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What are you watching?
One Spare Part
briggsy1 wrote:

Did Adam Ant name himself after the tv series Adam Adamant I wonder?

Well if Jethro Tull can name themselves after the inventor of the seed drill,anything is possible. Oops
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rojkerr1
and don't even mention Steely Dan...lol
 
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Naughty!
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Child Of Auron
Season 3 of Birds of a Feather.

The first episode was a bit weak with very obvious canned laughter however the second episode certainly picked up. I think it is this season or the next where my favourite episodes appear...
 
rojkerr1
I love a very well read and erudite person. Burroughs is a wild ride tho'
 
One Spare Part
rojkerr1 wrote:

I love a very well read and erudite person. Burroughs is a wild ride tho'

If you are referring to me...Grin...I am not well read in particular. I was Blinkist before it was invented! Shock
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rojkerr1
lol
 
BradPaula
Watched 'The Nutcracker: In Four Realms" last evening. It was visually stunning and a nice story line. Liked it. Then after, three episodes of Fireball XL5.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
RichardMk2
I've just been watching Dino Sapiens, a CBBC series, joint Anglo-Canadian production. It's about some kids on camp in N America who find that dinosaurs are not totally extinct. It was a random purchase in CEX, Chippenham on Saturday. I figured for 50p I couldn't go wrong! It sort of reminded me of Dr Who: The Silurians but also contains elements of Conan Doyle's The Lost World in it. An enjoyable watch: 12 x 25 minutes episodes.
 
sweevo
FINALLY saw Bohemian Rhapsody tonight... as a die-hard Queen fan, it's a bit anticlimactic, but I'm glad to have seen it. It hits most of the right spots - the band's personalities, their highs and lows and it shows a vulnerable, human side to Freddie Mercury, which earned star Rami Malek an Oscar (nomination, at least - not sure if he won it).
 
BradPaula
sweevo wrote:

FINALLY saw Bohemian Rhapsody tonight... as a die-hard Queen fan, it's a bit anticlimactic, but I'm glad to have seen it. It hits most of the right spots - the band's personalities, their highs and lows and it shows a vulnerable, human side to Freddie Mercury, which earned star Rami Malek an Oscar (nomination, at least - not sure if he won it).


Sweevo- there is a rumour that there will be a sequel to this film. Didn't hear any specifics, but because the first film was so popular, they are thinking of making another.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
One Spare Part
BradPaula wrote:

sweevo wrote:

FINALLY saw Bohemian Rhapsody tonight... as a die-hard Queen fan, it's a bit anticlimactic, but I'm glad to have seen it. It hits most of the right spots - the band's personalities, their highs and lows and it shows a vulnerable, human side to Freddie Mercury, which earned star Rami Malek an Oscar (nomination, at least - not sure if he won it).


Sweevo- there is a rumour that there will be a sequel to this film. Didn't hear any specifics, but because the first film was so popular, they are thinking of making another.

Oh good grief I hope not! I can only imagine what they would put in it. It took me ages to work up the nerve to see this film cos I was scared they would be mean to Fredddie. I needn't have worried but it was a film for fans rather than a brutal biased view. Glossed over and incorrect in parts but done with love.
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rojkerr1
Not seen yet, remember being appalled by how thin he was in his last video
 
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rojkerr1 wrote:

Not seen yet, remember being appalled by how thin he was in his last video

The film is all pre illness,ends at Live Aid.
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rojkerr1
my friend Mary was in the Drs tent at live aid, she said people could have died during queens set and she wouldn't have noticed...
 
One Spare Part
I felt the same way watching it on the telly. The tea coukd have burnt and brought the house down with it. Lol
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Child Of Auron
Started the sixth series of The Two Ronnies
 
Vanessa Doffenshmirtz
rojkerr1 wrote:

Not seen yet, remember being appalled by how thin he was in his last video


I saw the "Slightly Mad" vid on ToTP and said to Dr Doff.."He's not got much longer." It was pretty obvious Freddie was close to death.
I used to be such a sweet sweet thing
Till they got a hold of me.
 
BradPaula
"The Black Rose' a 1950 Tyrone Power horrible movie. That's two hours of my life I'll never get back!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
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Child Of Auron wrote:

Started the sixth series of The Two Ronnies

I admire your ability to stick with a series when you say you are going to do a start to finish rewatch. I am very easily distracted. I start watching Buffy, then someone mentions The Champions...Callan...Merlin...BSG...it goes on. I end up with box sets piled up on the floor. Clutter free I am not.
Incidentally, if you are on the Ts now what is your early part of the alphabet next rewatch?
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