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    Comedians in Cars getting Coffee - is now on Netflix....

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    Quote Originally Posted by clackamascoug View Post
    Comedians in Cars getting Coffee - is now on Netflix....
    I watched about ten episodes last night.

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    The Ranch. Crude, irreverent and sophomoric humor with NSFW language and a laugh track. This show cracks me up. Not sure how they're going to keep the show going without Danny Masterson since he was fired for being a rapist.
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    Peaky Blinders..

    Enjoying this immensely. Tom Hardy as a Jewish King in England is too good to pass up.


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    The End of the Fxxxing World - Wow! What a show. Definitely recommended if you can take some gore, language, and very dark humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UVACoug View Post
    The End of the Fxxxing World - Wow! What a show. Definitely recommended if you can take some gore, language, and very dark humor.
    Just finished it last night... it took me by surprise at how good it was. That girl... she's quite the little actress, and she has the greatest accent since John Lennon.

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    easy. it's about sex. it's good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    Just burned through Ozark. Folks compare it to Breaking Bad for the general trajectory, and I definitely see the obvious comparisons, but this show is dark. Way darker than BB, but also pretty fun. Jason Bateman is awesome in everything he does and really comes off like a good guy even though he's objectively not the greatest guy here. He's no WW and I think that's intentional. The pacing is way slower and, with hour-long episodes, it's harder to binge. It's a fun show, but if BB is an A+ this is probably a B or a B-.
    dark but we liked it
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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    dark but we liked it
    I didn't find it that dark, but I enjoyed it. It could have been way darker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UVACoug View Post
    The End of the Fxxxing World - Wow! What a show. Definitely recommended if you can take some gore, language, and very dark humor.
    Quote Originally Posted by clackamascoug View Post
    Just finished it last night... it took me by surprise at how good it was. That girl... she's quite the little actress, and she has the greatest accent since John Lennon.
    I have liked it. I am just through 3 episodes so far, but it is good. Curious where the story goes from here...both the boy and girl are likable and not likable at all.

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    Ash vs Evil Dead is so over the top at times (gory and dialogue) that it is ridiculous but the characters in it are all rock solid and it is fun show. They have both seasons available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old_gregg View Post
    easy. it's about sex. it's good.
    I've watched and enjoyed a few episodes.
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    Oh yeah- I just started watching the Punisher a couple days ago. I really like this guy, in spite of myself...
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    Quote Originally Posted by UteStar View Post
    I have liked it. I am just through 3 episodes so far, but it is good. Curious where the story goes from here...both the boy and girl are likable and not likable at all.
    My original post was after I had only watched the first few episodes. Now that Iíve finished, Iíll say the last half gets even better (much better). One of my favorite things Iíve watched in quite some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commando View Post
    Oh yeah- I just started watching the Punisher a couple days ago. I really like this guy, in spite of myself...
    Punisher is the best marvel series by far.


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    I stumbled upon A Futile and Stupid Gesture, about the rise and fall of National Lampoon and its co-founder Doug Kenney. Its Rotten Tomatoes critics rating is at only 62%, but I enjoyed it, perhaps because I loved the Lampoon in the early '70s. It covers things like the "Buy this magazine or we'll shoot this dog" cover, the Yearbook issue (a masterpiece), Lemmings (which brought together people like John Belushi, Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Lorne Michaels, Gilda Radner, and several others), and the making of Animal House and later Caddyshack, which essentially resulted in Kenney's death. I was engrossed throughout, but it's better at providing a greatest hits overview than delivering on the more serious undertones of sadness and discontent that pervaded Kenney's life. Still, it makes a strong case for how Kenney and Lampoon had a very profound and lasting effect on American humor.

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    Just watched the new Chris Rock special- Tambourine or something. This is a way toned down Chris Rock in a smaller venue and not the over-the-top character in the sold out stadium shows we've come accustomed to seeing. Has some hilarious takes coming to grips with his divorce and other problems he has had. The guy is such a great stand up.
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    Of the recent suggestions, Ozarks was a huge hit for me. End of the effing World, a strike out. Keep the suggestions coming. Wife and I need a new show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay santos View Post
    Of the recent suggestions, Ozarks was a huge hit for me. End of the effing World, a strike out. Keep the suggestions coming. Wife and I need a new show.
    If you haven't seen Detectorists, you should check it out. Stellar show.

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    Babylon Berlin is really good. But just like Dark it's in German, so you're going to have to read subtitles.

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    Cloverfield Paradox. I know the critics hated it, but I am irresistably drawn to movies starring Daniel Bruhl. I also like that tall blonde Aussie actress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy Lied View Post
    Cloverfield Paradox. I know the critics hated it, but I am irresistably drawn to movies starring Daniel Bruhl. I also like that tall blonde Aussie actress.
    We loved the two earlier Cloverfield movies. Esp. 10 Cloverfield Lane. Hated this one.
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    Jen Kirkman's most recent special on Netflix is really funny. Not as good as the recent Chappelle specials or Patton Oswalt's fucking brilliant recent special, but worth a watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpfunk View Post
    Jen Kirkman's most recent special on Netflix is really funny. Not as good as the recent Chappelle specials or Patton Oswalt's fucking brilliant recent special, but worth a watch.
    I like Jen, she's funny. I'll check it out.
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    I just watched the Crown.

    Season 2 was a real freaking struggle to stay awake. I love history, and I've always been intrigued by the British monarch. I don't see how someone who does not share those interests could make it through the show so far.

    I'm guessing season 4 will start with Chuck and Di's wedding. It could probably get interesting then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Monstah View Post
    I just watched the Crown.

    Season 2 was a real freaking struggle to stay awake. I love history, and I've always been intrigued by the British monarch. I don't see how someone who does not share those interests could make it through the show so far.

    I'm guessing season 4 will start with Chuck and Di's wedding. It could probably get interesting then.
    My wife and I love British dramas, but we couldn't get past the first couple of episodes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Monstah View Post
    I just watched the Crown.

    Season 2 was a real freaking struggle to stay awake. I love history, and I've always been intrigued by the British monarch. I don't see how someone who does not share those interests could make it through the show so far.

    I'm guessing season 4 will start with Chuck and Di's wedding. It could probably get interesting then.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    My wife and I love British dramas, but we couldn't get past the first couple of episodes.
    I watched and enjoyed the first few episodes. Once Elizabeth's dad croaked, it was a lot less interesting to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    I watched and enjoyed the first few episodes. Once Elizabeth's dad croaked, it was a lot less interesting to me.
    It's much more realistic than Victoria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    It's much more realistic than Victoria.
    I'll take your word for it.
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    This just showed up last week. I've watched a couple time so far.

    Last night I watched a lot of it with close captioning on, there are so many small lines, I hadn't noticed before. After the Billy Batts shinebox scene - Jimmy complaining Batts "dented my shoes" and Tommy biggest worry is that he got blood on the floor. What a great movie.

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