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    Watched the first 2 episodes of shogun tonight on Disney really good looking forward to the rest of it
    Iím 2 in now. Itís excellent but you really have to concentrate on whatís going on!

    Wife gave up due to the subtitles


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    Iím 2 in now. Itís excellent but you really have to concentrate on whatís going on!

    Wife gave up due to the subtitles
    For all their claims of being able to multitask I don't know of any woman that can handle subtitles 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Iím 2 in now. Itís excellent but you really have to concentrate on whatís going on!

    Wife gave up due to the subtitles
    We finished it the other night it was supberb I did struggle giving it full concentration though, my mrs loved it if that helps any scientific study which is strange as she is worse than me for picking up a phone or what not

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    Watching Traces season 2 on BBC iplayer. I thought that a CSI type show located in Dundee would be rubbish due to there being zero dental records and everyone having the same DNA, but it's actually not bad.

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    Watched the first part of Rebel Moon on Netflix.

    Was ok. Will watch the 2nd part when it drops next week. It's a bit of a Star Wars knock off with added violence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Watched the first part of Rebel Moon on Netflix.

    Was ok. Will watch the 2nd part when it drops next week. It's a bit of a Star Wars knock off with added violence.
    A bit?

    Thought it was pretty lazy guff to be honest.

    The Mrs liked it though so maybe just me that wishes film makers would stop making the far future always a dystopian one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Watching Traces season 2 on BBC iplayer. I thought that a CSI type show located in Dundee would be rubbish due to there being zero dental records and everyone having the same DNA, but it's actually not bad.
    Believe it is based on an open learning course run jointly by abertay University and open University with val mcdermid as a leading writer. Really good.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    Ripley on netflix.

    It's 50s Hitchcockesque, I'm sure deliberately.

    Black and white, slow, lingering shots, very little exposition.

    It's tense and intriguing.

    It's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Ripley on netflix.

    It's 50s Hitchcockesque, I'm sure deliberately.

    Black and white, slow, lingering shots, very little exposition.

    It's tense and intriguing.

    It's good.
    Iíve watched the first two episodes. I agree, itís very good.
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    Watched most of The Gentleman as mentioned by a number of others. Thought it was ok. First couple of episodes were good but it then ended up in one off episodes that resolve themselves in that same episode and at that point was still decent, but not as good.

    Also just finished season 4 of True Detective. My wife loved it I wasnít so keen. Was hoping for more from the supernatural aspect but thought the conclusion was a bit bland and some of the supernatural stuff made little sense as a result.

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    Just finished watching Fallout on prime. As a massive fan of the games it is almost perfect. Walton Goggins is absolutely brilliant in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Just finished watching Fallout on prime. As a massive fan of the games it is almost perfect. Walton Goggins is absolutely brilliant in it.

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    Cant wait. I only played Fallout 4 but smashed the erse out of it. Great game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Just finished watching Fallout on prime. As a massive fan of the games it is almost perfect. Walton Goggins is absolutely brilliant in it.

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    Just started it. Fantastic.

    A bit biased because I loved the games but even the mrs is getting into it

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    The Assembly with michael sheen on BBC iplayer. Oh my goodness, not a dry eye in the house.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair is very good, a superb performance from Patrick Dempsey.
    3 episodes in and really enjoying it . Thanks 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donegal Hibby View Post
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    3 episodes in and really enjoying it . Thanks 👍
    It's a good watch.

    Good to see Wisting back on bbc4, the first two series were very good.

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    I am late to the Slow Horses party, watched the end of the first series this evening with th missus and thoroughly impressed. Oldman Scott Thomas and Saskia Reeves the beating heart of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    I am late to the Slow Horses party, watched the end of the first series this evening with th missus and thoroughly impressed. Oldman Scott Thomas and Saskia Reeves the beating heart of it.
    Hard to disagree re those 3 throughout the three seasons so far.

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