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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 Trooper224 View Post
    Rambo:Last Blood

    The thinnest of plots and the barest of exposition set John J. up to kill a lot of Mexican sex trafficers in the most gratuitous and gruesome ways possible. Rambo: Arizona Chainsaw Massacre would have been a better title. If all you need in a movie is gratuitous gore and loud explosions, then you'll enjoy. However, if your an even slightly layered or nuanced human being your intelligence will only be insulted.

    I'm really hoping for Rambo: Rest in Peace as the next installment.
    Oh well, I'm not surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnO View Post
    Oh well, I'm not surprised.

    Was it sponsored by Geritol, Ensure or Depends?
    I heard the title was supposed to be
    Rambo: Blood Thinner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance View Post
    Carnival Row (Amazon Prime) - Watched the first episode of this yesterday evening and it barely held my attention long enough to finish the whole thing. The wife is a fantasy fan however, and plans on pursuing the series.

    At any rate, it's put together well, has some interesting world building, and a smattering of steam punk. If you're a fan of the genre, I'd say it's worth a try.
    I thought it was okay, I'm a fan of Cara D. and her fiercely tweezed eyebrows. My big takeaway was Caroline Ford - think a young, fresh Rhona Mitra!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    Finished up "Unbelievable" on Netflix last night. I thought it was a very good series with good production values and acting.

    Even the not so subtle 'girl power' 'man demeaning' undercurrent was tolerable in light of the overall story. Definitely worth a watch imho. Based upon true events.
    Agreed on all points. Worth the watch.

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    Went and watched that new Rambo movie today. Was pretty good.


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    My wife and I saw Downton Abbey Friday night and enjoyed it(we are fans of the series also).
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    +1 for Unbelievable. Difficult to watch (as it should be given the subject) but worth it. Kaitlyn Dever is excellent as always, and Merritt Wever who was great in Godless.
    Also watched The Boys on Amazon, a good irreverent and somewhat raunchy take on the superhero genre. Honestly it's probably the most realistic depiction of what it would be like if we had superheroes.

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    I just watched Logan's Run for the first time in 40 years. I don't remember it being so mediocre the last time I watched it
    He's nobody, he's a bloody zero, he's a Cypher. (Tom Clancy The Patriot Games)

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    Watched the first episode of Peter Gunn and now I'm halfway through episode 2. The music alone will keep me into it for a while.
    Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest. - Mark Twain

    Nobody beat me, we were playing pinochle. Itís a rough game.

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    Quantum Leap: The Leap Home parts 1 & 2



    These two episodes are what made me a fan. For those of you who are not familiar with the series or this episode, Sam is trying to save his brother's life and His companion, Al deliberately sacrificed his freedom and his marriage to his one true love to allow him to succeed.

    I personally think it was the best role that either Dean Stockwell or Scott Bakula ever played
    He's nobody, he's a bloody zero, he's a Cypher. (Tom Clancy The Patriot Games)

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