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I just noticed they have added both series of The Mick. This is an absolute must-watch for any fans of Always Sunny, and is one of those rare series that gets continuously better as it goes on - season 2 is filled with some real dark comedy. I would actually go as far to say it’s better than some of the more recent Always Sunny series’


Similar to the likes of Community & The Orville, it has a few ‘safe’ episodes to start off, but then quickly finds its feet to effectively become an absurd Sweet Dee spinoff. 
 

Fox in their infinite wisdom cancelled it as they thought all the characters were completely unlikeable, which was kinda the point of the show. Everyone in it is a total asshole!

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On 15/04/2022 at 09:57, Stoppy2000 said:

Ah is it a 'comedy' bit then? 


No? They’re two different things.

 

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Rewatched Only Murders this weekend.

 

Really lost it at "Playing Fields of Gold" at the end, Martin's antics in tbe last episode and the amazing silent ep.

 

Exactly the sort of bravery Netflix haven't shown for good shows.

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I was going to say that Disney should stop doing these 5 minute Simpsons shorts with celebs and instead make a full version of Stop the Planet of the Apes, but of course it can't be done as Phil Hartman isn't around to record it 🙁

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No details on international plans or even US price yet, but they're starting to talk about the ad supported cheaper subscription. They say movies and TV shows under an hour won't have more than 4 minutes of ads. Profiles for preschoolers won't see any ads.

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Depends on how they do it. If it's ads that play before what you're watching then I might go for it if I'm looking to save money. If it's in the middle ITV style then nah.

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Also you have to wonder whether they're going to mark up that back catalogue to put the ads where they would normally go, or insert them algorithmically at stupid scene transitions like Google.

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I started the Wu-Tang docuseries last night, not a huge fan of them but do have a few songs of theirs on various playlists and like learning about the culture surrounding musical movements, not alot to go on so far as only watched the first episode but I enjoyed it enough to definitely finish what's available so far (Disney only have on season though it's apparently about to start it's third on Paramount).

 

I think the Sex Pistols docuseries is out either today or tomorrow too

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8 hours ago, wev said:

I started the Wu-Tang docuseries last night, not a huge fan of them but do have a few songs of theirs on various playlists and like learning about the culture surrounding musical movements, not alot to go on so far as only watched the first episode but I enjoyed it enough to definitely finish what's available so far (Disney only have on season though it's apparently about to start it's third on Paramount).

 


I was tempted by this, but decided to watch the excellent four-part Wu Tang documentary ‘Of Mics and Men’ instead. Gave a really good account of the various personalities and beefs that arose between them over the years. Was sad how they mostly fell out with The Rza, despite how instrumental he was their success. As usual, it all came down to the who got the C.R.E.A.M. 

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14 minutes ago, jon_cybernet said:


I was tempted by this, but decided to watch the excellent four-part Wu Tang documentary ‘Of Mics and Men’ instead. Gave a really good account of the various personalities and beefs that arose between them over the years. Was sad how they mostly fell out with The Rza, despite how instrumental he was their success. As usual, it all came down to the who got the C.R.E.A.M. 

Where can I watch this?

 

I know Wu-Tang: An American Saga is partially fictional, but it's still enjoyable, in a similar way that The Get Down was.

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I can't get used to how fast stuff is streamable these days. Was still trying to figure out a way for my sister in law to watch this at the cinema, but might as well tell her to just wait now! 

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We finished Pistol yesterday, loved it but really glad it didn’t drag things out and outstay its welcome. I was a little bit tearful at the end…I think when you have the image in your mind of those people and those events, it’s hard to think of them as basically just being kids, whereas this communicated that well.

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13 hours ago, JohnC said:

Sony Spider-Movies have started making they way in. Not all yet though. Tobey 1 + 2. Garfield 1 + 2. Holland 1.


Part of Raimi’s deal for Doctor Strange 2 was that Sony and Disney will now pretend Spider-Man 3 doesn’t exist.

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