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The thing I miss most about cable television is the random afternoon movie. Remember? Home on any old weekend, you turn on the TV and find a studio picture from the eighties or nineties, already thirty minutes in, and you cannot look away. Maybe it’s the attractiveness of the stars, or the undeniable chemistry of the two leads, or the quippy dialogue, or the dreamy locales. Maybe it’s the pageantry of well-choreographed fight scenes, explosions, and car chases. You won’t be moving from the couch until the film is over, after which you’ll ask your mom to drive you to Blockbuster so you can rent the movie and catch up on what you missed at the start. I like to think of it as “the TNT…
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