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Title: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on October 31, 2015, 05:17:45 PM
I can't find the original thread, if it appears then please merge.......

Anyway, about a million years after everyone else as usual I am finally watching 'Game of Thrones'.  I found the box set of seasons 1-4 very cheap so it should keep me quiet for a while.......
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on October 31, 2015, 05:19:56 PM
NZ beating Oz in the World Cup.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on October 31, 2015, 05:23:42 PM
NZ beating Oz in the World Cup.

Is that still going on? 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on October 31, 2015, 06:36:17 PM
NZ beating Oz in the World Cup.

Is that still going on?
No. I record it on Tivo so I can ff through the ads.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Siz on October 31, 2015, 09:31:35 PM
I found the box set of seasons 1-4 very cheap so it should keep me quiet for a while.......

Don't suppose Dav, Mags and xSPx need to see it do they?
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on October 31, 2015, 09:50:40 PM
I found the box set of seasons 1-4 very cheap so it should keep me quiet for a while.......

Don't suppose Dav, Mags and xSPx need to see it do they?

LOL. :P

Actually that got me thinking...I would like to watch GoT again, starting from the beginning.  :chin:

Enjoy, Claireliontamer! If you're into fantasy/historical stuff then you'll surely love it. Most probably you'll enjoy it even if you're not into that stuff. :smilenod:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on October 31, 2015, 09:52:12 PM
I found the box set of seasons 1-4 very cheap so it should keep me quiet for a while.......

Don't suppose Dav, Mags and xSPx need to see it do they?

Claire, I haven’t seen 'Game of Thrones' either. I haven’t even seen that movie where a girl keeps singing…”Let it go...let it go…!”  ::)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on October 31, 2015, 10:09:14 PM
I haven’t even seen that movie where a girl keeps singing…”Let it go...let it go…!”  ::)

I haven't watched that either, much to the staggering disbelief of my 6 year old niece.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on November 01, 2015, 12:24:02 AM
I haven’t even seen that movie where a girl keeps singing…”Let it go...let it go…!”  ::)

I haven't watched that either, much to the staggering disbelief of my 6 year old niece.

I just watched on Youtube: Disney's Frozen "Let It Go" Sequence Performed by Idina Menzel. I finally heard the whole song. Sticky song, isn’t it? :sadnod:  Maybe one day I’ll watch the movie.
I liked the part of the music video where she lets down her hair.  :tellmemore: 
;D
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on November 01, 2015, 12:37:43 AM
I haven’t even seen that movie where a girl keeps singing…”Let it go...let it go…!”  ::)

I haven't watched that either, much to the staggering disbelief of my 6 year old niece.

I just watched on Youtube: Disney's Frozen "Let It Go" Sequence Performed by Idina Menzel. I finally heard the whole song. Sticky song, isn’t it? :sadnod:  Maybe one day I’ll watch the movie.
I liked the part of the music video where she lets down her hair.  :tellmemore: 
;D

 ::) Oh, why did I have to get all curious to see her let down her hair and watch the clip? Now I've got the song stuck in my head!

Let it go...let it go...

It is a sticky tune, for sure. Too sticky, in fact. :(

Can't hold it back anymore...

I'm thinking how useful those kind of superpowers would be during hot summer days. I would be able to chill a bottle of soda fairly quickly if only I could instantly make a snowman out of thin air...  :chin:

Let it go...let it go..
Turn away and slam the door


:daddance:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on November 01, 2015, 12:50:42 AM
 :la la la la:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: DeterminedJuliet on November 01, 2015, 11:38:49 AM
I can't find the original thread, if it appears then please merge.......

Anyway, about a million years after everyone else as usual I am finally watching 'Game of Thrones'.  I found the box set of seasons 1-4 very cheap so it should keep me quiet for a while.......

It's good, hey!

(I haven't seen the latest season yet, so no spoilers! :D)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on November 06, 2015, 07:54:54 PM
I've got to start watching House of Cards again...
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on November 07, 2015, 01:47:40 AM
I thought I would finally watch the 9th series of X Files so I'm up to date on the new series starting next year and I might just give that a miss because the 9th is so bad.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Buddy on November 18, 2015, 03:15:04 PM
My roommates actually linked watching the 700 club news so I watched a bit out of curiosity. Are these people real? Like they actually believe that Christians are under attack in America.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on November 18, 2015, 06:05:26 PM
My roommates actually linked watching the 700 club news so I watched a bit out of curiosity. Are these people real? Like they actually believe that Christians are under attack in America.
Oh dear!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Davin on November 18, 2015, 08:03:25 PM
My roommates actually linked watching the 700 club news so I watched a bit out of curiosity. Are these people real? Like they actually believe that Christians are under attack in America.
Yes. Yes they do. Having never been actually discriminated against, but filled with stories about how the devil wants to ruin all the things, leaves them looking very hard for where the devil is attacking them. Because they are not allowed to doubt their religion and there is no Devil to attack them (but he must be attacking them the church says it's everywhere), to resolve that problem, they perceive things that are not attacks, as attacks.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Essie Mae on December 14, 2015, 12:55:00 AM
I've been watching an American series called Fargo, 8/10 so far, two more to go. Comically dark, very dark and not the sort of thing I would generally watch; it's about a gang war, but it is riveting. There is an actress called Kirsten Dunst, very young, but very good. Patrick Wilson and Ted Danson are also in it. I would recommend it.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Firebird on December 14, 2015, 03:34:23 AM
Wife and I have been watching Gotham lately. I'm always been a Batman fan, and the acting is pretty good for the most part, especially the guys who play the Penguin and Alfred. But it's starting to overboard; latest story arc was too predictable and obvious, and Jim Gordon's character has become much darker than the comics usually went. Starting to feel gimmicky.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: MariaEvri on December 14, 2015, 05:19:43 PM
I am hooked with doctor who. I think I am turning into a fangirl







help
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on December 17, 2015, 07:57:32 PM
Detectorists Season 1 and The Bridge Season 3.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on December 17, 2015, 08:14:13 PM
Some poxy cooking program.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Essie Mae on December 17, 2015, 08:18:26 PM
Detectorists Season 1 and The Bridge Season 3.

I love 'The Detectorists' and can tell you that Series 2 doesn't disappoint. Finding it quite difficult to get into Series 3 of 'The Bridge'.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on December 20, 2015, 03:48:42 PM
Detectorists Season 1 and The Bridge Season 3.

I love 'The Detectorists' and can tell you that Series 2 doesn't disappoint. Finding it quite difficult to get into Series 3 of 'The Bridge'.

Just finished season 1 of The Detectorists and thoroughly enjoyed it, so well shot and directed there were parts almost Wes Anderson in style especially the open day part. Glad I checked it out.

I have to agree with The Bridge it isn't anywhere near as good as the first two seasons and the lack of Martin Rohde isn't really filled by the new person.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Guardian85 on December 20, 2015, 11:37:35 PM
Around this particular household all eyes have been on the Womens Handball World Cup. My parents like sports on TV.
Thankfully it ended today with the final, where I take a very small measure of pride that Norway crushed the Netherlands.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tom62 on December 21, 2015, 08:09:13 AM
Around this particular household all eyes have been on the Womens Handball World Cup. My parents like sports on TV.
Thankfully it ended today with the final, where I take a very small measure of pride that Norway crushed the Netherlands.

I'm still upset by that ;).
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Waski_the_Squirrel on December 22, 2015, 01:13:03 AM
I recently started watching The Expanse on Amazon Prime. I like science fiction, and I always appreciate realistic science. It's not totally accurate, but the creators of the show are making an effort to nod to the science. It seems to have the beginnings of an involved plot: it's clearly based on a book. I have high hopes for it, though there are only 4 episodes so far.

