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Netflix: What are you watching?
8trackdisco Offline
#1 Posted:
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Are you in the midst of a holiday series viewing binge?

How good is it?
Thunder.Gerbil Offline
#2 Posted:
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I'm watching all
of the
wild, weird conspiracy movies
that Mr. Jones
recommended because they are
really his life
story.


And one about a grotto.
zerohourhero Offline
#3 Posted:
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Just got completely caught up with The Flash (FANTASTIC), now Im getting caught up on ARROW (ALSO AWESOME), and then moving onto Gotham, and Jessica Jones.
TrishS@CigarBid Offline
#4 Posted:
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zerohourhero wrote:
Just got completely caught up with The Flash (FANTASTIC), now Im getting caught up on ARROW (ALSO AWESOME), and then moving onto Gotham, and Jessica Jones.


I watched all of Jessica Jones in November/December. Fantastic! Haven't seen The Flash or Arrow but plan on it during the 500 days of January. Daredevil was also fantastic. My holiday binge watching has been getting caught up on network TV that I tivo'd and fell behind.

I watched a bunch of insipid holiday movies on Netflix while wrapping presents though. I wish they have more of the classic holiday movies. :(
chazbo Offline
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How to make a muderer. First season is about Steven Avery from Wisconsin.
Narcos, it's about Mexico's drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Hemlock Grove, vampires,werewolves, zombies and a mad scientist living in a town.
Watched the first episode of Hell on Wheels last night, looks like a Western.
MACS Offline
#6 Posted:
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May have to look into Netflix again... Verizon was giving me free HBO since I signed up (well beyond how long I was supposed to have it for free) and they finally caught up to me. d'oh!

Since I don't want to pay for it... I'll have to figure something else out. Game of Thrones is coming in April, but I can always watch that the next day on rainier.
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#7 Posted:
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If you want something completely different and can be open minded about it while it develops you might want to see "Hit and Miss" on Netflix . It's about a Vicious Hitman who wants to be a woman and ends up having to raise his kids after his wife gets killed. It's a 6 part series and is really interesting also "Black Mirrors " Netflix is really good and different. It's an Anthology series kinda like Twighlight Zone but more Modern and Graphic but a really interesting. It is British but not hard to Understand..

Also on Roku is a Channel called VID Angel where you can rent the latest movies fo only a buck and i highly recommend it. Watched "Pixels ", last night with the Grandsons and thought it was damned funny !
Mikekoz13 Offline
#8 Posted:
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I also love Arrow... great show.
Currently we're watching "The Killing" on Netflix. It is excellent and some of the best dramatic TV acting that I've ever seen.
BlueDude Offline
#9 Posted:
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Rewatching Trailer Park Boys.

Some of you may find it hits too close to home.

JadeRose Offline
#10 Posted:
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BlueDude wrote:
Rewatching Trailer Park Boys.

Some of you may find it hits too close to home.





That's enough, Randy.



BOTTLE KIDS!!!!!!
dkeage Offline
#11 Posted:
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Mikekoz13 wrote:
I also love Arrow... great show.
Currently we're watching "The Killing" on Netflix. It is excellent and some of the best dramatic TV acting that I've ever seen.

Really liked The Killing. Didn't like the ending tho.
Mikekoz13 Offline
#12 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
Really liked The Killing. Didn't like the ending tho.



I'm not quite there yet. Probably by the end of the weekend.
8trackdisco Offline
#13 Posted:
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Started watching Making A Murderer. 30 miles from where I live.

I'm a fan of the police overal, but have had run ins with bad ones. The inept/crooked Manitowoc county cops have nothing on some of the experiences I've had further north. Chilling and real.
SMOKEYOU Offline
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I was watching that too. Is it any surprise that people are are so narsacistic! We live in a world that preys on the weak.
chazbo Offline
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8trackdisco wrote:
Started watching Making A Murderer. 30 miles from where I live.

I'm a fan of the police overal, but have had run ins with bad ones. The inept/crooked Manitowoc county cops have nothing on some of the experiences I've had further north. Chilling and real.

Can't imagine someone killing an innocent women to set this guy up. Unbelievable
DrMaddVibe Offline
#16 Posted:
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Mikekoz13 wrote:
I'm not quite there yet. Probably by the end of the weekend.



You have to take it for what it is.


Remember they just dropped it like a hot potato. Netflix in their sheer wisdom bought it lock stock and barrel. They tied up the ends and delivered an ending that you were NEVER EVER going to see.

I highly rate that series.

I watched "George Gently" and like that a lot.

Give "Luther" a spin...if you haven't already. It's a short run but captivating.
DrMaddVibe Offline
#17 Posted:
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JadeRose wrote:
That's enough, Randy.



BOTTLE KIDS!!!!!!



