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#1831 Old 03-28-2017, 04:24 AM
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Virunga: The Movie

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#1832 Old 03-28-2017, 12:04 PM
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#1833 Old 04-03-2017, 03:28 PM
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I've actually been going back and rewatching all of Star Trek, from the beginning. I've actually watched all of the original series, Next Generation, and Deep Space 9 in the past, but not Voyager or Enterprise, and I think I missed one or two of the Next Gen and reboot movies. But it's been over 5 years since I watched the shows last, so I decided to start over and watch them again. I'll have to buy some DVD sets to actually watch all of them, since I don't have Voyager or Enterprise yet, and I doubt if I'll bother with the reboot movies.

I recently finished going through the entire original series. I made notes about which episodes were so bad that I have no desire to ever watch them again if I go through them all again in the future. Let's face it - that show had a few very good episodes, and quite a few very bad episodes, with maybe half that were in between.

I also watched the first movie, which was actually better than I remembered. The plot was boring, but in the context of having just watched the entire original series, I appreciated the artistic merits of having a big screen budget and MUCH better fx. Also, first appearance of Klingon foreheads and the Klingon language. Still not a very good movie overall, though.

Next up is Wrath of Khan, which is a big step up. I'll probably finish all 6 original crew movies before moving on to Next Gen.

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#1834 Old 04-04-2017, 10:10 AM
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Hula hoops, a lost art of anti-gravity play time that serves as some darn good (and fun) exercise.


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#1835 Old 05-09-2017, 09:28 AM
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I watched FOOD CHOICES last night.

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#1836 Old 05-09-2017, 02:38 PM
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Just started watching "13 Reasons Why" last night. I was skeptical that I would be into it, as I'm way past high school days LOL, but it's pretty good! Enough of a mystery to keep me intrigued. Props to those Netflix Originals - they impress me far more than so-called "blockbusters" in the theatre ^_^
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I just watched Outlander and so totally recommend.
I didn't want to watch it. I assumed it was trash. And it's epic and wonderful. Love.
Before that I finally saw season 2 of Skins and that's also top notch.

Oh and we're gradually savouring episodes of the latest Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon trip, "A Trip To Italy" which is nicely paced and sleepy for winter eves.

Music wise...
These are my sounds right now...
Always Laura Veirs

And always some electronic radness
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Just started watching "13 Reasons Why" last night. I was skeptical that I would be into it, as I'm way past high school days LOL, but it's pretty good! Enough of a mystery to keep me intrigued. Props to those Netflix Originals - they impress me far more than so-called "blockbusters" in the theatre ^_^
So true! Hated 13 Reasons Why (only gave it a 1 ep chance to be fair) but Stranger Things and Black Mirror etc. were fantastic and we rarely go to the cinema at the moment.
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Is anyone watching Stranger Things? It's making me want to revisit all the 80's movies I loved as a kid.
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I just finished watching "Arrival" on a viceodisc I borrowed from the library- I dawdled too long and missed it in the theater. I liked it better than "Star Wars VII- The Last Jedi" (which was what I saw- in the theater- before "Arrival"), but I liked them both. "Arrival" was more contemplative, with some mind-bending ideas, and Amy Adams was great in it.
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Season 2 of Glow! I love this show!

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What The Health

I recently watched "What The Health". I found this documentary film on DVD at my local branch of the public library.

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Star Trek: Voyager, episode, Dark Frontier, pt. 2.

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I think it was "Thor: The Dark World" (on DVD).

Peasant (1963-1972) and Fluffy (1970s?-1982- I think of you as 'Ambrose' now)- Your spirits outshone some humans I have known. Be happy forever.
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I just got off YouTube. I was watching a few Country Music Association awards clips from the 1980s. :P

Peasant (1963-1972) and Fluffy (1970s?-1982- I think of you as 'Ambrose' now)- Your spirits outshone some humans I have known. Be happy forever.
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Is anyone watching Stranger Things? It's making me want to revisit all the 80's movies I loved as a kid.
I'm watching this right now! Really don't know what to expect from the final episodes (no spoilers, though!).

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I've been rewatching Venture Bros, it's like Rick and Morty but better.

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I've been rewatching Venture Bros, it's like Rick and Morty but better.

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#1852 Old 08-18-2018, 12:56 PM
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Loved Stanger Things. And Stranger Things 2. Loved the kids.
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#1853 Old 08-18-2018, 12:59 PM
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This summer I have been watching The Outpost. It's not that great. but there isn't much else on that I want to watch. And I am reluctant to admit this but .... the lead actress is so beautiful, I think I am in love with her.
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#1854 Old 08-18-2018, 02:30 PM
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Deadpool 2 - 9/10 - Fantastic film, so funny, loved all the easter eggs and the 4th wall breaking stuff, so enjoyable.
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Video by Universiti Malaysia on animal nutrition.
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www.indianpointfilm.com

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The latest Better call Saul.
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Leave no trace 7/10

It's a slow burn, so not for everyone. But we really enjoyed this. A good story with really good acting performances.
If you have the patience, well worth the watch.
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In the tall grass 6/10
Based on a Steven King short story, this is actually a pretty decent little horror film. Worth a watch.
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Battle for Sevastopol (2015) 8.0

The story about a female Russian Sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko credited with 309 kills. From an action perspective, it could have done with more sniper scenes, only because the sequences which feature are very good.
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