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I saw the BBC miniseries version a few years ago. (Paul Dano was the most accurate Bezukov to date) Then I went back to read the book as “my commute read”. For a book whose length is the butt of jokes, it was enjoyable.

I picked up the Russian film version while doing a Viewing tour of foreign war films.

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Then you will appreciate this article.

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last bbc series in which he had a leading role? Or maybe Avenue 5 was a swing and a miss.

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It was wacky. It made my eyes roll a lot, but if there is a season 2 I will watch it.

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I agree. I just loved the silliness of Avenue 5. It was a slow burn, but worth it for me.

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Andersen Air Force Base stars in upcoming Netflix film ‘Operation Christmas Drop’

Could this bee the feel-good romp about the USAF dropping stuff the world is waiting for?

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Haven’t seen a good air force movie since The Starfighters.

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Glad I recorded all of my holiday specials. It takes too much time to figure out which network or service would have a specific show - especially in November and December. Sometimes, I couldn’t find any station showing certain classic movies because of some licensing or financial conflict. Now, the only ones I track are holiday clip shows, like the SNL episodes.

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Here’s an upcoming documentary I plan to watch:

More on Beethoven in China:


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Just watched “Attack the Block” for the third time, although it was the first time my SO has seen it. Fucking brilliant, although Ms Immutable did occasionally ask me to translate Brixton into Australian English. Now I wonder if the Asian Dub Foundation Guide to South London wasn’t enough of a language tutorial.

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‘Pathfinders’ - the Pioneering Science Fiction Television Series

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