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    The Tourist.

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    Yes, I have found this surprisingly enjoyable, helped in no small measure by Miss Fix growing on me.

    I am even contemplating tracking down the original film. I have the book, so will give that another read also.

    He was a writer before his time imho.


    My other surprising seasonal favourite was Wurzel Gummidge! Made for kids, it has deep undertones of the old religion. Given that their purpose is to entertain - they entertained me!

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    Currently enjoying the second series of '4 Blocks' on Amazon Prime (series 1-3 available)

    Set in Berlin and about an Arab drug lord, it's pretty brutal at times but I'm finding it a gripping watch.

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    I'm currently enjoying The Silent Sea, another Korean Netflix show....

    Cheers,

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    Me and missis really enjoyed Normal People on iplayer.

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    Chestnut Man

    Currently on Netflix, excellent Danish thriller always seem to do these things better...

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    Fear of the walking dead.

    Watched all the episodes of TWD, up to the current S11E8 over the past few months and loved it. So started on FOTWD and enjoying that too so far.

    Tried Stay Close on Netflix, which is a Harlen Coben adaptation - couldn't get beyond episode 2, bit meh - I don't think the translation from US to UK works and the characterisation was a bit weird to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arthurDALEY View Post
    Currently on Netflix, excellent Danish thriller always seem to do these things better...
    Binged it over 2 days, thought it was decent.

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    Netflix - "Stay Close"

    gripping many twists and sub-plots

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
    Fear of the walking dead.

    Watched all the episodes of TWD, up to the current S11E8 over the past few months and loved it. So started on FOTWD and enjoying that too so far.
    First few series are really good....but it spirals into TWD dogma we gave up in the end about series 5 or 6

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    Dexter: New Blood is worth watching.


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    Alomost all the way through 'American Rust' on Sky. It's a bit of a slow burn, but great performances from Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney

    Anyone else seen this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacifichrono View Post
    Dexter: New Blood is worth watching.

    The new season is back to the Dexter of old in my view. Really enjoying it!


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    Check out McCartney 3-2-1 with Rick Rubin. I’m half way through and, after having watched “Get Back” my appreciation of McCartney as a musician has grown even more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnboy9876 View Post
    Alomost all the way through 'American Rust' on Sky. It's a bit of a slow burn, but great performances from Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney

    Anyone else seen this?
    Yes. Pretty good.
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    +1 on Dexter New Blood
    Looking forward to the season finale later this week - can't wait!
    I must say, at the beginning of the series i wasn't a huge fan (unlike my wife), I had only been listening in, while working on something else in the meantime. By the end of the series I caught myself being more and more addicted to it, looking forward to the new episodes. The New Blood is even better than the previous series, with a lot of twists, it truly made our Xmas break, put the cherry on top in the evenings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve27752 View Post
    The Tourist.
    I really enjoyed this too.

    It became quite Fargo/Coen Bros at times - which is a good thing IMO.

    Available on iPlayer if anyone wants to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maysie View Post
    I really enjoyed this too.

    It became quite Fargo/Coen Bros at times - which is a good thing IMO.

    Available on iPlayer if anyone wants to see it.
    Enjoying this greatly, I've only seen the first two episodes so far but it's shaping up nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruggertech View Post
    Enjoying this greatly, I've only seen the first two episodes so far but it's shaping up nicely.
    Just got one episode to watch, it’s good although episode five was a little confusing at times

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig1912 View Post
    Just got one episode to watch, it’s good although episode five was a little confusing at times
    Cheers, may have to watch that one at least twice ;)

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    Dope sick about the opioid crisis in America Purdue pharma who was behind it . On Disney plus it’s brilliant .

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    Another vote for The Chestnut Man on Netflix.

    Great Scandi-thriller, but crikey the subtitles roll on very quickly so you need to stay alert!

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    just finished the silent sea on Netflix - loved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagletower View Post
    Dope sick about the opioid crisis in America Purdue pharma who was behind it . On Disney plus it’s brilliant .
    Another vote for Dopesick and followed up with the two part documentary ‘The Crime of the Century.’

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    Enjoyed season 4 of Cobra Kai, binged the lot over the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Tetley View Post
    Another vote for Dopesick and followed up with the two part documentary ‘The Crime of the Century.’
    Loved Dopesick too - where can I find Crime of the Century?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland View Post
    Loved Dopesick too - where can I find Crime of the Century?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    Always happy to help



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    Always happy to help



    You're bloody well right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneyloon View Post
    I'm currently enjoying The Silent Sea, another Korean Netflix show....

