Hunter, The
Legend Of Hercules, The - 2014 $5
Magnificent Seven, The
Midsommar
MI4 - Ghost Protocol $3
MI5 - Rogue Nation $3
MI6 - Fallout $3
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Mummy, The - tom cruise - $4
My Little Pony - Movie
Oblivion $5
Pitch Perfect $5
Playing With Fire $5
Red 2 $4
Serenity - 2005 $5
Single Moms Club $5
Split $5
Star Trek Beyond $4
Star Trek Into Darkness $4
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 2014 $4
Terminator 5 - Genisys $5
Terminator 6 - Dark Fate $5
Transformers 3 - Dark of the Moon $3
Transformers 4 - Age Of Extinction $3
Transformers 5 - Last Knight $3
Transformers 6 - Bumblebee $4
Twilight Breaking Dawn 2 $3
Unbroken - 2014
Uncle Drew
Vivarium $7
Warm Bodies $5
Winchester $7
World War Z
XXX Return Of Xander Cage
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HD MA — $7 each or marked price
1917
5th Wave $6
A Dog’s Way Home
A Good Day To Die Hard - Extended $5
American Sniper $5
Argo $4
A Star Is Born
BlacKkKlansman
Blockers - 2018
Book Of Life
The Call $5
Crazy Rich Asians $5
Deadpool 1 $5
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Fate of the Furious 8 $3
Ferdinand
Final Destination 5 $5
Furious 7 $3
Gallows $5
Game Night
Get Smart
Glass
Godzilla - 2014
Good Boys
Gravity
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Grudge Match
Hangover 2 $5
Hidden Figures
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Hobbit 3 - Ex $9
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Jack and the Giant Slayer
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Jurassic Park 3 $5
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Just Mercy
Justice League Doom
Justice League Throne Of Atlantis
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Kidnap $6
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Kong Skull Island
LEGO Batman Movie $6
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Les Miserables
Little Stranger, The
Live. Die. Repeat. / Edge Of Tomorrow
Longest Ride $5
Lucky One
Man Of Steel
Max $5
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
Murder on the Orient Express
Nun, The
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Pitch Perfect 3 $6
Prisoners
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Rio 2
Rise of the Guardians
Searching $9
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Slender Man
Smallfoot
Smurfs - Lost Village $5
Sorry To Bother You $8
Sound Of Music, The
Stuber
Superman Unbound
Taken 2 $5
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
Teen Titans Judas Contract
Terminator 4 - Salvation
Tremors 6 - A Cold Day In Hell
Truth or Dare?
Turning, The $11
Us $6
Warcraft $5
Wrath of the Titans
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2 Guns
Aliens - part 2 $6
Bad Grandpa
Cult Of Chucky $5
Death Of Me - 2020 $8
Dreamgirls
Fast Five $3
Fifty Shades Of Grey - Unrated $4
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Fighter, The
Flight $5
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Hugo $5
I Feel Pretty $5
Killer Elite
Mama $5
My Little Pony - Movie $5
Noah - 2014 $5
Pain and Gain
Pulp Fiction $8
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Sisters - Unrated $5
Sound Of Music, The
SpongeBob Movie - Sponge Out Of Water
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Arrival
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Deadpool 1
Deepwater Horizon $5
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Ender’s Game
Expendables 2 $5
Fast and Furious 6 $5
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Fences
Furious 7 $5
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G.I. Joe Retaliation $6
Girl On The Train, The $5
Hercules - rock
Hidden Figures
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Home Alone 1
Hunger Games 1 $5
Hunger Games Mockingjay 1
Instant Family $5
Interstellar
Jackie - 2016
Jack Reacher 1 $5
Jexi
John Wick 1 $6
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Overlord $6
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Pitch Perfect $5
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Rambo - Last Blood $8
Revenant, The
Robin Hood - 2018
Secret Life Of Pets 1 $6
Serenity - 2005
Sherlock Gnomes $5
Sicario 1 $6
Sing $5
Sonic The Hedgehog $8
Split $6
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Terminator 2 - Judgement Day $8
Terminator 5 - Genisys $5
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Twilight Breaking Dawn 2 $3
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War for the Planet of the Apes
Warm Bodies $6
Wonder Park $5
X-Men Apocalypse $6
X-Men Days Of Future Past $6
X-Men Logan $6
XXX Return Of Xander Cage $5
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Aladdin - 2019
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Avengers 1
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Bambi 2
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Brave
Call of the Wild
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Captain America - First Avenger
Captain Marvel $4
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Cars 3
Christopher Robin
Cinderella - 2015
Coco
Disney Nature - Born In China
Doctor Strange
Dumbo - 2019
Dumbo - Animated $8
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Fox and the Hound 2
Frozen 1
Frozen 2
Good Dinosaur
Guardians of the Galaxy V1
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Incredibles 2
Inside Out
Iron Man 3
Jungle Book - 2016
Lady and the Tramp 1
Lilo and Stitch 1 $8
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Lion King - Animated $8
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Little Mermaid 3
Maleficent 1
Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh $8
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Mary Poppins Returns
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Moana
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Nightmare Before Christmas
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Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Toy Story 4
Up $7
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Bad Boys For Life
Brave - iTunes
Due Date - iTunes
Equalizer 2 - MA
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2 Fast 2 Furious - iTunes $3
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Hall Pass - iTunes
Hangover 1 - iTunes
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Hotel Transylvania 2 - MA
Interview - MA
Jake and the Never Land Pirates - Peter Pan Returns!
Jonah Hex - iTunes
Paul - iTunes
Perfect Guy, The - MA
Rambo - 2008 - iTunes
Roman J. Israel, Esq - MA
Sausage Party - MA
Season of the Witch, The - iTunes
Sicario 2 - Day of the Soldado - MA
Slender Man - MA
Star Trek 1 - iTunes
Taken 1 - iTunes
Up - iTunes
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Equilibrium - GP $9
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Every movie I watched in 2020

My wife and I started writing down every movie we watched at the start of 2020, and tracked dates watched, genres, and "venue" (streaming service, theater, TV, etc. -- the height of the "theater" bar on the graph tells the whole story of 2020 for me). Also every time either of us said "we should watch " we added it to a list to watch later. And though we have our favorite movies that we watch over and over again, we agreed not to watch any movie twice all year.
Executive summary:
Count Date Day Title Venue Genre
1 1/1/2020 Wed Whiplash Apple Drama
2 1/10/2020 Fri 1917 Theater Drama
3 1/11/2020 Sat Wonder Boys Amazon Drama
4 1/12/2020 Sun District 9 BD Sci-Fi
5 1/19/2020 Sun Team America: World Police Apple Comedy
6 1/20/2020 Mon The Old Man and the Gun HBO Drama
7 1/25/2020 Sat The Gentlemen Theater Drama
8 1/25/2020 Sat In Bruges Apple Comedy
9 1/31/2020 Fri General Magic Apple Documentary
10 2/1/2020 Sat Bad Boys for Life Theater Action
11 2/2/2020 Sun The Hunger Games TV Adventure
12 2/2/2020 Sun The Hunger Games: Catching Fire TV Adventure
13 2/5/2020 Wed The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 1 TV Adventure
14 2/6/2020 Thu The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt. 2 TV Adventure
15 2/7/2020 Fri No Country for Old Men BD Drama
16 2/8/2020 Sat Booksmart Apple Comedy
17 2/9/2020 Sun The Big Sick Apple Comedy
18 2/14/2020 Fri Thor: Ragnarok Disney+ Action
19 2/15/2020 Sat Guardians of the Galaxy Disney+ Action
20 2/19/2020 Wed The Devil Wears Prada Plane Comedy
21 2/21/2020 Fri Downhill Theater Drama
22 2/26/2020 Wed La La Land Apple Musical
23 2/29/2020 Sat The Big Short Apple Drama
24 3/1/2020 Sun The Godfather Part II Apple Drama
25 3/13/2020 Fri The Shawshank Redemption Netflix Drama
26 3/15/2020 Sun Serenity Apple Sci-Fi
27 3/21/2020 Sat Deadpool Apple Action
28 3/26/2020 Thu Shazam! HBO Comedy
29 3/27/2020 Fri Ex Machina Netflix Sci-Fi
30 3/28/2020 Sat Forrest Gump TV Drama
31 3/28/2020 Sat Back to School TV Comedy
32 3/29/2020 Sun Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Apple Comedy
33 4/3/2020 Fri The American President TV Drama
34 4/5/2020 Sun Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, MO Apple Drama
35 4/10/2020 Fri Bad Words Apple Comedy
36 4/11/2020 Sat Parasite Hulu Drama
37 4/16/2020 Thu Robin Hood Disney+ Comedy
38 4/19/2020 Sun Blade Runner 2049 Apple Sci-Fi
39 4/26/2020 Sun O Brother, Where Art Thou? Apple Comedy
40 4/29/2020 Wed Bad Education HBO Drama
41 5/1/2020 Fri Forgetting Sarah Marshall Apple Comedy
42 5/2/2020 Sat The Man from UNCLE Apple Action
43 5/9/2020 Sat Joker Apple Drama
44 5/10/2020 Sun When Harry Met Sally TV Comedy
45 5/16/2020 Sat The Way Back Apple Drama
46 5/17/2020 Sun Hell or High Water Apple Drama
47 5/18/2020 Mon Good Boys HBO Comedy
48 5/21/2020 Thu The Holiday TV Drama
49 5/22/2020 Fri Chef Apple Comedy
50 5/24/2020 Sun The Accountant Apple Action
51 5/28/2020 Thu Uncut Gems Apple Drama
52 5/29/2020 Fri Smoke Signals Apple Comedy
53 5/31/2020 Sun Hustlers Showtime Drama
54 5/31/2020 Sun Casino Royale BD Action
55 6/6/2020 Sat Making Waves Apple Documentary
56 6/11/2020 Thu Ford vs. Ferrari Apple Drama
57 6/12/2020 Fri Goodfellas Apple Drama
58 6/13/2020 Sat Mary Poppins Apple Musical
59 6/14/2020 Sun The Martian Apple Sci-Fi
60 6/18/2020 Thu Sideways Apple Drama
61 6/26/2020 Fri Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs BD Comedy
62 6/28/2020 Sun Brittany Runs a Marathon Amazon Comedy
63 7/2/2020 Thu Knives Out Amazon Drama
64 7/3/2020 Fri Minority Report Showtime Sci-Fi
65 7/4/2020 Sat Garden State Apple Comedy
66 7/5/2020 Sun The Rookie Disney+ Drama
67 7/9/2020 Thu A League of Their Own Apple Comedy
68 7/11/2020 Sat Grosse Pointe Blank Apple Comedy
69 7/14/2020 Tue Almost Famous Apple Drama
70 7/16/2020 Thu Sicario Apple Drama
71 7/18/2020 Sat Innerspace HBO Sci-Fi
72 7/19/2020 Sun School of Rock Apple Comedy
73 7/20/2020 Mon The Birdcage TV Comedy
74 7/22/2020 Wed Long Shot HBO Comedy
75 7/23/2020 Thu True Grit Amazon Drama
76 7/24/2020 Fri Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga Netflix Comedy
77 7/26/2020 Sun Ocean's 11 BD Drama
78 7/31/2020 Fri Sneakers Apple Drama
79 8/1/2020 Sat Ghostbusters Theater Comedy
80 8/7/2020 Fri The Guard Apple Comedy
81 8/8/2020 Sat The Princess Bride Apple Comedy
82 8/9/2020 Sun An American Pickle HBO Comedy
83 8/13/2020 Thu Baby Driver Apple Action
84 8/14/2020 Fri Mallrats Apple Comedy
85 8/18/2020 Tue Vivarium Amazon Drama
86 8/20/2020 Thu Rocketman Amazon Drama
87 8/21/2020 Fri Birds of Prey: Harley Quinn HBO Action
