One to watch

An area to discuss any books you have read, films that you have seen or television programmes
User avatar

Topic author
Stephen
Captain
Captain
Posts: 11241
Joined: January 2013
Location: Down Souf. The civilised end of the country :)

One to watch

Post by Stephen »

For those in self isolation or anyone wanting to watch a feel good film I can thoroughly recommend getting the DVD titled 'Fishermans Friends'.

User avatar

Onelife
Deputy Captain
Deputy Captain
Posts: 6334
Joined: January 2013

Re: One to watch

Post by Onelife »

Stephen wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 10:19
For those in self isolation or anyone wanting to watch a feel good film I can thoroughly recommend getting the DVD titled 'Fishermans Friends'.
We watched it the other night :thumbup:.........l wanted to see where l parked my last car ;) :wave:

User avatar

david63
Site Admin
Site Admin
Posts: 6548
Joined: January 2012
Location: Lancashire

Re: One to watch

Post by david63 »

Not sure that a film about making sweets appeals :roll: :roll:

User avatar

Topic author
Stephen
Captain
Captain
Posts: 11241
Joined: January 2013
Location: Down Souf. The civilised end of the country :)

Re: One to watch

Post by Stephen »

david63 wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 11:51
Not sure that a film about making sweets appeals :roll: :roll:
:yawn:

User avatar

barney
Senior First Officer
Senior First Officer
Posts: 3462
Joined: March 2013
Location: Instow Devon

Re: One to watch

Post by barney »

We’ve watched Sicario and Sicario 2 on consecutive nights .
Very good but not for the squeamish out there


Whynd1
First Officer
First Officer
Posts: 1366
Joined: February 2013
Location: Gower, Swansea

Re: One to watch

Post by Whynd1 »

We are watching Yes Minister.
Brilliant and so relevant even today.

User avatar

Topic author
Stephen
Captain
Captain
Posts: 11241
Joined: January 2013
Location: Down Souf. The civilised end of the country :)

Re: One to watch

Post by Stephen »

Whynd1 wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 14:11
We are watching Yes Minister.
Brilliant and so relevant even today.

Might have to dig the box set out of that.

We've been watching Lovejoy on catch-up. Easy watching entertainment.


Quizzical Bob
Senior First Officer
Senior First Officer
Posts: 3697
Joined: January 2013

Re: One to watch

Post by Quizzical Bob »

Tonight I shall watch the last episode of Game of Thrones. I have had the box set for some time but I thought I ought to watch it whilst I still can.

User avatar

Onelife
Deputy Captain
Deputy Captain
Posts: 6334
Joined: January 2013

Re: One to watch

Post by Onelife »

Quizzical Bob wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 16:20
Tonight I shall watch the last episode of Game of Thrones. I have had the box set for some time but I thought I ought to watch it whilst I still can.
You're in for a treat QB....We absolutely loved GOF

If you are looking for something to fill the massive gap GOT leaves you might like to watch "Outlander"........you'll be hooked after the first episode.

:wave:

User avatar

Manoverboard
Deputy Captain
Deputy Captain
Posts: 9315
Joined: January 2013
Location: Dorset

Re: One to watch

Post by Manoverboard »

Miss Marple is on tonight at 20:00 on the Drama Channel ( FV 20 ) …. just saying :angel:
Moby or Mob is far easier to type ...

User avatar

oldbluefox
Deputy Captain
Deputy Captain
Posts: 7722
Joined: January 2013
Location: Cumbria

Re: One to watch

Post by oldbluefox »

Just to lower the tone - Dad's Army and Allo, Allo provide us with a bit of light entertainment. Can't be doing with anything too involved.


Frank Manning
First Officer
First Officer
Posts: 1854
Joined: August 2013
Location: Poole Dorset.

Re: One to watch

Post by Frank Manning »

Stephen, Fishermans Friends has in it a song by a friend. 'Jinder'. A nice lad, he is suffering financially with cancelled gigs since this Corona business and isolation. Hard times for the self employed.

Return to “Book, Film & TV Club”