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And wednesday.

They are ok



 

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Wednesday: Imperfect, but greater highs than lows. The casting for most of the Addams family could be better, but they hit it out of the park with their lead and did an impressive job with Thing as well. The writing is a bit uneven and messy, but Nevermore is a fun setting for a show with shades of Hogwarts if they wish to mine it. Framing the season as a murder mystery with Wednesday as its gumshoe was an interesting choice. Over all I'm looking forward to Season 2. An icon has been reborn. I expect to see lots of Wednesdays and Megans at Halloween this year.



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Bite my shiny metal cockpit!

Finally got to watch The Last of Us today, as well as the three first episodes of Legend of Vox Machina. TLoU is looking brilliant, they really pay respect to the source material in a way I've yet to see in any adaptation. Loving both Pascal and Ramsey.



We started watching Wong & Winchester yesterday, decent first episode, will watch again.
And we also tried Will Trent, while rated higher, and also good, we preferred Wong & Winchester, but will give it more time.

I watched Borderlands S2, most of it, it's so slow compared to S1 though and the characters can't help but spell everything out at length all the time. I really don't need your entire thought process in micro detail every time...



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Gonna watch a new Hudson and Rex tonight. Mostly watch it for the dog.



Looper

Brilliant film, and its brilliance lies in its understated approach to its portrayal of the future and time travel, eschewing the usual flashy trappings in favour of a grounded and believable style that really pays off. 



Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023. (And over 130 million lifetime)

curl-6 said:

Looper

Brilliant film, and its brilliance lies in its understated approach to its portrayal of the future and time travel, eschewing the usual flashy trappings in favour of a grounded and believable style that really pays off. 

Glad you liked it.



Just tore through 1899.
My gosh it was fantastic. Reminded me a bit of Inception, The Matrix, The Order 1886, and Destiny.
Is it just me or is that triangle symbol, that 30 Seconds to Mars also uses, not a coincidence, or am I crazy?

When I immediately went looking for info about season 2 after finishing, man was I shocked. Season 2 and 3 cancelled? WTF? This turn of events is even more confusing than the show was, though not in a pleasant manner this time.



ConservagameR said:

Just tore through 1899.
My gosh it was fantastic. Reminded me a bit of Inception, The Matrix, The Order 1886, and Destiny.
Is it just me or is that triangle symbol, that 30 Seconds to Mars also uses, not a coincidence, or am I crazy?

When I immediately went looking for info about season 2 after finishing, man was I shocked. Season 2 and 3 cancelled? WTF? This turn of events is even more confusing than the show was, though not in a pleasant manner this time.

It's a truly brilliant show - love how they tighten the grip by adding all the language barriers and making the characters rely more on sheer human touch for understanding. Also, the music is amazing, disturbing and downright whacky at times, it fits the tone of the show perfectly.

I'll be starting "Dark" within the next few weeks. It's from the same writers and producers, and it's supposed to be really good as well. And, as a bonus, there's actually 3 seasons of it.