Discussion in 'General' started by Dits, Mar 30, 2017.
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They've come out with a Korean version, and it's like exactly the same, just with Korean actors. They didn't change a thing.
It was a cool show, with Spanish actors, that was a flop show till Netflix picked it up and gained popularity. Spent many nights in Brazil watching this with the girl.
Agreed, The Bear is worth watching. Speaking of FX on Hulu, The Old Man is good too. Under the Banner of Heaven was an interesting series as well.
The Boys never ceases to amaze. Episode 6 was great.
I couldn’t get through the second episode of The Bear. Some of the writing was terrible. Usually FX is great but this one wasn’t my jam. The Old Man, though, has been great.
Lasted 5 minutes into The Old Man. Way to close to home for us. My dad died from Lewy Body Dementia. Mother in law died from Dementia.
Watched Rumble early this morning. I'd no clue about Jessie Ed Davis.
I like documentaries and loved this one.
Watched the 4 episodes of "The Old Man" over the weekend - GREAT show so far....
Another vote for Jeff bridges in "the old man"
"Dark winds" amc
Can't wait for "resident alien" to come back syfi
"The bear" was pretty good too Cuzz... lots of yelling.
Speaking of fx crushing it... mr. Inbetween(avitar) , snowfall, and reservation dogs(hulufx)... am I forgetting anything else on fx? "Atlanta" new season was way too out there to enjoy.
Terminal List on Prime is a good one too.
Started "Midnight Mass" on Netflix. It's definitely worth watching.
Bill Burr at Red Rocks is fucking great. He’s been my favorite comedian for years so maybe I’m biased, but this made me laugh my ass off start to finish. Definitely give it a watch.
Girl in the picture...holy fuck. Humans are or can be weird mutherfucktards.
The series Resident Evil on Netflix is a good 7/10…. and Im not into sci-fi, zombie, dystopia future sort of shows.
Watching The Offer right now. It’s about the making of The Godfather. Pretty good so far.
The Gray Man is a good watch.
Yup. Figured I would like it given they directed my favorite Marvel movie, the Winter Soldier, as well as Infinity War/Endgame.
However, I think they leaned into those drone camera shots a little too heavily. It was neat in a few instances, but others just felt a little gimmicky.
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