This covers the true story of the attempted assassination of a high ranking member of the Nazi party during World War II. It was pretty watchable until the endless shootout near the end, at which point I gave up. Shootouts more than about 30 seconds generally test my patience and this did that to such a degree that I just turned it off and went to bed. War nerds may enjoy it more. American actors talking English with a foreign accent when, in reality, they'd be talking their native tongue, winds me up too.
What a horrible Nazi-war-criminal-looking Bond-Villian-wannabe twat this guy is. He jumped on the back of a Donald Trump and rode him all the way into the White House. And that may not even be the worst thing he's ever done. Trump, Stone, Manafort and Cohen - cunts, the lot of them.
Too slow paced for me and far too much drawling. Plus, I don't particularly enjoy films that are set before I was born, partly because I'm a selfish bastard and partly because my history teacher in school was very handsy, if you know what I mean. I just struggle to relate to a bunch of hicks crawling around on a muddy farm, being all melancholy in a world that doesn't even have the internet. Plus, the women all look like shit so there's not even any eye candy.
You either believe that Messi is the greatest footballer that's ever lived or you're wrong. I feel incredibly privileged to have been able to watch his whole career. This film splices old footage of a growing Messi (which is great) with reconstructed footage (which is not). It's told in a very bizarre - Argentinian, I assume - way though by getting anyone who knew him growing up into a restaurant and filming them all chatting about him. There is an excessive amount of reading involved trying to keep up with the subtitles and in the end it will do your fucking head in.
This is Hollywood's latest installment of AMERICAHHHH!!! FUCK YEAH!! This episode concentrates on the events surrounding the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013 and again shows how awesome the Real American Heroes are. To be fair, the events of the bombing were pretty fucking bonkers in real life so they make a decent film, although it's all very Mark Wahlberg, if you know what I mean. I do like how the footage of the bombers used is actual footage of the real bombers though.