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What are you watching?
President Solvite
Watched the Mirror Universe (Mirror Darkly) episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Nice episodes and much better opening tune. The regular naff theme of Enterprise is a real switch off for me.
 
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Magic Toenail
I just saw an Irish-Norwegian cartoon on Amazon Prime Song of the Sea about selkies, it was pretty good with a big Studio Ghibli influence
 
sweevo
"Queen: Days of Our Lives", a 2011 documentary chronicling the band's rise to stardom. It's no "Magic Years" (3 volumes in 1 VHS box set), but it's a more concise history of the band (told by the band themselves for a change) than most documentaries out there.
 
Klenotka
Dark Matter, season 3. Developing nicely again.
Dont be Lasagne
 
sweevo
"Mafia Junction" (original Italian title: "Si pu essere pi bastardi dell'Ispettore Cliff?" (Can anyone be more of an illegitimate son than Inspector Cliff?) starring the late great Ivan Rassimov... and Gareth Thomas has a cameo (he plays a spy tailing the eponymous inspector, who is too smart for him and susses him out quickly)!
 
sweevo
"Kiki's Delivery Service", one of the few Studio Ghibli movies I can watch over and over again and still enjoy Smile (some are stronger than others - my other personal favourites are "Laputa: The Castle in the Sky", "Whisper of the Heart" and "Princess Mononoke".)
 
Travisina
The Handmaid's Tale.
Brilliant adaptation of Margaret Attwood's book - gripping and harrowing ("Why are you torturing yourself with this? It's not a happy programme!" asked hubby). No, it's not a happy programme but it is outstanding drama.
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sweevo
"Whisper of the Heart" - due to the extreme heat smothering the UK, I can't leave the house.
 
Angry Angel
Travisina wrote:

The Handmaid's Tale.
Brilliant adaptation of Margaret Attwood's book - gripping and harrowing ("Why are you torturing yourself with this? It's not a happy programme!" asked hubby). No, it's not a happy programme but it is outstanding drama.


I've been recording this, but the nature of the story is making me reluctant to start watching even though I've heard such good things about it. Definitely not one to binge-watch I think, alternate with more cheerful programmes!
 
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Travisina
Angry Angel wrote:

Travisina wrote:

The Handmaid's Tale.
Brilliant adaptation of Margaret Attwood's book - gripping and harrowing ("Why are you torturing yourself with this? It's not a happy programme!" asked hubby). No, it's not a happy programme but it is outstanding drama.


I've been recording this, but the nature of the story is making me reluctant to start watching even though I've heard such good things about it. Definitely not one to binge-watch I think, alternate with more cheerful programmes!

Definitely need to alternate it with more cheerful things!
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Gauda Cheese
Watching a lot of Fraiser. It holds up really well
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sweevo
"Pom Poko" (AKA "The Studio Ghibli movie with magic tanuki undercarriages" )... and I never thought I'd say this about a Studio Ghibli movie, but it kind of sucks... and I've only slept for about 10 hours (in total) over the past few days.
 
Angry Angel
Watching Travelers on Netflix, enjoying it so far. It has people from the future taking over the bodies of people just as they're about to die, in attempt to prevent the current (very bad) future coming to pass.
 
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President Solvite
Star Trek: Into Darkness...

Hmm real hotch - potch this one, mish-mash of ideas and all over the place. Some great actors feature but they don't save the chaotic and messy script.

Been told the latest one is much better, we'll see.
 
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Silver Alaunt
I am watching Versailles - loving it all but scared by the violence. It is odd that some people get hot under the collar by sex but not by violence when sex is often consensual and not scarry. I am not naming the one who watches with me that I am sure it is only because of the naked ladies (full frontal only by ladies you will note). Marshal the head of security is my favourite despite being very violent (I want him on my side!) and Prince Philippe who is funny. The Loch - I watched the 2nd episode on catch back then found the 1st one too, you will be cancelling your trip to Loch Ness for the forseen future due to the horrid things being done to the locals. Ripper Street - no I am not watching due to the vile murder of Bennet Drake - not a handsome man of my dreams but a warrior and I don't like my heros being done in. Poldark - I have read all the books and know what is to come. I think the auther had a puritan streak and anyone doing a slight bit of wrong got done in, all exept the worst perpetrator George Walleggan who survives. I would have put a contract on him. You will now of realised that I like happy endings and big bonny heroes as reality is too aweful to contemplate. Surely we are not already in the future of Blake?
 
littlesue
Silver Alaunt wrote:

I am watching Versailles - loving it all but scared by the violence. It is odd that some people get hot under the collar by sex but not by violence when sex is often consensual and not scarry. I am not naming the one who watches with me that I am sure it is only because of the naked ladies (full frontal only by ladies you will note). Marshal the head of security is my favourite despite being very violent (I want him on my side!) and Prince Philippe who is funny. The Loch - I watched the 2nd episode on catch back then found the 1st one too, you will be cancelling your trip to Loch Ness for the forseen future due to the horrid things being done to the locals. Ripper Street - no I am not watching due to the vile murder of Bennet Drake - not a handsome man of my dreams but a warrior and I don't like my heros being done in. Poldark - I have read all the books and know what is to come. I think the auther had a puritan streak and anyone doing a slight bit of wrong got done in, all exept the worst perpetrator George Walleggan who survives. I would have put a contract on him. You will now of realised that I like happy endings and big bonny heroes as reality is too aweful to contemplate. Surely we are not already in the future of Blake?


Do I take it that you would like another story with a happy(ish) ending????Grin
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Travisina
I too am watching Versailles, but a bit behind on the eps because I watch it while doing the ironing, and I'm behind on the ironing. Vers-ironing.
I love the lavish look, not keen on the opening music, and sometimes have trouble following what's going because many of the actors all look alike to me. But it's quality telly, without a doubt.

Continuing to watch 'The Handmaid's Tale'. I've read the book, and I think the TV adaptation is superb - faithful without being plodding, and expanding beyond what was in the book which was only written from Ofred's POV.

And looking forward to the new series of Preacher, which started on Sunday in the US and is now available on Amazon Prime.
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Angry Angel
Versailles is a bit daft but great fun. Marshal is a bit gorgeous, and Phillippe is always entertaining. I love the opening music!
 
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Travisina
Angry Angel wrote:
I love the opening music!

I like it in and of itself (it has a pleasing '80s vibe), but it feels wrong for an intro to a period piece set in 17th Century France.
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Hugbot
Travisina wrote:
sometimes have trouble following what's going because many of the actors all look alike to me.

I once watched an Icelandic film (an old Viking saga). The four protagonists were two pairs of brothers and every one of each pair was blood brother to one of the other pair. They all had unpronouncable and immemorable Icelandic names (all starting with Hr-), called each other 'brother' for one or the other reason and all sported long hair and wild beards. About ten minutes before the end I had finally figured out who was who.
 
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