Binge-watching shows or movie suggestions

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During this gambling apocalypse I’m looking for shows to binge watch or movies to check out. Like a few others here I’m big on documentaries

Some of my favorites I’ve watched last few years:

Chernobyl mini series

Narcos

Free Solo documentary (possibly the greatest athletic achievement in history)

Icarus

Homeland
 
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Stevo

EOG Senior Member
#5
Did you watch the Clint Eastwood (docudrama I believe the best to describe) produced about The Centennial Park Bombing?

Guy who played Richard Jewell was great!
 
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Did you watch the Clint Eastwood (docudrama I believe the best to describe) produced about The Centennial Park Bombing?

Guy who played Richard Jewell was great!
I haven’t seen that yet-is it already available for streaming? I did see a 30 for 30 documentary on Richard Jewell and feel awful for how they destroyed his life
 

Stevo

EOG Senior Member
#10
I haven’t seen that yet-is it already available for streaming? I did see a 30 for 30 documentary on Richard Jewell and feel awful for how they destroyed his life
Yes if you have a Bushay Box or Firestick it's streaming now on Cinema HD.

That is exactly what Clint Zoomed in on Heisenberg. What they did do this guy. The other part that is great is how his lawyer is TOTALLY out of his league except in his belief in Richard.
 
#11
This Documentary changed my Life in that I now have a better perspective of where we all here on Earth sit in the Space-Time Continuum.
A Tree is still alive from when Jesus Christ walked the earth and when the Pyramids were built.
Old boy has seen some things. This is why Dave Malinsky made his sacred treks.
One of the top 3 documentaries I have ever watched:


 
#12
Yes if you have a Bushay Box or Firestick it's streaming now on Cinema HD.

That is exactly what Clint Zoomed in on Heisenberg. What they did do this guy. The other part that is great is how his lawyer is TOTALLY out of his league except in his belief in Richard.
I do have a fire Tv box with Cinema-thanks again Stevo
 
#16
One of my favourites for binge watching is Bar Rescue with Jon Taffer. I love how he attacks and embarrasses the bar owners forcing them to admit their failure.
I am AMAZED when the owners don't take his suggestions as if he doesn't know what they are talking about. same goes with gordon ramsey's hell's kitchen.

but what I hate is when they do the test run and having bartenders making complex drinks with a bar full of people. they can't mix simple drinks correctly (over pouring) but now they have 4 things to remember with 50 people waiting.
 

Stevo

EOG Senior Member
#17
Just finished this documentary series on the McDonald's monopoly FBI investigation-pretty entertaining



Loved this one. The only ? I had for some of these stupid people was how did they not realize they would be taxed. There were people that ended up in the red when tax time came. That's all Ill say.
 
#18
Right on Stott-thanks

BTW-are you related to Bryson Stott the UNLV SS who got drafted first round last year?
No but my best friend Eric used to live next door to him and said he is a very humble and good guy. I told him to grab some Bryson Stott Rookie cards and he did.

My Grandmother on my Dad's side did Geneaology on our family for like 20 years and I am actually related to many famous people including Harry Truman, John Wooden (a cousin), Tony Dorsett (through Slavery in PA, slave owners took owners' last names), William the Conqueror and I am the 28th direct descendant of Charlemagne.

Also, I am actually related to you and all of you mf's here and everyone on Earth through (Mitochondrial) Eve, the true mother of all of us as DNA from the Rift Valley (Africa) has shown. That's why I always say (write) "brother," brother. Math never lies. 2-4-8-16-32-64-128-256....

So I guess that I am related to him, and probably closely through the "Stott" name. He is now my favorite MLB prospect/player. Unless Ichiro returns. It doesn't matter, everybody still calls me "Scott" and spells it that way even after handing them my ID. We live in The Age Of The Nimrod. The Digital Age but letters and numbers don't matter.

The Stott surname is generally thought to derive from the Middle English word "stott," meaning a "steer," or "bull." As such it was likely originally an occupational name for a cattleman, or perhaps a nickname.

