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I got bored of stranger things fairly quickly.
It was corny and childish, a lot of the 80s nostalgia stuff made my eyes roll.


I think that’s a key part of its charm, the whole 2 dimensional cardboard cutout bad guys and massively sexist offices etc.
It’s an homage to the type of tv shows we got back then. Catnip for us gen Xers and very easy to forgive if you grew up on the A team and Dallas.
It’s deliberate and tongue in cheek and very well done.
Let’s us have a chuckle at the bullshit of our youth.


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Watched the first ep of The Loudest Voice in the Room over the weekend. Highly enjoyable. Russell Crowe may well win a Best Actor Emmy.

It's no surprise that the creation and rise of Fox News ultilised the talents of the significant number of Australian Newscorp execs that surround(ed) Murdoch (at the time). Therefore I think its acceptable to blame Australia for the rise Trump.


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Watched the first ep of The Loudest Voice in the Room over the weekend. Highly enjoyable. Russell Crowe may well win a Best Actor Emmy.

It's no surprise that the creation and rise of Fox News ultilised the talents of the significant number of Australian Newscorp execs that surround(ed) Murdoch (at the time). Therefore I think its acceptable to blame Australia for the rise Trump.


u mean Australia gave rise to a racist narcissistic cunt? can't be true, no one ever puts the word racism and Australia in the same sentence...ever...


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Watched the first ep of The Loudest Voice in the Room over the weekend. Highly enjoyable. Russell Crowe may well win a Best Actor Emmy.

It's no surprise that the creation and rise of Fox News ultilised the talents of the significant number of Australian Newscorp execs that surround(ed) Murdoch (at the time). Therefore I think its acceptable to blame Australia for the rise Trump.


u mean Australia gave rise to a racist narcissistic cunt? can't be true, no one ever puts the word racism and Australia in the same sentence...ever...


To be fair it appeared that there were some who were utterly horrified at the approach Roger Ailes was fometing, but there were as many that were enablers, particularly Rancid Murdoch himself.

Still one has to admire Ailes ability, even tho he was seemingly an incredible scumbag, to build an entire network from the ground up in little more than 6 months, particularly as MSNBC got the jump on it.


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Just finished Stranger Things 3, was a good series I thought. Better than last, but still not as good as season one.


Has anyone given The Last Czars a go on Netflix?


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Is the Russian assassin in Stranger Things S3 a pisstake of the Terminator?


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Is the Russian assassin in Stranger Things S3 a pisstake of the Terminator?


felt more like a pisstake on Dolph Lundgren..


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comets wrote:
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Is the Russian assassin in Stranger Things S3 a pisstake of the Terminator?


felt more like a pisstake on Dolph Lundgren..


I’d say Terminator.
Also, this lad. Spit of his father.

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It is literally Reds under the Bed


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Final season of Legion is absolute class so far.


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I think Dark is a much better show in 80's vibe Sci-fi genre.


Yup. Dark is off the charts with it's cleverness and mind-bending plot. Season 2 is very good. Something which can't be said of Stranger Things.


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Final season of Legion is absolute class so far.


i gave up 1st episode of 2nd season...


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Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

I'll have to check out Dark.


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Alternatino with Arturo Castro is pretty good


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Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

I'll have to check out Dark.

Dark season one was very good right up until the last episode when it got stupid
Has put me off watching season 2


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Winnie wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

I'll have to check out Dark.

Dark season one was very good right up until the last episode when it got stupid
Has put me off watching season 2


Oooh, did not know it was on Netflix, will check it out.

Also, hoo boy, last night's Handmaid's Tale (S3 08 in the US) was a stinker. Uncomfortable to watch and not because I was watching high-quality dystopian drama. I have understood the complaints about torture porn and the racial whitewashing before but it has not stopped me enjoying it. Today's episode, on the other hand...


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I enjoyed season 3 of stranger things. Definitely better than season 2. Now onto Dark season 2.


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Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

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Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


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danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

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Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.

The Civil War is a benchmark series and never ages. It's remarkable in how it gets you to engage with subject matter that's ostensibly voiceovers accompanied by photos and a score. The Sullivan Bellew letter gets me every time, as does Shelby Foote's story about the hare bolting from the lines before Pickett's Charge.