88 8/22/2020 Sat The Prestige Apple Drama
89 8/28/2020 Fri Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Disney+ Fantasy
90 8/29/2020 Sat Cosmos Apple Sci-Fi
91 8/31/2020 Mon Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Disney+ Fantasy
92 9/5/2020 Sat Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Disney+ Fantasy
93 9/9/2020 Wed Bohemian Rhapsody HBO Drama
94 9/6/2020 Sun Solo: A Star Wars Story Disney+ Fantasy
95 9/7/2020 Mon Bill and Ted Face the Music Apple Comedy
96 9/11/2020 Fri Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Disney+ Fantasy
97 9/12/2020 Sat Star Wars: A New Hope Disney+ Fantasy
98 9/13/2020 Sun Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Disney+ Fantasy
99 9/14/2020 Mon The House Bunny Amazon Comedy
100 9/17/2020 Thu Star Wars: Return of the Jedi Disney+ Fantasy
101 9/23/2020 Wed Swingers Showtime Comedy
102 9/24/2020 Thu Morning Glory Showtime Comedy
103 9/25/2020 Fri The Silence of the Lambs Showtime Drama
104 9/26/2020 Sat Star Wars: The Force Awakens Disney+ Fantasy
105 9/27/2020 Sun Star Wars: The Last Jedi Disney+ Fantasy
106 10/2/2020 Fri Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Disney+ Fantasy
107 10/7/2020 Wed The Nice Guys HBO Comedy
108 10/9/2020 Fri Away We Go Apple Comedy
109 10/17/2020 Sat Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark Netflix Adventure
110 10/23/2020 Fri The Way I See It TV Documentary
111 10/24/2020 Sat Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Netflix Adventure
112 11/1/2020 Sun Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Netflix Adventure
113 11/7/2020 Sat Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Netflix Adventure
114 11/15/2020 Sun Who Framed Roger Rabbit TV Comedy
115 11/20/2020 Fri Pick of the Litter Netflix Documentary
116 11/27/2020 Fri The Royal Tenenbaums Amazon Comedy
117 11/28/2020 Sat Birdman Apple Drama
118 11/29/2020 Sun Guardians of the Galaxy Apple Action
119 12/4/2020 Fri Constantine HBO Drama
120 12/6/2020 Sun Paddington 2 Apple Comedy
121 12/6/2020 Sun Batman Begins BD Action
122 12/11/2020 Fri The Dark Knight BD Action
123 12/12/2020 Sat Happiest Season Amazon Comedy
124 12/12/2020 Sat Last Holiday TV Comedy
125 12/12/2020 Sat Wall-E Apple Comedy
126 12/14/2020 Mon Good Morning Christmas TV Comedy
127 12/15/2020 Tue The Hunt Apple Comedy
128 12/19/2020 Sat Christmas in Vienna TV Drama
129 12/20/2020 Sun Die Hard HBO Action
130 12/23/2020 Wed Love Actually Apple Comedy
131 12/23/2020 Wed Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Apple Fantasy
132 12/24/2020 Thu The 12th Date of Christmas TV Comedy
133 12/24/2020 Thu Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Apple Fantasy
134 12/25/2020 Fri Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Apple Fantasy
135 12/25/2020 Fri Mr. and Mrs. Smith BD Action
136 12/26/2020 Sat Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 Apple Fantasy
137 12/26/2020 Sat Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 Apple Fantasy
138 12/27/2020 Sun The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy BD Comedy
139 12/28/2020 Mon Christmas at the Plaza TV Drama
140 12/29/2020 Tue Moneyball BD Drama
141 12/30/2020 Wed Wonder Woman 1984 HBO Action
142 12/31/2020 Thu The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Apple Fantasy
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My Predictions (and Fantasy Booking) For Full Gear and Beyond

I should mention up front that this is by no means the card that I predict with accuracy nor is this what I believe AEW should do in the short and long term. All this is is a fantasy booking card that I would like to see based on the small build thus far and how I would go about booking this show if it were left up to me. Mostly, I just tend to get extremely excited about future events and enjoy fantasy booking in general, though this will be the first time I have ever published something like this on a public forum. Obviously Khan and the talent have a much clearer vision than I do, and no matter what they decide to do here, it will almost certainly be better than mine. I’m probably wrong here, but at least I had a lot of fun doing it.
Having said that, here’s my card in reverse order:
1) MJF def. Jon Moxley (c) to win the AEW World Championship
This feels like exactly the right time and the right person to take the title from Moxley. MJF has been positioning himself as a star of the company, would make a good face for the company, has almost perfect abilities with the mic, and can actually wrestle while putting on a good show. Not to mention the fact that he has a perfect reason for a rematch: Jon Moxley cheated by using the Paradigm Shift at All Out. MJF has no shortage of future contenders (as I’ll get to later) and can be a high end attraction for AEW’s future events.
MJF could win this match cleanly if he could (he can almost certainly out-wrestle Moxley), but if they’re worried about hurting Moxley by losing, MJF could win with a little help from his future friends from the Inner Circle.
2) Thunder Rosa def. Hikaru Shida (c) and Dr. Britt Baker to win the AEW Women’s World Championship
This was a weird one to come up with mainly because of the lack of exposure the Women’s division is receiving as well as the lack of talent depth. In recent weeks they have been pushing Britt Baker despite losing to Big Swole (who has been absent), so this match and result is what makes the most sense to me. I understand that Thunder Rosa is contracted with NWA and the company may be hesitant to put the title on her, but hear me out:
Thunder Rosa gets over huge and out of every woman on the roster, seems to be most poised to take the title. If for whatever reason (travel, contractual obligations, etc…) she cannot defend the title at Revolution 2021, she would be forced to relinquish the title, setting up a match for the vacant title come next show.
So my plan would be to have Thunder Rosa pin Britt Baker to win the championship, thus protecting Hikaru Shida in case the title needs to be vacated. After Thunder Rosa wins the title, Big Swole comes out and lays waste to the three already exhausted women, cutting a promo on how she beat Britt Baker and should have been the only contender for this title.
This would set up a program between Thunder Rosa vs Big Swole in 2021 or Hikaru Shida vs Big Swole if the title needs to be vacated.
It would behoove AEW to invest further into a deeper Women’s roster and give these women more time to shine on a weekly basis.
3) FTR (c) def. Best Friends to retain the AEW World Tag Team Championship
These two teams just had one of the most brilliant street fights on Dynamite a few weeks ago and this feud does not seem to be over. These two teams are destined to have a great tag team match on PPV and this is the time to do it.
The Young Bucks seem to be positioning for the titles, but right now doesn’t seem to be the time to do it. FTR are new champions and they have really good chemistry and really good athletic abilities capable of turning in a showstopper of a match. FTR need to retain their titles here and the Best Friends are the team to defend against.
I’m going with non-stipulation here because I think these four men can put on a great show without a gimmick.
4) Cody def. Mr. Brodie Lee in a Non-Title Deathmatch
I know these two have a Dog Collar Match coming up next week on Dynamite, but this has been a feud going on for some time and it has reached a boiling point. Much like the Tag Title defense, it would feel like robbery ending such a well put together feud on television. I also realize that “deathmatch” is an extreme word in wrestling circles, but that’s what this feels like. Street Fight, Hardcore Match, No DQ, whatever you want to call it.
Recently in an interview, Cody mentioned that he was planning on talking to Tony Khan about having these types of matches on the program, and depending on how that conversation went, this seems like a great place to start that.
Also, I’m listing this as a non-title match because it would keep the title on Brody for the time being and also because I believe the TV title should be defended exclusively on Dynamite. As a side note, it feels weird with Cody not being able to challenge for the World Championship any time in the future, which is why I think they need to implement an Intercontinental Championship with the same level of prestige that New Japan has that Cody could chase.
5) Kenny Omega def. Lance Archer in the #1 Contender’s Match for the AEW World Championship
It is WAY too soon to pull the trigger on an Omega championship reign, I realize this, but his track record in single’s competitions is so poor that this is the only outcome here that would give him the push Omega needs to eventually become Champion. It’s also not necessarily his fault, either. In a lot of those matches he took the loss to get over Jericho, Pac, and Moxley. It was the right thing to do at the time and led to an incredible tag team run, but now is the time to focus on single’s competitions, and winning this tournament seems to be a good fast track to do it.
I booked his opponent as Lance Archer, mainly because I do not believe he has a chance to beat Moxley at the anniversary show but still feel like he deserves a shot at a big match on PPV, and in my mind, there is no bigger match than facing Kenny Omega in single’s competition as Omega has the innate ability to get his opponent over with the crowd in a loss.
6) Chris Jericho and Jake Hager def. The Young Bucks, SCU, and Private Party in a Four Team Elimination Match to Determine the #1 Contenders for the AEW World Tag Team Championship
Probably not going to happen by any stretch of the imagination, but this does a few things: It sets up a Tag Team Championship match for Revolution, it gets The Young Bucks in the show (always a big draw), it gets exposure to SCU and Private Party, and it also cements Jericho/Hager as an official team in the Tag Team Division.
SCU and Private Party would be eliminated first, leaving The Young Bucks and Jericho Hager as the final two teams. There are a number of ways The Young Bucks could take the loss without hurting their rankings for a future title shot. They could get themselves disqualified by the antics they have been displaying on Dynamite or there could be interference from the Inner Circle and/or MJF/Wardlow.
7) Orange Cassidy wins the Casino Battle Royale
I could have gone a number of ways here, but Orange Cassidy was my decision because he is OVER AS HELL with the crowd as a babyface, not to mention the fact that Orange Cassidy and MJF would be a huge television draw for a title match on Dynamite. Cassidy hasn’t been positioned to be a main eventer (yet), and MJF could certainly out-wrestle him, but this would make for a highly entertaining Dynamite main event between Full Gear and Revolution.
8) Lucha Bros and Eddie Kingston def. Jurassic Express and Adam Page
The reason I booked this match here was for two reasons: 1) I think it would be highly entertaining and would get all this talent on the show and 2) It would tell a perfect story of Adam Page being unwilling to accept his destiny as a single’s competitor. In my perfect vision, Page would be severely intoxicated during the match, making mistakes, and ultimately costing his team the win. As Jungle Boy attempts to talk some sense into him, Adam Page stumbles off the set and Kingston rolls him up for the pin.
