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  • Tess
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    Hahaha Ellie!

    Beemer, YouTube can be addictive, you start off with an interesting watch and then you end up 2 hours later on something so strange that you don't even know how you got there lol.

    I'm pretty sure we ended up watching a video the other day of a guy who made an assault course in his back garden for squirrels and if they made it to the end they got some walnuts. I feel so much wiser now haha!

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  • Ellie
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    Originally posted by Beemer View Post
    I tend to watch what her indoors watches, maybe cos I cant fight her for the remote anymore
    If TV remotes were meant to be in men's hands, the buttons would be bigger 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Beemer
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    I tend to watch what her indoors watches, maybe cos I cant fight her for the remote anymore but I love watching YouTube, such a variety of whatever floats your boat.

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  • Doug Carpenter
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    Many thanks Tess.

    All is now clear!

    I think I'd need to buy a much newer telly to be able to put applications on it. Sound good though.

    If you can stomach the extensive realistic combat violence, another ultimately good-guy-wins film is Hacksaw Ridge.

    Doug x

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  • Tess
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    Hi Doug,

    Netflix is basically an application that you can have on your TV or laptop and is a library of hundreds of movies or TV series. It doesn't contain every movie out there but a good selection. It has come in handy during covid where at the flick of a few buttons you can search and watch a good movie. I think it's 8 or 9 pounds a month, however with the amount we've been using it... certainly worth it! Not a sales woman I promise, just addicted to a good crime documentary
    I've not seen that one before but will look it up! Love a different accent.

    Tess x

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  • Barry52
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    Very strange. When I first looked at this thread it came up in reverse date order but when I checked a second time it was correct.

    barry (annoyed no auto caps)

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  • Doug Carpenter
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    I admit to not really knowing what Netflix is. But if you're into feel-good films, may I suggest Shirley Valentine - and not just because of the fabulous scouse accents.

    Doug

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  • Tess
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    Ellie it was one of those situation where he was quite against watching the first Mamma Mia and then I think he secretly enjoyed it and to be nice (but really he didn't mind), he suggested watching the 2nd one. Cheesy beyond belief, but sometimes we need a good bit of cheese.

    As if MND wasn't heavy enough I went through a bit of a war movie phase these last few weeks too. But what I love about those, is all the different stories told from different perspectives. I watched The Imitation Game, Mrs Henderson Presents, The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, Unbroken, The Pianist, Pearl Harbour....there are far too many. We've just started watching The Man in the High Castle on Amazon prime which one episode in and there has been a twist (got to love a twist).

    Debs, I've not heard of Anne with an E, will check it out. Yes, great show, I think a new season of Line of Duty is due out soon, however with Covid I'm not sure if there will be any delays.

    Matthew I need to start the American Horror Story but worried what level of horror this will be. Saw it was the same director as 'Hollywood' on Netflix though, so keen to give them a try.

    Tess x

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  • matthew55
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    And if you haven't seen Spooks I am so jealous, or in the local venaculer so Salty! )

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  • matthew55
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    Two more American Horror Story and Gotham. Both have great actors, great script and amazing visual impact. x

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  • Deb
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    Thanks for starting this thread Tess. I'm going to try some of these suggestions.

    I've been really sad and just watched Downton Abbey in it's entirity including the film. In my defence I used to watch it on a Sunday when I was busy so I only half watched it the first time round. I've also watched Anne with an E on Netflix which is really lightweight but I loved it . My husband watched it too. I know he'll claim he wasnt watching but he did that with the crown.

    We're going to try the split tonight and maybe rewatch Line of duty.
    Love Debbie x

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  • Ellie
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    Thanks for those, guys!

    I'd forgotten about The Americans - that's now on the list, thanks Matthew.

    Tess, how brave are you to suggest Mamma Mia to your partner The first one was bad enough for me

    Enjoy.

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  • matthew55
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    Hey guys, try The Americans, Quantico and Humans. Binge heaven.vx

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  • Tess
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    Ooo we've not seen the Kominsky method, I'll need to add this to the list.

    We have seen Ozark, Breaking bad, the sinner (I call it creepy crime) and the Stranger, it's almost embarrassing how much we have binge watched during covid.
    BBC iPlayer have had a few good crime investigation ones some older and some newer: Unforgotten, the Split, Capture, the Nest, Line of Duty of course and the Bodyguard was brilliant when that came out (waiting for season 2). All binge worthy I'd say.

    The recent ones we've been watching is Hunters (Amazon prime), Snowpiercer and Hollywood (Netflix), all decent and quite different from one another

    In all honesty i think we'll be onto movies soon. Maybe a bit of mamma Mia 2 this weekend haha. He laughed at me when I suggested watching the first one and then caught him humming the tunes the next few days. Was golden.

    Tess x

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  • Ellie
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    Ooh, thanks Tess. I'd love some suggestions too!!

    We are almost finished watching Ozark on Netflix and are really enjoying it. I'd describe it as the Breaking Bad equivalent of the money laundering business, with the 'baddie' as likeable as Walter White - of course if you've not seen Breaking Bad, that comparison will be meaningless, but there's another recommendation for you

    We also watched The Stranger, The Sinner, The Crown (with my daughter as hubby sneered at it ) old Line of Duty series (all good enough to rewatch) but IDK what's next to watch...

    Completely at the other end of the scale is Grace & Frankie and The Kominsky Method, both Netflix. I particularly enjoyed Grace & Frankie for a guaranteed laugh and they're only 30mins or so an episode.

    If you've Sky Boxsets, Succession is quite good. Gangs of London was entertaining, if a bit OTT in violence at times.

    If I come across more I'll try to remember to post the details! What are you watching?

    Take care.

    Love Ellie.

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