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A thank you to whoever recommended the Romanian series 'Umbre'. Absolutely brilliant. Easily a 9/10 rating in my book.

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23 hours ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

It wasn't true car chases but a cartoon.

Apparently, the fizz and sparks button stuck down on the CGI computer and the director screamed "let it roll the sheeple will love it"

 

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Tv series - Don't <deleted> with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer

 

Really enjoyed episode one.
All three episodes are out there.

Summary: A group of online justice seekers track down a guy who posted a video of him killing kittens.

 

 

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5 hours ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

A thank you to whoever recommended the Romanian series 'Umbre'. Absolutely brilliant. Easily a 9/10 rating in my book.

Yep

 

It's a belter of a series.

 

Right up there with Gomorrah and Sr. Avila I reckon.

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1 hour ago, Will27 said:

Yep

 

It's a belter of a series.

 

Right up there with Gomorrah and Sr. Avila I reckon.

Any hints of another series?

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40 minutes ago, IvorBiggun2 said:

Any hints of another series?

Have you tried Gomorrah and Sr Avila?

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22 minutes ago, Will27 said:

Have you tried Gomorrah and Sr Avila?

Yes thanks. Also 'Suburra' and 'Fouda'. All exceptional. I'll do a bit of Google-ing and see what I've missed.

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Just finished watching TOGO, about an Alaskan dog team that had

to bring serum to Nome for a diptheria outbreak in the 1920's,

a great story and exciting to watch.

regards worgeordie

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The other day we watched "Dancing with the birds"  on Netflix.  Most amazing show about (mostly) birds of paradise and their courting/dancing/mating rituals.  Fascinating and sometimes amusing.

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8 hours ago, worgeordie said:

Just finished watching TOGO, about an Alaskan dog team that had

to bring serum to Nome for a diptheria outbreak in the 1920's,

a great story and exciting to watch.

regards worgeordie

And the basis for the Iditarod

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Three parter  A Christmas Carol, its a new adaption from the BBC supposed to be very dark and has bad reviews,as it has strayed from the original ,however ,just downloaded it and will give it a try . (as its the BBC wonder if its nice and PC ,Ebeneezer is gay and there is an lgbtxyz  character as well ?😃) anyway its in the usual places if you want some Christmas cheer.

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On 12/20/2019 at 1:56 PM, Mike Teavee said:

You not like Tom & Jerry? Roadrunner???

 

It was fun, entertaining & made you gasp at times, who cares whether it was real or not....  

 

Edit... Let's just agree to disagree, from now on I'll only comment on Real Life Docu/Dramas.... Speaking of which am I the only one waiting for the final episode of Temptation Island 2 (Now they should make a cartoon of that 😛 )

 

I’m glad you posted your thoughts on the movie, I saw it on the first day of release and I knew the reaction it would get here.

 

i thought it was great! I have never seen a Michael Bay movie, but I thought he’s on top of his game, there is a definite skill in this modern film making, sure, there was a good amount of CGI but it’s not only the visuals, the sound production was amazing, I’m reminds me why I invested in a decent sound 5.1 system.

 

 

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