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    Just watched the first two episodes of "Wild Bill". It's got potential, despite Rob Lowe being in it.

    "Year of the Rabbit" is also amusing. Lead character played by the same guy who was heading "Toast of London", I think.

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    The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
    Harry, gone on a safari in African savanna, somewhere at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, seems to have the fate of a leopard who dared to venture into a space that was not familiar to him - or, better said, a completely foreign, cold, hostile place.

    Come With Me
    After a failed relationship, 22-year-old Jennifer Hitchcock thinks she may have finally found that special someone in Maurice Mason; however, after Maurice moves in, Jennifer begins to feel as though someone is watching her every move.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dion09529 View Post
    The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
    Harry, gone on a safari in African savanna, somewhere at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, seems to have the fate of a leopard who dared to venture into a space that was not familiar to him - or, better said, a completely foreign, cold, hostile place.
    If streaming services ever decide to do a remake then there's still hope the story will get the ending that Hemingway intended.
    It's all Meg's fault.

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    The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952)
    Harry, gone on a safari in African savanna, somewhere at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, seems to have the fate of a leopard who dared to venture into a space that was not familiar to him - or, better said, a completely foreign, cold, hostile place.
    If streaming services ever decide to do a remake then there's still hope the story will get the ending that Hemingway intended.
    Mariel or Margot?
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    Hemingway or Robbie Kidder?

    PS Read a fucking book, you slobbering Yankee cretin!!!!!!!!

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    It's all Meg's fault.

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    Sirens in the Night
    The body of a young woman is found in the ashes of a fire.

    River of Tears
    A young woman's lifeless body is found on the bank of a shallow river, and there's a note in her pocket that may point to her killer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dion09529 View Post
    river of tears
    a regular, yet innocent visitor to this forum keeps being subjected to the continuous lunatic ravings of some person(?) who vicariously lives out his pathologies though the cinematic fare he consumes.
    ftfy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caballero View Post
    Just watched the first two episodes of "Wild Bill". It's got potential, despite Rob Lowe being in it.
    Watching the trailer it seems like Dempsey and Makepeace and Keen Eddie only ghey and with much uglier women ie ghey.
    It's all Meg's fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caballero View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by dion09529 View Post
    river of tears
    a regular, yet innocent visitor to this forum keeps being subjected to the continuous lunatic ravings of some person(?) who vicariously lives out his pathologies though the cinematic fare he consumes.
    ftfy.
    Who are you and what have you done in the last five years?


    Volcanoes of the Solar System
    Volcanoes have long helped shape the Earth. But what is less well known is that there are volcanoes on other planets and moons that are even more extraordinary than those on our own home planet. The show follows an international team of volcanologists in Iceland as they draw fascinating parallels between the volcanoes on Earth and those elsewhere in the solar system. Through the team's research, I discover that the largest volcano in the solar system - Olympus Mons on Mars - has been formed in a similar way to those of Iceland, how a small moon of Jupiter - Io - has the most violent eruptions anywhere, and that a moon of Saturn called Enceladus erupts icy geysers from a hidden ocean. Computer graphics combined with original Nasa material reveal the spectacular sights of these amazing volcanoes.

    Along the way, I learn that volcanoes are not just a destructive force, but have been essential to the formation of atmospheres and even life. And through these volcanoes of the solar system, scientists have discovered far more about our own planet - what it was like when Earth first formed, and even what will happen to our planet in the future.
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    Monster in the Desert
    In 1992, a 19-year-old woman is brutally assaulted outside of Desert Hot Springs, Calif. Miraculously, she escapes but lives in constant fear that her assailant will find her again one day, not realizing she has survived a serial killer.

    Dark Waters
    A basketball player and his girlfriend vanish while sailing, and investigators try to find the only person who may have information - the man's brother.

    Death In The Bayou: The Jennings 8
    Between 2005 and 2009, 8 women were murdered in the small town of Jennings, Louisiana. Although they all knew each other and their bodies were discovered in very similar circumstances, local police refuse to link the deaths. While some residents think the murders could be the work of a serial killer, others believe a darker conspiracy is at work and it may even include members of law enforcement. As they wait in vain for the investigation to move forward, the victim's families refuse to give up in their quest for justice. But with the investigation into all 8 deaths still open, police aren't talking, leaving the community haunted by the question: who killed the Jennings 8?

    A High School Rape Goes Viral – Roll Red Roll
    This film is a true-crime thriller that goes behind the headlines to uncover the deep-seated and social media-fueled “boys will be boys” culture at the root of high school sexual assault in America.
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