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« Reply #17100 on: May 13, 2017, 06:58:17 PM »

Season 3 is running right now on Netflix. The link with Breaking Bad is strengthening and the show is now alternating between episodes about Saul's family issues and thriller episodes about Mike/Breaking Bad. I suspect it's their way of doing "1 for the writers, 1 for the audience". Still very cool.

Really, I just got to the end of season 2 and that's all they had streaming, is it on disc in France or streaming season 3.

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« Reply #17101 on: May 13, 2017, 07:03:27 PM »

Really, I just got to the end of season 2 and that's all they had streaming, is it on disc in France or streaming season 3.
season 3 is currently halfway through in America, so you can watch the episodes through AMC if it's part of your cable subscription. I'm guessing it won't be on Netflix here until season 4 begins

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« Reply #17102 on: May 14, 2017, 12:57:44 AM »

It's streaming, one episode per week every Thursday.

Netflix only does streaming in France, I don't think they ever launched their disc service in Europe.

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« Reply #17103 on: May 14, 2017, 06:14:45 AM »

season 3 is currently halfway through in America, so you can watch the episodes through AMC if it's part of your cable subscription. I'm guessing it won't be on Netflix here until season 4 begins

I got rid of cable and went to Spike TV. It may have AMC I've never checked. Thanks

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« Reply #17104 on: May 14, 2017, 04:26:58 PM »

The Bridge at Remagen - 7/10 - Typical (in a good way) WWII flick. Robert Vaughn as a Nazi, though - whose bright idea was that?
An ambivalent Nazi, don't forget. Anyway, the film is soon coming to Blu, and then I'll watch it again (maybe for the last time).

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« Reply #17105 on: May 15, 2017, 05:21:12 AM »

Lumière d'été (1943) - Merde!

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« Reply #17106 on: May 17, 2017, 09:25:27 AM »

Al is terrible again, as mostly in his later films, and Bob is a pale shadow of what he once was, but comes across ok.

HEAT is a damn good movie and Pacino delivers a damn good performance.

Introvert played by De Niro against extrovert played by Pacino. Great balance.

Pacino mentioned in an interview that his character was supposed to be using cocaine although it was never shown on screen which explains why he played him in such a "wired" manner in some scenes.

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« Reply #17107 on: May 20, 2017, 11:49:04 AM »

Arrival (2016) - 9/10

Sci-fi for grown ups.

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« Reply #17108 on: May 21, 2017, 04:26:21 PM »

I just saw Modern Times (1936), on DVD. I am very disappointed. This is the fourth Chaplin film I have seen (The Kid, The Gold Rush, City Lights), and this one isn't nearly as good as the others. The factory scenes are not good. The prison scenes are decent. The only scene I thought was really funny is the scene at the end, with the roast duck. The duck getting caught in the chandelier is hilarious. Paulette Goddard is beautiful but her scenes are not very good. This movie should not be mentioned among Chaplin's greatest.

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« Reply #17109 on: May 21, 2017, 05:12:12 PM »

Great, stupid fun. So often sequels are simply bad, this one is not. Clouseau has lost nothing of his catastrophically destructive charm. 9/10.

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« Reply #17110 on: May 22, 2017, 04:54:38 AM »

I watched 2 movies over the weekend which have Noomi Rapace as the lead actress.. One to 'prepare' for seeing the new Alien movie in the cinema some time soon, and the other because I rather enjoyed her performance and on a whim decided to check out her new movie in a local cinema...

Prometheus (2012): A prequel to 1979's 'Alien', that would've worked better had it been a standalone movie without trying to tie it into the 'Alien' universe IMHO. As with too many space-travel/exploration movies, the crew seems to be picked randomly and without any screening (and thus, act like complete idiots). Still, it looks great and it's enjoyable enough. 7-/10

Unlocked (2017): This time Rapace plays a former CIA interrogator who gets caught up in a series of double crosses surrounding a possible terrorist attack and several intelligence agencies. Nothing you haven't seen before, and most of the twists are predictable, but Rapace and the rest of the cast are solid and make this one of the better conspiracy/action thrillers (not that that is saying a lot). 7/10

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« Reply #17111 on: May 22, 2017, 05:10:28 AM »

Arrival (2016) - 9/10

Sci-fi for grown ups.

Yep, cool stuff.

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« Reply #17112 on: May 22, 2017, 05:34:37 AM »

Il bell'Antonio (1960) - 2/10. Mastroianni, Cardinale, and Tomas Milian--together again for the first time! And, in a film that really, really . . . sucks. Mastroianni plays a guy married to Cardinale who can't get it up! Why do I waste my time on stupid science fiction films? On the bright side, I never have to watch this again.

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« Reply #17113 on: May 22, 2017, 09:30:06 AM »

Arrival (2016) - 9/10

Sci-fi for grown ups.

Yep, cool stuff.

The plot was great so I bet Ted Chiang's short story on which it is based must be even better.



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« Reply #17114 on: May 23, 2017, 09:58:35 AM »

Girls und Panzer, der Film (2015) 8/10. The greatest anime TV show is now the greatest anime movie! Well, kinda. This starts out great, with a running tank battle that lasts 25 minutes. Peerless CGI. But then the plot kicks in, and it's a (heh) retread. If the girls don't win the big match, their school will close! Wait, that was the plot for the TV show, and the girls were successful, so, . . . what? Turns out the Ministry of Education welched on the first deal, but they're willing to offer a new one, and this time they'll even put things in writing. So it's win or die for our tankery girls. Complicating matters is that the team they're going up against has a captain who must also win if she is going to save the Punchy Museum (Punchy is a great character, a Hello Kitty type bear in bandages--he's always being bullied by other stuffed characters. Genius: kawaii and kawaiso , simultaneously in a single being). So true moral complexity is achieved with this clash of virtues. Makes things kind of heavy, though. What made the show so successful was the light tone throughout. This is good, just not up to the amazing standards of the original series.

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