Man Who Fell To the Earth (Show Time Version)

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by robertawillisjr, May 2, 2022.

  1. robertawillisjr

    robertawillisjr Music Lover Thread Starter

    Location:
    Hampton, VA
    I am two episodes in and find this to be brilliant. :righton::righton: The main actors are doing a great job and the CGI is very good. I missed David Bowie in the reprisal of his role but...

    Watch it.
     
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  2. misterbozz

    misterbozz Senior Member

    Location:
    Nerima-ku, Tokyo
    Enjoyed the first episode, never seen any other version, agree great acting.
    Found the split timeline irritating, personally.
     
  3. robertawillisjr

    robertawillisjr Music Lover Thread Starter

    Location:
    Hampton, VA
    The split timeline doesn't really work for me either. But we are seeing more and more of it. I really don't like it when the plot is complicated.

    The David Bowie movie is available on some of the streaming sites. I have not watched it in awhile.
     
  4. misterbozz

    misterbozz Senior Member

    Location:
    Nerima-ku, Tokyo
    Its a bit of a lazy narrative device that has become very overused, as if people don't have patience to see a story develop in a linear fashion anymore, Tokyo Vice has it as well.
    Will have a look out for the movie!
     
  5. muzzer

    muzzer Forum Resident

    Location:
    London
    I’m enjoying this. Bill Nighy hits the right note - as he always does - and so do the rest of the cast. It milks the Bowie connection but that’s only to be expected and tbf it’s not overdone. Always poignant though. Still miss him.
     
  6. Nice compliment to the movie and The cast is great.
     
  7. Starting to really anticipate each episode. Total enjoyment.
     
  8. Steve Martin

    Steve Martin Wild & Crazy Guy

    Location:
    Plano, TX
    Been a while since a show grabbed me like this. I"m in.
     

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