9) Darby Allin and Will Hobbs def. Ricky Starks and Brian Cage
You guessed it, another well set up feud that does not deserve to end on television. I do not have any particular notes or ideas of how this should go though it does seem destined to have some sort of stipulation attached to it. I am not entirely sure if AEW would pull the trigger on this one, but some sort of variation of this match seems destined to me.
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Future Main Events:
Revolution 2021: MJF def. Kenny Omega
Still too soon to pull the trigger
Double or Nothing 2021: MJF def. Adam Page
This sets up Page as a contender, but still too soon
All Out 2021: MJF def. Chris Jericho
In my fantasy booking, Jericho and MJF allied themselves during Full Gear (2020), but the way the story is progressing, it seems to be building towards this match.
Full Gear 2021: Kenny Omega def. MJF
A full year, Full Gear to Full Gear. This would seem to be a good point to have Kenny Omega finally crowned as champion.
Revolution 2022: Kenny Omega def. Adam Page
This would be the first match of an ideal trilogy to rival Flair vs Steamboat, Gargano vs Cole, and Omega vs Okada. Maybe it’s too soon here but right now, it feels right. Something would have to happen in this match to set up a rematch for...
Double or Nothing 2022: Kenny Omega def. Adam Page
Match #2 of the trilogy, this time Page gets defeated cleanly and no rematch seems to be on the horizon.
All Out 2022: Kenny Omega def. Kazuchika Okada
I’m just joking here. I’m leaving this blank because it feels like a variable. If Adam Page is going to beat Omega for the title then Omega needs to appear extremely strong, so this title match will be kept open for now depending on new arrivals or who gets pushed.
Full Gear 2022: Kenny Omega def. AJ Styles
Again, just a joke. Same as above, this is kept open for whoever appears to be the strongest contender based on what happens and who gets over in the next year or so.
Revolution 2023: Kenny Omega def. ______________
Same as the last two main events.
Double of Nothing 2023: Adam Page def. Kenny Omega
This is it, the final match of the trilogy where Adam Page is finally crowned as the guy of the company. The story would go something like this: After losing the hypothetical Intercontinental Championship, Adam Page goes on a huge downward spiral and “leaves” the company for a few months only to return at Revolution completely sober and changed where he wins the rights to challenge Kenny Omega one last time and were he to lose this match, he would never challenge for the title again.
Naturally, even when fantasy booking, we can never guarantee match quality, but assuming there are no unfortunate injuries and both talents are in prime shape, this would be the closest to that seven star Omega/Okada match from 2018.
Adam Page wins a nearly one hour contest.
Other Notes
I realize that I may be horribly wrong in every single one of these predictions, but I thought it was fun nonetheless and wanted to share them. If anyone thinks this will plan out differently for whatever reason, feel free to message me at any time and we can talk about bookings, AEW, NJPW, or whatever (I'm a fairly amusing guy all things considered). For the time being, I'm going to plug these matches into Fire Pro Wrestling World and watch them all plan out.
Cheers!
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Book Jon Moxley’s AEW World Championship Reign - Part 3: Blood Feuds, Ancient and Modern

Jon Moxley has now surpassed a year as AEW World Champion and what a 365 days. Last time we started with him and Fénix doing battle after an intense build, seeing Kurt Angle get involved at one point. They had a great bout that ended in the death of Death Triangle, after Pentagon Jr. turned on his brother out of a cocktail of feelings: hate, jealously, anger, spite and more. This led us into Full Gear, where Pac also got involved and ended the 4 month saga between Jon Moxley and Death Triangle with a huge Four-way main event between everyone, seeing Jon retain his title.
We then learned more about Moxley’s year in NJPW - how he lost his IWGP United States Championship to Will Ospreay early in the year and then went on hiatus to pursue glory in AEW. Hiromu Takahashi would soon become the first non-Gaijin to win the title and go into Power Struggle with the title. After a successful defence against Juice Robinson, Jon Moxley would challenge Hiromu to a Winner Takes All Match with both their titles on the line at Wrestle Kingdom 15. This match would happen, with Moxley winning and entering his third reign with the title.
Lastly was Revolution where the third instalment of the Omega/Moxley series took place - and this time it was a 30-minute Iron Man Match. Kenny had become an ultra mega dick heel after Full Gear; refusing to speak anything but Japanese, having a geeky translator by his side at all times, having burned every bridge he crossed and lambasting in it. But there was an air of trade by about it - Kenny no longer had any friends. This was made present have he snapped on Jon when they tagged together. Jon exposes that Riho, Nakazawa, Page, The Bucks - not even Ibushi were his friends anymore. They fought to a 2-2 draw, with Jon only barely scratching out the win. This is the set up for where we begin now...
Book Jon Moxley’s AEW World Championship Reign - Part 3: Blood Feuds, Ancient and Modern
Revolution is in the rear view mirror but Kenny Omega will not rest until this injustice is righted. Jon barely won at a Revolution - only winning by a draw and having to scrape that out anyways. Omega is back to talking in English because he doesn’t like his translator anymore - and hits the One Winged Angel on him. Kenny wants to beat Moxley fair and square. Jon tells him next week he won’t be getting a singles match for the title, so what’s he gonna get? A tag match? Not like he has any friends who will want to help him out. Omega interrupts him on that. “Funny you say, Jon. I think you’re forgetting I’m the EVP around here, and I can make stuff happen. I can make myself some new friends. Would you like to meet them?” That’s when Kip Sabian and Miro run down to the ring and assault Jon.
A Blood and Guts Match is confirmed for the March 31 edition of Dynamite, between Team Moxley and Team Omega. It will be four-on-four, both guys need to fill out their squads for then. With two weeks left of Dynamites to go before the big fight, Miro and Moxley fight. Jon scrapes out a win after Darby Allin skates down to his rescue to prevent Kip Sabian from interfering. Will Hobbs soon joins the fray to take down Miro. It’s now three men on either side, and the go home week we will discover both teams fourth men. Kenny hyped up his fourth man as “The New Muscle”. He tells Jon he may not know him right now, but reeeaaal soon he will. Mox retorts that his fourth man is someone Kenny knows very well. In the main event both teams will have a contract signing and reveal their fourth men.
Moxley’s is Adam Page, who comes out and assaults Omega with words. Omega’s man does an assault too, but is more a psychical one. “Meet Schaff, ladies and gentlemen!” Kenny declares before a giant man sprints down the ring and wrecks SHIT UP. SCHAFF HAS ARRIVED TO AEW! So it’s set: Team Moxley (Adam Page, Darby Allin, Jon Moxley and Will Hobbs) vs. Team Omega (Kenny Omega, Kip Sabian, Miro and Schaff) - Blood and Guts Match. Last year saw Omega and Page compete, but they had a rough time of it. This year starts off as Omega/Moxley, and soon Schaff joins the fray. Darby Allin comes to the rescue though. Then Kip, then Hangman. Lastly are the two big guys: Will Hobbs and Miro. This is where we enter The Match Beyond. Chaos ensues; including a spot of Darby doing a Coffin Drop off the roof into everyone. In the end Omega hits a Super One Winged Angel on Moxley, but hurts himself in the process and can’t cover. Instead Kip Sabian does it, and gets the win for his team.
Kip Sabian is now in line for an AEW World Championship match, but says he doesn’t want it - he just cares about his TNT Championship. This leaves the AEW World Champion #1 Contender a mystery, but it will be solved with a Casino Ladder Match on Dynamite. April 14 is when it’s announced, and we immediately get people confirmed. Schaff and Miro will take part due to both being on the winning team, as well as some guys high up on the rankings in Pentagon Jr, MJF and Brian Cage. Shawn Spears will represent The Four Horseman, Brodie Lee representing The Dark Order and Kenny Omega for nearly getting the pin. The ninth man is of course a mystery. The week before the match on April 28, Moxley runs down every competitor and all their flaws. The ninth man is the returning Fénix! Coming back from injury after having his arm broken for a second time by Pentagon Jr.
MJF wins the match with some help from Wardlow, and heads into May as the #1 Contender. There’s four weeks of Dynamite let until Double or Nothing, and I would keep a lot of the actual MJF/Moxley build the same. You can’t do the whole presidential campaign shtick since there would be no election in May 2021, but you can still do MJF petitioning that he the rightful man to lead the charge of AEW for the next 25 years - not a scrub like Jon. Jon takes offence to this, and calls out MJF as a man who doesn’t know a thing about getting extreme, because all he knows is being privileged and being protected by a gush of wind. May 19 episode of Dynamite then is where we see MJF commit a brutal assault on Jon, busting him open and flogging him with a belt. This leaves Jon’s back blistered and bruised. The go home week is the same contract signing, but they agree to a Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match - a match especially designed by Jon to be the most violent match AEW has ever seen. MJF agrees to compete in it. “We didn’t even need to break the table” says Jon.
Double or Nothing 2021:
Jon Moxley vs. Maxwell Jacob Friedman - Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match for the AEW World Championship
Double or Nothing has been an incredible show so far, with the Dallas crowd have been loving it all night. We’ve reached our main event, and Maxwell Jacob Friedman walks out first as the challenger. He comes out with his private lawyer, Mark Sterling, as well as his family. We see his millionaire parents in the front row, with them isolated from the fans as they don’t want to be near lesser people. Moxley meanwhile walks out, but when he reaches the guardrail he sits down beside MJF’s parents to get a picture. Mox then says he’s got his own buddy - AND OUT COMES NICK GAGE!! He was meant to be in the All Out Casino Battle Royale, but was injured. I’d love him in AEW but the TNT executives would probably run for their lives at the sight of him with an open mic, so here he is supporting his buddy. Gage takes MJF’s parents seats, who walk away and prefer to stand than sit beside him.
MJF and Moxley both step inside through the door, and it is then locked shut, with chains wrapped around to prevent no escape. As well as that, barbed wire is wrapped around the top of the cage walls. The bell is rung but neither attack each other straight away. They take a moment to embrace where they are. No escape, in a cage of death. On the floor beside them is a barbed wire board, and in each corner is a pane of glass. Another barbed wire board is leaning against the ropes, and on the opposite side is a board of mouse traps. A bag of thumbtacks is on the floor, a chainlink of chairs is against the wall, and various light tubes are stuck to the walls. They both walk around and look at everything, taking in what they’ve signed up for. MJF looks scared, but for the first time we’ve ever seen - so does Jon Moxley.
They start off with a collar and elbow, which MJF gets into a headlock. He Irish whips Moxley out to the ropes, who rebounds but is caught with a shoulder block. MJF then drops and gets him in another headlock, which he gets into a head scissors. Moxley escapes and they’re back to their feet, which is then put into a another collar and elbow. This time Jon slips behind into a waistlock, and slams him down! Then Mox gets in his first headlock. Eventually he’s had enough and lifts MJF UP INTO A MOXICITY ONTO THE BARBED WIRE BOARD. He walks over to the cameraman outside the door and tells him “it’s time for some fucking garbage wrestling.” He then grabs a light tube off the wall and advances towards a writhing Friedman.
