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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dr Who
Star Wars
Star Trek
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings

Never watched a minute of any of them


Would be with you on all of the above apart from LotR. Had my appendix out and watched them one after other. Loved them. Except for that whiney little runt Frodo
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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Just noticed a whole load of old Dr Who episodes now available on iPlayer 1963-1996 

Jesus doctor who must be the worst tv ever produced. Only watched by men in their 50s who have never grown up. 

Yeah it so bad that it has earned the BBC an absolute fortune over the years and is still earning them money 

Havent watched it in years myself but may well take a look at some of the old  episodes i remember with Tom Baker or Jon Pertwee  - it was must see TV in its day 

Using that logic, Westlife are musical geniuses.  Some sh*te music and tv is popular as you well know. 

With the lads.  Star Trek, lord of the rings etc etc can go and sh*te.  

Haven’t watch the new series on Netflix called bodies because I heard it was sci fi. 
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Just noticed a whole load of old Dr Who episodes now available on iPlayer 1963-1996 

Jesus doctor who must be the worst tv ever produced. Only watched by men in their 50s who have never grown up. 

Yeah it so bad that it has earned the BBC an absolute fortune over the years and is still earning them money 

Havent watched it in years myself but may well take a look at some of the old  episodes i remember with Tom Baker or Jon Pertwee  - it was must see TV in its day 

Using that logic, Westlife are musical geniuses.  Some sh*te music and tv is popular as you well know. 

With the lads.  Star Trek, lord of the rings etc etc can go and sh*te.  

Haven’t watch the new series on Netflix called bodies because I heard it was sci fi. 

Given how much Dr who influenced what came after and it’s worldwide appeal it is safe to say it’s not the tv equivalent of westlife 
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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Just noticed a whole load of old Dr Who episodes now available on iPlayer 1963-1996 

Jesus doctor who must be the worst tv ever produced. Only watched by men in their 50s who have never grown up. 

Yeah it so bad that it has earned the BBC an absolute fortune over the years and is still earning them money 

Havent watched it in years myself but may well take a look at some of the old  episodes i remember with Tom Baker or Jon Pertwee  - it was must see TV in its day 

Using that logic, Westlife are musical geniuses.  Some sh*te music and tv is popular as you well know. 

With the lads.  Star Trek, lord of the rings etc etc can go and sh*te.  

Haven’t watch the new series on Netflix called bodies because I heard it was sci fi. 

Given how much Dr who influenced what came after and it’s worldwide appeal it is safe to say it’s not the tv equivalent of westlife 

If sh*te influences sh*te it’s still sh*te 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dr Who
Star Wars
Star Trek
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings

Never watched a minute of any of them


Star Wars and the Lord of the Rings I’d have up there with all time classics, especially at the time they came out.
Star Wars would probably feel a bit dated if you tried to watch it for the first time.

You missed out on a world of content not getting into Star Wars though between the movies, toys, video games, etc.

I’m the same with Marvel movie's, never got into them. Some friends go mental that I haven’t as if I am not living a normal life if I haven’t watched all the marvel. 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dr Who
Star Wars
Star Trek
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings

Never watched a minute of any of them


Star Wars and the Lord of the Rings I’d have up there with all time classics, especially at the time they came out.
Star Wars would probably feel a bit dated if you tried to watch it for the first time.

You missed out on a world of content not getting into Star Wars though between the movies, toys, video games, etc.

I’m the same with Marvel movie's, never got into them. Some friends go mental that I haven’t as if I am not living a normal life if I haven’t watched all the marvel. 

I get mocked as I have never seen the matrix.  

My view is that if the main topic of a film can’t possibly happen I am interested.  I like stuff that’s somewhat based on reality.  

Goblins and ewoks and c3po can go and sh*te. Don’t get me started on Harry Potter sh*te.  The only real witch is the author. 


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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

Dr Who
Star Wars
Star Trek
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings

Never watched a minute of any of them


Star Wars and the Lord of the Rings I’d have up there with all time classics, especially at the time they came out.
Star Wars would probably feel a bit dated if you tried to watch it for the first time.

You missed out on a world of content not getting into Star Wars though between the movies, toys, video games, etc.

I’m the same with Marvel movie's, never got into them. Some friends go mental that I haven’t as if I am not living a normal life if I haven’t watched all the marvel. 

I get mocked as I have never seen the matrix.  

My view is that if the main topic of a film can’t possibly happen I am interested.  I like stuff that’s somewhat based on reality.  

Goblins and ewoks and c3po can go and sh*te. Don’t get me started on Harry Potter sh*te.  The only real witch is the author. 


The first Matrix was class when it came out, it was visually impressive and was an original plot that hadnt really been done before but the sequels were absolutely rubbish and now after all these years they've aged terribly. 

The futuristic tech is late 90s Nokias, big beige 90s computers, phone boxes, the fashion is very late 90s/early 00s ...it doesnt look or feel futuristic at all and the CGI is looks like something from a Playstation game now. Youd make better effects on a laptop in your bedroom.

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The Colleen Rooney Wagata Christie thing I’m Disney was surprisingly decent enough 

I know it is heavily edited, and comes from her perspective, but Colleen comes across as a good mother from a good family, but living in a crazy world. 
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If you value your privacy as much as she says she does, making a 3 part documentary is a curious way to show it.
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The Righteous Gemstones season 3, quality as always . Judy Gemstone such a funny character 
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Originally posted by The Huntacha The Huntacha wrote:

If you value your privacy as much as she says she does, making a 3 part documentary is a curious way to show it.

It’s reasonable to have a public and private persona and try to keep them separate. 
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I’ve been made to watch the new series of The Crown. 

Being of an age where I saw all that Princess Diana stuff happen live, it just seems too normal for me. Like a documentary. 

The Diana actress is very good though. 
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New season of Fargo, first 2 episodes dropped. It gets 2 thumbs up and a hell yeah from me 



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Started Mayor of Kingstown, seems to be decent enough so far.
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Ferry - about a Dutch criminal manufacturing pills. Decent watch.

A nearly normal family - stuck this on last night and it's really good, it's about a 'perfect' family whose only daughter gets caught up for murder. 
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Originally posted by horsebox horsebox wrote:

Ferry - about a Dutch criminal manufacturing pills. Decent watch.

A nearly normal family - stuck this on last night and it's really good, it's about a 'perfect' family whose only daughter gets caught up for murder. 

Ferry is a spin off of Undercover. Watched season 1 and liked it. We got stuck on season 2 though. Must give it a go again and then watch the spin off
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Last stop Larrimah - Netflix 

Two part real life crime “whodunnit” taking place in the absolute middle of nowhere in Oz.Larrimah has a population of 11 people until Irish man Paddy Moriarty goes missing on the way home from the local pub, which also serves as the store, hotel, post office etc making it population 10.

I’m just one episode in but loving this quirky offering. Will finish later. 

So far 8/10 


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Yeah I watched that too - decent watch.
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