Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by WhoseLineFan, Jul 16, 2016.
This is inspired by The last movie you watched was... (take one) thread.
"The Kettering Incident" followed by a rerun of "Russell Howard's Good News". I mention both because the first was a new show and the second is one I'd seen before.
Hmmm the Tv shows I've been DVRing lately and watch when I can are:
The Last Ship
Beyond The Tank
2 episodes of Stranger Things
Just started watching The West Wing, it has been recording on Sky forever, realised I had over 150 episodes.
Can't stop am on series two after a few days, my hard drive was filling and I nearly deleted the lot. So glad I did not.
C.J. has won my heart.
"All Saints", next either "The Bill" or another episode of "Russell Howard's Good News", depending on what's on my PVR.
Finished season 2 of Bloodline a few days ago. Is that considered a TV show?
Yes it is.
The Joy Of Painting
The Brady Bunch
Season four of "Wentworth". It's like "Orange is the New Black" on steroids with its hokey plot twists and soap opera switcheroos. Completely silly and unbelievable. Got to love the Freak---nothing like having an ex-Warden/psycho among the crew of women inmates. For the record, "Wentworth" existed way before "Black" and is a remake of an 80's soap opera drama.
I love me some bubbles.
Also watched "Persons Unknown" which, for me, was series unknown as I never saw it at the time (I was busy raising kids and stuck to what I was currently watching in the early naughts). Interesting premise and you can see where "Wayward Pines" and even "Lost" got elements of their shows which just continues to remind me that J.J. Abrams and M. Night are the great recyclers of our age...
The movie Monster.
I had forgotten it to a great deal.
Am still kind of recovering from it!
It's a very well acted movie (though I need to see how it was fictionalized exactly), but wow.
Pretty brutal to the senses (mine anyway), and an incredible portrait of someone so dangerously insane, so damaged.
I was watching this on a DVD I had not seen in years, long enough to forget what it was about exactly (not kidding), and it froze up at 1 hour and 9 minutes into it. I could not find the scratch, could not clean it to make it play in my player, or then on the computer. Thank goodness Amazon Prime had it. Almost seemed I wasn't going to see the end as it was having a delay loading there, a long delay.
Now to watch the documentary on Aileen Wuornos. Yikes...
I'm sorry, I see above me I posted about a movie, likely thinking that this was the thread about the last film I had seen.
Today the last show I have seen was The Twilight Zone.
It was an episode called "The Obsolete Man" - one with a spoken introduction by Rod Serling that is sadly timely now.
Managed to see 3 episodes of Supergirl last night.
Almost caught up with it.
The Curse of Oak Island is the last show I've watched.
I've got a couple of episodes of Expedition Unknown on tap for tonight.
Schitt's Creek. If you like Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, etc., you might like this. I'll watch anything that includes any of the old SCTV cast.
The Expanse season 2
I watched Sanford and Son earlier today. Great show.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Life In Pieces
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