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    Manhunt: Unabomber
    - Series is well done, binge watched it in 3 days. I lived in California in the late 80s early 90s and this was pretty big story out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ekrekel View Post

    Manhunt: Unabomber
    - Series is well done, binge watched it in 3 days. I lived in California in the late 80s early 90s and this was pretty big story out there.
    Very cool thanks for the recommendation. I only found out about this by accident two days ago because I saw (via Spotify) that the excellent main theme was done by Atticus Ross & Nick Chuba!

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    Documentary "What the Health". I am not buying all of it (cured after 2 weeks of vegan food), but worth the time. I alredy feel guilty sometime when eating meat, so, maybe...?

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    Took me way too long to finally see this film. I have to say some of the greatest choreographed fight sequences I’ve ever seen.


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    So I'm trying YouTube Red. And I've been watching Good Game, which is kinda like (if I had to sell it) Community but about eSports. I don't really care for eSports myself, but it's hilarious, in the same way Blue Mountain State is about football and my disinterest in football doesn't stop me from enjoying it anyway. I think you can still get a three month free trial if you're curious, but you get other little perks like no ads on YouTube anymore. Not sure if I'll keep paying for it after the trial is up, but so far it's alright.

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    "Better Things" on FX is a superb piece of TV. Pam Adlon was great on Louie but this show blows that away. The last episode was a real heart stabber as anyone who's a parent especially a mom.

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    Documentary "Hired Gun" (2016), contains also Richard Patrick (Filter) about NIN:
    And he's like, he looked at me and he went, "Get off your butt, and go write a record." So... I did.

    Also, I discovered (surprise) YouTube contains some really good stuff, e.g. channels The 8-bit Guy, Nostalgia Nerd, or Kurzgesagt (optimistic nihilism, anyone?) are amazing.

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    Transformers The Last Knight was unbelievably terrible. Holy shit.

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    I really liked it


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    Deathgasm was so much fun. super gross but in an entertaining way. Medina was, by far, the best character, which was really refreshing for a movie that could have been super misogynistic.

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    We saw Happy Death Day today. I really love that movie. I wanna see it again.

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    The Good Place is so good it's ridiculous. my wife and i started season 1 on tuesday night, finished it on saturday, and then watched all four episodes of season 2 yesterday. now i'm going through withdrawals.

    also, if you're going to watch it, go in with as little info as possible. it'll make it way more fun and interesting.

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    Red Dwarf series XXII, pretty good still. :-)

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    People of Earth. I love this show. Perfect blend of awkward personalities and no shitty laugh track. Bonus points for having H Jon Benjamin.

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    If you have not watched this already, you need to get to it. Seriously.

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    Seconded. I personally feel like so far (I'm on episode 6), the show's improved in nearly every way with season.

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    The dingo really ate the baby. Poor little girl...

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    finally watched Get Out yesterday and it was truly fantastic. i literally have zero complaints about it as a film or a piece of social commentary.

    i've seen people say it was "too predictable" but i honestly don't think it was predictable at all. every time i thought i had figured it out, it changed up on me and i was left with my mouth agape.

    i liked it so much that i already want to watch it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    finally watched Get Out yesterday and it was truly fantastic. i literally have zero complaints about it as a film or a piece of social commentary.

    i've seen people say it was "too predictable" but i honestly don't think it was predictable at all. every time i thought i had figured it out, it changed up on me and i was left with my mouth agape.

    i liked it so much that i already want to watch it again.
    This movie was fucking incredible. Probably the smartest movie I've seen in a long time, not to mention the funniest.

    You should definitely watch it a second time because there is a ton of stuff you'll notice that you missed the first time around, like when Spoiler: the dad takes Chris on the house tour and brings him into the kitchen and says something like "This was mom's favorite room, so we like to keep a piece of her here."

    I think when we got to the scene when Chris had to Spoiler: save himself by literally picking cotton, I was like "Holy shit, this movie is fucking genius."

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    Currently catching up on Hannibal and I was wondering which Bryan Fuller series I should watch next? Dead Like Me or Pushing Daisies?

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    About two months ago, I finally committed to watching Lost after years of telling myself I needed to, and false-starting on the pilot episode two or three different times. Last night I hit episode 10, and I'm really loving it so far, even if it suffers from the usual ham-fisted boundaries of cable TV. I can look past that if the story being told is good, and so far this has been really good..

    There are 121 episodes, plus a 12-minute epilogue. I watch an episode every Sunday evening and I've mapped it out so that I'll eventually arrive at the series finale sometime around New Year's Eve 2020.

    Didn't see a specific thread anywhere on ETS, which surprised me because I remember this show was a huge thing when it was on. One of the things I really enjoyed about the show OZ when I was watching it was that they weren't afraid to kill off main characters to keep the show riveting. A few people told me that I'd enjoy Lost then, because they wipe out a shitload of major characters during its run, too.

    Without spoiling anything, has anyone else seen this show in its entirety? Is it worth drawing out over the next two years of my life? Is it true that there are some pretty heavy deaths/moments during its run? I've heard that each season just gets weirder and weirder, with Season 5 seemingly the fan-favorite, based on what I've seen from other discussions. I know the finale is super-polarizing, as well.

    (Spoiler free) Thoughts?

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