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    Started watching Parks & Recreation. Feels a lot like The Office. Meh. It's.. background, I guess.

    I miss Bojack Horseman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    I miss Bojack Horseman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Started watching Parks & Recreation. Feels a lot like The Office. Meh. It's.. background, I guess.
    A heads up, the first season's not that great. It wasn't until season 2 that I really started enjoying the show. (Specifically April's "I like people... places... and... things" episode)


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    Scream Queens; its string of references is impressive and entertaining. But I do wonder if they'll be able to keep it up.
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    been watching Madam Secretary

    8 / 10

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    Finished about 30 episodes of Saiyuki. It's entertaining enough but it's not one of the great ones. Way too much abusive language towards poor Goku.
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    Movies I've watched in the last couple of days:

    Die Another Day: It's not the most original Bond movie (it owes a lot to Diamonds Are Forever), but It moves at a fast pace; it's never dull; it has a terrific sword fight; and the maligned bits - the invisible car, Bond surfing down a glacier - are pretty cool.

    Crimson Peak: Looks great, but may be the stupidest movie of the year. It starts off well, as a sort of homage to Conan Doyle and Hammer Horror, but collapses into pure hokum. By the time characters are sticking knives into each other and declaring that this will only end when one of them is dead, I'd had enough. Its saving grace is Mia Wasikowska, who's the spitting image of Rossetti's Helen of Troy.

    The Martian: Probably the best space movie of recent years. It's about people solving problems, in an intelligent and optimistic way - how to grow food on Mars, how to communicate with Earth, how to rescue a stranded astronaut. A lot better than either Nolan's pretentious Interstellar or Gravity, which said that being on Earth was better than being in space, where you would probably die and / or get religion. Martian admits that space is dangerous, but hey! it's still worth exploring and doing something you love even if it is dangerous, and we can solve the problems the universe throws at us.

    The Walk: Incredible biopic / caper about a guy who walks a high wire between the twin towers. The walk is real edge of the seat stuff - one of the best sequences I've seen in a movie for a long time; the way director Robert Zemeckis moves the camera is amazing. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's French is excellent (until I saw the credits, I thought that Philippe Petit was played by a native Francophone).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fregoli View Post
    The Martian: Probably the best space movie of recent years. It's about people solving problems, in an intelligent and optimistic way - how to grow food on Mars, how to communicate with Earth, how to rescue a stranded astronaut. A lot better than either Nolan's pretentious Interstellar or Gravity, which said that being on Earth was better than being in space, where you would probably die and / or get religion. Martian admits that space is dangerous, but hey! it's still worth exploring and doing something you love even if it is dangerous, and we can solve the problems the universe throws at us.
    I watched that last weekend and was really surprised that I thought that it was absolutely awesome!

    I hated Gravity, so I wasn't too keen on actually going to the theater to watch another movie about someone lost all by themselves somewhere in space, but I went anyways. It had a sense of humor to it and didn't lose that throughout the entire movie, which made it so much better than most other movies in that genre... and yeah, I liked all of the different solutions and that nobody just sat around moping... they tried to fix things instead
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I watched that last weekend and was really surprised that I thought that it was absolutely awesome!

    I hated Gravity, so I wasn't too keen on actually going to the theater to watch another movie about someone lost all by themselves somewhere in space, but I went anyways. It had a sense of humor to it and didn't lose that throughout the entire movie, which made it so much better than most other movies in that genre... and yeah, I liked all of the different solutions and that nobody just sat around moping... they tried to fix things instead
    Yeah, I was a bit worried at first that it'd be po-faced and heavy on the technobabble, but the film works - Ridley Scott's a better storyteller than Nolan or Cuarón; he keeps things grounded and the plot points clear. It helps, too, that Matt Damon is likeable, and can carry large parts of the film by himself. And the movie's, as you say, funny - which I wasn't expecting. And nice to see a film free from angst!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fregoli View Post
    Yeah, I was a bit worried at first that it'd be po-faced and heavy on the technobabble, but the film works - Ridley Scott's a better storyteller than Nolan or Cuarón; he keeps things grounded and the plot points clear. It helps, too, that Matt Damon is likeable, and can carry large parts of the film by himself. And the movie's, as you say, funny - which I wasn't expecting. And nice to see a film free from angst!
    A Ridley Scott top 5 picture, at its worst....great humor and humanity....so many wonderful characters...all wanting to do what they thought was the right thing, which was not the same for everyone. And some things just need to be done because they are the right thing to do, even when it breaks a few rules
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