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(Collider)   Less likely go back in time and become your own father than McFly its the Fark Monday Movie Rewind. A thread to discuss the movies/TV seen this past week. What have you been watching? LGT Time Travel Movies. What did they miss? Which did you like?   (collider.com) divider line
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2022-08-15 7:29:05 AM  
Carter (2022)- Korean Jason Bourne shakey-cam brawler flick. Apparently there's a storyline in there somewhere but it does not matter because the non-stop utterly brutal ass-kicking is all you need. The CGI is not great and the near-constant switching between cameras can be a bit jarring but, gottdamn that was a fun movie

The Hunt (2022)- Ultra-liberal elites hunt the common clay of the earth for sport. I've heard it described multiple times as "better than it had any right to be" and, yeah, it was way better than it had any right to be. Absurd, violent, corny, funny, stupid. Damn good.
 
2022-08-15 8:27:05 AM  
I watched "In Time" this weekend.

Never thought I'd watch a Justin Timberlake movie, but I had insomnia.
 
2022-08-15 8:51:27 AM  
Luck (2022). Second-, maybe third-tier version of Inside Out, but with good and bad luck instead of emotions.

Prey (2022). Thanks to the love letters in last week's Fark Rewind I had to check it out. Thanks, everyone. Aubrey Plaza kicks ass with nice references to the original.

Not Okay (2022). Overdose of cringe.

Episode 1 of Foundation (2021). Jaye's brother from Wonderfalls acts all haughty an' shait.

Episode 10 of For All Mankind, season 3 (2022). A mere 34 years after the start, they finally manage to shed some of the original cast.
 
2022-08-15 8:53:10 AM  
Hot Tub Time Machine Official Trailer
Youtube u1FnYvk6KP0
 
2022-08-15 9:21:29 AM  
Season 3 of Solar Opposites - Rick and Morty jr. that DrMsTigar and I love more than R&M

Crossing Swords - binged both seasons (sadly no more to come) made by Robot Chicken guys. Medieval playschool style stop motion. Hella funny!

Wellington Paranormal - last two seasons got added to HBOmax. I think I have mentioned before. It is a What We Do in the Shadows spin off following the cops who showed up in the original movie. Same mockumentary style. Absolutely hilarious.
 
2022-08-15 9:36:22 AM  
I finished off the expanse.  That was a great show.  Highly recommended.
 
2022-08-15 9:38:02 AM  
Spider-Man: No Way Home - I finally got around to seeing this and all I can say is I've never laughed so hard at a movie that left me so choked up. The Spider-Man movies are truly the best Marvel has to offer (for me).

Dr. Strange And The Multiverse of Madness - missed me with this one, but I've never cared for this character or "magic" being in the MCU.

Carter - Someone in Korea looked at John Wick and thought it was too slow paced and pacifist, took a whole bottle of amphetamines and dragged the entire population of the Korean peninsula into his solution for that problem. It's not a good movie, the plot doesn't make a lick of sense, but it's an experience.
 
2022-08-15 9:52:19 AM  
Primer still farks with my head

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2022-08-15 9:52:58 AM  

OldRod: Primer still farks with my head

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Oops, misread the subject line... I'll go back in time and erase this
 
2022-08-15 9:58:29 AM  
How about when Marty went the wrong way:

https://i.imgur.com/IINKyiY.mp4
 
2022-08-15 10:02:32 AM  
Day Shift -vampire horror/comedy. Reminded me of MIB and Blade put into a blender. Just average but I wouldn't go out if my way to watch it unless vampire stoner comedy is what you crave.

Wifelike - low budget PK Dick movie with way more ambitious ideas than budget. The acting isn't going to win awards, but it's serviceable with ambitious ideas to spare.

I love my Dad -cringe comedy with Patton Oswalt about a father who catfishes his own son after he blocks him on Facebook. Based on a true story.

And for time travel let me recommend Safety Not Guaranteed - possibly the only time travel movie inspired by a classified ad.
 
2022-08-15 10:05:05 AM  

Fear the Clam: Episode 10 of For All Mankind, season 3 (2022). A mere 34 years after the start, they finally manage to shed some of the original cast.


Which is worrisome because the new generation has some issues. Danny Stevens is irredeemably awful and drags down the show any time it focuses on him, and Kelly Baldwin made the Bad Idea Bears her spirit animals.
 