I'm also planning to start the books over Christmas break.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on December 23, 2015, 02:51:54 AM
I've been watching an American series called Fargo, 8/10 so far, two more to go. Comically dark, very dark and not the sort of thing I would generally watch; it's about a gang war, but it is riveting. There is an actress called Kirsten Dunst, very young, but very good. Patrick Wilson and Ted Danson are also in it. I would recommend it.

Sounds like season 3.  If you haven't seen season 1 yet, I can strongly recommend it-- Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton as a hapless shlub and a contract killer respectively.  Wonderful chemistry.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on December 24, 2015, 12:08:00 PM
I've been watching an American series called Fargo, 8/10 so far, two more to go. Comically dark, very dark and not the sort of thing I would generally watch; it's about a gang war, but it is riveting. There is an actress called Kirsten Dunst, very young, but very good. Patrick Wilson and Ted Danson are also in it. I would recommend it.

Sounds like season 3.  If you haven't seen season 1 yet, I can strongly recommend it-- Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton as a hapless shlub and a contract killer respectively.  Wonderful chemistry.

Also watch the origional film if you havn't. That is one of my favourites.

Decided to start watching Broadchurch and so far it is really good, only two episodes in though.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on December 25, 2015, 04:07:51 AM
A Christmas Carol, the 1951 version with Alaistair Sim.  I think I like this one even better than the George C. Scott version.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: No one on December 25, 2015, 04:28:23 AM
The wheels go round and round.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Waski_the_Squirrel on December 25, 2015, 05:33:45 AM
Tonight, I'm watching the Kenneth Branagh version of Wallander.

It's a depressing vision of Sweden, but another part of me wonders what my life would be like if I had grown up in a secular country, like Sweden.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on December 25, 2015, 09:17:17 AM
Tonight, I'm watching the Kenneth Branagh version of Wallander.

It's a depressing vision of Sweden, but another part of me wonders what my life would be like if I had grown up in a secular country, like Sweden.
Probably a lot less confusing :)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on January 01, 2016, 10:39:05 PM
I've just watched the Christmas special of 'Sherlock'.  I thought it was  brilliant, completely over the top and a genius parody of itself. 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on January 01, 2016, 10:41:04 PM
Day two of the Twilight Zone marathon.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Velma on January 02, 2016, 12:28:57 AM
One of those classic scifi movies from the 1950's:  It Came From Beneath the Sea.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 02, 2016, 02:40:11 AM
(http://static1.squarespace.com/static/55b45940e4b02fb2e151be6a/55b6c2f3e4b062ec9c23419c/567a3501a128e661e5c7f641/1450851771326/?format=500w)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 18, 2016, 08:10:32 PM
Though I'd check out the standup that Simon Amstell did a few years back, I enjoyed his cuntishness in popworld and hosting skills in Nevermind the Buzzcocks. Very good in a way I didn't expect it to be.

Simon Amstell - Do Nothing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4mH6E0hMbI)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Icarus on January 19, 2016, 01:29:58 AM
Some one gave me a ROKU thingy for Christmas. Now I have been watching a trashy series titled; "Orange is the new black".  Wow, that is one nasty set of scenes. So why in hell am I watching such stuff?  It is all because of an NPR interview program where the author
, the  real "Piper", was incarcerated for having made  a mistake in judgment mixed with her lesbian attraction to another woman with criminal intent.  The real Piper was a graduate of the exclusive Smith College and something of a debutante.  She landed in the slammer to cohabit with the dregs of society, some of whom were most intelligent. 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Firebird on January 19, 2016, 04:27:17 AM
Mostly been on a Marvel binge lately. Watched Jessica Jones on Netflix (very good)  and now doing Daredevil (good, though not quite as good)  in between the occasional Dr.  Who. All we do these days is stream.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Insoluble on January 19, 2016, 12:53:58 PM
There's nothing on.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 19, 2016, 08:04:10 PM
I have slowly been watching Making a Murderer, I have a bit of a dislike for documentaries due to the fact you can make any idea credible and stage what you like but damn it is good.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on January 20, 2016, 09:16:39 PM
I have slowly been watching Making a Murderer, I have a bit of a dislike for documentaries due to the fact you can make any idea credible and stage what you like but damn it is good.

I'm part way through this, it is good!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on January 21, 2016, 01:39:51 PM
I have slowly been watching Making a Murderer, I have a bit of a dislike for documentaries due to the fact you can make any idea credible and stage what you like but damn it is good.

I'm part way through this, it is good!

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/making-a-murderer-cold-case-investigator-believes-notorious-serial-killer-was-guilty-and-not-steven-a6824891.html have you seen this article today?
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 21, 2016, 03:15:24 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/making-a-murderer-cold-case-investigator-believes-notorious-serial-killer-was-guilty-and-not-steven-a6824891.html have you seen this article today?

I hadn't but I have now. I don't know what to make of it all. After watching the final episode my thoughts on the series was that the lawyers made some massive errors in the defence. This is where I think they fucked up going by what was presented in the show.

1) They never properly focused on the first charge of murder. They spent too long focusing on a conspiracy when there wasn't enough/any evidence for it, there was only suspicion. This is why they lost, they failed to highlight that because the bones, car and bullet were on his land doesn't indicate that he committed the murder. Its just as likely could have been another member of the family as it could have been him.

2) They didn't create a credible alternative story, they managed to poke holes in the time line but not provide an alternative narrative. The one they alluded to placed the police as the perpetrators. Rather than it just being a bias that made him the sole suspect and was an unfair investigation that ignored any potential other evidence.

3) They didn't ask for basic experiment methods to ensure a lack of bias or determine the accuracy of the blood tests.

Ultimately neither case was strong enough for a verdict to be given and whilst there is only the option of guilty or not-guilty available a fair trail isn't possible as it as clear as day to me this was an inconclusive case from both arguments. The Police were bias, the evidence was suspicious with only location really giving it any weight and the trail had been spoilt before it even got to a court. The defence were overly emotional, played along with Stevens conspiracy theory, failed to proved alternative narratives, failed to present a string of other potential suspects it could have pointed towards, failed to ensure their evidence got the best chances possible (even if it was late that would be a cause for review), failed to highlight why Stevens DNA could have been in the car and under the bonnet without the need for murder to have happened without resorting to far fetched ideas as the core of the case.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on January 21, 2016, 06:45:49 PM
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/making-a-murderer-cold-case-investigator-believes-notorious-serial-killer-was-guilty-and-not-steven-a6824891.html have you seen this article today?

I hadn't but I have now. I don't know what to make of it all. After watching the final episode my thoughts on the series was that the lawyers made some massive errors in the defence. This is where I think they fucked up going by what was presented in the show.

1) They never properly focused on the first charge of murder. They spent too long focusing on a conspiracy when there wasn't enough/any evidence for it, there was only suspicion. This is why they lost, they failed to highlight that because the bones, car and bullet were on his land doesn't indicate that he committed the murder. Its just as likely could have been another member of the family as it could have been him.

2) They didn't create a credible alternative story, they managed to poke holes in the time line but not provide an alternative narrative. The one they alluded to placed the police as the perpetrators. Rather than it just being a bias that made him the sole suspect and was an unfair investigation that ignored any potential other evidence.

3) They didn't ask for basic experiment methods to ensure a lack of bias or determine the accuracy of the blood tests.

