I'm too busy, faded in Japan with the crew
WHO READY FOR DANK AND DABBY?! :tommy
This was really great. Finished it in a few days. roudHas anyone watched The End of the Fucking World on Netflix? Just binge watched it & it was bloody brilliant. Can't believe I've never heard about it.
Great Dark British Comedy with two good leads, great writing, good characters & an engaging story. The main kid was in a Black Mirror episode as well, I knew I recognised him from somewhere. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a show to binge watch in a night. Quick 20 minute episodes, but it's great when watched like a film.
HBO Films presents Fahrenheit 451. In a terrifying care-free future, a young man, Guy Montag, whose job as a fireman is to burn all books, questions his actions after meeting a young girl…and begins to rebel against society. Starring Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon and Sofia Boutella.
Once Anne & Chris left the show took a bit of a nosedive for me unk3I'm trying to finish Parks and Recreation. I started watching it almost one year ago and I got stuck on late-season 5 when it started to become really bad.
Still struggling to finish the last one... It's a shame because I loved the four first ones
Exclusive: Liam Neeson and Brendan Gleeson to star in Coen Brothers' Ballad Of Buster Scruggs
Liam Neeson and Brendan Gleeson will star in the Coen Brothers' six-part Netflix miniseries, The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs.
The series, which is currently filming in New Mexico, is the Coens' first foray into streaming and was announced in August of last year with Tim Blake Nelson as the titular character. Liam Neeson told entertainment.ie exclusively that he's currently filming his role with fellow Irish actor Brendan Gleeson, and revealed that he's growing out his facial hair for the role.
"We're not in the same story. There's six little stories, hence my beard, so I've to finish that and that's another two-three week job. I love it," said Neeson.
Neeson also talked about the sense of community he shares with other Irish actors, and pointed out that he worked with Colin Farrell recently on Widows in Chicago. You can watch the full interview with Liam Neeson below, with the talk on Buster Scruggs starting around the 1.40 mark.
Ah you've reminded me.Just started watching Travelers on Netflix (I never got around to it). This show is really fun so far. Two episodes in & it's off to a really great start. Very interesting premise, good characters & it's been paced pretty well. Excited to dive in to more.
Mainly what the hell was I watching and why am I enjoying this.What was your confusion?
Seeing you rave about S2 has got me very hyped :woo I've already nearly finished S1, which is pretty unheard of for me, so I'm obviously really enjoying it. It's one of the best shows I've watched on Netflix, and haven't even got to the end of the first yet. The cast is great all around.Ah you've reminded me.
So I was saying to my friend how Travelers s1 was one of my 'background shows' - that is, interesting enough to have on while doing chores etc but not enough to have my full seated attention. I watched s2 for old times' sake, and wow IMO. Blew season 1 away and I now genuinely consider it a favourite.
Also starting my rewatch of TWO TIME TWO TIME golden globe winner Marvelous Mrs Maisel IF ANYONE CARES TO JOIN ALREADY
Anything specific?Mainly what the hell was I watching and why am I enjoying this.
I've seen some crazy stuff, Urisikidoji was one of my favourites growing up and seeing a demon rape a nurse and split her in half then grow a massive penis that absorbs people was batshit, but this just seemed on another level.