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17 hours ago, zzzz said:

Blade Runner -- I didn't realize it's a film noir when I saw it years ago.  I saw it again on Netflix yesterday.

Did you see the original or the recent re-make? both IMHO are excellent.

Blade Runner (1982) and  Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

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Cam2Cam (2014)

An American tourist in Bangkok encounters a mysterious group of web performers harboring a terrible secret.

Lame.

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American Factory [2019]
Award nominated Netflix documentary about a Chinese billionaire who opens a factory in an Ohio abandoned General Motors site, offers insight into the two cultures of China and the US workers trying to make it work.

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Homeland is back! Season 8. Final season.

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Carrie recovers in Germany. Saul negotiates. Max has a new mission.

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Gekido no showashi: Okinawa kessen (1971)

The Battle of Okinawa

Told from the Japanese perspective, this war drama captures the events of World War II's Battle of Okinawa - a massive amphibious assault by U.S. troops that left more than 150,000 Japanese civilians dead.

Language is Japanese but has subtitles.

Gripping! No for the weak of heart or stomach. War is hell and this doco presents that.

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White House Farm [2020 TV limited series] 
Well made 6 part TV series crime drama with a distinctive creepy lead of the main suspect in a true story from 1985 when five family members were murdered overnight at a farm in the UK. Worth seeing. 

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Richard Jewell [2019]
Another Eastwood movie that is done in his plain likable style aided by three fine performances, based on the true events of the vilified innocent security guard suspected in the press of the '96 Atlanta bombing.

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‘Mr. Long’ (‘Ryu san’) 2017

A Taiwanese hitman spends a week making noodles in Japan to dodge the mob.

This is a very good movie, you'll need the english subtitles.

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13 hours ago, Palatkik said:
Richard Jewell [2019]
Another Eastwood movie that is done in his plain likable style aided by three fine performances, based on the true events of the vilified innocent security guard suspected in the press of the '96 Atlanta bombing.

Excellent and brings to light what the DOJ is capable of doing...when art imitates life or life imitates art...

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Honeyland [2019]
Award winning documentary without narrative of Europe's last successful nomadic beekeeper in North Macedonia who struggles when some opportunist neighbors show up to try their luck at collecting honey. Great cinematography enhances a predictable story.

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