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36 minutes ago, Elite said:

Silicon Valley Finale - Really gutted this show has finished now as it's one of the best comedies of the last 10 years. I'm going to miss Dinesh, Jared and Gilfoyle in particular but the whole cast are great.

Thought it was pretty crappy, honestly. One of the most overrated shows. Mildly entertaining at best. 

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1 minute ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Thought it was pretty crappy, honestly. One of the most overrated shows. Mildly entertaining at best. 

I think you either love it or think it's shit, doesn't seem to be a middle. 

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Expanse S4 has started well, there doesn't appear to be any drop in the production with the move to Prime.

 

Watchmen - this has turned into all kinds of ace. The flashback black and white episode was brilliant and then it's topped by the Dr Manhattan one. Can't wait for the finale on Monday.

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Andy Murray: Resurfacing.

 

Immense individual, irrespective of sport.

 

Pure grit, brilliantly analytical mind/marginal gains approach and a total refusal to be beaten, even as he’s preparing his mind for the possibility he needs to throw the towel in.
 

Inspiring character.

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8 hours ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Andy Murray: Resurfacing.

 

Immense individual, irrespective of sport.

 

Pure grit, brilliantly analytical mind/marginal gains approach and a total refusal to be beaten, even as he’s preparing his mind for the possibility he needs to throw the towel in.
 

Inspiring character.

You forgot "massive twat" 

 

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On 13/12/2019 at 21:44, skend04 said:

Watchmen - this has turned into all kinds of ace. The flashback black and white episode was brilliant and then it's topped by the Dr Manhattan one. Can't wait for the finale on Monday.

Nailed the finale. Justified it as one of the best shows of the year. 9/10

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10 hours ago, skend04 said:

Nailed the finale. Justified it as one of the best shows of the year. 9/10

I struggled through 5 or 6 episodes of this before binning it. It wasn't just poor, it was soul crushingly boring and dull.

 

Something changed ?

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On 05/12/2019 at 20:40, Barry Wom said:

I finished man in the high castle the other night. I really enjoyed it overall. Season 4 I'd give a 7.5 /10 and overall maybe an 8. I realised quickly in season 4 you have to watch properly, no fucking about posting on the perfect breakfast thread or calling Boris Johnson and cunt on the GE thread, but once you focus on it, it was really enjoyable. I'm not sure what I thought of the final scenes. I'm not even quite sure what they mean, but I didn't feel I needed to. The main part of the ending made the show make sense, which is enough for me. Sometimes I'm gutted when a show finishes when I've enjoyed it as I feel it could have gone forever, but it feels to me this finished exactly where it should and there's no reason it couldn't produce a spin off, but that wouldn't really need to be directly connected to what happened over those 4 seasons. 

Currently at the end of season 2 I'm finding it a bit heavy going is it worth sticking with Barry 

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On 14/12/2019 at 00:05, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Andy Murray: Resurfacing.

 

Immense individual, irrespective of sport.

 

Pure grit, brilliantly analytical mind/marginal gains approach and a total refusal to be beaten, even as he’s preparing his mind for the possibility he needs to throw the towel in.
 

Inspiring character.

 

On 14/12/2019 at 09:05, elvis said:

You forgot "massive twat" 

 

I've heard good things about it but just can't bring myself to watch it because of what Elvis said. 

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9 hours ago, Carvalho Diablo said:

I struggled through 5 or 6 episodes of this before binning it. It wasn't just poor, it was soul crushingly boring and dull.

 

Something changed ?

I think the opposite. Opinions innit at the end of the day I guess.

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Don’t F*ck With Cats.

 

Three part crime documentary series on Netflix. Just blasted through it tonight. Mad little story about one of my fellow Canadians that fucks with cats and snakes and feet and people on Facebook. They probably could have stretched it out into five or six episodes but it was done pretty well. Easy viewing for just three hours.

 

7/10

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The end of the fucking world , easy 9/10 for me - absolute quality series that I put off for ages . The joke under the bridge at the end was comedy genius . Highly recommended

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Just now, Bobby Hundreds said:

I'm all over the witcher tonight. Loved all the games, hope it's good.

 

Same here, not read the books but the game is also based on them so hopefully they nail it. Reviews so far seem to be favourable. Plus all 8 episodes of the first series is great news as I was worried they'd release them one at a time on a weekly basis. 

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On 19/12/2019 at 15:57, Tj hooker said:

Currently at the end of season 2 I'm finding it a bit heavy going is it worth sticking with Barry 

I would say season 3 is the best season. Followed by season 4. I struggled the most with season 2. 

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Sticking it out with pennyworth. I'm 6 episodes in put of 10, so far it is pretty decent viewing. It's not too heavy and it's not even super smart, just pretty enjoyable stuff. And Paloma Faith is cracking. 7.5/10 so far. 

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Just now, Barry Wom said:

I would say season 3 is the best season. Followed by season 4. I struggled the most with season 2. 

Cheers Barry I'll stick with it as I have a bit of time on my hands at the moment 

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Treadstone Season One. 8/10. Does a good job of expanding the Bourne universe, telling a story across two timelines. If the fight sequences and occasional car chase are not quite up to the Bourne films then it’s purely down to budget limitations. Ends on some nice cliffhangers with the various story threads, so will head strongly into Season Two if, hopefully, it’s renewed.

 

EDIT: For those without access to something like Tea TV or Typhoon TV, It starts on Amazon Prime in January.

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The Witcher. (so far 8.9/10 and no doubt that will rise) 

4 episodes in so far and I'm hooked already. (Mind you,fantasy is my favourite genre.) People are going to judge this against GOT but that's unfair. It's a totally different story arc apart from being fantasy and should be judged on its own merit. 

I haven't read the books so can't judge how they have adapted the series to them. Much like GOT it is general a bunch of actors who personally I haven't heard of apart from a few, and so far they have done a great job. The cinematography is good and the music score fits perfectly. Character building could be better but I'm guessing they are going to continue feeding us with information as the whole thing progresses. That Anya Chalotra is a beautiful young woman in real life and it's pretty amazing how they have transformed her so far in this series and she pulls it off brilliantly.

The author had 7 main books to this series of novels, I'm not sure how many books this first series covers but it looks like it will be one at a time. That means Netflix will have a main seller for the next seven years. Fuck me, I'll be 62/63 by then, so I'll definitely be investing in a box set of the novels in January when the prices and availability are better. 

I can't wait to dig into the second half of the first series tomorrow evening, well worth the wait and Netflix are getting better at making the price of their subscription worthwhile.  

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