He pulls the light tube up and goes to smash it down, but FRIEDMAN WITH A LOW BLOW!! HE SPITS IN JONS FACE!! Jon is blinded and stumbles backwards. He doesn’t seem the LIGHT TUBE BEING SMASHED OVER HIS HEAD!! Jon then falls to the floor as MJF is now on top. JR slowly realises “we’ve only ever seen Maxwell as the arrogant, cocky and brash douchehead- but we have never seen him go to such extreme places. He has this dark place in his mind that he goes to, and when there’s no escape in this cage there’s no escape from that place in his mind.” Mox falls back to a glass window but doesn’t fall through. Jon runs forward at MJF, and they start to trade trying to snatch the light tube remains. Eventually MJF gets hold and SMASHES IT OVER MOX’S BACK, AND THEN SMASHES THE TWO LEFTOVER REMAINS INTO HIS HEAD!! Jon falls in a heap.
MJF GOES FOR A FRIEDMAN ARMBAR SPECIAL BUT MOX ROLLS OUT INTO HIS OWN!! They lay in the pile of glass as Mox wrenches the hold. MJF escapes and scurries for the ropes. MOX THEN HITS HIM WITH A DROPKICK INTO THE CHAINLINK CHAIRS!! He tries MJF’s arms up in the ropes to hold him still, and STARTS TO SWING THE LINK OF CHAIRS AGAINST MJF. He keeps going and going, making MJF feel how he did during that flogging. He eventually lets go after 10, and MJF falls to the floor with a bloody face. Moxley seems happy with his work and wipes some of MJF’s blood onto his own face. Nick Gage passes him some spikes through the cage gaps, and shoves a baseball bat in too. Wardlow runs out to fight with Gage, WHO HITS HIM WITH A PILEDRIVER ONTO THE OUTSIDE!! Meanwhile inside the ring, MJF sets up both barbed wire boards on top of each other. MJF THEN HITS MOX WITH A DOUBLE CROSS ONTO THE BARBED WIRE PILE!!!! 1...............2...........KICK OUT!!!
MJF grabs a spike and the bat and shouts at Nick Gage, telling him to try and save his friend. He places the spike on Mox’s forehead, and TAPS THE SPIKE WITH HIS BAT!! Mox’s is now gushing and his face is painted with a crimson mask. MJF THEN SEES NICK GAGE CLIMBING UP THE SIDE OF THE CAGE!! He climbs up and the two try and knock each other off, but can’t get past the barbed wire mesh. The distraction is enough that Moxley can set up the board of mouse traps below them. He climbs up and starts to bang his fist against MJF’s back. MJF KNOCKS MOXLEY OFF, AND GOES FOR A SWANTON BOMB!! HE DIVES - BUT MOXLEY MOVES OUT THE WAY!!! MJF CRASHES DOWN ONTO THE BOARD OF MOUSE TRAPS!! MOXLEY COVERS!! 1.............2.........KICK OUT!!!!
Mox grabs the chainlink chairs and snips two off, and folds them upright. He places a glass sheet across the seats of them, and then another on top of that across the handles. He brings MJF over to try and HIT A SUPER PARADIGM SHIFT THROUGH THE GLASS TOWER! MJF STOPS HIM, AND GOES FOR A BACK BODY DROP!! MOXLEY STOPS, AND STARTS TO CLIMB UP THE CAGE WALL! MJF CLIMBS AFTER HIM!! SUPER SOUTH HAMPTONS PLUNGE FROM THE CAGE WALL THROUGH THE STACK OF WINDOWS!!!! HE THEN CLIMBS UP FOR A SWANTON BOMB TO FINISH IT!! With blood and glass everywhere, MJF is going to become the AEW World Champion. BUT THEN MOXLEY GETS UP!! MJF TRIES TO KICK HIM IN THE HEAD TO KNOCK HIM OFF! MOXLEY CROTCHES MJF!! Moxley meanwhile grabs the remaining two glass sheets, and all the light tubes. He stacks them on top to make a glass catastrophe. MJF KICKS MOXLEY IN THE HEAD AGAIN AND STARTS TO CLIMB THE SIDE OF THE CAGE WALL!! MOXLEY FOLLOWS AFTER HIM!!! AIR RAID CRASH BY MOX THROUGH THE PILE OF GLASS DEATH!!! 1..................2...................3!!!!!!!!!
Jon Moxley defeats Maxwell Jacob Friedman (25:56)
The match at Double or Nothing is in the rear view mirror and it sure grabbed people’s attention. Moxley and MJF killed each other so much that they take weeks off after Double or Nothing to heal. It was a proper CZW style deathmatch, between two former CZW World Heavyweight Champions. Fyter Fest is the next show in line and that is where we will see AEW make their Japanese debut. In collaboration with DDT Pro Wrestling, Tokyo Joshi Pro Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling - AEW will host a Supershow. Moxley returns on June 10th, where he confirms that he’s been told that him and Kota Ibushi will face off in a non-title match at Fyter Fest in the main event. This receives a pop.
Jon says he’s excited for the match as he wanted this at Wrestle Kingdom 15, but his commitments in AEW got in the way again. He did lose his IWGP United States Championship to Jay White however at Wrestling Hinokuni however. Ibushi last year said in an interview with Sports Illustrated about a match with Jon Moxley in the G1 Finals: “I have never had a match against him, so I do want to have such an opportunity. The first time that I have that chance is in the G1 fighting at the final.” Ibushi says once again in a NJPW interview that “I still want that match with Jon Moxley, but I don’t feel nervous. He is not credible enough because of his lack of ability to keep hold of the United States Championship. That is my opinion on Moxley-san.” Jon feels the sting of that.
At Fyter Fest, they main the show in a 30-minute epic. Moxley has done several of these thus far against guys like Pac and Kenny Omega, and Ibushi wrestles a similar fast paced style. But the thing both these guys have in common is THEY ARE LUNATICS. Ibushi hits a Phoenix Splash to the outside at one point, and also takes a Gotch-style Piledriver from the top rope. Moxley meanwhile takes a Canadian Destoryer off the apron through a table. Ibushi is the only NJPW representative wrestling on the show. He fights for his company, wanting to prove he is worth the IWGP Heavyweight Championship he lost to Hiroshi Tanahashi earlier in the year. The finishing sequence sees Moxley slide under a leapfrog and go for a waist lock, WITH IBUSHI FLIPPING OVER AND HITTING A KAMIGOYE FOR THE WIN!!! After this Jon takes to the mic and says he wants to face the new IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Tetsuya Naito. Champion vs. Champion, for Naito’s belt. He gets this match as it’s confirmed for the upcoming G1 Special in USA before the thirty-first G1 Climax begins.
G1 Special in Dallas:
Tetsuya Naito (c) vs. Jon Moxley - IWGP Heavyweight Championship
Naito has had quite the year thus far. He started off as the Intercontinental Champion, having successfully defended against Will Ospreay on Night One of Wrestle Kingdom as part of the second ever Double Gold Dash, but lost in the main event of Night Two to Kota Ibushi for both belts. He then went on to lose the New Japan Cup Finals to Tomohiro Ishii after a gruelling bout. He would get his redemption though as at Dominion he defeated IWGP Heavyweight Champion, Hiroshi Tanahashi to win the gold. Now he heads into the G1 Climax as part of Block A, but first him and Jon Moxley will have a non-title Champion vs. Champion Match here tonight. Jon comes out with Shooter who holds his belts for him, while Jon takes in the Dallas crowd reaction. This is the second time these two men have faced off, last time being two years ago on Night 10 of the 29th G1 Climax – when Moxley first arrived to the company, and won.
Tetsuya Naito is very slow in his entrance, very much taking his time with his arrival. He raises a fist to the Ingobernables in particular, one junior in the crowd gets special treatment - #LIJIsForTheChildren. Jon tries for a collar and elbow to begin but Naito falls to the ground and lays in the corner. He just has a stroll around ringside – every 20 seconds rolling back in, just to roll back out. He has a nap on the floor while Moxley gets restless. Naito offers his hand for a collar and elbow, but just turns it into a fist to the sky. JON THEN GRABS HIM AND GOES FOR A LARIAT! NAITO DUCKS AND LANDS AN ARM DRAG! MOX IS THROWN INTO THE ROPES AND LOOKS TO BE ON THE RECEIVING END OF A CHOP…but El Ingobernable relaxes and pats Jon on the chest, and throws his hands up in surrender. He then lies down as the One True Tranquillo.
Moxley has had enough and lifts Naito up for an Irish whip. He predicts Naito stopping before Jon connects his move, and so hits a SNAP DDT! JON IRISH WHIPS HIM TO THE CORNER AND HITS A FOREARM SMASH!! HE FOLLOWS WITH A RUNNING BULLDOG!! MOXLEY THEN GOES FOR A RUNNING CROSSBODY!! NAITO CATCHES WITH A KICK TO THE MIDSECTION! HE THEN LIFTS MOXLEY UP FOR A DRAGON SUPLEX! JON ROLLS TO THE CORNER WHERES HES HIT BY A BASEMENT FOLLOWED BY SLINGSHOT DROPKICK COMBO!! Naito then rolls back and places the LIJ fist to Moxley’s prone head. He rolls outside and grabs his most coveted item – his LIJ cap, and places it on. He lies in the ropes and waits for Jon to get up. When he does reach his feet, MOXLEY PULLS TETSUYA OUT AND HITS A TORNADO DDT!! HE THEN HITS NAITO WITH A FRONT DROPKICK WHILE HES IN THE ROPES, TAKING HIM OUTSIDE!!
They now are on the floor. Moxley sweeps both legs and starts to unload a flurry of punches. He then lifts Naito up for a DEATH RIDER, BUT NAITO ROLLS FORWARD AND HITS A GERMAN SUPLEX!! He then grabs Moxley by the back of the head and brings him to the timekeepers’ area. They fight on the top of his desk. They start trading elbows on there, AND THEN NAITO HITS A SUPER HURRICANERANA THROUGH THE COMMENTARY TABLE!! MOXLEY FLIES OVER THE HEAD OF JUSHIN THUNDER LIGER AND CRASHES THROUGH THE TABLE!! His legs hit off the guardrail so its like he’s folded in a heap of broken wood. Once they’re back up, Moxley refuses to be thrown in by Naito, instead kicking him in the gut and throwing him in instead. Jon then hits a Rolling Release Suplex! 1……2….KICK OUT!! MOXLEY THEN LANDS THE RUNNING CROSSBODY FOLLOWED BY A SERIES OF PUNCHES TO THE DOME!!
MOXLEY GOES FOR A PARADIGM SHIFT, BUT NAITO FLOATS OVER AND HITS A GLORIA!!! HE FOLLOWS BY RUNNING THE ROPES AND HITTING A SOMMERSAULT SENTON!!! 1…...2….KICK OUT!!! Naito then realises he needs to try the Destino. MOXLEY PREDICTS IT AND HITS A BIG ELBOW STRIKE!! He headbutts Naito into the ropes, and then runs up for a FRONT DROPKICK!! NAITO GETS OUT THE WAY AND MOXLEY GOES TO THE APRON!! NAITO THEN HITS A VALENTIA ONTO THE APRON!! They both fall to the floor like a ton of bricks. The IWGP Heavyweight Champion is first up and rolls back in, where he takes a nap. Jon meanwhile waits for his neck to turn back from being dust. He gets back in and flies in with a DIVING ELBOW DROP!!
