Discussion in 'General' started by Dits, Mar 30, 2017.
Woodstock '99 documentary on HBO Max. Holy what a fiasco that was.
Way behind everyone else but I've been watching Deadwood on HBO Max, it's bloody brilliant.
half way through Ted Lasso, (appleTV)
not bad at all
That the one with Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson about hunting down Bonnie and Clyde?
....was a pretty terrible film in all respects.
It’s fun and entertaining. Not all movies need to have a deep and meaningful plot. This one is just about the over the top action and gore. It's not perfect by any means, but I had enough fun watching it to recommend it to lovers of the genre.
I thought it was excellent!
Yes it's pretty damn good.
Another Netflix produced movie I'd recommend is "The Ballad of Lefty Brown."
My wife and I love this show. I would have never predicted it would be something I would like.
I wish they would have dropped the entire second season at once. So I'll cancel and wait for the entire season to complete.
It really is well done.
Watched Schumacher and it was ok. Probably could have cut out 40 minutes and it would have been the same.
Nothing earth shattering in there, and a very slow pace for a racing documentary. They focused so much on the losing and very little of the winning.
Last thing I watched on Netflix was the program about Bob Ross. That was sad to watch.
Clickbait was worth a watch once
I enjoyed "Kate". Bonus it featured one of my recent favorite bands, Band-Maid.
Just watched the whole Ladt Czar series last night.
I thought it was really good.
Stowaway was good
Untold: Crime & Punishment on Netflix and the Bob Probert documentary on Amazon are both worth catching if you like hockey. Former may be entertaining even if you’re not a hockey fan and just want to see the real carnage that unfolded when a high school kid with a mob fortune was given a junior league professional hockey team…
I'll have to check that out. I was a huge Wings fan growing up and got to sit next to Probert for 30 min at a card signing event. He had stitches/wounds that day that (for some reason) I remember being from a fight with a teammate after the game the night before.
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