Ultimately neither case was strong enough for a verdict to be given and whilst there is only the option of guilty or not-guilty available a fair trail isn't possible as it as clear as day to me this was an inconclusive case from both arguments. The Police were bias, the evidence was suspicious with only location really giving it any weight and the trail had been spoilt before it even got to a court. The defence were overly emotional, played along with Stevens conspiracy theory, failed to proved alternative narratives, failed to present a string of other potential suspects it could have pointed towards, failed to ensure their evidence got the best chances possible (even if it was late that would be a cause for review), failed to highlight why Stevens DNA could have been in the car and under the bonnet without the need for murder to have happened without resorting to far fetched ideas as the core of the case.

I haven't seen the full series yet, I think I'm on episode 6 but my impressions so far are if major corruption.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 24, 2016, 12:16:11 AM
Rick and Morty.

It is essentially an animated version of Dr Who aimed at a slightly older target audience.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Davin on January 25, 2016, 01:34:21 PM
Rick and Morty.

It is essentially an animated version of Dr Who aimed at a slightly older target audience.
I also think it has more than a bit of Doc and Marty from Back to the Future in it.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on January 25, 2016, 01:49:26 PM
Rick and Morty.

It is essentially an animated version of Dr Who aimed at a slightly older target audience.
I also think it has more than a bit of Doc and Marty from Back to the Future in it.

Definitely.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Buddy on February 05, 2016, 10:58:58 PM
One of my favorite movies:

Undercover Brother

Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Guardian85 on February 06, 2016, 01:17:47 AM
Recently started the first season of Elementary. It is another series in which Sherlock Holmes lives and works in our time.
Obviously not as good as Sherlock, but still pretty good.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on February 09, 2016, 11:00:33 PM
X-Files. Didn't enjoy the first two episodes bit too much Fox news for my tastes but the 3rd episode was really good fun. Need to watch the 4th but I also have Always Sunny to watch and that comes first.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on February 10, 2016, 11:29:10 PM
'How to Die: Simon's Choice' it's a BBC documentary about assisted suicide following the story of a man with MND.  For anyone with access to BBC iPlayer, it's worth watching.  Very emotional though: I haven't cried this much in a long time.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on February 11, 2016, 12:14:01 AM
Just watched Crimson Peak.  I think I may have a new guilty pleasure.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on February 18, 2016, 05:45:24 AM
The movie: The Color Purple
(http://www.sherv.net/cm/emo/sad/big-tears.gif)
For the love of Lucifer!
Someone...anyone...please help me stop crying!  :cryandrun:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on February 22, 2016, 09:45:36 PM
Is anyone else watching 'The People V OJ Simpson'? I think the USA is slightly ahead of where we are, just watched episode two now.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on February 22, 2016, 11:25:16 PM
"Trumbo", about the experiences of writer Dalton Trumbo on the blacklist during America's shameful Red Scare era.  Bryan Cranston does a good job as Trumbo, Helen Mirren is a deliciously evil Hedda Hopper and John Goodman plays Frank King, a producer of crap 50s and 60s movies (Ed Wood was one of his directors), who hired a number of blacklisted writers -- not out of nobility, they were just really cheap. 

Goodman has a wonderful scene that I could watch over and over.  It gets even better after this clip:

Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on February 23, 2016, 12:03:27 AM
Goodman is a fantastic actor, hugely under rated (though he has worked on a lot of shit). Give me him any day over the mediocre good looking hollywood actors that get all the large rolls (yeah I know a lot of them produce the films themselves). He is brilliant in Treme.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on March 04, 2016, 09:13:43 PM
House of Cards Season 4.....Finally it's back!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 05, 2016, 11:26:20 AM
House of Cards Season 4.....Finally it's back!

I love House of Cards! I've only watched about half the first season though. I've go to get busy watching it again...
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Claireliontamer on March 05, 2016, 02:22:15 PM
House of Cards Season 4.....Finally it's back!

I love House of Cards! I've only watched about half the first season though. I've go to get busy watching it again...

There aren't many shows I get excited about but I have been waiting for this new season.  I love that Netflix releases them all at once too, so no waiting a week for a new one!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on March 05, 2016, 03:37:12 PM
There aren't many shows I get excited about but I have been waiting for this new season.  I love that Netflix releases them all at once too, so no waiting a week for a new one!

Best thing ever (relating to TV). I hate watching programs at set times and having to wait for the next especially if it is slow paced like House of Cards. If networks want the ad revenue then just do what 4OD does but give us the freedom of modernity and keep the standard broadcasting for those that are still in the dark ages.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 05, 2016, 04:40:41 PM
House of Cards Season 4.....Finally it's back!

I love House of Cards! I've only watched about half the first season though. I've go to get busy watching it again...

There aren't many shows I get excited about but I have been waiting for this new season.  I love that Netflix releases them all at once too, so no waiting a week for a new one!

A binge watcher's dream. :grin: I don't have Netflix unfortunatley, but binge watching them all online is just as good I'd imagine. 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on March 06, 2016, 12:47:54 AM
I'm finally watching Firefly for the first time ever.

To further destroy my nerd cred, I'm going to commit the ultimate heresy and say I totally get why this show was cancelled. Not that I'm not enjoying it. But the concept of post-civil war Wild West outlaws in space with hot chicks isn't enough to sustain a show on it's own. There is no actual plot.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 18, 2016, 09:52:46 PM
I've been binge watching bad American Idol and X Factor auditions. I don't know why I like that stuff so much, it's such a major waste of time and doesn't add anything to my life. Still can't get enough though.  ::)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tom62 on March 19, 2016, 10:36:47 AM
I've been binge watching bad American Idol and X Factor auditions. I don't know why I like that stuff so much, it's such a major waste of time and doesn't add anything to my life. Still can't get enough though.  ::)

In Germany we called it Schadenfreude, which is pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune  ;).
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 19, 2016, 12:15:54 PM
I've been binge watching bad American Idol and X Factor auditions. I don't know why I like that stuff so much, it's such a major waste of time and doesn't add anything to my life. Still can't get enough though.  ::)

In Germany we called it Schadenfreude, which is pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune  ;).

That's such a cool word, I've incorporated it into my vocabulary. :grin:

Human nature is a funny thing, how else would programs/films such as 'Jackass' be so popular? :watching:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on March 19, 2016, 03:33:28 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on March 19, 2016, 03:44:39 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
I've just finished the first 2 episodes.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on March 19, 2016, 03:51:35 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
I've just finished the first 2 episodes.

It helped quite a bit that Walmart put it on the shelves at least 4 days prior to it actually being released. So I've been watching since last Friday. Which, seriously, I get that Walmart doesn't always hire the creme of the crop and there is some serious worker apathy there, but the release dates are stickered on the front of every individual package.

I was in the store texting BF like "hey... The X box one plays Blu Ray, right? Because that's the only one left and I don't want to bring anyone's attention to this by asking for DVD..."
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 19, 2016, 04:30:39 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
I've just finished the first 2 episodes.

 :watching:

How is that even possible? I watched the first season almost in one sitting!

 :P
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on March 19, 2016, 05:07:44 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
I've just finished the first 2 episodes.

 :watching:

How is that even possible? I watched the first season almost in one sitting!

 :P
Well I watched the last 2 episodes of series 4. Then watched the qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. Then watched 1 &2 of series 5. I may watch the rest tomorrow but may not as I feel crap at the moment with a sinking cold which I hope won't turn out to be flu.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 19, 2016, 10:53:56 PM
I just finished season 5 of GoT.
I've just finished the first 2 episodes.

 :watching:

How is that even possible? I watched the first season almost in one sitting!

 :P
Well I watched the last 2 episodes of series 4. Then watched the qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix. Then watched 1 &2 of series 5. I may watch the rest tomorrow but may not as I feel crap at the moment with a sinking cold which I hope won't turn out to be flu.

