Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
Blade Runner (1982)
I have not watched "The Boys" and don't think I will. Hubby has been watching it with his best friend and can't keep from telling me about it. I think "The Boys" is a bridge too far for me; there are times where I can barely hang in there with "Preacher."
My wife has been trying to get me to watch this, she’s selling it as “the cowboy version of The Sopranos”, or words to that effect. I suspect she has a bit of a celebrity crush on Kevin Costner, which I can’t really complain about, as she’s tolerated my crush on Kaley Cuoco for years.
^ Your wife is pretty spot on in her assessment. Starting to like the show more and more.
Indians at Mets
Years and Years, episode 4.
Holy CRAP, that was sad.
NBC's ER 'Life After Death', the premiere for the fifteenth & final season, via Hulu.
Probably start Justice League shortly.
Grand Designs, on Netflix.
Saw Angel has Fallen earlier.
Stargate Sg-1 and Atlantis
Binged Mindhunter on my day off. I felt like for a large portion of the season Anna Torv was wasted (as in under-utilized, not intoxicated) or like they didn't quite know what to do with her character, but she was given some great character moments to work with. Not sure I'm thrilled with some of the sub plot. It will really depend on where they decide to go with it.
Just finished Aquaman.
Meh. It was OK.
currenlty watching season 4 of blindspot and 1st season of timeless
Just started season 1 of Dark. All I can say so far is it's trippy. I'm engaged.
Went to see Good Boys, Ready or Not, and 47 Meters Down: Uncaged at the AMC Lufkin this afternoon.
Watching A Bad Moms Christmas via Showtime on Hulu right now, thanks to a free month trial.
Dad’s Army - the lost episodes s02e02
Better Than Us over on Netflix. Russian sci-fi drama. Reminded me a lot of Humans from AMC/BBC. Nothing earth shattering, but decent enough. English dub was terrible, recommend watching it in it's native Russian with English subtitles. Far less distracting that way.
Watched A.I. for the first time since it came out. The film is more relevant today than ever. Still, the plot holes are big enough to run a Humvee through. Surely, when the real son woke up, the whole experiment was ruined and David should have gone back to the factory. Also, who programs ANY robot to accept commands from a child? One more- the parents seem ignorant of the fact that David was perfectly behaved until their brat came back. I know, it's only a movie.
"The Moon-Spinners"--an old Disney flick with Hayley Mills.
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