Movies / TV Shows!
28.09.2011 @ 00:59 #1
So... The last TV show I've watched is Breaking Bad. I think it deserves a solid 9/10.
The acting and the characters are absolutely fantastic, The story is focused on walter white an ordinary family guy [Bryan Cranston] and a chemistry teacher who suffers from a middlelife crisis, On top of that he's informed he's dying from cancer. So to pay for his expansive treatments he starts to create and sell Methamphetamine. Though, He have to keep this away from his family.
The main character is not this super-duper-BADASS or a genuis of some sort. As someone who is new to the business of drugs and lying to his family he makes a lot of mistakes and lose balance many times. He's a softie with his family and in the streets he tries to fix his mistakes, Again, Fantastic acting especially by Bryan Cranston.
28.09.2011 @ 01:12 #2
Bishop's Hood, a picturesque hamlet in the Peak District National Park.
28.09.2011 @ 01:32 #3
Boardwalk Empire. Season 2 just started on HBO. Takes place during the Prohibition era in America and also ofcourse has the big guys like Rothstein, Al Capone and Lucky Luciano. With characets like that and such an amazing cast you know the show is going to be big especially with the formation of the Mafia. And Terence Winter writer for The Sopranos is also on this show. The Sopranos is one of the best dramas ever.
28.09.2011 @ 02:57 #4
Currently one of the only good shows to see it Dexter \m/ apart from the ones that I don't know about that is
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28.09.2011 @ 15:47 #10
Also looking forward to the new Season of Dexter
28.09.2011 @ 15:52 #11
I love all of them, Family Guy is pretty crappy now though.
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28.09.2011 @ 18:58 #12
Movies: Serenity, of course, the original Star Wars trilogy & LOTR trilogy.
The last movie I saw was Devil the other night. It was alright, but too many stereotypes & plot holes. What's happened to you, M. Night?! I also saw I Love You Phillip Morris recently and laughed my arse off.
28.09.2011 @ 19:14 #13
Watched the pilot of Terra Nova today, I liked it. Just remains to see what the other episodes will be like. My favourite show at the moment is Game of Thrones.
28.09.2011 @ 19:49 #14
Huh, really? I am so not into CA, but I wanted to see it because of Avengers, too. I loved the first Iron Man (the second one was okay, but not as good) and I'm a hopeless Loki fangirl... then this. Ah, I might as well skip it, he's just one character anyway
01.10.2011 @ 20:06 #15
I don't understand why people like GOT so much, I found the characters there to be very naive and foolish, I could hardly give a damn about any of them. The world settings are also a huge meh. The books are also progressing very slowly, I fell asleep before something actually happened.
05.10.2011 @ 20:42 #16
"Though I walk throgh the walley of the shadow of the daemon, I shall fear nothing, For I am what the daemon fears!"
07.10.2011 @ 23:53 #17
Some good ones:
Millennium featuring Lance Henriksen. Dark demonic/cult/serial -crime series by the team behind The X-Files.
Space: Above and Beyond. A Sci-Fi series about a human-alien conflict inspired by the old Combat! WWII series.
American Gothic is stellar horror/crime set in the deep south. Very moody.
Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles. Animated adaption of the novel.
The 10th Kingdom is a mini series that walks you in to the ever after part of the fairy-tale and finds trouble brewing.
The Wire and Homicide might be the best crime series ever. Not everyone can handle the deliberate pacing though.
08.10.2011 @ 01:45 #18
Yes. A million times yes. Don't forget the genius of Walton Goggins playing Boyd though, especially in the first season. Words don't exist that can adequately describe the love I have for this show.
As for movies, I recently saw The American, which stars George Clooney. Nothing like what I expected, but it turned out to be really good. Seems like movies have cut back on their soundtracks lately, but the scarcity of music in the background fit the tension of the story pretty well. So long as you don't go in expecting an action movie (it's more of a tense character study of a government agent who longs for a life of normalcy he can't have, though that description hardly does it justice) I doubt you'll be disappointed.