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« Reply #690 on: April 08, 2022, 01:26:27 AM »

Enjoying Bridgerton after being traumatized by Outlander.

Bridgerton is SO fun!!!

It is, and I LOVE the music and also the integrated races. There is much clever about it.
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« Reply #691 on: April 08, 2022, 02:51:18 AM »

I don't even notice that, I am just so caught up in the stories. Benedict and Eloise are just the best siblings.
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« Reply #692 on: April 08, 2022, 01:12:41 PM »

I just had finished Gilmore Girls, including A Year in the Life, and I don't know what to do with my life  Tongue
I def want more, I want to see Rory raising up her daughter (yes, it has to be a girl) and I cannot get enough!!!!

I'm not ready to start a new series yet!
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« Reply #693 on: April 09, 2022, 12:08:19 AM »

can anyone recommend a good crime thriller whodunnit Nordic series to me please?

I've watched Borgen eagle and bridge and would love to watch more like them. borgen was fantastik. waiting for next episode release.

thx

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« Reply #694 on: April 09, 2022, 04:38:22 PM »

can anyone recommend a good crime thriller whodunnit Nordic series to me please?

I've watched Borgen eagle and bridge and would love to watch more like them. borgen was fantastik. waiting for next episode release.

thx

G Smiley

I remember that I liked Trapped (Icelandic) and also the Arne Dahl series.
But for a time I watched something every week so now I do not remember names. I will try.
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« Reply #695 on: April 09, 2022, 09:00:27 PM »

Non- serious but when Iím down or just canít think what I want to watch- itís Futurama on Hulu.
Iím glad Hulu is making a new season.

I love overseas shows though
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« Reply #696 on: April 09, 2022, 10:24:42 PM »

Finished season 5 of The Last Kingdom which is unfortunately the last but it was so good! Loved it and they understood how to make a final season epic unlike GOT and TWD. There is a movie to come and then it will be done.  Cry

Catching up on Outlander now. Season 5 was so long ago (Covid delay) that I am rewatching it before starting Season 6 to refresh my memory.

We also started Valhalla on Netflix. Pretty good so far.

I like historical type shows in case you canít tell.

Bridgerton was not for me though unfortunately.
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« Reply #697 on: November 20, 2023, 09:17:38 AM »

Last weekend I happened to read a reference to the Netflix series The Romanov's in a magazine for history teachers (in how this could be used in history lessons at school). I am not at all in the education and history world, but I do find history interesting. My boyfriend and I immediately looked it up on Netflix. We ended up watching about 3 episodes. Interesting, but I don't really know what to think about the display yet. It jumps back and forth between Nicholas II and Alexandra from 1894 to 1917; Ana Anderson in Berlin (visited by a former tutor of the Romanov children) and historians and relatives commenting on the events. Which is sometimes confusing. But you also learn from it. Things come up that we don't know or don't know enough about, and we often look them up online.
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« Reply #698 on: November 20, 2023, 10:54:17 AM »

One of the best series I have seen in years, not so new but perfectly made, great actors too

I highly recommend this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3r-8CKpJ-c
https://www.theguardian.c...e-danish-inheritance-saga
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« Reply #699 on: January 02, 2024, 11:09:13 PM »

Anybody else make it through ``Saltburn,'' Emerald Fennell's new film now streaming on Amazon.com? Wow! A few friends thought this was going to be a ``Downton Abbey''-type film to watch with the family over Christmas.   NO WAY!!!!

I have to say it's a brilliant film, perfectly cast and acted, and the cinematography is breathtaking. What Fennell has her DP do with light is just amazing.  And I guess it is on some levels a classic eat-the-rich Gothic horror.  I'm glad I was watching it by myself. There was one scene involving a bathtub when I just had to look away from the screen.

The film was shot in Drayton House, which is one of those fabulous piles of stone that date back to the medieval era, with some rather unsympathetic updates by 18th and 19th century architectures. Somehow I don't think it will ever draw fans the way Highclere Castle has.  Or maybe not the same kind of fans. What did you think of the film?
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« Reply #700 on: January 03, 2024, 12:01:56 AM »

Anybody else make it through ``Saltburn,'' Emerald Fennell's new film now streaming on Amazon.com? Wow! A few friends thought this was going to be a ``Downton Abbey''-type film to watch with the family over Christmas.   NO WAY!!!!

I have to say it's a brilliant film, perfectly cast and acted, and the cinematography is breathtaking. What Fennell has her DP do with light is just amazing.  And I guess it is on some levels a classic eat-the-rich Gothic horror.  I'm glad I was watching it by myself. There was one scene involving a bathtub when I just had to look away from the screen.

The film was shot in Drayton House, which is one of those fabulous piles of stone that date back to the medieval era, with some rather unsympathetic updates by 18th and 19th century architectures. Somehow I don't think it will ever draw fans the way Highclere Castle has.  Or maybe not the same kind of fans. What did you think of the film?

I didn't realize it was on Amazon so I'll have to check it out!
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« Reply #701 on: January 03, 2024, 11:43:44 AM »

The DM says there's a new season of What We Do in the Shadows!  And RuPaul's latest show starts Friday.  I'm so glad!
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« Reply #702 on: January 04, 2024, 03:02:26 AM »

Weíve recently been completely taken over by Yellowstone. Having gotten to the end of what has been released, we are ready to do the prequels .
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« Reply #703 on: January 05, 2024, 05:14:54 AM »

Anybody else make it through ``Saltburn,'' Emerald Fennell's new film now streaming on Amazon.com? Wow! A few friends thought this was going to be a ``Downton Abbey''-type film to watch with the family over Christmas.   NO WAY!!!!

I have to say it's a brilliant film, perfectly cast and acted, and the cinematography is breathtaking. What Fennell has her DP do with light is just amazing.  And I guess it is on some levels a classic eat-the-rich Gothic horror.  I'm glad I was watching it by myself. There was one scene involving a bathtub when I just had to look away from the screen.

The film was shot in Drayton House, which is one of those fabulous piles of stone that date back to the medieval era, with some rather unsympathetic updates by 18th and 19th century architectures. Somehow I don't think it will ever draw fans the way Highclere Castle has.  Or maybe not the same kind of fans. What did you think of the film?

watched it on your recommendation. Wow what a beautiful house.
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« Reply #704 on: January 05, 2024, 05:15:19 AM »

Anybody else make it through ``Saltburn,'' Emerald Fennell's new film now streaming on Amazon.com? Wow! A few friends thought this was going to be a ``Downton Abbey''-type film to watch with the family over Christmas.   NO WAY!!!!

I have to say it's a brilliant film, perfectly cast and acted, and the cinematography is breathtaking. What Fennell has her DP do with light is just amazing.  And I guess it is on some levels a classic eat-the-rich Gothic horror.  I'm glad I was watching it by myself. There was one scene involving a bathtub when I just had to look away from the screen.

The film was shot in Drayton House, which is one of those fabulous piles of stone that date back to the medieval era, with some rather unsympathetic updates by 18th and 19th century architectures. Somehow I don't think it will ever draw fans the way Highclere Castle has.  Or maybe not the same kind of fans. What did you think of the film?
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