TV The Netflix Thread

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Elmer_Judd

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I have started watching Lupin. It's really really good so far. Don't let the relative lack of big name acting talent, it feels original and a breath of fresh air, partly because it is French.

Well worth giving it a try.
 

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JimDocker

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It's in English (speaking) with subtitles for books and Hotels/Locations on the show described in French.

Watched all 5 Part 1 episodes in one sitting, plenty of plot twists and character development along the way,
I just watched Lupin. Very stylish and a lot of fun. I watched it in French with English subtitles.
 

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The Ripper. I'm almost finished it. Pretty good documentary, but so far, not as critical of the police as it should be. They made a hash of everything. Were judgemental about the victims and went off in completely the wrong direction with their investigation.
 

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We watched a 2018 Aussie movie tonight called The Merger about a country AFL footy team that's facing merging or closure. Highly recommend it if you haven't seen it. Full of that great dry Aussie humor and some good feels too. Gives you a little footy fix too.
 
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So Netflix is pumping out more than one movie a week for the year, 71 in total, starting with outside the Wire with Anthony Mackie. Biggest names seem to be Red Notice with the Rock, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, and Don't Look Up with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, there's a Jane Campion movie and Lin Manuel Miranda adaptation, Army of the Dead by Zack Snyder. Certainly looks to be some dross among the lost, which would be impossible to avoid. It's certainly ambitious.
 

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