Television and Movies


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"A loving heart is the truest wisdom."
We have the very basic of TV so much viewing is on Netflix, snd in Canada is limited. My wife will PVR programs, some . . .
New reboot of Quantum Leap, Survivor, Amazing Race Canada, Big Sky, The Conner's, Home Economics.

Michael Tuesdays & Thursdays - 9/10
Netflix TV series.

A shrink has a set of foibles that seem just as wacky as his regular Tuesday and Thursday patient, Michael. They’ve seen each other for 15 years. They’re making progress, we’re told.

Really liked this series

Also on Netflix Thai Cave Rescue - 9/10

TV series that chronicles the rescue of the 12 boys and their soccer coach, who were trapped for two weeks in flooded caves in Thailand during the summer of 2018.
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I very rarely watch movies anymore...or television for that matter.

But when I do I'm usually glued to Curiosity channel, which is a spin off from Discovery. Or Animal Planet. National Geographic is also a favourite. And Food Network.

Sometimes even the Home Channel. (I like to dream that I have a house like that...)

Oh, and my favourite series are Expedition Unknown and Ancient Aliens. I also loved watching Bones, which was the only 'non-reality' tv series I followed.

Don't look at me like that. 😁


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"A loving heart is the truest wisdom."
Watched all 6 episodes of The Empress (TV series) 10/10 Netflix



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Killer Sally Netflix (haven't watched yet, added to me list for the weekend)

Interviews with friends, family and Sally McNeil herself chart a bodybuilding couple’s rocky marriage — and its shocking end in a Valentine's Day murder.



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"No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable. -Socrates"
My wife and I don't find a lot of modern entertainment content to be very family-friendly so we've been opting to watch older content when we do sit down together. We've been having fun watching old documentaries from the National Film Board of Canada. This one, Age is No Barrier (1989), was a fun one:

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Shieldmaiden from France
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Just watched “The Swimmers”, about the two refugee sisters who pulled their boat to safety and then went on to swim for the Olympics.

The movie is equally important in terms of showing the realities of refugee crossings as well as being inspiring fin terms of the determination of this girl athlete. Highly recommend though heavy at points.