Post by riverpanthera on Nov 4, 2016 13:26:07 GMT -8
I haven't been much in the mood for drama shows recently and also been busy so watching mainly comedies as they are shorter, after brooklyn nine nine I"ve just been watching is Parks and Recreation, it's brilliant. I'm already up to season 5.
Post by riverpanthera on Dec 10, 2016 14:47:42 GMT -8
^Havent' watched it myself but its on my watchlist because my brother said it was really good. My parents have also seen it and liked it though it is slow paced, so depends if you like that kinda stuff.
Was trying to insert quote but did not work. Read on Twitter that it's been slow because they've run out of people to kill and that next season they'll have to start killing viewers at home through their television sets
Next season will be 8 episodes long and the final season might be even shorter.
Yeah I agree..very dull and boring. This season overall feels like harxly anything interesting has happened. Not sure hoe they are going to finish these stories by end of next season (I heard its the last..but may be not tru
Post by riverpanthera on Jan 21, 2017 0:54:36 GMT -8
Pesonally imi the other boat..not reallyhappy with Sherlock..its quLity has significantly declined. Its entertaining but doesnt mae much sense and I feel they are focussing tio much on personal drama rather than cases.
The Sopranos. After watching RAEES I've re-discovered all things criminal. I loved the Sopranos. Missed the entire first season when it started because I thought it was a show about opera It was shot locally in Jersey. At one time or another I visited almost every set location. I ate where they ate, shopped where they shopped. I once spoke to a producer when she called my workplace. At the time I worked in a psychiatric hospital and they were looking for a set location for the Uncle Junior story, when he was pretending to be "crazy". The hospital CEO turned them down but I loved the show, still watch it.
PS scenes from Leonardo DiCaprio' s Marvin's Room where filmed at my hospital, one episode of House and something from Kevin Spacey which I don't remember.