Early Origins of the Stotts family
The surname Stotts was first found in Yorkshire, but by the 15th century some of the family name had moved north to Aberdeenshire where Andrew Stott was a Burgess there in 1490. Later, Margaret Stote held a family seat in Dolphinstoun in Lanarkshire in 1675, and Alexander Stote held a family seat in Maynes in Balyeordie in Renfrewshire in 1689.
 
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No but my best friend Eric used to live next door to him and said he is a very humble and good guy. I told him to grab some Bryson Stott Rookie cards and he did.

My Grandmother on my Dad's side did Geneaology on our family for like 20 years and I am actually related to many famous people including Harry Truman, John Wooden (a cousin), Tony Dorsett (through Slavery in PA, slave owners took owners' last names), William the Conqueror and I am the 28th direct descendant of Charlemagne.

Also, I am actually related to you and all of you mf's here and everyone on Earth through (Mitochondrial) Eve, the true mother of all of us as DNA from the Rift Valley (Africa) has shown. That's why I always say (write) "brother," brother. Math never lies. 2-4-8-16-32-64-128-256....

So I guess that I am related to him, and probably closely through the "Stott" name. He is now my favorite MLB prospect/player. Unless Ichiro returns. It doesn't matter, everybody still calls me "Scott" and spells it that way even after handing them my ID. We live in The Age Of The Nimrod. The Digital Age but letters and numbers don't matter.

The Stott surname is generally thought to derive from the Middle English word "stott," meaning a "steer," or "bull." As such it was likely originally an occupational name for a cattleman, or perhaps a nickname.

Early Origins of the Stotts family
The surname Stotts was first found in Yorkshire, but by the 15th century some of the family name had moved north to Aberdeenshire where Andrew Stott was a Burgess there in 1490. Later, Margaret Stote held a family seat in Dolphinstoun in Lanarkshire in 1675, and Alexander Stote held a family seat in Maynes in Balyeordie in Renfrewshire in 1689.
Thanks for the reply Stott-very interesting
 
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Loved this one. The only ? I had for some of these stupid people was how did they not realize they would be taxed. There were people that ended up in the red when tax time came. That's all Ill say.
No kidding! The other question I had was McDonald's never fogured out they were being scammed when all of the winners were coming from the same general area of the country.
 
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I am AMAZED when the owners don't take his suggestions as if he doesn't know what they are talking about. same goes with gordon ramsey's hell's kitchen.

but what I hate is when they do the test run and having bartenders making complex drinks with a bar full of people. they can't mix simple drinks correctly (over pouring) but now they have 4 things to remember with 50 people waiting.
Sports, I hate to tell you, but all of these "reality" shows are scripted, almost everything that's said and done is scripted for TV. I don't watch any of them, but I've read about them and they're all scripted to make the shows as compelling as they can, they try to have as much drama as possible so it makes for better TV
 
#25
Sports, I hate to tell you, but all of these "reality" shows are scripted, almost everything that's said and done is scripted for TV. I don't watch any of them, but I've read about them and they're all scripted to make the shows as compelling as they can, they try to have as much drama as possible so it makes for better TV
WWWWHHHHHAAAATTTTT!!

how dare you.

I thought when the credits run and it says "writers" that those people are the ones who put little notes on the screen during the show.

wtf. what next?
 
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Sports, I hate to tell you, but all of these "reality" shows are scripted, almost everything that's said and done is scripted for TV. I don't watch any of them, but I've read about them and they're all scripted to make the shows as compelling as they can, they try to have as much drama as possible so it makes for better TV
That's why the Osbornes is my all time favorite reality show. No script writer could ever come up with better material than that families every day interactions.
 
#28
That's why the Osbornes is my all time favorite reality show. No script writer could ever come up with better material than that families every day interactions.
My brother is a huge Ozzy fan, he watched that show religiously, I've only seen it a handful of times, but you're right, there's no way to "script" Ozzy
 

Stevo

EOG Senior Member
#32
i saw it, it was good, not great, a real shame what they did to that man.
I'll never be able to watch that FBI guy in another role and not hate him........LOL.

