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Last film I watched:

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Parasite. One of the best films of the decade.

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3 hours ago, erwbol said:

Last film I watched:

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Parasite. One of the best films of the decade.

Absolutely right.

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On Episode 6 of Watchmen there is a sequence that takes place in a club in an alternate history/universe 1938.   On  the wall there is a poster with a picture of a saxophone player and the name "Lester LeJeune".   This may be the most subtle  visual jazz joke  I've ever seen.  BTW the episode has a couple of nice Ink Spot cuts on the soundtrack.  

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I hadn't noticed the Lester poster, will look for it when I rewatch that episode!
 

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Martin Kane, Private Eye

A really fun early TV detective show sponsored by United States Tobacco Company. The in-program "commercials" are perhaps the most unique of any television series I've ever seen.

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Revisiting early "Sunny" episodes. One of the greatest shows of all time and still going.

"The Gang Hits the Road".

 

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The Haunting Of Hill House- Mike Flanagan (2018)

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I was half expecting something along the lines of the cheesy American Horror Story but I overcame my deep scepticism and plunged in.

What a surprise, up to now it's a serious, deep psychological portrait of a family traumatised by unexplained events at a house they bought from the Hilll family.

Upended my preconceived ideas and is proving a rich viewing experience. :tup

 

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One of my favorite Christmas traditions.  I looked forward to this performance every year.  It's cool to watch how the production grew over the years.  The 1998 version (at around the 30 minute mark) had Cissy Houston, Phoebe Snow and Roberta Flack as backup singers!

 

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Feel sorely in need of some laughter. Who better than the two kings.

 

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14 hours ago, duaneiac said:

 

Thnx for sharing ....

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Richard Linklater’s late-1930s foray—very enjoyable so far, with Christian McKay doing a great job as Welles (a part that would obviously be easy to overplay):

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The Morning Show - Apple TV

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I've long been a closet UFO nutter, so this one has been interesting.

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