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Netflix: What are you watching?
grmcooper Offline
#501 Posted:
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Sandra Bullocks box.

Well that was the best part of the whole movie.
kombat96 Offline
#502 Posted:
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Happy
dstieger Offline
#503 Posted:
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Finally got around to Making a Murderer.
The only thing my brother in law asked for for Christmas was an Avery Auto Salvage shirt....so I figured we'd better see what all the fuss was about.
Wow. Tough to watch only because my wife is getting so pizzed, she's going to start throwing chit at the tv.
moonman Offline
#504 Posted:
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Murder Mountain
harleyd31 Offline
#505 Posted:
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House of Cards
opelmanta1900 Online
#506 Posted:
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Spoiler alert: he molests some dude...
moonman Offline
#507 Posted:
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Neal Brennan: 3 Mics
dstieger Offline
#508 Posted:
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Posts: 9,954
Bad Blood. 6 episode mafia miniseries...based on a real mob family in Montreal. Well done.
Ewok126 Offline
#509 Posted:
Joined: 06-25-2017
Posts: 4,333
Revisited Solo again.
8trackdisco Offline
#510 Posted:
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moonman wrote:
Murder Mountain


I'm on this one too. Interesting, but slow. They jam 15 minutes of good content into a 47 minute show.
8trackdisco Offline
#511 Posted:
Joined: 11-06-2004
Posts: 50,608
dstieger wrote:
Finally got around to Making a Murderer.
The only thing my brother in law asked for for Christmas was an Avery Auto Salvage shirt....so I figured we'd better see what all the fuss was about.
Wow. Tough to watch only because my wife is getting so pizzed, she's going to start throwing chit at the tv.


Avery Auto Salvage only 30 miles away. Once I get withing about a mile from the place, I get the creeps. Nothing to do with the inbred Avery clan. The chance of getting pulled over by a Manitowoc county cop.
8trackdisco Offline
#512 Posted:
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Man Down.

Quirky British comedy. Starting the second season.
Mr. Jones Offline
#513 Posted:
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Posts: 10,778
#508 ^^^ stieny...

BAD BLOOD WAS W.E.A.K. in the first episode...

E.A.C.H. SUBSEQUENT episode gets weaker and weaker...
Then the heads start to roll and about every 10 minutes in episodes 3-6 "somebody gives somebody else an
Ultimatum"...
#likedoyouunderstand
#dontyoueverdothatagain
Or #ifyoueverdothisagain
Or #hepaidhisduesanddidhistimesoyoushouldtrusthimtoo

Bad Blood is such a BOOOOOOOOOO-SHHHHH LEAGUE
CRIME DRAMA shot in Canada to save money...several actors are decent ...but the writers are so bad and the story lines so predictable....I CAN GUESS WHAT EVERY NEXT LINE COMING UP WILL BE AND I FIGURE OUT THE ENTIRE EPISODE PLOT TWISTS AND TURNS by 3 minutes in....
Mr. Jones Offline
#514 Posted:
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Watch THE NEW NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY

"FYRE FESTIVAL....THE GREATEST PARTY THAT NEVER HAPPENED"

^^^^ THIS SHOW ^^^^ KICKS "BAD BLOODS"
SORRY AZZZZZZZ

A.L.L.
DAY
L.O.N.G.
Mr. Jones Offline
#515 Posted:
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Oh yea....

BIRD BOX

B
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W
S

DONKEY DEEEEEEEEEEEEKS OUT LOUD....
ShanaC@CigarBid Online
#516 Posted:
Joined: 09-22-2010
Posts: 962
Marcella - It's good! Finished both seasons in about 2 weeks. British detective going through a divorce and other psychological things, she solves some pretty eerie murder cases. Can't wait for the 3rd season.
opelmanta1900 Online
#517 Posted:
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She? What'll those crazy brits think of next...
moonman Offline
#518 Posted:
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Fire at the Disco, how you doing 8track? Cuckoo
Whistlebritches Offline
#519 Posted:
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The Kominsky Method...…..very entertaining
Narco's Mexico...…..better than the Original Narco's IMHO

and a couple movies

Sleeping with Other People.........worth the hour and a half or so
Below Her Mouth........20 years ago this would have been rated XXX.Best lesbo movie I have seen.Bathtub seen 20 or so minutes in with Natalie Krill got me hard as Chinese arithmatic,hell I think the old lady even got wet during that scene.Worth your time gentleman


Phil222 Offline
#520 Posted:
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The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man

Not bad. I wasn’t familiar with any of these stories prior to watching.
8trackdisco Offline
#521 Posted:
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moonman wrote:
Fire at the Disco, how you doing 8track? Cuckoo


Moonman?!

Holy cow, Man. Good to see you are still kicking!
moonman Offline
#522 Posted:
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Thanks for that, now I've got "Simple Minds" playing in my head. I was on a Facebook sabbatical. I hope that doesn't ruin my Cbid forum cred?
moonman Offline
#523 Posted:
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Phil222 wrote:
The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man

Not bad. I wasn’t familiar with any of these stories prior to watching.


I thoroughly enjoyed watching this. Freaking Bill Murray does matter!
8trackdisco Offline
#524 Posted:
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moonman wrote:
Thanks for that, now I've got "Simple Minds" playing in my head. I was on a Facebook sabbatical. I hope that doesn't ruin my Cbid forum cred?


