Return of the RECENT VIEWING

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 02 Feb 2022, 22:02

Lifeboat, Rear Window, now just started on that Netflix thing ‘The Woman In The House Across The Street from the Girl In The Window’ - it’s chewing gum for the eyes, but sometimes you need that.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 04 Feb 2022, 14:03



Thoroughly recommended.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 15 Feb 2022, 14:25

We saw Harold and Maude for the first time last night. Oh my! What a film.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 15 Feb 2022, 15:22

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby slightbreeze » 16 Feb 2022, 12:49

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A late comer to the Toast party. Wonderful, surreal comedy

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Neige » 20 Feb 2022, 14:44

Minnie Cheddars wrote:We saw Harold and Maude for the first time last night. Oh my! What a film.


First time? Wow, I must have seen it five times at least
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 15 Mar 2022, 15:52

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Angelvampirezombie Netflix series thing.
Worth a watch.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Rorschach » 16 Mar 2022, 14:46

Anyone seen 'Unforgotten'? My nephew's wife is going to be starring in the next season because the main woman's dropped out and I want to know if it's any good.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby The Prof » 19 Mar 2022, 14:32

A bit of background into what's going on now. I think Netflix made if free on Youtube

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Samoan » 20 Mar 2022, 19:40

Billed as "mildly violent", featuring the wonderful Brian Cox and starring Eddie Izzard, this was great fun. The Day of the Triffids (2009 TV series)

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 02 May 2022, 19:36

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Tarantinoish Fargoish Welshish worth a watchish
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 01 Jun 2022, 13:12



Watched this on the plane - thoroughly and horribly enjoyable, actually!
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 01 Jun 2022, 13:13

Neige wrote:
Minnie Cheddars wrote:We saw Harold and Maude for the first time last night. Oh my! What a film.


First time? Wow, I must have seen it five times at least


Yeah! I don’t know why it took so long but - what a treat.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby slightbreeze » 18 Jun 2022, 17:38

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One of the best music documentaries I've ever seen. Thanks, Netflix.

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Minnie Cheddars » 19 Jun 2022, 14:29

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Last night's viewing. Apparently it bombed when it came out, and I can sort of see why - and God, the cast look so YOUNG! It was enjoyable enough, though -what topped it were the interviews at the end when the credits roll which were astonishing.

This, though, I can't recommend enough:

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A wonderful documentary about Medak's ill fated venture with Peter Sellers. There is so much to both love and feel sorrow about in this gem, with the layers all being peeled back. A real winner.

If you have Criterion, a couple of great short films in the LBGTQ season:

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6080264/

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5757172/

The second of those particularly moving.
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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Mike Boom » 20 Jun 2022, 17:01

Just finished the last season of Ozark. Having vacationed there the last six years or so it was interesting to watch, but damn Ruth! Was hoping she would escape with a boat load of cash.

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Re: Return of the RECENT VIEWING

Postby Tom Waits For No One » 21 Jun 2022, 16:51

Looking forward to this

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