Late Night Open Thread

I know I have mentioned this before, but a couple years ago I realized I simply can not have caffeine after about 4 pm or I am going to be up all night. I know that. I’ve known it for several years. But for some reason, every couple of months I decide I want a cup of coffee in the afternoon, and I go ahead and brew up a batch in the Frieling, sit on the back deck and drink my coffee that I do not need. I guess I just needed a fix.

So here we are. GoT is over, I don’t watch Mad Men, there is nothing on tv, and I am traipsing through the Netflix offerings yet again.

I guess the point of this post is “GIVE ME A NETFLIX MOVIE TO WATCH!”

119 replies
  1. 1
    Luthe says:

    Clue! Or there are West Wing episodes. Also a raft of good British dramas.

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    Chauncey1186 says:

    Billy Elliot!

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    wmd says:

    Columbo – just one more thing…

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    Robert says:

    Pontypool. It’s a really smart and inventive horror film about the power of news media to influence public behavior. A shock jock Rush Limbaugh-type is the first and only radio personality to get a tip on what turns out to be the start of the zombie apocalypse. How he chooses to describe the events, lay blame, and broadcast has a direct impact on how people respond to the threat. It’s really clever.

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    Betsy says:

    U r my soul mate John come marry me

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    Valdivia says:

    The Woman in The Fifth, strange but good.
    Anika Bengzton a swedish series very worth it.

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    Redshirt says:

    Original “Total Recall”.


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    patrick II says:


    Colin Farrell as an Irish fisherman who catches a mysterious woman in his fishing net.

    Whimsical and heartfelt.

    Of course, I am Irish, so I go for these small Irish movies.

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    MikeJ says:

    Visioneers is in my watchlist but I haven’t gotten to it yet. You could watch it first and tell me if I should bother.

    IMDB synopsis:

    When people begin exploding from stress, George Washington Winsterhammerman tries to ignore the epidemic and live his usual life, but then he suffers his first symptom.

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    YellowJournalism says:

    Osombie is now on Netflix.

    Serious suggestion now: take a look at the foreign films section and try a Bollywood movie. Drinking optional.

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    lamh35 says:

    ummm, you could watch the first season of Scandal on Netflix. Other than that, I got nothing.

    Oh yeah, Barbarella is on Netflix?

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    arguingwithsignposts says:

    I like watching the documentaries. Currently watching “Erasing Hate.” Just watched an atomic weapons doc with William Shatner narrating.

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    Gin & Tonic says:

    Read a book.

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    Sebastian says:

    Watch Felipe Esparza (Last Comic Standing winner). Best stand up in years

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    Sebastian says:

    Watch Felipe Esparza (Last Comic Standing winner). Best stand up in years

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    kdaug says:

    Dark City, if you ain’t seen it yet.


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    Sayne says:

    Star Trek The Next Generation or Deep Space 9. People inform me that there are lots of other things on Netflix… but I think they’re just trying to trick me.

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    Suffern ACE says:

    The Intouchables. Or if you want something sedate, spring, summer, fall, winter and spring. Or if you want some adrenaline rush, the Raid.

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    Watership says:

    Micro-budget sci-fi/thrillers. I wade through all the muck to find the gems, so you don’t have to. You’re welcome

    The Caller

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    Mr Stagger Lee says:

    Battle Royale,the original and much better version of The Hunger Games, from Japan, Headhunters a stylish Norwegian thriller that stars that Jamie Lannister dude. Outrage a cool Japanese Gangster movie. Red Cliff a great Chinese epic.

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    Narcissus says:

    Did somebody mention Felipe Esparza

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    max says:

    I guess the point of this post is “GIVE ME A NETFLIX MOVIE TO WATCH!”

    Oy. King of Hearts (1966)

    Seems appropriate often Game of Thrones, and whichever war we’re (not) having at the moment.

    [‘In honor of the morons running the EZ.’]

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    Nick says:

    “A Town Called Panic”. Hilarious, nigh-incoherent Belgian stop-motion animated comedy about a horse and the idiots he has to put up with.You will never think of bricks the same way again.

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    kdaug says:

    @Watership: Cube.