Edit: On the subject of war, is anyone else watching Catch 22? I've been very impressed, though the humour of the book doesn't quite come through, the portrayal of Yossarian's desperation is very compelling.


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Brazil wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

.


Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.

The Civil War is a benchmark series and never ages. It's remarkable in how it gets you to engage with subject matter that's ostensibly voiceovers accompanied by photos and a score. The Sullivan Bellew letter gets me every time, as does Shelby Foote's story about the hare bolting from the lines before Pickett's Charge.

Edit: On the subject of war, is anyone else watching Catch 22? I've been very impressed, though the humour of the book doesn't quite come through, the portrayal of Yossarian's desperation is very compelling.

The music for the Civil War is brilliant, although a few experts were complaining that one song was written in the 1900's.


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Brazil wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

.


Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.

The Civil War is a benchmark series and never ages. It's remarkable in how it gets you to engage with subject matter that's ostensibly voiceovers accompanied by photos and a score. The Sullivan Bellew letter gets me every time, as does Shelby Foote's story about the hare bolting from the lines before Pickett's Charge.

Edit: On the subject of war, is anyone else watching Catch 22? I've been very impressed, though the humour of the book doesn't quite come through, the portrayal of Yossarian's desperation is very compelling.


That assault on Cemetery Ridge was astonishing in both it's futility and the fact that Confederate troops actually managed to get to the wall despite having pretty much the whole of the Union line focus its artillery and rifle fire on them. There is that very poignant footage at the end of the last episode whereby the last few survivors from that engagement were filmed as old men (1920s?) re enacting the assault before shaking hands across the wall.


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danny_fitz wrote:
Brazil wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

.


Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.

The Civil War is a benchmark series and never ages. It's remarkable in how it gets you to engage with subject matter that's ostensibly voiceovers accompanied by photos and a score. The Sullivan Bellew letter gets me every time, as does Shelby Foote's story about the hare bolting from the lines before Pickett's Charge.

Edit: On the subject of war, is anyone else watching Catch 22? I've been very impressed, though the humour of the book doesn't quite come through, the portrayal of Yossarian's desperation is very compelling.


That assault on Cemetery Ridge was astonishing in both it's futility and the fact that Confederate troops actually managed to get to the wall despite having pretty much the whole of the Union line focus its artillery and rifle fire on them. There is that very poignant footage at the end of the last episode whereby the last few survivors from that engagement were filmed as old men (1920s?) re enacting the assault before shaking hands across the wall.

The last survivors of the Pennsylvania regiment that stopped Pickett's charge had captured numerous regimental confederate flags.
As they lay there wounded all the flags were nicked by other Union soldiers and now hang proudly in other state Capitols.


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danny_fitz wrote:
Brazil wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

.


Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.

The Civil War is a benchmark series and never ages. It's remarkable in how it gets you to engage with subject matter that's ostensibly voiceovers accompanied by photos and a score. The Sullivan Bellew letter gets me every time, as does Shelby Foote's story about the hare bolting from the lines before Pickett's Charge.

Edit: On the subject of war, is anyone else watching Catch 22? I've been very impressed, though the humour of the book doesn't quite come through, the portrayal of Yossarian's desperation is very compelling.


That assault on Cemetery Ridge was astonishing in both it's futility and the fact that Confederate troops actually managed to get to the wall despite having pretty much the whole of the Union line focus its artillery and rifle fire on them. There is that very poignant footage at the end of the last episode whereby the last few survivors from that engagement were filmed as old men (1920s?) re enacting the assault before shaking hands across the wall.


I can strongly recommend a visit to the battlefield as you get to see the assault from the Confederate and Union vantage points respectively. There was absolutely no way it was going to succeed, it's about a mile of open ground under complete view of the Union artillery. Lee should've listened to Longstreet and gone round Big Roundtop, or just fucked off somewhere else in Pensylvania for a bit with JEB Stuart actually doing his job.


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Winnie wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

I'll have to check out Dark.

Dark season one was very good right up until the last episode when it got stupid
Has put me off watching season 2


That's a shame. I'd rate it as the best tv show of the decade.


