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5 minutes ago, Capella said:

It’ll be on Disney + this Friday for no charge - just FYI 

Just remembered we don't have Disney+

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2 hours ago, Raging weasel said:

Was going to watch this until I saw it's $20. That's more than it costs to see a IMAX 3D movie at the theater.

Now imagine a family of 4 or 6 getting to watch it for that same $20

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2 hours ago, belljr said:

All current in theater movies are that much

I get what they are trying to do, but Joe American is bad at math.  

I think more are in the "screw that, it will be streaming soon" and less are in "good deal, it would cost my family $50 to see it in the theater" camp.  

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1 hour ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

Now imagine a family of 4 or 6 getting to watch it for that same $20

Were you planning on seeing that movie in the theater? 

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2 hours ago, El Floppo said:

Just remembered we don't have Disney+

The crappiness of Mando made you pull the plug on the service? 

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2 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

The crappiness of Mando made you pull the plug on the service? 

We had a free month or something. After bailing on Mando, yeah...done.

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3 minutes ago, El Floppo said:

We had a free month or something. After bailing on Mando, yeah...done.

Same.  Even the 5 year old barely watched anything.  She likes shows on NF a lot more.  

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1 hour ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

Now imagine a family of 4 or 6 getting to watch it for that same $20

Being just the 2 of us and my wife rarely sitting in front of the tv for a whole movie this didn't occur to me. As a family activity in these times I guess $20 isn't bad.

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5 minutes ago, Raging weasel said:

Being just the 2 of us and my wife rarely sitting in front of the tv for a whole movie this didn't occur to me. As a family activity in these times I guess $20 isn't bad.

I was thinking about it, and cant think of much I would do this for with the family.  Maybe something like Star Wars, but 0 chance they do it with something like that, they are just moving the huge releases until later in the year.  I think for stuff like Invisible Man, they were doing it to try to recoup losses of movies thst were in the theaters when this stuff started happening.

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16 hours ago, tamales said:

Streamed Invisible Man On Demand and I have to say it was one of the better movies I've seen in a really long time. 

we watched this last night. not bad. better than i went in expecting.

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3 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

Same.  Even the 5 year old barely watched anything.  She likes shows on NF a lot more.  

Disney cancelled the Mandalorian? I thought that was a big hit. 

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Do I need to watch this tiger guy? What is this stupid #### anyway?

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31 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Disney cancelled the Mandalorian? I thought that was a big hit. 

No way, we just didn't like it.  

Really not enough on there to justify keeping it for us.  

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4 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

No way, we just didn't like it.  

Really not enough on there to justify keeping it for us.  

Gotcha, saw the "bailing on mando" part you quoted and thought it was Disney who had. I am shocked that another Star Wars thing was bad. The day after Jedi was release, George Lucas should have walked off into the sun. 

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7 minutes ago, Ilov80s said:

Gotcha, saw the "bailing on mando" part you quoted and thought it was Disney who had. I am shocked that another Star Wars thing was bad. The day after Jedi was release, George Lucas should have walked off into the sun. 

Nah was joking with Floppo.  

To be clear with the bolded, he and I seem to be in a clear minority that didn't like it.  

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2 minutes ago, KarmaPolice said:

Nah was joking with Floppo.  

To be clear with the bolded, he and I seem to be in a clear minority that didn't like it.  

Yeah, I know it was a hit. The baby puppet was cute. Best thing I've seen from the Star Wars uni since the Ewoks. 

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I don’t do drugs but if I did then Happy season 2 would have me really f’d up. Fun show

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5 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

Were you planning on seeing that movie in the theater? 

Invisible Man? Might have, we go once or twice a month usually. $20 for two people still isn't bad but yeah it seems like the type of movie a lot of people will just wait until it's streaming. 

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1 minute ago, ConnSKINS26 said:

Invisible Man? Might have, we go once or twice a month usually. $20 for two people still isn't bad but yeah it seems like the type of movie a lot of people will just wait until it's streaming. 

