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Films You Save on a Hard Drive to Watch when There's Naff-All On TV.

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  1. Doghouse Riley

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    I've a lot of film noir and every Jesse Stone episode.

    And some of the classics from the fifties,
    River of No Return, Shane, etc,

    But I do like Rom-Coms.

    The Rebound.
    The Proposal
    Safe Haven
    The Lake House
    Mannequin

    Dramas

    Lone Star
    LA Confidential
    China Town
    Snake Eyes

    A Couple of Christmas films

    Love at the Christmas Table
    A Gift Wrapped Christmas

    A bit of an odd one.

    Moonrise Kingdom.

    I don't have that many DVDs but I've the boxed set of every episode of Justified.
    I must have watched all 18 DVDs three times.
     
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        Whoops!

        Thanks for that!
         
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          I had access to someones unlimited wifi recently :whistle:

          Downloaded the entire series of Timeslip, most of Ray Mears stuff and all of Tales from the green valley :catapult:
           
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            Oh @Zigs :rolleyes: :waggy: you are such a norty boy! :slaphead:

            :heehee:
             
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              You can download some good programmes free or watch them on Daily Motion.
              I started watching the new series of "A Place to Call Home." but gave up with it as it was the mixture much as it was before.

              I liked the first series best as it had all the original contemporary music and lots of it. In the second series it was all covers and they were disappointing.

              I mentioned "Justified" earlier which ran its course and there'll be no more episodes.

              "I miss Winona."

               
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                The vast majority of our CD & DVD/Blu-Ray collection (which is HUGE!) has been put onto our server which I can access from anywhere in the world as long as I have an internet connection. It just makes it so much easier when we want to watch something, as we simply pick up the remote and scroll through. I'm looking forward to adding Darkest Hour when it comes out...
                 
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