    Budget for the entire set <$1K? Check.

    Kick-ass flick? Check.

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    Athena2 says:

    You might check up on a few of Roger Ebert’s recs. The man knew movies…

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    kdaug says:

    @Narcissus: He’s an opera singer, right?

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    Penn says:

    Top Gear. It’s not a movie, but I don’t much care about cars and it’s still a great show.

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    The prophet Nostradumbass says:

    When I was a kid, I had a terrible problem with caffeine after about 4 PM as well, but it seems to have gone away as I have gotten older.

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    dance around in your bones says:

    A Simple Plan is on HBOeHD at 9pm here (left coast).

    Spaceballs started half an hour ago on ENCeHD (funny)

    The Pope of Greenwich Village also started half an hour ago on EDRA (whatever the hell that stands for)

    The Quiet American starts at 9pm Pacific on Sundance. Michael Caine!

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    lamh35 says:

    Is Deep Impact on Netflix? It’s been showing on TNT most of the evening. I’m shocked to realize that I’ve never actually seen it.

    Wow, a SSN lottery to decide who gets to re-populate the Earth after astroid impact.

    I’m just trying to imagine anything like that happening now-a-days and all I can imagine in a bunch of rich folk doing everything their money can do to get on the lottery list.


    ETA: Ah yep, it is on Netflix. Time to add it to my instant queue

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    Sebastian says:


    No, comedian and he is the funniest I have seen in a long time

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    👽 Martin says:

    Yo, never heard of decaf? Go get some good stuff for the afternoons.

    @Penn: Don’t care for the US one. The UK hosts are the show.

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    karl says:

    I assume you’ve seen the Robert Altman/Elliot Gould version of
    The Long Goodbye. If not, it’s one of the few Altman films I can watch all the way through. And it’s Gould in his inexplicable heyday.

    Oh yeah, MLB’s bad boy Jim Bouton is in it too.

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    jank_w says:

    Tucker and Dale VS Evil

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    Valdivia says:

    @Mr Stagger Lee:

    I second Headhunters, even if I found the main actor super annoying (not the Lanister guy). It’s based on a Joe Nesbo novel I think. The series I recced before, Anikka Bengtzon is also based on a series of novels. The Scandinavians really know what they are doing with tv and movies.

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    Mnemosyne says:

    My mom just made us watch John Carter with her. It’s not a great film, but it’s a fun popcorn flick to watch with your mom.

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    meander says:

    I thought “How to Steal a Million” was a charming little “heist movie”, starring Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole.

    “Senna” is a compelling documentary of the Formula 1 racer. Lots of archival footage from F-1 races, a fascinating man, and complicated career.

    “The Naked City” from 1948 is a noir with a different feeling. Filmed on location in NYC, so it’s a glimpse of the city of the time.

    “Into the Deep”, a documentary about whaling in America, from the American Experience team (directed by Ric Burns, narration by Willem Dafoe).

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    kdaug says:

    @lamh35: Got it on now.

    It’s what had me thinking of Dark City and Cube.

    I should clarify about Cube. It’s a bunch of people stuck in a, well, cube, that’s made of identical cubical rooms (hence the low set budget requirement).

    Of course, one room has inverted gravity, one room has laser beams… you get the gist.

    Inventive and awesome.

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    dance around in your bones says:

    Oops. You said Netflix. My bad.

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    trollhattan says:

    Once had quite the love for Irish coffee, especially on cold, wet nights but eventually, my eyes would pop open around two o’clock, so I had to stop that nonsense. I would always get to sleep but sleeping through the night, not so much.

    Now, it’s no coffee after lunch, even if I gaze fondly at the espresso machine after dinner. Drat the luck.

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    sb says:

    Safety Not Guaranteed.

    Better than I thought it was going to be.

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    kdaug says:

    @Sebastian: Comedic opera?

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    Funkula says:

    Mad Men is on Netflix. /unhelpful

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    Katie5 says:

    Troll Hunter or Rare Exports. And to complete the Scandinavian trilogy: Borgen (or The Killing–the original or The Danish Swedish production The Bridge).

