Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
I dig her...never heard of this! how is it? where is it show?
Haha! Yeah ok. I know, maybe I'm getting old.....
I found it such a distraction in the end, that I passed on it.
I'm not usually a prude to be honest, but this one just eluded me.
You should have stuck with it...it's a great show! : )
Currently watching Season 1 of the British TV drama SKINS (2007).
No Offence (season 2) Fast paced (how fast? well the first five minutes of episode one contained more story than most entire seasons) British police show. Something about white supremacists and privatising the police force in Manchester.
House MD - Season 01
Master Chef, season 10
Best line this episode: "You made a meatball you could play golf with."
I love all Gordon Ramsey's shows. He's heavily overexposed on FOX, but if you think he's all show and no go, think again.
I ate at his restaurant, "Maze", at the London Hotel in NYC (before it closed), and it was one of the best meals I've ever had.
However, an episode of one of his other shows, "Kitchen Nightmares", was filmed at a local soul food restaurant called "Blackberry's where I used to eat regularly. It went out of business shortly after his "makeover".
Presently watching the boxsets of Foyle's War (episode 3 at the moment), and Twin Peaks series 3 (episode 7 to come later, when it's dark...)
Euphoria, on HBO.
I've waited a few episodes to comment on this show because I wasn't sure how I felt about it. After the last one, it's time.
This is a very very edgy show about teenagers, specifically two, played by Zendaya (thoroughly leaving Disney in the dust), and a transgendered actor named Hunter Schafer (a major find). While the issues dealt with on this show are a million miles from any experience I may have had at any point in my life, the beauty of the show is in the acting, the writing, and most of all, the transcendent cinematography. The last episode that aired took place at a carnival, and while I won't even try to bore you with a recap of the myriad relationships that intertwine, the way it was filmed was absolutely mesmerizing-easily the best I've seen since, maybe, the last couple of episodes of the Leftovers.
This show is quite dark and explicit. It's not for everyone-I think it's barely for anybody-but boy does it look great. If you're fans of 13 Reasons Why, Skins, My So-Called Life, or more appropriately Larry Clark's bomb-throwing Kids, give this a try.
I'm also watching one of the best space documentaries I've seen, Catching The Moon, on the PBS website. Quite a menu I've got.
Good Omens. I like Neil Gaiman and his non-sensical story telling. Yes, I know it's from a book by Terry Pratchett but Neil's dialogue and story movement is all over this rendition. I haven't read Pratchett but there must be something in their styles that is so similar.
I last watched a star trek episode on VHS
EPISODE: The cage
Live PD. Shows me the arrogance and stupidity of mankind running loose in this country. NO license, insurance. And the drugs....... I worked with law enforcement for 10+ years in the 80's until 1991. Good thing they didn't have the tazer. They would have shocked everybody on general principle.
oh yeah! i'd watch her read the phone book
Alone, Holey Moley, JETT, Yellowstone, Agents of Shield, Elementary, reviewings of No Reservations for travel planning, and Gabriel Iglesias's lousy sitcom on Netflix. going to start on the BBC Benedict Cumberbatch versions of Sherlock Holmes this Sunday on Netflix.
I watch Love Island almost every day. Don't judge me. I love the scenery in Fiji. I never go anywhere.
Having found a new server index site to catch a few HULU shows, I'm getting caught-up on Sean Penn's The First. It's about a guy who's in charge of training a team to go to Mars. Natasha McElhone is the Director of NASA. Thus far, this thole thing isn't about going to Mars, but all about the characters. He and his daughter are getting over his wife's suicide, his daughter is an addict (and an inspired painter) and, while they never got to Season 2, I get the feeling...he's goin' to ride that rocket by the finale. Outstanding drama, worth watching even if you don't get to the next level in the story.
just announced-season two of Mindhunter on Netflix begins Aug 16. can not wait!
Watching Twin Peaks 3 on BluRay.
Just finished episode 10 (Laura is the One). Staggering stuff, quite wonderful.
Episode 8 (Got a Light?) is probably the most extraordinary hour of TV I've ever seen...
Spartacus BD much more added to some of the episodes! some I'd rather not see... my wife has no complaints! LOL...
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