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Travisina
Re: Volcano -
I agree about the dialogue, and that Michael Gough is a good actor. I also have a soft spot for the location, as it's one we visited on a location trip many years ago. I can more or less forgive the dodgy-looking robot. The stock footage of volcanoes burbling away is pleasing.

What I don't like about the ep is its contradictory premise - "I'm such a pacifist that I'm going to kill my own son and then destroy the entire planet." Huh? Maybe the rest of the population would have preferred subjugation to death - where there's life there's hope of rebellion, etc - what gives him the right to take that decision without some sort of referendum? So although this ep isn't actually offensive (cf Moloch), I do find it rather stupid.
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rojkerr1
The feathered Serpent, Patrick Troughton, Diane Keen
 
Child Of Auron
American Horror Story - Freakshow

It's not my favourite of the four seasons I have seen but it is definitely the creepiest
 
Gauda Cheese
I finished watching Bojack Horseman last night. Its very funny, but crushingly depressing as well.
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Joe Dredd
Klenotka wrote:

Trailer to the new Star Wars movie....for the third time :D I was sceptical, I still am but this is goooood.


I like the "George Lucas edit version" someone has made, adding all sorts of needless detail to the background, hundreds of TIE fighters, extra light (fire?) sabre blades... all the fiddling we're used to from Mr Lucas.
 
Gauda Cheese
Joe Dredd wrote:

Klenotka wrote:

Trailer to the new Star Wars movie....for the third time Grin I was sceptical, I still am but this is goooood.


I like the "George Lucas edit version" someone has made, adding all sorts of needless detail to the background, hundreds of TIE fighters, extra light (fire?) sabre blades... all the fiddling we're used to from Mr Lucas.


I'm very skeptical considering I am not a fan of JJ Abrams. But who knows maybe this will be an exception to the rule.
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Klenotka
I watched the original Stargate movie tonight again after a few years. I love it so much. It was so inovative back then and it was so different from what Emmerich makes these days. I have always been a Stargate fan, it was Stargate that brought me to conventions and ultimately...here, basically. it all started with Stargate back in the 90s. I liked all the TV shows, especially Atlantis in its first year but the decline of quality was sad to watch. The movie has nothing to do with the show but for me, it is all a complete universe, yet the movie is always at least two levels higher in everything Smile
Fantastic soundtrack as well.
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Gauda Cheese
Office Space. I love this movie.
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BradPaula
Finally got around to seeing the Monty Python's Flying Circus concert from last year at the O2 Arena. As avowed Python fans from the early 1970's, we loved seeing the boys do all the classic sketches of theirs- the Lumberjack Song, Spanish Inquisition, the dead parrot sketch, and cheese shop, Spam, Philosophers Song- and many more of their best sketches. We sang, laughed and mimed along with all the punch lines and had a great time seeing the Pythons again.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Klenotka
I started with the new Netflix "Daredevil". Surprisingly dark for Marvel, finally a proper adaptation? And a good comic-book TV show?
I was surprised that "Daredevil" is Tristan Thorn from Stardust, when I first saw him...Grin

EDIT: I am at episode 4 and it is great. I am surprised how different it is from all the Marvel stuff they have done until now. It is *really* dark. Actually, this is what I call dark. I donīt think I closed my eyes watching something for some time but I definitely did it here.
But it is also very addictive. I am sure I will end the season by the end of the week Grin
Edited by Klenotka on 20 April 2015 21:55:50
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Gauda Cheese
I started watched Derek last night and its funny and sweet.
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RichardMk2
I've been watching the new Thunderbirds series, "Thunderbirds are Go". I think it's quite good but not perhaps as ground breaking as the original show was.
 
Travisina
RichardMk2 wrote:

I've been watching the new Thunderbirds series, "Thunderbirds are Go". I think it's quite good but not perhaps as ground breaking as the original show was.

I've seen the first episode. It's not bad, it has its moments. But dear oh dear, the frenetic pace - 6 rescues in as many minutes! I wish it would calm down and take its time so that we can get to know the characters being rescued a bit better. It just felt like Peril/Launch Thunderbird Whatever/Rescue, rinse and repeat. Didn't much care for the relentless music, either.
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dragonq
House of Cards. (Netflix has just come to Australia.) I am watching this with my husband, and I personally have been watching Wolf Hall, Ripper Street, and have just seen the first episode of the new Poldark, which I recall being on television as a kid, but which I never watched.
 
purplecleric
Klenotka wrote:

I started with the new Netflix "Daredevil".
But it is also very addictive. I am sure I will end the season by the end of the week Grin


Join us on the Daredevil thread here: http://www.blakes...ead_id=971 and let us know what you think...
 
Klenotka
Some good quality stuff returned on TV this Spring, one of the is Penny Dreadful. I have to admit, the first season was a bit uneven, we had to meet the characters and get to know them but holy cow, this was fantastic. I loved the atmosphere. The ending scared so much Grin
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Travisina
An afternoon and evening of classic movies on Channel 5 USA -

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (the original, starring Gene Wilder)

The Dirty Dozen (the original, not the one in space!)

Currently on: A Fistful of Dollars
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sweevo
Max Payne - the 2008 film adaptation with Mark Wahlberg... personally, I still prefer the games (especially the third one). Been checking out Knights of God, an ITV miniseries which was only shown once in 1987 (two years after production!), the Tekken anime film and the Virtua Fighter anime series... and I kind of wish I'd stuck with Max Payne.
 
JustBrad
Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies (and lots of padding).
 
purplecleric
Travisina wrote:


Currently on: A Fistful of Dollars



I love a good Western but I prefer the Clint Eastwood ones to John Wayne. Pale Rider and The Outlaw Josey Wales are favourites along with the 'Man with No Name' trilogy.

And Vincent D'Onofrio has just been cast in the Magnifent Seven remake - colour me excited!
 
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