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Old 09-01-2016, 12:57 PM   #51
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Jessica jones is good .I just finished watching life on Mars 1st series which I never saw first time round.
I really have to get on with this show. Instead of watching it, we have the 10 series box set of Smallville, which we have been binge watching. I never watched Smallville the first time round.
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Just finished watching narcos, trying not to give anything away based on real life events how far can they go with season 2?
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Just finished watching narcos, trying not to give anything away based on real life events how far can they go with season 2?
Well they could always finish the story
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Yeah ok I walked into that one!
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Well they could always finish the story
I'd imagine that's what they'll do alright
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I just meant they will have to drastically slow the pace down for season two as where it ended it not that far from where the (real) story ends!

I'll shut up now lol.
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Has anyone else watched this? It's a documentary about Steven Avery who was imprisoned for rape and served 18 years before being released when DNA evidence revealed it was someone else. He tried to sue the justice system for compensation and was instead locked up for a murder he (allegedly) didn't commit. He's still in prison.
I thought this was brilliant. I haven't been that addicted to tv since breaking bad. I watched 5 episodes back to back. It's taken my work by storm and everyones been asking questions and debating the issues (which is the point I guess) I really really enjoyed it. It's gripped people in a way I don't think ive seen before. Very thought provoking.
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I've just watched Rediculus 6. I thought it was hilarious. It's an Adam Sandler movie made for Netflix. It's had pretty shite reviews but I loved it! All star cast too...including Vanilla Ice
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To get real value out of your Netflix subscription, it's really worth subscribing to a cheap (or some are free) VPN service. In simple terms (for non-nerds!) it creates a secure connection between your machine and a server in the USA so that Netflix 'sees' you as connecting from America and lets you access the movies and shows available over there.

That way, you get access to a much larger selection of content:

Netflix UK: 3429 movies/shows

Netflix USA: 7169 movies/shows

Some of them are on both, so the total available is 8907 movies/shows :-)

It doesn't matter what your address is or where your card is registered, they only look at the IP address you connect from to decide where you are and the VPN connection makes me appear to be connecting from San Clemente, California!
Those using a VPN be prepared to lose the lot.

http://uk.pcmag.com/internet-product...epare-to-be-cu
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Those using a VPN be prepared to lose the lot.

http://uk.pcmag.com/internet-product...epare-to-be-cu
It won't change a thing. If Netflix could actually prevent it long term they would loose a hell of a lot of subscribers.
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