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  1. Interesting article for those who have already watched finale. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/18/mad-men-finale_n_7303870.html
  2. Very surreal episode. The characters are losing their grip and struggling to cope with changing times. Ironically, all except Roger!
  3. Still loving this. Are there any TV shows left for adults once this is finished?!!
  4. Just finished this show. Completely magnificent. Gonna miss all of the characters, especially bubbles and Omar.
  5. 2 thumbs up. Held my interest throughout. I was with him on that boat. :-)
  6. Agree. Very well written and insightful. 'Mad Men' just gets more and more entertaining. This season has been a delight. I just can't guess where it's going and that is quite rare for any tv show. Only 2 more episodes :-(
  7. I think this is simply a numbers game. Amiga had around 4000 officially released games. Megadrive and SNES only had around 800 each. GIven the ability to monitor quality control on the proprietary console formats then it's a no-brainer that far more dodgy games would be released on the Amiga. I would wager that the Amiga also had more great games than either console. I really don't think the top 50 games on each platform would show the Amiga to be inferior. Just different. The Amiga version of Rodland was an exquisite platformer. :-)
  8. Touching and humorous in a nearly perfect balance I'd say now that I've watched the last episode. :-)
  9. Loving this. Perfect tone. Humorous but poignant. :-)
  10. Hilarious episode. Laughed from beginning to end. Jez's 'life-coaching' of the friend was priceless. 'Did I say Snow Patrol?'
  11. stefmcd

    Jamie Lidell

    lol - Exactly why I'm loathe to offer an opinion on music I haven't heard about 5 or 6 times over a couple of weeks period. I've had too many 'about-turns' in the past. :-)
  12. Just got this album - didn't know it had been released till yesterday! Good first impressions. :-)
  13. Much better than 2, far worse than 1, not quite as good as 3. 6.5/10 :-)
  14. 2 Kurt Russell films: Soldier 3000 miles to graceland Loved em both!
  15. Superb! Lets all bow down and pray for a quickly arriving season 9. :-)
  16. I think my favorite part of the last episode is the indiscreet therapist. Something in the recesses of my mind suggested it had been done somewhere b4 - but I doubt as well! :-)
  17. I had same issue - on an imac. Previous two episodes caused problems. For those I downloaded par files again and recovered each. I couldn't get that to work with s0808, so, resorted to..... isohunt!
  18. Sorry fishyfish - meant to pos ur op but negd it instead - shitty wee phone screen!
  19. Superb film & well worth buying on bluray - looks glorious in hidef. Cited by Scorsese as one of his favourites and a formative influence on his career. :-)
  20. A recent pleasure for me is Alan Tews funky soundtrack to 'the hanging man'. Superb driving music. :-)
  21. I've been arguing this point for years with others. The irony of the Roy displaying more humanity than Deckard (in saving his life) is, in my opinion, one of the film's key themes. It is totally void if Deckard is a replicant.
  22. Just superb. Larry doing what he does best: offending, weazling, harranging, then getting caught. It doesn't get any better. :-)
  23. I'm enjoying it but I think Lordcookie has hit on an unnecessary plot element. A focus on the day to day newsroom activities could've been more effective. Still, it's quality drama with top production values and good acting so...... mustn't grumble. :-)
  24. Felt quite dated this week. In fact I could hear Costanza delivering some of Larry's lines!! Still pleanty of laughs. Suzie lookin thru window - priceless! :-)
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