Moxley now takes Naito out and its his turn to deliver the pain. HE GOES FOR A PILEDRIVER ONTO THE APRON!! NAITO GETS OUT, BUT EATS SHIT WITH AN APRON DEATH VALLEY DRIVER!! Moxley then takes him out to the crowd for a public beating. He throws him to the floor and bangs down punches while the fans count each one. He then gives rest to soak in their response. He sees Tetsuya getting up, WHO THEN HITS A FLYING FOREARM SMASH!! HE THEN IRISH WHIPS HIM INTO THE GUARDRAIL!! Moxley falls over, and IS THEN HIT BY A FLYING CROSSBODY FROM NAITO!! NAITO THROWS HIM INSIDE AND HITS A EVOLUCION!! 1……….2……KICK OUT!!!! JON THEN GETS UP AND BLINDLY SWINGS, NAITO TURNS INTO POLVO DE ESTRELLA!! HE RUNS THE ROPES – AND IS CAUGHT BY A KNEE TO THE GUT!! DEATH RIDER BY MOXLEY!!! 1………2…….KICK OUT!!!!!!! THE DEATH RIDER IS KICKED OUT OF BY THE IWGP HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION!!!
JON MOXLEY THEN HITS A HIGH-ANGLE GERMAN SUPLEX!! NAITO GETS UP AND HITS A ROLLING WHEEL KICK!! SOMMERSAULT SENTON!! HE CLIMBS THE TOP ROPES, LOOKING FOR SOMETHING. COULD IT BE? THE STARDUST PRESS?!?!? MOXLEY CLIMBS AFTER HIM AND GOES FOR AN AIR RAID CRASH, BUT NAITO GETS OUT AND HITS A LANZA TO THE BACK OF MOX!!! HE HITS A BIG BOOT AND RUNS THE ROPES – BUT IS CAUGHT BY A BIG BOOT!! HE STUMBLES, AND THEN THEY BOTH RUN THE ROPES FOR STEREO CLOTHESLINES! Instead of the expected double down, NAITO RUNS UNDER AND GOES FOR A DESTINO!! MOXLEY CATCHES IN THE REAR NAKED CHOKE!!! THIS ENDED THE MATCH LAST TIME!! TETSUYA NAITO IS ABOUT TO FADE! UNTIL HE ESCAPES AND HITS A DESTINO!!!!!! 1……….2………….3!!!!!!!!!!! Tetsuya Naito defeats Jon Moxley (27:29)
Jon Moxley then goes on to enter the G1 Climax. He competes in the A Block, which looks like this:
While Block B looks like:
Yes, Kenny Omega makes his return to NJPW as part of the G1 Climax and is one of the most controversial names in modern NJPW - after The Elite exodus was a bit messy. Moxley or Omega don’t show up on Dynamite for the whole of the G1, which causes some uproar in the company. The TNT Title becomes the main championship while a Yugi-Oh style Duelist Kingdom tournament takes place. People compete over poker chips on Dynamite, and then all those who have chips fight in a tournament to determine the winner - who then is allowed to enable an “anytime, anywhere” match for the AEW World Championship. I think it’s a cool idea and it takes concepts from anime and Lucha Underground - I’m sold.
Adam Page works his ass off to earn chips, jumping over hurdle after hurdle to reach the top. Meanwhile Brodie Lee wins a chip off of Marko Stunt, and then has his cronies win chips for him that are then handed over to them. This punches his ticket straight to the finals - which earns the ire of Hangman. They face off in early August. Then when Jon Moxley returns, he comes back as a villain amongst the roster. Adam Page specifically who has been building as the new ace of AEW in Omega and Moxley’s absence is especially annoyed. He calls out Jon for being a bad champion. While he respects him for surpassing 500 days as AEW World Champion, he doesn’t just get to slack off to Japan while the rest of the roster go to war with each other for a CHANCE at his title, meanwhile he’s off losing that tournament in Japan.
Jon then tries to retort, but for the first time ever he’s booed. The fans are annoyed he’s left for a month for his other commitments. Moxley then says “well I don’t care if you like me or not because guess what - I’ve been champion for over 500 days and have defended it successfully 9 goddamn times.” They boo him louder. Jon looks like he regrets saying that. Page then tells him “well if you don’t care then there’s a viable replacement who does - me. I’ll can knock you out of your trance because I have this anytime, anywhere match clause. And you know what Jon? I’m enabling it. I will wish you the best in your future endeavours - at All Out.” The crowd pop. “Fine.” Jon says and storms off. Page leads a cowboy shit chant to close the segment.
So the match is made, and Jon doesn’t know what to do. He was a man of the people, but one tour in Japan later and he’s now an ego obsessed douche. But Jon refuses to believe he is this - no, the FANS are the ego obsessed douches. Jon explains this in an interview. Tony then tells him “well, look around you kid. Will Hobbs doesn’t want to associate with you anymore. Darby Allin don’t got your back anymore. Sting isn’t proud anymore. Adam Page is completely against you. Is it that everyone around you are just against you in a big conspiracy?” Jon dissects that, and feels it sink in the truth. “You called out Kenny Omega for burning every bridge when he became inflated with his own self. I’m seeing that in you.” Jon stays silent. “Heck, you even said the fans were the real champions 18 months ago when you won the title. Now they’re the enemy?” Jon simply says “guess so.” and walks off.
All Out 2021:
Jon Moxley vs. Adam Page - AEW World Championship
This is set to be Moxley’s tenth defence of his AEW World Championship, and tonight marks his 547th day as AEW World Champion. Adam Page comes out on a horse, with Excalibur noting “may Hunter Horse Helmsley rest in peace.” The fans lead him in a “Cowboy Shit” chant, all raising their alcoholic beverage glasses to the air at him. He is most certainly the fan favourite in this scenario. Jon Moxley usually walks out through the crowd because he always belived them to be safer to be a part of than the locker room – but this time it’s through the curtain and down the ramp. He’s booed at his arrival, and doesn’t know how to react to not being who he thought he was – or not knowing who he thought THEY were. Adam Page goes for a handshake before the match which earns applause. Moxley looks angry at them cheering him for such a small act, and spitefully accepts the offer. PAGE THEN BEGINS THE MATCH STRAIGHT AWAY WITH A MOONSAULT FALLAWAY SLAM!!! 1……...2…….KICK OUT!!!!!
WOW! What a start. Jon gets up, shocked by the sudden attack. Page shrugs at him and heads to his corner again. Mox gets really annoyed at what Hangman just tried. Page runs for him but IS CAUGHT BY A KNEE TO THE GUT!! MOXLEY THEN HITS A CROSSBODY TO THE FLOOR AND STARTS TO UNLOAD PUNCHES TO PAGE!! He lets go when the ref threatens to ring the bell. HE LIFTS PAGE UP FOR A SUPLEX! PAGE GETS OUT AND HITS A SUPERKICK!! HE GOES FOR A POWERBOMB BUT MOXLEY PUSHES HIM DOWNWARDS AND STARTS TO ELBOW THE SCALP OF HANGMAN! PAGE SLIDES UNDER HIM AND HITS A DISCUS FOREARM SMASH WHEN JON TURNS AROUND!! GERMAN SUPLEX!!! 1……..2…..KICK OUT!! MOXLEY THEN HEADBUTTS PAGE AND HITS HIM WITH A DROPKICK INTO THE ROPES!! Page falls outside and Moxley follows him out there.
HE FOLLOWS OUT WITH A SUICIDE DIVE I MEAN! Page falls up the ramp where Moxley entered from. MOXLEY GOES FOR A PARADIGM SHIFT THROUGH THE RAMP!! PAGE GETS OUT AND RUNS FOR THE RING; ASAI MOONSAULT TO MOXLEY!!! PAGE THEN HITS A FALLAWAY SLAM ONTO THE RAMP!! They both lay there in hurt from all the moves they just hit each other with. Hangman and Jon both shuffle back in under the ropes. Jon pulls himself up by the turnbuckles, and waits for Hangman. HE THEN RUNS UP FOR A TORNADO DDT OFF THE ROPES!! 1……KICK OUT!! The crowd applaud loudly and Mox is ballistic. “HOW DARE YOU!” he says before going for a forearm smash. HANGMAN SLIPS UNDER WITH A SUPERKICK TO THE CHIN! HE THEN RUNS UP THE RAMP AND BACK DOWN FOR A BUCKSHOT LARIAT!! MOXLEY CATCHES HIM WITH A MOXICITY!! PAGE REVERSES INTO A CUTTER!! Now they’re both down.
Hangman sits down at the bottom turnbuckle while he waits for Jon to get up. Jon gets up in the opposite corner. They then rise up at the same time. PAGE GOES FOR A CLOTHESLINE BUT MOXLEY WITH A HANGING SOCCER KICK!! Page stumbles back but rebounds with a forearm smash. MOXLEY THEN HITS HIM WITH A PENDELUM LARIAT!! Jon soaks it in for a moment, befor falling to cover. PAGE WITH A BOOT TO THE HEAD! HE GETS UP AND IRISH WHIPS JON INTO A CORNER DROPKICK!! HE TRIES FOR A RITE OF PASSAGE!! MOXLEY REVERSES AND APPLIES A REAR NAKED CHOKE!!! PAGE ESCAPES AND RUNS TO THE CORNER – BUT SO DOES MOXLEY WHO HITS HIM WITH A FOREARM SMASH! HE FOLLOWS WITH A RUNNING BULLDOG!!! 1………..2……….KICK OUT!!!!!!!!
Page rolls outside to recover and Moxley lays on the apron. He walks around ringside for a moment and takes in the crowd reaction to him. He looks at a chair set up nearby, and starts to advance. HANGMAN THEN HITS HIM WITH A FRONT DROPKICK TO THE BACK, KNOCKING HIM INTO THE CHAIR!! Moxley topples over and now Page waits on the apron. HE DIVES OFF WITH A SHOOTING STAR PRESS!! HE THEN THROWS JON INSIDE AND GOES FOR A BUCKSHOT LARIAT!! CONNECTS!! 1……….2……..KICK OUT!!!! JON THEN GETS UP AND STARTS TO SLAP THE SHIT OUT OF PAGE!! He slaps him over and over while shouting. “YOU. WILL. NEVER. TAKE. MY. CROWN” he says in tandem with every slap. After the one said alongside “crown.” PAGE ONCE AGAIN SLIDES UNDER FOR A SUPERKICK!! HE HITS THE CRACKER BARREL!! He can’t get the cover however.