I'm going to channel OG here: whiskey and lemons...whiskey and lemons...
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Firebird on March 20, 2016, 02:57:13 AM
I'm finally watching Firefly for the first time ever.

To further destroy my nerd cred, I'm going to commit the ultimate heresy and say I totally get why this show was cancelled. Not that I'm not enjoying it. But the concept of post-civil war Wild West outlaws in space with hot chicks isn't enough to sustain a show on it's own. There is no actual plot.

How many episodes in are you? There's an overarching storyline with River (Summer Glau's character) that is quite good, IMO. I will say that we watched the pilot, weren't impressed, and didn't try again for a couple of years, but on the second attempt we got hooked.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on March 20, 2016, 04:56:24 AM
I'm finally watching Firefly for the first time ever.

To further destroy my nerd cred, I'm going to commit the ultimate heresy and say I totally get why this show was cancelled. Not that I'm not enjoying it. But the concept of post-civil war Wild West outlaws in space with hot chicks isn't enough to sustain a show on it's own. There is no actual plot.

How many episodes in are you? There's an overarching storyline with River (Summer Glau's character) that is quite good, IMO. I will say that we watched the pilot, weren't impressed, and didn't try again for a couple of years, but on the second attempt we got hooked.

I had a hard time getting into it at first too, because I generally dislike mixed genres, but then I caught the episode "Shindig" and was hooked.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on March 20, 2016, 10:09:11 AM
I'm finally watching Firefly for the first time ever.

To further destroy my nerd cred, I'm going to commit the ultimate heresy and say I totally get why this show was cancelled. Not that I'm not enjoying it. But the concept of post-civil war Wild West outlaws in space with hot chicks isn't enough to sustain a show on it's own. There is no actual plot.

How many episodes in are you? There's an overarching storyline with River (Summer Glau's character) that is quite good, IMO. I will say that we watched the pilot, weren't impressed, and didn't try again for a couple of years, but on the second attempt we got hooked.

4, I think. There seems to be some long term stuff that could happen, except they haven't really done anything with it. It's just mentioned every so often. So far they've just kicked around taking odd jobs and talking about the Alliance sucks.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny on March 24, 2016, 02:44:48 PM
The Last Leg, it's made in the UK utilising the "talents" of Adam Hills.
It's fucking awful, Hills used to be OK, at least he wasn't as annoying.

Who do we all agree to dislike the most this week? is it Putin or Trump?
Joyous right thinking get together, unchallenged declamation is such fun.
There's the two moronic offsiders, from the disabled Olympics coverage.
All people lacking of feet will be encouraged to run.
Two morons must be consulted on all social issues.
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Post by: Claireliontamer on March 24, 2016, 05:19:46 PM
The Last Leg, it's made in the UK utilising the "talents" of Adam Hills.
It's fucking awful, Hills used to be OK, at least he wasn't as annoying.

Who do we all agree to dislike the most this week? is it Putin or Trump?
Joyous right thinking get together, unchallenged declamation is such fun.
There's the two moronic offsiders, from the disabled Olympics coverage.
All people lacking of feet will be encouraged to run.
Two morons must be consulted on all social issues.

Pah, you clearly have no taste. I love the last leg.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on March 24, 2016, 10:05:56 PM
The Last Leg, it's made in the UK utilising the "talents" of Adam Hills.
It's fucking awful, Hills used to be OK, at least he wasn't as annoying.

Who do we all agree to dislike the most this week? is it Putin or Trump?


I say Trump.  For the time being, he's a more immediate threat.
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Post by: Tom62 on March 26, 2016, 07:45:37 PM
I'm now watching the friendly football match of Germany against England.
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Post by: Papasito Bruno on April 03, 2016, 02:56:05 AM
Kinda late, didn't think there would be anything good on to watch  (Just finished watching the end of the Detroit Red Wings game, they beat Toronto) and I lucked on "This Is Spinal Tap".
Haven't seen this in years, great movie. I so excited.
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Post by: Nam on April 03, 2016, 05:01:30 AM
Kinda late, didn't think there would be anything good on to watch  (Just finished watching the end of the Detroit Red Wings game, they beat Toronto) and I lucked on "This Is Spinal Tap".
Haven't seen this in years, great movie. I so excited.


Don't you hate it when there's 9,000+ channels and there's nothing on? I am watching Quantum Leap right now. I have it on DVD.

-Nam
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Post by: Tank on April 03, 2016, 09:39:55 AM
Kinda late, didn't think there would be anything good on to watch  (Just finished watching the end of the Detroit Red Wings game, they beat Toronto) and I lucked on "This Is Spinal Tap".
Haven't seen this in years, great movie. I so excited.


Don't you hate it when there's 9,000+ channels and there's nothing on? I am watching Quantum Leap right now. I have it on DVD.

-Nam
It's the ultimate 1st world problem. I can spend 20 minutes flicking through the channel guide and find nothing worth wasting more time on.
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Post by: Crow on April 03, 2016, 12:04:30 PM
Don't you hate it when there's 9,000+ channels and there's nothing on? I am watching Quantum Leap right now. I have it on DVD.

-Nam

I recently got rid of Sky because of that. Waste of damn money, I'm never available to watch the programs I want when they are on and I never sit down and think oh I must make sure I record all the shows I want to watch and I was paying £25 a month just for that privilege of basic tv and the ability to record, then there are all the packs on top. Changed it up to NowTV which is a internet version of the service and the grand total for pretty much the same package minus live TV came to £14 down from £65.
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Post by: Nam on April 03, 2016, 03:06:45 PM
Kinda late, didn't think there would be anything good on to watch  (Just finished watching the end of the Detroit Red Wings game, they beat Toronto) and I lucked on "This Is Spinal Tap".
Haven't seen this in years, great movie. I so excited.


Don't you hate it when there's 9,000+ channels and there's nothing on? I am watching Quantum Leap right now. I have it on DVD.

-Nam
It's the ultimate 1st world problem. I can spend 20 minutes flicking through the channel guide and find nothing worth wasting more time on.

Actually I DVR everything. I have a "Movies I Want list (215 movies)", "Movies I Used to Have" (back when VHS was the rage, about 23 movies) and a "Movies to replace" list (movies i have needing replaced. About 5 at the moment) on two separate DVR's (bedroom and living room). So, I always have something to watch. Plus, I have 3200+ movies on DVD, and 60+ TV shows on DVD (minus individual seasons) so...even if I can't find anything...always something to watch.

;)

-Nam
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Post by: Crow on April 03, 2016, 04:21:26 PM
Actually I DVR everything. I have a "Movies I Want list (215 movies)", "Movies I Used to Have" (back when VHS was the rage, about 23 movies) and a "Movies to replace" list (movies i have needing replaced. About 5 at the moment) on two separate DVR's (bedroom and living room). So, I always have something to watch. Plus, I have 3200+ movies on DVD, and 60+ TV shows on DVD (minus individual seasons) so...even if I can't find anything...always something to watch.

;)

Are you an obsessive collector by any chance? What do you do when formats become obsolete and where do you store all your physical collections.
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Post by: Nam on April 03, 2016, 04:58:05 PM
Actually I DVR everything. I have a "Movies I Want list (215 movies)", "Movies I Used to Have" (back when VHS was the rage, about 23 movies) and a "Movies to replace" list (movies i have needing replaced. About 5 at the moment) on two separate DVR's (bedroom and living room). So, I always have something to watch. Plus, I have 3200+ movies on DVD, and 60+ TV shows on DVD (minus individual seasons) so...even if I can't find anything...always something to watch.

;)

Are you an obsessive collector by any chance? What do you do when formats become obsolete and where do you store all your physical collections.

