Discussion in 'TV Shows, Movies & Books' started by kafiv, Oct 26, 2011.
Looks like it has potential
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Ken Kesey, Neal Cassady, and a big group take a bus cross country tripping on acid the entire time.
"Baskets of Unicorns" Cowboys and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia under documentaries will show you how to party
Two of the most discussed docs in old row history.. Thanks for the tip, clown.
I will catch up on my old row history... sorry to displease you
A UK comedy series that I have watched recently. Runs 7 seasons (all on netflix) but each season only has about 6 or 7 episodes. It is a standard odd-couple routine-two guys with opposite world views, but both are incredibly neurotic. The acting and writing are both really good. It seems as of late the trend of comedy television is to make situations as awkward as possible, and this show does the best job of that I've seen in recently. They are able to make normal things awkward, and craft the most absurd situations without it feeling like they are trying to force it, which is the problem I have with most "awkward comedy" today.
Sounds like "Perfect Strangers"
Battle Royale (hunger games "inspiration") is on instant. Pretty good foreign film. VERY Japanese. Frustrating that no one ever runs out of ammo or tries shooting anyone in the head, but there are much worse ways to kill 2 hours.
Really black comedy. Recommend.
I second that. Battle Royale is a great fucking movie. You just have to get past the aforementioned Japanese part.
The Devils Double.
I didn't really think about it until you said that, but the writers probably drew heavily from perfect strangers. The actual structure/premise of the show isn't anything new, I just think it was well done.
Pretty interesting. Johnston is a folk music "legend" from Austin in his hay day. A lot of acclaimed musicians celebrate his music however I think its crap. Some writing may be good but the majority of the songs are completely unlistenable. Cool doc about an eccentric cult success.
On starz on demand
Dude, I watched that peep brit show you suggested and only made it 4 mins in before I had to turn that shit off.. Camera perspective part of the show pissed me off.
One brit show I did catch was in-betweeners and got a few laughs from that. Its like Britain's Telly version of superbad. Cheerio.
Great documentary. Pretty cool to see an actor be passionate about a hobby.
I was surprised at how good this movie was
Eerily similar to what happened at that movie theater in Colorado.
Rampage is awesome.
The Burn Notice is pretty solid
Not on netflix but:
The Good, The Bad, and The Weird.
Korean movies, so it's got english subtitles. One action packed scene after another.
Wrong thread, guy
Using the etc. part of the thread title
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