- Netflix recommendations
ah back with old friends, Cleaver Green is fully jumping the shark in this one (S5 Rake)
totally agree, didnt think much to S5 at all, but really enjoyed the first 4 series.
watched a couple of excellent sets over the last 2 days, got to share them with you as i think youd all enjoy them. ironically both had people i cannot stand in them but still really enjoyed watching them.
firstly, although its not netflix (catch-up) we watched that Fred, Gino and Ramsay triple part jobbie. basically a lads road trip in each respective country with food, drink and just general pissing about. had us in stitches in places, gino’s a real nutter 😀
(in case you were interested, its ramsay i cant stand)
and last night…..WOW! totally unexpected as i cannot abide ricky gervais, but wife had heard good things about After Life on netflix so we gave it a try.Posted 3 months ago
suicidal bloke coming to terms (or not) with his wifes death from cancer you say? may be hard viewing you say? wrong! stunning tv! in parts hilarious, heart-wrenching, it went through all the emotions. we’ve lost my dad and my wifes nan to cancer this last few months and wife was in tears watching it, both with laughter and sadness.
exceptional dialogue, i really recommend you all watch this.roneSubscriber
After Life is genuinely excellent, and you can certainly see Ricky Gervais has moved on and tackling the futility/meaning of life.
Production is fantastic and owes a little debt to Curb and Lead Balloon perhaps.
So much better than I was expecting. Netflix has given him the room to do what he wants, really really well.
Love all the little local stories, and a pitch perfect supporting cast.
Paul Kaye in particular.Posted 3 months agokcrMember
I would like to watch Get Out but i understand it’s a bit of an horror movie and i don’t like horror movies. Am I right or i better stay away? thanks
*** Spoilers… not really, but just in case anyone complains ***
It’s more of a mystery/thriller until the final reel. I thought it was an interesting and original premise, and well executed, but ended up with a conventional genre “hero dispatches the baddies gruesomely one by one” which was a bit disappointing.Posted 3 months ago
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