What I'm watching


#3183

I’m looking forward to this. I find the Coen brothers a bit hit and miss lately so hopefully this’ll be a hit.

As soon as I’ve finished Ozark I’ll give s3 of better call Saul a go. Agree it’s a slow burner but very very good.


#3184

There are some very funny moments, violent moments, sad moments, profound observations, a fantastic script & a great cast including Tom Waits. It’s a Coen brothers film.


#3185

Suede 2hr 15min documentary on sky arts Sat at 9pm followed by them in concert


#3186

Tiger Wodds play Phil Mickelson… charmless, contrived bullshittery of the first water.


#3187

John and Yoko: Above us only sky. C4 now

Film about the making of the Imagine album. Pretty good so far.


#3188

Top Prog drummer on that album.


#3189

#3190

Who that then?


#3191

Alan White.


#3192

I had forgotten that he played on a lot of the tracks. Only the two Jims came to mind - Keltner and Gordon


#3193

Enjoyed it. A fascinating insight into Lennon


#3194

The Brink’s Job.

Never heard of this before, but I can’t believe how much of it was stolen for HEAT :grin:


#3195

Well, that got dark quickly… :grinning:


#3196

The Liam Neeson one or the wagon train?


#3197

The Liam Neeson one was properly dark.

Got me to thinkin’ what had actually happened to that articulate young fellers limbs, previously, when it got cold and the pickin’s were slim…

The wagon train was just tragic really, and the Tyne Daly one was a good slice of American Gothic.

Liked that a lot.


#3198

Not a patch on My Name Is Nobody :+1:


#3199

Ok I have to watch that now


#3200

New Vikings next week on prime.

Finished the latest Kingdom on Netflix, an improvement now that Netflix have it.


#3201

Do you mean the Last Kingdom? ie the series that was on BBC. I enjoyed the first two was waiting for another.


#3202

Louis Theroux: Altered States.
America :pensive: