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In Reply to: RE: Bloodlands on Prime posted by MaxwellP on August 13, 2021 at 12:02:52
With British series it is a hit and miss situation, some of them are just plain slow, lacking energy.
Our agreement on hit or miss may not align, but I've kept a list of what I've watched. Unfortunately, I'm on a lake vacation for a few days, and my list and TV are far behind. I'll post a few recommendations when I return.
A few days is not a problem.
Sorry for the delay...I see that Britbox is running a promotion now for 99 cents a month for the first two months. For that price you should find something you like.
Little Boy Blue
You might find something among those. Or you may hate them all...
Might start tonight. Some names I recognize.
We are making slow progress along New Tricks. It is entertaining in spots, but its humor is growing tedious.
...finishing your list and are very grateful, just watched A Confession...
So if you would like to add to that list - please do so! :)
There's a couple of the things that I've seen on Amazon Prime recently which I would recommend--Howard's End (the 4 part series, not the 1992 movie) and The Tunnel (a British/French take on the Danish series Bron/Bridge).
Hope all is well.
found them both very enjoyable and with a decent pace delivering substantial details and complexities with fine acting.
which isn't available in my region (US) so if you watch the Russel Crowe 2009 version I'll be waiting to hear what you thought.
I think both are available on Prime.
which is also not on Prime not the Mel Gibson version which I haven't seen. I found these on Netflix DVD rental but dumped that so can't say if they're there..
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