Recommend a movie / documentary


#211

Yippe Kay yay.


#212

#213

Good news for fans of Black Mirror


#214

Holmes & Watson.

Quite possibly the worst movie of all time.

Avoid at all costs.


#215

Both of them?


#216

‘Sunderland ‘till I die’ - a superb Netflix doc on the plight and disaster of Sunderland football club told over the course of last season with great insights . Highly recommended.


#217

Seconded.
A brilliant insight of just how dysfunctional they were (are?).
The McGeady interview, Darron Gibson, David Brent as CEO… it has the lot.


#218

Also really underpins just how passionate English supporters get about their clubs. A whole set of depression looms large in that city all through the documentary - And you still have over a 1000 Sunderland supporters traveling a 10 hour round trip to Bristol with their team shite and pretty much bottom of the championship which was one of about 25 away games a season for them. It’s up there with many ressers !!


#219

The priest giving it max praying for them


#220

What was this ?
Might check it out .


#221

It’s a fair bit into the documentary, he basically hammers Coleman’s laissez faire attitude.
( he keeps looking over his shoulder to check nobody is eavesdropping even though it’s being filmed)


#222

What was he thinking leaving the Wales job :exploding_head:
Just checked to see where he is now , China :neutral_face:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hebei_China_Fortune_F.C.


#223

To be fair, I think Coleman comes across as a gent in it, the staff seem genuinely sad when he goes.


#224

Brilliant documentary. Same could go for many clubs in England, or even most, big or small. I think Craig Cash’s series Rovers tried to capture it in that bitter sweet comedy drama he does so well.


#225

Pity they’d didn’t do one when Keane got them promoted . That would have been interesting .


#226

The best football documentary I’ve seen is the QPR one


#227

Yeh that was a really good film but as I follow them it’s too close to the bone for me to judge. They could probably make another film about the years since then!


#228

[quote=“See_Saw, post:218, topic:3316, full:true”]
Also really underpins just how passionate English supporters get about their clubs.[/quote]

As a Bohs fan I can say with certainty that L.O.I. fans are equally as passionate (if not more passionate) about their clubs. I would much rather see Bohs win the League than Ireland win the World Cup


#229

In the middle of it right now. Brilliant insight into the madness of it all. Thanks for the heads up!


#230

Decided to revisit the Rocky films if anything at least fir bill conti and Vince dicola’s scores. To be fair to Stallone. Exceptional.

Though I won’t watch 4/5. ■■■■ that but the training montage in Russia is great!