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Thread: What was the last TV Show or Movie you saw, and did you like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delphidoc View Post
    I just watched Apocalypse World War I for about the fourth time. I think it was on NatGeo but it might have been on American Heroes Channel. Incredible 5-part series with colorized film footage that shows how incredibly horrible WW1 was. What a miserable sucky war, not that I can name very many good ones.

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    The Smithonian Channel also has been airing colorized documentaries. At first I wasn't sure how I felt about the colorization but it grew on me.
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    Watched Bumblbee, a Transformers movie - shoot me. Actually wasn't bad. The others were stupid. There were a few plot holes. Like do Special Forces Hummers drive around with two 50 BMG flanking what looks like a harpoon gun from an old whaler? For what? Land whales. But an amusing morning.

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    Anyone with HBO Max seen this? We don't presently have an HBO subscription, but this seems like the sort of thing you can't not see.

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    Godzilla v. Kong

    Plot makes no sense. The military stuff is flawed. However, the graphics are pretty good and it is mindless fun.

    As a movie with a point to make, the original Gojira has more impact. Wouldn't go to a theater to see it but it comes with my cable package.

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    Watched Southland again.


    The more I re-watch it, the more I am frustrated I am by how great it could have been.



    They shouldn't have made everyone so screwed up, should have focused 98% on patrol (there are enough detective shows), and had less drama. My belief is that people would appreciate a show that had competent, non corrupt, squared away crime fighters. Maybe we don't need a repeat of Malloy and Reed, but I prefer something closer to them than how screwed up the cast got.


    More Dewey would have been great. Sherman not going dirt bag insane and never bring back Lucy Liu, the most annoying cast member in the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer View Post
    Godzilla v. Kong

    Plot makes no sense. The military stuff is flawed. However, the graphics are pretty good and it is mindless fun.

    As a movie with a point to make, the original Gojira has more impact. Wouldn't go to a theater to see it but it comes with my cable package.
    Did you watch it on HBO? I really want to see this, but not sure about dealing with the theaters during the plague. Also donít feel like going $15 a month for HBO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewbie View Post
    Watched Southland again.


    The more I re-watch it, the more I am frustrated I am by how great it could have been.



    They shouldn't have made everyone so screwed up, should have focused 98% on patrol (there are enough detective shows), and had less drama. My belief is that people would appreciate a show that had competent, non corrupt, squared away crime fighters. Maybe we don't need a repeat of Malloy and Reed, but I prefer something closer to them than how screwed up the cast got.

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    Yeah, but it was still an entertaining surprise the one time I watched it. So many modern movie efforts are just crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    Did you watch it on HBO? I really want to see this, but not sure about dealing with the theaters during the plague. Also donít feel like going $15 a month for HBO.
    I don't know if it is worth going to a theater. I wouldn't add HBO just for it. I have HBO as part of my cable/internet/phone package. I'm not adding a bunch of different services for just a show or two. I wonder if that model is viable. Netflix is the one we have over the cable package and it has lots of weird interesting things when I'm bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAWBONES View Post
    Yeah, but it was still an entertaining surprise the one time I watched it. So many modern movie efforts are just crap.

    Oh yeah youíre right. Iím so hard to please tv and movie was, it shows you how good it had to be just to get someone like me to pay attention.


    The attention to detail was excellent. The way the duty gear was worn, the types of holsters and even guns carried.

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    Now the type of movie I usually watch but this had some pretty funny moments. I thought @BehindBlueIís would like this since they are his people.

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