Movies and TV shows you DNF

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#1  Edited By DEVILinIRON
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None for me in recent memory. Then again, I haven't been watching many movies lately. How about you?

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#2 uninspiredcup
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Gave Peaky Blinders a fair wack. Big Tom Hardy fan as well, and he was great in it.

But... kind of eh? Don't care about the characters, kind of repetitive in nature. Just a general apathy towards it.

Didn't have that problem with shows like Boardwalk Empire.

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#3 Keaze_
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@uninspiredcup said:

Gave Peaky Blinders a fair wack. Big Tom Hardy fan as well, and he was great in it.

But... kind of eh? Don't care about the characters, kind of repetitive in nature. Just a general apathy towards it.

Didn't have that problem with shows like Boardwalk Empire.

Didn't like the mother in Boardwalk but felt so bad for her when she got backstabbed (season 5 i think).

Great show.

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#4 uninspiredcup
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@Keaze_: Yea, she comes across as a right dick. But when you realize what happened to her, kind of makes sense.

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#5 shellcase86
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DNF = did not finish. Had to look that up. Movies? None come to mind. If I start a movie I finish, I've already set aside the time.

Shows? Blacklist is one that comes to mind.

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#6 johnd13
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Star Trek: Discovery and Westworld. I think I watched like 6-7 episodes of each before losing interest and drifting away. I also didn't finish the 2nd season of Twin Peaks but I am planning to get back to it at some point. Very interesting series.