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    bigbee51 says:

    Seoul Train: it will simultaneously destroy/restore your faith in humanity

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    dance around in your bones says:

    We’ve been having Santa Ana winds here the last few days (hot, dry, gusty winds in SoCal). All the sun umbrellas are down in the backyard and one took a huge potted palm down with it last night.

    My lips are as dry as the Sahara. Sorry, all you waiting for spring folks. But this sucks. All the moisture just dissipates from your body. I’m drinking water and trying to store it up like a camel (ok, wine too).

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    suzanne says:

    I drink so much caffeine that I think it would take a FourLoko to keep me awake. I’m serious. I drink a huge cup of iced tea and then roll over and go to sleep, and the only disturbance is the fact that I will invariably have to pee.

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    Gex says:

    Better Off Ted.

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    Bruuuuce says:

    It’s baseball season. They’re not the deepest of flicks, but both Major League and my favorite, Bull Durham are worth rewatching.

    Or you can enjoy a young Kat Dennings in Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist (a teen flick that transcends its genre).

    Or (re)watch Seasons 2-4 of Babylon 5. Some of the most compelling TV ever.

    For something ongoing, Broadchurch is up to 5 eps (of 8, I think). It’s a really fascinating study of what happens in a small town after and around a murder. David Tennant is as good here as he has been in everything I’ve seen him in.

    That should hold you for a few 4PM coffeepot slips.

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    cmorenc says:

    Watching “The Vikings”. Synopsis: life in the nordic fijords in the 9th century was nasty, brutal, chilly, and usually ended short of living to anything near what we would consider old age. The drama is filmed in relatively unsaturated, darker colors which for stretches imitates what having partial color-blindness in red would be like, except for the occasional appearance of some clearly deep-red object. An interesting watch of an earlier savage tribal culture, but it will not leave many viewers pining for life in the fijords (or anywhere in northern Europe or Britain) eleven hundred+ years ago.

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    Brother Shotgun of Sweet Reason says:

    @dance around in your bones: I recall standing at the freeway entrance hitching from Claremont to San Diego one day when the Santa Anas were blowing. I was trying to find the shade from the freeway entrance sign and feeling my eyeballs dry out from the wind.

    “But it’s a dry heat.” Shit, 105 degrees is hot whether it’s humid or not.

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    Nacho Libre. “I want to wheen!”

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    Rob says:

    Go play Bioshock Infinite.

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    Brother Shotgun of Sweet Reason says:

    Here’s a couple of movies you ought to see if you haven’t yet:

    The Italian Job — original one with Michael Caine
    Dirty Rotten Scoundrels — Michael Caine again
    The Long Kiss Goodnight — Geena Davis, Samuel Jackson

    And, coffee. I can’t drink it past noon or I’m up all night.

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    MC Simon Milligan says:

    Stingray Sam

    Stingray Sam is not a hero, but he does do the things that folks don’t do that need to be done.

    If you like it try Cory McAbee’s other musical space western; American Astronaut.

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    Baron Elmo says:

    A superb thriller that hardly anyone knows is Le Corbeau, from French director Henri-Georges Clouzot, better known for The Wages of Fear (the ultimate cinematic white-knuckle ride, remade in the States as the distinctly inferior Sorcerer). An unknown, vicious-minded writer of damning anonymous letters turns a sleepy provincial French town into a powder keg. Keeps the tension burning throughout, right up to its brutal yet satisfying conclusion.

    Le Corbeau. See it. And if you haven’t yet seen The Wages of Fear, check that ‘un out, too — it’s the most fun you’ll have becoming a nervous wreck.

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    LurkyLoo2 says:

    Kind Hearts and Coronets
    The Great Race
    His Girl Friday
    Some Like it Hot

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    Baron Elmo says:

    @MC Simon Milligan:

    An enthusiastic echo for the two Cory McAbee films — both absolutely nuts in the best sense of the word.

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    LurkyLoo2 says:

    Swimming with Sharks

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    dance around in your bones says:

    @Brother Shotgun of Sweet Reason: Santa Ana’s can be brutal. The kids were down at the beach today and came home saying ‘Nonny, there was a sandstorm at the beach and it was stinging our skin!”

