Yes, a favorite of mine as well! Tons of cameos, Bob Bondurant, Jim Clark(!), Black Jack Brabahm, Richie Ginther. I love that era of F1.Grand Prix (1966), starring James Garner. Lots of real F1 racers from that time in this one, including Bruce McClaren (who was killed 50 years ago yesterday) and Graham Hill, the only Autoracing Triple Crown winner to date and father of Damon Hill. The movie is directed by John Frankenheimer. 5/5.
IndyCar racing returns on Friday!
Ah! Another Brit series I will spend hours on. On Prime right now.Been watching Belgravia, a British series that takes place in London following the Battle of Waterloo. The wife and I really enjoyed it. 4/5
Interested in your take on "Dreadful". I have three eps in the recorded list for which I can't find much enthusiasm.We've finished 8 seasons of Death in Paradise and the ninth season isn't available on BBCAmerica, Acorn or Britbox for some reason.
We are now onto season 20 of Midsommer Murders and still find them entertaining.
We have also finished the first season of Carnival Row.
What I'm beginning not to like about British produced shows is that they will produce one or two seasons of a show and then just drop it.
What I find interesting, is because of the smaller number of people in the acting pool, a lot of actors show up as different people in multiple episodes and are in many different shows.
We watched the first episode last night. I've never been big into horror stories made after the mid-1960s because it has all been about the blood and gore and glorifying serial killers. I have enjoyed the old Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney type horror movies.Interested in your take on "Dreadful". I have three eps in the recorded list for which I can't find much enthusiasm.
As to Midsommer, have watched a couple of seasons (4/5). Can you recommend any particularly good seasons? Or bad?