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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:23 pm 
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I commend to the house (if you can get it) 'Staged'....Michael Sheen and David Tennant doing 15 minute Zoom calls to each other during the first lock down last spring.

I thought it was hilarious, just 6 episodes (each 15 minutes long).....the titles and the credits to the show are also funny, so watch out for those.

I've just started watching 'The Watch' too, if you can forget Discworld/Pratchett and just take it on it's own merits it's not as bad as a lot of the reviews are making out.

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Finished The Kominsky Method, moved on to Grace & Frankie. Planning on starting Bridgerton shortly.

Michael Sheen looks positively insane with his crazy lockdown hairdo. :lol:

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The second series is pretty pale though (I'm 6 episodes into a series of 8), I wouldn't bother with it.

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I'm binge watching Nashville on Amazon Prime.


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Black Sails on Hulu. I managed to make it through school without ever having to read Treasure Island, so perhaps I will give that a read after watching this.


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Bridgerton is done (meh) and we're watching WandaVision, as well as watching the new All Creatures Great And Small (while simultaneously watching the old one).

MrsCO has decided she wants to watch all the MCU movies, so that's our Friday and Saturday nights spoken for for the next three years. :lol: I didn't like them all that much the first time around!

We're also watching Resident Alien on SyFy and Miss Scarlet And The Duke on PBS.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2021 8:54 pm 
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^^We did a pandemic MCU rewatch in 2020, it was kinda fun!

Will you be rewatching them in chronological or release order?


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I've just finished watching 'Strange Angel', only 2 series, last one in 2019. Really interesting, it's based on the true story of Jack Parsons who was one of the founders of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a Devil worshiper! So all about the early days of rocketry and the use of sex magick....as you do :)

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Will you be rewatching them in chronological or release order?
We're watching them in release order. We're up to the first Avengers movie, that's tomorrow night.

All I can say is, I hated the Iron Man movies when they first came out, and time has done nothing to soften that feeling. Thor was just a confusing mush of very little action and very little plot (c'mon...you gotta have at least one or the other!). Captain America was the most watchable. The single best thing out of all of them so far...Sam Rockwell.

Started watching 1990's Brit drama Doctor Finlay last night. That lead actor is pretty...intense. He's the type to say good morning with the same energy he uses when he screams at the sky after a patient dies. :lol:

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All I can say is, I hated the Iron Man movies when they first came out, and time has done nothing to soften that feeling. Thor was just a confusing mush of very little action and very little plot (c'mon...you gotta have at least one or the other!).
Iron Man 1 was great. 2 and 3 not so much.

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