PISS JUGS!
Mr. Jones Offline
#18 Posted:
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#2 T.G.

^^^^ -¿- chiree guy say: " Rou Rooooo Runny...ROOOWUHAHAHA ...Rou RRRRUCKER ROU!!"

WE WATCHED "The Ridicoulous 6"
a
Western Comedy w/ tons of stars and SNL graduates....
a NETFLIX ORIGINAL MOVIE...
PRETTY DAM FUNNY....

I liked the squaw " never wears a bra" when she came out of her teepee and stretched up
towards the sky with her GREAT RACK AND PUFFY NIPS poking through her thin white nightee top....
( she is adam sandlers wife in real life)
Mikekoz13 Offline
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DrMaddVibe wrote:
You have to take it for what it is.


Remember they just dropped it like a hot potato. Netflix in their sheer wisdom bought it lock stock and barrel. They tied up the ends and delivered an ending that you were NEVER EVER going to see.

I highly rate that series.

I watched "George Gently" and like that a lot.

Give "Luther" a spin...if you haven't already. It's a short run but captivating.


Thanks for the recommendations. I'll check them out.
Mr. Jones Offline
#20 Posted:
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NETFLIX:

"A Mr. Jones RECOMMEDNDATION" :

"The House Of Spirits"
1993

JEREMY IRONS
MERYL STREEP
GLENN CLOSE
ANTONIO BANDERAS
VINCENT GALLO
WINONA RYDER

set in "CHILE" S.A. during a half plus century
of civil unrest, Cou de'ta
& revolution . it follows one family's strife from nothing to great wealth and political power....
The Cou de'ta scenes are very realistic and the scenery is great....BUT....
IT WAS FILMED IN PORTUGAL AND DENMARK
for whatever reasons???

"a thumbs up"
mr. jones
Mr. Jones Offline
#21 Posted:
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^^ (spelling)
"Recommendation"
"Coup d'etat"
8trackdisco Offline
#22 Posted:
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chazbo wrote:
Can't imagine someone killing an innocent women to set this guy up. Unbelievable


They didn't spend any real time or effort interviewing her ex-boyfriend and even less on her roommate.

They "knew" he raped the girl that he didn't. They "knew" it was him "again" and didn't both investigating much else. The tampered evidence was Keystone Kopish. That still hasn't been explained. I'm only on episode 7.
frankj1 Offline
#23 Posted:
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wife is hooked on The Fall. I like what I have seen.
bgz Offline
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+1 on the Killing, glad Netflix gave it an ending.

If you haven't watched it yet, Sense8.

If you can get over the gay chit (I know there's a bunch of homophobes in here), it's a crazy ass, entertaining show that's very different from other shows.

Being different is a very common trait for Netflix originals, makes their shows more entertaining than the cookie cutter chit the networks put out.



Mr. Jones Offline
#25 Posted:
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we started

jessica jones...

its "o.k." but i dont know the
marvel comic backstory at all....

when she went to the "inner city liquor corner store"

in episode 3 she asked the clerk for his cheapest
bourbon....he gave her a pint of
WILD TURKEY 100....
THAT AIN'T CHEAP....
jimbud Offline
#26 Posted:
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Just finished binge watching Lillyhammer. Great show.
Whistlebritches Online
#27 Posted:
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Showtime is offering a 30 day trial through Roku............Binged through season 5 of Homeland.If you haven't seen this its a must.......great series.Next we hit Season 2 of The Affair........pretty good show with a nice twist at the end you don't see coming.Gotta check it out some more.....we got 3 weeks before I drop it.Not enough on there to justify the $11 a month.

Lillyhammer.........did half of the first season and just couldn't suffer through any more.

I hear The Following has another season out.......maybe Amazon Prime,can't recall where I saw it.I might start it but if it doesn't improve from the last season........it'll be short lived at our house.

House of Cards new season soon.Can't wait on this one......great series.

Just picked up an Amazon Firestick with KODI pre installed.Still learning the KODI program but the content is absolutely amazing.Gonna get to watch my Patriots today in an out of area game that I would normally miss.Thank you KODI,Sportsdevil and vipbox.
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Would highly recommend watching "The World's Fastest Indian" starring Anthony Hopkins as New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years perfecting his classic Indian motorcycle. Based on a true story
MACS Offline
#29 Posted:
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Started a 30 day free trial. Don't really see all that much to make me want to keep it, but I have watched most of Season 1 of Cheers. Man, I loved that show.
sd72 Offline
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Watch Marco Polo
frankj1 Offline
#31 Posted:
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started The Killing. This might be good.
ShanaC@CigarBid Offline
#32 Posted:
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Breaking Bad - just started and it's awesome
Mr. Jones Offline
#33 Posted:
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#32 Shana ^^^

that's a "daunting task"....

