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Discussion in 'TV Board' started by Kirk Fogg, Jul 15, 2015.
he was definitely running low in the show
In real life they estimate he was worth 30 billion when he died. He wasn't short on cash or manpower.
It was more getting his hands on it that was the problem.
Loving season 2 so far, taking me forever to watch it though. Only through episode 6. I had forgotten how hard of a watch this is for the way I watch TV. I'm usually always doing something else, pretty much impossible to do that with Narcos since I know very little Spanish.
Anyone catch StrangerThings yet?
Exactly. Can't do that. iPad has screwed me out of many scenes.
I'm the same exact way. I can't even begin to tell you how many times I have had to rewind scenes because I realize that I missed five minutes because I was doing something else.
The scene with Gustavo in the plaza blew my mind
I wish they had a 5 min recap on what was factual and what wasnt at the end of each ep.
Wagner Moura >>> Vincent Chase
Only gripe about the season is what they did with La Quica. They portrayed him as the most ruthless yolo gangster then all of a sudden he's the 1 too scared to do the Montecasino and turns on everyone, just didn't fit how they made his character.
Absolutely fabulous though and don't wanna be bitching, just bothered me.
I didn't see it as him being scared, he just knew he was going to die. That'd be like volunteering for a suicide mission
Just thought that was what they made his character all about and what he preached to limon.
they're all tough until they have to face the music. i think that's what the show was trying to portray. a lot of those guys snitched
So was it really just Pablo and a few people at the end? I thought he still was running shit and had a big following up until the very end?
I know she's not really seen in session 2, but the real life Virginia Vallejo was a smoke show
this reminds me, I actually thought Limon's arc was wayyyy underdeveloped. In ep 1 he's hesitant to even take the job, and they turn him into the cold member of the inner circle way too quickly.
The Real DEA Agents of 'Narcos' Break Down What Season 2 Got Right
I just interpreted that on the show as more of Pablo's guys kept getting arrested or killed so it was easy for him to work his way up quickly.
Makes me wonder about his wife/son now.
Totally, but it would have been nice to see his hardening (heh heh) as a progression.
Kinda want season 3 to be about people I don't know much about but the Cali guys are a pretty fascinating group.
Season 1 to me wasn't all that well made but still very entertaining, definitely trust them after season 2.
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Tata has some nice voluptuous tatas
That isn't all she's got namean
Man, I just got to the part where the grandma leads Los Pepes back to the house because she had to attend mass. I would have thrown her out the window at the gunman with a grenade attached to her.
The best part was when she wanted to be all like "this wasn't my fault"
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How did he find that sweater? That's amazing
That is impressive work on that costume.
She's so fucking bad.
reading this thread as I finally got around to watching this. Finished season 1 just now and since I'm off work all week I'll probably finish season 2 in a couple of days.
I remember watching this HBO movie on Barry Seal as a kid:
I honestly don't think I'll watch season 3 or 4. I enjoyed Pablo and don't really care about them trying to catch Cali.
Would enjoy watching other psychopath narcos and even dictators.
Just getting around to watching Narcos, currently on S2 E3
As a history buff this stuff is pretty fascinating
Also found this
I just watched S1 and S2... pretty great show.
The pace of the show was crazy. Kinda get lost in the show and had to remind myself this wasn't some made up shit that Escobar was legit and did all this shit.
I like the subtitles... forced you to watch the show and not multi task. It also helps my spanish lol
yeah, when i binge a show i miss so much. and that's basically how i watch all tv shows these days.
Probably my favorite Netflix Original series going on right now. So well done.
I felt like the pacing of the first two seasons was fast. Curious how season three unfolds.
Looks fucking awesome.
That looks good, but no fucking way am I going to be able to take that scene serious where Gabriel Iglesias is a gangster
Only a week away. Pumped for the new season
I feel like this show doesn't get near the publicity it should. Maybe because it's a genre and specific story that's been documented countless times.
I'm gonna miss Moura though. He was impossible to take my eyes off of when he was on screen.
People don't watch it bc of subtitles which is just fucking stupid