Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Colonel Cardiffi, 1 Sep 2017.
It’s for teenagers. My daughters watch it.
Mrs Joe has taken to watching Dead to Me on NeItflix. I'm trying to get into it with her so we have something to watch together but it's not easy. I'd quite like the 2 lead characters to lez off but that's about it at the moment.
Half way through season two here.
Started off ok, she’s still enjoying it, I’m at the I’ll watch it but will muck about on my phone at the same time stage.
The main character in her younger days on married with children
Me and mrs nuggles are on season 2 of Suits.
Fuck me that's a good show
Me and my Mrs started it and got near the end of the first season, but drifted n to better things. We have been meaning to go back to it, but not got around to it. In all fairness it was okay, if not a bit scatty. We just finished Outlander (which I thought was good) so there is a good chance we will revisit Dead to me soon.
Just had a notification about this new docuseries which looks very good:
History 101 | Netflix Official Site - https://www.netflix.com/title/81116168?s=a&trkid=13747225&t=cp
I've watched one episode. Does what it says on the tin and a bit American focussed. Seems to be a decent introduction to the subject and issues but no real analysis or insight. Not unduly long so I'll watch more.
Not sure if it’s been mentioned on here yet but I’ve just watched the first few episodes of White Lines on Netflix (on account of it being number one on the uk at the moment)
Enjoyably shite would be my summary so far. Terrible acting, massive plot holes, random orgies, accents that change mid sentence, hilarious ‘baddies’.....
If you can switch off reality and just enjoy it for what it is then go for it. If you want realism and suspense then don’t bother.
Netflix has a new 10 episode comedy called Space Force starring Steve Carell and John Malkovich, it's not bad, worth a watch 7.5/10
Anything related to Space Force has an element of comedy value
After watching the final episode of Space Force I'm revising my score down to 7/10.
It's not that it's bad, it just has daft moments and I just had higher expectations for a Steve Carell/Greg Daniels comedy.
The first few minutes I was thinking it might be something special but found my attention drifting 15 minutes in. Seems to have potential and 7 out of 10 isn't bad especially as I'm in danger of completing Netflix (well the things I want to watch) so I'll stick with it
It's an ok show if you manage your expectations. Malkovich is good in everything.
Anyone watched the new Jeffrey Epstein documentary on Netflix yet?
Netflix has been pitching it to me all week so finally I clicked on it and the first thing that pops up is a warning saying something like "Warning: This documentary contains graphic descriptions of child abuse" and I just thought, 'nah I don't need that' and I watched something else.
I don't blame you, not sure anyone needs to hear that, I thought it might be more naming names than giving details
Halfway through it right now.
I’ll give my expert opinion tomorrow once it’s finished.
Not to spoil it for you but he kills himself in the end.
No foul play involved.
Does he though?
Maybe they’ll leave it open for a second series?