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watched final episode last night of German series on Channel 4 "Bad Banks" very enjoyable and Paula Beer is a hottie

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6258718/


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watched final episode last night of German series on Channel 4 "Bad Banks" very enjoyable and Paula Beer is a hottie

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6258718/


She's amazing in the movie 'Frantz'. Definitely worth checking out.


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Brazil wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:
Floppykid wrote:
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War" is brilliant.
Finally got stuck into it on Netflix.

The Helicopter Crew Captain was a pretty unnerving interview to watch.

.


Superb documentary, impressive line up of talking heads, especially getting the former NVA commanders on board.

Actually started watching Burns's American Civil War again. Morgan Freemans unmistakable voice overs are a bit distracting at times!


What was the helicopter crew captain interview? John Musgrave and Karl Marlantes' contributions were absolutely superb, Matterhorn is a must read for anyone interested in the war.



Ron Ferrezzi is his name.
He gets very agitated and angry when talking about his time there during the interview.

I'll have to watch the Civil War series when this is finished, he has a WW2 series as well. Good work Netflix.


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Don't know it it's a RR because I haven't followed this thread... but I've came across "Line of Duty" on Netflix.

Seasons 3 to 5 are online, and yesterday I started with Season 3.

Ended up going to sleep at 3 AM because I just couldn't let go. Impressive, absolutely bingeworthy.


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Puma,

Where did you find Season 5 of Line of Duty online?


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This has most TV series

https://putlocker.putlockers.net/series ... ?season=05


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Finished season 2 of 'Dark'. It is not an exaggeration to say it is one of the greatest TV shows I have ever seen. Mind-bogglingly great. So many questions. Season 3 is going to be something.


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HertzCat wrote:
Puma,

Where did you find Season 5 of Line of Duty online?

Netflix... Has seasons 3 to 5.


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Puma wrote:
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Puma,

Where did you find Season 5 of Line of Duty online?

Netflix... Has seasons 3 to 5.


it has seasons 1-4 in Ireland. I binged the lot in under 2 weeks.... :blush:

Not the most tightly written show I have ever seen but Grade A bingeworthy


FYI well worth digging out S2 somewhere, the pick of 1-4 imo.... 1 is skippable


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Puma,

Interesting: Netflix in the US does not seem to have it when I search.

Bowens, I always said you were a good man...


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https://twitter.com/Russo_Brothers/stat ... 8359800838

The Russo brothers just tweeted Troy & Abed's rap randomly.

"...and a movie"?


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Jay Cee Gee wrote:
https://twitter.com/Russo_Brothers/status/1149741728359800838

The Russo brothers just tweeted Troy & Abed's rap randomly.

"...and a movie"?



Community is hands down my favourite TV show. If this means nothing then I'll be very upset. :lol: Rewatching Malcolm in the Middle. Fantastic show too. Watched Years and Years recently. Anyone seen that? Pretty good show telling the story of one family from 2019 to 2030 something. Bit preachy in parts but all in all, very good.


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flaggETERNAL wrote:
Jay Cee Gee wrote:
https://twitter.com/Russo_Brothers/status/1149741728359800838

The Russo brothers just tweeted Troy & Abed's rap randomly.

"...and a movie"?



Community is hands down my favourite TV show. If this means nothing then I'll be very upset. :lol: Rewatching Malcolm in the Middle. Fantastic show too. Watched Years and Years recently. Anyone seen that? Pretty good show telling the story of one family from 2019 to 2030 something. Bit preachy in parts but all in all, very good.


Years and Years was interesting. It's take on current social and technological trends was on the whole nicely done (other than the last episode, we are at least many decades away from memory/consciousness downloads), however I do think that politically it took an excessively extreme approach to things. I also thought the acting on the whole ranged from average to rubbish. The grandma really annoyed me too. She should've been called Nanny Exposition because every time she opened her mouth it became a speech.

I actually didn't find out until the last episode that it was a Russell T Davies production, which made complete sense in the end.


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Just finished Stranger Things S3.

Just outstanding. So enjoyable from beginning to end. Door left nicely ajar for S4.


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I’m watching “great American railroad journeys”.

Michael Portillo basically tipping around the US on trains and stopping off at interesting towns and cities where he digs into the local history and has a go at whatever is going on.

It’s bloody good.
I’ve been stuck on it for about 3 hours now.


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