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The whole 4 episodes are on Rarg now...............

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Anyone know when The Bureau season 5 is coming to Netflix....?

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11 minutes ago, faraday said:

Anyone know when The Bureau season 5 is coming to Netflix....?

Jeez

You're keen on this one mate.

 

It will be available on Sundance on 18 June so imagine Netflix will be around the same date.

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19 minutes ago, Will27 said:

Saw this one on YouTube the other day.

 

I'm a Brian Gittins fan.

Enjoyed this one.

Only 12 minutes long.

 

Summary: During the bleak winter of 2012, Brian Gittins was marooned in his remote cottage. Instead of wallowing in misery, he decided to build a robot.

 

 

 

A moving story !

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If it wasn't for this China Virus the Deer Hunter would be the last film ive watched. Just watched S.1&2 of Yellowstone enjoyed it.

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I like Tom Hardy and was just thinking recently that many of his role portrayals are of a similar ilk and wondered if his talents stretched beyond those limits, so I got onto a film called, "Locke" and was very pleasantly surprised, more so because it is a movie based on one man in a particular situation and would appear to be a difficult role– – I won't go into more detail because it might spoil it.

 

So with that in mind I also watched "Legend" where he stars as the Kray brothers twins and also enjoyed that one.

 

Also uncovered a good movie called, "A Moment of Clarity" and although it wasn't outstanding, it was very enjoyable with a couple of twists in the plot.

 

Good viewing.

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In the not for everyone department.

Dickinson, 10 part half hour series, has been renewed.

Spiritually accurate though intentionally not literally historically accurate (comedic use of modern slang, etc.)
The lesbian love story was real though and not artificially added.

Good for those interested in the poet Emily Dickinson, Amherst Massachusetts, civil war era America, etc.

 

Brilliant performance as Emily by Hailee Steinfeld.

 

 

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Current situation with the lack of new movie releases is a good opportunity to re-visit some of the old favourites. Last night watched Panic Room (2002), what a good movie, no special effects, just good acting and a great plot.

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Last week , two seasons, 8 episodes every day. The Conners

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First I do missed Barr but after a few episodes I got over her, they did a good job out making something without the main host.

Sara (Darlene) gets all the credits , I did like her anyways and she still has her 'black'.

 

 

Last night Total ReKall

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A good classic never gets old.

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Best series since Breaking bad - 

 

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If there is nothing new made there is enough good content already existing to last several lifetimes. But what would be missing is content that reflects the current times. 

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There's a very disturbing series from Channel 4 about a similar situation to now.

it is called Utopia.

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