For sure it's a good deal if that's something that you would do anyway.  

I think they have toyed with a similar mode for movies in the theater,  and I just don't see how it would work. I think once you get to the point that it's the same as a month or two of NF, I think people will balk at that - again, probably not taking the time to do the math and realizing that a family might be dropping $50+ easily when they go out.  

MAYBE so of that mindset will change as more and more services pop up, fracture, and fight over the rights for shows and movies.   It's already a crapshoot if a movie you want to see will eventually be on a service that you have.   These streaming services really are geared towards shows and their own content. 

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18 minutes ago, JB Breakfast Club said:

Watched 2011 movie, Hot Rod. Funniest movie I've seen in a long time. Not a TV show but it is on Netflix. 

Love Hot Rod.  

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2 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

Nah was joking with Floppo.  

To be clear with the bolded, he and I seem to be in a clear minority that didn't like it.  

My kids liked it more than me. For me it was decent enough but if it weren’t for the stay at home, I would have cancelled. We watch Netflix way more and Prime and HBO Go are free for me. I got Apple TV for free for a year too. Disney and Apple would be first to go.

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2 hours ago, stbugs said:

My kids liked it more than me. For me it was decent enough but if it weren’t for the stay at home, I would have cancelled. We watch Netflix way more and Prime and HBO Go are free for me. I got Apple TV for free for a year too. Disney and Apple would be first to go.

I will admit that some of it is me filtering my preferences and trying to steer her towards stuff that I can tolerate watching too.   Disney stuff has always grated on me a bit.  For us currently nothing beats the NF options of:  Ask the Storybots, Chip and Potato, Llama Llama, Ollie and Moon, and PJ Masks.   Hulu has Doc McStuffins and Curious George if we need something different.  

For those with young kids, our weird family can't get enough of Ask the Storybots on NF.   IMO one of the better shows that I have watched with either kid at a young age.  Just a little weird, but love that they actually talk science and have guest that the parents will laugh at like Snoop Dogg and Keven Smith.   Premise is kids ask questions (why is the sky blue, how to cell phones work, etc.. ) and bots go out into the world to find the answer.  

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We're watching S2 of the CBS Star trek series. 2 in and it's quite good. Like the cast a lot (outside of the "funny" young red head) and feel like it hits the highs of previous star treks in terms of writing, characters, action, plot- per ep, and season arc.

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Streamed Invisible Man for free on my firestick and wanted a refund of some sort when it was over. Terrible movie IMO.

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9 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

I will admit that some of it is me filtering my preferences and trying to steer her towards stuff that I can tolerate watching too.   Disney stuff has always grated on me a bit.  For us currently nothing beats the NF options of:  Ask the Storybots, Chip and Potato, Llama Llama, Ollie and Moon, and PJ Masks.   Hulu has Doc McStuffins and Curious George if we need something different.  

For those with young kids, our weird family can't get enough of Ask the Storybots on NF.   IMO one of the better shows that I have watched with either kid at a young age.  Just a little weird, but love that they actually talk science and have guest that the parents will laugh at like Snoop Dogg and Keven Smith.   Premise is kids ask questions (why is the sky blue, how to cell phones work, etc.. ) and bots go out into the world to find the answer.  

Storybots sounds great.

Maybe similar from when my oldest was just a bit younger (12 now)...If yo Gabba Gabba exists in the netz somewhere, I highly advise you seek it out. As a music guy- Jack's Big Music Show was also great. 

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6 hours ago, Wingnut said:

Streamed Invisible Man for free on my firestick and wanted a refund of some sort when it was over. Terrible movie IMO.

I thought Invisible Man was a decent movie.  Very entertaining.

But when you're done watching and start thinking about it, there were many different things that could be rightfully criticized.

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We watched Spenser Confidential on Netflix last night and enjoyed it.  It's your typical cop action/comedy movie....think a weaker version of Lethal Weapon or Last Boy Scout. 

