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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 13,059
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far

    I thought it was well acted.
    Bout all I can say.  Let us know what you thought when finished.
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  • No CoderNo Coder Brisbane Posts: 906
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far

    I thought it was well acted.
    Bout all I can say.  Let us know what you thought when finished.
    I really like Regina King acting, so that was a drawcard. I will hopefully get through it in the next week or so
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 11,332
    Sense8 finale tonight..
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 31,228
    Just started Narcos. Excellent thus far. My only beef is that Vinny Chase isn't playing Pablo Escobar.
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  • H.ChinaskiH.Chinaski Brooklyn, NYPosts: 1,332
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far
    It was a good watch and don't wanna say much but it seemed pretty realistic in hindsight.
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 28,740
    Watched Season 1 of The Toys That Made Us
    As a child of the 80's this is must see entertainment. Covers Star Wars, Barbie, He-Man and GI Joe toy lines and the fantastic backstories on how they came to be.
    season 2 is out. only saw one episode about The Transformers, pretty interesting
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  • No CoderNo Coder Brisbane Posts: 906
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far

    I thought it was well acted.
    Bout all I can say.  Let us know what you thought when finished.
    Finished this show last night and thought it was well done. Liked the cast and the show moved at a good pace. I won't go into detail, but I think it actually had a sadly realistic ending
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 41,757
    edited June 18
    Watched Season 1 of The Toys That Made Us
    As a child of the 80's this is must see entertainment. Covers Star Wars, Barbie, He-Man and GI Joe toy lines and the fantastic backstories on how they came to be.
    season 2 is out. only saw one episode about The Transformers, pretty interesting
      The 2nd season is okay (I was a Transformers nut as a kid... but my parents were cheap-asses so I always got stuck with the GoBots; it was totally embarrassing), but the Hello Kitty episode sucked. Is Hello Kitty even a toy?? I don't think it is. Sure, they made some plush items after it, but that doesn't mean it's really a toy IMO. It's more like a brand that is stuck onto an endless number of random items.
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 4,517
    Staircase - 3 episodes in.

    Another good true crime story from the early 2000's. 
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 13,059
    No Coder said:
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far

    I thought it was well acted.
    Bout all I can say.  Let us know what you thought when finished.
    Finished this show last night and thought it was well done. Liked the cast and the show moved at a good pace. I won't go into detail, but I think it actually had a sadly realistic ending
    There were parts that I found I disliked or, worse, were downright boring....but the cast and acting were very good.
    Regina King cannot get enough parts, for me.  She is really good.
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 28,740
    PJ_Soul said:
    Watched Season 1 of The Toys That Made Us
    As a child of the 80's this is must see entertainment. Covers Star Wars, Barbie, He-Man and GI Joe toy lines and the fantastic backstories on how they came to be.
    season 2 is out. only saw one episode about The Transformers, pretty interesting
      The 2nd season is okay (I was a Transformers nut as a kid... but my parents were cheap-asses so I always got stuck with the GoBots; it was totally embarrassing), but the Hello Kitty episode sucked. Is Hello Kitty even a toy?? I don't think it is. Sure, they made some plush items after it, but that doesn't mean it's really a toy IMO. It's more like a brand that is stuck onto an endless number of random items.
    i still have all my transformers from when i was a kid except for Megatron (he pretty much fell apart) and a cheap imitation of Shockwave. Of course most of the ones i still have are pretty much broken.
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  • No CoderNo Coder Brisbane Posts: 906
    No Coder said:
    No Coder said:
    Started watching Seven Seconds , only 2 episodes in, but its been solid so far

    I thought it was well acted.
    Bout all I can say.  Let us know what you thought when finished.
    Finished this show last night and thought it was well done. Liked the cast and the show moved at a good pace. I won't go into detail, but I think it actually had a sadly realistic ending
    There were parts that I found I disliked or, worse, were downright boring....but the cast and acting were very good.
    Regina King cannot get enough parts, for me.  She is really good.
    Agree completely about Regina King. I don't think I have ever watched anything with her in it and not enjoyed her role. 