    That said, I have lived on the East Coast with high temperatures and wicked humidity (take a shower, get out, soaked with sweat in one minute) and I’ll take the ‘dry heat’ any day over that.

    I remember my sister coming to visit me in B’more (from ABQ) and getting off the plane and gasping that she couldn’t breathe from the moisture in the air. She thought she was gonna drown.

    Still, the Santa Ana’s suck. My eyeballs feel like dried peas.

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    eemom says:

    @dance around in your bones:

    The Pope of Greenwich Village

    We agreed on young Marlon Brando — are you also with me on young Mickey Rourke being teh hawt?

    (film is on Netflix too, btw, and a great rec.)

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    Chickamin Slam says:

    Watch God Bless America again.

    Or Shakes the Clown.
    Or Radioland Murders …

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    Hal says:

    I like to veg out on Cartoon Network’s Regular Show and the absolutely great Adventure Time, which gets better with every episode. A cartoon that can be surprisingly poignant and touching. Regular Show is great when drunk or high. or both. With Pizza. or Meatball subs.

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    Nemo_N says:

    Seriously, Dark City.

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    @Hal: +1 for Adventure Time. Also, Annoying Orange.

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    kdaug says:


    it will not leave many viewers pining for life in the fijords

    Not if yer nailed to a perch.

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    different-church-lady says:

    What a shame they never invented decaf…

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    Hal says:


    Star Trek The Next Generation or Deep Space 9

    I loved Next Generation, but DS9 never quite made it for me. Enjoyable, but honestly my least favorite series. I just didn’t see the point in creating a wormhole that sends you to the other side of the Galaxy, and instead of having the crew explore that quadrant of the galaxy, they just decide to stay on a space station and hang out in holo-suites.

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    mouse tolliver says:

    I’m watching Spaceballs on Encore while finishing off a bottle of Maker’s Mark. It’s way funnier than I remember, when I saw it for the first time in the 1980s. Jim J Bullock as Prince Valum. Ha ha ha ha ha ha. I’m so drunk right now.

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    dance around in your bones says:


    We agreed on young Marlon Brando — are you also with me on young Mickey Rourke being teh hawt?

    Oh my gawd, YES! (Before he ruined himself with the steroids and all) he was all hot and bothery.

    I just saw him in Rumblefish the other night and he just made me…..all hot and bothery. Motorcycle Boy!

    @Polish the Guillotines: I seriously freaked out my oldest grandkid by introducing him to Annoying Orange. He loved it/hated it/loved it etc. We don’t watch it together anymore.

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    C Nelson Reilly says:

    Beauty is Embarrassing – artist documentary

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    Steeplejack says:

    @Baron Elmo:

    Clouzot’s The Murderer Lives at Number 21 (1942) is coming on TCM at 2:15 a.m. EDT. “A detective poses as a clergyman to nab a killer.” Diabolique was on earlier.

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    Vikram says:

    Tey this Japanese movie Shall We Dance? Its a great little slice of life movie and way better than its 2004 piece of crap remake with richard gere & J-lo…

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    kdaug says:


    Seriously, Dark City.

    Thanks for the backup. Completely under most people’s radar – exactly how it’s supposed to be.

    (This is me, over here, giggling).

    If you haven’t seen it, do.

    Besides, who doesn’t like a fat, whiny Kiefer Sutherland?

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    eddie blake says:

    avengers: earth’s mightiest heroes was pretty darn good..

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    @dance around in your bones: My son introduced me to Annoying Orange. It cracks me up. The audacity to go for any laugh, no matter how cheap appeals to me.

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    nastybrutishntall says:

    I second Primer. Or Lunopolis.

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    mai naem says:

    Election with Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick.

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    Kevin says:

    The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – a raft of stellar British character actors including Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Bill Nighy.

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    dance around in your bones says:

    @Polish the Guillotines:

    The kid loves it, but sometimes the KNIFE at the end of every episode freaks him out a bit, though he claims it doesn’t. He’s only 6. His little brother, who is 4, won’t even enter the room if Annoying Orange is on. Same with South Park, which 6yrold and I watch with glee.

    eta:got moderated on previous comment for too many links, sorry for the dupe.

