Seen that advertised on fox , I’ll give it a watchyou and others list loads of programmes I like suggesting similar taste but then throw Ozarks in which I honestly thought got worse and worse and the last series was awful (though I stuck with it because sometimes you just have to!).
Mr. Inbetween is another relatively unknown gem from Australia, I thought it was superb.
Yeah, we watched Money Heist dubbed into English and at times it was dreadfulTop 3 of all time would be:
and probably less obvious - Money Heist.
For money heist, make sure you put it as original Spanish audio and then English subtitles. I think when I first tried to watch it it defaulted to the dubbed English and it was cringey and I turned it off after ten minutes. With the original a idiot though...wow. I’ve never been so on edge for a TV show, was fantastic.
Notable mentions for
Band of Brothers
Parks and Recreation
The Marvelous Miss Maisel
I'm not sure if Chicago 7 had a cinema release but if it did I think SBC could be in for an Oscar nomination. His performance was superbFew recommendations from recent viewing. All Netflix.
Mindhunter - series about the FBI developing criminal profiling. Two agents modelled on real people interview serial killers in prison. Fantastic show and has led me on to the real Agent’s many books on the subject.
The trial of the Chicago 7 - film based on a true story about the anti-Vietnam war movement and the US Govt’s bent prosecution over a demo in Chicago. Sacha Baron Cohen is excellent in a “real“ acting role.
His House - IF you must watch horror (the wife makes us occasionally - although it tends to bore me) then this film was decent for the genre. Two refugees flee war torn Africa and get put in a Council property in UK but have brought an evil spirit with them.
I also concur with Handmade’s Tale... amazing show. Planning to read the books soon.
It had limited release in US I think mate. Was to be a full release but Covid scuppered that so Netflix bought the rights.I'm not sure if Chicago 7 had a cinema release but if it did I think SBC could be in for an Oscar nomination. His performance was superb
Which books did you read related to mindhunter?
The Holden character was based on Robert Ressler. I read Resslers book, I think the title was he who fights monsters.It had limited release in US I think mate. Was to be a full release but Covid scuppered that so Netflix bought the rights.
I’m currently reading The Killer Across the Table. John Douglas is the Agent/Author. But from that I can see he has written a few books so will be checking them out after.
The one mentioned here is his newest, released after Mindhunter I believe. The actual show is based on his book of the same name.
Think it’s somewhere in between mate.The Holden character was based on Robert Ressler. I read Resslers book, I think the title was he who fights monsters.
The incident where Holden ends up alone in the room with Keller is in his Resslers book, it actually happened to him.