    Yes, cast and acting were the highlights and there were definitely times where it dragged for no reason
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 41,757
    edited June 22
    I'm just on the second episode of The Staircase, and so far I'm pretty fascinated. It's not so much the case that interests me. It's that they really show how lawyers work on a case in an intimate, real kind of way that I've actually never really seen documented before.
    But the whole thing kind of has an air of real reality and honesty, which is also hooking me... though it's a little odd that the entire thing was so consistently filmed while it was happening, documentary style. Usually these true crime documentaries cover the case after the fact and in retrospect, but here it is documented while the case is worked on and tried. They've deliberately been making the film for 17 years, starting shortly after the death happened. Very compelling.
    I have yet to form an opinion on whether or not this guy killed his wife. As always, I'm horrified for him if he didn't do it, and if he did do it, I'm stunned by his ability to lie in that level.
    Post edited by PJ_Soul on
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 28,740
    GLOW- season 2

    season 2 is out now

    so is Luke Cage.
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 13,059
    Brooklyn 99-ing on Hulu.  Netflix should have this.
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 13,059
    Luke Cage S2 is awesome in many ways, but I also hate (hate, hate, hate) the way they ended the season.  Great music, really cool show

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  • Indifference71Indifference71 ChicagoPosts: 12,611
    Luke Cage S2 is awesome in many ways, but I also hate (hate, hate, hate) the way they ended the season.  Great music, really cool show

    Haven't started it yet.  Saw that the reviews weren't the greatest.  Feels like these Marvel shows have too many episodes (except The Punisher and Daredevil...those 2 are the best).  Always feels like the story drags on a bit.  But I'll check it out soon...probably after I finish The Staircase.
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  • Meltdown99Meltdown99 None Of Your Business...Posts: 1,816
    Drug Lords is good ... season 2 streaming now
  • tweedyfanjentweedyfanjen Posts: 880
    PJ_Soul said:
    I'm just on the second episode of The Staircase, and so far I'm pretty fascinated. It's not so much the case that interests me. It's that they really show how lawyers work on a case in an intimate, real kind of way that I've actually never really seen documented before.
    But the whole thing kind of has an air of real reality and honesty, which is also hooking me... though it's a little odd that the entire thing was so consistently filmed while it was happening, documentary style. Usually these true crime documentaries cover the case after the fact and in retrospect, but here it is documented while the case is worked on and tried. They've deliberately been making the film for 17 years, starting shortly after the death happened. Very compelling.
    I have yet to form an opinion on whether or not this guy killed his wife. As always, I'm horrified for him if he didn't do it, and if he did do it, I'm stunned by his ability to lie in that level.
    No doubt in my mind that he did it and probably killed the woman in Germany, too. There's a lot that went on that wasn't presented in the documentary. Like, her actual cause of death was strangulation. Also, his attorney defended Rae Carruth back in the day. Gross.
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 4,517
    PJ_Soul said:
    I'm just on the second episode of The Staircase, and so far I'm pretty fascinated. It's not so much the case that interests me. It's that they really show how lawyers work on a case in an intimate, real kind of way that I've actually never really seen documented before.
    But the whole thing kind of has an air of real reality and honesty, which is also hooking me... though it's a little odd that the entire thing was so consistently filmed while it was happening, documentary style. Usually these true crime documentaries cover the case after the fact and in retrospect, but here it is documented while the case is worked on and tried. They've deliberately been making the film for 17 years, starting shortly after the death happened. Very compelling.
    I have yet to form an opinion on whether or not this guy killed his wife. As always, I'm horrified for him if he didn't do it, and if he did do it, I'm stunned by his ability to lie in that level.
    No doubt in my mind that he did it and probably killed the woman in Germany, too. There's a lot that went on that wasn't presented in the documentary. Like, her actual cause of death was strangulation. Also, his attorney defended Rae Carruth back in the day. Gross.
    I thought the same thing almost immediately just by gauging him as a person. Especially because of his lack of emotion. He just exudes no empathy and is about as egotistical as they come. I mean, who is thinking about hiring a film crew within a few days of the death of your wife so they can document everything? Truly weird and he is a strange guy, especially considering all the secrets he was keeping. I also thought we were probably not getting a lot of information in the film that happened in court so I feel like it was slightly trying to taint our view. Either way, I was very surprised by the jury verdict. The minute I saw that SBI guy, I also thought he was a goof and was making shit up. This was all back in the time when CSI had just become huge so it appears he thought he could capitalize on being like a Gil Grissom type.