2022-08-15 10:16:00 AM  
Downsizing.  Ridiculous premise is forgotten after 30 minutes and a smart social satire emerges.

Better Call Saul.   I'll be sad when this ends.  I'll be enjoying the final three episodes tonight.  The I'll break out my box set of Breaking Bad and re-enjoy that.
 
2022-08-15 10:30:55 AM  
Death of Stalin (2017) - Fun satire with a great cast.  I have no idea how true to life it is, but seems fairly reasonable.  Rating C+.

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) - Another on the list of movies I've never seen, but should have already.  A weird kids story about child murder, slavery and industrial espionage.  Despite seeing clips and the memes I had no idea it was a musical (or musical-lite).  I probably would have liked this a a lot as a kid.  Rating B.

On TV I checked out the first couple episodes of The Lower Decks.  It's ok so far, but not as amazing as a few friends say it is.
 
2022-08-15 10:35:30 AM  
Been watching a bunch this week.

Watched The Great Escapeyesterday after talking about it. It's still one of my absolute favorites, even though it is not the most realistic compared to the story. 

Killing Them Softly what a weird movie. It's not bad, it's just...not good.

Valkyrie. First time I watched it, and I thought it was pretty good. It is unfortunate if you know history and you know the story already, because you know there isn't going to be a happy ending - but I thought it was well done.

Also watched a bunch of British panel shows this week, from Would I Lie To You, to Big Fat Quiz of the Year. I wish the US did this kind of thing, but the right way and not the Americanized way.

James Acaster's CABBAGE PRANK Catastrophe! | Would I Lie To You | All Brit
Youtube h8X7S4j_zXA


Would I Lie To You might be my new favorite *thing*. So funny.
 
2022-08-15 10:35:41 AM  
New:
Heat - Never saw it before but always read great reviews of it. DeNiro's a robber, Pacino is the cop trying to stop him. Terrific movie, the bank robbery shootout was fantastic and, of course, you've got Pacino chewing the hell out of the scenery. A+
I Am Groot - I am Groot. I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.  I am Groot.*
The Orville Season 3 ep 1-5 - Was pleasantly surprised to find this on Disney+. I'm still impressed with the social commentary that they put into this show. B+
Pieces of Her - Woman finds out that mom's not all she seems to be. Only 8 episodes but there were no real surprises and huge plot holes. C

*Translation for those who don't speak Groot: Cute, doesn't take up a lot of time. Little kids will like it but nothing great. C
 
2022-08-15 10:36:28 AM  

Lord Bear: Death of Stalin (2017)   I have no idea how true to life it is, but seems fairly reasonable.  Rating C+.


History Buffs: The Death of Stalin
Youtube TG-tG-Wo0Do


It's obviously a spoof, but a bunch of it is true.
 
2022-08-15 10:55:37 AM  
I really wanted to enjoy "a league of their own."

But Amazon and Netflix for that matter can't stop themselves from making trash about social injustices, we farking get it, the past was horrible and nothing redeeming came out of the countries past. It's farking self-flagellation and jerking off at this point. There's no subtlety, no nuance or meaningful messaging. Just guilt porn for peformative social consciousness being wielded like a clumsy club beating you over the head.

The first episode is about a woman coming out of the closet and being emotionally  manipulated by another woman to do who then says "I thought so" and runs off with a male soldier ten seconds after and no follow up or explanation. All with a B-plot about racial injustice and how a black player wasn't allowed to play in a white womens league. Only this black woman is the satchel page of womens baseball and her characterization is an angry black woman who is always angry. Whether it's about the racial injustice burden thrust upon her. Or her best friends fiancé saying something she disagrees with. She's ANGRY! Even when she accidentally witnesses the lesbian kiss (what a social faux pas!) and looks down condescendingly at the white woman because she's ANGRY!
 
2022-08-15 11:02:56 AM  
I watched The Green Planet series narrated by David Attenborough.
Absolutely amazing photography. Plants like you've seen them.

Also watched Belfast. Very good performances by all involved.
 
2022-08-15 11:14:22 AM  

Slypork: Heat - Never saw it before but always read great reviews of it. DeNiro's a robber, Pacino is the cop trying to stop him. Terrific movie, the bank robbery shootout was fantastic and, of course, you've got Pacino chewing the hell out of the scenery. A+


I'm always jealous of people that get to see this for the first time, it knocked my socks off the first time I saw it. It's Mann at his absolute best. In fact, I'd argue it's DeNiro at his best as well, maybe even Val.