    Cheers,

    Adam.
    Just finished this, excellent!


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnboy9876 View Post
    Alomost all the way through 'American Rust' on Sky. It's a bit of a slow burn, but great performances from Jeff Daniels and Maura Tierney

    Anyone else seen this?
    Yes very enjoyable, series 2 on the way by the looks of it.

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    Latest season of Discovery of Witches, is not bad


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    If any of you are Ray Donovan fans, a new Ray Donovan Movie is due for airing beginning this Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacifichrono View Post
    If any of you are Ray Donovan fans, a new Ray Donovan Movie is due for airing beginning this Sunday.
    Didn’t realise this was due to drop, very excited! I hope we get the ending the show deserves!


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    Just finished watching Gomorrah and it was very good. They ended it perfectly which is a nice surprise looking at how other long running series end.

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    Hidden Assets just started tonight on BBC4. Watched 2 episodes and really enjoying it.
    All 6 available for immediate download.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pacifichrono View Post
    If any of you are Ray Donovan fans, a new Ray Donovan Movie is due for airing beginning this Sunday.
    Great news. Love this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefmcd View Post
    Great news. Love this show.

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    Absolutely love Ray Donovan series. Watched the movie last night…. Honestly feel they rushed this one out for god only knows why. Even the cast have commented on why the writers have not done anymore seasons. V Disappointing for me YMMV

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    How can I watch the Ray Donovan movie in the UK?

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    Dont like Mr Gervais normally but i like Afterlife and its got Ashely Jensen in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by awright101 View Post
    How can I watch the Ray Donovan movie in the UK?
    NOW TV I think sky owned

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildheart View Post
    Latest season of Discovery of Witches, is not bad


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    Enjoyed that, also just finished Stay Close.


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    I've watched the first episode of Cowboy Bebop on Netflix, and it was pretty decent.

    Wry sci-fi bounty hunter capers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagletower View Post
    Dope sick about the opioid crisis in America Purdue pharma who was behind it . On Disney plus it’s brilliant .
    +1 for Dopesick - such a compelling watch! Very much in the style of Spotlight, Dark Waters, The Post and The Big Short.

    Next on the watch list is Yellowjackets, which was recommended by a friend, the premise seems interesting and might just stop me from cancelling Netflix for a few months.


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    “The kings” on Discovery+. The story of Hearns, Hagler, Leonard and Duran through their various fights. Absolutely riveting especially since none of them ducked each other and fought all comers. Extremely well shot against the political backdrop too.

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    I'm very excited about the new After Life. The first two were perfect TV.

    If you want something silly & 80s I'm midway through the 3rd season of Glow - the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. Good fun with the odd bit of serious stuff thrown in. I surprised myself with how much I've enjoyed it. Netflix if you fancy 80s women throwing each other around in small leotards, and sometimes considerably less...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny73 View Post
    “The kings” on Discovery+. The story of Hearns, Hagler, Leonard and Duran through their various fights. Absolutely riveting especially since none of them ducked each other and fought all comers. Extremely well shot against the political backdrop too.
    I'll look that one out, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny73 View Post
    “The kings” on Discovery+. The story of Hearns, Hagler, Leonard and Duran through their various fights. Absolutely riveting especially since none of them ducked each other and fought all comers. Extremely well shot against the political backdrop too.
    Yes, true legends thanks


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    Thoroughly enjoyed the new series of Afterlife (Amazon Prime Video). Couldn't help but binge the whole lot on one evening and felt disappointed when it came to an end.

    Maybe not quite up to the standard of the previous two series, but still well worth a watch. Great TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maysie View Post
    Thoroughly enjoyed the new series of Afterlife (Amazon Prime Video). Couldn't help but binge the whole lot on one evening and felt disappointed when it came to an end.

    Maybe not quite up to the standard of the previous two series, but still well worth a watch. Great TV. There was one moment in the WC which I flipped to download later to my TickTock account. The tool helped me greatly in that!
    The older I get the more I want to rewatch old good series rather than watch modern "films/series".
    Last edited by Owren; 31st January 2022 at 13:42.

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