You and I started our Cbid journey the same month and year. You had the good sense of getting a life.

Poor, misguided Bastid.
moonman Offline
#525 Posted:
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Huh, will you look at that! Man you're a way more prophylactic poster than I could ever be. I'll try to catch up.
8trackdisco Offline
#526 Posted:
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Bill Burr stand up. Funny guy. Hard to believe he hasn't been sent to a feminist run, re-education camp- never to be seen again.
Sunoverbeach Online
#527 Posted:
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Interviewers try to reeducate him periodically but he just tells them to f#$& off...except using words that make it hilarious
8trackdisco Offline
#528 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Interviewers try to reeducate him periodically but he just tells them to f#$& off...except using words that make it hilarious


Fantastic. The struggle is real. Be strong, Bill Burr.
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#529 Posted:
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Watched first two episodes of Shameless last night.

Will be watching more.
dstieger Offline
#530 Posted:
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Black Earth Rising
Highly recommend
dstieger Offline
#531 Posted:
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Hired Guns - documentary about session/rental/tour musicians. Not bad....feels like a vehicle to slam Billy Joel as much as anything, but some feel good Rock Star-like stories. Billy Joel and Matt Kuchar should compare notes....oh and the dickhead from Filter...always wondered why they didn't make it huger... now I know

Keith Richards- Under the Influence....not worth the hour...unless you are a Richards fanatic...
8trackdisco Offline
#532 Posted:
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Fyre Festival.

Some of the best schadenfreude money can buy.
dstieger Offline
#533 Posted:
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A few episodes of Deep Undercover -- fascinating subject....to me....stories of undercover operations..cops, feds, etc. Lots of so-so reenactments...and not a lot of psych detail you can get in an hour, but interesting

Mastermind -- comedic telling of a true story heist -- well done

More music stuff:
-The Other One: Long Strange Trip of Bob Weir -- pretty well done -- esp if you're a Dead fan
-27: Gone Too Soon - Hendrix, Joplin, Cobain, etc....sux
-Now More than Ever: History of Chicago - excellent -- I only planned to watch half, since I totally lost interest in one of my favorite groups around Chicago X -- but this tells a good, somewhat unvarnished story of how they tanked so far, so fast -- interesting that Peter Cetera declined to participate....though he might get outsized blame since he doesn't defend himself


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#534 Posted:
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After Life
8trackdisco Offline
#535 Posted:
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Ice Guardians.

Story of a dying breed in hockey- the Enforcers.
ShanaC@CigarBid Online
#536 Posted:
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Secret City - Conspiracy, government, secrets, it's good.
Ewok126 Offline
#537 Posted:
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How to Train Your Dragon



It ain't working. Confused
dstieger Offline
#538 Posted:
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Another British miniseries....they sure do great 6 to 12 parters:

Traitors - by the end you are pretty much disgusted with every official (and not quite official) entity in the years following WWII.
Very well done.
smokestaxx Offline
#539 Posted:
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Black Summer. Just finished. That was a wild show..
8trackdisco Offline
#540 Posted:
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30 for 30 special on Moe Berg called Spyball.

Was only vaguely aware of his escapades 20 minutes ago. A patriot.
Whistlebritches Offline
#541 Posted:
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Secret City.......damn good

Stranger Things,2 seasons..........better than expected

Now for the new season of Bosch on Prime...........hadn't been let down yet.
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#542 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
30 for 30 special on Moe Berg called Spyball.

Was only vaguely aware of his escapades 20 minutes ago. A patriot.

read an easy to read bio on Moe Berg a few years back. What a life story!
8trackdisco Offline
#543 Posted:
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dstieger wrote:
Another British miniseries....they sure do great 6 to 12 parters:

Traitors - by the end you are pretty much disgusted with every official (and not quite official) entity in the years following WWII.
Very well done.


Watched an episode on WWII about how Churchill and some WWI English hero. Churchill swept it under the rug.
8trackdisco Offline
#544 Posted:
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Starting Ozarks.
Whistlebritches Offline
#545 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Starting Ozarks.



I dug it...….looking forward to the next season.


We just finished season 5 of Bosch on Prime..........absolutely fantastic
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#546 Posted:
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Whistlebritches wrote:
I dug it...….looking forward to the next season.


We just finished season 5 of Bosch on Prime..........absolutely fantastic


^I'm half way through season 5. As good as the other seasons.

David
Whistlebritches Offline
#547 Posted:
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Mrs. dpnewell wrote:
^I'm half way through season 5. As good as the other seasons.

David


Absolutely........Bosch has been solid,can't wait for season 6
ZRX1200 Offline
#548 Posted:
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I was a bit disappointed,more character interaction and less story resolution than the other 4 seasons. IMO. But still great
Whistlebritches Offline
#549 Posted:
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ZRX1200 wrote:
I was a bit disappointed,more character interaction and less story resolution than the other 4 seasons. IMO. But still great


You overthink schit…………...Let me say this once again,STOP THAT!!!
8trackdisco Offline
#550 Posted:
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Got a free month of Amazon Prime. What new show or series do I watch?

Justified..... again.

Addictive.
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