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#946 Wilfrid

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Posted 23 March 2019 - 11:50 PM


I watched BlacKkKlansman again, this time online with my daughter. We cried at different points, which was interesting. Not that it wasn’t still very funny.


The KKK wife was terrific and was worthy of more attention than the actress received.

Good call. Such an unsympathetic role.

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Posted 21 April 2019 - 07:30 AM

To my regret, three of the best sitcoms of the decade ended this past couple of months: Catastrophe, Fleabag, and You're the Worst. But they all went out on top. Contrary to national stereotypes, it may have been the American sitcom which best 'stuck the landing', though as a Yankee sentimentalist, I suppose I would think that. It's almost certainly the most beautiful conclusion to a sitcom I've ever seen.

 

All worth bingeing if you've never watched them, at least if you appreciate acerbic, doom-laden humour and deeply flawed protagonists.



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Posted 22 April 2019 - 08:00 PM

Ramy looks extremely promising. Too bad it's on Hulu.



#949 Behemoth

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Posted 14 May 2019 - 06:34 PM

 

I watched BlacKkKlansman again, this time online with my daughter. We cried at different points, which was interesting. Not that it wasn’t still very funny.

 

High on my list. Online Amazon? 

 

 

Finally watched this. Made me realise how much I've missed his movies. Now I'm curious which scenes you (respectively your daughter) cried at. 


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