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The Official BBO Netflix Movie/Show Referral Thread Hint: I did not like Mad Men

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Posted 2022-January-08, 17:57

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Posted 2022-January-09, 00:51

Anyone seen "Don't look up"? Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio movie.

It's received poor reviews but also seems to have reached the top of the most viewed list on Netflix.

FYI, I've not & I'm not in a hurry to see it.
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Posted 2022-January-09, 09:41

View Postshyams, on 2022-January-09, 00:51, said:

Anyone seen "Don't look up"? Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio movie.

It's received poor reviews but also seems to have reached the top of the most viewed list on Netflix.

FYI, I've not & I'm not in a hurry to see it.

I saw it. I thought it was pretty funny but definitely not in the same league as, say, "Airplane" and it does perhaps hit too close to the mark for some viewers.
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Posted 2022-January-09, 13:41

View Postshyams, on 2022-January-09, 00:51, said:

Anyone seen "Don't look up"? Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio movie.

It's received poor reviews but also seems to have reached the top of the most viewed list on Netflix.

FYI, I've not & I'm not in a hurry to see it.


I thought it decent but not quite enough tongue-in-cheek like say, Dr. Strangelove.
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Posted 2022-January-12, 10:25

View PostWinstonm, on 2022-January-09, 13:41, said:

I thought it decent but not quite enough tongue-in-cheek like say, Dr. Strangelove.

I also thought it was too blatant. Satire needs to be a little more subtle.

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Posted 2022-January-24, 11:26

I binged "Wolf Like Me" on Peacock last weekend. A very nice modern take on werewolf stories. Stars Isla Fisher and Josh Gad are good, but the little girl is a standout.

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Posted 2022-February-05, 10:34

"Jack Reacher" on Amazon. Two thumbs up in my house.
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Posted 2022-February-13, 11:06

"CODA" on Apple TV is a well done feel good story.

I re-watched "The Natural" a few days ago. A lot of good performances by supporting actors. Glenn Close is gorgeous.

I've started watching the PBS NewsHour again after seeing some mentions in the WC. Thanks to whoever that was.
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Posted 2022-March-26, 11:51

"Drive My Car" is very good. Murakami, who wrote the short story on which much of the movie is based, is such a Beatles fan.

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"Listen, babe, I got somethin' to say
I got no car and it's breaking my heart
But I've found a driver and that's a start"

Listening to our babes when they got somethin' to say? Good idea.
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Posted 2022-March-26, 11:55

We were planning to watch something else last night but couldn't stop watching Pelosi's Power, a Frontline documentary that launched after the PBS NewsHour ended. The commentary and photography are as mind blowing as her story which is saying something.
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Posted 2022-March-27, 19:51

We watched "Worst Person in the World". Two thumbs up in our house. I enjoyed the other two movies in the "Oslo Trilogy" which were heavier.
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Posted 2022-April-10, 20:23

"Benjamin Franklin" on PBS is very good. Talk about larger than life.
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Posted 2022-April-12, 17:22

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"Benjamin Franklin" on PBS is very good. Talk about larger than life.

I agree. I haven't watched most Ken Burns documentaries because they're too long, but 4 hours about a great statesman was about the right amount. It's hard to believe one man did so much.

They didn't shy away from mentioning his faults (he was a racist and slave owner for much of his early life, but he eventually realized it was wrong, and he didn't treat his wife very well), but his achievements far overshadowed them.

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Posted 2022-May-01, 19:48

C'mon C'mon got two thumbs up in my house. On Showtime.
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