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PostPosted: Fri Oct 25, 2019 10:27 am 
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Mr Robot season 4. Took me a loooooong time to warm up to this show but hoping for good things from the last season although the opener seemed a bit drawn out.


I'm up to date with S4Ep3. Season 4 is going good so far its the final season so I'm expecting some twists and turns, its a brilliant TV show.


Isn't it just a rip off of Fight Club?


Certainly inspired. It's like Fight club crossed with v for vendetta crossed with the cambridge analytica scandal. Loads of art culture in it too (music and film references) Episode 4x03 was like a homage to Wong Kar Wai films.


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I did not last the first episode of Catherine the Great. Worst thing I have seen in years.


yeah, disappointing alright - I made it through episode 1 thinking I'd earn tv brownie points with missus - she got up and did some ironing in the middle of it, so there's that


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The leftovers is brilliant. Completely batshit but brilliant


I don't go for si fi doomsday type stuff but enough people have said its excellent that I'll give it a shot .....currently savouring and dragging out last few episodes of Succession, Jesus its brilliant. Kieran Kulkin is priceless - the scenes involving the rocket launch in Japan was some of the funniest tv I've seen in a while,,,,,and his comment to Kendall about what to wear to an event....are you go no socks.....sporting some ankle clevage ? :lol:


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Yeah the fat angry red faced police chief shouting at everyone down at the precinct. Gimme a break, it’s not the NYPD.

You're a loose cannon Gilhooley, you've got Seachtáin amháin before I bust you down to Major tráchta.


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The leftovers is brilliant. Completely batshit but brilliant


.....currently savouring and dragging out last few episodes of Succession, Jesus its brilliant. Kieran Kulkin is priceless - the scenes involving the rocket launch in Japan was some of the funniest tv I've seen in a while,,,,,and his comment to Kendall about what to wear to an event....are you go no socks.....sporting some ankle clevage ? :lol:

Last episode of season 2 is a delicious setup for the next one though I guessed that
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Kendall was going to do a U-turn at the press conference, and it's not dissimilar to what we saw previously on his attempted takeover
. The great thing is we have almost the whole cast being unlikable slimeballs but the doesn't stop you picking one of them to side with most of the time.


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Spiral is back on BBC4 at last. Great fun, but Josephine is wasted in prison (no womanshaming) so far.


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Latest season of Sunny is as funny as ever.
The Gang Texts is up there with The Gang Solves the Bathroom Problem for one of my favourite episodes.


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Silicon Valley started again :D


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Dare I ask... is the Watchmen full woke? Does it seem like it’s been written as a collaboration between Ta-Nehisi Coates and Hannah Gadsby? I want to get into it but just wondering what to set myself up for.

I’m a big fan of The Leftovers and liked the first few seasons of Lost so I’m a Lindelof fan usually.


If you're upset by significant commentary on American racial politics, then it probably wouldn't be for you.


Watched the first episode and I'm not sure it works. The Tulsa 1921 massacre was interesting (never heard of it before), but why mix significant commentary on American racial politics with people wearing silly spandex masks? For me it just undermined the realism of any social message they want to put across and it wasn't nearly escapist enough for a superhero / comic book tale so it kind of fell between two stools. I'm sure the critics will love it.


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First couple of episodes of Daybreak are promising.

Nice to see someone tackle the old post-apocalypse genre with some humour and proper lighting, as an alternative to all the relentlessly dour, washed out visions typically served up.


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Dare I ask... is the Watchmen full woke? Does it seem like it’s been written as a collaboration between Ta-Nehisi Coates and Hannah Gadsby? I want to get into it but just wondering what to set myself up for.

I’m a big fan of The Leftovers and liked the first few seasons of Lost so I’m a Lindelof fan usually.


If you're upset by significant commentary on American racial politics, then it probably wouldn't be for you.


Watched the first episode and I'm not sure it works. The Tulsa 1921 massacre was interesting (never heard of it before), but why mix significant commentary on American racial politics with people wearing silly spandex masks? For me it just undermined the realism of any social message they want to put across and it wasn't nearly escapist enough for a superhero / comic book tale so it kind of fell between two stools. I'm sure the critics will love it.


I suppose it might run better in the states where race politics and the police have a more complex relationship.


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Doesn't the spandex happy smashy still undermine it though? Again, haven't watched, but it does seem like that for me for obvious reasons.


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Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


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YES! Another show in its final season, I still miss Erlich


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Doesn't the spandex happy smashy still undermine it though? Again, haven't watched, but it does seem like that for me for obvious reasons.


It didn't for the source material.

And the masks are to protect police identities, due to them being hunted. And that has its own themes and commentary tied to it.

Its a world of a 4-term Nixon, President Robert Redford, the State of Vietnam, no internet or smart phones, a blue demigod, and squids raining from the sky. If you're getting hung up on the masks then you're probably not going to buy into the rest.


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4 episodes into Snowfall. Really really good series.
Set in the early 1980's with the wave of crack cocaine about to hit. Centered around a young black guy getting by and growing an empire, a CIA back story with arms for the contras etc.

Well worth a look.


Just to bump this back up, possibly the most underrated and unrecognised show on TV. Halfway through season 3 and its fantastic. Amazon in the UK, FX in the USA and Soho in NZ.

Been renewed for Season 4 next year too


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Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


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Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.


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Instinct Detective thing with Alan Cummings is crap.
Looking forward to Autumn watch on the beeb.


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Instinct Detective thing with Alan Cummings is crap.
Looking forward to Autumn watch on the beeb.


Yeah, dire.


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Watched Points of View on Sunday, someone was asking why BBC had released their new production of War of the Worlds in other parts of the world but not here. No real answer given but they said it was scheduled to be shown in the UK in November. They did show some scenes from it and it did look good. Anyone out there seen it?


