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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by hood b. goode, Dec 23, 2017.
I watched it. Very missable.
Spycraft show is pretty interesting.
One of the old guys that provides commentary killed me today when he pronounced bonafides as "bona-feedis". Now I want a documentary on his life.
Everyone can admit they've watched Bridgerton by now, and we deserve a few bonks for Daphne
Pretty sure this is Amazon prime but more people need to be aware how great it is
I apologize, I’m old so everything I watch that’s not on cable is by definition “ Netflix “
Surviving Death episode 1 was actually solid. The 2nd one, however, was boring and stupid.
Is it like the old TV show I Survived?
Glad I watched that, because that guy did an awful job describing her pronunciation
This is making me irrationally angry
Guy's pic has me triggered, too
The Dig was fantastic. Got a little dusty in the room for sure
Anyone got any good series or documentaries to watch?
Last 4 I watched
Gangs of London
My wife turned this on last week and watched 1 episode. It was one of the worst shows I have ever watched. A week later and I am still irrationally angry about how big of a piece of shit that show was.
I'm not sure Babylon Berlin was popular or discussed much here, but that show is fantastic. Highly recommend.
Meru and Magnus. Though, they are both on Prime.
Can confirm. It’s a sensory overload. Great visuals, set in Weimar Germany. Lots of action, interesting storylines, and some general WTFness.
I am utterly fascinated by the music/night club scene of that time. Couple that with the absolute wild psychedelic psychotic flashes and such and it’s unreal. The time period and setting make for ultimate interest.
bridgeton any good?
No, but the sex scenes are on point and the lady friends enjoy that
congrats on the sex
Same reason I’m always down to “watch” 50 shades of grey...
After Life may be my favorite show of the last several years. I can't believe I missed the release of season 2, especially at the height of quarantine, but finished last night.
Amazing that it can make me laugh harder than I have at a show in forever, be absolutely heartbreaking, and at the same time be uplifting.
Wife and I watched one episode and it didn’t do anything for us.
I love this show. One of my favorites.
Bridgerton is based on a series of romance novels. So if that appeals to you, it's a show for you
I didn’t hate bridgerton
From the producers of Dark. Looks prettay good.
2074. In the wake of a mysterious global disaster, war rages between the Tribes that have emerged from the wreckage of Europe. Three siblings from the peaceful Origines tribe - Kiano (Emilio Sakraya), Liv (Henriette Confurius) and Elja (David Ali Rashed) - are separated and forced to forge their own paths in an action-packed fight for the future of this new Europa. Tribes of Europa premieres on Netflix on February 19, 2021.
The highs and lows of that are drastic, but I love it
Already had it on my list, did not know it was from the producers of Dark though. That should make it a must watch
Made it about halfway. Thought it was pretty boring and bad. Then I started to Barbarians, and am pretty underwhelmed.
Netflix is sure churning out some god awful movies. Watched Friendsgiving, Cut Throat City and Death of Me and good lord they all sucked.
This isn't the western section! Then why are there saloon doors!
Been watching this crime drama series called Intelligence. Decent enough concept but the rub is that it's a Canadian show and oh boy is it just hilariously stereotypically Canadian in every way. I'm the majority through season 1 (there's only 2 seasons) and no one ever gets arrested or busted and every bad guy is an informant for some agent or another.
The main character...the "boss" who runs the drug ring also has fronts including a strip joint, shipping company, etc... Anyway, this drug kingpin guy is the most level headed, kindest, most empathetic, caring guy you would ever meet. It's not a good show but I'm gonna have to see it through. Oh Canada.
If you only knew how hilariously stereotypical your own shows are, even the american movies are like fast food. It’s just funny stupid so Americans can understand what is going on.
i will not accept any criticism of canada when the us almost re-elected a fucking clown show.
It wasn't intended to be a criticism of Canada. Just a humorous anecdote on a random Netflix show I'm watching. Unfortunate that you got your panties in a bunch over it.
take off you hoser
I know what you were doing, I was doing the same the other way. Thought that was obvious.
since I am Canadian
By the way I love Independence Day
Don't apologize you soft ass Canuck
i hope you did not miss the stereotype
you seem like an angry person
just say American we know what you’d mean
A few years late, but wife and I just finished Imposters and thought it was pretty entertaining. Not a masterpiece but easy to turn on most nights after the kid was in bed for an episode or two.
I always assumed that the Sutton Hoo helmet was something from ancient Asia until actually seeing it in the British Museum and noticing its with all the Anglo Saxon, Viking Age stuff. I guess it was The Ninja Turtles nemesis Shredder that made me assume this, but then again those Turtles may be ninjas but they don't seem Asian.
Been watching a British cop show called Marcella that's p good.
They go after a serial killer in the 1st season and it's 3 seasons.
Pssssh silly Brits. Dexter can dispatch 3 serial killers in less than an hour of television.