Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by HaventGotALife, Feb 15, 2014.
I watched The Wall last night. Pretty good.
Mark Harmon is gone.
Gary Cole has replaced him.
3, maybe 5 years ago, Harmon and his dog "terrorized" and bit Paulie Perrette, so she quit.
Is this going to effect Gary's time on future seasons of the The Good Fight?
It depends on when The Good Fight is filmed and also how big Cole's role is on NCIS. There are actors who have jumped back and forth between two short-season shows no problem, but NCIS is a full-season one-hour network show, and filming that takes up most of the year.
Last night we watched the new ep of Y: The Last Man and then watched 4 episodes of Archer Vice (season 5 of Archer) because we really REALLY needed to laugh. Bless you, Adam Reed!
I'm watching Seinfeld for the millionth time.
Last night was Stargirl, Supergirl, and more Archer.
Been making my way through Lucifer season 6 over on Netflix. Love this show, gonna be sad to see it end...
Watched Apocalypse Now Redux for the first time in years. Still my favorite version. (I know I’ll get an argument on that). Got me to thinking what an 80 year old Ben Willard would be like still living on that French rubber plantation.
It's okay for me, but I think nothing beats the theatrical version, not even the newer edit that Coppola made. It's just more tightly edited.
Tonight: Legends of Tomorrow and Ghosts.
Last night we watched Legends of Tomorrow, Batwoman, the season finale of Titans, and the newest episode of Young Justice: Phantoms.
This morning: HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (with Vincent Price) and HORROR OF DRACULA (with Lee and Cushing).
Earlier we watched this week's Nancy Drew (very good) and Doom Patrol and hubby is now comfort watching Moonbeam City (a very silly animated show from 2015).
QI, series S.
watching the rest of Bram Stoker's Dracula tonight. then after that Im watching Transformers Age of Extinction
I'll take the one on the left.
Last night, we watched Rocketman. It's very much a "musical fantasy" and the director did some lovely things with that. It's the same director as Bohemian Rhapsody, and mucks about with the timeline in much the same ways for the sake of a coherent narrative (ah, if only life really had coherent narratives!), but the fantasy elements allowed him to do some really lovely things. Taron Egerton was AMAZING as Elton John. It was him more than anything that had me bawling my eyes out towards the end. Jamie Bell as Bernie Taupin was also fantastic. I'm glad I got to see it.
FYI, *not* for kids! Drug use, suicide attempts, and gay sex.
On Mondays (and weekdays that I'm on vacation) I've been going to the upstairs TV while all the daywalkers in my house are at work and binging New Girl and slowly making my way through Helstrom, MODOK, Jupiter's Legacy, Sweet Tooth, the final seasons of Black Lightning, Big Hero 6 and the Ducktales reboot, season 2 of Solar Opposites and season 4 of Clone Wars on the TV with Netflix and Disney+ set up on it.
MODOK and the most recent DuckTales are awesome - nothing like having an actual Scotsman do Scrooge!
What's your opinion on Helstrom, Jupiter's Legacy, and Sweet Tooth? These are all shows we've considered watching.
Catching up with last nights (UK) episode of Supergirl (Hope for Tomorrow).
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