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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby pitw » Thu Feb 19, 2015

MaxGravy wrote:Brain Games

Very cool 3 part series.

In this episode about memory, we're going to show you what memory is, why you even have one, and why you keep forgetting where you put those darn keys!

Stackers got brains. :shock:

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby copperpennies » Tue Feb 24, 2015

Peaky Blinders

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Postby dae2dae » Sun May 17, 2015

leap of faith :pop:
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby soupdumpling81 » Sun May 17, 2015

Engineer wrote:I'm looking for movies to add to the wife's playlist. Can anyone recommend good "empowered wife leaves her husband" shows?


House of Cards...

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby HustliN » Mon May 18, 2015

I been loving "Wildest" series. It's about animals and life. Used to watch Nat Geo all those years when I was a child. It's amazing pictures and filming

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby mtforpar » Mon May 18, 2015

I have been watching Arrow and like it pretty well.
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby Bucketeer » Mon Aug 10, 2015

The Wrecking Crew!
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby pitw » Mon Aug 10, 2015

Engineer wrote: I also liked Fishing Naked.


Pics for the ladies?

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby PeacePeople » Sun Aug 30, 2015

Narcos...DEA in Columbia during Escobar years
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby JDawg » Sun Aug 30, 2015

PeacePeople wrote:Narcos...DEA in Columbia during Escobar years


Yes! Just started watching...good show.

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby Cointreau » Sun Sep 06, 2015

Mr Robot. It's about a hacking collective bringing down the financial system by wiping
all the financial data. Looks to be a must watch. Could be a heavy dose of predictive planning here where the masses are conditioned and made aquiescent to the troubling events that lay ahead.

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby NorthernStacker » Sun Sep 06, 2015

PeacePeople wrote:Narcos...DEA in Columbia during Escobar years


Watched it, finished it, good series!
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby BoxofGold » Mon Sep 07, 2015

PeacePeople wrote:Narcos...DEA in Columbia during Escobar years


Wife and I watched S1 this week. We really liked it and hope there is an S2. I read that Pablo was spending $1000/week for rubber bands to wrap stacks of $100 bills and in the early 90's he was worth $30 billion.
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby HustliN » Mon Sep 07, 2015

BoxofGold wrote:
PeacePeople wrote:Narcos...DEA in Columbia during Escobar years


Wife and I watched S1 this week. We really liked it and hope there is an S2. I read that Pablo was spending $1000/week for rubber bands to wrap stacks of $100 bills and in the early 90's he was worth $30 billion.


Read that too!
Narcos- amazing show. 9.5/10!!

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby NorthernStacker » Mon Sep 07, 2015

Blacklist season 2 just released.
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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby MaxGravy » Mon Sep 07, 2015

The Andy Griffith Show

We're up to season six.
I'm clearly not very bright.

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby lookinfordeals » Mon Sep 07, 2015

Gaby_Collectibles wrote:Longmire is another good series to watch
Modern day sheriff in Montana

Copper - set in the 1860's - about an Irish cop in New York City

The 100 - set in the future and about a group of people that return to earth years after a nuclear war

all 3 are pretty fun to watch


Longmire season 4 starts on netflix this week

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby tdtwedt » Tue Sep 29, 2015

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby MaxGravy » Thu Oct 01, 2015

The Life and Crimes of Doris Payne

How does a poor, single, African-American mother from segregated 1950s America wind up as one of the worlds most notorious jewel thieves? A glamorous 81-year-old, Doris Payne is as unapologetic today about the nearly $2 million in jewels she's stolen over a 60-year career as she was the day she stole her first carat. With Payne now on trial for the theft of a department store diamond ring, filmmakers Kirk Marcolina and Matthew Pond probe beneath her consummate smile to uncover the secrets of her trade and what drove her to a life of crime. Romanticized recreations, an extensive archive and candid interviews reveal how Payne managed to jet-set her way into any Cartier or Tiffanys from Monte Carlo to Japan and walk out with small fortunes. This sensational portrait exposes a rebel who defies society's prejudices and pinches her own version of the American Dream.
I'm clearly not very bright.

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Re: Netflix Recommendations

Postby NorthernStacker » Thu Oct 01, 2015

Dark matter , Its actually Not Bad for a Canadian sifi series , just finished the first season last night, didn't even realize it was a Canadian show until I started seeing some Canadian actors lol.

"Why Syfy's Dark Matter is well worth your time"

Syfy space opera Dark Matter caught many off-guard with just how interesting its first season became. Here's why you should watch it...

Unlike shows burdened with such labels as “much-anticipated”, Dark Matter arrived on SyFy under the radar, its cloak engaged and its silent running protocol fully implemented.

Created by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie, both of whom worked on the various Stargate shows, the series is based on a comic novel published by Dark Horse Comics. The premise is the sort that TV execs in the seventies loved, ideas you can explain in their entirety on a single lung of air: six people wake from hyper-sleep aboard a spacecraft they’re not familiar with, their minds blanked. Are they good, bad, or a bit of both?


The series was renewed for a 13-episode second season on September 1, 2015




Read more: http://www.denofgeek.com/tv/dark-matter ... z3nJamhR00
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