Category: Netflix

Tapie – Class Act

In the early 90’s, I was on the Board of New Zealand Rugby and was tasked to take the game


A sleeper – KLEO – on Netflix.  If you’re a Killing Eve or Tarantino fan (KRC July 19th), buckle up

Hail Netflix

I’m flying to London later this week to catch up with a dozen Netflix EMEA execs under the guiding hand


Eldest son Ben tipped me off to this year’s first international sleeper on Netflix – a tongue-in-cheek French mystery dramatic

It helps to pass the time (2)

Six months ago we were just settling into a life of semi-isolation / lockdown / social distancing and I was

It helps to pass the time

As we settle in to an unfamiliar time of working from home, minimal social contact and isolation of some kind,

Rolling Thunder Revue

1975-76 – Dylan, Baez, McGuinn, Joni Mitchell, Ramblin’ Jack unplugged, unleashed and unbelievable. Scorsese’s brilliant Netflix movie is not a

A Red Letter Day

July 19 was a red letter day.  Series Three of my favourite Netflix show, La Casa de Papel – Money

Winston Churchill: Crazy Times

John Lithgow’s Emmy acceptance speech tonight: “First and foremost, I want to thank Winston Churchill. In these crazy times, his

The New Hollywood

Most of the movie output now is lazy.  Franchise roll-outs (time for Bond to retire), spin-offs, prequels, sequels and Marvel

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