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  1. JDuggs

    Schitt’s Creek

    Does anyone else LOVE Schitt’s Creek? The name of the show prevented me learning anything about it or watching it, but once I gave it a chance, I was absolutely hooked. I’ve never been much of a fan of Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, but their roles here totally showcase their immense talent. All of the characters are hilarious and Seasons 3 and 4 has the best romance storyline that I’ve ever watched. If you like shows like Arrested Development, The Office, Parks & Rec, etc., please give Schitt’s a shot. It brings me so much joy!
  2. Has anyone seen Netflix's Ted Bundy documentary. I've always been a bit of a true crime nerd, so I thought I already knew about Bundy. But the doc made me see for the first time how charming he was, and how "normal" he sounded. I've heard it before, but this was the first time actually seeing it. It's unnerving. Like I thought I'd be above that (which is I know is kind of arrogant), but now I realize that maybe I wouldn't have been. It made me feel even more empathy and sympathy for his victims. Anyone else have a similar reaction? Anyway, now I've completely gone down the rabbit hole, and got Ann Rule's book The Stranger Beside Me. It's one of the craziest stories I've ever read. So Ann Rule is this aspiring crime writer going through a divorce, volunteering at a suicide hotline on the same shift as young Ted Bundy. They become work friends, and catch up with each other every once in a blue moon after she quits. When the murders were happening, she gets a contract to write a book about them. She gets signed to write about a series of murders, and then it turns out her old friend was the one commiting them. So she's researching the crime, while also writing letters and having phones calls with Ted in prison, hoping he's innocent but not compeletly sure. That's fucking nuts. The whole story is just so weird and compelling.
  3. Has anyone else seen this? I'd love your impressions. It wasn't as scary as I thought (hoped) it would be. I liked the fleshing out of the characters. I was frustrated by the dad's keeping secrets (but I guess that was the thing that kept the plot going). And the ending. I'll put my FJ-related thought under spoiler. I'm hoping to see the old black and white version in a theater this weekend. I also want to read the book again.
  4. Hey all, I didn't see a thread about this one so I took the liberty. Mods if I just missed an existing thread, I apologise. Anyone else catch this documentary yet? What did you all think of it? Truthfully I only vaguely remember the crime when it happened and didn't really know specifics about the crime. I knew supposedly Amanda was "weird" and the Italian police were criticized as being incompetent. When I looked up details after release I thought some of the things they did in the investigation were really odd and it seemed like they were just trying to make things fit because they wanted Amanda and Raffelle to be guilty. The documentary was interesting, really well made, IMO. Watching Amanda Knox and hearing her talk, seeing her expressions, I actually feel more sympathetic towards her. She's "off" but not murderer "off" IMO. She strikes me as someone like me, uncomfortable socially, awkward, easily stressed out, naive and at times easily "led" with questions. But that's just my opinion and there's always a chance I'm projecting. If you haven't checked this out yet, definitely give it a look. Just be warned, there is footage of the crime scene and considerable discussion of it, so if violence and gore upset you, you might want to skip or proceed with caution.
  5. HarleyQuinn

    The Keepers

    I just started watching this documentary series on Netflix. It's about the unsolved murder of a nun, and it reveals a cover up and sexual abuse within the Catholic church. Anyone else watching?
  6. Maggie Mae

    Stranger Things on Netflix

    Anyone else watching this? It's a Netflix original. I love the 80s movie feeling. It's weird though. I don't know what to think about the actual plot. It's also so weird to see Winona Ryder playing a mom.
  7. Rachel333

    Orange is the New Black

    Anyone else watching this? It's the latest Netflix original. I've been binge-watching it this weekend and it is so good. Huge female cast, diverse characters, and a trans actress playing a trans woman. (Lots of lesbian content too if you're into that.) It's gotten great reviews so far--[link=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/maureen-ryan/orange-is-the-new-black_b_3574249.html]here's[/link] one--and I really can't recommend it enough. I've been surprised at just how much I've been enjoying it.
  8. happy atheist

    Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    This is Tina Fey's new project, and it's on Netflix. Anyone else watching? Kimmy was kidnapped by a crazy preacher when she was 14 and spent 15 years living in a bunker with 3 other women, convinced they were the only survivors of the apocalypse. The series picks up when the women (dubbed the Indiana Mole Women) are rescued and Kimmy decides to not see herself as a victim, but to reintegrate into the world and pursue her dreams. It's delightful. Since it's Netflix, the whole series is available immediately. I'm 5 episodes in and it keeps getting better.
  9. Lillybee

    Grace and Frankie

    This a Netflix series in Season II. It is about two couples who have been married for 40 years. The husbands discover that they are gay and in love with each other. They divorce and everyone tries to cope with their new life.
  10. sillybeebo

    Wentworth

    This show is a reimagining of Prisoner, an Australian soap opera that ran from 1979 to 1986. It is soooooo good! Seasons 1-3 are on Netflix. Season 4 starts on Tuesday! That probably won't reach Netflix USA until Christmas.
  11. Sorry if this has already been posted, but did anyone else notice that Netflix is removing 19 Kids and Counting this week? You have until October 5th to snark. I wonder if this coming from TLC or Netflix?
  12. What good movies/tv shows/documentaries are out there that I should see? I feel like I am in a netflix rut. Feel free to throw in indie stuff, lesser known. I'll watch pretty much anything if it is good.
  13. xDreamerx

    Arranged (Movie)

    I watched the film on Netflix. It's about two young women, one is a strict Muslim and the other is an Orthodox Jew. They become friends are both in the process of marrying, or rather looking at marriage prospects. It was interesting. Has anyone seen it? Thoughts?
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