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Offline Jonathan Hill Reading too slowly
28 Mar 2016, 08:29 PM | Post: #11

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Tim, I'm struggling a little with Sons of Anarchy. Only watched a handful of episodes. Should I continue?
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29 Mar 2016, 01:16 PM | Post: #12

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Loving Daredevil on Netflix. We watched Grace & Frankie recently which was brilliant, great cast too with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Martin Sheen.

There's lots on Netflix though not everything. I want to watch The Man In The High Castle but can't justify buying a Firestick just for that. Then again I do have an HDMI cable so I can just hook my laptop up to the TV. That takes effort though, and most of the time I'm too lazy to bother Big Grin hehe
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RE: Lovefilm vs Netflix ?

(28 Mar 2016 08:29 PM)Jonathan Hill Wrote: Wrote:  Tim, I'm struggling a little with Sons of Anarchy. Only watched a handful of episodes. Should I continue?
It can be inconsistent, but yes it's worth persisting with. I haven't got through the whole series yet (cos I'm binge-watching Person of Interest right now) Cool
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(28 Mar 2016 08:29 PM)Jonathan Hill Wrote: Wrote:  Tim, I'm struggling a little with Sons of Anarchy. Only watched a handful of episodes. Should I continue?
I wasn't sure at first because it didn't seem like something I'd like. My daughter told me to persevere, and it does get much better as it goes on. The characters develop and the stories are engaging. I've seen all of them and enjoyed them. Final seasons can be a disappointment but the SOA final season is very good.
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(29 Mar 2016 01:16 PM)Matt5ki Wrote: Wrote:  Loving Daredevil on Netflix. We watched Grace & Frankie recently which was brilliant, great cast too with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Martin Sheen.

There's lots on Netflix though not everything. I want to watch The Man In The High Castle but can't justify buying a Firestick just for that. Then again I do have an HDMI cable so I can just hook my laptop up to the TV. That takes effort though, and most of the time I'm too lazy to bother Big Grin hehe
I absolutely adored Grace & Frankie.  The second season had a slightly different tone to it, but it was no less brilliant.   Also loving Orange Is The New Black & Stranger Things.

Netflix is great for some things, but its the TK Maxx of television.  You cant get on looking for something specific, because it likely won't have it.  Go in and rumble through the jungle though, and you're likely to come out with your basket full.
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