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    Iím looking forward to seeing Brendan Gleeson and Colin Farrell together again in The Banishes of Inisherin. I hear it is a wonderful film but complicated. Itís not going to be the insane romp of In Bruges, the last film where these two are together.

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    Last night, I watched Deliverance on Netflix. It was just as delightfully horrifying as I remembered, and I love the music so much! I actually bought the soundtrack album in my early teens.
    I see that Netflix also has A Clockwork Orange available. That's another one I need to re-watch.
    It almost feels bad to re-watch movies when there are so many movies I haven't seen even once, but I perused the Netfiix menu last night and those are the ones that called out to my creepy little self.

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    My high-end Hanspree TV died some months back and I don't much miss it, occupied as I am with YouTube and Kindle books. I'm planning to cancel my cable subscription and thinking about subscribing to You Tube TV. Does anyone have experience with that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    My high-end Hanspree TV died some months back and I don't much miss it, occupied as I am with YouTube and Kindle books. I'm planning to cancel my cable subscription and thinking about subscribing to You Tube TV. Does anyone have experience with that?
    Yes and no.

    I don't have a paid subscription, but I am one of the five family member add on's from my mom's subscription. I have to log on over there (can do from phone) when I go over for something (once every 3 months was what the restriction said), and it doesn't have every channel (there is one program I watch, but I can view it via streaming from that channel the day after it airs), but I have built up a movie collection in it and hope to add a few more (Turner classic movies or whatever it is called now, things I don't see readily available that I would watch around memorial day, etc).

    Worth the price I paid, but I don't watch enough tv to justify a paid subscription.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Last night, I watched Deliverance on Netflix. It was just as delightfully horrifying as I remembered, and I love the music so much! I actually bought the soundtrack album in my early teens.
    I see that Netflix also has A Clockwork Orange available. That's another one I need to re-watch.
    It almost feels bad to re-watch movies when there are so many movies I haven't seen even once, but I perused the Netfiix menu last night and those are the ones that called out to my creepy little self.
    Creepy girl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    My high-end Hanspree TV died some months back and I don't much miss it, occupied as I am with YouTube and Kindle books. I'm planning to cancel my cable subscription and thinking about subscribing to You Tube TV. Does anyone have experience with that?
    We cut the cord a couple of years ago. The only thing we pay for is internet. There are TONS of free tv sites out there! (and still not a lot worth watching - LOL) One of my many favorites is Pluto TV, but - again - there are a lot out there.
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    I watch very few channels; news and a couple of non-fiction ones, including History, which YT doesn't have, so I'll be on the lookout.

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    I watched Petite Maman on Hulu last night and I'm still scratching my head as I didn't get the storyline.

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