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Tried watching Mr. Robot, but don't feel like continuing after finishing season 1 - too many stereotypes.
Not that long ago I finished Westworld (although I fear that season 3 will not be very good), Altered Carbon (rather mediocre, despite me liking cyberpunk setting) and Scream Queens (this one was enjoyable).
Currently watching Mindhunter and I was wondering lately what are the reasons so many people are interested in serial killers.
Several Studio Ghibli films.
Several films I plan on watching whenever I have more time, including Blade Runner 2049, which I keep forgetting to watch...

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Never heard of Mr. Robot until posted above so no comment yet.
Westworld was great the 1st season. The 2nd season I didn't bother finishing - it just lost my attention but can't say exactly why.
Altered Carbon was awesome. I loved that one. Very unique story and well played out I thought.
Scream Queens - not my  cup of tea. Way too Juvenile humor for me.
Mindhunter - not into watching about serial killers myself I find it boring. Though my wife loves anything and everything like it.
Can't say I've ever watched any Studio Ghibli films as I don't typically watch that genre of films.
I actually bought the original Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049 but was disappointed with  Blade Runner 2049 myself.

I really like the actor Joel Kinnaman - if you have Netflix check out The Killing - I found the acting to be one of the most life like of just about any movie I've seen. One could really feel and be empathetic for the Parents of the girl killed.

I watched a Russian film on Netflix named Better Than Us - I was not expecting much and it wasn't the best acting but it did draw me in and I found the show enjoyable. Was dubbed in English

A family on the brink of splitting up become the owners of a cutting-edge robot being sought by a corporation, homicide investigators and terrorists.



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Better Than Us sounds interesting. Haven't heard about any good Russian series before. Will have to check it out.

The Killing looks somewhat familiar.  The original series might have been on TV over here, but can't tell from vague descriptions on IMDB. 

The idea itself in Altered Carbon is great. But just seems to lack something. Haven't actually thought much why it didn't stick on me. 

BL 2049 is over 3 hours long if I remember correctly, which is one of the reasons I keep putting it off. As for cyberpunk, one of my favourite movies still is Johnny Mnemonic. I know the acting is bad, reviews are terrible. But just the setting itself to me is closest to what would be my perfect one. Also reminds me of Deus Ex (PC game). The best cyberpunk series+films to me probably would be Ghost in the Shell.

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17 hours ago, AdvancedSetup said:

Link is not available to users outside the UK

Apologies to non UK users, even on the ITV hub where the catch-ups are it's UK only.

So unless you can log a VPN into a UK server then It looks like you can't watch it yet if you are outside the UK.

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