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Tell Me What Is The Best Movie Or TV Series To Watch In Lockdown Time
Parks and Rec
The X Files
The Little Mermaid
Any documentaries you've been thinking about
Dont forget avatar the last airbender!
If you are talking about animation, there is the funniest animated comedy talk show that I used to watch in the 90s on adult swim "Space Ghost Coast To Coast", try it, (it was an adult shows but I still saw it as a kid filled with innuendos and stuffs). The animated character space ghost with Moltar and Zorak interviewed real life celebrities, stuffs happened from fights, to flirting to guests getting eaten alive on screen and so many stuffs. Still makes me laugh thinking about some of the episodes after all the years. I suggest just one out of many funny episode "Urges", try that and see how funny it was.
I've only ever seen clips from Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and I've tried several times over the years to find whole episodes, but Adult Swim always blocks me.
No idea why that is. It doesn't look like geo-blocking, since using a VPN that fakes my IP address as being in the USA makes no difference.
Heres one , dailymotion hasnt been sued by copyrights yet (unlike youtube who were forced to delete all their videos), enjoy while you still can:
I am rewatching the x files after nearly too decades, last watch back around 2002, and Matrix 1999 film is my most fav, sad the 2003 sequels were just terrible. Matrix 4 is rumored to happen, it might have been released next year but covid crisis delayed things. Followed Keanu Reeves in the John Wick films, he is just an awesome actor as ever.
Dark city is a better alt version of the matrix in way.
He's had an interesting transition from Bill and Ted, that's for sure. I need to watch John Wick, I saw a clip where he was legit training like a marine when they were making one of them.
Amazon got rid of the X Files unfortunately, I was half way through season 4 and like SOOO much stuff was going on v.v
Movie wise I liked Reloaded and Revolutions. I've had to watch the Architect scene a few times for deeper understanding, but I have to admit the first time seeing it I was like... wut
And yeah, some things weren't as good as they could have been, but the Wachowski's were pressed for time. I heard about another sequel, I'm not sure if I'm excited or scared it's going to follow the Terminator trend of releasing a movie every couple years and make it LITERALLY CANON that the story can be changed in any way... because time travel
Honestly though, all three of them have made me cry. Like the scene in the first movie where Neo and Trinity rescued Morpheus from the agents and the helicopter is crashing; they just looked at each other, only eye contact, and they knew exactly what to do and didn't question themselves even once.
Reloded was okay except the cliff hanger ending. i loved Smith in the original film, but he should have died with it, the sequels should have had other villains with bigger roles, the climax of Revolution which was literally Smith everywhere just cut out how awesome the actions between neo and Smith in the original film was. Also what was the point in saving Trinity in Reloaded if she had such little role in Revolution and died anyway. no matter what Revolution was one of the worst film I ever seen, the acting itself was very bad little effort and dedication. The 1999 Matrix film was just amazing and to be fair Reloaded was pretty good. I hope Matrix 4 turns out amazing when it does finally come out. Reeves's new John wick films are also amazing actions film as good are rare these days.
Line of Duty. It's a British police drama show, which normally I wouldn't be into at all, but this is amazing. It's about the anti-corruption unit investigating corrupt coppers, and those coppers trying to cover their tracks.
Is it on Netflix and/or Britbox?
I haven't heard of Britbox before, but I just checked now and yeah it is on there. The first 4 seasons anyway, the 5th isn't on there yet. Maybe they'll add it once they bring out the 6th? I'm not sure about Netflix.
Totally agree brilliant series. Unfortunately I’ve watched them all and they’re not making another series at the moment.
What is that dark brit series??
Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul/El Camino
All on Netflix
Game of Thrones
I'm rewatching Stranger Things.
Deadwood, I was way obsessed with it for a while. It’s lowkey weird, kinda theatrical, but easy watching
Castlevania on Netflix if you're into vampire thingy stuff.
That soundtrack is killer!
The castlevania one. Main title to that last EP
Oh. I listened to it. I agree with you. The soundtrack you mentioned is killer for sure. Vampire killer. :-)
Porn. Don't hide it again.
It's not hidden; what are you talking about? If you're referring to when you just can't see your comment, I don't know why that is, but, from what I can tell, you just have to repost it.
I worked my way through all 26 episodes of 'The Water Margin'
I dunno, I don't have cable, but all this lockdown shit is nuts to me. I know we gotta be safe and try to stay home, but, ummmm,,,,,lots of plebeians like me dont have that luxury. I'm out every fuckin day and night trying to scrape by. Pfftttt.
Smoke lots of chronic, and watch a Twilight Zone marathon.
Avatar the last airbender
Your lie in april
The new twilight zone
I watched the old Night Court series on Dailymotion.
Litterly anything with simon pegg in it
Third rock from the sun
Then some more lost
My little pony
Theres some pretty good viking shows on netflix as well
Umm lost 😂
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