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    Seanly says:

    I’m in Chicago for 8 nights to help with a project. Been doing overtime so no time to see sites (though I did get downtown today). Anyway, been watching Netflix each night – the other night I watched a young Anthony Hopkins in “When Eight Bells Toll” which was a little strange but okay. I also watched “The Factory” with John Cusack – that was okay and “Immortals” – kind of a “300” wannabe with less homoeroticism. Was watching “The Courier” which is a bad low rent flick, but should get to bed since I need to get up in about 5 hours.

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    sinned34 says:

    The Venture Bros.

    You’re welcome.

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    dance around in your bones says:


    The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel – a raft of stellar British character actors including Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Bill Nighy.

    I loved that movie.

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    Steve says:

    Venture brothers is a treat, but wired awesome banraku also woody harrelson is in it!

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    mazareth says:

    Death Rides a Horse: a late 60s Spaghetti Western starring Lee van Cleef.

    Watched it with my middle brother about two weeks ago.

    Wine is an excellent sedative, BTW.

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    Kris Collins says:

    And you don’t watch Mad Men . . . why????

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    suzanne says:

    Okay. This is random, yet so full of WTF that I must share.

    My husband and I hiked Camelback Mountain today. As we were looking for a place to park near the trailhead, we passed a dude dressed in a knight’s costume walking toward the trail with a friend (who was dressed in typical hiking gear). And when I say a knight’s costume, I mean the full metal getup, helmet, chain mail, the whole shebang. As we climbed the mountain, we saw Lancelot and his friend walking back down the hill, and we overheard him saying, “This is starting to wear on me”.


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    minutemaid says:

    There is more than just GoT on Sundays. GoT is actually one of the more boring ones imho. Every season it gets more boring. They turn what could easily be 1 episode into 2 or 3 and hardly anything ever happens. There is hardly even any nudity anymore.

    Sundays also brings a new episode of Spartacus and Vikings. Both more interesting than GoT imho.

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    Kris Collins says:

    @dance around in your bones: I agree completely that is a simply lovely beautifully acted movie. Especially Bill Nighy and Tom Wilkinson.

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    dance around in your bones says:

    A skunk just cut loose in the backyard and my window happened to be open. Now my room is full of skunk stank. jeebus.

    @suzanne: That is….odd. (Didja get any pics?)

    @Kris Collins: I loved the evolution of the various characters – those who adapted and embraced the culture; the one who gave up and went home. The man who found his old lover and was embraced. It was just a lovely movie.

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    piratedan says:

    @kdaug: a 3rd vote for Dark City

    also too…..


    maybe an old classic like Von Ryan’s Express

    if you’re looking for a series to get hung up on I can heartily recommend MI-5 or as it’s sometimes known as Spooks

    great stuff…..

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    Temporarily Max McGee (soon enough to be Andy K again) says:

    Il Postino. Kung Fu Hustle. Mountains of the Moon.


    Vikings (Ragna)RAWKS! Even without cable, as I am, I’ve been watching it on Hulu, and watching it there before it even airs on tv.

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    dance around in your bones says:


    if you’re looking for a series to get hung up on I can heartily recommend MI-5 or as it’s sometimes known as Spooks

    I got totally hooked on that series and watched every episode. It was distressing how often they killed off some of my favorite characters, though. Very much worth watching.

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    Here is an earworm for you. Amazingly, they’re Canadian, and not from New Jersey.

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    Mike G says:

    Crossing the Line — BBC interview/documentary on the last American defector in North Korea.

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    askew says:

    Over 1/2 of the movies in this thread are not Netflix streaming options.

    On Netflix streaming, my go to tv series is The Good Guys starring Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks. It is hysterical. Also, like Warehouse 13. Fringe just got released this week.

    For movies, Hunger Games just got added. I’ve been going back and watching old 1980s comedies lately – Trading Places, Coming to America, etc. Great movies.

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    Sunnyjane says:

    Double Jeopardy, with Ashley Judd and Tommy Lee Jones.

