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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 14 Mar 2020.

  1. Mottie

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    Great British Bake off. Again. Herman the German is winning. Again! Shouldn't be allowed - it’s not the great German bake off. :rolleyes:
     
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    Recently watched the "Many Saints Of Newark", the prequel to the legendary Sopranos TV series. I wouldn't bother if you haven't yet had chance & you're not a big fan.

    "The Last Bus" starring Timothy Spall is a must.
     
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    Black Panther/ Leslie Whittle on catchup. I hadn't really taken much notice of it at the time, until it was announced that he was caught and where he lived - I was employed at the time by a company not far from where he had lived and when I needed to go in their office, I would drive past very close to his address.
     
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    Were did you find it?
     
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    I’ve seen it. I watched it on my firestick though - don’t know whether it was on any regular channels or cinema release only. Was so-so if you had watched the Soprano's and knew the characters.
     
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    I recorded ITV " The Larkins" a remake of " Darling Buds Of May" just watched it , Bradley Walsh plays the part of " Pop Larkin" watchable but not a patch on David Jasons "Darling Buds"
    Set in an isolated village in heart of Kent beginning of the 1950`s considering most the village inhabitants were supposed to have never visited London This village appeared to have its fair share of Ethnic Group residents .
    I guess this is the modern approach to TV series but to those that enjoyed the " feel good factor" of the book and remember the original TV series it does not do the original Justice .
    It made me think how did the Producers of " Doc Martin" get away with not having an Ethnic family living in a small fishing village in Cornwall over ten series ?
     
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    I download from https://torrentgalaxy.to/. There's 1 or 2 heavy submitters but GalaxyRG or TGxMovies are known quality.
     
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    We both watched the first 15 minutes before deciding it wasn't worth the effort...

    I guess that is forced upon the producers, irrespective of the true history.
     
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    Waiting for William Shatner to take off and become the oldest/fattest man in space. Live on YouTube. T - 40 minutes to go.
     
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    Well, that was pretty impressive how that rocket comes back down and lands upright. Just like you’d expect in a 60’s sci-fi film. :cool:Dunno what exactly it achieved though, apart from some more publicity for the amazon billionaire.
     
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    Shatner boldly went where he's never been before.
     
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    But did the wig stay on?
     
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    Yeah. Boldly went, not baldly went! :mrgreen:
     
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    He had to Klingon to it. Sorry:(
     
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    Binge watching the whole series of A Touch of Frost.
     
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