Dude I knew it... The first trailer I saw for A Star is Born and seeing Bradley Cooper for the first time, I legit thought he was portraying Eddie Vedder. He looked and talked a lot like him
"It's true that RDR2 probably had a much more substantial budget and was in development for seven years, but we also have to consider that the Coens probably had a green light from Netflix to do whatever the hell they wanted and had plenty of resources at their disposal."
You really think Netflix is gonna shell out $300 million for a pair of directors to tackle a Western anthology film? You're pitting a small-budget movie on a streaming service with a gargantuan-budget game, in both production value and marketing potential. Not a fair comparison at all when determining overall "superiority".
Didn't know Arya was good at other things besides sword fighting and chameleonizing.