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In case anyone's looking for a free trial of apple tv+, this is good for 7 days plus 2 months.

https://redeem.apple.com/emancipation-us?locale=en-us&itscg=80121&itsct=emancipation_ws_offer_22

You'll need to create an itunes account first an input your credit card. But you can cancel free of charge approximately 65 days after you sign up, February being a short month. I think the promo will last another week or two.

If you've had apple tv before I think you just need to create a new itunes account using a different email address and you should be good to go. 

 

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22 hours ago, BrazilHorn said:

Three Pines is a good watch. I’m about 4 episodes in thus far and it’s pretty good. Set in small town in Quebec and stars Alfred Molina as lead detective. 
Took me down a rabbit hole reading about “Residential Schools” in Canada. Talk about fucked up and horrible. 
 

Just finished last episode last night.  Wife and I both enjoyed.  Looking forward to next season.

 

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On 12/24/2022 at 12:16 AM, tx 3 putt said:

Jack Ryan season 3 was by great. Hopefully season 4 doesn’t take 2 years 

s4 is going to be the last one evidently.

looks like there is going to be a spin off about Ding Chavez (Michael Pena) is evidently in development
https://deadline.com/2022/05/jack-ryan-end-season-4-final-season-spinoff-michael-pena-ding-chavez-amazon-tom-clancy-1235014723/

spoilering info on his introduction to the show

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Peña will be introduced in the final episode of the upcoming third season before joining the cast full-time in Season 4. Amazon announced Peña’s addition to the cast in the Season 4 pickup announcement in October without revealing his character.

 

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On 12/28/2022 at 11:33 AM, abuelo gringo said:

Just finished last episode last night.  Wife and I both enjoyed.  Looking forward to next season.

 

 

On 12/27/2022 at 12:53 PM, BrazilHorn said:

Three Pines is a good watch. I’m about 4 episodes in thus far and it’s pretty good. Set in small town in Quebec and stars Alfred Molina as lead detective. 
Took me down a rabbit hole reading about “Residential Schools” in Canada. Talk about fucked up and horrible. 
 

meh. My girlfriend loves detective shows and anything french/canadian/montreal related, but even she admitted the writing was shitty. We turned it off midway thru the 3rd episode.

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If you have Showtime, George and Tammy was a good watch.   I grew up listening to Tammy in particular, because she was my brother's favorite.  I thought the whole thing was pretty well done, sure explained a lot of chemistry.  

 

Also a recommendation for The Hunters, since the last season is about to drop.

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10 hours ago, tx 3 putt said:

Season 2 of the Hunters isn't bad, except they never run out of bullets 

 

The unlimited supply of bullets in TV/Movie guns has always been a thing, but I think I get even more annoyed when a semi-automatic pistol keeps "clicking" every time they pull the trigger after emptying a magazine.  Amazing how the firing pin keeps getting reset despite the weapon not discharging.

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1 hour ago, Augustus said:

 

The unlimited supply of bullets in TV/Movie guns has always been a thing, but I think I get even more annoyed when a semi-automatic pistol keeps "clicking" every time they pull the trigger after emptying a magazine.  Amazing how the firing pin keeps getting reset despite the weapon not discharging.

There is also the dramatic pumping of the shotgun or pulling back of the hammer to show you're really serious. In most situations portrayed, you'd already have done this. It's tired and lazy writing.

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16 minutes ago, VirginiaLonghorn said:

Second go ‘round with Bosch.  It’s on my short list with The Sopranos and The Wire …


I’ve watched Bosch twice, will watch it a third time 

39 minutes ago, RomaVicta said:

There is also the dramatic pumping of the shotgun or pulling back of the hammer to show you're really serious. In most situations portrayed, you'd already have done this. It's tired and lazy writing.


They never have a round chambered 

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On 11/11/2022 at 7:14 AM, austingirl said:

I really liked The Devil's Hour. It's only 6 episodes so it makes a great binge. Also, it may have the creepiest child character I've ever seen, and I've seen a LOT of shows with creepy children.

 

kid was creepy as fuck.... 

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