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"Prospect:" thanks to all for recommendation:oozy, slimy, and

Posted by tinear on November 18, 2020 at 05:20:03:

satisfying morsel. Trivia: the very good Pascal looked familiar. He played Denzel W's antagonist in Equalizer: 2. Sophie Thatcher's middle name? Bathsheba.

I liked the pink hulk in the cage. For Tarantino dislikers, I'm sorry to point out the similarity to that guy and the guy-in-the-basement-box in, "Pulp Fiction."

Pascal, who's originally Chilean, has no accent. His parents were strong Allende supporters, fleeing to and granted asylum in Denmark.