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  • lx1xlx1x Member Posts: 27,377 Member Member Posts: 27,377 Member
    Instant family
  • jlhalley7835jlhalley7835 Member Posts: 187 Member Member Posts: 187 Member
    I watched a film on youtube last night called "Fit to Fat to Fit" or something like that. It's a documentary of an Australian model / personal trainer who set out to gain 40Kg (approx 90 lbs) and lose it all in a year's time. He started at 80Kg (176 pounds). It was really eye opening to see his journey to gain weight. At one point you could tell he was getting depressed because he realized that about 15 years of his training has gone down the drain 2 months into his weight gain. It really stressed the importance of making good food choices, and staying healthy so I can continue to train, and avoid setbacks at all costs.
  • epangiliepangili Member Posts: 816 Member Member Posts: 816 Member
    Ford versus Ferrari
  • jlhalley7835jlhalley7835 Member Posts: 187 Member Member Posts: 187 Member
    epangili wrote: »
    Ford versus Ferrari

    Really want to see that one. Did it live up to expectations?

  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Member, Premium Posts: 12,197 Member Member, Premium Posts: 12,197 Member
    I never get tired of it.........

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  • happimess01happimess01 Member Posts: 4,816 Member Member Posts: 4,816 Member
    I watched a film on youtube last night called "Fit to Fat to Fit" or something like that. It's a documentary of an Australian model / personal trainer who set out to gain 40Kg (approx 90 lbs) and lose it all in a year's time. He started at 80Kg (176 pounds). It was really eye opening to see his journey to gain weight. At one point you could tell he was getting depressed because he realized that about 15 years of his training has gone down the drain 2 months into his weight gain. It really stressed the importance of making good food choices, and staying healthy so I can continue to train, and avoid setbacks at all costs.

    there was also a tv series with the same name and the same idea - trainers first gaining weight and then losing it together with their heavy clients in every episode.
  • jlhalley7835jlhalley7835 Member Posts: 187 Member Member Posts: 187 Member
    there was also a tv series with the same name and the same idea - trainers first gaining weight and then losing it together with their heavy clients in every episode.


    I saw that last night as well. I might check it out. Either was that is an insane premise for a film/tv show.
  • karlschaefferkarlschaeffer Member Posts: 1,214 Member Member Posts: 1,214 Member
    epangili wrote: »
    Ford versus Ferrari

    Really want to see that one. Did it live up to expectations?

    I liked it. Stayed pretty close to reality. Most of the racing scenes were pretty good. My wife said it was a good story and this type of film is not her cup of tea.

  • jlhalley7835jlhalley7835 Member Posts: 187 Member Member Posts: 187 Member
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    epangili wrote: »
    Ford versus Ferrari

    Really want to see that one. Did it live up to expectations?

    I liked it. Stayed pretty close to reality. Most of the racing scenes were pretty good. My wife said it was a good story and this type of film is not her cup of tea.

    Like all films, i probably won't get a chance to see it until it hits on-demand, but i know i'll be watching it as soon as that happens. Thanks
  • karlschaefferkarlschaeffer Member Posts: 1,214 Member Member Posts: 1,214 Member
    “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”. Seemed rudderless at the start, then it found it’s direction. Some ponderous points that had me looking at my watch. Seems like too much plot lines were stuffed into the storylines. On the other hand, lots of good shoutouts to previous star war movies, as well as good use of the original music. 8 out of 10 for this one.
  • glassyoglassyo Member Posts: 4,405 Member Member Posts: 4,405 Member
    School of Rock. There was a thing about Jack Black on twitter and it was brought up. It had been forever since I'd seen it and I needed something to watch today. Still a great movie. :)
  • Livelongandprosper2020Livelongandprosper2020 Member Posts: 18 Member Member Posts: 18 Member
    It was called “ Don’t f^^k with cats” and was pretty crazy
  • _Miss_chievous__Miss_chievous_ Member Posts: 2,765 Member Member Posts: 2,765 Member
    It was called “ Don’t f^^k with cats” and was pretty crazy

    I watched that documentary today.
  • nodau_iachnodau_iach Member, Premium Posts: 77 Member Member, Premium Posts: 77 Member
    Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,154 Member Member Posts: 9,154 Member
    It was called “ Don’t f^^k with cats” and was pretty crazy

    I watched that documentary today.

    Watched it over the weekend. I went into it thinking this was really about cats. WOW.......... that took a quick turn. Being from Toronto, I lived through all that.
  • KosmosKittenKosmosKitten Member Posts: 7,841 Member Member Posts: 7,841 Member
    I'm trying to catch up on Hulu by watching all the things that are getting ready to expire soon and the last one I watched was Child's Play.
  • jjpptt2jjpptt2 Member Posts: 4,912 Member Member Posts: 4,912 Member
    The Professor

    eh.
    A couple of interesting/thought provoking moments, but all in all... eh. Not good enough to recommend, but not bad enough to want the time back.
  • spade117spade117 Member Posts: 2,547 Member Member Posts: 2,547 Member
    Abominable.
  • slessofmeslessofme Member Posts: 6,567 Member Member Posts: 6,567 Member
    Four Christmases. Back in the days when Jon Favreau was buff and Tim McGraw had a dad bod.
  • happimess01happimess01 Member Posts: 4,816 Member Member Posts: 4,816 Member
    Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring
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