OCD only in not getting rid of any of the ones I don't care for. Of course most of them are in collections so...not much getting rid of them anyway.

I have them all (minus TV shows) in my bedroom. 11 shelves. All five levels except one that has seven levels. I restock (movies I buy from in between restocking) the shelves once or twice a year.

I don't understand what you mean by "formats becoming obsolete". I do have a Blu-ray player, if that's what you mean.

-Nam
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Nam on April 07, 2016, 04:41:23 PM
Just watched the new Star Wars film. I gave it 7/10. The trailer was better.

-Nam
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Post by: Crow on April 18, 2016, 11:51:22 PM
The 100.

I watched a few episodes a while back when it first came on and didn't make much of it (felt like a typical teen series but with a science fiction twist) so gave it a pass. I recently kept seeing a lot of really high reviews for later episodes, unusually high so decided to give the first season a chance. Whilst the first season does stick to what I thought it would be and has a bit of a Stargate feel to it it gets pretty good then gets a lot better in the second, if it keeps on improving at the rate then it should be pretty damn fantastic.
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Post by: Papasito Bruno on April 22, 2016, 02:42:45 PM
Last week my wife (Socorro) was in Honduras, so my son and I watched the entire first Season of True Deceives, with Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson and Michelle Monaghan.

We both really enjoyed this quite a bit (Second time my son watched it, but he was so impressed he begged me to watch it with him, so we figured the week we were both playing bachelors would work, it was fun spending time with him watching this and then replaying our favorite scenes over and discussing it). We watched 2 episodes on Monday, and then one each day after).

It is very well written, with some excellent dialogue. The writer is Nic Pizzolatto, and watching this has piqued my interest enough that I'm going to head to the bookstore this weekend and see about picking up some more of his work.

The cinematography is also excellent, with some visually stunning shots and sequences, and with musical direction by T Bone Burnett himself, the mood is consistent throughout the film.

Matthew McConaughey does an excellent job portraying the character of Detective Rust Cohle. Some of his lines from the film were fantastic, like this one with regards to his character describing himself both as a realist and pessimist.

I think human consciousness is a tragic misstep in evolution. We became too self-aware. Nature created an aspect of nature separate from itself - we are creatures that should not exist by natural law... We are things that labor under the illusion of having a self, that accretion of sensory experience and feelings, programmed with total assurance that we are each somebody, when in fact everybody's nobody... I think the honorable thing for our species to do is to deny our programming. Stop reproducing, walk hand in hand into extinction - one last midnight, brothers and sisters opting out of a raw deal.

I also relate to this exchange between McConaughey's character and Woody Harrelson's (Martin).

Rust Cohle: This place is like somebody's memory of a town, and the memory is fading. It's like there was never anything here but jungle.
Martin Hart: Stop saying shit like that. It's unprofessional.

Here is the Intro song for each episode (8 episodes in all)

The Handsome Family - Far From Any Road
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Crow on April 22, 2016, 03:12:27 PM
Yeah first season is great. Second never really clicked with me though.
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Post by: Firebird on April 22, 2016, 04:37:36 PM
Yeah first season is great. Second never really clicked with me though.

We liked season 1, but we only got a couple of episodes into season 2 and never followed up. From what I read, a lot of people felt the same way
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Post by: Sandra Craft on May 11, 2016, 08:25:55 PM
Just watched Deadpool -- not sure what I was expecting, but it wasn't this.  Loved the opening credits.
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Post by: Claireliontamer on May 11, 2016, 08:35:21 PM
Just discovered the classic 'Only Fools and Horses' on Netflix.  I don't know if it ever made it outside of the UK but it's bloody brilliant.
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Post by: Crow on May 12, 2016, 10:45:20 PM
Watched the documentary 'Valley Uprising', it gets a massive thumbs up from me.
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Post by: Bad Penny II on May 31, 2016, 02:29:18 PM
I still go to the local pulblic library, besides books they have those new fangled digital versatile disks as well.

Sirens, I'd seen it long ago but I got it anyway, you can get 7 digital versatile disks per card and I remembered Elle Macpherson's tits were in it.
Whatsitabout
My creator, Norman Lindsay is forming paint into lewdness so the (Anglican) church sends priest Hugh Grant with his wife to make him stop.
Norman doesn't stop and Hugh and wife leave sexually improved but no where nearly as much as Brad and Janet.

I do appear in the film.

"You've  been a very naughty pudding today so I'm not going to give you this chocolate"

She eats the chocolate.

(http://i.imgur.com/yJ0q0qK.jpg)

I get walloped

(http://i.imgur.com/PwmcHGK.jpg)

There is no justice in this world.

Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on June 03, 2016, 10:06:07 PM
Anyone watch Mr Robot? IMDB page (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4158110/).

I've been told it's a good series, though I haven't gotten round to watching any episodes myself yet.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on July 08, 2016, 10:44:50 PM
I just watched:
(http://www.magic925.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/51dMTfWLt-L.jpg)
It made me dance, laugh and cry. I liked it, it brought back so many memories.
--I love Los Angeles! --With all the good, the bad and the ugly.  :smokin cool:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny II on July 22, 2016, 03:37:00 PM
I'd vote for this thread having sticky status, there's only three threads with sticky status in the media section.
Sticky status, sticky status, sorry I like saying that.  Does anywhere still have fly paper, I visited my my mother's mother's home once, they had it, it'd caught a lot of flies.

Boardwalk Empire, I watched a series some years ago and I've had, XXXXX I thought I had them all on a hard drive for years but wiki says there's a fifth.  I'm about to start the 4th. Most people interested in watching it would probably have watched it but anyway.

It's got the obligatory tits but you can ff through the soft and use the minutes saved to watch proper porn later, if you too are a debased life form.  The males are all horrible but it's not their fault, they all had difficult childhoods.  The woman are all victims of the men.  I like half face and his girl though, I hope it works out for them.

What's it about?
There's little tiny parasites, they engorge themselves and ponce about and the host sickens.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on July 22, 2016, 04:05:51 PM
I've been watching Shameless, apparently the US version... We didn't know there were two and just picked the first one Netflix showed us.

Parts are entertaining. Parts I could do without. I am enjoying that it's pretty equal opportunity with the nudity, as opposed to say Game of Thrones where there are attractive naked women everywhere and so far we've seen two penises: the random actor who couldn't figure out if he had STDs, and Hodor.

I mean... NSFW
: show
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/85/91/3e/85913e9692dba4bc67fe8a4a3bb9ec8d.jpg)
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Post by: Bad Penny II on July 22, 2016, 04:26:03 PM
I've been watching Shameless, apparently the US version... We didn't know there were two and just picked the first one Netflix showed us.

Parts are entertaining. Parts I could do without. I am enjoying that it's pretty equal opportunity with the nudity, as opposed to say Game of Thrones where there are attractive naked women everywhere and so far we've seen two penises: the random actor who couldn't figure out if he had STDs, and Hodor.

I mean... NSFW
: show
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/85/91/3e/85913e9692dba4bc67fe8a4a3bb9ec8d.jpg)


Ye but if you see a penis you see a penis, you don't really ever see fem lower bits on TV.
And that's as it should be, society is more fragile than most imagine.
And  tiits don't count.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on July 22, 2016, 08:19:47 PM
I've been watching Shameless, apparently the US version... We didn't know there were two and just picked the first one Netflix showed us.

Parts are entertaining. Parts I could do without. I am enjoying that it's pretty equal opportunity with the nudity, as opposed to say Game of Thrones where there are attractive naked women everywhere and so far we've seen two penises: the random actor who couldn't figure out if he had STDs, and Hodor.

