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    Quote Originally Posted by lokisapocalypse View Post
    I just finished up Fullmetal Alchemist. Its very good if you are into anime.
    Funimation's website has a ton of free streaming content as well, both subbed and dubbed (I can't stand English dubbing, which seems to be all that Netflix offers). Check out Darker Than Black and Black Lagoon if you liked FMA.

    Like the British cop shows/crime dramas, there are so many unbelievably good anime series out there.
    Last edited by KickballDeac; 07-30-2013 at 08:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Say Hey Deac View Post
    I thought House of Cards was okay, but I feel like it's vastly overrated simply because of Spacey and because Fincher directed the first 2 episodes. Never got behind Spacey's asides directly into the camera. Overall, I just felt like it was a show that tried to hit all the tropes of a "prestige" TV show, but the parts didn't add up to a satisfying whole.
    Agreed. It's only 13 episodes, but still, watch something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayettenam View Post
    Just watched Dear Zachary. Pretty intense.
    Brutal.

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    I forgot Top of the Lake. It's weird, but about as good as streaming television gets... It's somewhere between Twin Peaks, The Sweet Hereafter, and Lone Star, IMO. I sat down on a Sunday night to watch and before I knew it, it was 5 am.
    We're going to be good again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go View Post

    I have an HBO doc recommendation, not sure if its on Netflix yet. It about snowboarder Kevin Pearce called "The Crash Reel." Sucked me in and never looked back.
    Awesome documentary. Thanks for the recommendation. A must watch if you have HBO.

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    The wife and I saved the last episode of Orange is the New Black for tonight

    hope it doesn't disappoint

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marquee Moon View Post
    The wife and I saved the last episode of Orange is the New Black for tonight

    hope it doesn't disappoint
    it doesn't

    watched the crash reel last night, good recommendation, it was really good

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    The Zappa making of Overnight Sensation was pretty cool.

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    I just received an email from Netflix that season five of breaking bad is now available for download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomadic View Post
    I just received an email from Netflix that season five of breaking bad is now available for download.
    The AMC shows usually are available about a week before the new season starts.

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    Just finished the five episodes of The Fall, the BBC series starring Gillian Anderson. Still not sure how I felt about it. Generally liked it, but has some flaws. Not sure if I will go back if it comes back.

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    My thoughts, as well. I'm definitely going to watch the beginning of the next series, but I'll be interested to see how they build on the plot from the first. There's a lot there, though, and the writing is pretty great at times. It's also nice seeing Scully back on screen, not to mention a show that's based in Northern Ireland.
    We're going to be good again.

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    Here are the top 50 films in the last 24 hours. Looking forward to watching Zodiac. They've also added a ton of James Bond films. Usually the recent additions are near the top.
    Zodiac 2007 ▲50
    The Breakfast Club 1985 ▲49
    Event Horizon 1997 ▲48
    Zack and Miri Make a Porno 2008 ▲47
    Stargate 1994 ▲46
    Titanic 1997 ▲45
    Days of Thunder 1990 ▲44
    Desperado 1995 ▲43
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 1968 ▲42
    Clockers 1995 ▲41
    Best Worst Movie 2009 ▲40
    Born on the Fourth of July 1989 ▲39
    Blown Away 1994 ▲38
    Night Watch 2005 ▲37
    Do the Right Thing 1989 ▲36
    Far and Away 1992 ▲35
    Saved! 2004 ▲34
    GoldenEye 1995 ▲33
    Rollerball 1975 ▲32
    Piranha 1978 ▲31
    Dr. No 1962 ▲30
    Ghoulies 1985 ▲29
    Waking Ned Devine 1998 ▲28
    Tabloid 2010 ▲27
    Diamonds Are Forever 1971 ▲26
    The Prince of Egypt 1998 ▲25
    Deathstalker 1983 ▲24
    Prozac Nation 2001 ▲23
    From Russia with Love 1963 ▲22
    Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 ▲21
    Funeral Kings 2012 ▲20
    Delirious 1991 ▲19
    Barracuda 1978 ▲18
    The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations 2009 ▲17
    Goldfinger 1964 ▲16
    The World Is Not Enough 1999 ▲15
    Arthur and the Invisibles 2006 ▲14
    Abduction of Eden 2012 ▲13
    Never Say Never Again 1983 ▲12
    On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1969 ▲11
    Moonraker 1979 ▲10
    Thunderball 1965 ▲9
    You Only Live Twice 1967 ▲8
    For Your Eyes Only 1981 ▲7
    Live and Let Die 1973 ▲6
    The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 ▲5
    Munger Road 2011 ▲4
    Attack of the Crab Monsters 1957 ▲3
    The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 ▲2
    Rob Schneider: Soy Sauce and the Holocaust

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    Oh yeah, Waking Ned Devine is also in the top 50. Noticed a few people talking about that in the funniest movie thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckets View Post
    it doesn't

    watched the crash reel last night, good recommendation, it was really good
    Great ending

    Like watching lectro pummel wrangor, no?

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    I really liked Orange, felt like it got a slight rut but really built a good foundation.

    Def interested in hearing more about these people and their backgrounds

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    Feinburg and Sepinwall are killing Jason Biggs character, totally disagree with them. I thought he acted like a normal human being would

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go View Post
    Feinburg and Sepinwall are killing Jason Biggs character, totally disagree with them. I thought he acted like a normal human being would

    Jason Biggs is Jason Biggs. He's a one trick pony. Every time he's on screen I think that I'm watching American Pie again.

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    I thought Biggs played the role well in OitNB and agree with you Go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strickland33 View Post
    I forgot Top of the Lake. It's weird, but about as good as streaming television gets... It's somewhere between Twin Peaks, The Sweet Hereafter, and Lone Star, IMO. I sat down on a Sunday night to watch and before I knew it, it was 5 am.
    Watched the pilot of this on Sunday night. Other than Elizabeth Moss's miserable New Zealand accent, I thought it was intriguing. Beautiful art direction. I just dont understand why they chose her instead of an actress from NZ for that role.

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