Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
Game of Thrones (season three) Much higher production values than the previous season. Episode nine shows how much violence can and can't be shown in different scenes, plus there's some real laughs in the first ten minutes. If you want to write for television this and the following episode will give you more pointers than a three year course. Lot's of nastiness that's ruined lesser series (Handmaid's Tale, Homeland) but plays well here because of the multi-level storytelling.
Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films. Host Joe Dante (Gremlins) hosts a round table discussion on midnight cult movies. I've watched the first episode and it's one of the greatest things ever shown on TV. Gary Busey (talking about Point Break) is totally insane.
Watching “The Office” marathon on Comedy Channel today.
Having got my dvd set, I watched The Americans Pilot Episode. The story starts to take its course, but two things stood out for me. The first is Philip's re-encounter scene with April Wine's 'Roller' as background-great fun. The second is in the motel where the two stand at the air conditioner-love that moment.
Scrubs on IFC
Easy Riders and Raging Bulls (BBC 2002) Doco about the maverick directors that turned up at the end of the 60s, shook things up and ended up running Hollywood. Explained in such a simple way even I could understand it. ... and remember everything starts with The Monkees
I am watching the series, “Scott & Bailey”.
The Head. Though predictable (around episode 2 or 3 you know whats going on), still a great miniseries.
There's something about the great, wide Artic and the confined spaces people live that makes this stuff a good watch.
A Haunting on Discovery+
Hey Arnold! on PlutoTV
Season 4, Episode 16
Helga On the Couch
When a psychologist comes to P.S. 118, she notices Helga's aggressive behavior, so she calls Helga for a session. Reluctantly, she goes and tells the psychologist about her family life and why she behaves this way.
Helga on the Couch
Possibly one of the best episodes of the entire series.
Finished Season 1 - I thought it was excellent. Wish I had a coach like him when I was playing hockey.
The Mick. Season 1. Starring Kaitlin Olson.
Correction: This episode was taken from:
The Sounds (CBC). Pretty solid Canadian/New Zealand mystery series.
i just finished binging 'the queen's gambit' non stop ....started last night ....
Hold the Sunset (S01)
Atypical, Season 1
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