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  #2331349 6-Oct-2019 11:25
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SJB:

Binge watched The Handmaid's Tale seasons 1 and 2 (aka Trumps Wet Dream).


Overall I thought it was excellent although a little slow in places.


Elizabeth Moss as June was outstanding. When she puts on that special look of hate even plants wither.



Yes, hard to watch but excellent. Do not read the follow up book, The Testaments. You do find out what happens to the characters but wow it's not up to scratch in the writing department. I was wondering if it was a parody...

Reminded me of the sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird. Sorry to have read it.

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  #2333465 9-Oct-2019 17:48
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martyyn:

 

Killing Eve | S1 | BBC | 4/10

 

... Too much happening in a short space of time which either wasn't, or couldn't, be explained and that's not for me.

 

 

Killing Eve series 1 & 2 - 9/10 as a dark comedy with some pointed social commentary and punchlines arriving after multiple episodes. But 1/10 for its contact with reality. It relies on a crazy amount of magical coincidences and inexplicable decisions. I wrote out three examples then had to remove them because they are significant spoilers.


 
 
 
 


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  #2333514 9-Oct-2019 18:12
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Watching a bunch of US new release stuff.

 

  • Prodigal Son
  • All Rise
  • Emergence
  • Evil
  • Stumptown

Plus new seasons of Mayans, Seal Team, SWAT, Young Sheldon & Mr Robot





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  #2336474 13-Oct-2019 22:14
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War of the Worlds on TV1. Bloody hell, it's really well done and thank god there are no Americans in it.


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  #2336896 14-Oct-2019 17:40
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Manhunt 8/10 TVNZ On Demand.

 

Excellent Brit detective thriller in 3 parts based on actual events. Martin Clunes surprisingly good as the lead detective and a really good atmosphere.

 

 


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  #2342111 22-Oct-2019 21:28
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Bob Hearts Abishola. 

 

Another Chuck Lorre comedy, if you don't like those others, you won't like this one, but I am enjoying it. Gina Yashere is excellent and is one of my favourite characters. A little like Victoria from Mike and Molly. 

 

 


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  #2342295 23-Oct-2019 09:43
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DarthKermit:

 

War of the Worlds on TV1. Bloody hell, it's really well done and thank god there are no Americans in it.

 

 

I thought E1 was great, E2 not so much - really lost its way IMO.

 

I didn’t realise there were three episodes and I thought that was all after E2 - realised later. Now I doubt that I’ll bother with E3.





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  #2342345 23-Oct-2019 10:29
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eracode:

 

DarthKermit:

 

War of the Worlds on TV1. Bloody hell, it's really well done and thank god there are no Americans in it.

 

 

I thought E1 was great, E2 not so much - really lost its way IMO.

 

I didn’t realise there were three episodes and I thought that was all after E2 - realised later. Now I doubt that I’ll bother with E3.

 

 

I felt the same way. I didn't enjoy it and ended up muting most of it.


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  #2342730 24-Oct-2019 00:53
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DarthKermit:

 

eracode:

 

DarthKermit:

 

War of the Worlds on TV1. Bloody hell, it's really well done and thank god there are no Americans in it.

 

 

I thought E1 was great, E2 not so much - really lost its way IMO.

 

I didn’t realise there were three episodes and I thought that was all after E2 - realised later. Now I doubt that I’ll bother with E3.

 

 

I felt the same way. I didn't enjoy it and ended up muting most of it.

 

 

I’m confused - first you said “it’s really well done” - then “I didn’t enjoy it ...”.





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  #2342733 24-Oct-2019 06:27
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New Season of The Purge is starting and for once it's focusing on the aftermath of a Purge... Great start so far...


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  #2342930 24-Oct-2019 11:23
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eracode:

 

I’m confused - first you said “it’s really well done” - then “I didn’t enjoy it ...”.

 

 

I meant the first episode was well done and I didn't enjoy the second episode.


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  #2343194 24-Oct-2019 18:31
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DarthKermit:

 

eracode:

 

I’m confused - first you said “it’s really well done” - then “I didn’t enjoy it ...”.

 

 

I meant the first episode was well done and I didn't enjoy the second episode.

 

 

 

 

Sorry - of course - that does make sense. 





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  #2343775 26-Oct-2019 14:02
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been ill so fried my eyeballs with...

 

batwoman - nothing to commend it, bad writing, bad acting, even looks and sounds crappy    0/10

 

primal - superb animated mini-series from gennady tartakovsky, one dialogue free 20min episode achieves more than 3 hrs of batwoman   10/10

 

watchmen - not a lindelof fan bit this one hits the targets   8/10

 

treadstone - more jason bourne nonsense - nice action, stupid plot, cardboard acting    5/10

 

 


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  #2348019 4-Nov-2019 10:26
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"See" from newish Apple TV+

 

absolutely rubbish. 2/10

 

I can stand the story and action, but costumes, make-up, decoration, fire/light, day/night action. whaaat? 





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  #2348021 4-Nov-2019 10:42
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Einsatzgruppen:The Nazi Death Squads. On Netflix 8/10

Obviously a terrifying topic on the activities of the death squad on the eastern front during ww2.

Done in the very calm moderate tones of the World at War tv series from early 1980s. Ie narrated black and white footage (except for a disturbing 30s of colour film where a traumatised German soldier on home leave reinacted a scene where he hung up his sisters soft toys on a gibet and hung and burnt them).

Many firat person accounts of witnessed events and some modern hidden camera interviews of now elderly soldiers.

Marked contrast in how participants dealt with after the war was for me chilling and something I hadn't considered despite an interest in ww2 history.

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