What are you watching?

About to watch Zulu in bed. Eleven victoria crosses were issued for the defence of Rorke's Drift. The Zulus under Dabulamanzi couldn't sieze on their triumph at the battle of Isandlwana. Anyone fancying this classic should read up on King Shaka and zulu tactics. The horns of the buffalo (encirclement) is an example of the zulu's superior and advanced battle tactics. It's quite intetesting.

 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
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YouTube has just suggested this to me. It turns out to be presented by that Scottish guy whose accent I asked about some time ago. I think there's some charm to that accent, actually. It's so unlike standard English, yet not at all difficult to understand.

 

I do enjoy Coogan's clever digs at champagne socialism by way of digging at the working class. I suspect Alan would receive a glowing write-up at the guardian's culture department for this beauty above.

Wasn't keen on episode I of This Time but episode II saw a return to form for our Alan.
 

Quintilianus

Active Member
I do no woodwork nor intend to do any in the future but I have lately been watching some of Matt Estlea videos. That was quite satisfying.
You can find them easily on youtube.
Don't know why but I like his speech flow.
 

Brutal. He later died doing this hobby. BASE is the most dangerous sport in the world and many die per year.

Edit: I've just read that both are now dead in this video through wingsuit impacts. Nutters.
 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
Staff member
Jesus Christ, when he flies through that hole...!
 
Dickinson, in the first video was warned by some in the BASE community that his proximity flying has too many variables. Such a tiny community yet they're dropping like flies each month, so many deaths.
 

I did find a stream of Tous les Matins du Monde with english subtitles for later viewing but I now can't find it within the myriad of virus infected links on google.
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
This week I started watching HBO's TV Series Westworld Season 1 (currently on episode 3). I was sceptical at first, but the show made a positive impression on me.

 
Not much of a fan of today's TV in terms of modern adaptations and new films but the occasional thing pops up. Like Metalhead.

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I did find a stream of Tous les Matins du Monde with english subtitles for later viewing but I now can't find it within the myriad of virus infected links on google.

I found a stream but the subtitle translation was utterly bizarre. It just didn't make sense. Switched off after 10 minutes. I can't believe the only way I'll be able to watch this film is to find a dvd copy. I really want to watch it as well.
 
I've no idea but it was unwatchable. On 123movies but you have to circumnavigate pop-ups a few times before it finally plays. Such a gutter.


Edit: it's not 123movies it's 123enjoy.net. Just checked phone history.
 

Etaoin Shrdlu

Civis Illustris
I'm not going to go there to find out, but 123Movies was reputed to be the world's most popular illegal site before it was shut down by the Vietnamese government. It still apparently exists on mirror sites, but going to that sort of place is like making your computer play Russian roulette due to viruses. Weird subtitles are the least of it.
 

Matthaeus

Vemortuicida strenuus
Just live-streamed "The Madness of King George"
 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
Staff member
Right now, I'm watching the news. Well, I was watching the news, put it on hold and came to the forum, and am about to leave to resume watching the news.
 

J.M

Active Member
Salve!
Well, right now I am watching the movie Aliens from 1986 LOL,
J.M
 
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