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    If you're into the art of film, I've been enjoying "The Story of Film" documentary series. Takes a bit to get used narrator's lilting Irish, but overall it's very interesting.

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    Jiro Dreams of Sushi

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    Watched "Deep Water" last night about this guy who is one of 9 men in 1968 taking part in a non-stop around the world sailing experience. Pretty fascinating.

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    Watched "Deep Water" last night about this guy who is one of 9 men in 1968 taking part in a non-stop around the world sailing experience. Pretty fascinating.

    He had no sailing experience whatsoever.

    Definitely recommend this!

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    May have already been mentioned, but Four Lions is good. It's a little unsettling, especially since the Boston Marathon bombing, but it's well written.

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    Top of the Lake is really good. It stars Peggy from Mad Men as an Aussie/Kiwi investigator in rural NZ. Amazing landscapes and cinematography, slow deliberate pace, and crazy accents.

    Plus it's only 7 episodes, so it's not a huge time sink.

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    That's a huge deal for Netflix. That model has a lot of promise.

    Dreamworks must think Turbo will be huge if they already announced a TV show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDeac View Post
    That's a huge deal for Netflix. That model has a lot of promise.

    Dreamworks must think Turbo will be huge if they already announced a TV show.
    Or they are hedging their bets since they have already paid for the character design, concepts, animation, etc.

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    True. Dreamworks does that more than the other big animation studios though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinochadeac View Post
    He had no sailing experience whatsoever.

    Definitely recommend this!
    Agree. Was a great movie.

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    Caught the first few episodes of The Good Guys this weekend. It's pretty good for a show that got cancelled so quickly.

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    Black Books is hilarious.

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    Just watched the BBC series 'The Fall' starring Gillian Anderson(Agent Scully from the X-Files). Gillian plays a Homicide Detective attempting to solve a serial killer case in Belfast. The first season was only 5 episodes so it moves quickly. But be forewarned that due to cast commitments the 2nd season will not air until the end of 2014.

    Here's some background on the series:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fall_%28TV_series%29

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    Is the entire Doctor Who on Netflix?

    Watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi last night, great rec!

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    Is the entire Doctor Who on Netflix?
    I don't belive season 7 is on Netflix yet.

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    I think someone on here may have recommended the Inbetweeners, but I started watching that some last week, and it's pretty hilarious.

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    I think someone on here may have recommended the Inbetweeners, but I started watching that some last week, and it's pretty hilarious.
    Your boy buckets! I found it really funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattwfu99 View Post
    I think someone on here may have recommended the Inbetweeners, but I started watching that some last week, and it's pretty hilarious.

    The series is pretty darn funny but I just watched the grand finale movie(they all graduate and go on holiday) which was just added by Netflix and it kind of sucked.

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    Watched Death Race 2000 for the first time in 25+ years great flick from the early 70s depicting the year 2000 and a National race across country where you run over as many people along the way. One of Sly Stalone's first movies, and a great boobie movie for an 8 year old to watch on this new channel called "HBO" some years back.

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