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31 Re: Film and TV review. on Fri Nov 27 2015, 09:45

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Norpig wrote:Any Games of Thrones fans on here? They keep releasing pictures to suggest Jon Snow (no not the channel 4 loud tie and socks man, the other one) isn't dead after all

I, for one, hope he isn't dead. It was quite a shocker when he got stabbed in the back.

32 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Nov 28 2015, 22:52

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I have been watching the second series of The secret lives of 5 year olds on channel 4 and find it fab.

Anyone else watch this? Smile

33 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Nov 28 2015, 23:16

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karlypants wrote:I have been watching the second series of The secret lives of 5 year olds on channel 4 and find it fab.

Anyone else watch this? Smile

Yep. This week it is six year olds. My lad is six so will be interesting to watch

34 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Nov 28 2015, 23:22

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y2johnny wrote:
karlypants wrote:I have been watching the second series of The secret lives of 5 year olds on channel 4 and find it fab.

Anyone else watch this? Smile

Yep. This week it is six year olds. My lad is six so will be interesting to watch

Sounds interesting. I'll dig around for that and watch it.

35 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Nov 28 2015, 23:29

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finlaymcdanger wrote:
y2johnny wrote:
karlypants wrote:I have been watching the second series of The secret lives of 5 year olds on channel 4 and find it fab.

Anyone else watch this? Smile

Yep. This week it is six year olds. My lad is six so will be interesting to watch

Sounds interesting. I'll dig around for that and watch it.

Think it's on 4 isnt rt? My mrs records it so not 100 %

36 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Nov 28 2015, 23:56

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It's on Channel 4 as stated above Razz

Just watched it on 5 year olds and find the whole series quite interesting on how kids react to things and each other.

The one thing I am confused a little is the place it is set at, the place seems like a kindergarten kind of place so I'm guessing that they are just using this place for their experiment and research so to speak?

37 Re: Film and TV review. on Sun Nov 29 2015, 12:10

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Started recording "First Dates" recently and really enjoy it. 
For those who haven't seen it it's people from all aspects of society who have agreed to be filmed during a blind date at a pop up restaurant despite not knowing who is going to walk through the door. It's a bit formulaic inasmuch that the dates are obviously characters hand picked by the producers but it's a wonderful insight into individuals, their attitudes, hopes and expectations. The show has a few surprises and comedy moments but overall it's a very pleasant piece of entertainment telly that's not too challenging and better than similar things in the "reality TV" genre.

38 Re: Film and TV review. on Wed Dec 02 2015, 21:01

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The Murder Detectives. a 3 parter last one on tonight, absolutely gripping

39 Re: Film and TV review. on Wed Dec 02 2015, 21:29

Norpig

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Chairmanda wrote:The Murder Detectives. a 3 parter last one on tonight, absolutely gripping
 i agree, it's been great so far. Channel 4 always has great programmes like this

40 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Dec 07 2015, 20:30

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I'm settling down with a cup of horlicks to watch the Sepp Blatter expose starting in a couple of mins on BBC1. Its done by the guy who worked 15 years to get to the bottom of corruption...I'm hoping for some insight, not necessarily into what he did (I think we know) but in how he got away with it for so long/who else was aware

41 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Dec 07 2015, 22:49

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Has anyone been watching The Supervet series? Smile

42 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Dec 07 2015, 22:59

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Nope. Sorry

43 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 08 2015, 00:10

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Is Leftovers on over there? Best thing on TV by a country mile.

44 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 08 2015, 08:35

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finlaymcdanger wrote:Is Leftovers on over there? Best thing on TV by a country mile.
 the last episode was on last night but i haven't watched it yet. It is the most bizarre thing i've seen for years but strangely addictive. The hotel episode last week was bonkers but brilliant at the same time

45 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 08 2015, 10:19

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Chairmanda wrote:I'm settling down with a cup of horlicks to watch the Sepp Blatter expose starting in a couple of mins on BBC1. Its done by the guy who worked 15 years to get to the bottom of corruption...I'm hoping for some insight, not necessarily into what he did (I think we know) but in how he got away with it for so long/who else was aware

Just watching it now on the iPlayer.

Some brilliant lines from Jennings.

"And suddenly I had people with guns agreeing with me. I liked that..."

46 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 08 2015, 10:26

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Tinned Toms - You know it makes sense!
Jack Warner came across as one horrible bastard.

47 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 08 2015, 10:35

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"I would spit on you because you are garbage."

I'd have chinned him right there.

48 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Dec 10 2015, 12:03

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anyone watching ch4 lunchtime news will just have seen one of the biggest cringe moments ever

49 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Dec 10 2015, 12:07

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Missed it.

Go on....?

50 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Dec 10 2015, 12:11

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They were talking about an Indian actor who has been released from jail after being wrongly convicted of a driving offence. They cut to a clip of an Indian actor on the red carpet. "That's the wrong...well, the wrong...you've put up the wrong (muttered) person, please just ignore this" snapped on obviously embarrassed and irate Krishnan Guru-Murthy. For the rest of the broadcast you could sense an internal battle between saying anything else, or walking off, or apologising again...he was livid.

51 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Dec 10 2015, 12:18

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Cheers Mand, I'll look out for it on 4+1 later.

Almost as cringe-worthy was the performance of Bolton South East MP (and seemingly shameless self-publicist) Yasmin Qureshi's performance on 5Live this morning when she managed to shoe-horn in an explicit comment when discussing Trump and was duly admonished.

I really can't stand that woman.

She's the type that gives your lot a bad name because everything about her just screams "I wanna be famous!"

("Your lot" being members of the British political establishment, not women in general.)

52 Re: Film and TV review. on Fri Dec 11 2015, 14:27

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Watch this. Old but the best 35 minutes you'll have wasted all week.


53 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 12:46

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Luther's back tonight - 9 pm on BBC1.

Get in!

54 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 12:50

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Are there any fit birds in it?

55 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 12:57

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Birds like this Bonce?



Very Happy

56 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 12:58

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Anybody been watching the Bridge? (Scandi version not shitty we can't be arsed to read subtitles American version).

3rd series is on iplayer at the moment, darker and faster paced than the first 2 but seriously good.

57 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 13:06

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Anybody else watched Fin's phone box thingy?

I watched it the other night and it's put me right off.

Thank God for mobiles, eh?

58 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 13:12

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Had it with these Nordic shows. A lot of miserable looking people in big jumpers. Why has everything got to be so dark these days?
Why can't they investigate a spate of thefts from allotment sheds? I'd watch it.
As for that phone box thing,it reminded me of something BBC2 might have shown instead of the test card many years ago.In BBC2's early years,a half hour film used to be shown on a loop when they weren't broadcasting.

59 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 13:16

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Bit grumpy today.

Fallen over again?

60 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Dec 15 2015, 13:18

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boltonbonce wrote:Had it with these Nordic shows. A lot of miserable looking people in big jumpers. Why has everything got to be so dark these days?

Borgen might be more your style Bonce, no big jumpers in sight... 

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