Netflix - What gems have you found?

Netflix - What gems have you found?

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Burwood

14,164 posts

194 months

Thursday 14th November
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April’s if been said. Netflix producing Beverley hills cop 4 with original cast and director.

rich12

1,906 posts

102 months

Friday 15th November
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Jazoli said:
Stumbled across Spotless at the weekend and its very watchable with some great dark humour, top totty in it too.
Watched 3 episodes last night because of your post and you're top totty comment is very much true. Beautiful wife and lovely bit on the side but I get all antsy inside everytime that bloody Range Rover pops up.
Why use a 2002-2004 RR and put a 2007 plate on it. They're not exactly much more for an actual 2007 model.

dirty boy

14,356 posts

157 months

Friday 15th November
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Sincere apologies, but i'm not too far off topic..... "Young Offenders" on BBC iPlayer.

Easy watching and fun tv filler if.


Steamer

11,405 posts

161 months

Friday 15th November
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dirty boy said:
Sincere apologies, but i'm not too far off topic..... "Young Offenders" on BBC iPlayer.

Easy watching and fun tv filler if.
They did film first (if youve not seen it already) Which I found by accident (might even be on Netflix).

Series 1 was excellent - Billy is a brilliant character.

Just finished series 2 which was still pretty funny.

ben5575

2,315 posts

169 months

Friday 15th November
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If we're allowed to stay off topic, if you like the tone of Young Offenders, give 'Misfits' a try on 4OD.


Davie_GLA

5,162 posts

147 months

Friday 15th November
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Dallas Buyers Club.

I'd put this off for ages as for some reason i just couldn't get into it.

Fired it up today and found it brilliant. I like MM as an actor and thought he was brilliant in this.

8.5 (Lone) Stars out of 10 Mexican Doctors.

Black can man

31,463 posts

116 months

Friday 15th November
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Davie_GLA said:
Dallas Buyers Club.

I'd put this off for ages as for some reason i just couldn't get into it.

Fired it up today and found it brilliant. I like MM as an actor and thought he was brilliant in this.

8.5 (Lone) Stars out of 10 Mexican Doctors.
This is indeed a great movie.

kowalski655

9,098 posts

91 months

Saturday 16th November
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Dont know if its new but they have a load of Monty Python stuff on,including the shows.Life of Brian & Holy Grail, plus anthologies with talking heads saying how much they loved Python

El stovey

29,099 posts

211 months

Saturday 16th November
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Pick of the litter.

Feel good, Heartwarming documentary about training guide dogs for visually impaired people.


Burwood

14,164 posts

194 months

Saturday 16th November
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Black can man said:
Davie_GLA said:
Dallas Buyers Club.

I'd put this off for ages as for some reason i just couldn't get into it.

Fired it up today and found it brilliant. I like MM as an actor and thought he was brilliant in this.

8.5 (Lone) Stars out of 10 Mexican Doctors.
This is indeed a great movie.
A very good and moving film.

fttm

1,844 posts

83 months

Sunday 17th November
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The Siege of Jacobville , fresh company of Irish UN peacekeepers sent into early 60's Congo then hung out to dry by by politicians . 7/10

JagLover

27,133 posts

183 months

Sunday 17th November
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fttm said:
The Siege of Jacobville , fresh company of Irish UN peacekeepers sent into early 60's Congo then hung out to dry by by politicians . 7/10
Yes it is fairly decent. I thought perhaps they had exaggerated the fighting but looking on Wikipedia it seems fairly accurate (if you can trust Wikipedia of course)


GetCarter

26,901 posts

227 months

Sunday 17th November
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S3 'The Crown' out today. Just watched Ep 1.

Nobody does this sorta' thing better than the Brits.

A budget of £50 million helps of course.

Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 09:51

Thesprucegoose

19,782 posts

143 months

Sunday 17th November
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The 24 hour war looks interesting.

Steamer

11,405 posts

161 months

Sunday 17th November
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Thesprucegoose said:
The 24 hour war looks interesting.
Didnt realise that was new - watched it last night, ideal bit of Saturday night viewing.

Great bit of motorsport history and a great warm up for the Le Mans 66 / Ford vs Ferrari film.

DSLiverpool

11,648 posts

150 months

Sunday 17th November
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GetCarter said:
S3 'The Crown' out today. Just watched Ep 1.

Nobody does this sorta' thing better than the Brits.

A budget of £50 million helps of course.

Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 09:51
Have you contributed?

GetCarter

26,901 posts

227 months

Sunday 17th November
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DSLiverpool said:
GetCarter said:
S3 'The Crown' out today. Just watched Ep 1.

Nobody does this sorta' thing better than the Brits.

A budget of £50 million helps of course.

Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 09:51
Have you contributed?
Financially yes. £8 a month! I didn't write any of the music if that's what you meant.

Now 4 in and it's well worth a watch. I foresee lots of gongs!


Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 13:48

TyrannosauRoss Lex

23,677 posts

160 months

Sunday 17th November
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GetCarter said:
DSLiverpool said:
GetCarter said:
S3 'The Crown' out today. Just watched Ep 1.

Nobody does this sorta' thing better than the Brits.

A budget of £50 million helps of course.

Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 09:51
Have you contributed?
Financially yes. £8 a month! I didn't write any of the music if that's what you meant.

Now 4 in and it's well worth a watch. I foresee lots of gongs!


Edited by GetCarter on Sunday 17th November 13:48
hehe

irocfan

21,312 posts

138 months

Sunday 17th November
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In Like Flynn - a cheap little bio-pic, but quite fun

Hammerhead

2,360 posts

202 months

Monday 18th November
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Two episodes into 'The Spy' and am enjoying it very much.