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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2017 11:10 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote

I've been looking forward to seeing this, out next month at the flicks:



The story of the court case brought by Holocaust-denier David Irving against American historian Deborah Lipstadt.  I read her book that prompted it about ten years ago:



https://www.amazon.co.uk/Denying-...1-1&keywords=deborah+lipstadt

And her account of the trial last year:



https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/cka/Hi...1-4&keywords=deborah+lipstadt

Seems to have been well-reviewed, and whilst it isn't going to be a barrel of laughs this sort of thing is (to put it mildly) important to remember.
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Started watching Goliath on Amazon Prime. The plot would seem a bit cliched; recovering alcoholic lawyer, living in motel, drives old Mustang, takes on case of unlawful death against huge law firm he built and then was sacked from, ex-wife, daughter etc. However, Billy Bob Thornton is the lead and generally he's good in anything he does (Fargo was great as well) - 5 episodes in and we're really enjoying it.
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We watched Gone Girl at the weekend.
I can't help think it had completely the wrong ending and on reflection although most of it was a decent film (once it had got over the flowery, mumbled language at the start) I think I'd like to have those 2 hours back.

My brother-in-law also, er, 'treated' us to the 1st episode of Black Mirror on Netflix.
Once you've watched it, it makes sense that it was written by Charlie Brooker.
IMO he's not as clever as he thinks he is.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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My brother-in-law also, er, 'treated' us to the 1st episode of Black Mirror on Netflix.
Once you've watched it, it makes sense that it was written by Charlie Brooker.
IMO he's not as clever as he thinks he is.


Watch them all, the first one is one of the weaker ones i reckon.
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Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.
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Anyone else watch Inside No.9?

Watched the first of the new series yesterday and really enjoyed it.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 11:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.


May give that a shot tonight, there is nothing on Netflix at the moment that is really grabbing me.

I started with the QA but after episode 3 I just couldn't get into it, it was so slow, I was surprised with the universal 5 star ratings.

Also Frontier, again after 3 episodes I was struggling, it is a tad low budget but not in a good way, it is lacking something which I can't put my finger on; again an average 4.5 star rating.

Really looking forward to the third and final series of Bloodline, May is being bandied about.
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Anyone else watch Inside No.9?

Watched the first of the new series yesterday and really enjoyed it.


Saw the last series but missed all but the last 10 mins of the most recent one. The writing is brilliant.
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It'll be on iPlayer - well worth seeing it all.

Apparently, the League of Gentlemen are planning on doing something for the 20th anniversary of the 1st TV series, which isn't too far off.  I really enjoy Inside No. 9 and Psychoville, but feel that they lack just a little that Mark Gatiss brought to the party.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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simonp wrote:
Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.


May give that a shot tonight, there is nothing on Netflix at the moment that is really grabbing me.

I started with the QA but after episode 3 I just couldn't get into it, it was so slow, I was surprised with the universal 5 star ratings.

Also Frontier, again after 3 episodes I was struggling, it is a tad low budget but not in a good way, it is lacking something which I can't put my finger on; again an average 4.5 star rating.

Really looking forward to the third and final series of Bloodline, May is being bandied about.


I've started a bunch of things and not carried them through after deciding they're not for me. Black Sails, Travelers, Deadwood and Homeland have all got the boot after the first episode or two for not holding my attention. I like Scandal on Sky/NowTV, though. Not overly certain just how far-fetched it is, as you never know with the US government, but it's very entertaining.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Humphrey The Pug wrote:
simonp wrote:
Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.


May give that a shot tonight, there is nothing on Netflix at the moment that is really grabbing me.

I started with the QA but after episode 3 I just couldn't get into it, it was so slow, I was surprised with the universal 5 star ratings.

Also Frontier, again after 3 episodes I was struggling, it is a tad low budget but not in a good way, it is lacking something which I can't put my finger on; again an average 4.5 star rating.

Really looking forward to the third and final series of Bloodline, May is being bandied about.


I've started a bunch of things and not carried them through after deciding they're not for me. Black Sails, Travelers, Deadwood and Homeland have all got the boot after the first episode or two for not holding my attention. I like Scandal on Sky/NowTV, though. Not overly certain just how far-fetched it is, as you never know with the US government, but it's very entertaining.


