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 Post subject: Peaky Blinders.
 Post Posted: Sat Oct 04, 2014 8:46 am 
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Back for a second series and carrying on the high standard if the first episode is anything to go by.


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Loved the first series, and missed the start of the first episode of Series II :x Looks good though.

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 Post subject: Re: Peaky Blinders.
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That`s definately worth watching on catch up.


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 Post subject: Re: Peaky Blinders.
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Not long back they were filming Peaky Blinders at the Black Country Museum, during the evenings and night they stayed at the Village Hotel Walsall.
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 Post subject: Re: Peaky Blinders.
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This series has just come to my attention (from my Russian Wife of all people). I shall go a hunting to track it down and have a peak. :wink:

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This series has just come to my attention (from my Russian Wife of all people). I shall go a hunting to track it down and have a peak. :wink:


First two seasons a good watch, then the scripts became less plausible and lightweight.

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 Post subject: Re: Peaky Blinders.
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Look forward to this, though I tend to agree with knocker.


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Look forward to this, though I tend to agree with knocker.


Better than Peaky Blinders you have the magnificently brilliant Narcos which once again had two absolute quality series.

Narcos season three was good but the standards were slipping while season four set in Mexico has had problems sorting its locations.

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Well, I viewed all three seasons, but to be honest, although I looked forward to the next episode, it is a poor man's Sopranos with Basin Cuts. However, I was expecting and hoping for a period drama and a better insight into Brum after the First World War and what did I get, Communists, IRA, Jews, Italians and Gypsies, (so no change there then). :wink:

Doesn't every family have an Alfred somewhere? I thought that the actor who played the Jewish Cockney was a peach and I'm guessing he is the same actor who played both Kray Twins in another film I recently viewed and forgot the title of.

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
Well, I viewed all three seasons, but to be honest, although I looked forward to the next episode, it is a poor man's Sopranos with Basin Cuts. However, I was expecting and hoping for a period drama and a better insight into Brum after the First World War and what did I get, Communists, IRA, Jews, Italians and Gypsies, (so no change there then). :wink:

Doesn't every family have an Alfred somewhere? I thought that the actor who played the Jewish Cockney was a peach and I'm guessing he is the same actor who played both Kray Twins in another film I recently viewed and forgot the title of.


Tom Hardy and it was "Legend".

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Moscow Wolf wrote:
Well, I viewed all three seasons, but to be honest, although I looked forward to the next episode, it is a poor man's Sopranos with Basin Cuts. However, I was expecting and hoping for a period drama and a better insight into Brum after the First World War and what did I get, Communists, IRA, Jews, Italians and Gypsies, (so no change there then). :wink:

Doesn't every family have an Alfred somewhere? I thought that the actor who played the Jewish Cockney was a peach and I'm guessing he is the same actor who played both Kray Twins in another film I recently viewed and forgot the title of.


Tom Hardy and it was "Legend".


I enjoyed him in "Taboo" as well. It got a bit of a panning from the critics.


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