I mean... NSFW
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/85/91/3e/85913e9692dba4bc67fe8a4a3bb9ec8d.jpg)


Ye but if you see a penis you see a penis, you don't really ever see fem lower bits on TV.
And that's as it should be, society is more fragile than most imagine.
And  tiits don't count.

It depends on the show. With HBO and such getting into the tv series game and not having to worry so much about ratings and what's "allowed", as they're not public channels, things are changing. There's quite a bit of full frontal female nudity with little to no male nudity in the same show, especially in a sexual context. Usually a penis is shown in a joking context.

They may all be the same to you, and maybe they are... I like looking at them regardless and find that one particularly nice.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny II on July 23, 2016, 05:26:42 PM
I've been watching Shameless, apparently the US version... We didn't know there were two and just picked the first one Netflix showed us.

Parts are entertaining. Parts I could do without. I am enjoying that it's pretty equal opportunity with the nudity, as opposed to say Game of Thrones where there are attractive naked women everywhere and so far we've seen two penises: the random actor who couldn't figure out if he had STDs, and Hodor.

I mean... NSFW
(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/85/91/3e/85913e9692dba4bc67fe8a4a3bb9ec8d.jpg)


Ye but if you see a penis you see a penis, you don't really ever see fem lower bits on TV.
And that's as it should be, society is more fragile than most imagine.
And  tiits don't count.

It depends on the show. With HBO and such getting into the tv series game and not having to worry so much about ratings and what's "allowed", as they're not public channels, things are changing. There's quite a bit of full frontal female nudity with little to no male nudity in the same show, especially in a sexual context. Usually a penis is shown in a joking context.

They may all be the same to you, and maybe they are... I like looking at them regardless and find that one particularly nice.

That's not what I meant, a male's genitals protrude and a females doesn't, or not nearly as much and a camera can do full frontal and not catch much.  I'm perfectly understanding if you're a penile connoisseur.

Anyway all this ubiquitous porn is a curse on the modern mind.
A healthy body runs or swims or walks to stay healthy.
A healthy mind thinks, recalls and imagines, now it doesn't have to,
No not any more, doesn't have to recall the one on the train,
the one at work, in church or school, at the shop, next door.
Type a few keys and it served up to your preference like fricken pizza.
There's no mental exertion in modern masturbation, that's why the worlds so fkd.
 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Essie Mae on September 02, 2016, 02:44:44 PM
Now Voyager. "Oh Jerry, don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars ......."
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Post by: Sandra Craft on September 02, 2016, 07:55:29 PM
Now Voyager. "Oh Jerry, don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars ......."

I love that movie.  Two of my favorite old actors -- Bette Davis and Claude Rains -- at the same time!
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Post by: Essie Mae on September 02, 2016, 08:33:06 PM
Now Voyager. "Oh Jerry, don't let's ask for the moon. We have the stars ......."

I love that movie.  Two of my favorite old actors -- Bette Davis and Claude Rains -- at the same time!

So cool, the way Paul Henreid always lit both cigarettes in his mouth and then passed one to her. On the day Bette Davis died I was watching reports of it on screens as I queued up the spiral staircase of Blackpool Tower with my children and Ma-in-law to get up to the lift that then took us up to the top.
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Post by: Anne D. on September 06, 2016, 02:56:03 AM
Just finished the Night Of from HBO. Really liked it. No prettying up of any aspect of the US justice system.
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Post by: Pasta Chick on September 07, 2016, 01:28:59 AM
I watched Stranger Things in like 3 days and I absolutely loved it.

Then I watched Sky because Norman Reedus is in it, but it bad. So fucking bad. I'm actually mad about how bad it was.
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Post by: Guardian85 on September 10, 2016, 10:07:30 PM
I just discovered there is a "lost" Mythbusters episode and now I have it.
It's like waking up the day after your birthday and discovering you still have a present to unwrap, only better!
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Post by: Tom62 on September 11, 2016, 07:27:47 AM
I'm watching Penn & Teller video's on YouTube
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Post by: Tank on September 11, 2016, 08:21:36 AM
Naked dating. A surprisingly good way to demystify nudity and sexuality. Last night it was a bi-sexual woman choosing so there were 3 men and 3 women for her to choose from. It was interesting who the rejected people reacted. She ended up with a woman and they got on like a house on fire. I think the key element of this program is the attitude of the contestants is self selecting in that they are literally open about their sexuality. The chooser has to get naked as well.
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Post by: Arturo on November 25, 2016, 02:01:34 AM
I just watched "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind". Wonderfully put together film and makes me wonder if they will have this in the future of neurology. Also the story is very depressing as it reminds me of someone. Other than that, I'd say it's a great movie.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on November 25, 2016, 05:52:44 AM
Judgement at Nuremberg.  Hoping this doesn't go from nostalgic to prophetic.
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Post by: Bad Penny II on November 26, 2016, 01:19:56 PM
Judgement at Nuremberg.  Hoping this doesn't go from nostalgic to prophetic.

I sometimes feel nostalgic, not about hanging Nazis necessarily but I get it that they may have been those were the days days.  I didn't think you quite that old though.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on November 28, 2016, 08:33:42 PM
Judgement at Nuremberg.  Hoping this doesn't go from nostalgic to prophetic.

I sometimes feel nostalgic, not about hanging Nazis necessarily but I get it that they may have been those were the days days.  I didn't think you quite that old though.

Not quite, that's why it's nostalgia.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on January 17, 2017, 06:20:05 AM
Today is Monday, January 16, and we celebrate the work and life of Martin Luther King Jr. I'm watching: King: A Filmed Record; From Montgomery to Memphis.
I recommend it.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on January 17, 2017, 07:45:58 PM
I've been watching two animes recently. Both have similar main characters, in that they have a past where the murdered many people and now live a peaceful life. They are both pretty old but I watch them on a tv channel like streaming service.

The one I know best, Ruroni Kenshin, just "started" a new arc where the main character has to confront that his past is catching up with him. An old rival is out for his life, and he is as good as ever, while the main character has taken up a life of peace and hasn't fought rugged in a long time. He wonders if he is capable for the task.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny II on January 18, 2017, 10:13:25 AM
Travel Man.
Like many things travel can be such a bother, I think it's better to watch someone else do it.
I dislike most travel surrogates but I'd recommend Ayoade for a vicarious travel experience.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on January 18, 2017, 01:14:24 PM
I watched the first episode of The Young Pope. I'm pretty tossed on it. It wasn't bad but it wasn't super engaging either. Can't tell what direction they're going with it.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Papasito Bruno on January 18, 2017, 03:46:55 PM
I watched the first episode of The Young Pope. I'm pretty tossed on it. It wasn't bad but it wasn't super engaging either. Can't tell what direction they're going with it.

I recorded it, and hopefully will have time to watch it this weekend, butt other reviews I'm seeing online aren't very favorable either. At least he's "Hot", I mean that's the direction the church should go next time they are choosing a Pope. Pick one that is sexy, and hip.

Same rational as when Bishop George Carlin unveiled the "Buddy Jesus" in the movie Dogma.

(http://i.imgur.com/A6cI7L4.jpg)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on July 09, 2017, 07:37:06 PM
I just watched Pirates of the Caribbean (2017) on my Dad's tv/computer. Was much better than the previous one with Penelope Cruz. Orlando Bloom had a small but important part to drive the plot as well as the other characters.

There were some plot holes concerning why they needed Jack Sparrow and some missed edits with Captain Barbossa. If you watch the movie to the end you would understand what I mean.

