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  #1788172 25-May-2017 15:37
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Three Girls on BBC iPlayer

 

 

 

Three-part drama based on the true stories of victims of grooming and sexual abuse in Rochdale UK. If you are a brit, you would possibly have seen the extensive media coverage a few years ago - especially the failure of various social services.


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  #1788538 26-May-2017 09:08
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DaveB:

 

Three Girls on BBC iPlayer

 

 

 

Three-part drama based on the true stories of victims of grooming and sexual abuse in Rochdale UK. If you are a brit, you would possibly have seen the extensive media coverage a few years ago - especially the failure of various social services.

 

 

 

 

It's a classic example of what happens when the word 'racism' becomes enough to deter official investigations.






 
 
 
 


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  #1788539 26-May-2017 09:09
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The Game.

 

BBC-made spy thriller set in the 70's. Very good. It's on Netflix.

 

 

We watched this back in January 2015. Then started watching again a few weeks back. I mentioned to my wife "I think I know how this ends..."

 

 

 

 

I always know. I check on the internet before I start!






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  #1789108 27-May-2017 12:53
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twin peaks s03

 

 

the king of weird is back !

 

 

8/10

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  #1801292 15-Jun-2017 10:29
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Toast of London on Netflix.

 

 

 

Hilarious. 






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  #1801313 15-Jun-2017 10:50
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Paula on IBBC Player.

 

3 episodes only, thriller/drama.  If you like Broadchurch, Thin Blue Line then you'll like Paula.


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  #1802421 16-Jun-2017 20:48
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Paula on IBBC Player.

 

3 episodes only, thriller/drama.  If you like Broadchurch, Thin Blue Line then you'll like Paula.

 

 

 

 

Thin Blue Line was a comedy starring Rowan Atkinson...!






 
 
 
 


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  #1804830 21-Jun-2017 20:01
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I'm probably a bit late to the party here however I just finished watching Season 1 of Sneaky Pete (Giovanni Ribisi, Bryan Cranston)

 

Definitely recommend it if you're fans of either of these 2 actors.


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  #1808161 28-Jun-2017 11:36
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S02E01 of "Preacher".

 

Well, about twenty or so minutes of this... at which point its level of gore (which had thus far included the use of a human's intestine to syphon petrol, and a man's tongue being ripped out amongst many other similarly charming acts) got just too much for us.

 

I recall season one getting more and more gross as it went on, but it seems even more extreme this season. I guess there's an audience for it but it just doesn't include me. A pity, as I enjoyed much of the rest of the show.


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  #1808196 28-Jun-2017 13:26
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S02E01 of "Preacher".

 

Well, about twenty or so minutes of this... at which point its level of gore (which had thus far included the use of a human's intestine to syphon petrol, and a man's tongue being ripped out amongst many other similarly charming acts) got just too much for us.

 

I recall season one getting more and more gross as it went on, but it seems even more extreme this season. I guess there's an audience for it but it just doesn't include me. A pity, as I enjoyed much of the rest of the show.

 

 

I watched s02e01 and s02e02 last night. Thoroughly enjoyed.

 

Using intestines to siphon petrol was a little over the top, but at least it didn't actually show it.

 

EDIT: The level of gore is done in such a ridiculous and exaggerated fashion that I find it doesn't gross me out at all.


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  #1809578 30-Jun-2017 12:52
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^^^ agreed, it is a comic book after all.

 

 

although it does appear the producers may be overcompensating a little in their response that s01 was a bit slow.

 

 

hope they don't run out of steam as there's 13 episodes this year compared to last year's 10.

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Swift & Shift

 

 

 

An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.






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  #1810215 1-Jul-2017 18:35
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Geektastic:

 

Swift & Shift

 

 

 

An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.

 

 

@Geektastic

 

Jeez, that's an old one. 

 

 

 

Paul Fenech also did a show about bogans with the same crew. "Housos".

 

You'll cringe. :D

 

 


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Swift & Shift


 


An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.



@Geektastic


Jeez, that's an old one. 


 


Paul Fenech also did a show about bogans with the same crew. "Housos".


You'll cringe. :D


 



Netflix NZ seems largely populated with old ones!





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  #1810350 2-Jul-2017 09:25
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ilovemusic: ^^^ agreed, it is a comic book after all.

although it does appear the producers may be overcompensating a little in their response that s01 was a bit slow.

hope they don't run out of steam as there's 13 episodes this year compared to last year's 10.


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