The shootout is still the best piece of action put to film imho. No music, almost no spoken lines other than yelling and gunfire for around 10 minutes. It's edited and shot perfectly and good lord the audio mix is something else. Really puts you on the street watching this happen, especially if you have a great surround system. The choice to let the raw gun sounds be used, changes the experience immensely.
 
2022-08-15 11:23:14 AM  
Finished watching Sandman this weekend. About as good an adaptation as one could hope for; I'm really looking forward to season 2, assuming Netflix doesn't kill it.
 
2022-08-15 11:28:36 AM  

phimuskapsi: Slypork: Heat - Never saw it before but always read great reviews of it. DeNiro's a robber, Pacino is the cop trying to stop him. Terrific movie, the bank robbery shootout was fantastic and, of course, you've got Pacino chewing the hell out of the scenery. A+

I'm always jealous of people that get to see this for the first time, it knocked my socks off the first time I saw it. It's Mann at his absolute best. In fact, I'd argue it's DeNiro at his best as well, maybe even Val.

The shootout is still the best piece of action put to film imho. No music, almost no spoken lines other than yelling and gunfire for around 10 minutes. It's edited and shot perfectly and good lord the audio mix is something else. Really puts you on the street watching this happen, especially if you have a great surround system. The choice to let the raw gun sounds be used, changes the experience immensely.


Unfortunately it's also the beginning of Pacino deciding that shouting is an acceptable substitute for acting.
 
2022-08-15 11:33:19 AM  
They missed this excellent time travel movie:
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One of the few time travel movies that's internally consistent, without relying on "changing/rewriting the timeline" to explain contradictions.
 
2022-08-15 11:37:39 AM  
Still working on Harrow. On season 3 now.

I was house/dog sitting the last week. Didn't want to screw up their algorithm so I watched things they and I have already seen. Rewatched Shorsey and most of Letterkenny. Mostly as I was reading.
I started calling the dog Big Sexy after the bird on Shorsey. She started answering to it. Funny
 
2022-08-15 11:46:00 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: phimuskapsi: Slypork: Heat - Never saw it before but always read great reviews of it. DeNiro's a robber, Pacino is the cop trying to stop him. Terrific movie, the bank robbery shootout was fantastic and, of course, you've got Pacino chewing the hell out of the scenery. A+

I'm always jealous of people that get to see this for the first time, it knocked my socks off the first time I saw it. It's Mann at his absolute best. In fact, I'd argue it's DeNiro at his best as well, maybe even Val.

The shootout is still the best piece of action put to film imho. No music, almost no spoken lines other than yelling and gunfire for around 10 minutes. It's edited and shot perfectly and good lord the audio mix is something else. Really puts you on the street watching this happen, especially if you have a great surround system. The choice to let the raw gun sounds be used, changes the experience immensely.

Unfortunately it's also the beginning of Pacino deciding that shouting is an acceptable substitute for acting.


True, but it also gave us the "she's got a great ass" ad lib, which is one of the few funny moments in the film.
 
2022-08-15 11:51:35 AM  
Prey- Awesome, deserving of all the praise given it. If anything I think I like it as much if not moreso than the original as I think the camera work and direction was fantastic.

DayShift - Fun and dumb vampire movie with some good action sequences. Felt like they could've been better had they edited it down to a solid 90-95 minutes instead of the nearly 2 hour runtime. Not sure where you'd make the cuts though, hell one character ends up being important but what she's even doing or why she's motivated to help is given 10 seconds and a shrug.

The Sandman -Amazing. They pulled off actually adapting the source material well. Even the stuff they changed often made it better overall and more cohesive, like the Corinthian woven into other areas and given a bigger role as an antagonist, or setting up the characters in the dinner more so that what happens next hits harder. Never really thought it would be done even half as well. Hope we get more, but that this much exists at all, and is as well done as it is, I'm happy with.

As for time travel, the setting is often boring. Time travel by default as a setting means that the plot is stuck being about pre-destination versus free will. Are things fixed events or can they be changed and if they're changed how is it explained why that doesn't fark up the timeline (which typically means alternate universes and all that).