Overall though I would like to see a new one 👍
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on July 09, 2017, 07:44:34 PM
Started watching season 2 of Preacher and have totally surprised myself by liking it, even with all the violence.  It's very funny, and with me that goes a long way.  I'll have to subscribe to Hulu to watch season 1.
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Post by: Davin on July 10, 2017, 04:05:00 PM
I just watched Pirates of the Caribbean (2017) on my Dad's tv/computer. Was much better than the previous one with Penelope Cruz. Orlando Bloom had a small but important part to drive the plot as well as the other characters.

There were some plot holes concerning why they needed Jack Sparrow and some missed edits with Captain Barbossa. If you watch the movie to the end you would understand what I mean.

Overall though I would like to see a new one 👍
When I watched the first one, I wasn't expecting much, but I really liked it. And while the last two haven't been close to the same level, I still like them. Though I haven't seen the latest one.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Davin on July 10, 2017, 04:06:00 PM
Started watching season 2 of Preacher and have totally surprised myself by liking it, even with all the violence.  It's very funny, and with me that goes a long way.  I'll have to subscribe to Hulu to watch season 1.
I really like that series. I haven't read the comic books, but I've heard a lot of people talk about them. I'll get around to them.
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Post by: Arturo on July 10, 2017, 09:47:04 PM
Just watched the first 3-4 episodes of "American Gods." I have to say that I don't see thing going far in terms of seasons but I like it none the less. They characters give subtle clues about who they are in regular conversation and I appreciate that. Except for the leprechaun, he says flat out who he is. There are some interesting scenes with characters that would normally be considered actual "American" Gods like the buffalo, or the wolf, ect.

The main character is African American, and every episode thus far begins with and actual African God doing something, somewhere, in America's history. So far these scenes have nothing to do with the plot. There was also one scene where muhammad [?] has gay sex with a middle eastern man he drove in his taxi. I don't know why this happened. It just happened in the middle of the episode and I didn't understand why.

I am curious as to what the Native American spirits have to do with the plot as they just seem to appear for a moment and not really do much. It is implied there is a war coming between the old gods, and the new gods (also because the description for the tv show says that) and I am wondering where the indigenous american spirits fit into all this. Will they just sit back and watch them tear each other apart and take the people caught in the middle? It's all very interesting as the role they play isn't explicitly stated.

I'd recommend the show to anyone if they don't mind subtle nuance in character descriptions. :thumbsup:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Davin on July 10, 2017, 10:09:51 PM
Just watched the first 3-4 episodes of "American Gods." I have to say that I don't see thing going far in terms of seasons but I like it none the less. They characters give subtle clues about who they are in regular conversation and I appreciate that. Except for the leprechaun, he says flat out who he is. There are some interesting scenes with characters that would normally be considered actual "American" Gods like the buffalo, or the wolf, ect.

The main character is African American, and every episode thus far begins with and actual African God doing something, somewhere, in America's history. So far these scenes have nothing to do with the plot. There was also one scene where muhammad [?] has gay sex with a middle eastern man he drove in his taxi. I don't know why this happened. It just happened in the middle of the episode and I didn't understand why.

I am curious as to what the Native American spirits have to do with the plot as they just seem to appear for a moment and not really do much. It is implied there is a war coming between the old gods, and the new gods (also because the description for the tv show says that) and I am wondering where the indigenous american spirits fit into all this. Will they just sit back and watch them tear each other apart and take the people caught in the middle? It's all very interesting as the role they play isn't explicitly stated.

I'd recommend the show to anyone if they don't mind subtle nuance in character descriptions. :thumbsup:
The native American gods play a pretty big role in the book. I really liked the book too.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on July 10, 2017, 10:28:10 PM
I just watched Pirates of the Caribbean (2017) on my Dad's tv/computer. Was much better than the previous one with Penelope Cruz. Orlando Bloom had a small but important part to drive the plot as well as the other characters.

There were some plot holes concerning why they needed Jack Sparrow and some missed edits with Captain Barbossa. If you watch the movie to the end you would understand what I mean.

Overall though I would like to see a new one 👍
When I watched the first one, I wasn't expecting much, but I really liked it. And while the last two haven't been close to the same level, I still like them. Though I haven't seen the latest one.

Yes the last two were not my taste but I guess when you are Disney you can shove it down people's throats until they like it. (i.e. cars)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on July 10, 2017, 10:29:53 PM
Just watched the first 3-4 episodes of "American Gods." I have to say that I don't see thing going far in terms of seasons but I like it none the less. They characters give subtle clues about who they are in regular conversation and I appreciate that. Except for the leprechaun, he says flat out who he is. There are some interesting scenes with characters that would normally be considered actual "American" Gods like the buffalo, or the wolf, ect.

The main character is African American, and every episode thus far begins with and actual African God doing something, somewhere, in America's history. So far these scenes have nothing to do with the plot. There was also one scene where muhammad [?] has gay sex with a middle eastern man he drove in his taxi. I don't know why this happened. It just happened in the middle of the episode and I didn't understand why.

I am curious as to what the Native American spirits have to do with the plot as they just seem to appear for a moment and not really do much. It is implied there is a war coming between the old gods, and the new gods (also because the description for the tv show says that) and I am wondering where the indigenous american spirits fit into all this. Will they just sit back and watch them tear each other apart and take the people caught in the middle? It's all very interesting as the role they play isn't explicitly stated.

I'd recommend the show to anyone if they don't mind subtle nuance in character descriptions. :thumbsup:
The native American gods play a pretty big role in the book. I really liked the book too.

Yes I remember hearing about the book years ago and now I wish to read it.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on July 19, 2017, 01:24:32 AM
https://youtu.be/uHtLwmWSaJs

Found this video and lol'd
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Arturo on August 09, 2017, 02:07:05 PM
SHOOT THE MOON!


I would have put this in the good films thread but I think their movies work better as clips.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Papasito Bruno on August 10, 2017, 07:52:19 PM
Lately I've taken to watching "Big Time Amphibian Wrestling" also known as "The BTAW", or as they pronounce it down in Texas were this is really popular, "BEETAW WRESLING"!

(http://i.imgur.com/o4Oif9X.jpg)



By the way that's “Rowdy” Roddy Frogger taking down "Ravishing" Rick Toad!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on August 13, 2017, 04:03:52 AM


Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on November 06, 2017, 01:20:44 PM
Took another sick day off, so I've got plenty of time to snuggle under the covers and watch bad American Idol auditions.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Magdalena on November 06, 2017, 01:59:22 PM
Took another sick day off, so I've got plenty of time to snuggle under the covers and watch bad American Idol auditions.
(https://www.toonpool.com/user/997/files/chicken_doctor_people_soup_1172985.jpg)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on November 06, 2017, 05:26:55 PM
^  ;D
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Pasta Chick on November 06, 2017, 06:21:47 PM
I'm bringing Netflix series to potentially switch to Hulu for a bit.

Just finished Stranger Things 2, which was very good but not nearly as good as season 1. I felt like they tried to cram too much in and rushed around. At the same time there was a lot of weird problematic stuff, and I felt more like they were going for "remember when we weren't all so PC" instead of "remember all this music and film projectors and D&D on graph paper"?
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on January 06, 2018, 10:04:50 AM
Now have Netflix.

Binge watching The Big Bang Theory.

Best line so far. Penny is in the laundry with the hot blond who has moved in upstairs and describes 'Shields' from Star Trek and double takes on her new found gookdom!

I have far too much in common with Sheldon. No, really, I do!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 04, 2018, 03:44:00 PM
I really want to watch Vikings on Netflix.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: hermes2015 on March 04, 2018, 06:08:49 PM
Now have Netflix.

Binge watching The Big Bang Theory.

Best line so far. Penny is in the laundry with the hot blond who has moved in upstairs and describes 'Shields' from Star Trek and double takes on her new found gookdom!

