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    It really divided opinion in my house...I absolutely loved it, unbelievable footage and the animal behaviour was extraordinary. The rest of my clan were wondering what the fuss was about and found the protagonist annoying.
    Same as mine apart from the clan thought it was beautiful and a lovely story. I thought he was annoying and was putting human emotions onto an animal it was nice to watch we'll shot, but probably would be a 8 minute section of an Attenborough


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    The Battered *******s of Baseball. On Netflix.

    Beautiful story of Bing Russell's (Kurt's dad) independent baseball side, the Portland Mavericks. This could only have happened in the 1970's. Great fun.

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    Watched HBO documentary about Andre the Giant this morning. Superb.

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    Netflixís Last Chance U is on to season 5. It follows the fortunes of a different college American football team and the characters there each season. It had its moments, solid enough, but thereís also a spin-off Last Chance U on Netflix which is focusing on a basketball team from a junior college in East LA and itís by far the best of them. Really great storytelling. I donít understand why thereís so many great documentaries about basketball (Hoop Dreams, The Last Dance, this one).
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    The Crime of the Century on Sky Documentaries, the story of big pharma in America literally getting away with murder in the pursuit of profits from the opioid epidemic sweeping through the place.

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    Just watched killing Escobar, conclusion: Whilst some of these guys were special forces, I can't help but think they were seduced by money to overestimate their own capabilities to a ludicrous extent. Listening to them talking themselves up just reminded me of some bar room blowhard.

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    The Pharmacist, Netflix

    I really felt for the guy after watching this

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    Revealed The hunt for Bin Laden,very good,just out.

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    The nail bomber on Netflix was pretty good. I remember it happening at the time.

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    Evil Genius, Netlix, It's 3 or 4 episodes but it's a "who dun it", so if you watch the first one you will continue to find out.

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    My Octopus Teacher

    A wonderful film amazing creatures
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    Epstein's Shadow : Ghislaine Maxwell, 3 parter on Sky Documentaries. I doubt she'll live long enough to stand trial for her alleged crimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Epstein's Shadow : Ghislaine Maxwell, 3 parter on Sky Documentaries. I doubt she'll live long enough to stand trial for her alleged crimes.
    She must be up for trial soon, seem to remember July being the month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby70 View Post
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    She must be up for trial soon, seem to remember July being the month.
    November.

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    She'll have a lot of dirt on important people.

    Be surprised if she makes it to trial.
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, vodka in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming, "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    She'll have a lot of dirt on important people.

    Be surprised if she makes it to trial.
    Obviously Epstein and his cronies are/were bad enough, but Maxwell's involvement makes everything seem even more sinister to me. I've never been one for tin foil headwear, but it does seem that there are people in certain circles who believe that they're above the law and normal moral standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peevemor View Post
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    Obviously Epstein and his cronies are/were bad enough, but Maxwell's involvement makes everything seem even more sinister to me. I've never been one for tin foil headwear, but it does seem that there are people in certain circles who believe that they're above the law and normal moral standards.
    I wouldnít say thatís a tin foil hat theory. Itís pretty much a fact

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    Hemingway on the iPlayer.

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    I watched the documentary on Netflix about Arran Hernandez. Such a sad story on so many levels.

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    Went to see Summer Of Soul at Vue last night. It was excellent. About the Harlem Culture Festival in 1969. A music festival celebrating black culture against the backdrop of racism and poverty rife at that time. Would have liked to have seen a bit more about the sociopolitical aspect as was really interesting when they delved into it. However it was the music that first attracted me to the film.

    One for my time machine ticklist.

    https://youtu.be/1-siC9cugqA

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    Went to see Summer Of Soul at Vue last night. It was excellent. About the Harlem Culture Festival in 1969. A music festival celebrating black culture against the backdrop of racism and poverty rife at that time. Would have liked to have seen a bit more about the sociopolitical aspect as was really interesting when they delved into it. However it was the music that first attracted me to the film.

    One for my time machine ticklist.

    https://youtu.be/1-siC9cugqA

    Been reading about this need to get along and see it.

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    Has anyone been watching ĎHigh: Confessions of an Ibiza Drug Muleí about the Peru Two (well mainly the Northern Irish one of the two)? Iím up to episode 4. Thereís moments where Iím shocked at how incredibly stupid they were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overdrive View Post
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    Has anyone been watching ĎHigh: Confessions of an Ibiza Drug Muleí about the Peru Two (well mainly the Northern Irish one of the two)? Iím up to episode 4. Thereís moments where Iím shocked at how incredibly stupid they were.
    I finished it on the iplayer, she was incredibly stupid/naive but, appeared to adapt quite well to the situation she found herself in, not too popular back home though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Went to see Summer Of Soul at Vue last night. It was excellent. About the Harlem Culture Festival in 1969. A music festival celebrating black culture against the backdrop of racism and poverty rife at that time. Would have liked to have seen a bit more about the sociopolitical aspect as was really interesting when they delved into it. However it was the music that first attracted me to the film.

    One for my time machine ticklist.

    https://youtu.be/1-siC9cugqA
    Iím going this weekend, looks great.

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    Iím watching The Crime of the Century on Now TV, itís about the Opioid Crisis in America. Itís unbelievable what these companies and doctors got away with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Iím watching The Crime of the Century on Now TV, itís about the Opioid Crisis in America. Itís unbelievable what these companies and doctors got away with.
    I think I mentioned that before, although it might've been on the best tv thread, it's amazing what goes on in the world that we never hear much about.

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    Went to see Summer Of Soul at Vue last night. It was excellent. About the Harlem Culture Festival in 1969. A music festival celebrating black culture against the backdrop of racism and poverty rife at that time. Would have liked to have seen a bit more about the sociopolitical aspect as was really interesting when they delved into it. However it was the music that first attracted me to the film.

    One for my time machine ticklist.

    https://youtu.be/1-siC9cugqA
    Oh to have been there!

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    The Widower, 3 parter on Sky Crime.

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    The Widower, 3 parter on Sky Crime.
    Watched these last couple of nights, what an arrogant human being, complete dick of a man, chaos everywhere he went and consumed by greed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakhog1 View Post
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    Watched these last couple of nights, what an arrogant human being, complete dick of a man, chaos everywhere he went and consumed by greed
    I watched this last night and couldnít agree more. I had a physical reaction every time he came on screen. I honestly couldnít bear to look at him.

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