The best is when the time travel isn't presented as the primary focus and instead used to drive character/s or is the conflict the character/s have to deal with and overcome. Like Groundhog Day wasn't really a time travel movie, though it has time travel in it. More recently Paper Girlsdoes a good job. Having characters get caught up in something bigger and also face who they are as adults, and the disappointment that follows from the idealism of youth compared to the reality of the world, is more interesting than the traveling itself.
 
2022-08-15 11:55:56 AM  
Spiderhead (N) - meh, maybe I'll go back and finish. someone Hemsworth
Dolomite is my Name - very enjoyable. Eddie Murphy
For All Mankind - just finished S2 or S3.  good stuff

Time travel...my mind is blank.
 
2022-08-15 12:02:42 PM  
Time Rider: The Adventures of Little Swann is a great time travel flick, and the main character unknowingly becomes his own great grandfather.
 
2022-08-15 12:03:14 PM  

Klom Dark: Time Rider: The Adventures of Little Swann is a great time travel flick, and the main character unknowingly becomes his own great grandfather.


Lyle Swann, not Little Swann. Dammit.
 
2022-08-15 12:18:58 PM  

Klom Dark: Time Rider: The Adventures of Little Swann is a great time travel flick, and the main character unknowingly becomes his own great grandfather.


Back when I was a kid, this movie and Beastmaster were on HBO all the freaking time. Like several times a week, and we only had a few other channels back then.

That movie made me want to ride dirt bikes in the desert.
 
2022-08-15 12:27:42 PM  

OldRod: Primer still farks with my head

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XKCD did something similar that's so big that I'll just link it instead of posting it here.
 
2022-08-15 12:27:55 PM  

Combustion: Klom Dark: Time Rider: The Adventures of Little Swann is a great time travel flick, and the main character unknowingly becomes his own great grandfather.

Back when I was a kid, this movie and Beastmaster were on HBO all the freaking time. Like several times a week, and we only had a few other channels back then.

That movie made me want to ride dirt bikes in the desert.


Cool not just me!

Too bad the star (Fred Ward) just passed a few weeks ago: https://m.fark.com/comments/12340545/
 
2022-08-15 12:40:50 PM  
I am Groot cute with some funny bits, but it was annoying to watch seeing as how it was 2 minutes of content and 3 minutes of credits and Disney didn't just make it one 30 min show

Started Sandman its good so far plan to finish this week.

The Hammer version of Frankenstien I like the Hammer Dracula movies and the Hammer Mummy is better then the Universal original but this one just wasnt good to me. Frankenstien was an nutjob, Paul should have just turned him in to the police I dont get why he protected him.

Back to the Future is pretty much a perfect movie to me, 2nd was decent and 3rd has grown on me (I didnt like it when I saw it as a kid) I cant think of any time travel movies that are better.
 
2022-08-15 1:02:34 PM  
We were away for most of this weekend, so I didn't see a lot of movies, but some TV was watched:

Wellington Paranormal: Great, as always. The aforementioned bit where the invisible tentacle monster was beating up three of them at once is now part of this season's intro.

There was a really different episode in this batch where a meteor crashed into a neighborhood and gave a bunch of residents powers based on their personalities and what they were doing at the exact moment of the impact. A cat lady got scratching and super-vomit powers, an electrician got electrical powers, a girl always on her phone got insta-knowledge of things on the level you would get from a Google search, and a guy watering his lawn got the ability to spurt water out of his hands, but mostly at the level of a garden hose at 50% power and no spray nozzle. They became vigilantes, which is naturally a problem for the police. I honestly think this one had enough plot potential to become a movie, if you can get by how it was more "The Tick" than their usual "X-Files parody" feel. There was also a good one where a giant sewer fatberg went around swallowing up people to add them into a hivemind creature.

There's about one episode left in the current season, which I see wasn't the season finale during the original airing. We're watching them on HBO Max, which is adding in about one episode per week.


Lost Speedways w/ Dale Earnhardt Jr.: We got back from our weekend getaway/Weird Al concert to find a letter from our insurer saying they wouldn't cover a procedure that they should be. We're pissed off, so our evening TV watching is our go-to low-drama show, this one. Junior (or Joonyer, with an Indiana Jones Sr. pronunciation, as we call him in Nasfark) hosts a show where they tour abandoned speedways and tell their stories. This one is one up in Maine that got in the middle of a tussle between an increasingly tyrannical multi-track owner and increasingly organized drivers. In one instance, the owner required drivers to show up to his other race to collect their winnings for the previous race. He had the guts to tell this to the winner at the cash booth when he came to collect right after winning. The driver punched him in the face and took his winnings. The owner agreed not to press charges if he showed up at the next race anyway. The drivers eventually got so sick of the track owner, that they started their own racing series with blackjack and hookers.

