Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
Fleming the Man who would be Bond.
Rental and DVD/BD Purchases:
From the Earth to the Moon
Star Trek: The Animated Series
Love, Chunibyo, and Other Delusions Season 2
Magi Season 2
The Pilot's Love Song
Seitokai Yakuindomo Season 2
Strike the Blood
Every Saturday afternoon for lunch: Mannix
Sunday for lunch: Probe (1970s hi-tech spy series), or such 60s gems as Girl From UNCLE or It Takes a Thief.
Evenings at the hobby bench: Nichols (1970s James Garner series) or Primeval, or the 1980s Mission:Impossible revival.
Evenings with the Mrs.: Rewatching Eureka and X-Files; First time watching Chuck and Supernatural.
And other things.
Just watched Waking Dead. That was an awesome episode.
So Lizzie is a little Dexter.
i'd be curious as to what you think of it.
I watched three episodes today. It was nice how Fleming would try and fail where Bond would surely succeed, the relationship with the Admiral was funny, I've always like Anna Chancellor, is this made by similar people as The Hour? I was hoping for gadgets, not as Bond as Bond, but they did have some funky kit during the war.
Right now, I'm watching Castle.
Watched Raising Cain, it's enjoyable but strangely put together, some shots make me think this wasn't shown in the order the director really wanted, especially the clock shots, they looked like markers to show when we were in the story, as if it were meant to jump around and not be so linear.
Also started disc 1, season 6 of The X-Files, opening episode was average, the second, Drive, was great. Perhaps watching the film would have enhanced the opening episode, but I'm far from convinced.
In the middle of season 2 of a Lost Girl binge on Netflix -- liking it more and more.
Young Molly Ringwald guesting in this episode.
Disc 1, Season 6 of Monk.
Almost Human which is on.
After three years of law school where I think I only watched Archer and Doctor Who, I'm finally watching more shows. I've got Archer (Vice), Agents of SHIELD, I just saw the first season of Arrow on Netflix, and I'm in the middle of Orange is the New Black first season.
AoS is annoyingly on hiatus, though.
I really enjoyed it, to a level of addiction... but I was so dissapointed by the ending.
I've powering through all of 24, I'm on series 6. But I'm having a go at Perception, which is kinda ok, but looks like a little bit of a rip off of Elementary (which I watched to get a part hit after missing BBC's Sherlock).
Time for Castle!
Half way through... It's becoming more clearer watching this shit that I am not a 14 year old princess anymore.
Farmed and Dangerous.
Ray Wise as evil lawyer.
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