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Watched part one tonight, looking forward to parts two and three.
 
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Watched The Grey on Sky today, don't know what to make of it. :?
Just been looking it up on the Internet, strange how you have to sit through the end credits to then see what I presume is the alpha wolf dead? I recorded it so I could watch it several times. Wonder if there will be a The Grey 2?
 

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OMG !!! i'm watching the all new trisha right now & it's about an 18 year old girl who eats sponges, trisha took her backstage to show her how much sponges she eats in a year, she actually got excited & wanted to take it home & said "what you going to do with it all".
 

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Lost Angeles said:
Les Misrables at the pics.

The wife and son were not impressed, I thoroughly enjoyed it, although Master Of The House was poor. On My Own was brilliant.

We all love the stageshow.
Saw it on Saturday with my wife and eldest daughter, all 3 of us enjoyed it with my wife reaching for the tissues at the end
 

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mitch65 said:
Lost Angeles said:
Les Misrables at the pics.

The wife and son were not impressed, I thoroughly enjoyed it, although Master Of The House was poor. On My Own was brilliant.

We all love the stageshow.
Saw it on Saturday with my wife and eldest daughter, all 3 of us enjoyed it with my wife reaching for the tissues at the end
Why was les so miserable, what made him upset or is that giving away spoilers. :?
 

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simonlewis said:
mitch65 said:
Lost Angeles said:
Les Misrables at the pics.

The wife and son were not impressed, I thoroughly enjoyed it, although Master Of The House was poor. On My Own was brilliant.

We all love the stageshow.
Saw it on Saturday with my wife and eldest daughter, all 3 of us enjoyed it with my wife reaching for the tissues at the end
Why was les so miserable, what made him upset or is that giving away spoilers. :?
No he was miserable because I missed an E out of his surname, I've just noticed my typing error.:oops: :cry:
 

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I've just finished a bit of a Homeland-a-thon. I was only going to watch one or two episodes, but I got so gripped I ended up watching the last 9!

My eyes are square (well 16:9 shaped) and I'm feeling a little depressed, I think I need a hug... or a good strong drink!
 

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Just started watching 'The Following', a very good new series on Sky

Also watched a great British movie called 'Wild Bill"

 
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Day off work because of the snow, so decided to ease into the day with this. Fantastic film.

 

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Went to see Wreck it Ralph, which was excellent with a very good story and plot twist to it.



Before it was a short called Paperman, the sound track for which is wonderful

 
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6th.replicant said:
Yay! o /

Series 4 of gritty Paris-set - Canal+, BBC, et al, co-production - cop show Spiral (aka Engrenages) is on BBC 4/iPlayer. Just watched episodes 1 and 2 - clickety

As ever, it's not for the squeamish... :eek:
Tried to watch this last night, but fell asleep. From what I did manage to see, it looks like there is some kind of investigation into something that happened in series 3 going on.

Would it be a good idea to watch the 3 previous series first do you think?
 

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BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:
6th.replicant said:
Yay! o /

Series 4 of gritty Paris-set - Canal+, BBC, et al, co-production - cop show Spiral (aka Engrenages) is on BBC 4/iPlayer. Just watched episodes 1 and 2 - clickety

As ever, it's not for the squeamish... :eek:
Tried to watch this last night, but fell asleep. From what I did manage to see, it looks like there is some kind of investigation into something that happened in series 3 going on.

Would it be a good idea to watch the 3 previous series first do you think?
Plot-wise, it's arguably not 100% vital, but for understanding the characters' back-stories and, in turn, appreciating their depth, which is one of the writing's main strenghts, I'd definitely watch the previous 3 - all of which are excellent.

The 1-3 DVD boxset is £22 from Amazon or £20.99 from Sainsbury's (incl 40 Nectar points - huzzah!).

Wikipedia's overview is actually quite useful and its précis of each series is spoiler-free - apart from series 3's, which is riddled with spoilers - clickety.
 
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At the cinema this afternoon. Quite slow paced, but moody, and interesting.

 

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