Page pulls himself up and looks to end it. He gets cocky and tries to hit Moxley with the Paradigm Shift – BUT MOXLEY SLIPS OUT AND HITS THE REAL PARADIGM SHIFT!!! 1…...….2……..KICK OUT!!!!! HANGMAN IS RESILENT TO THE PARADIGM SHIFT!!! MOXLEY THEN LIFTS HIM UP FOR A PILEDRIVER, BUT PAGE ROLLS BACK AND HITS A CRACKER BARRELL AGAIN!! He then starts to climb the ropes with Moxley, and reach the top turnbuckle. HE’S LOOKING FOR AN AVALANCHE SWINING NECKBREAKER TO END IT!! MOXLEY JUMPS DOWN!! PAGE TRIES FOR A SHOOTING STAR PRESS, BUT JON SCURRIES UP THE TURNBUCKLES AND HITS A SUPER PARADIGM SHIFT!!! 1……….2………..3!!! MOXLEY HAS DEFENDED HIS AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SUCCESFULLY FOR THE TENTH TIME, AND PINNED HANGMAN ADAM PAGE TO RETAIN!! THE ERA OF MOXLEY HAS NOT COME TO A CLOSE JUST YET!!! Jon Moxley defeats Adam Page (22:02)
All Out is done, and Moxley has defended his belt successfully for a tenth time. But at what cost? He originally stated the real champions were the fans - but look at him. He’s calling them ego obsessed douches. JR says that he never knew what being hated felt like and went into defence mode - he didn’t know what else to do and the jealously of Adam Page fuelled the fire. But with Page dealt with, that’s in the rear view mirror. There are 12 weeks left until the next PPV in Full Gear, so exactly 3 months. Before we get into what transpires over those 3 months, let’s go back to our antagonist we haven’t touched upon fully since March - Kenny Omega.
At Double or Nothing Kenny Omega would face off against Kip Sabian at Double or Nothing in a losing effort. This would send Kenny on a spiral of redemption, as he fill into pit of his own ego over the summer. A trip back to a Japan and a match with Kota Ibushi later and Omega was back on track. He returned to the States no longer the bad guy he was. He apologised to everyone and especially the fans when he came back, and said he wants to lead them into the next era of AEW. This is what triggers Moxley. The week after All Out, Kenny Omega is seen with Adam Page backstage comforting him on the loss. They seem to be buddies again. Moxley walks past and sees this, and then walks off angry. Next week then is when Moxley snaps on, who runs off on Omega. “You accept him but not me? Why because he’s now a soft?” Jon asks.
He then feels Omega’s soft touch the week after - in the form of the barbed wire broom. After some hardcore cleaning Omega explains why he has got redemption. “Because I am not insecure, Jon. I accept failures, I can overcome being pushed away. You can’t, Jon. You aren’t able to function without the support of the fans. They’re the crutch of your title - and without them it’s falling apart.” We build towards October 6: AEW Homecoming, where we will see Kenny Omega and Adam Page team up to take on Jon Moxley and a mystery partner. That mystery partner is spoken about by Moxley. “Me and him used to be close, but like everyone he left me. He’s the only guy who will give me a second chance, and for that I’m grateful.” Is it perhaps Will Hobbs? Is it the debut of Nick Gage? Someone we haven’t met?
Well it’s none of the above - it’s Darby Allin. Allin has forgiven Moxley and is back to help him. The match main events and runs 20 minutes with limit ad breaks, and the finish sees Page and Omega double pin Jon after a Buckshot Lariat + V-Trigger combo. This means they both are earned a title match in the future. The week after Moxley has his promo where he says he is looking for forgiveness - but not asking, he doesn’t deserve to request. A man can dream though. The match is then made by Jon himself. “Kenny - our saga has three singles matches so far. The score is currently 2-1-0, but sanctioned as 1-1-0. At Full Gear we will settle it - in our last ever bout. A Last Chance Match. If Kenny wins he will never challenge for the title again. There will be No Time Limits to prevent another draw. And most specially, it will be a Three Degrees of Pain Match.
This is elaborated upon as being essentially a Three Stages of Hell Match. Moxley will choose one stipulation, Omega will choose another, and then The Khan Family will choose the third. Omega says his stipulation will be a standard Singles Match. Moxley’s will be a Barbed Wire Massacre. Then Nik Sobic speaks on behalf of Shad and Tony Khan to announce the third stipulation will be...a Three-way Match with “Hangman” Adam Page. If Hangman wins his fall, he will be added to the rest of them. If not, whoever wins between Moxley and Omega earns the point. In case of a 3 way tie, it goes to sudden death. Everyone agrees to this in the contract signing beforehand. Two years on from when it begun - Omega and Moxley put their war to an end.
Full Gear 2021:
Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega - Last Chance No Time Limit Three Degrees of Pain Match for the AEW World Championship
Moxley gets the first, Omega gets the second, Omega then wins. The reign ends at 623 days.
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Skyfall (Bond 23 Review)

Skyfall (Bond 23 Review)
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Probably the best made Bond film, though it just misses the top five because of several factors. Skyfall feels different from Craig’s first two films. It made the wise decision of not referencing lingering plot threads from previous films, allowing it to stand on its own. Perhaps, this is why Quantum of Solace and Spectre are not well-regarded: they tried to build off previous installments and retroactively hurt the stories of their predecessors.
Skyfall draws heavily from the past, returning to the style of earlier entries. Casino Royale is my favorite Bond film, but I do think it was heavy-handed in in its attempts to differentiate Craig from previous Bonds. Bond responding with “Do I look like I give a damn?” when asked if he wants his martini shaken or stirred feels less like a mythology gag and more of a dig against the tropes the franchise created. Shaking up the formula is fine, but changing too much runs the risk of losing what made the franchise what it was in the first place. I appreciated how Skyfall simultaneously deconstructed (an overused word today) and reconstructed the character.
As jarring as it is to see Bond go from being a loose cannon novice to a veteran closer in characterization to the previous Bonds, Craig’s played out Bond addicted to alcohol is quite close to the novels, and nicely picks up where the Dalton films left off. Skyfall realized that Casino Royale was a one-time thing and returning to the formula while adding enough fresh elements was the right way to go. Licence To Kill and Skyfall proved that the films can still be fresh without stripping back almost every aspect of the films.
The cast is great. Judi Dench gets an expanded role as M and it is nice to see her relationship with Bond become a strong focus. As sad as it was to see Dench go, I think her character had a fitting end. Skyfall repeats quite a few beats from previous films, but integrates them quite nicely. Javier Bardem’s Silva is similar to Christopher Walken’s Zorin due to both being major psychopaths. Bardem’s first scene was fantastic and I thought the concept of Bond facing off against a former MI6 agent was done much better than in GoldenEye, where Sean Bean’s Trevelyan was pretty much your typical Bond villain in the end. The mid-plot twist where Silva “wanted to get caught” was the worst aspect of the film for me though, and Q was quite idiotic for plugging in a known cyber-terrorist’s computer into MI6’s servers. Also, the train almost hitting Bond underground made no sense unless Silva had predicted that Bond would follow him. He definitely should have come up with a better plan for preventing Bond from stopping Silva’s assassination of M. Bond films are not the best written films, but they made up for their inconsistencies by not taking themselves seriously. A problem with the Craig films is that they take themselves seriously, but also fall prey to poor writing. This only makes their flaws more evident, which is why Spectre is a mess. Bérénice Marlohe has a small role as Severine. She is similar to Andrea Anders, another ill-fated Bond girl who wants to leave her life as mistress to the villain. The love scene with Bond is a bit off considering she was a child sex slave, but I would not go so as far as to call it rape. The late Albert Finney is nice as Kincade, though one can only imagine how it would have been if Sean Connery accepted the role as intended. After ten years, Q and Moneypenny return, portrayed by Ben Wishaw and Naomie Harris respectively. No one can ever beat Desmon Llewelyn, but Wishaw is a fine counterpart. Playing up Q’s computer skills to the point of having him design advanced security protocols was silly considering he then made the mistake of plugging Silva’s computer to the servers. Harris probably has the best chemistry of any young female in Craig’s era. I have heard some take issue with the implication of Moneypenny sleeping with Bond, but Lois Maxwell (forever the best Moneypenny) and Connery (tied with Dalton for my favorite) had conceived a backstory where Bond and Moneypenny had a romantic weekend and decided to stay apart, so it is not too far off from the originals. Ralph Fiennes makes his debut as the new M and I think he has done a fine job so far, playing one closer to Bernard Lee and Robert Brown while having a larger role.
One area where Skyfall absolutely outclasses Casino Royale is in cinematography. Ignoring the subject of films of the past twenty years using color grading, this is the best-looking Bond film, superior to On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, in my opinion. The Shanghai and Scotland scenes are breathtaking and it is nice to see some nice shots without a yellow palette. Skyfall is an artistic film, and Sam Mendes ran out of ideas quickly. Filmmaking has changed and using the same director for multiple films is not going to work like it used to. Martin Campbell had eleven years to refine his skills, but Mendes’s lack of originality between Skyfall and Spectre is very evident.
The same can be said of Thomas Newman. I have a fond spot for Newman’s score, despite lacking the “Bond” feeling John Barry and David Arnold delivered. It is tied with The Spy Who Loved Me for my favorite non-Barry score. “Shanghai Drive” and “The Chimera” are two of my favorite tracks. The immersion when watching Spectre for the first time in theatres was broken when I kept hearing cues from Skyfall.
Despite being a good film, Skyfall is a bit harder to watch again. It is slower than Craig’s first two films, but this also works to its advantage since this is the first time we have had a Bond film that does not throw constant or tacked-on action at your face since Licence To Kill. Pacing is subjective, but the middle does drag on with Silva’s nonsensical scheme. The opening and ending both provide great action scenes as a respite. Skyfall was the first Bond I saw in theatres and the pre-title sequence, which is a welcome return to the traditional style, still excites me. The climax at Skyfall is unparalleled by none but Licence To Kill. I felt that the Aston Martin DB5’s previous appearances in Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and Casino Royale were blatant attempts at nostalgia, but there is some purpose to the DB5 here. Craig’s films were grounded in reality, but the return of the gadget-laden car brilliantly supported the film’s theme of returning to the old ways.
The ending with the old MI6 crew back, and the wooden office with a leather door (a sight that brings tears to one’s eye) was a true return to where we left things off in 1989 and we could finally have Bond undertake traditional adventures while maintaining the originality Craig’s era brought (or so we thought). It may not surpass Casino Royale, but Skyfall deserves applause for respecting Bond’s past while moving forward.
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My Predictions (and Fantasy Booking) For Full Gear and Beyond

I should mention up front that this is by no means the card that I predict with accuracy nor is this what I believe AEW should do in the short and long term. All this is is a fantasy booking card that I would like to see based on the small build thus far and how I would go about booking this show if it were left up to me. Mostly, I just tend to get extremely excited about future events and enjoy fantasy booking in general, though this will be the first time I have ever published something like this on a public forum. Obviously Khan and the talent have a much clearer vision than I do, and no matter what they decide to do here, it will almost certainly be better than mine. I’m probably wrong here, but at least I had a lot of fun doing it.
Having said that, here’s my card in reverse order:
1) MJF def. Jon Moxley (c) to win the AEW World Championship
This feels like exactly the right time and the right person to take the title from Moxley. MJF has been positioning himself as a star of the company, would make a good face for the company, has almost perfect abilities with the mic, and can actually wrestle while putting on a good show. Not to mention the fact that he has a perfect reason for a rematch: Jon Moxley cheated by using the Paradigm Shift at All Out. MJF has no shortage of future contenders (as I’ll get to later) and can be a high end attraction for AEW’s future events.
MJF could win this match cleanly if he could (he can almost certainly out-wrestle Moxley), but if they’re worried about hurting Moxley by losing, MJF could win with a little help from his future friends from the Inner Circle.
2) Thunder Rosa def. Hikaru Shida (c) and Dr. Britt Baker to win the AEW Women’s World Championship
This was a weird one to come up with mainly because of the lack of exposure the Women’s division is receiving as well as the lack of talent depth. In recent weeks they have been pushing Britt Baker despite losing to Big Swole (who has been absent), so this match and result is what makes the most sense to me. I understand that Thunder Rosa is contracted with NWA and the company may be hesitant to put the title on her, but hear me out:
Thunder Rosa gets over huge and out of every woman on the roster, seems to be most poised to take the title. If for whatever reason (travel, contractual obligations, etc…) she cannot defend the title at Revolution 2021, she would be forced to relinquish the title, setting up a match for the vacant title come next show.
So my plan would be to have Thunder Rosa pin Britt Baker to win the championship, thus protecting Hikaru Shida in case the title needs to be vacated. After Thunder Rosa wins the title, Big Swole comes out and lays waste to the three already exhausted women, cutting a promo on how she beat Britt Baker and should have been the only contender for this title.
This would set up a program between Thunder Rosa vs Big Swole in 2021 or Hikaru Shida vs Big Swole if the title needs to be vacated.
It would behoove AEW to invest further into a deeper Women’s roster and give these women more time to shine on a weekly basis.
3) FTR (c) def. Best Friends to retain the AEW World Tag Team Championship
These two teams just had one of the most brilliant street fights on Dynamite a few weeks ago and this feud does not seem to be over. These two teams are destined to have a great tag team match on PPV and this is the time to do it.
The Young Bucks seem to be positioning for the titles, but right now doesn’t seem to be the time to do it. FTR are new champions and they have really good chemistry and really good athletic abilities capable of turning in a showstopper of a match. FTR need to retain their titles here and the Best Friends are the team to defend against.
I’m going with non-stipulation here because I think these four men can put on a great show without a gimmick.
4) Cody def. Mr. Brodie Lee in a Non-Title Deathmatch
I know these two have a Dog Collar Match coming up next week on Dynamite, but this has been a feud going on for some time and it has reached a boiling point. Much like the Tag Title defense, it would feel like robbery ending such a well put together feud on television. I also realize that “deathmatch” is an extreme word in wrestling circles, but that’s what this feels like. Street Fight, Hardcore Match, No DQ, whatever you want to call it.
Recently in an interview, Cody mentioned that he was planning on talking to Tony Khan about having these types of matches on the program, and depending on how that conversation went, this seems like a great place to start that.
Also, I’m listing this as a non-title match because it would keep the title on Brody for the time being and also because I believe the TV title should be defended exclusively on Dynamite. As a side note, it feels weird with Cody not being able to challenge for the World Championship any time in the future, which is why I think they need to implement an Intercontinental Championship with the same level of prestige that New Japan has that Cody could chase.
5) Kenny Omega def. Lance Archer in the #1 Contender’s Match for the AEW World Championship
It is WAY too soon to pull the trigger on an Omega championship reign, I realize this, but his track record in single’s competitions is so poor that this is the only outcome here that would give him the push Omega needs to eventually become Champion. It’s also not necessarily his fault, either. In a lot of those matches he took the loss to get over Jericho, Pac, and Moxley. It was the right thing to do at the time and led to an incredible tag team run, but now is the time to focus on single’s competitions, and winning this tournament seems to be a good fast track to do it.
I booked his opponent as Lance Archer, mainly because I do not believe he has a chance to beat Moxley at the anniversary show but still feel like he deserves a shot at a big match on PPV, and in my mind, there is no bigger match than facing Kenny Omega in single’s competition as Omega has the innate ability to get his opponent over with the crowd in a loss.
6) Chris Jericho and Jake Hager def. The Young Bucks, SCU, and Private Party in a Four Team Elimination Match to Determine the #1 Contenders for the AEW World Tag Team Championship
Probably not going to happen by any stretch of the imagination, but this does a few things: It sets up a Tag Team Championship match for Revolution, it gets The Young Bucks in the show (always a big draw), it gets exposure to SCU and Private Party, and it also cements Jericho/Hager as an official team in the Tag Team Division.
SCU and Private Party would be eliminated first, leaving The Young Bucks and Jericho Hager as the final two teams. There are a number of ways The Young Bucks could take the loss without hurting their rankings for a future title shot. They could get themselves disqualified by the antics they have been displaying on Dynamite or there could be interference from the Inner Circle and/or MJF/Wardlow.
7) Orange Cassidy wins the Casino Battle Royale
I could have gone a number of ways here, but Orange Cassidy was my decision because he is OVER AS HELL with the crowd as a babyface, not to mention the fact that Orange Cassidy and MJF would be a huge television draw for a title match on Dynamite. Cassidy hasn’t been positioned to be a main eventer (yet), and MJF could certainly out-wrestle him, but this would make for a highly entertaining Dynamite main event between Full Gear and Revolution.
8) Lucha Bros and Eddie Kingston def. Jurassic Express and Adam Page
The reason I booked this match here was for two reasons: 1) I think it would be highly entertaining and would get all this talent on the show and 2) It would tell a perfect story of Adam Page being unwilling to accept his destiny as a single’s competitor. In my perfect vision, Page would be severely intoxicated during the match, making mistakes, and ultimately costing his team the win. As Jungle Boy attempts to talk some sense into him, Adam Page stumbles off the set and Kingston rolls him up for the pin.
9) Darby Allin and Will Hobbs def. Ricky Starks and Brian Cage
You guessed it, another well set up feud that does not deserve to end on television. I do not have any particular notes or ideas of how this should go though it does seem destined to have some sort of stipulation attached to it. I am not entirely sure if AEW would pull the trigger on this one, but some sort of variation of this match seems destined to me.
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Future Main Events:
Revolution 2021: MJF def. Kenny Omega
Still too soon to pull the trigger
Double or Nothing 2021: MJF def. Adam Page
This sets up Page as a contender, but still too soon
All Out 2021: MJF def. Chris Jericho
In my fantasy booking, Jericho and MJF allied themselves during Full Gear (2020), but the way the story is progressing, it seems to be building towards this match.
Full Gear 2021: Kenny Omega def. MJF
A full year, Full Gear to Full Gear. This would seem to be a good point to have Kenny Omega finally crowned as champion.
Revolution 2022: Kenny Omega def. Adam Page
This would be the first match of an ideal trilogy to rival Flair vs Steamboat, Gargano vs Cole, and Omega vs Okada. Maybe it’s too soon here but right now, it feels right. Something would have to happen in this match to set up a rematch for...
Double or Nothing 2022: Kenny Omega def. Adam Page
Match #2 of the trilogy, this time Page gets defeated cleanly and no rematch seems to be on the horizon.
All Out 2022: Kenny Omega def. Kazuchika Okada
I’m just joking here. I’m leaving this blank because it feels like a variable. If Adam Page is going to beat Omega for the title then Omega needs to appear extremely strong, so this title match will be kept open for now depending on new arrivals or who gets pushed.
Full Gear 2022: Kenny Omega def. AJ Styles
Again, just a joke. Same as above, this is kept open for whoever appears to be the strongest contender based on what happens and who gets over in the next year or so.
Revolution 2023: Kenny Omega def. ______________
Same as the last two main events.
Double of Nothing 2023: Adam Page def. Kenny Omega
This is it, the final match of the trilogy where Adam Page is finally crowned as the guy of the company. The story would go something like this: After losing the hypothetical Intercontinental Championship, Adam Page goes on a huge downward spiral and “leaves” the company for a few months only to return at Revolution completely sober and changed where he wins the rights to challenge Kenny Omega one last time and were he to lose this match, he would never challenge for the title again.
Naturally, even when fantasy booking, we can never guarantee match quality, but assuming there are no unfortunate injuries and both talents are in prime shape, this would be the closest to that seven star Omega/Okada match from 2018.
Adam Page wins a nearly one hour contest.
Other Notes
I realize that I may be horribly wrong in every single one of these predictions, but I thought it was fun nonetheless and wanted to share them. If anyone thinks this will plan out differently for whatever reason, feel free to message me at any time and we can talk about bookings, AEW, NJPW, or whatever (I'm a fairly amusing guy all things considered). For the time being, I'm going to plug these matches into Fire Pro Wrestling World and watch them all plan out.
Cheers!
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GoldenEye (Bond 17 Review and Retrospective)

GoldenEye (Bond 17 Review and Retrospective)


The film that successfully revived the Bond franchise. It has a great story, cast, and direction. If I may appear to have a negative slant, do not worry. GoldenEye is a great film and definitely in my top 5. However, I thought that rather than solely singing this film’s praises, I would discuss how Goldeneye was meant to win back the crowd after the failure of its predecessor, which I will bring up a lot, and how everything ended up going full circle. Licence To Kill, despite the love it gets now, especially from fans such as here on this subreddit, was divisive among critics and general audiences and is the lowest grossing Bond film in America when adjusted for inflation. I once read a comment saying that Americans had felt that Dalton “stole” the role from Brosnan and never warmed to him.
Albert “Cubby” Broccoli stated, and I quote, “in making Bond an altogether tougher character, we had lost some of the original sophistication and wry humor… He’s not superhuman. He was, as Fleming insisted, a skilled professional: ruthless and sardonic in his work; gentle, witty, and stylish off duty. That was the way the public want and him and it’s clear we had to get back on that track. Back to a lighter touch, and with more fun and capers, like we had with the earlier Bonds. Elements of Dalton’s Bond do remain in GoldenEye’s script and there is a perfect balance between the seriousness of the last two films and the fun of the earlier films, something that was not as well done in future films. Pierce Brosnan makes his debut here and I feel that he never got a chance to distinguish himself as well as the other Bonds. Connery could be ruthless just as much as he could be charming, Moore was immediately funnier and more lighthearted than Connery, and Dalton was a more jaded, colder assassin. Brosnan’s Bond is a composite version of his predecessors; he is most similar to Connery in terms of charm and seriousness but also has Lazenby’s physical prowess, a strong emphasis on quips like Moore, and the introspectiveness that Dalton’s Bond brought. Brosnan plays the role very well, but he does not immediately put his own stamp on the character unlike his predecessors.
Izabella Scorupco is pretty good as Natalya Simonova, playing a beautiful, but useful ally who factors strongly in the plot. The villains are well-casted, albeit a bit cartoonish. Sean Bean is great as the traitorous Alec Trevelyan 006, now called Janus. His bitterness with Bond and quest for revenge are interesting plot points, though they could have been expanded upon more. The hand-to-hand combat between him and Bond is quite brutal, setting the stage for Casino Royale’s fight scenes. Famke Janssen is over the top as Xenia Onnatopp, and that is why she is a memorable character. Her death feels a bit anti-climactic, but at least Bond delivers a satisfying post-modem one-liner. Alan Cumming is invincible as Boris. Enough said. Gotfried John is the odd one out with General Ourumov, who like General Orlov, does little to impress when compared to more interesting, colorful villains.
