Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 1 Sep 2017.
I enjoyed it. The Flint thing is some scandal. Nothing done about it.
Just watched the first part of the new Jackson doc, Leaving Neverland.
Not sure if I can do part 2 tonight as the full 4hrs will just leave me drained.
Two things, Jackson was a seriously sick twisted man, I believe the accusers here 100%.
And, even though they only interview the accusers mothers, they both should be in jail for child endangerment for what they allowed.
Basking in the reflected glory of Jackson wanting to be 'friends' with their children.
What kind of parent lets their 7 y/o son stay with a grown man alone for 5 days when they barely know him??
Made by HBO so its a quality show, but, fuck is it hard to watch.
Shocking when they diverted clean water to the car factory but not the people, as the water was so impure it was damaging the cars...
Let the poor folk drink it though.
You could see the disgust when Obama breezed in and let them down.
His face when he goes to take a sip
I watched the film 'Life' on Netflix the other night and it was alright for a good old fashioned space-based horror flick.
Just started watching world war 2 in colour on the netflix.
Lights Out on prime is a really decent horror film.
No messing about, a couple of decent chilling moments and a proper ending with no sequel bait.
Lights Out (2016) - IMDb
Its this, turned into a full length film.
Should I watch that short one if I intend on watching the full length version?
Yeah, gives nothing away story wise for the film.
Just the lights out premise.
The short is feking creepy anyway.
Maria Bello. I just think of a 'History of Violence' every time I see her. Great film that.
Aw man that was tense, not sure if I could endure a full film of that
Works really well doesn't it?
Clever story line to the film in the way it integrates the concept.
Enjoyed it, decent cast as well.
Any body seen this? Escape at Dannemora (TV Mini-Series 2018– ) - IMDb
Blooming brilliant. True story. Directed by Ben Stiller who does an excellent job. Benecio Del Toro who is fantastic. Paul Dano the priest from 'There Will Be Blood' and the film 'Prisoners'. Also Patricia Arquette 'Alabama from True Romance' You won't recognise her. Some other well know actors. Even Michael Imperiolli pops up. Really well shot, well scripted and good soundtrack. A solid 8 from 10 is this. All day long.
Can confirm. Very well done series.
Deadwood Season 1 complete. Magnificent. I will take a 2 week hiatus now. This is my next thing. Then back to Deadwood.
The Night Of (TV Mini-Series 2016) - IMDb
Edit - I don't believe I've ever seen John Turturro in any thing crap. Maybe Men in Black 2 or transformers was it. Everything else. Solid.
Oh yeah, I saw that a while back. Pretty good it was
I been watching tons of Tele me lately. Staying up late. Enjoying it but a bit too much I think. Ol man @TDA tipped me off about leaving some gaps between smashing a whole set in. Paying dividends. I did Escape at Dannemor quickly though. I think you need to let them fester a bit. Get the best out of them. That's why old tele had it's charm. You'd think all week amongst other things about what's coming next.
Final series of Game of Thrones coming up in a few weeks, you catch any of that?
I have seen up to the end of season 4 so there is miles left in that tank. I went too rogue trying to watch too much of everything and some just fell by the way. I tend to watch things twice as well if they are well edited or directed because I enjoy the craft. Reckon I've hit the sweet spot now though with how many plates I can spin at once.