Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Television'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Gaming
    • The Spawn Point
    • The GM Screen
  • Non-Gaming
    • The Asylum
    • The Press Pool
    • The Performing Arts Centre
    • The Locker Room
  • Administration
    • The Help Desk

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


About Me

Found 253 results

  1. Nice spoiler free teaser. ---------------- I'm rewatching the series now to get ready. It's been a long time since I revisited either the books or the early seasons. I've rewatched an episode or two during the seasons, but that's about it. I'm now up to Episode 7, "You Win or You Die," and some things are really sticking out to me. The first thing I noticed is how cheap and small it all seems. The scale is just so much smaller, and even though the production quality is still quite good, it's immediately striking to see how much better they got at everything over the years. There's zero sense of scale in King's Landing in particular. I know this is a show that went from "expensive TV" to "the most expensive TV" to "summer tentpole" levels of budget, and you can see it on screen. I really don't miss all the sexposition. It's just terrible. Not the nudity, that's fine, if unnecessary. It just never feels natural. I can maybe buy Theon spilling his guts to a prostitute, but why the hell is Littlefinger telling a few new recruits his life story as he teaches them to be better whores? I'm glad the series slowly got over the need for this kinda thing. I'd forgotten how much happens in the early run. I remember that with season 1 in particular each episode was almost exactly another 10% on my kindle, and there's just so much plot happening. One of my favorite things in media is to see a world take shape, and season one does a pretty great job at that. There's so much to introduce, and by and large the writing in season one does an excellent job of it. Not only that, but there are so many great lines (mostly verbatim from the book) that continue to resonate in the show and throughout popular culture. Anyone else hyped for season 8 and revisiting any of the show or books?
  2. It's not Charlie you son of a bitch!!! Watch this show!
  3. You have to see this, the last 3rd had me laughing nonstop, it hurt from laughing. I don't know why, nothing in stand up quite hit me like that before. Esther, the cheese
  4. Might as well start it off with this thread ? what have you guys watched while the boards boards have been down? me: Rampage 2.5/5 Logan 5/5 Flower 3.5/5 Set It Up 4/5 (seriously, this was an actual good romcom)
  5. Good episode tonight. I loved having Ralph just run down the list of plotholes from the previous four seasons. I know that good season premiers for the Arrowverse shows haven't really been a predictor of a good season, but given that Kreisberg's harassment was apparently causing a huge amount of churn in the writers' room, hopefully they can actually do a good season this year. Flash season 4 and Supergirl season 3 only went off the rails in the second half, which is after he was fired, so I'm guessing that when he was fired he took the knowledge of what the plans for the season were with him (and if you notice, Flash went MORE off the rails than Supergirl did, and Kreisberg was more heavily involved with Flash).
  6. Did anybody else here watch the series finale? With that ending it's definitely disappointing not getting season 4 but maybe they could do a movie?
  7. To kick the thread off, does anyone know what time CBS is putting the episodes up on All Access now that the show has moved to Thursdays?
  8. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/marcusjones/big-bang-theory-ending-final-season
  9. God I hope that Quick Silver method comes into take out that Okinawa cancer karate, lol
  10. Loved the movie (watch it on Netflix now if you haven’t) Now it’s a tv a series on FX and it’s pretty close to matching the movie. Haven’t seen any of the original cast make an appearance but the new cast is pretty great. Even bring in new vampires that feed off your energy by cornering you and boring you to near death at work, or off people just arguing.
  11. I know that @Bitgod and I are the only ones watching this show but the other thread got eaten so I figured I'd bring it back. Season 4 was quite strong and I probably wouldn't watch the 5th season without seeing that season first if you're planning to jump in. I know a lot of people were fed up with how formulaic the show was, or whatever, but season 4 broke the mold. That being said every season is a bit different so really it breaks the mold every year. In any case, really looking forward to season 5!
  12. Name some series that nailed the landing when ending their runs, some that didn't quite make it, and some that shit the bed. I'll start off NAILED IT Six Feet Under The Wire Breaking Bad The Shield Mad Men Spartacus DIDN'T QUITE MAKE IT The Sopranos Battlestar Galactica The Office SHIT THE BED Lost Penny Dreadful (Great series but the last couple of episodes damn near ruin the whole series) That's all I got so far... I'll see if I can think of some more.
  13. From Darkhorizons Disney+ Plans A “Willow” Sequel Series Previously Howard says a follow-up would likely follow Elora Danan, the grown-up infant princess whom Jean Marsh’s Queen Bavmorda was trying to destroy, and has now confirmed it will be a continuation. However Warwick Davis’ Willow is returning, Howard saying: “Warwick will be in it. Warwick is so cool and so good and he’s such a good actor that I really hope we get the chance to see the mature Willow in action.” Could be fun if done with love ala "Cobra Kai" and not hate ala... well, you know
×
×
  • Create New...