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Nolanator wrote:
Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.
Enjoy! Great show. Without spoiling anything, the finale is brilliant, and not one you see coming


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Watched Points of View on Sunday, someone was asking why BBC had released their new production of War of the Worlds in other parts of the world but not here. No real answer given but they said it was scheduled to be shown in the UK in November.
At a (complete) guess, it was perhaps co-funded by another company (e.g. Netflix, Amazon Prime) as seems to be happening these days, and those other broadcasters might have more flexibility in their broadcasting schedule


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Nolanator wrote:
Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.


We didn't get to see nearly enough of Tim. The others neither, but I felt there was a lot more that could have been done with that character.

Still non-procedural limited series only have so many minutes and side characters are often interesting because of the gaps around them.


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Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1


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Nolanator wrote:
Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.


We didn't get to see nearly enough of Tim. The others neither, but I felt there was a lot more that could have been done with that character.

Still non-procedural limited series only have so many minutes and side characters are often interesting because of the gaps around them.


Tim especially. Seemed to be more of a wiseass in the final season. References to him having PTSD and maybe a drinking problem were teases as well.


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Watching Doc Martin and see Lord Varys actor. Had to google him as I couldn't place him. Then also saw he was Elsie (the smurf) in Car Share. What a brilliant actor


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Anyone watching Guilt on BBC?


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Sandstorm wrote:
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Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1

I don't like how they have made it in to a race war show with Rocshach followers being white supremacists, but still interested in how it'll play out


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Sandstorm wrote:
Blake wrote:
Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1

I don't like how they have made it in to a race war show with Rocshach followers being white supremacists, but still interested in how it'll play out

Yeah, it seems woke enough, but I haven't watched it yet.
I'll wait till it's done first.


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new Witcher trailer is out, show will premiere Dec 20th, all 8 episodes of S1 available at once.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndl1W4ltcmg


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Floppykid wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
Blake wrote:
Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1

I don't like how they have made it in to a race war show with Rocshach followers being white supremacists, but still interested in how it'll play out

Yeah, it seems woke enough, but I haven't watched it yet.
I'll wait till it's done first.


People are reading too much into the “wokeness” of the alternate timeline.
It’s exploring an interesting alternate world, where liberals have achieved all their goals (electric cars and an end to global warming, insanely strict gun laws, a police force unable to use firearms without authorization, reparations paid to black Americans, whites being a racial minority in the USA, and excessive sensitivity to LGBTQ+ groups) yet the world is still a shithole because...people.

Folks that have an affinity for Rorschach from the movie seem to be critical of the idea of white supremacists rallying around his image, but it makes perfect sense. He was an anti-establishment, anti-authoritarian masked vigilante in open defiance of the law against unsanctioned masked crime fighters. He was an outcast (just like some of the trailer park dwellers in ep2) and his discovery and journal in the original novel fuels the right wing conspiracy movement in this world with the notion that the squid-monster attack was a false flag...which it was in this case. A perfect analog for 9/11 which didn’t occur in this universe.


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Perfect analog? :|


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Akkerman wrote:
new Witcher trailer is out, show will premiere Dec 20th, all 8 episodes of S1 available at once.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndl1W4ltcmg

Seems like it has some good action in it but the writing seems crappy. Unsurprising for a netflix show, but it may be good enough


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Swamp Thing sucks, unsurprisingly.



Which is a shame. I've only gotten through the first episode so far, but there are some really cool horror images in there. Alas, everything around them seems tedious and poorly acted.


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Floppykid wrote:
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
Blake wrote:
Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1

I don't like how they have made it in to a race war show with Rocshach followers being white supremacists, but still interested in how it'll play out

Yeah, it seems woke enough, but I haven't watched it yet.
I'll wait till it's done first.

I've only seen one episode so far

His Dark Materials starts on Sunday too :thumbup:


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 31, 2019 9:54 pm 
Ulsters Red Hand wrote:
Sandstorm wrote:
Blake wrote:
Very surprised by Watchmen. It's pushing some interesting buttons; where everything is upside down and inside out in the alternate reality.

Everything dialed up to 11 and exaggerated for effect.

I'm digging it. Really interested to see how it plays out. Some big hits, clues and references already in the first 2 episodes.

Oh, and the soundtrack is amazing.


+1

I don't like how they have made it in to a race war show with Rocshach followers being white supremacists, but still interested in how it'll play out




You obviously haven’t read the book , where do you think his dairies ended up ?


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Rorschach being appropriated by a bunch of angry white manchildren is absolutely spot on, if you ask me.


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Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.
Enjoy! Great show. Without spoiling anything, the finale is brilliant, and not one you see coming

The Shield is one of the greatest underrated shows out there.

I've always stated (probably even multiple times in this thread) that Breaking Brad was never as good to me as The Shield did much of the same stuff - especially the accelerating craziness in the late seasons heading to the end/finale.


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Almost through with Justified. Very happy I picked it up again. Going to have to go and watch Deadwood after this.
I tried getting back into BSG, when I saw it on Prime, but it just hasn't engaged me. I love me a bit of sci-fi, but at the end of each episode I don't have that urge to get stuck straight into the next one. Maybe it's the production style or something. I'm probably spoiled by higher budget, more modern TV productions now.


Justified is fun. Despite being a smokeshow, Winona did not add to the plot. I think the writers put themselves in a corner with her. I loved Art, Tim and Rachel as characters.

Great closing scene.

Just started on The Shield and am loving it.
Enjoy! Great show. Without spoiling anything, the finale is brilliant, and not one you see coming

The Shield is one of the greatest underrated shows out there.


It had one of the best(worst) deaths in any show I've seen. I got a bit tired about how 110% it was and didn't finish it out. The whole thing was so generally over the top it wore out.


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