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« Reply #7230 on: January 15, 2022, 11:14:20 PM »
Gangs of London any good?
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« Reply #7231 on: January 15, 2022, 11:27:19 PM »
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« Reply #7232 on: January 16, 2022, 01:24:26 AM »
Ozark season 4 is coming Next week on Netflix. Highly recommend anyone who hasn't watched to get involved from the start. Just finished Dopesick on star. But jumpy back and forth for me but what a story of Big Pharm and the drug Oxycontin. You will understand Americas suspicion of Big pharma is not unfounded after watching this.

Didn't realise Ozark is out next week, another great show.

Dark Waters another film with Mark Ruffalo shining a light on on the rotten nature of big pharma.

Itís about DuPont who are not a pharma company.
A mere detail, both companies share the ignominy of the title 'scum of the earth'.

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« Reply #7233 on: January 16, 2022, 09:48:14 AM »
Ozark season 4 is coming Next week on Netflix. Highly recommend anyone who hasn't watched to get involved from the start. Just finished Dopesick on star. But jumpy back and forth for me but what a story of Big Pharm and the drug Oxycontin. You will understand Americas suspicion of Big pharma is not unfounded after watching this.

Didn't realise Ozark is out next week, another great show.

Dark Waters another film with Mark Ruffalo shining a light on on the rotten nature of big pharma.

Itís about DuPont who are not a pharma company.
A mere detail, both companies share the ignominy of the title 'scum of the earth'.
I hope you don't prop up either industry by using any of their goods.

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« Reply #7234 on: January 16, 2022, 11:45:04 AM »
Good luck avoiding the purchase of anything from a megacorporation like DuPont.

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« Reply #7235 on: January 17, 2022, 08:36:48 AM »
Started watching 1883 which is the prequal to Yellowstone.
A post civil war era western. Basically how the Dutton family came to own the land and ranch in Montana.
Enjoying it so far.
Sam elliot is excellent and the young girl that plays Elsa is set to be  star.
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« Reply #7236 on: January 17, 2022, 10:36:13 PM »
Started watching 1883 which is the prequal to Yellowstone.
A post civil war era western. Basically how the Dutton family came to own the land and ranch in Montana.
Enjoying it so far.
Sam elliot is excellent and the young girl that plays Elsa is set to be  star.

Itís the best new show Iíve seen in years. The story is a cobbled together version of a dozen settler movies but itís better acted, better paced, better presented than anything in the genre. And youíre right about Elsa Dutton; what a screen presence. Just owns it.
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« Reply #7237 on: January 19, 2022, 12:57:15 AM »
Started watching 1883 which is the prequal to Yellowstone.
A post civil war era western. Basically how the Dutton family came to own the land and ranch in Montana.
Enjoying it so far.
Sam elliot is excellent and the young girl that plays Elsa is set to be  star.

Itís the best new show Iíve seen in years. The story is a cobbled together version of a dozen settler movies but itís better acted, better paced, better presented than anything in the genre. And youíre right about Elsa Dutton; what a screen presence. Just owns it.
For 1883 I am impressed with the $50,000 worth of perfect shiny white teeth some of those filthy cowboys have glistening when they offer a  toothy grin to the luscious Elsa.

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« Reply #7238 on: January 19, 2022, 08:43:31 AM »
Started watching 1883 which is the prequal to Yellowstone.
A post civil war era western. Basically how the Dutton family came to own the land and ranch in Montana.
Enjoying it so far.
Sam elliot is excellent and the young girl that plays Elsa is set to be  star.

Itís the best new show Iíve seen in years. The story is a cobbled together version of a dozen settler movies but itís better acted, better paced, better presented than anything in the genre. And youíre right about Elsa Dutton; what a screen presence. Just owns it.
For 1883 I am impressed with the $50,000 worth of perfect shiny white teeth some of those filthy cowboys have glistening when they offer a  toothy grin to the luscious Elsa.

Really?

Is it okay when beautiful people with perfect teeth take on every other major role in cinema and TV? Or where is your magic line in historical productions when it become acceptable for actors not to knock out their teeth for a part?

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« Reply #7239 on: January 19, 2022, 08:58:53 AM »
Started watching 1883 which is the prequal to Yellowstone.
A post civil war era western. Basically how the Dutton family came to own the land and ranch in Montana.
Enjoying it so far.
Sam elliot is excellent and the young girl that plays Elsa is set to be  star.

Itís the best new show Iíve seen in years. The story is a cobbled together version of a dozen settler movies but itís better acted, better paced, better presented than anything in the genre. And youíre right about Elsa Dutton; what a screen presence. Just owns it.
For 1883 I am impressed with the $50,000 worth of perfect shiny white teeth some of those filthy cowboys have glistening when they offer a  toothy grin to the luscious Elsa.

Really?

Is it okay when beautiful people with perfect teeth take on every other major role in cinema and TV? Or where is your magic line in historical productions when it become acceptable for actors not to knock out their teeth for a part?

Why do certain actors put on a lot of weight, or lose a lot of weight for certain roles? Play the part and if it is 1883 at least darken down the pearly whites
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« Reply #7240 on: January 20, 2022, 10:19:49 PM »
watched the Nottingham Forest show on Netflix, brilliant. What they achieve will never happen again
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« Reply #7241 on: January 21, 2022, 02:06:19 PM »
watched the Nottingham Forest show on Netflix, brilliant. What they achieve will never happen again

Clough was an absolute genius.
Have either Derby or Forest won anything of any sort outside of his successes?

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« Reply #7242 on: January 22, 2022, 11:03:05 PM »
RTE have struck theater gold with the Tommy Tiernan interviews, though as a money earner I doubt that it could be sold on to other countries.
Every show this season has had compulsive viewing, more so in the talks with Barry McGuigan and Bernadette McAliskey and this Saturday with headliner Roger Daltry.
The total absence of show bizz has an appeal of its own.

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« Reply #7243 on: January 22, 2022, 11:14:45 PM »
RTE have struck theater gold with the Tommy Tiernan interviews, though as a money earner I doubt that it could be sold on to other countries.
Every show this season has had compulsive viewing, more so in the talks with Barry McGuigan and Bernadette McAliskey and this Saturday with headliner Roger Daltry.
The total absence of show bizz has an appeal of its own.

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« Reply #7244 on: January 22, 2022, 11:31:20 PM »
RTE have struck theater gold with the Tommy Tiernan interviews, though as a money earner I doubt that it could be sold on to other countries.
Every show this season has had compulsive viewing, more so in the talks with Barry McGuigan and Bernadette McAliskey and this Saturday with headliner Roger Daltry.
The total absence of show bizz has an appeal of its own.

Said it before,  absolutely fantastic presenter, he listens & is totally unscripted. Tubridy is robotic & hampered by his time restraints.