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What are you watching?
Gauda Cheese
Now that 24 Legacy is over, the wife and I are going back to the start. She's never seen Jack Bauer in action
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

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sweevo
"Video Violence" and the sequel, "Video Violence 2". Smile
 
Neil C
Just watched a very powerful movie called "Spotlight".
Great ensemble cast, all at the heights of their game.
A serious subject, a brutally true story. More edge of your seat thrilling than most action movies, more scary than most horror films !!
An Academy Award winning script that delivers an Academy Award winning Best Picture.
It engulfs us within a sliver of time and slice of history, one that's described with all the power and finesse available to but a few, virtuoso modern day movie makers.
This movie shows us how deeply hypocritical, two faced and unrelentingly callous an organisation can be, when faced with a deep truth they can no longer avoid, and a dark reality they can no longer sponsor, nor hide from.
.... A genuine 5 STARS !!
 
littlesue
Just watching Peter Kaye's Car Share.
They are driving through a safari park ans she's trying to offer a Zebra a Revel.
Don't give him a coffee one, says he and the Zebra walks off. Must have heard me says Peter......
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


sues stories http://sjlittle.w...
sues youtube channel http://www.youtub...e54/videos
sues book shelf https://www.media...ne%20Shelf
rebel run video http://www.youtub...prqS-XZtLo
Lara and Sue's Stories http://lectorisal....webs.com/
 
JustBrad
The Musketeers, season 3.

Leather clad swashbucklers throwing barrels. It doesn't get any better than that, unless you switch rapiers out for light sabers.
 
littlesue
OHMSS on ITV nowGrin
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


sues stories http://sjlittle.w...
sues youtube channel http://www.youtub...e54/videos
sues book shelf https://www.media...ne%20Shelf
rebel run video http://www.youtub...prqS-XZtLo
Lara and Sue's Stories http://lectorisal....webs.com/
 
sweevo
We have all the time in the world... or do we?
 
President Solvite
Guardians of the Galaxy - Vol II

Some reviewers say it lacks the impact of the first, but in my opinion it maintains the quirky quality of the original.

I need to watch it again but in some of the final scenes I am sure I saw some CGI models of some ships from Babylon 5. Wonders if this was a tribute perhaps to Ron Thornton? I could be wrong but some of the models look like 'First Ones' ships.

In any case it was time well spent! Smile
 
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Travisina
'The Equalizer' (2014 remake with Denzyl Washington) on blu-ray. It was excellent - good story, superb photography, great performances, well edited. Okay, so I winced a bit at some of the extreme violence, but nobody got what they didn't deserve Wink

What better way to spend a wet Bank Holiday afternoon?
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Rainesz
Angry Angel wrote:

Rainesz wrote:

Just started watching Season 1 of The Expanse. (I was waiting for the full-season box-set to begin watching it.) So far-- amazing special effects. From the first episode on, they throw you right into the universe without a lot of exposition and you just have to go with it until you're finally following the action. At it's core, it's a mystery story that even features a private eye with a fedora.
I'm still trying to follow the complicated politics of Earth and Mars.


I know, it's excellent, isn't it? Feels like proper sci-fi and looks wonderful.


NOW I'm on Season 2-- I couldn't wait and downloaded them all from iTunes.
 
President Solvite
Yep some decent science in this fiction.

This series is definitely worth catching. Quality new material rather than remakes is my preference. Smile
 
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Klenotka
I can also recommend Dark Matter - of course, it is a bit of B7 variation again but with some amazing twists and turns (that make sense, not just for the sake of it) and it is simply a good space adventure. Just what we were missing on TV for a while.
Don´t be Lasagne
 
President Solvite
Yep Dark Matter is good too but for me The Expanse just clinches it for sheer originality and accuracy science wise, without compromising the interesting story lines.

Definitely room for both Smile
 
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dragonq
JustBrad wrote:

The Musketeers, season 3.

Leather clad swashbucklers throwing barrels. It doesn't get any better than that, unless you switch rapiers out for light sabers.


I love that show. Unfortunately, I am the only one in the house who does, so it's banished to the sewing room.

Mr Dragonq and I have just finished watching the second series of Humans, which we enjoyed. In some ways it really reminded me of the SFshows I grew up with in the 7os and 80s, based on characters and ideas and with very limited special effects. I might suggest the Expanse, next, as people here seem to think so highly of it.
 
Klenotka
President Solvite wrote:

Yep Dark Matter is good too but for me The Expanse just clinches it for sheer originality and accuracy science wise, without compromising the interesting story lines.

Definitely room for both Smile


It is. The good thing is that The Expanse is on Netflix so when I finally get a week off to just stay home, I will go through both seasons. I only watched the first episode but I was terribly distracted at the time, so I will have to watch it again.

Meanwhile, I am trying to just catch up with the two shows that are on - Doctor Who and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, both are again great this year.
Don´t be Lasagne
 
sweevo
Star Wars - the film that started it all 40 years ago... I haven't seen it since I was 8 years old, more than 20 years ago... dear God, I feel old.
 
JustBrad
sweevo wrote:

Star Wars - the film that started it all 40 years ago... I haven't seen it since I was 8 years old, more than 20 years ago... dear God, I feel old.


Back when she was 'The Girl Next Door,' Paula and I saw it 22 times in the summer of 77. The theater was air conditioned, and we could get into a weekday matinée for a dollar each.

I can hardly watch the 'upgraded version,' I get so agitated when Gredo gets a shot off in the cantina.
 
Travisina
JustBrad wrote:

sweevo wrote:

Star Wars - the film that started it all 40 years ago... I haven't seen it since I was 8 years old, more than 20 years ago... dear God, I feel old.


Back when she was 'The Girl Next Door,' Paula and I saw it 22 times in the summer of 77.

That's adorable!

I fell out with best friend at the time, because she said she thought that Star Wars was 'dumb'. Things between us were never the same after that.
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JustBrad
Travisina wrote:

I fell out with best friend at the time, because she said she thought that Star Wars was 'dumb'. Things between us were never the same after that.


Clearly The Dark Side had taken her.
 
sweevo
Just finished watching "The Empire Strikes Back"... wow, it's darker than its predecessor, that's for sure - feels less Star Wars and more B7 in some cases. Not sure if I enjoyed this one as much, although I will give it credit for codifying the "second chapter cliffhanger" trope popular in trilogies (Back to the Future 2 ended on a similar note, as did Halo 2 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and they all got third parts to wrap up the story).
 
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