At this point "good" is O.K. with me. Desperate times Mr Merlin. Running out of stuff to watch. My wife just asked what I was reading. I told her what everyone's favorite candy bar was.
 
#38
I do have a fire Tv box with Cinema-thanks again Stevo
If you don't have the Real-Debrid service paired with your Cinema app you're really missing out. Heres how to get it and what I posted in my group yesterday for all my customers.

INSTRUCTIONS
Go to the real-debrid.com website and make an account. They will send you a confirmation email. Once the email arrives [instantly] you'll need to click the link in the body of the email to confirm your registration. [nothing more]. Once you've done that, go back to the real-debrid site and log in. Once logged in, scroll down and choose a plan. It's a European company so your paying in Euros but it will convert it to $US funds for you. One issue is normally your bank will put a hold on your payment as it flags all overseas or transactions outside the USA as a fraud precaution. [This is a good thing] For me, I was sent a text instantly asking if it was me that made the attempted transaction. I texted back "yes" and the transaction was approved. I believe I needed to send the payment again. I can't remember now. Once your payment is approved, you now need to go real-debrid.com/device. Then on your firestick, open the Cinema app and click the 3 line button in the top left-hand corner, scroll down to settings, click settings and scroll down till you see "Login to Real-Debrid". Once there, click it and you'll see on the 3rd line an 8 digit code. You enter that into the website above and you're now paired up.

6 months [180 days] will cost you between $17-18 $US or again....PP me $20 and I'll do the bulk of that for you.

One other important thing. You can put Real-Debrid on your Cinema-Cyberflix-BeeTV apps among others, and use it on as many devices as you like under one IP Address. If you have more than one stick, and someone at home is watching something on Cinema, and you take your 2nd device to another location and try and use it, they will suspend your account for doing something you're not supposed to do. Just so you understand. And there's no one to talk to if it was a mistake what you did. You will need to make another account with another email.

Real-Debrid streams will appear in YELLOW along with the normal white streams when clicking on a show. They will be in PURPLE in the CyberFlix app.
 
#39
If you don't have the Real-Debrid service paired with your Cinema app you're really missing out. Heres how to get it and what I posted in my group yesterday for all my customers.

INSTRUCTIONS
Go to the real-debrid.com website and make an account. They will send you a confirmation email. Once the email arrives [instantly] you'll need to click the link in the body of the email to confirm your registration. [nothing more]. Once you've done that, go back to the real-debrid site and log in. Once logged in, scroll down and choose a plan. It's a European company so your paying in Euros but it will convert it to $US funds for you. One issue is normally your bank will put a hold on your payment as it flags all overseas or transactions outside the USA as a fraud precaution. [This is a good thing] For me, I was sent a text instantly asking if it was me that made the attempted transaction. I texted back "yes" and the transaction was approved. I believe I needed to send the payment again. I can't remember now. Once your payment is approved, you now need to go real-debrid.com/device. Then on your firestick, open the Cinema app and click the 3 line button in the top left-hand corner, scroll down to settings, click settings and scroll down till you see "Login to Real-Debrid". Once there, click it and you'll see on the 3rd line an 8 digit code. You enter that into the website above and you're now paired up.

6 months [180 days] will cost you between $17-18 $US or again....PP me $20 and I'll do the bulk of that for you.

One other important thing. You can put Real-Debrid on your Cinema-Cyberflix-BeeTV apps among others, and use it on as many devices as you like under one IP Address. If you have more than one stick, and someone at home is watching something on Cinema, and you take your 2nd device to another location and try and use it, they will suspend your account for doing something you're not supposed to do. Just so you understand. And there's no one to talk to if it was a mistake what you did. You will need to make another account with another email.

Real-Debrid streams will appear in YELLOW along with the normal white streams when clicking on a show. They will be in PURPLE in the CyberFlix app.
Thanks Bushay-Always appreciate the help you’ve given on this
 
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