Discussion in 'The Games Room' started by MJB, Feb 16, 2019.
You can't say that! You will burn in hell for all eternity
Will that run concurrently or consecutively with the other occasions I'm going to burn in hell for all eternity.
Its highs are still decent, but too many iffy gags in most episodes.
Just resumed watching Maradona in Mexico. Can't beat Diego Armando for drama!
Definitely in series...
I like to think it will mysteriously be both in series and also multiplied in intensity. However I must charitably offer an indulgence which will reduce the suffering somewhat, a mere 500 pieces of solid gold will secure a worthwhile discount. Funds may be transferred to the Banco di Vaticano.
Hopefully it will keep you out of mischief for a while...
Pffft. Some chance...
He's not the Messiah just a very naughty boy
@MJB or the aforementioned Mr Maradona?
Multiple Personality Disorder..., ?
Given @MJB 's record it could apply to him. However firm favourite has to be Diego with his hand of God...
Last night was John Wick. Tonight was John Wick 2. More or less the same film. Quite enjoyable though I suppose, if you like violence and guns, that is. Tomorrow might be John Wick 3. It might have a new story. Or maybe not.
Keanu Reeves has not attended acting school since I last saw him in a movie though.
'Field Punishment No. 1' on Amazon Prime. The story of 14 prominent conscientious objectors who were effectively kidnapped by the New Zealand government and shipped to Europe in WWI. Unsettling viewing but worth watching.
Homeland - enjoying
Staged - really enjoying
The Haunting of Bly Manor - dreadful
The Social Dilemma - interesting
Rita - loving it
Onto 2nd season of Medici. Also just found Desmond's on Netflix. Remember it being gentle family comedy, thought I'll give it a go to see if it's funny or if my memories are off.
I really enjoy it without the usual rowdy crowd.
Not sure about the canned applause they are using though.
Couldn't agree more. I started E1 and gave up.
I have just started watching The Boys, Never heard of it before but I saw it on the homepage of Amazon.
We watched Ronin again tonight, a film we have not seen for a long time.
Some of it was filmed in Arles, France. In one scene I pointed out a building near the bullring of which I have taken photo's of the shuttered windows when we there in 2017. Sarah responded that everywhere we go we have hundreds of f'ing photo's of windows and doors!
1917. Decent enough film, but not sure it deserved all the hype around its release. It was fun trying to spot the local lads who were extras and I recognised one or two local locations.
Just started the new Borat film. There are some fairly gross bits!
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