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Reply #60 posted 07/06/19 7:51pm

onlyforaminute

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onlyforaminute said:




Yep they show a lotta penises most are uninteresting. But Kat's storyline is getting to me. After seeing Nate beatdown that guy, I will not stomach him meeting up with Jules, the channel will be changed I won't be able to handle that much helplessness. And Rue's little taste of fentanyl. Every envelope is being dumped off the table. Its good the acting is stellar the subject matter is frightening though. Especially with hs kids.


I agree with you. The interpersonal and psychological dynamics are much more interesting than the penis fest lol .



i did forget about the unsolicited and solicted part. I actually found that f-ng hilarious, that was educational. I thank them for that bit of public service. Unfortunately that only covers the 1 percent
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Reply #61 posted 07/07/19 5:34pm

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Stranger Things 3 (2019) I binged watched over the weekend, and that end credit scene left me at omfg boxed Also Dustin and Suzie are the cutest screen couple on Netflix, and now I can't get Neverending Story (1984) by Limahl and Beth Anderson out of my head. I give this series a 4.5 out of 5 popcorn

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Reply #62 posted 07/08/19 6:17pm

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Too Old to Die Young E1-3 on Amazon Prime. Great acting so far. William Baldwin has a great cameo. This is weird moody series, but compelling thus far and the pacing may be slow for some, but I liking it so far.

Interview with the director:

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Reply #63 posted 07/12/19 1:48pm

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Stranger Things 3 (2019)

Drowning in 80's nostalgia (with incredible attention to detail), this show is getting to be derivative of itself, but it's just so much damn fun. The performances from top to bottom are wonderful. Cary Elwes hams it up delightfully.

And Cara Buono. Oh my, Mrs. Wheeler. lol

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Reply #64 posted 07/14/19 7:06pm

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Fosse/Verdon (2019) Great series about the this iconic couple who changed the face of Broadway and later film musicals eg. Sweet Charity (1969), Cabaret (1972) and All That Jazz (1979). Both Rockwell and Williams gave amazing performances, however, my only gripe was in episode 8 where they didn't mention any of Gwen's later tv and film roles for eg, in Cocoon (1985), Magnum, PI (1985-88) and Marvin's Room (1996) etc....it wasn't all about Fosse! So for a series that was suppose to give Gwen her proper due, they dropped the ball which I found annoying. Nevertheless, I give this a 4 out of 5 popcorn

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Reply #65 posted 07/15/19 11:09am

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I, Claudius (1976)

One of the greatest television productions of all time with a legendary cast. Before there was Game of Thrones, Rome, Deadwood , etc., there was this epic. I highly recommend it.

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Reply #66 posted 07/15/19 3:11pm

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Goddess4Real said:

Fosse/Verdon (2019) Great series about the this iconic couple who changed the face of Broadway and later film musicals eg. Sweet Charity (1969), Cabaret (1972) and All That Jazz (1979). Both Rockwell and Williams gave amazing performances, however, my only gripe was in episode 8 where they didn't mention any of Gwen's later tv and film roles for eg, in Cocoon (1985), Magnum, PI (1985-88) and Marvin's Room (1996) etc....it wasn't all about Fosse! So for a series that was suppose to give Gwen her proper due, they dropped the ball which I found annoying. Nevertheless, I give this a 4 out of 5 popcorn



I've seen an episode or 2 of this, she reminds me so much of a young Shirly MacLaine.

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Reply #67 posted 07/16/19 5:18am

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I, Claudius (1976)

One of the greatest television productions of all time with a legendary cast. Before there was Game of Thrones, Rome, Deadwood , etc., there was this epic. I highly recommend it.

