Best TV shows or movies you can recommend

Sky_Blue_Daz

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Classic. Papa Lazorou being dragged into the whole ‘blackface’ thing is a joke.
There was a warning on before each episode , about the humour being of its time
 

Sky_Blue_Daz

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Not many actors does pent up aggression and rage like Reece Shearsmith
 

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EFL on Quest could be a good watch today. Often can be a bit hit or miss though.
 

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Not read the whole thread but just finished Tell Me Your Secrets it's a little dark but very good
 

wingy

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I'm watching Paris 1919 a representation in docu style of the peac talks after WW1.

Found this afterwards not sure if you can access content but there looks to be some interesting intent, old footage from a series of short filmed pieces at the bottom of the page on this site.
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The film is available on YT.
 

stay_up_skyblues

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Just finished Behind Her Eyes which was great. Also watched Antebellum on Friday and thought it was was pretty good.... Westworld meets Handmaids Tale. And would recommend Seaspiracy for a documentary, even though it does seem a bit light on sources to back up a some of the claims/stats.
 
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skyblue1991

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Not sure of the format of the show he is presenting but good to see Vernon Kay back on TV again. Hard done by a stupid text from 11 years ago

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Otis

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Now I know that is a trilogy.

Are there really three High School Musical films?
 

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Does anyone have a film or set of films (e.g. a trilogy) that they could watch over and over and not get bored?

For me it's Back to the Future, I've lost count how many times I've watched the trilogy in the past 12 months!

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Does anyone have a film or set of films (e.g. a trilogy) that they could watch over and over and not get bored?

For me it's Back to the Future, I've lost count how many times I've watched the trilogy in the past 12 months!

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Totally agree.

Could watch Back to Future again and again and again.
 
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clint van damme

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Does anyone have a film or set of films (e.g. a trilogy) that they could watch over and over and not get bored?

For me it's Back to the Future, I've lost count how many times I've watched the trilogy in the past 12 months!

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Godfather. Though maybe not part 3.
 
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stay_up_skyblues

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Creation Stories, the film about Alan McGee (Oasis’ manager and owner of Creation Records) is on Sky Cinema. Great film if you were into your 90s indie/rock.

Look out for half the cast of This is England.
 

clint van damme

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Creation Stories, the film about Alan McGee (Oasis’ manager and owner of Creation Records) is on Sky Cinema. Great film if you were into your 90s indie/rock.

Look out for half the cast of This is England.
I was really looking forward to this but was a little bit disappointed to be honest.
 

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About to watch godzilla v Kong, will let you know
 

Sbarcher

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Just watched Nomadland. If that won the BAFTA best picture, there must be some crap around this year (no doubt curtailed due to CovCity19)
 
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