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RE: Netflix Thread - Mr Finish - 08-15-2015 09:41 PM

I would also highly recommend Magic City.
It has the mad men type style and era, with more controversy, nude babes, and everything, all on a beach in miami.


RE: Netflix Thread - Onto - 08-15-2015 09:58 PM

(08-15-2015 09:41 PM)Mr Finish Wrote:  I would also highly recommend Magic City.
It has the mad men type style and era, with more controversy, nude babes, and everything, all on a beach in miami.

I got into this also. Was bummed it never went past the second season.


RE: Netflix Thread - Brodiaga - 01-18-2016 07:01 PM

Two films I would highly recommend, particularly to guys who travel to Asia.

The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086617/

An Australian reporter, played by Mel Gibson, moves to Jakarta, Indonesia for work. He puts himself in danger during the rule of President Sukhano. The movie is mostly about expats in Indonesia, yet it is very interesting to see what the country was like a few decades ago.

The Quiet American (2002)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0258068/

A movie about an old British reporter and a younger American doctor. The doctor falls in love with the young Vietnamese woman who is the British reporter's lover.

I believe this move was influenced by The Year of Living Dangerously to some extent. It is also based on a well known book which I haven't read yet.


RE: Netflix Thread - cascadecombo - 01-18-2016 08:59 PM

I just finished marco polo and peaky blinders.

Both are well worth watching.


RE: Netflix Thread - Onto - 03-27-2016 11:03 AM

The Korean movies keep coming through in Spades.

This one is great and the girl is fine as hell.

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This one was really good, just a little slow at times. That said it made me cheer and cry. So when a movie can do that it's worth the watch.

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RE: Netflix Thread - Huey - 03-27-2016 12:02 PM

If you guys haven't watched Anthony Jeselnik's Thoughts and Prayers yet you're missing out.


RE: Netflix Thread - Off The Reservation - 07-17-2016 07:43 PM

The Big Short

outstanding film, on netflix now.


RE: Netflix Thread - Windom Earle - 07-17-2016 09:07 PM

Absolute must see - Stranger Things. TV series that has just been released.

Think Stephen King / John Carpenter / Steven Spielberg.

If you grew up in the 80's, you'll especially get into it.


RE: Netflix Thread - HermeticAlly - 07-17-2016 09:14 PM

I'm four episodes into Stranger Things, totally hooked. I love this kind of paranormal/conspiracy/horror stuff, wish there were more shows along these lines out there.


RE: Netflix Thread - Easy_C - 07-18-2016 04:38 AM

At all like supernatural?

The first few seasons of that werent too bad. A good "road trip" atmosphere and lead characters who are about as far from emasculated pussies as you can get.


RE: Netflix Thread - freeuser - 07-18-2016 10:01 AM

(07-17-2016 09:07 PM)Windom Earle Wrote:  Absolute must see - Stranger Things. TV series that has just been released.

Think Stephen King / John Carpenter / Steven Spielberg.

If you grew up in the 80's, you'll especially get into it.

I love it! Great nostalgic trip to the 80s. Man, you truly realize how shity the present is. With islamic terrorism, identity politics, PC bullshit, social media whoring... It used to be much better a few decades ago. Things were much simpler.


RE: Netflix Thread - HermeticAlly - 07-18-2016 05:48 PM

Finished watching the show today - very impressed with it from start to finish. Well plotted, well acted, and I loved the blend of influences from the best of the 80s. Also, what a delight it is to watch a show that doesn't have any preachy SJW agenda or political correctness in it.


RE: Netflix Thread - Windom Earle - 07-18-2016 06:38 PM

I finished it last night too. Agreed, solid throughout the 8 episodes. Impressive acting by all too (especially El who says so much in her expressions with so little lines). Those Duffy Bros know their 80's cinema back to front. Keen for season 2.


RE: Netflix Thread - HonantheBarbarian - 07-18-2016 09:19 PM

The only thing that depresses me is how old Wynona looks now.

She was/is my childhood crush. Ill never forget those tits bouncing down the stairs in Dracula.


RE: Netflix Thread - Hell_Is_Like_Newark - 07-19-2016 05:59 AM

(07-18-2016 10:01 AM)freeuser Wrote:  I love it! Great nostalgic trip to the 80s. Man, you truly realize how shity the present is. With islamic terrorism, identity politics, PC bullshit, social media whoring... It used to be much better a few decades ago. Things were much simpler.

I watched the 1st episode last night. In 1983 I was about the same age as the four kids in the show. I was commenting on my wife how they captured stuff that you don't see anymore...

i.e. Kids riding bikes.. no helmets... and at night without the parents being the least concerned. You just had to be home at a certain hour. *

Adding the music, clothing, and even the opening credits... the show is sort of an '80s immersion act. For younger people this might be annoying. For middle-aged SOBs like me, it is kind of fun.

* My brother some years back moved to a gated community in Florida. He chose it because the demographics showed that the neighborhood had lots of kids. He was hoping his own kids could 'go out and play' with the neighbors kids.

Not a chance. Turns out, no kids played independently. In order to spend time with kids their own age outside of school, my brother had to sign up his kids for sorts of structured activities.