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indeed. it's still one of my favourite series of all time. especially in this day and age with
all the special effects and huge production budgets, it's wonderful to watch this 'simple'
series which almost feels like a hybrid between tv and theatre, and be amazed by just
how effective and engaging it is.

i've rewatched it every few years since i first learned about it in 1990. it's about time to
give it another spin, i think smile so thanks for the reminder, namepeace smile


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Reply #68 posted 07/16/19 11:24am

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Fleabag - Season 2

I liked this much better than the first season which I felt needed the finale to put the entire series in the proper perspective. Now that it's more clear where all the characters are coming from, it made viewing much more enjoyable. And the ending was near perfect--continuing the series isn't necessary. Although, at six half-hour episodes per season, it flies by a little too fast. 4.5/5

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Reply #69 posted 07/16/19 11:28am

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IstenSzek said:

namepeace said:

I, Claudius (1976)

One of the greatest television productions of all time with a legendary cast. Before there was Game of Thrones, Rome, Deadwood , etc., there was this epic. I highly recommend it.

starstarstarstarstar



indeed. it's still one of my favourite series of all time. especially in this day and age with
all the special effects and huge production budgets, it's wonderful to watch this 'simple'
series which almost feels like a hybrid between tv and theatre, and be amazed by just
how effective and engaging it is.

Indeed. It was innovative for its time and found a way to be the best of both TV and theatre.

i've rewatched it every few years since i first learned about it in 1990. it's about time to
give it another spin, i think smile so thanks for the reminder, namepeace smile

I re-watch it every July and August, which seems fitting. thumbs up!

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Reply #70 posted 07/16/19 1:10pm

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Too Old to Die Young E1-3 on Amazon Prime. Great acting so far. William Baldwin has a great cameo. This is weird moody series, but compelling thus far and the pacing may be slow for some, but I liking it so far. Interview with the director: https://m.youtube.com/wat..._EYSDFeXmA

E 4-5

This is one crazy ass show, but nevertheless intriguing. I love the diverse cast. The acting is top notch. Anyone watch it yet?

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Reply #71 posted 07/16/19 1:13pm

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Fosse/Verdon (2019) Great series about the this iconic couple who changed the face of Broadway and later film musicals eg. Sweet Charity (1969), Cabaret (1972) and All That Jazz (1979). Both Rockwell and Williams gave amazing performances, however, my only gripe was in episode 8 where they didn't mention any of Gwen's later tv and film roles for eg, in Cocoon (1985), Magnum, PI (1985-88) and Marvin's Room (1996) etc....it wasn't all about Fosse! So for a series that was suppose to give Gwen her proper due, they dropped the ball which I found annoying. Nevertheless, I give this a 4 out of 5 popcorn

I hope they put this on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon. Michelle is my fav actor and Sam is amazing.

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Reply #72 posted 07/17/19 10:22pm

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JoeBala said:

Goddess4Real said:

Fosse/Verdon (2019) Great series about the this iconic couple who changed the face of Broadway and later film musicals eg. Sweet Charity (1969), Cabaret (1972) and All That Jazz (1979). Both Rockwell and Williams gave amazing performances, however, my only gripe was in episode 8 where they didn't mention any of Gwen's later tv and film roles for eg, in Cocoon (1985), Magnum, PI (1985-88) and Marvin's Room (1996) etc....it wasn't all about Fosse! So for a series that was suppose to give Gwen her proper due, they dropped the ball which I found annoying. Nevertheless, I give this a 4 out of 5 popcorn

I hope they put this on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon. Michelle is my fav actor and Sam is amazing.

Michelle was truly amazing as Gwen queen worship

Great idea for a Pose espisode thumbs up!

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The footage of Gwen Verdon as a guest ball judge during “Paris is Burning” is ICONC. We need Michelle-Williams-as-Gwen-Verdon to make a cameo on for the crossover we all deserve! 😍 CC:


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Reply #73 posted 07/18/19 2:52pm

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Deadwood - Season 2

I rate this season slightly less than excellent because I think the series suffers when Ian McShane's character, Al Swearengen is incapacitated. 4.5/5

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