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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

Stranded 11:35 Sun Feb 12
Need something new to watch, so thought it was time for another of these. A couple to get things going.

Milius (2013) Feature length documentary about the man who gave us everything from “Feel lucky, punk?” to “I Love the smell of napalm in the morning” and much more besides. Scorsese, Coppola, Spielberg et al line up to pay tribute.


Youth Terror, the View From Behind the Gun (1978) ABC News documentary about youth crime in New York. One for fans of ’80 Blocks from Tiffany’s” etc.


And before anyone says it: Couple of clips from the 1977/78 Thames series “This Sporting Land” Sadly, the second one’s silent stock footage, but you can’t have everything. Anyone on here spot themseves?


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Nurse Ratched 7:18 Tue Jul 3
Re: Documentaries
True. Good observation.

Tanglefoot 5:32 Tue Jul 3
Re: Documentaries
Evil Genius is an odd one. As others have mentioned, I don’t think she was a genius at all and nor were the rest. They got lucky for a while which was purely down to the disconnects between the FBI and State police as well as other agencies. If the various forces had been joined up from the beginning the case would have been solved in weeks. The documentary whilst interesting only showed up how incompetent the various forces were in exchanging information.

normannomates 3:48 Tue Jul 3
Re: Documentaries

she is currently the head shed at the Wall

lets hope we dont cross paths anytime soon

Takashi Miike 2:09 Tue Jul 3
Re: Documentaries
great doc that, buster

watched FREEWAY : CRACK IN THE SYSTEM, documentary about the emergence of Rick Ross in the 1980s as the biggest crack cocaine dealer in LA and the involvement of the US government in allowing the problem to grow due to foreign policy decisions, unbeknown to Ross at the time. great film, very interesting

Buster 5:04 Sun Jul 1
Re: Documentaries
ESPN player are giving free access to 'The two Escobars' from their 30 for 30 library for the next few days.

Well worth a watch.

mashed in maryland 3:39 Sun Jul 1
Re: Documentaries
Also I may have already mentioned this but "sorry i shot you" is very good.


About the rapper Stanaman (don't expect more than about 2 other posters to have heard of him), lad from a good family who went off the rails when his parents died and ended up shooting a copper in Leytonstone a few years back. Now free and reformed.

Park your immediate prejudices at the door and have a watch, it's well worth it.

mashed in maryland 3:36 Sun Jul 1
Re: Documentaries
Re Evil Genius.

I don't think "genius" comes into it. She was just a very nasty (albeit quite fit) woman who knocked about with losers who she knew she could manipulate.

Drop her into any big city or even anywhere with a bit about it and she'd have had no influence.

Nurse Ratched 3:09 Sun Jul 1
Re: Documentaries

Yes, it was astonishing.

Westham67 2:22 Sun Jul 1
Re: Documentaries
claret50 6:15 Sat Jun 30

Thanks for that, I watched our last goal about 6 times

Takashi Miike 1:09 Sat Jun 30
Re: Documentaries
nurse, did you watch Wild, Wild, Country?

Nurse Ratched 12:59 Sat Jun 30
Re: Documentaries
I agree, lowlife. Just a load of bragging. If they were such geniuses, why stay in that relatively backwater town? You'd head off for somewhere more sophisticated and with better opportunities.

lowlife 9:41 Sat Jun 30
Re: Documentaries
Just finished EVIL GENIUS. Mental.

Also, Marjorie was quite hot in her younger days. Anyone who married her would have been devastated. I’m also pretty sure she, and other characters, weren’t as intelligent as suggested.

claret50 6:15 Sat Jun 30
Re: Documentaries
The Iron Men (2017) 1hour 20mins.
A doco about our last season at the Boleyn, emotional scenes at the end


Takashi Miike 2:12 Thu Jun 28
Re: Documentaries
been watching TIME : THE KALIEF BROWDER STORY. very interesting story of a bronx teenager wrongly imprisoned and the subsequent three years of abuse he suffered while locked up on rikers island

J.Riddle 1:51 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries
The Founder

Not a doc, but informative and a true story of how McDonalds came to conquer the world with fast food. Michael Keaton.


Takashi Miike 1:46 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries
i still remember that cameroon v argentina game like it was yesterday, the cameroon player clattering the argie in the first few minutes, great game

Mad Dog 1:42 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries
Just watched one night in Turin.

Wasn't born in 66
Was too young to remember 82
86 i enjoyed but was only 10

90 was MY world cup.
Oh what could have been

Westham67 1:35 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries

Trailer Park Boys Netflix

Mr Logic 1:10 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries
Food matters on Netflix. No holds barred documentary on what we're eating.

p.s. might not want to watch it 'while' your eating

Mr Anon 12:47 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries

Takashi Miike 11:05 Mon Jun 11
Re: Documentaries
THE STAIRCASE, on Netflix is good

Yeah The Staircase is great, quite a few years old but I think Netflix have added a couple of follow up episodes.

The Jinx is also great, with a Hollywood ending

normannomates 12:30 Tue Jun 12
Re: Documentaries
agree on Whickers War

excellent...used to enjoy his w"Whickers world" travel shows back in the day..top man.

Evil Genius?...

now that was fucking bizzare..but compelling.

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