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  1. Both. Sidenote: Hearing the grandsons of Cash and Jennings blew my mind by how much they sound alike the legends. But as good as they were, I have no hopes they'll ever be as good as Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings. Plus, Scott Eastwood as good as he looks, he's a mediocre actor, sadly (imo). This was funnily one of his better roles since he had little to do. lol Scott Eastwood, Whey Jennings, Gabriel Thomas, etc need to find their own character than live off of the fame and success of their father/grandfathers. It's just not gonna work forever.
  2. Just to add, I watched "The Last Movie Star" yesterday and it felt like a blend of an action star's life in his final years and some fiction for entertainment purposes. Pretty sad story, but touching. The only thing they could've done to improve TLMS was use Burt Reynolds name than a made up one. It was about Burt Reynolds so even though I'm not a huge fan, I appreciate the existence of this movie/documentary. R.I.P., Mr. Reynolds.
  3. Can't say I have though I believe. The only good part of that was Toby Keith, imo. That being said, I'd have much rather preferred Johnny Cash instead.
  4. This is the movie that had a really crappy cover and title, yet surprisingly I enjoyed it a lot more than the 2005 movie (not hard to beat, admittedly). Even still, it wasn't a good Dukes movie. Smokey and the Bandit 1 & 2 are the best Dukes movies even while they're from a different franchise. R.I.P., Mr. Burt Reynolds. By the way, John Schneider released a wonderful, true Country song recently than what's usually out there (pop music branded country).
  5. The cast was great, their General Lee was faithful, but somehow it was a disaster. I only liked the city scenes, seeing the General Lee being driven out of the garage, and Jessica Simpson looking hot back then. This music video rocks even to this day.
  6. This is a TV Movie and I know I should have kept my expectations low, but it was pretty boring and uninteresting. Even with Mr. Schneider, Reba McEntire, and about Christmas. That being said, I liked seeing him working on something new and McEntire looked stunning.
  7. The best Dukes game isn't even a Dukes of Hazzard property, it's part of EA's Burnout franchise: Burnout Paradise https://burnout.fandom.com/wiki/Hunter_Cavalry_Bootlegger It doesn't have the flag which is part of General Lee's identity, but aside that it's pretty awesome. This game is full of jumps over everywhere and I love that!
  8. Yes, I've read about his political beliefs and while I don't agree with it (it goes against what our country stands for), I enjoy his character on the show. John Schneider has a much better sense of reality and he's not a politician. Ah, end of off-topic.
  9. Yeah, just not Season 7. The HD version removed the episode preview and instead goes straight to the opening, plus they cropped it to 16:9, but if that doesn't bother you then it's an excellent release. I've seen a few episodes and really enjoyed it.
  10. And that's Mr. Johnny Cash. I never looked up if he was in any as I didn't want to spoil myself, but it was disappointing that I had reached the end [of the series] and he never showed up. But hey, he made a song about the General Lee. It sure feels like we were cheated out.
  11. Well, I seen them yesterday and I gotta say it was disappointing and sad, at the same time. Uncle Jesse sort of felt lost and alone and it just didn't feel rigjt, Roscoe should've retired years ago, and Coy, Vance and Hughie Hogg weren't even included for these reunion flicks. But the one I missed the most? Boss. However, I did enjoy Toby Keith's performance and he's probably glad to be part of it.
  12. I finally watched it today and it left me rather unsatisfied, it felt more like "just another episode" than the series final episode. It didn't seem like they cared much for it, like they just wanted to be done with it? That being said, it's still a good season and I enjoyed seeing Hughie Hogg again on this final/canceled season.
  13. This season seven episode condensed what could have been a 1h45m movie to simply 45mins with the Dukes and it was awesome! Anyone who's never seen the show, but loves or enjoys Westerns can watch this and feel right at home. Plus, it was pretty dang cool to see John Schneider dressed as a cowboy and doing a Western.
  14. There was although only released in the PAL region (Europe/Australia). If you use a PS2 Memory Card with FMCB then you can play any game via USB/HDD, regardless of region. Also, there was a second Knight Rider game, but that felt more like an "add-on."
  15. Unfortunately, there's no Dukes games for it on Wii or GameCube (backwards compatible with Wii). If you'd want to try a Dukes game without looking too outdated, I'd recommend a PS2 or Xbox. Older Dukes games like on PS1 might turn off folks because of how graphically old it looks. I plan on playing the PS2 game even though it's probably nothing great. For example, Knight Rider didn't have any solid games either, but the one on PS2 is still a lot of fun.
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