It's the OA not "Q" A.

My wife gets annoyed at me because I generally watch one episode of something and then decide on the strength of one episode that I don't like it, however if something doesn't engage me straight away I just struggle with sticking it out to see, I would rather know within an hour as opposed to wasting three hours where I could have been watching or doing something else.
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Humphrey The Pug wrote:
simonp wrote:
Humphrey The Pug wrote:
simonp wrote:
Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.


May give that a shot tonight, there is nothing on Netflix at the moment that is really grabbing me.

I started with the QA but after episode 3 I just couldn't get into it, it was so slow, I was surprised with the universal 5 star ratings.

Also Frontier, again after 3 episodes I was struggling, it is a tad low budget but not in a good way, it is lacking something which I can't put my finger on; again an average 4.5 star rating.

Really looking forward to the third and final series of Bloodline, May is being bandied about.


I've started a bunch of things and not carried them through after deciding they're not for me. Black Sails, Travelers, Deadwood and Homeland have all got the boot after the first episode or two for not holding my attention. I like Scandal on Sky/NowTV, though. Not overly certain just how far-fetched it is, as you never know with the US government, but it's very entertaining.


It's the OA not "Q" A.

My wife gets annoyed at me because I generally watch one episode of something and then decide on the strength of one episode that I don't like it, however if something doesn't engage me straight away I just struggle with sticking it out to see, I would rather know within an hour as opposed to wasting three hours where I could have been watching or doing something else.


That is a bit it daft with TV especially American TV where the pilot is all about getting the show commissioned and the first few episodes are about introducing the characters.

There is also the whole delayed gratification thing, which I assume you are not very good at Humph!
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There is also the whole delayed gratification thing, which I assume you are not very good at Humph!


That's a bit personal and below the belt. I'm sure Mrs Humph is very satisfied.

And sometimes quick is good if it lets you get the kettle on and back to the film before the ad break is over.
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I've just watched the last Quarry (Sky Atlantic).

Enjoyed it after a slowish start. Enjoyed the early 1970's Memphis soundtrack too. Clearly I wasn't in Memphis in the early 1970's but it feels like they have done a good job. Very sweaty.

Directed by one of the Banshee people - this is less crazy than that.
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Started and finished Santa Clarita Diet on Netflix. A rather refreshing take on the zombie thing in that it's a comedy. Doesn't take up an awful amount of time, being ten episodes of around 25 minutes and worth watching. Tis funny and sweary.


Thanks for the tip, I watched two episodes last night, exactly what I like, straight in with no messing, engaging, well made and funny, plus it has Drew Barrymore in it; I've always had a soft spot for her.
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I started on Legion last night. What a head fuck that is.

Starts off with a guy in a mental hospital under sedation, but it soon transpires that there are various X Men type mutants about and he's one of them. The government are keeping him in the pretend hospital, presumably while they work out how to harness his powers and turn him into some sort of weapon. He thinks he just has voices in his head, but he actually has telepathic and telekinetic abilities. Seems good so far, even if some bits are a little baffling.
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.....have all got the boot after the first episode or two for not holding my attention.


I'm wary of making that decision now as things like Breaking Bad are slow starters but well worth sticking with.

However, I've watched the first 8 episodes of The Sopranos and am unsure whether to bother with any more.
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I'm sure you're right, although as promotion was supposed to bring his Mrs back, who knows what demotion signified for him.  Nowt good.


In the book there's a lot of dialogue from his tapeworm which adds a different dimension to it. I had the book when I was at uni but haven't a clue where it is now so it must have been a good ten years since I read it, same with Porno (am I right that Trainspotting 2 is the same story - I guess it wouldn't be allowed in cinemas with the former title!). I don't think the wife would find space for either on our bookshelves amongst all the degree level physics books.


There is also a lot more back-story, isn't there?  The roots of his prejudices are at least apparent.

Just finished reading Trainspotting, which I thought was fantastic, and have Porno to read after Iain Bank's The Crow Road.  Even though he was my favourite author, I'd never read this despite its presence on the shelf.  But we watched the BBC dramatization last week and I'm just getting started.
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I'm sure you're right, although as promotion was supposed to bring his Mrs back, who knows what demotion signified for him.  Nowt good.