    All in all, a very fascinating docu-series.
    It's a hopeless situation...
  • jerparker20jerparker20 St. Paul, MNPosts: 1,416
    I'm sure it's been mentioned on here, but I've recently discovered Schitt's Creek.  Funny stuff!
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 11,395
    edited July 15
  • Indifference71Indifference71 ChicagoPosts: 12,611
    tbergs said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    I'm just on the second episode of The Staircase, and so far I'm pretty fascinated. It's not so much the case that interests me. It's that they really show how lawyers work on a case in an intimate, real kind of way that I've actually never really seen documented before.
    But the whole thing kind of has an air of real reality and honesty, which is also hooking me... though it's a little odd that the entire thing was so consistently filmed while it was happening, documentary style. Usually these true crime documentaries cover the case after the fact and in retrospect, but here it is documented while the case is worked on and tried. They've deliberately been making the film for 17 years, starting shortly after the death happened. Very compelling.
    I have yet to form an opinion on whether or not this guy killed his wife. As always, I'm horrified for him if he didn't do it, and if he did do it, I'm stunned by his ability to lie in that level.
    No doubt in my mind that he did it and probably killed the woman in Germany, too. There's a lot that went on that wasn't presented in the documentary. Like, her actual cause of death was strangulation. Also, his attorney defended Rae Carruth back in the day. Gross.
    I thought the same thing almost immediately just by gauging him as a person. Especially because of his lack of emotion. He just exudes no empathy and is about as egotistical as they come. I mean, who is thinking about hiring a film crew within a few days of the death of your wife so they can document everything? Truly weird and he is a strange guy, especially considering all the secrets he was keeping. I also thought we were probably not getting a lot of information in the film that happened in court so I feel like it was slightly trying to taint our view. Either way, I was very surprised by the jury verdict. The minute I saw that SBI guy, I also thought he was a goof and was making shit up. This was all back in the time when CSI had just become huge so it appears he thought he could capitalize on being like a Gil Grissom type.

    All in all, a very fascinating docu-series.
    Finished it last night.  I don't know what to think!  Some very shady stuff by law enforcement...that Deaver guy was a complete clown.  Still shocked that he was originally found guilty...there seemed to be a lot of reasonable doubt.  I was reading about the "owl theory" last night....it sounds crazy at first, but kinda makes sense when you really get into it.
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 28,740
    I'm sure it's been mentioned on here, but I've recently discovered Schitt's Creek.  Funny stuff!
    vert first post on the thread :wink:
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  • jerparker20jerparker20 St. Paul, MNPosts: 1,416
    edited July 15
    I'm sure it's been mentioned on here, but I've recently discovered Schitt's Creek.  Funny stuff!
    vert first post on the thread :wink:
    You’ve been around here long enough to know that no one reads through threads or uses the search function.
    Post edited by jerparker20 on
  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 28,740
    I'm sure it's been mentioned on here, but I've recently discovered Schitt's Creek.  Funny stuff!
    vert first post on the thread :wink:
    You’ve been around here long enough to know that one no reads through threads or uses the search function.
    :tongue:
    I'm one of the few who probably uses it
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  • WhatYouTaughtMeWhatYouTaughtMe I have no idea what's going on right now!Posts: 4,728
    Wild Wild Country

  • No CoderNo Coder Brisbane Posts: 906
    Wild Wild Country

    I have heard good things about this. I have it on my list to watch
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 11,332
    No Coder said:
    Wild Wild Country

    I have heard good things about this. I have it on my list to watch
    Crazy!!!!
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  • tweedyfanjentweedyfanjen Posts: 880
    Orange is the New Black is back on. Anyone watching after last year's shit show?
    I'm through with screaming
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