I have far too much in common with Sheldon. No, really, I do!

I'm enjoying the spin-off called Young Sheldon. I'm afraid I can see a lot of myself in that boy.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on March 04, 2018, 11:13:28 PM
Binge watching Grace and Frankie on Netflix.  Enjoying it overall, but what the heck is wrong with Fonda's eyes? 
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Icarus on March 05, 2018, 02:14:14 AM
Books, Fonda is an old broad who has exceeded her "use by" date.  I still like her and both me and wife Elaine enjoy the humorous series with Frankie (Lilly Tomlin) the  delightful weirdo. ....Oh Alright I did not like Jane much when she was Hanoi Jane. Never mind that she was closer to being right than our glorious leaders.

I still shudder at the movie about that Vietnam madness, Deer Hunter and its eventual outcome.  It has the most poignant theme music.  The musical composition is called Cavatina.  It grabs me with force and emotion............https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSECkRnpsDE 

Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on March 05, 2018, 01:07:17 PM
Found Orange is the new Black on Netflix, Hooked!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: No one on March 05, 2018, 01:09:56 PM
The wheels going round and round.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: jumbojak on March 06, 2018, 12:28:30 AM
The Virginian. Locusts are about to descend on Medicine Bow.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on March 06, 2018, 01:25:06 AM
Taking a break from Grace and Frankie to watch The Frankenstein Chronicles.  Doesn't Sean Bean ever age?  It seems to me he's looked craggy and middle-aged for 50 years.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: jumbojak on March 06, 2018, 02:01:39 AM
The Virginian. Locusts are about to descend on Medicine Bow.

And... The dreaded locusts were defeated. Like Leonidas at Thermopylae, the men of Shiloh held the scourge at bay by lighting a fire break in a mountain pass...
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on March 06, 2018, 06:32:32 AM
Taking a break from Grace and Frankie to watch The Frankenstein Chronicles.  Doesn't Sean Bean ever age?  It seems to me he's looked craggy and middle-aged for 50 years.
Well at least as the lead he won't die till they cancel the series!
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on March 06, 2018, 09:06:20 PM
Taking a break from Grace and Frankie to watch The Frankenstein Chronicles.  Doesn't Sean Bean ever age?  It seems to me he's looked craggy and middle-aged for 50 years.
Well at least as the lead he won't die till they cancel the series!

I was wondering if he'd find some way around that.  He sure does seem to like dying off early in things.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on March 07, 2018, 03:41:05 PM
Taking a break from Grace and Frankie to watch The Frankenstein Chronicles.  Doesn't Sean Bean ever age?  It seems to me he's looked craggy and middle-aged for 50 years.
Well at least as the lead he won't die till they cancel the series!

I was wondering if he'd find some way around that.  He sure does seem to like dying off early in things.

*cough*Gameofthrones *cough* *cough*

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Doesn't Sean Bean ever age?  It seems to me he's looked craggy and middle-aged for 50 years.

It's true! Between Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones it looks like he hasn't aged a day. :notsure:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Michael Reilly on March 08, 2018, 07:23:16 PM
The Punisher on Netflix. I am a huge fan of Marvel (and DC, and Star Trek, and the Expanse, and...) I have been enjoying the sheer, visceral, "No fuck you" of the main character's response to...everything. There is also an element of concern with veterans (of which I am one) in the narrative, which makes it especially poignant for me.

So yeah, if you have the next 43 years free, watch all of the Marvel shows on Netflix (I am still working my way through them), then AGENTS of Shield, than the 13 Marvel movies. And Legion. And the X-Men.

This is a work in progress.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Buddy on March 11, 2018, 03:58:45 AM
The Punisher on Netflix. I am a huge fan of Marvel (and DC, and Star Trek, and the Expanse, and...) I have been enjoying the sheer, visceral, "No fuck you" of the main character's response to...everything. There is also an element of concern with veterans (of which I am one) in the narrative, which makes it especially poignant for me.

So yeah, if you have the next 43 years free, watch all of the Marvel shows on Netflix (I am still working my way through them), then AGENTS of Shield, than the 13 Marvel movies. And Legion. And the X-Men.

This is a work in progress.

Better watch them before they get taken down. Disney is starting their own streaming service and they won't be renewing their contract with Netflix when it comes up.

I finally finished watching The Grand Tour on Amazon. I actually enjoyed it more than Top Gear. They were able to get away with a lot more than when they were on BBC. The show itself was hilarious and I love the chemistry between Clarkson, Hammond, and May.

Also, my boyfriend will never know, but Hammond is totally my celebrity crush.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny II on April 19, 2018, 01:09:50 PM
Currently, over a week.

Shaun the sheep 19:20 to 19:30 daily
Portillo's train shows, why? I don't know, he's...
Travel Man
QI repeats

After imbibing beer:
Various movies
The IT crowd, but only one at a time. Is that anal? ahh fuck Freud anyway.
Flight of the Concords, if I've watched the allotted one episode of the IT Crowd but want more comedy.
American Gods
Westworld
Upstart Crow

Some Aus things that probably wouldn't mean anything to anyone but Bluenose.


I watched a couple of episodes of Knightfall, crappy trying be earnest.
The first episode of the new series of the The Trip To... Spain seemed to fail.

Has anyone ever introduced Icarus to Dara O'Briain?
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Dave on April 20, 2018, 09:26:06 PM
Just watched, "The theory of everything."

Moving.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Bad Penny II on August 08, 2018, 02:25:45 PM
Detectorists
It's one those cute British shows.
On balance it's OK. The genre usually has a couple of normal people living in a village of idiots.
There might be as many as five normals living in a village of idiots, it's fighting the stereotype.

I'm not turning detectorist but an inspiration to get off your butt and get out in the world is good.

(https://i.imgur.com/oBDLaOU.jpg)

They're a couple. She's a school teacher he's an ugly mature aged student with a wandering eye.
You have to suspend your disbelief that she's with him, she doesn't seem to have poor self esteem.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on August 13, 2018, 12:24:07 AM
Yesterday I watched Adrift...sad, such a sad movie.  :weepy:

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/ee/Adrift_%282018_film%29.png)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Tank on August 13, 2018, 11:26:09 AM
Yesterday I watched Adrift...sad, such a sad movie.  :weepy:

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/e/ee/Adrift_%282018_film%29.png)

Thank you for the warning, I shall avoid it.


This on the other hand is a truly inspiring and by turns funny, sad and horrifying.

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4f/The_official_poster_for_the_film_Hidden_Figures%2C_2016.jpg)
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: Sandra Craft on August 14, 2018, 03:21:12 AM

This on the other hand is a truly inspiring and by turns funny, sad and horrifying.

(https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4f/The_official_poster_for_the_film_Hidden_Figures%2C_2016.jpg)

Love that movie.  Was delighted when some little girls dressed up as characters from Hidden Figures for Halloween.

Currently watching "The Rains Came".  Love Myrna Loy.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: jumbojak on August 15, 2018, 03:53:12 AM
I'm watching Santa Shark. Yes, it's as stupid as the title sounds. Shark in a frigging Santa hat terrorizes a waterfront community after being brought to life by a magic pen.
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: xSilverPhinx on August 15, 2018, 12:22:17 PM
Really good movie, Hidden Figures. :smilenod:

I'm watching Santa Shark. Yes, it's as stupid as the title sounds. Shark in a frigging Santa hat terrorizes a waterfront community after being brought to life by a magic pen.

:???:
Title: Re: What are you watching?
Post by: MariaEvri on August 15, 2018, 02:11:45 PM
I;m watching Top Gear specials. I really don;t care about cars and sometimes I hate one of those guys, but I enjoy watching the show