In the book there's a lot of dialogue from his tapeworm which adds a different dimension to it. I had the book when I was at uni but haven't a clue where it is now so it must have been a good ten years since I read it, same with Porno (am I right that Trainspotting 2 is the same story - I guess it wouldn't be allowed in cinemas with the former title!). I don't think the wife would find space for either on our bookshelves amongst all the degree level physics books.


There is also a lot more back-story, isn't there?  The roots of his prejudices are at least apparent.

Just finished reading Trainspotting, which I thought was fantastic, and have Porno to read after Iain Bank's The Crow Road.  Even though he was my favourite author, I'd never read this despite its presence on the shelf.  But we watched the BBC dramatization last week and I'm just getting started.


I seem to remember watching The Crow Road a good number of years ago now and being totally confused but loving it, both at the same time!  

Despite really enjoying both Trainspotting films I've never read a single word of Irvine Welsh's books. I might get around to changing that at some point.
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I can safely say that I wished I'd picked them up earlier.

The Crow Road DVD can be had for £6.99 from Amazon...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crow-Roa...sr=1-1&keywords=the+crow+road

There was also an adaptation of Stonemouth, which isn't much more and is better, albeit differs quite a bit from the book:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stonemou...mp;sr=1-1&keywords=stonemouth
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Having trouble watching American Pickers in the same way since I found out that Danielle's hobby/second profession was as a burlesque dancer and watched some vids!
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I can safely say that I wished I'd picked them up earlier.

The Crow Road DVD can be had for £6.99 from Amazon...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crow-Roa...sr=1-1&keywords=the+crow+road

There was also an adaptation of Stonemouth, which isn't much more and is better, albeit differs quite a bit from the book:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stonemou...mp;sr=1-1&keywords=stonemouth


Read Stonemouth a while ago and enjoyed it. Set in the same general area as Stuart McBride's novels which I also enjoy.
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Anyone else watch Inside No.9?

Watched the first of the new series yesterday and really enjoyed it.


Saw the last series but missed all but the last 10 mins of the most recent one. The writing is brilliant.


Second one was good, if perhaps not quite as good as the first.

Anyone else see Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule?  I've always liked his stuff, particularly the early stand-up which is very clever.  This is like a distillation of his best TV bits, and reminded me a little of Shooting Stars in that the panellists seemed to find it a strange but genuinely funny experience, even though they seem to be the butt of most of the jokes.
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Logan - decent performances by Stewart & Jackman, but not what I expected from a Marvel film.
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We watched Enders Game at the weekend.
I've seen worse but I had the feeling that there were chunks missing out of the plot with no clear progression from beginning to end.

We also tried watching Green Room, that has Patrick Stewart in it, but after about 20 minutes decided we didn't need to watch something like that.
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Currently watching River, which may have been on the BBC a while back and iZombie, both on Netflix. Former is about a disturbed (some might say) detective who gets clues from the dead people involved in the murders he's investigating and the latter is about an undead medical examiner who gets clues from the murdered people on her slab and feeds them to the police. She works in a morgue because of the free supply of brains to eat!
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A couple of fin de siecle marvels:

American Beauty, Lester Burnham being a genuine filmic hero of mine, and LA Confidential, which I am now reading.

Brilliant films.
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Logan last week, utterly brilliant, very dark and very violent.

Kong tonight.
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Saw Kong last night (not Saturday as originally planned as Daisy decided to eat a box of chocolates so we were otherwise pre-occupied with a very ill dog).

Anyway it was pretty good; action almost from the start and it didn't slow down, a bit predictable but good all the same, it was switch your brain off.

It was more Skull Island than Kong, Kong was just there.

It is set up for a spin offs with other nasty animals and reptiles.
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Recent films

Rogue One - visually stunning, but somehow not that exciting, and the CGI Carrie Fisher was just weird

Suicide Squad - noisy, brain-out, fun

Morgan - like an Ex Machina 2 - though Kate Mara - mmmmm!

The Accountant - interesting idea, well realised

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Hidden Figures - amazing story, makes me want to see the film

Hanging Club - police procedural with an interesting hook

I Am No One - nice account of how one goes from normal existence to justified paranoia about who's watching you

The Woman Upstairs - no spoilers, just read it!

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