And it looks like there will be additional "Spenser" movies on Netflix in the future.

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23 minutes ago, eoMMan said:

We watched Spenser Confidential on Netflix last night and enjoyed it.  It's your typical cop action/comedy movie....think a weaker version of Lethal Weapon or Last Boy Scout. 

And it looks like there will be additional "Spenser" movies on Netflix in the future.

A weaker Last Boy Scout? Oh boy.

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2 hours ago, eoMMan said:

We watched Spenser Confidential on Netflix last night and enjoyed it.  It's your typical cop action/comedy movie....think a weaker version of Lethal Weapon or Last Boy Scout. 

And it looks like there will be additional "Spenser" movies on Netflix in the future.

I would put it in the Spencer for hire category 🙂

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0088612/

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I just realized Mentalist is now on Amazon Prime.  I could watch that show through the end of the shut-down.

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2 hours ago, eoMMan said:

We watched Spenser Confidential on Netflix last night and enjoyed it.  It's your typical cop action/comedy movie....think a weaker version of Lethal Weapon or Last Boy Scout. 

And it looks like there will be additional "Spenser" movies on Netflix in the future.

 

37 minutes ago, belljr said:

I would put it in the Spencer for hire category 🙂

https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0088612/

I commented earlier in this thread.  The series of novels this show (and the old Bob Ulrich series) are based on are excellent.  Quick, fun, smart, PI mysteries.  Could and SHOULD be a series right up there with some of the best tv of the last several years.  Instead....this.  Ugh.

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2 minutes ago, facook said:

 

I commented earlier in this thread.  The series of novels this show (and the old Bob Ulrich series) are based on are excellent.  Quick, fun, smart, PI mysteries.  Could and SHOULD be a series right up there with some of the best tv of the last several years.  Instead....this.  Ugh.

I actually have a few of the Robert Parker paperbacks laying around that I read years ago.

Not sure if I would envision Wahlberg in the role. For some reason, I thought Spenser would be older.

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2 minutes ago, eoMMan said:

I actually have a few of the Robert Parker paperbacks laying around that I read years ago.

Not sure if I would envision Wahlberg in the role. For some reason, I thought Spenser would be older.

For sure.  And taller than 5'6".  🙂 

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We went a few more episodes into "Tiger King" last night. As a documentary, this does feel like it is very Errol Morris in how it's constructing the narrative and playing with the audience. I'm not sure that bothers me but it's an interesting choice.

Speaking of homages, we watched "Super 8" last night. I saw it a few years back, forgot most of it, and felt like it was high quality enough to revisit. It still holds up as a very good early film for JJ Abrams. He's such a confident and steady hand with storytelling - written and visual here - that it's a delight still. That said, early criticism of him as someone that tends to imitate rather than innovate is on full display here.  He's doing Speilberg - somewhere between CEoTK and ET - here while also throwing some love to Speilberg-y directors like Zemekis and Dante too. 

 

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1 hour ago, eoMMan said:

I actually have a few of the Robert Parker paperbacks laying around that I read years ago.

Not sure if I would envision Wahlberg in the role. For some reason, I thought Spenser would be older.

Bob Urich is the only Spenser, as far as I'm concerned.

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Just heard Kim's Convenience season 4 is up Wed 4/1.  :thumbup:

Definitely the right kind of really funny (but also feel-good) comedy to watch with the family right now.  Episodes are only ~20 min each, so easy to try out if you haven't yet. I think it's pretty underrated. 

 

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I just finished watching the second episode of Season 2 of Kidding starting Jim Carrey. I'm debating about watching the remaining episodes. Should I continue on with the rest of the season?

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31 minutes ago, northern exposure said:

I just finished watching the second episode of Season 2 of Kidding starting Jim Carrey. I'm debating about watching the remaining episodes. Should I continue on with the rest of the season?

