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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dukebuckeye, Sep 23, 2012.
So far bad, off to a bad start
Why did I just get the notification for this tag?
I thought it was weird I just got a couple random likes.
The tag system is weird. I’ve gotten alerts months later for team tags
This was fantastic
Can't believe I've never heard of it or seen it on a list somewhere
Everyone involved is a character
What a sad sad human experiment in the capitalist world. People will go so low as a human just for a stupid truck.
But I think i would’ve won the truck
Did you watch? Pretty interesting. I thought the last 20-30 mins dragged.
Where/how did you watch it?
Not sure. My buddy said he had to buy it, but can't remember where
I thought it was awful.
I posted it a while back in the presidential blah thread but for those of you with sufficiently liberal worldview and especially if you also have daughter(s)
threatened conservatives in the comments
I've mentioned it in the space thread, but The Farthest: Voyager in Space is one of the coolest documentaries I've ever seen. It's about Voyager's run through the solar system, and how everyone was losing their shit at discovery after discovery. I love it.
Also watch the new Khashoggi documentary.
Yeah, that's a good one. Watched that the other day
Where to watch?
Looks like it streams on something called Hoopla or Kanopy, which is usually available with your local library card. Otherwise the usual rent/buy suspects Amazon, YouTube, google play.
The Expanse on Amazon.
Watched this last night. Solid.
I’m going to watch this right now. Thanks.
Best (and worst part) of this trailer is Trump saying "the king firmly denied it, so it must have been rogue killers." Come the fuck on.
Anyone. seen this one yet?
This was fantastic. Directed by Taika Waitit (Jojo Rabbit, Thor: Ragnarok, Hunt for the Wilderpeople), so I'm not surprised. Highly recommend.
Ramen Heads - fantastic Japanese doc from a couple years ago that goes inside ramen culture and highlights some of the bigger names. Full thing is available on YT above, and I believe it’s on Hulu as well. Loved it
Into music docs right now.
Watched "Echo From The Canyon" on Netflix -- really good if you like mid-60s California music. Jakob Dylan is the narrator and it's pretty cool to watch him interview these people (Byrds, Neil Young, Tom Petty, Mamas and Papas, Buffalo Springfield, Jackson Browne etc.)
Watching Hip Hop Evolution now, also on Netflix. Has 4 seasons of 4 eps each. Extremely good, and this is from someone who thought they already knew a good bit about hip hop history.
Got the Oasis one on Netflix queued up to watch soon.
What else? (Netflix, Hulu, Prime, HBO Max, Disney+)
Oasis doc is really good
Sound City is another solid one.
Muscle Shoals is a great one
The Defiant Ones is really good
20 feet from stardom is good... talks about backup singers who never got compensated fairly, but had major roles in hit songs
History of the Eagles is good if you like them and have 3 hours.
Pretty big waste of time. Could have been summed up in a 10 min youtube video.
I listed to this podcast a while back. Really tuned out on the Netflix show.
The Lil Peep doc, Sound City, and Muscle Shoal docs are great music docs. Sound City touches on the Mama's and Papas like Echo in the Canyon.
Those and ones you've mentioned are by far my favs. I liked them better than any of the others I've watched. Didn't finish, but still kind of liked the ones about Rush, Eagles, George Harrison, John and Yoko.
Also, after Supersonic, if you liked it, Once in a Lifetime Sessions with Noel Gallagher is good for the bigger fans of their music.
Just saw Made You Look as an option on Netflix? Looks like it's about a counterfeit painter. Has anyone seen it?
It was one of the biggest pieces of shit I've seen
Shameless filler out the butt
I slept on them. Heard Wonderwall and Champagne Supernova back in the 90s but nothing else. Now I put on one of their first couple albums and I'm like, this is nothing but lost 90s gems
Filled in services if anyone is wondering where to stream
Ken Burns Country Music is on PBS by subscription or Kanopy free. Long, but good.
Seen that one. Wish one of the major streaming services would add the whole Ken Burns catalog. I want to see Jazz next
I actually watched Sound City on Prime a few years back. Bummer they took it off.
They also just added, in March, the Biggie: I got a story to tell doc.
There's Defiant Ones and then everything else when it comes to music docs.
this one is def on my short list to watch soon
let us know how you like it pls
Searching for Sugarman is another great music documentary
Dont know how I forgot that. If you haven't heard about it, good. Don't research it. Just watch it
Such bullshit. Amazon used to have all the big ones (Jazz, civil war, baseball, Vietnam too I think) and now they have basically none
I think PBS has a lot of them now. At least for those who donate/pay to get "passport" access ($5/month).
Ken Burns | PBS
Saw the Stolen Identity of Mitch Mustain on Amazon Prime. Haven't seen that doc, may watch.
Guys, get a library card to watch Kanopy and the other one.
Agree 100% with those who said the Mormon Murder doc on Netflix was fantastic.
One of those I can’t believe I haven’t heard about until now.