Few more Netflix shows worth watching...For you WWII buffs, I know I had already mentioned WWII in Colour.
WWII in HD...the war from an American perspective. Some of the footage is really graphic.
Greatest Event of WWII - focuses on the some of the most important events of WWII..mostly important battles such as Pearl Harbor, Stalingrad, Midway & D-Day but then also other events such as the Dresden bombing and the liberation of Buchenwald
A tentative list of upcoming Ken Burns docs. I can't wait.I am in the process of rewatching Ken Burns' Jazz series.
3 very solid choices there.
Few more Netflix shows worth watching...
Medal of Honor - the bravery and courage of some of these individuals is absolutely beyond comprehension. 40MM Americans have served in the armed forces. There have been 3,600 Medal of Honor winners.
Tokyo Trial - the pacific equivalent of the Nuremberg trials...
Five Who Came Back - Story of five very well-known directors (Frank Capra, John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, George Stevens) and how they chronicled WWII on behalf of the Armed forces
For those of you who like to cook: Chef's Table...
Home Game - Documentary about unique traditional sports from around the world including Calcio Storico - a five-hundred year old tradition in Florence, Italy which is a mixture of soccer and MMA (I kid you not - no flopping in this game)...
Will do. Thx for tip.Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with David Chang and a celebrity visiting a city on Netflix is good.
His series "Ugly Delicious" gets a little preachy and argumentative in a food snob kind of way, because the co-star is a NY Times restaurant reviewer who helped make Chang and Momofuku famous, and later wrote a cookbook together. Those shows were kind of clunky. Too food nerdy.
But the new series is really fun. First episode is David and Seth Rogen getting baked and then wandering around Vancouver eating tons of foods at all sorts of places. Who knew that Vancouver in the 1980s and earlier was a haven for Chinese and other Asian immigrants? Great show, Give it a try,
Is the Hunt on Netflix?Just finished The Hunt and it was fantastic. Loved it. Surprising first 10 minutes.
Would love some sort sequel or even a prequel.
Also watched Scoob, kind of had to since scooby is my favorite cartoon of all time and man was it a let down. Animation was great and scooby voice but man the plot was weak, the opening like 10-15 minutes was decent but man it lacked hard core after that.
If you like The Magnificent 7, try and find the original: The Seven Samarai by Kurasawa. Same story, different place and time. There were other westerns based on Kurasawa's flims, also. A Fist Full of Dollars was a remake of Yojimbo. While The Magnificent 7 and The Seven Samarai are comparable, Yojimbo is a better movie than A Fist Full of Dollars.
So, I watched Narcos Mexico and am now watching Narcos (both on Netflix)...Will do. Thx for tip.