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    Seen the Mandelorian Martin, it’s fantastic,
    Best Star Wars since Empire for me, even edges out Rogue One.

    Not just the Movies but any tv series’ or other content all there too, including all bonus stuff on Blu-rays like deleted scenes, commentaries n stuff.

    Looking forward to seeing it again in 4K this time, not in compressed 1080p
    Some good stuff to dig into, sorted for viewing I think.
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    Giving this a go later (available on BBC iplayer)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Seen the Mandelorian Martin, it’s fantastic,
    Best Star Wars since Empire for me, even edges out Rogue One.
    You way ahead of me then, I only got round to Rogue One last month.
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    What did you think?
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    Best since 'Empire'. Some really great scenes in it and I liked the way that it segues into 'A New Hope.' That was done really well.
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    Agree 100% mate.

    Well, it WAS best since empire till Mandelorian came along.
    That gritty “real world” quality Rogue had, Mando’s got all that and more.

    Your in for a treat when you see it.
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    The Odd Couple 1968, stars Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau.
    Story and screenplay by Neil Simon. Directed by Gene Saks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    1941..1979 directed by Stephen Spielberg.
    Was very disappointed with '1941'. Maybe I wa expecting too much.
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    Stir Crazy (1980)

    Sort of an appropriate watch at the moment. Seen this loads of times and it's always good. What can you say about Richard Pryor? Nobody's ever come close since and probably never will.
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    Rio Lobo. 1970. Stars Duke Wayne .. the 3rd of the Howard Hawks trilogy on sheriffs defending towns, the others being Rio Bravo and El Dorado.

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