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TV/Movie Recs from the Peanut Gallery, Vol. 3

If you get a TV or movie rec from the Peanut Gallery, you know it's good.


The first set of recommendations from the Peanut Gallery

The first version and second version of the Peanut Gallery's TV/movie recommendation series = full of bangers. Our proceeding release holds up its end of the bargain as well.


Check them out. Enjoy.

 

Steve's Recommendation: Hot Fuzz


The Peanut Gallery highly recommends Hot Fuzz

Hot Fuzz (2007) is the second film in the Cornetto Trilogy by Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost. It is action/comedy gold. A cast of once and future stars, Hot Fuzz tickles the funny bone throughout its entirety and the over-the-top action only adds to the hilarity. Its zany premise and underwhelming twist is ridiculous and the film is all the better for it. One of the better satires out there, Hot Fuzz is my personal favorite movie of the trilogy and you’ll be doing yourself a favor by checking it out on Amazon Prime, for the greater good of course. 


Josh's Recommendation: Ricky Stanicky


The Peanut Gallery highly recommends Ricky Stanicky

Peter Farrelly’s latest raunchy comedy benefits from a hilarious lead performance by John Cena. The rest of the cast does their part to contribute to plenty of laugh out loud moments, and the clever premise is backed by a surprising amount of heart. Check it out on Amazon Prime.


Matt's Recommendation: A Killer Paradox


The Peanut Gallery highly recommends A Killer Paradox

A Korean show. In this dark, unique series, a young man accidentally kills someone, which leads to more odd murders. An obsessively dedicated detective tries to solve the case. A Killer Paradox explores justice, morality, and guilt. It's well paced for the most part, but even when it's slow, it still keeps your interest. Watch it on Netflix.


Sheehan's Recommendation: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World


The Peanut Gallery highly recommends Master and Commander

Can't tell you why this film didn't do better at the box office. It featured Russell Crowe coming off Gladiator and A Beautiful Mind, along with Paul Bettany as his loyal best bud once again (only he's real this time), and did well with critics. Yet it kinda flopped. Based on Patrick O'Brian's series of nautical novels, Master and Commander has some of the best swashbuckling action ever seen on screen, but with way more depth to the story than, say, Pirates of the Caribbean. You'll find yourself entranced by the epic score and battles on the open sea as Captain Jack Aubrey fights against Napoleon's naval fleet. Watch it on Amazon Prime.


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