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    Quote Originally Posted by Xville View Post
    Really enjoyed the queens gambit and the haunting of bly manor, both on netflix.bly manor is not everyone's cup of tea...it is in the realm of american horror story. Queens gambit was really enjoyable...young girl's mom is killed in a car wreck so with no one to watch her, she gets sent to an orphanage where she befriends the custodian who teaches her chess. I'll leave it at that. It's extremely enjoyable!
    My wife has been watching the Queen's Gambit. She started it without me, but I've caught some episodes I really enjoy and will go back to catch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xville View Post
    Queens gambit was really enjoyable...
    Agree. Was very well done.
    Looking forward to the next Goliath on Prime.
    ...he went up late, and I was already up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-man View Post
    It is pretty accurate. However a better film on the subject, IMHO, is "The Chicago Ten" (2007). Definitely worth a watch if you can find it.
    Good movie. The 7 are a bunch of pinkos tho...:).

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    Not exactly NetFlix (loved Bloodline, Ozark), but for those that miss Anthony Bourdain's shows, there is a poor man's version (without the culinary aspect) on YouTube.

    Bald and Bankrupt:


    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxD...Fvn0FDHT6kmoXA

    I've been watching this guy's channel sporadically throughout the current election craziness and pandemic. The host is multi-lingual (if uncertain, he tries), fearless, and makes a point to visit areas which ARE NOT tourists attractions (Europe, Asia, South America, etc). He also has a solid background in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Tufnel View Post
    The lines come at you so fast...there were references to Fletch, Night Court and Back To The Future.

    “Ronald Reagan? The actor?” Just so well written and acted. Apple TV currently has a free 7 day trial. So worth it to take advantage and watch Ted Lasso.
    I enjoyed Ted Lasso so much thanks!

    I also loved the Allen Iverson “practice” rant. I went back and watched the iverson press conference and I laughed so hard. Well done indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Braun View Post
    I enjoyed Ted Lasso so much thanks!
    Apple has already renewed Ted Lasso for two more seasons.


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    Watched The Dirt last night...it is the biopic on Motley Crue. If you are a big Motley Crue Fan, I bet you will love it. I'm not a huge fan of theirs but do like a few of their songs. I wouldn't say the movie digs deep...it kinda just sits there on the surface of sex, drugs and rock n roll, but it was entertaining. Worth a watch.

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