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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    As we have a seemingly dedicated music thread, I’m gonna start one for TV & Movies…

    Now, we all know the classics, but anybody got anything slightly outside the box worth mentioning?

    That “DARK” in Netflix (I think it was Goosey!) certainly fits the bill… up to Season 2 and I’m still not sure what is going on… but in a good way. 🙂

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    sean the sailor
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    Has anyone watched better called Saul? Is it any good?

    Very rare I watch films these days. Did watch true romance a few weeks ago though. It was excellent.

    Few good documentaries on Netflix. One about joe exotic at the minute who owns a load of tigers

    Don’t fuck with cats is very good.

    The pharmacist is mind blowing about prescription drugs.

    Aaron Hernandez story is fascinating

    Did people like the joker? I still haven’t watched it

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    Brian blue
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    I actually like watching old Black and white films, some make me laugh when I am not supposed to!!!! There are some good ones. I have a large library of CD and an Apple Library These are filled with a lot of action films, Westerns and crime thrillers. I don not go for box sets but receive them as presents, The last was Judge John Deed which I really like and the PACIFIC re WW2

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    Brian blue
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    PS…also have a big collection of musicals…..just for the music, which have brilliant orchestrations

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    I really liked a documentary about Bill Gates,what a legend! Down to earth and on his hols he spends time reading,walking,and listening to music.

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    Hightown hopeHightown hope
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    I’ve just watched ‘Sunderland till I die’ available on Netflix. For anyone who needs their football fix, I can well recommend it. 10 episodes and it’s just a car crash and a perfect example of how not to run a football club. It’s brilliant…and I believe there is a 2nd series coming out in a week or two.

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    maverick1973maverick1973
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    Kylie-Remember Charmed?Started watching it again,absolutely adore the 3 sexy sisters even though they are witches.Especially love Shannen Doherty,what a babe!

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    sean the sailor
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    I saw it hightown . Good watch chum

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    Hightown hopeHightown hope
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    It’s good, isn’t it, Sean? I ended up respecting Chris Coleman and a couple of the players, but it was the fans and the club staff I really felt for. But it really is worth dedicatinfg a few hours of your life to watch. Not just for Sunderland fans

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    Hightown hopeHightown hope
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    Can I also put a shout in for Succession, an American TV series.

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    Sean, Better Call Saul is quite a poor series judged as a standalone TV series but I’ve quite enjoyed it as a continuation of the Breaking Bad world. Lots of subtle references to things from the main series and more and more character overlaps coming into it now. I’ll keep watching it but wouldn’t lose any sleep over missing it.

    Keep meaning to watch Sunderland till I die.

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    threepsthreeps
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    Just finished The Caliphate on Netflix, thought it was one of the best series I’ve seen recently. Its setting alternates between Stockholm and the Syrian city of Raqqa. It’s a very hard hitting and highly believable story of western muslims and ISIS, with some young girls wanting to join and a woman wanting to escape.

    Probably not to everyone’s taste and avoid if you want a feel good series!

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    Brian blue
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    threes…I had intended watching it but with all the doom and gloom around us at the moment wanted something I actually enjoyed for the acting and put a smile on my face…Last tango in Halifax…I know it is another dysfunctional family but with quiet Northern humour. I cannot see where the story line could go after two series though unfortunately

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    We’reTheParkLane
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    Sean, great shout with “Don’t fxxx with cats ” & Hightown ” Sunderland till I die” both well worth watching.
    ” Chernobyl” & “The Looming Tower” are musts to watch.
    Thanks for the heads up on “The Pharmacist” and “The Caliphate” their my next to watch .

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    nine nine nine
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    Anyone with an interest in F1 Rush is on Netflix which covers the battle between Lauda and Hunt including the terrible accident to Lauda. Decent watch if you’re an F1 fan.

    I recorded the Maradona film last week too.

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    Brian blue
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    Rush is a really good film

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    steveosnakeeyesteveosnakeeye
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    ive gone old school as i never got to finish off GoT so im re aquainting myself with Dragon Tits to finally finish it off (yes i know the ending will nager me!!)

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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    We all finished off to Dragontits…

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    Chucky McChuckfaceChucky McChuckface
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    Just finished Sunderland Til I Do, enjoyed that a lot, when does Season 2 come out?

    Oh, and what a bell-end Rodwell is… sitting out your contract is one thing, after all the club gave it to him and I can see his point in a roundabout way, but sitting out the matches as well???

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    Brian blue
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    Rodwell story is truly strange. When City bought him, I think it was his first game when he passed the ball to a opponent who went on and scored. I thought what have we bought? In fairness, he did show glimpses of a really good player but he was not going to get anywhere in the City team of that time, who were no great shakes, but useful Sometimes things do not work out as intended

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