I think there are like 8?-10? seasons to watch...
Whistlebritches Online
#34 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
started The Killing. This might be good.



Frank the Killing is excellent.....Stay with it.
Whistlebritches Online
#35 Posted:
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ShanaC@CigarBid wrote:
Breaking Bad - just started and it's awesome



You won't be disappointed.....and BTW its 5 seasons with IIRC 16 episodes in each season.Believe me this is not wasted time........I personally rank this one right up there with the Soprano's.Definately a top 5 series in anybodies book.
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My son kept bugging me,so last night I started Mad Men.
Krazeehorse Offline
#37 Posted:
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Manson Family Vacation when you're in the mood for a weird movie.
watchurai Offline
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Watching:
Hell On Wheels - great filming, sets, etc...but they are losing me a bit lately on the storytelling. We shall see.

Recently Enjoyed:
Breaking Bad - Brilliant.
The Flash - almost too campy but pretty well done and enjoyed the effects.
Daredevil - Gritty and a touch "realer" feeling than the other recent comic series imo

Gave up on:
the Arrow - I love comic book adaptations, but this is too high school for me in the personal interactions and the acting isn't wooing me. The gals are hot, though.
Mad Men - A gorgeous soap opera. Three seasons of work place tensions is all I could do. I get enough real life in real life, thanks.
Whistlebritches Online
#39 Posted:
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watchurai wrote:
Watching:
Hell On Wheels - great filming, sets, etc...but they are losing me a bit lately on the storytelling. We shall see.

Recently Enjoyed:
Breaking Bad - Brilliant.
The Flash - almost too campy but pretty well done and enjoyed the effects.
Daredevil - Gritty and a touch "realer" feeling than the other recent comic series imo

Gave up on:
the Arrow - I love comic book adaptations, but this is too high school for me in the personal interactions and the acting isn't wooing me. The gals are hot, though.
Mad Men - A gorgeous soap opera. Three seasons of work place tensions is all I could do. I get enough real life in real life, thanks.


Stick with Hell on Wheels...........pretty good and a season yet to come.
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Currently watching Danger Mouse... Probably go for Curious George next, maybe some Cat in the Hat later today...
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opelmanta1900 wrote:
Currently watching Danger Mouse... Probably go for Curious George next, maybe some Cat in the Hat later today...

what will you watch when they take naps?
8trackdisco Offline
#42 Posted:
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Black Horseman.

Sort of a animine Californication with beastiality.
MACS Offline
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Perhaps I missed the joke... I did a search for that on Netflix and found "no results".

Think
Mr. Jones Offline
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I am loving this thread for good suggestions of new shows to watch .!!!!!

thanks,
mr. jones

Hell on Wheels is excellent ...
Bar None!!!

"Can I ever change your mind?".....

"No..."

"POWWWW......" ... drops to tracks...
zerohourhero Offline
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MACS wrote:
Perhaps I missed the joke... I did a search for that on Netflix and found "no results".

Think



He means Bojack Horseman
8trackdisco Offline
#46 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Perhaps I missed the joke... I did a search for that on Netflix and found "no results".

Think


Damned auto correct.

Bojack Horseman

Stupid, but moments of great sarcasm.
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Very daunting. I didn't realize there were that many episodes per season.

It's a good show. I keep coming back. I thought to myself, let me start this episode and pause it until tomorrow, lol. I was wrong. I had to watch the whole episode because it had my interest peaked.
dstieger Offline
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Didn't see it mentioned above....watch Peaky Blinders. As good as any mentioned here.

Narcos is well worth your time, but needs to actually be watched attentively because of all the subtitles.

Three episodes into Following. Wife and I looked at each other last night and decided at the same time that we've probably had enough. It is good and tense, but mostly depressing. Like watching Silence of the Lambs three nights in a row.


Not new by any means, but if you haven't watched it in last year or two, Firefly is always good even second or third or sixth time around.



DrMaddVibe Offline
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MACS wrote:
Started a 30 day free trial. Don't really see all that much to make me want to keep it, but I have watched most of Season 1 of Cheers. Man, I loved that show.



WHAT???


There's TONS of shows listed in this thread to hook ya...couple it with Amazon Prime...you'll run out of time first.

Whistlebritches Online
#50 Posted:
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ShanaC@CigarBid wrote:
Very daunting. I didn't realize there were that many episodes per season.

It's a good show. I keep coming back. I thought to myself, let me start this episode and pause it until tomorrow, lol. I was wrong. I had to watch the whole episode because it had my interest peaked.


Shana the wife and I would watch 5-6 episodes an evening.......we just couldn't take a break.On weekends we just took breaks for meals.3 weeks =70+ episodes I believe.Now I'm thinking of watching it again.Breaking Bad is that addictive.
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