I couldn't get into that show

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I know alot of people are digging hunters on amazon.  Cant put my finger on it but it's just not for me.  Got like 4 episodes in and gave up.  Kinda weird cause I usually love everything ww2 but just something about the pace, story, characters in this show just didnt do it for me.  

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6 hours ago, eoMMan said:

I thought Invisible Man was a decent movie.  Very entertaining.

But when you're done watching and start thinking about it, there were many different things that could be rightfully criticized.

I thought Invisible man was good. My only major problem is I still see Emoss as Peggy. 

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1 minute ago, Barry said:

I thought Invisible man was good. My only major problem is I still see Emoss as Peggy. 

ALWAYS. I even call her Peggy when talking to my wife about the movie. 
 

 

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8 hours ago, eoMMan said:

We watched Spenser Confidential on Netflix last night and enjoyed it.  It's your typical cop action/comedy movie....think a weaker version of Lethal Weapon or Last Boy Scout. 

And it looks like there will be additional "Spenser" movies on Netflix in the future.

I used to read Robert Parker “Spenser” novels as a kid. They’re like 50 of them. Plenty of sequel opportunities. 
 

ETA: saw this has been covered. 

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Just finished The Sinner season two. Pretty good follow up to season one. 
 

Both seasons do an absolutely wonderful job building up the suspense in the first few episodes. Both somewhat flail about at the end but it’s gotta be difficult carrying it through. 

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17 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

I will admit that some of it is me filtering my preferences and trying to steer her towards stuff that I can tolerate watching too.   Disney stuff has always grated on me a bit.  For us currently nothing beats the NF options of:  Ask the Storybots, Chip and Potato, Llama Llama, Ollie and Moon, and PJ Masks.   Hulu has Doc McStuffins and Curious George if we need something different.  

For those with young kids, our weird family can't get enough of Ask the Storybots on NF.   IMO one of the better shows that I have watched with either kid at a young age.  Just a little weird, but love that they actually talk science and have guest that the parents will laugh at like Snoop Dogg and Keven Smith.   Premise is kids ask questions (why is the sky blue, how to cell phones work, etc.. ) and bots go out into the world to find the answer.  

My youngest is 12, so not quite in your boat. That said, all boys who grew up on Marvel and Star Wars so they like those kind of movies. I wasn't a fan of the Ewoks, so while I liked baby Yoda, the Mandalorian was definitely more Phantom Menace than Empire Strikes Back to me.

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1 hour ago, Zow said:

Just finished The Sinner season two. Pretty good follow up to season one. 
 

Both seasons do an absolutely wonderful job building up the suspense in the first few episodes. Both somewhat flail about at the end but it’s gotta be difficult carrying it through. 

Season 3,IMO, was a big swing and a miss..  disappointing as I really enjoyed the first two. :kicksrock:

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The Five is pretty decent... 5-6 episodes in now. nothing amazing or overly memorable, but a good watch.

very "the sinner" esque

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19 hours ago, KarmaPolice said:

I will admit that some of it is me filtering my preferences and trying to steer her towards stuff that I can tolerate watching too.   Disney stuff has always grated on me a bit.  For us currently nothing beats the NF options of:  Ask the Storybots, Chip and Potato, Llama Llama, Ollie and Moon, and PJ Masks.   Hulu has Doc McStuffins and Curious George if we need something different.  

For those with young kids, our weird family can't get enough of Ask the Storybots on NF.   IMO one of the better shows that I have watched with either kid at a young age.  Just a little weird, but love that they actually talk science and have guest that the parents will laugh at like Snoop Dogg and Keven Smith.   Premise is kids ask questions (why is the sky blue, how to cell phones work, etc.. ) and bots go out into the world to find the answer.  

I agree on Disney for the most part, however we found Bluey on there by accident and it’s wonderful.  Sad it’s only 1 season so far...this is for the youngins’, by the way, the 4-6 range 

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Just starting "War of the Worlds" 7 part on EPIX (whatever the hell that is).

So far so good.

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