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The Official BBO Netflix Movie/Show Referral Thread Hint: I did not like Mad Men

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Posted 2021-March-29, 14:52

We stumbled on "My Octopus Teacher" on Netflix a few days ago and were blown away. The story and the photography are hard to beat. The octopus is unforgettable.
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Posted 2021-April-04, 05:55

I watched American Factory on Netflix, a documentary about a Chinese owned auto glass factory in Ohio and the conflicts that arise as workers and managers strive to meet goals for efficiency, quality, profitability and decent working conditions in this surreal outpost of the new economy.
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Posted 2021-April-07, 15:24

We watched Never Rarely Sometimes Always on HBO. This is Sidney Flanigan's first movie. She nailed the key scene on her first take. Wow.
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Posted 2021-April-12, 08:30

After watching "Gardeners' World" for a few months (streaming on Amazon Prime), I'm spending more time in the garden and thoroughly enjoying it. The show is addictive. Yesterday, we rescued some hydrangea plants and gladiolas from the yard of a former neighbor whose house is being torn down. The hydrangeas showed clear signs of distress after the operation but today their leaves have perked up and they appear to be thriving in their new location.
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Posted 2021-April-15, 07:15

We watched Thomas Vinterberg's Another Round starring Mads Mikkelsen. It feels like a semi-goofy, semi-poignant take on the problem of anxiety and the possibility of using mind altering substances to at least glimpse other ways of being and maybe even opt for one. Mikkelsen fans will not be disappointed by his performance.
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Posted 2021-July-01, 12:37

Middle of Nowhere is very good. On Netflix.

Kate Winslet is very good in Mare of Easttown. I enjoyed the hometown feel. I would have enjoyed it more if they'd cut the running time in half. On HBO

Jean Smart is very good in Hacks. So is her co-star Hannah Einbinder. On HBO.
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