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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    Band of Brothers is incredible.
    Holy fuk episode 8 is on another level. They have all been good, but this is the real deal. I bet IMDB gives it love compared to the other episodes.

    It's the prisoner extract with the new West Point kid and Webster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Holy fuk episode 8 is on another level. They have all been good, but this is the real deal. I bet IMDB gives it love compared to the other episodes.

    It's the prisoner extract with the new West Point kid and Webster.

    If you haven't, you should read the book. They did a great job with that show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NightTrainLayne View Post
    If you haven't, you should read the book. They did a great job with that show.
    I bet it's good. I might check it out. I liked his railroad book.

    I know some academics or something threw a lot of shade on Ambrose for shoddy research or something like that.
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    Ragnorak. Excellent excellent show. 9/10
    Filmed in Norway so either subtitles or dubbed in like old kung fu movies. Still an excellent watch. Plus its incredibly beautiful over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff View Post
    I've seen Band of Brothers probably like 4-5 times, but never have been able to commit to The Pacific. Should I give it another try?
    You definitely should. Any shows or movies like that are phenomenal and help memorialize some of the greatest men to ever call themselves Americans. Also watch Hacksaw Ridge if you haven't already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Holy fuk episode 8 is on another level. They have all been good, but this is the real deal. I bet IMDB gives it love compared to the other episodes.

    It's the prisoner extract with the new West Point kid and Webster.
    I watched that show when it came on originally and I was too young to fully appreciate it. As I've gotten older and learned more about military history, I've really learned how to appreciate those stories and the impact that they've had. Jocko's podcast also deserves credit for that. I've learned a lot from that show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    I bet it's good. I might check it out. I liked his railroad book.

    I know some academics or something threw a lot of shade on Ambrose for shoddy research or something like that.

    Yes, and now it's been so long that I don't remember the specifics.

    At the time, I recall feeling like the academics were arguing about angels on heads of pins. Like, they kind of had a point, but overall they had missed the boat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    Band of Brothers is incredible. Dick Winters was THE man. When I got my free trial of HBO Max I re-watched Band of Brothers and The Pacific. Such incredible shows.
    I haven't watched them since they first came out. After reading the last couple pages, I think I'm going to watch them again.

    It seems like anything historical that Tom Hanks has a part of, especially those he created/produced/directed, work really hard to honor that history -- especially with the reverence he plays to WWII vets and history.

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    https://www.veterantv.com/

    You definitely have to have a sense of humor watching this.
    why you so serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buff View Post
    I've seen Band of Brothers probably like 4-5 times, but never have been able to commit to The Pacific. Should I give it another try?
    Yes. I found “The Pacific” better than “Band of Brothers”.
    why you so serious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northman View Post
    What did you think? I think its a fantastic movie.
    It was a great movie
    why you so serious!

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    Wife and i finished up "Suits" which was phenomenal. Now back to the "The Strain".

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    Dr Death with Christian Slater and Alec Baldwin. Was pretty interesting, a bit slow in places, but overall a good binge. Based on a true story.


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    I finished the Queen's Gambit - I really enjoyed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEM View Post
    Dr Death with Christian Slater and Alec Baldwin. Was pretty interesting, a bit slow in places, but overall a good binge. Based on a true story.

    Agreed. I found myself goofing around on the phone/laptop while watching it, but I thought it was enjoyable. I loved Slater's character -- the sarcasm did my heart good.

    I've also started watching Big Shots (I think that's the name and I think it's on Apple TV), which is John Stamos as a hot tempered college coach that gets banned from NCAA basketball and the only job he could get was coaching an all girls prep/private school. Watched the first two episodes on Saturday and it was pretty good.

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