This is the third-last episode of the currently-last season. Seems that as of February, Joonyer was still waiting on the greenlight to a third one from Peacock. One of the cohosts/producers has moved on to other things, which isn't a good sign.
 
2022-08-15 1:08:00 PM  
AtomPeepers:

And for time travel let me recommend Safety Not Guaranteed - possibly the only time travel movie inspired by a classified ad.

I actually made a screenplay of a short film about it in college circa 2007 that was inspired by the meme that the ad spawned on YTMND. It was okay, dragged down a bit by how I ran out of time writing the ending (I didn't even save it, just threw something on there and printed it) and was sort of married to a few minor things that didn't work.
 
2022-08-15 1:10:21 PM  
QotW: Best one no one has named yet is Avengers: Endgame.
 
2022-08-15 1:41:58 PM  

phimuskapsi: Slypork: Heat - Never saw it before but always read great reviews of it. DeNiro's a robber, Pacino is the cop trying to stop him. Terrific movie, the bank robbery shootout was fantastic and, of course, you've got Pacino chewing the hell out of the scenery. A+

I'm always jealous of people that get to see this for the first time, it knocked my socks off the first time I saw it. It's Mann at his absolute best. In fact, I'd argue it's DeNiro at his best as well, maybe even Val.

The shootout is still the best piece of action put to film imho. No music, almost no spoken lines other than yelling and gunfire for around 10 minutes. It's edited and shot perfectly and good lord the audio mix is something else. Really puts you on the street watching this happen, especially if you have a great surround system. The choice to let the raw gun sounds be used, changes the experience immensely.


As I watched it I kept thinking that it reminded me of Thief starring James Caan. Went to IMDB after the movie was over and saw they were both directed by Mann. Damn good movie.

Forgot about QotWTime After Time. H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) chasing Jack the Ripper (David Warner) to the 1970's. If you ask my wife she'd say Somewhere in Time.

And why has no one mentioned a whale of a time travel movie? A double dumb ass on you!
 
2022-08-15 1:59:02 PM  

Slypork: As I watched it I kept thinking that it reminded me of Thief starring James Caan. Went to IMDB after the movie was over and saw they were both directed by Mann. Damn good movie.


Yeah there are a couple shared scenes in that, Thief is great, really good music IIRC.
 
2022-08-15 2:10:47 PM  
Prey - That was a damned good movie. I had some friends who were bothered by the portrayal of archery because they are really into archery, I can suspend my disbelief though and loved it. I'm actually going to come out and say I liked it better than the original and could have been a perfect movie if they would have kept the hand to hand combat more gritty and realistic and dropped the weird tomahawk on a rope thing. But those two elements kept the movie light hearted and that's ok too.

Dayshift - OMG that movie is ridiculously over the top and hilarious. I almost thought they were going to make a Blade meets John Wick vampire hunter movie, and what we got was something akin to classic Sam Raimi with fight choreography looking like it came from a young Jackie Chan. After I got over the shock of things going way over the top, I just sat back and yucked it up the rest of the movie.
 
2022-08-15 2:16:14 PM  
traveling back to 2019 last week i saw this on, i think, Showtime:
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it was so good it made me mad at other movies
 
2022-08-15 3:55:36 PM  
Last week, we discovered that at some forgotten moment in the last several years we'd bought the complete Inspector Lewis.  The first time through I hadn't noticed how enervated it is. Anyway, it will be basketball season soon.
 
2022-08-15 3:59:38 PM  

Slypork: Forgot about QotW: Time After Time. H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) chasing Jack the Ripper (David Warner) to the 1970's. If you ask my wife she'd say Somewhere in Time.


Mary Steenburgen is in that and in several scenes she's just as pretty as people get. Great hair. Great accent. She had a fine career, but it should have been more.
 