RE: Netflix Thread - Baphomet - 07-19-2016 08:00 AM

(07-18-2016 04:38 AM)Easy_C Wrote:  At all like supernatural?

The first few seasons of that werent too bad. A good "road trip" atmosphere and lead characters who are about as far from emasculated pussies as you can get.

I rarely watch any TV series. But for some reason I started Supernatural. Like you said, the first couple of seasons were not bad. Some good humor, decent stories, and the lead characters had good chemistry.

Then they started in with introducing SJW characters and the story lines got less and less palatable. When Felicia Day showed up, the downhill slide really accelerated.


RE: Netflix Thread - Cr33pin - 08-10-2016 01:57 PM

Well that settles that... I was going to ask which series I should start: Stranger Things, Peaky Blinders, Marco Polo (season 2) or Spartacus (my friends in the Phils highly recommended this)
However glancing over the post already in here then I settled on Stranger Things (I was already leaning towards it, having grown up in the 80s I love anything that revolves around that decade)

I downloaded season 4 of Hell on Wheels since its not on my Netflix here in the Ukraine but then I decided to just start something on Netflix cause its easier to watch from my Xbox then hooking my laptop up every time I wanna watch something I downloaded #FIRSTWORLDPROBLEMS

I finished season 4 of House of Cards last week... great show

Also Narcos season to starts September 2nd!!!!


RE: Netflix Thread - Vienna - 08-10-2016 03:01 PM

Recommending Last Chance U.

It's a documentary series about troubled but talented young college football players that get one last chance to make it big. Centered on a community college in the middle of nowhere in Mississippi where everything is about football.

Be on the lookout for the divorced single mom that just hit the wall, who works as a study counselor for the college. Her main mission is to make sure the youngs football studs make their grades in order to continue playing for the school. I get the feeling she's been banged out by every football player who's passed through the school.

Also interesting to get a glimpse into the life of athletes about to go big. Their mindset, discipline and worries. And the pussy being thrown at them 24/7.


RE: Netflix Thread - Monty_Brogan - 08-10-2016 04:23 PM

Burn Notice

I watched it here and there way back when I had cable. They have all 7 seasons, and it's good tv. Burned spy running amok in South Beach.


RE: Netflix Thread - TheSlayer - 08-10-2016 04:36 PM

I finished BoJack Horseman and Stranger Things over the last couple of weeks. Both are shows I would recommend. BoJack has a lot of red pill inconvenient truths sprinkled in. There are a couple of episodes where they do go full SJW-retard (one particular episode in season 3 where they go all in on "muh abortion rights") but other than that the series is very realistic I find.

Stranger things was also a pretty good show. I am not an 80s baby but I did get to fortunately experience some of the things depicted in the show - mainly hanging out with your friends without adult supervision and going out on your own even late at night.

Netflix's original content game is strong. They are losing a lot of content because every media company wants to start their own streaming service now (streaming online is becoming the new cable with many different "channels").


RE: Netflix Thread - Mr Finish - 08-10-2016 04:48 PM

The killer inside me
A controversial film due to some violence toward females.
Takes place in the 50's in Texas with Casey Affleck
Not a bad film


RE: Netflix Thread - Easy_C - 08-10-2016 05:02 PM

(07-19-2016 08:00 AM)Baphomet Wrote:  
(07-18-2016 04:38 AM)Easy_C Wrote:  At all like supernatural?

The first few seasons of that werent too bad. A good "road trip" atmosphere and lead characters who are about as far from emasculated pussies as you can get.

I rarely watch any TV series. But for some reason I started Supernatural. Like you said, the first couple of seasons were not bad. Some good humor, decent stories, and the lead characters had good chemistry.

Then they started in with introducing SJW characters and the story lines got less and less palatable. When Felicia Day showed up, the downhill slide really accelerated.

Yep sounds about right. For you or anyone else reading it, note that the show changed writers after season 5 and that's when it got stupid.


The early seasons were fairly good with masculine leads and even some subtle redpill.



Another note is that if you travel, make sure to check out your local netflix. They have a different selection of movies everywhere you go. In Europe it's a good way to see some big name American movies from last year without having to pay for the privilege.


RE: Netflix Thread - Cr33pin - 08-11-2016 07:11 AM

After watching 3 episodes of Stranger Things I'm like
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RE: Netflix Thread - Cr33pin - 08-15-2016 01:20 PM

Finished Stranger Things last night accidentally (I thought there were 10 episodes for some reason so I was confused after watching the 8th one...wondering what in the world the other 2 episodes were gonna be) All around excellent series, it didn't pull me in like a Breaking Bad or True Detective however it did everything well. From the casting, acting, music, setting, score, story... the vibe and 80s atmosphere was prefect. This series invoked a wide rang of emotions for me from nostalgia to sadness to fear to joy. Shows like this don't come around to often.
10/10 WB





I suppose tonight I will start on Peaky Blinders or maybe Last Chance U.


RE: Netflix Thread - Off The Reservation - 08-20-2016 10:44 PM

Man Up

One of the funniest movies I have ever seen...

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