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Old 02-07-2013, 09:34 PM   #741
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I just finished "Rescue Me" 7 seasons worth watching if you haven't yet. I just started "breakout kings" its pretty cool so far.
I just finished all seven seasons of Rescue Me as well.

What a great show. I can't believe I never heard of it before.

I came across it after I got into American Horror Story. Season's 1 and 2 were both great as well. Season 1 is available on NetFlix.

 
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:06 AM   #742
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El Diablo? You mean El Mariachi? Maybe I'm thinking of a different series?
I am losing it.

Mariachi it is!

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Old 02-08-2013, 04:00 PM   #743
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I am losing it.

Mariachi it is!
It's a pretty good movie. Launched Robert Rodriguez's career.
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:21 PM   #744
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Another couple of films yesterday:

First I watched Limitless which is a vaguely SF film with Bradley Cooper where he basically starts taking some drug to make himself smarter. Overall I thought it was decent, although for a supposed smart guy he did some really stupid things IMO.

After that I watched Christopher Nolan's freshman film, Following...which is about an aspiring writer who would randomly follow people that ends up getting caught up in some nefarious activities. He makes rather extensive use of flashbacks/flash forwards in the film without much to give you a sense of order, so that you end up having to work out for yourself in what order things are happening. I suppose one could compare it to Memento in that sense, although I felt Memento was way more structured. Overall a good film, although you can tell it's an early, low-budget work.

 
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Has anyone watched "Tomorrow When the War Began" it looks like an Austrailan version of Red Dawn.

 
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Has anyone watched "Tomorrow When the War Began" it looks like an Austrailan version of Red Dawm,
Wondered about that one too.

 
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Wondered about that one too.
I'm watching it now as I work and so far not too bad.

Edit: It was just okay, It's is like Red Dawn without the action, well very little at the end.

 
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:39 AM   #748
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Sorry for jumping in so late but has anyone seen the Netflix produced series "House of Cards"? Not sure if I'm digging it. Just boring with superficial drama injected sporadically throughout like the first time you use a syringe to season a Turkey....

The series I really got into was CHOSEN on Crackle and a Crackle Original. The first season was only six episodes but they were pretty intense!!!
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Old 02-09-2013, 01:20 PM   #749
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[QUOTE="LutzBrauerei"]Sorry for jumping in so late but has anyone seen the Netflix produced series "House of Cards"? Not sure if I'm digging it. Just boring with superficial drama injected sporadically throughout like the first time you use a syringe to season a Turkey....

If you like political dramas I don't see how you can't love house of cards. I watched all 13 episodes over the course of 4 days. They are making season 2 soon so overall it must be considered a hit.

 
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Sorry for jumping in so late but has anyone seen the Netflix produced series "House of Cards"? Not sure if I'm digging it. Just boring with superficial drama injected sporadically throughout like the first time you use a syringe to season a Turkey....

The series I really got into was CHOSEN on Crackle and a Crackle Original. The first season was only six episodes but they were pretty intense!!!
Chosen (Crackle not NETFLIX) looks good, glad you mentioned it! Can you speak to any of crackle's other original content?

 
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