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Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 03 May 2020, 13:04

In the shadow of the moon.
Netflix

Interesting with a little time travel in the mix.

A bit slow at first, but very interesting as it goes along, more curiosa and curiosa, until the end..... a real twist!!!

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 24 Apr 2020, 16:19

In recent light of governments wanting us to download apps to track us for c-virus updates and whom we contact that may have it etc.
I watched a movie on Netflix called The Circle.
Had Tom Hanks in it.
Interesting if you consider your privacy of value or not.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by johnsmith » 20 Apr 2020, 13:48

greggerypeccary wrote:
20 Apr 2020, 13:12
Just finished Ozark (Season 3), on Netflix.

Excellent!

Worth watching just to see the performance by the actor playing Wendy's brother (the substitute teacher), Ben.

Bateman's done a brilliant job with this show.
I can't wait for the next series


I'm now watching 'black lightening' ... the acting is cringe worthy, but for some reason I keep going back :grn

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by greggerypeccary » 20 Apr 2020, 13:12

Just finished Ozark (Season 3), on Netflix.

Excellent!

Worth watching just to see the performance by the actor playing Wendy's brother (the substitute teacher), Ben.

Bateman's done a brilliant job with this show.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by HBS Guy » 16 Apr 2020, 11:41

Teething problems.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by johnsmith » 16 Apr 2020, 10:38

johnsmith wrote:
16 Apr 2020, 10:27
why can i only see the last page of this topic?

it's ok. I fixed it :gup :gup

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by johnsmith » 16 Apr 2020, 10:27

why can i only see the last page of this topic?

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 14 Apr 2020, 23:18

Just finished watching a 4 part mini series called “Unorthodox”
At first I wasn’t feeling interested in this show, as it’s a true story, the acting of ‘Etsy’ is brilliant!
It really shows how Hasidic Jews were.
Glad I watched it.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by johnsmith » 28 Mar 2020, 11:33

DonDeeHippy wrote:Just Watched "Sex Education" absolutely amazing series. Netflix English show and lots of fun... The worse part is now I have to wait a year for the next part.... Love the Mum and Almost took me the whole series to realise who she was, don't cheat and see if you can guess....
I enjoyed that series. Light entertainment. XXXXX XXXXXX was brilliant.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by DonDeeHippy » 28 Mar 2020, 05:51

Just Watched "Sex Education" absolutely amazing series. Netflix English show and lots of fun... The worse part is now I have to wait a year for the next part.... Love the Mum and Almost took me the whole series to realise who she was, don't cheat and see if you can guess....

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 18 Mar 2020, 01:22

Okay! Another good Netflix true story about the Tucker car.

We actually saw one at a local car show last year.
It’s worth we’ll over $1mllion !!

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 09 Mar 2020, 23:47

Two good movies that are intriguing ...

From time to time

Collateral beauty

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by greggerypeccary » 09 Mar 2020, 13:49

I watched 'Room' (on Netflix) on the weekend.

The book was fantastic, and the movie was surprisingly good too.

The young boy is a great little actor.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by greggerypeccary » 03 Mar 2020, 16:08

Redneck wrote:New season of "Better Call Saul" the follow on show using some of the "Breaking Bad" characters is now on Stan
Yes.

I've watched the first two episodes.

Episode 3 is released tonight.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Redneck » 02 Mar 2020, 08:48

New season of "Better Call Saul" the follow on show using some of the "Breaking Bad" characters is now on Stan

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by mothra » 01 Mar 2020, 00:32

DonDeeHippy wrote:
johnsmith wrote:just started watching a series called 'Shameless'


it's so wrong what they get up to, but like a car crash, you just have to look.



I also watched ragnarok

the acting is absolutely pathetic, but the scenery is amazing. I watched it just for the scenery .... both of the Norweign landscapes and the naked Norweign women :yahoo :yahoo
Love Shameless, the English version is the original and about the only series I've liked the American version more.. William H Macey is Brilliant (Frank)
Absolutely agree. The US version is streets ahead ... and hilarious.

John, i watched Ragnorak too .. fucked if i can remember a thing about it so i'm pretty sure i agree with your appraisal.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by DonDeeHippy » 29 Feb 2020, 06:41

johnsmith wrote:just started watching a series called 'Shameless'


it's so wrong what they get up to, but like a car crash, you just have to look.



I also watched ragnarok

the acting is absolutely pathetic, but the scenery is amazing. I watched it just for the scenery .... both of the Norweign landscapes and the naked Norweign women :yahoo :yahoo
Love Shameless, the English version is the original and about the only series I've liked the American version more.. William H Macey is Brilliant (Frank)

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by HBS Guy » 28 Feb 2020, 18:48

Best scenery, nekkid wimmen!

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by johnsmith » 28 Feb 2020, 17:27

just started watching a series called 'Shameless'


it's so wrong what they get up to, but like a car crash, you just have to look.



I also watched ragnarok

the acting is absolutely pathetic, but the scenery is amazing. I watched it just for the scenery .... both of the Norweign landscapes and the naked Norweign women :yahoo :yahoo

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by HBS Guy » 14 Feb 2020, 20:06

Will look for that one.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by mothra » 14 Feb 2020, 18:32

SBS on Demand: Years and Years. Absolutely brilliant. Imagines the world over the next 10 years if we go on the way we are going.

Just knock-out television.

Emma Thompson does an extraordinary job as a populist, Hanson -type figure who gets the masses on her side ... with devastating results.

Scared the shit out of me.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 03 Feb 2020, 18:59

Daughter and I have our Netflix night together, watching something I thought would look colourful and cheery, called AJ and the Queen.
It’s actually really good!
And lots of good wisdom in this show too.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by Lols » 23 Jan 2020, 14:21

mothra wrote:
Lols wrote:Finally season 6 Grace and Frankie is here!
What I love about this show, the honesty about older age.
The wit and humour are really good.
I love Grace’s outfits, such a old hippy but tastefully so, my style is similar and I do get called a bit of a hippy :bgrin
Anyway, hurrah, season 6 is here!

I love Grace and Frankie! My daughter turned me onto it a couple of years ago. So good.

And the latest season doesn't disappoint.

Rise up!
haha yes!

And the reality of that show, such as Grace's ex Robert, wearing a c-pap mask.
I was just reading, whilst we are in season, 6, that season 7 will be the last, and as I am so hooked on this show with such reality to it, I said to the hubby, we could watch it all again!

Now, I want to talk about a movie I watched last night on SBS, it was on late (I had trouble sleeping, with the lurgy, coughing if I lay down in bed, so I was up watching tv instead), well, it's called
To the end of the world.
Wow, it was truly a magnificent film, although in Chinese, with sub titles, filmed on the Antarctic, at the end of the show, it shows how the film crew stayed with the Chinese expedition and scientists at their base camp in Antarctica and how the film crew were having trouble adapting to the cold, but the captured images and reality of survival and how treacherous it is there, truly captured the spirit of it in the movie.

I recommend it.

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by mothra » 22 Jan 2020, 14:20

Lols wrote:Finally season 6 Grace and Frankie is here!
What I love about this show, the honesty about older age.
The wit and humour are really good.
I love Grace’s outfits, such a old hippy but tastefully so, my style is similar and I do get called a bit of a hippy :bgrin
Anyway, hurrah, season 6 is here!

I love Grace and Frankie! My daughter turned me onto it a couple of years ago. So good.

And the latest season doesn't disappoint.

Rise up!

Re: The best of Netflix and Stan.

by HBS Guy » 19 Jan 2020, 12:11

Captain Nemo, I approved your post but it will be easier if you register here.

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