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I positively love GOT - seen it twice...

 

But anything with mafia etc gets a pass from me, so no sopranos. Seen Godfather 1-3 but will not do it again. Watched a little of Breaking Bad, but got bored. And anything that even remotely resembles reality tv (including dancing, baking etc etc) really gets my gag reflexes going

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to tell the truth WE didn't have TV for the longest time.

And movie going was less important than studies.

  So there must be hundreds of movies and "made for tv" shows like that BadBreak and Games Of Thrones etc.. that I have NOT seen..

even THAT Tom  Cruise movie with fighter jets.

can't recall its name..

 

I know , how boring am I. 

:mental:  :notworking:

 

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1 hour ago, MARU5137 said:

to tell the truth WE didn't have TV for the longest time.

And movie going was less important than studies.

  So there must be hundreds of movies and "made for tv" shows like that BadBreak and Games Of Thrones etc.. that I have NOT seen..

even THAT Tom  Cruise movie with fighter jets.

can't recall its name..

 

I know , how boring am I. 

:mental:  :notworking:

 


Do you mean “Top Gun”?

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On 12/26/2020 at 9:54 AM, Jennings Heilig said:

Lost was a waste. GoT and Breaking Bad are some of the best television ever made.

Agreed.   Don't just write off GoT as a "dungeons and dragons" type show, it's so much more.   Breaking Bad was fabulous.   Add to that Boardwalk Empire, Ozark, Band of Brothers and The Fall. All are "must see TV".

 

One series that I just didn't get into was Mad Men.   Just had another friend rave about it.   I may have to check it out again. 

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I loved Mad Men.  I guess because I have memories of a lot of the time period covered, and the art direction was *so* great in that series.  It was literally like being back in the 1960s.  Yes, it was a soap opera, but so is a lot of good TV.  Just with better production values.

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