2022-08-15 4:10:52 PM  
phimuskapsi:

Also watched a bunch of British panel shows this week, from Would I Lie To You, to Big Fat Quiz of the Year. I wish the US did this kind of thing, but the right way and not the Americanized way.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/h8X7S4j_zXA]

Would I Lie To You might be my new favorite *thing*. So funny.


English panel shows got me through COVID. As for moving them to America, our comics just aren't funny enough. We don't have a tradition of rowdy intellectual wit. And there's no real tradition of our comics slagging each other mercilessly.  American comics feud puckishly like Jack Benny and Fred Allen. A wee knuckle twisting in a dimple. So, cute.
 
2022-08-15 4:15:28 PM  
Finished My Life is Murder - Lucy Lawless as a retired detective, being asked to consult on closed or cold cases. First set in Melbourne, then Auckland. I didn't like the 2nd season as much. The sidekick character got really annoying, and the pacing in some episodes felt super awkward. I believe there's a 3rd season coming - if I still have Acorn streaming, I'll watch it. The one thing I did like is that many times the suspect would say "I'm not confessing, you can't prove that!" and then Lucy would whip out all the actual hard evidence they had collected that proved the crime, which was nicer than a suspect just spilling their guts completely.

Darkwater Fell - 4 part drama staring David Tennant. A fire in a small Scottish town brings up secrets and overall drama. It was a decent watch.

Brokenwood Mysteries - Just started this today. Billed as New Zealand's Midsomer Murders.

Time Travel stories - I'll second Timecrimes from above. Also, more recently the TV show Dark - 3 seasons, German. Felt like all the details were paid attention to and wrapped up.
 
2022-08-15 5:42:10 PM  

Slypork: Time After Time. H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) chasing Jack the Ripper (David Warner) to the 1970's.


That movie was the beginning of my love affair with Mary Steenburgen.  I've loved her in pretty much every role she's taken ever since.
 
2022-08-15 6:40:37 PM  
I'm actually starting to write a short story named Time Phantom where a physicist and his nephew fight an agent of hell.
 
2022-08-15 7:25:01 PM  
I saw a Hindi language re-make of "Forest Gump" called Lal Singh Chaddha.

Why is there an Indian version of Forest Gump? I have no idea. Damn it, though, it's actually really well done and adds a lot more depth to the original in a lot of little ways.

Laal Singh Chaddha Official Trailer | In Cinemas August 11
Youtube 6Tg5BLRmTcg
 
2022-08-15 7:34:22 PM  

yakmans_dad: phimuskapsi:

Also watched a bunch of British panel shows this week, from Would I Lie To You, to Big Fat Quiz of the Year. I wish the US did this kind of thing, but the right way and not the Americanized way.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/h8X7S4j_zXA]

Would I Lie To You might be my new favorite *thing*. So funny.

English panel shows got me through COVID. As for moving them to America, our comics just aren't funny enough. We don't have a tradition of rowdy intellectual wit. And there's no real tradition of our comics slagging each other mercilessly.  American comics feud puckishly like Jack Benny and Fred Allen. A wee knuckle twisting in a dimple. So, cute.


There was an attempt at an Americanized panel show on Netflix, and it didn't work at all. The American comedians and special guests just seemed lost. But Jimmy Carr hosted so it wasn't without a few laughs.

I can't remember the name of it for the life of me. It may not even be on Netflix anymore.

/8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown got me through the last few years.
 
2022-08-15 7:41:55 PM  

BullBearMS: Slypork: Time After Time. H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) chasing Jack the Ripper (David Warner) to the 1970's.

That movie was the beginning of my love affair with Mary Steenburgen.  I've loved her in pretty much every role she's taken ever since.


Johnny Depp #18 - Whats Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) - Innocent Play (Starring Mary Steenburgen)
Youtube NUZ800fleXE
I know what you mean
 
2022-08-15 7:43:32 PM  

Slypork: BullBearMS: Slypork: Time After Time. H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) chasing Jack the Ripper (David Warner) to the 1970's.

That movie was the beginning of my love affair with Mary Steenburgen.  I've loved her in pretty much every role she's taken ever since.

[YouTube video: Johnny Depp #18 - Whats Eating Gilbert Grape (1993) - Innocent Play (Starring Mary Steenburgen)]I know what you mean


Parenthood (8/12) Movie CLIP - Something to Help You Relax (1989) HD
Youtube vO2jvLIyIV4
maybe there's a pattern?
 
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