The plot is reminiscent of the larger-than-life Bond films, but also inserts a more personal aspect with the rivalry between Bond and Trevelyan. Along with his relevance in a post-Cold War world, Bond’s assassin status is discussed, but it is done less subtly than previous films, something Skyfall repeated. The action scenes are memorable, with a pre-title sequence that immediately convinces the audience that Bond is back. The dam jump, while showing an obvious stunt double, is breathtaking and Bond running from a large army to catch a plane is a great moment. The next set-piece occurs an hour later with the Archives shootout and subsequent tank chase, with the Bond theme in its most classic form making its only appearance. Bond mowing down soldiers with an AK-47 has been criticized by some for trying to ape 90s action heroes, but it makes for a great sequence. The aforementioned fist fight is a low-key, but satisfying climax to the film.
Martin Campbell made his directorial debut and I personally have mixed feelings with him. He made two great Bond films but also made Green Lantern, the first truly terrible film I saw in my childhood. According to him, he “wanted to get back more to the Connery-type stories. [He] wanted to make it gritter, slightly more based on reality than they have been in the past.” The 90s had seen many blue-collared heroes, “But there are no sophisticated antiheroes around. So [Campbell] made GoldenEye as a window for that kind of hero.” Brosnan’s Bond is less morally ambiguous than Dalton was in his films, as well as more larger-than-life, contrary to what Broccoli and Campbell said. While not exactly aware of some of the more immediate predecessors to his film, Campbell still did a good job in making a moodier looking film with the aid of cinematographer Phil Méheux.
Eric Serra’s score tends to garner divided reactions. Like Michael Kamen’s score for Licence To Kill, it fits the film and adds to the atmosphere, but is not that good to listen on its own. In my opinion, it is one of the best non-Barry scores.
GoldenEye is one of the most praised Bond films. It was adapted into an awesome video game, which I played through the 1964 GE/PD Edition emulator, which I may or may not be saying you should play. I do feel that the film’s status tends to get overshadowed by nostalgia for it being the first Bond film for an entire generation, as well because of the video game being one that aged very well, despite what game critics claim. It is a film that is good in all aspects, but never excels in one category like some of the other best Bond films. From Russia With Love is much superior in terms of supporting cast, On Her Majesty's Secret Service in cinematography and music, and Licence To Kill in set-pieces and lead. However, GoldenEye is a crowd-pleaser done right and probably more consistent in entertainment than those films.
Like Goldfinger, GoldenEye is a film that its successors took the wrong lessons from and diminished in quality as a result. Campbell “never thought of the super-heroics in terms of undoing the more 'realistic' thing that Licence To Kill had attempted. [He and the other filmmakers just wanted to keep what’s great about Bond: the stunts and the humour. Bond has been successful for 40 years, so it’s obviously always got something right. It got just about everything right! So why f*** with it?” Unfortunately, this strong dedication to ticking boxes ultimately hurt Brosnan’s era. Tomorrow Never Dies, while a film that I love just as much as this one and is very overlooked, is another adaptation of the story You Only Live Twice told, albeit with a great 90s update. The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day had interesting premises, but tend to be regarded as weaker installments because of their unwillingness to take risks. After Licence To Kill failed back then, winning back the crowd was the best way to put the franchise on track. However, pandering to audience expectations and pulling back punches put the franchise in the same situation it was in when Dalton took over from Moore: having to win back audiences after an entry that came off as self-parody at times. To save the franchise again, Campbell had to do what Licence To Kill, one of two films he said were considered to be the low point of the franchise, did: return to Bond’s roots and deliver a harder-edged story that proved to be one of Bond’s most personal adventures.
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Review of the 60s Bond films

Hi guys. I've been marathoning the Bond films. I wanted to share my thoughts and see what you all think. Everyone has different opinions on the Bond films, so discussing it would be interesting. Feel free to comment below and tell me what you agree and disagree with.
Dr. No
A film that must be appreciated for kickstarting the franchise. Connery gives a good first performance as Bond and his interpretation is immediately codified. The characters are memorable, with Quarrel and Jack Lord’s Felix Leiter being standouts. Honey Ryder doesn’t do much in the story, though her entrance is iconic. Mostly there as eye candy. Joseph Wiseman only appears as Dr. No for a couple of minutes, but he’s truly menacing in the role and is the standard for which other villains should be set against. The plot is faithful to the original novel and is more of a mystery than an actual spy thriller. There is a nice balance between humor and seriousness, with Connery managing to be witty in one scene and cold-blooded in another. The production design is decent considering the lower budget. Ken Adam’s Crab Key sets are impressive and are a testament to his visual genius. Complaints I have with this film are its pacing, which drags a bit too long for my liking, and the score, which can get a bit over the top at times. The James Bond theme is the best track of course and the lyrical songs like “Underneath the Mango Tree” are entertaining. I’m probably a bit harsh on this film even when considering that it’s the first Bond film. The pacing hindered my enjoyment of the film, which is rough around the edges, but still does things right.
From Russia With Love
This was a huge step up in quality from Dr. No. Connery’s performance is even better, with plenty of quips to lighten the film. The film manages to faithfully adapt the novel while changing what wouldn’t work on the big screen. The pacing is much better than its predecessor. The first 50 minutes introduces the characters and provides exposition on the spy world brilliantly. No other Bond film would provide this much espionage either than The Living Daylights and possibly For Your Eyes Only. The film manages to be a thriller while also introducing more action-packed moments that would become mandatory for the franchise. Daniela Bianchi is beautiful as Tania and is more plot relevant. The villains are threatening and leave a strong impression. John Barry composes his first Bond score and the difference in quality in music is obvious. Barry’s work on the franchise shows just how much music can affect one’s perception of a film, with lesser films being elevated by Barry’s awesome scores. “James Bond with Bongos” and the recurring “007” are highlights. The theme song is nice and this film marks the beginning of integrating instrumental versions of the themes throughout the score – something that hasn’t really been done extensively since 1989 with the exception of Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace (No Good About Goodbye by Shirley Bassey was rejected despite David Arnold using it in his score). Overall, FRWL was a great film and definitely remains one of the best Bond films to this day.
Goldfinger
The film that introduced many elements of the Bond formula. Connery is once again great in the role, but a slight step down from FRWL. Goldfinger and Oddjob are iconic villains, though they lack menace and feel more cartoonish. Pussy Galore is probably the best Bond girl in the Connery era, thanks to Honor Blackman (RIP) providing charisma and toughness to the role. Her seduction by Bond and resulting defection was ridiculous. Jill and especially Tilly Masterson are interesting characters but barely have any screentime. The plot is good, though it lacks the espionage and mystery of earlier films. Removing some of the novel’s problems helps the script, especially with the details of Operation Grand Slam. The pacing is slower and the scenes in Goldfinger’s ranch go on for far too long. The music is good though it is a bit too reliant on Shirley Bassey’s great theme song. “Alpine Drive – Auric’s Factory” and “Dawn At Fort Knox” are my favorite tracks. The film deserves credit for launching Bondmania and helping the franchise be the behemoth it is today. However, to say that it is still the best after all these years is an overstatement considering the formula would be refined in the future.
Thunderball
An improvement over Goldfinger and the first truly “cinematic” Bond film. Features everything people have come to expect from a Bond film. The film is more visually appealing and combines the best elements of its predecessors: the exotic location of Dr. No, the espionage and pacing of From Russia With Love, and the larger scale of Goldfinger. S.P.E.C.T.R.E was already established to be a large organization, but this film truly establishes just how much of a global threat they are. Some point to this film as being responsible for the larger emphasis on gadgets, I personally feel that its successor was the culprit. Bond is forced to rely on his wits several times throughout the film, sometimes without gadgets. John Barry’s score is even better in this film, with the use of trumpets in tracks like “The Bomb” and “Search for the Vulcan” giving an otherworldly feeling befitting of the underwater focus. Speaking of which, the underwater scenes are extremely well made and while they may go on for too long for some, I personally love them for their unique atmosphere. Everything about Thunderball feels refined over its predecessors and the fact that it’s less talked about than its predecessors and lesser follow-ups is a shame considering it’s the best in the Connery era by far.
You Only Live Twice
A mild step down from its predecessor. The plot and characters are mostly unmemorable, with Tiger Tanaka being the only standout. Aki is a far more interesting Bond girl than Kissy Suzuki and killing her off was a waste. Donald Pleasence’s Blofeld is iconic, but barely appears and drops the villain ball after meeting Bond. The other villains are forgettable. The film is probably the biggest of the Connery era and definitely the largest in scale until The Spy Who Loved Me ten years later. The volcano set is the most oft-cited example of this. The Japanese setting is interesting and offers some nice locales; I kind of wish that even more of the country was shown, though this is nitpicking. John Barry outdoes himself once again with another atmospheric score that makes use of strings to evoke a Japanese feel. I enjoyed this film more Goldfinger, but it’s hard to deny that the story and characters aren’t the best, even by Bond standards. YOLT was a sign that bigger doesn’t always mean better.
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
The best of the 60s Bond films. George Lazenby is the worst Bond by default because he only made one film. He lacks Connery’s charm and charisma but makes up for it by being much more believable in his fight scenes and for being more vulnerable than Connery’s masculine Bond. It’s hard to tell if Connery appearing in the film would have improved it. Considering how excessive Bond’s womanizing got with Goldfinger onwards, seeing Connery’s Bond fall in love and ready to settle down is a bit hard to imagine. Tracy is a great Bond girl and her relationship with Bond develops throughout the film. I’d even say that I prefer it to Bond and Vesper in Casino Royale. Telly Savalas plays the best Blofeld, showing more physicality and charisma in the role than Donald Pleasence. The story is much more involved than previous films, the only predecessor that matches it on the same level is FRWL. As mentioned before, Lazenby is more believable in his fight scenes. Couple this with the unique style and editing and you get some of the most thrilling action sequences the franchise has offered. The Switzerland scenes are some of the most beautiful in the franchise. Peter Hunt’s direction deserves a mention with photography even more refined than that of Terrence Young. One shot in particular that stood out was the helicopters flying to Piz Gloria during sunrise. The one complaint I really have with the film is its 2h 22m length. It’s a good film but it does go on too long in some instances. OHMSS has the best score in the franchise. There are too many great pieces to mention here. Lastly, I personally feel that OHMSS has been just as influential on the franchise as GF and TB. Like FRWL, OHMSS was more grounded while still featuring many classic Bond elements. The film’s influence can be felt in the 80s Bond films directed by John Glen, who edited this film. His first film, For Your Eyes Only, feels like a proper follow-up to OHMSS with its pre-title sequence and grounded tone compared to prior installments. This focus on realism while still keeping elements of the formula continued for the rest of the 80s. OHMSS was a great film and it’s great to see that it finally gets the recognition it deserves.
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