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Posted by corrupt on 20.11.2008 at 21:35
Battlestar Galactica.
That is THE TV show. I've never seen that deep a set of characters and that nicely written a story. Also except a few occasions where you clearly see the computer animation, it's almost too real. I hear it's the most expensive series ever.

I'm also enjoying Family Guy, Scrubs and Firefly. But only for a quick laughter or two. Especially Scrubs takes itself far too serious these days. They were most funny in the first two seasons. And family guy seems to be going down too. The last funny episode was 'I Dream Of Jesus' a few weeks ago. And the only device that made it funny was repetition.
But I don't watch those on TV. I don't even have one. German television is so disgusting, you want to puke. So I'm downloading most of my stuff in original english until they release proper DVDs.



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Ilham
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  30.07.2014 at 21:03
Yeah, I see. The whole victorian/gothic/Tim Burton stuff really doesn't work with me. I guess I'm going to pass on this one.

I'm kinda stuck in a weird phase where I don't want to start anything because I know I'll get addicted to it. So I'm just re-watching old funny stuff that won't get to my head and keeps my mood afloat.
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  14.08.2014 at 15:26
Mad Men Season 2.

I've been wanting to start this one for quite a while but with so many seasons and the episodes being quite long, I kept avoiding it since I knew it would take quite a while to do so. With not much else to follow, I've started this and am quite happy with the decision, the show is amazing.
Ilham
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  14.08.2014 at 15:35
Yeah I watched Mad Men up until season three. I don't know why I stopped, but I know I started because of the advertising theme. The first season is great for that.
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  14.08.2014 at 19:55
Written by deadone on 16.07.2014 at 02:18

I was watching Carnivale which to my disgust was cut after 2 seasons and never even got close to anything resembling a resolution.

Typical HBO - they did the same to Deadwood and Rome. Bastards!


ever watched Ausie TV series ... The E Street?
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RavenEffect

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  14.08.2014 at 20:49
Written by Ilham on 14.08.2014 at 15:35

Yeah I watched Mad Men up until season three. I don't know why I stopped, but I know I started because of the advertising theme. The first season is great for that.


Yeah its a hard one to get into since its 7 Seasons, each one with +10 fifty-minute episodes so its easy to get intimidated by this amount of content. It took me almost two months to finish The Sopranos and I had to grasp every second of it, I'm experiencing the same thing with Mad Men. Its tough to start but when you do it, it's a nice ride.
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  15.08.2014 at 01:15
Couldn't stand Mad Men. My ex really liked it and whenever I tried I just couldn't. The characters didn't interest me at all, and the plot was even less interesting, if you can be less interesting than not interested at all.

Actively uninterested? Whatever. Objectively a well-written show with a strong cast and good directing, one I'd recommend to a great deal of people I know, but just really not something I can enjoy.
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  19.08.2014 at 22:16
Now that Penny Dreadful is no more (only 8 episodes till next season), I think I'm going to try this one. Heard great things about it, and well, we all know Mads Mikkelsen can deliver.
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  19.08.2014 at 22:50
You're in for a treat. I just hope you have the books fresh in your memory. There are a lot of hints, differences, new interpretations and twists. It focuses on what happened before Red Dragon, but having red the three books helps understand the complexity of the whole thing.
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  Today at 02:27
Written by Ilham on 19.08.2014 at 22:50
Red Dragon
having red the three books

This one's slightly more forgivable than your typical typo.
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Ilham
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  Today at 02:29
Written by Troy Killjoy on Today at 02:27

This one's slightly more forgivable than your typical typo.

Yeah I don't even have to defend it. My passion for Hannibal is just showing a lot.

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