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NZPhenom
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/23 00:12:08 (permalink)
Yeah it's fucking great huh. Didn't want it to end.
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/07/25 19:19:00 (permalink)
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That tickled one is so fucked up. Highly recommended.

Also watched "Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee" on Netflix. Gets similarly fucked up/weird. Rich software developer lives in Belize banging a load of ugly birds. One revelation is hilarious.




LoL just watching this - didn't clock that it would be the Antivirus guy from your post haha. Had no idea he got into all this shit, interesting stuff, cheers for the heads up!

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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/26 08:05:18 (permalink)
madtag
Anyone watched "The defiant ones " about Dre and Jimmy Iovine, 4 part series on HBO,well worth a watch 




yeah, absolutely loved this! was expecting to snooze a bit during the iovine moments, but the whole thing is utterly compelling
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/26 16:44:39 (permalink)
I thought the Dre side would be more interesting as I hadn't really heard of Iovine, but that man is a bona-fide G, and I was wanting more of his story at the end, the Dre stuff has been covered before in various docs. Still a quality watch though
post edited by madtag - 2017/07/26 16:46:10

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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/26 18:50:30 (permalink)
Is the defiant ones not on any of the usual suspects over here?. Can never be arsed to stream.
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/26 22:32:46 (permalink)
Was a HBO 4 part documentary so I doubt it,grab it off torrents

Rapt
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/28 18:55:31 (permalink)
Despite being a bit of a hard watch this bbc doc about a son filming his dads last years is pretty fucking good, it tugs on the old heart strings a little.
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xyq06
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/07/28 20:16:08 (permalink)
Rapt
Despite being a bit of a hard watch this bbc doc about a son filming his dads last years is pretty fucking good, it tugs on the old heart strings a little.
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08xyq06

Loved this one...wife was v eccentric
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/05 21:11:22 (permalink)
Just watched Nuit Et Brouillard, it's the most shocking thing I've seen on the holocaust.
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/06 00:13:59 (permalink)
Rapt
Just watched Nuit Et Brouillard, it's the most shocking thing I've seen on the holocaust.




Yeh, grim.

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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/11 08:35:11 (permalink)
Interesting documentary series on BBC at the moment exploring the issues with these silicon valley big players and their effects on comunities and society around the world.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0916ghq

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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/11 15:56:01 (permalink)
Ido Portal - Just Move.
he's a fitness coach and has been training with Conor McGregor of late
https://londonreal.tv/ido...ocumentary-full-movie/
Rapt
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/13 10:12:37 (permalink)
The Barkley Marathon: The race that eats it's young
 
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2400291/
 
Such a great documentary. It has to be the hardest and most unique race in the world, utterly crazy..... strangely appealing though.  
 
It's on netflix.
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/17 15:38:25 (permalink)
interesting little series on sky arts at the mo called The Agony & The Ecstacy... all about british rave culture
 
only seen the first one was it was decent. great old footage and lots of talking heads
 
https://www.sky.com/watch/channel/sky-arts/the-agony-and-the-esctasy/episodes/season-1/episode-1 
gavinx
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 14:02:58 (permalink)
This new Storyville about Silk Road and dread pirate Roberts is good http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b092s5vv
Nakoma
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 17:59:30 (permalink)
Einsatzgruppen: The Death Brigades - A four part documentary on the Nazi Einsatzcommando units that committed horrific war crimes killing Jews, before they decided it was too inefficient and invented gassing in Auschwitz. It went into how even the most hardened Nazi basically could only last a short while before developing mental health issues shooting Jews 7 hours a day. It's as brutal as you'd expect.
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 18:02:41 (permalink)
Nakoma
Einsatzgruppen: The Death Brigades



Sounds really grim but where can I see this?
 
The holocaust is a huge interest of mine - visited Auschwitz twice.
 
EDIT: Found it on YT. Thanks!
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 18:25:49 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby dazdsb 2017/08/22 18:31:32
Daz it's also on netflix if you want better quality.
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 18:31:48 (permalink)
Rapt
Daz it's also on netflix if you want better quality.



Thanks man, will defo use Netflix. 
wakeytom
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 18:38:14 (permalink)
On the Netflix thing is 4K worth it? Thinking of sorting a new TV
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/22 18:57:20 (permalink)
If you like space documentaries, I can thoroughly recommend Mission Control. It's all about the flight directors & staff at NASA and how they created the mission control centres for space flights during the Apollo missions in the 60s & 70s and how integral they are nowadays. It's on Netflix.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5959952/
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/23 00:15:41 (permalink)
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/23 09:41:40 (permalink)
Nakoma
Einsatzgruppen: The Death Brigades - A four part documentary on the Nazi Einsatzcommando units that committed horrific war crimes killing Jews, before they decided it was too inefficient and invented gassing in Auschwitz. It went into how even the most hardened Nazi basically could only last a short while before developing mental health issues shooting Jews 7 hours a day. It's as brutal as you'd expect.


Jeez, I watched the first part of this last night and that's about as dark as it gets. Fascinating but fucking hell. It's unbelievable how far people can go if they believe they're doing the right thing.
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/23 09:56:46 (permalink)
wakeytom
On the Netflix thing is 4K worth it? Thinking of sorting a new TV


Yeah I'd be interested to hear opinions on this as well. I use Netflix more than Sky now tbh. The content ilseems better than it used to be.
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Re: RE: [Film] Bus 174 2017/08/23 10:17:16 (permalink)
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wakeytom
On the Netflix thing is 4K worth it? Thinking of sorting a new TV


Yeah I'd be interested to hear opinions on this as well. I use Netflix more than Sky now tbh. The content ilseems better than it used to be.

Exactly - Netflix is my go to, seen a decent 4k TV and I know Netflix 4k app is on it
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/23 12:10:36 (permalink)
gavinx
interesting little series on sky arts at the mo called The Agony & The Ecstacy... all about british rave culture
 
only seen the first one was it was decent. great old footage and lots of talking heads
 
https://www.sky.com/watch/channel/sky-arts/the-agony-and-the-esctasy/episodes/season-1/episode-1 


The first episode was an enjoyable watch. A lot about the music whereas the second one is more about the criminal justice bill.

It was good to see jungle getting a credible mention though as normally it's all acid house and hardcore when it comes to the revolution of rave music.

Goldie's presenting skills were a bit ott for me on the second show.
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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/24 21:49:13 (permalink)

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Re: RE: Recommend a documentary 2017/08/25 08:24:33 (permalink)
gutlessrhyme
darkmatter
big vegetables http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b0920z10/land-of-the-giants
 









 
I watched that on telly the other night. That old taff fella that met Snoop is a don


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