    Also, a British movie, Keeping Mum with Maggie Smith. Hilarious.

    Also British, Calendar Girls with Helen Mirren. Great.

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    jon says:

    Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Venture Bros have been mentioned. “Impossible! He’s in Depeche Mode!” “I saw it on the VH1.”

    Don’t forget Metalocalypse! How to describe it? Imagine if the Hessian kids grew up to control the world’s largest economy. No, imagine the stupid people ruled. No, imagine rich people called little people ordinary dumbs dildoes. No, imagine clueless rich people unable to live without their servants. No, imagine all of that, plus GMILFs, international conspiracies, parental issues, Norwegian guitarists, the destruction of Finland, guns, kittens, underwater friends, Facebones, libertarian human resources, management by the most dangerous man alive, and a Murdercycle. Watch with captions on.

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    jon says:

    Did I mention it was animated by the spawn of Frank Frazetta and Hanna Barbera?

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    Bob h says:

    I was told to avoid alcohol for similar reasons but won’t. Just try to get it wrapped up by 6 or so.

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    Emily says:

    My favorite movie of all time is Nashville, directed by Robt Altman.

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    Ecks says:

    You should watch Mad Men. Duh.

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    Drc says:

    Life On Mars. BBC series. Two years 8 episodes each. Awesome TV and great early 70’s rock

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    Laura C says:

    A fairly obscure though recent movie available on Netflix: Today’s Special. Stars Aasif Mandvi. About food. It’s slight but entertaining.

    Also, if you haven’t seen the Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock Holmes, we recently started watching those and are very much enjoying them.

    (Obviously no longer relevant for last night, but for the next time.)

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    Hunter says:

    I have no idea how your taste runs, in spite of being a regular reader, but you might want to check out some TV series: Torchwood (Dr. Who spin-off, excellent cast, stories and execution), Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch in an updated Holmes series), and Cadfael (murder mysteries in 12th century England with Derek Jacobi).

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    DaddyJ says:

    John, try Cracker on Netflix (it was a BJ recommend that got me watching it, so you may already know it). First couple of seasons are great. I think you might enjoy the main character.

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    jon says:

    Jason of Star Command. Puts me to sleep every time.

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    Chris says:


    if you’re looking for a series to get hung up on I can heartily recommend MI-5 or as it’s sometimes known as Spooks

    I second this; it’s the best war on terror era spy show I’ve seen yet. Like “24” for grown-ups.

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    Capt. Seaweed says:

    You’re a hockey guy. “Goon” is worth a look.

    “Departures”. Because it’s unexpected and wonderful.

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    dave says:

    original house of cards with ian richardson. in honor of magie’s passing

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    bcinaz says:

    Really Cole, you should also have an Amazon Prime Account. I’ve had both for a couple of year and now watch way more Amazon than Netlfix.

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    nemesis says:

    Watch RUBBER. Its awesome. About a serial killer tire.

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    the Conster says:



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    Deb T says:

    I watched seasons 1 & 2 of The Glades on Netflix, and became such a fan I actually paid to watch Season 3 at Amazon. Hell on Wheels was also very good.
    Have you ever watched Justified? I can’t remember if it’s on Netflix or not. I paid and watched it on Amazon.
    I love watching premium series streaming. I can watch 2 or 3 episodes at a time. Rewatch if I missed something. The Glades took me a couple eps to get into. Hell on Wheels got to me right away, and I’m a true fan of Justified.

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    Deb T says:

    I loved Cracker. It was on PBS years ago.

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    Deb T says:

    DS9 – Star Trek goes to the mall.

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    Carl Powers says:

    video games. Try CIV-5 or Diablo 3, you’ll be up all night even if you want to sleep.

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    priscianus jr says:

    I can’t drink coffee after about NOON or I’ll be up all night.

    But there is this new thing they call “decaf”. You might want to try it.

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    Vickie Feminist says:

    Running with a Hitman stars Danny Aiello & is fuuny

    Happy Texas escaped convicts pose as gay guys who help little girls win pageants very silly.

    Personally, I’ve been known to swig a bit of nyquil to override caffeine insomnia.

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