The best marvel-Netflix series to have been created in my opinion, the actor who portrays the superhero 'Jessica Jones' does so perfectly, ensuring that the viewer can understand that she is no where near the the typical description of a superhero! And then there's the villain of Killgrave, or The Purple Man, who David Tennant plays brilliantly! His portrayal of Killgrave managed to make him my favorite villain to have appeared in a marvel property, as he was chilling, cold and damn right awesome! An absolute must watch for any marvel fan and one of my all time favorites, cannot wait for season 2!
Wow, I have to say that I went into this series with high hopes... What came after I had finished the first season was complete and utter disappointment, and if my rating was to be solely based on that disappointing first season, then there would be a single star there, luckily I found the second season to be more enjoyable, earning it the three stars that I have given it. I can only hope that the third season will greatly improve this show, as otherwise I don't know how much more I'll be able to put myself through. I much prefer him in the defenders, however this is not a review of that, and therefore will not be affecting my feeling towards Daredevil. However it appears that this is a very unpopular opinion as many people have a love for the show, so I would not personally recommend it, however I suppose that watching it could at the very least be beneficial if you plan to watch the defenders.
Gripping, confusing and exhilarating are three of the words that I would use to describe this absolutely crazy show. The mystery of 11, the upside-down, will, and the demigorgon is one that cannot be easily figured out and the second and third season that have already been renewed will only make this series stronger. Unfortunately there isn't much else that I can say about the show, however this is because I don't want to ruin the experience for anyone who is about to start, or is thinking about starting this fantastic series.
In one word; brilliant! Truly felt as if I was once again reading the books that kept me so hooked, and whilst I'm not happy about having to wait until next February for the second third, and then having to wait another year for the final third, however I will survive. All of the actors are absolutely great in each of their respective roles and do honor to the amazing series of books. A definite recommendation and a must watch for anyone who has even the tiniest wonder about whether they should watch it!
Bojack the goddamn Horseman, this show isn't anything particularly special if I am to be completely honest, and think that its kinda surreal that it is renewed for a forth season, whereas the likes of shows much greater than it fell victim to there respective companies and were canceled! Now despite me saying this, I do think that Bojack Horseman is a good show, and that it actually even has a few funny episodes, however these are really more ruled down to funny moments. I think that a forth season could look to delve further into the comedy and less into the drama, although I do understand that the show is under the main premise of drama, how serious can a show about a rundown, alcoholic horseman really be? I wouldn't typically recommend this to anyone straight away, and would sooner recommend a multitude of much greater animated, comedy, or drama shows, however I suppose that if push came to shove and they wanted something that fell into this shows very specific description, then I suppose anything is possible. If by chance you're reading this in hopes of a deciding vote as to whether you should watch this show or not, then I would personally say that yes you should, as I do like the show, however, treat yourself and go watch Futurama if you want a better comedy animation, and if you want one of a animated drama, then go watch Death Note! But for a combination of the three, I suppose this would suffice.
SO, this show is very good, and I have to say that I found it to be incredibly interesting and all around very gripping, as I watched the show in a very binge-like fashion. Now I have seen reviews from people who claimed that the show is too 'real', to this I say bull! Whilst I can see where they may possibly be coming from, I have to say that I think that it being so real is what makes it so great, in the sense that it can show the very serious point behind the series; what people say and do matters. Without this very real feeling, I do not think that the show would have become as successful, and also believe that its message would not be shown nearly as much. All in all though it is seriously a great show, and one that I would recommend to anyone interested in watching it!
The flashback scenes with David Bowie in season 3 are bittersweet. But such a Bowie-esque way for Jeffries to actually appear in ep. 15! Also ep. 15 had me in tears from 41-47 & 1/2 minutes. Any other Twin Peaks fan will feel it when they see it too! But, beautifully done.
The openload links for Game of Thrones 706 are working, but AGAIN some posters today keep on spamming EDITED versions--anything shorter than a total of 1h9m. THANKS cutiepie, plagijator, neuronyc, mimitosha, kirimi20 (and probably some I've missed) for caring enough to post the full episodes--unlike WatchOpenload, janosik, Tonia1, georgepavel, and others. You go on my trusted list; the crap-spammers know where they can go.
Thats what you get when you put a family name american actor, with a British comedian. Is it that good, i'm up to 100 plus shows i'm watching and new seasons of some of the best have started. You really give it a 10/10…..thats like women, they rarely exist but in airbrushed magazine photos……but if you tell me to watch it, i will. But i'll only listen to your word. No one else's ! Radi
Game of Thrones 706--Be aware that there are defective versions. From the HBO logo to the eye opening is 108:40 in the later posts (of total length 109.59, 111:28, 112:22); for the leaks and others whose total length is 106:01 and 107:07 (the FLEET), the same logo to eye is only 105:55--almost three minutes shorter! Does anyone know whether time compression or actual cutting is involved? THANK YOU to the later poster for the correct version.
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I perfer Vale, I dont like Lee now that she has "big daddy Falcone" in her corner, now she has this whole "wannabe badass" aura like Selina has but, the difference is Selina actually earned her "tough girl status". Lee's somewhat new personality is a bit too forced
hang on a sec, if i remember correctly, michael was the first born angel, even though amenadiel isn't a bibilical figure, they could have him replace michael in the series. which would explain why uriel was afraid of him.
appreciate the soundtrack as well, it has struck a chord with me........“ how does tv ruin your life? " - when I 've been insanely sucked into alias, watched it repeatedly, and any other TV series become all blur~ Alias is remarkable, to have such a power in such an abbreviated story telling---with extraordinary insight and enormous tenderness, deeply inspiring.
fell into alias by chance but have loved every piece of it because Jennifer Garner. The funny thing is that, before Alias, I wasn't a big fan of certain show with "the impossible appears believable" genes and barely knew Jennifer Garner, who turned out to be my favorite actress ~ I've never seen someone make me see the role in her/himself quite like Jen; embodies the character and feels Syd's emotion like her own. ... And she was hot as hell in Alias, the finest Jennifer. Surprise and serendipity were great,
Class is made available for streaming on the BBC Three website at on Saturdays at 10am (BST) at which point it becomes available for downloadable purchase through the BBC, itunes, amazon, etc. It will air on BBC at some point, but I'm not certain if that is going on right now or will occur shortly. It is being shown in a various formats in Australia a day or two behind, though.... But to answer your question: The east coast of America is 5 hours behind the UK (for the moment, things will be a bit off soon as America ends daylight savings time and the UK ends British summer time on different dates... also I'm not certain why the schedule is displaying a 7am local time for you given the timezone difference... I'll look into it), however since this isn't broadcast and relies on someone in the UK with access creating a webrip it's not always possible to make the same estimations one can usually count on from television. If you were to judge by last week, there were two episodes which aired—each an hour long—and were widely available shortly before 3pm on Saturday (your time). That may or may not be useful in predicting this week's release, but it might serve as some sort of benchmark to go by or something. (And for what it's worth –the tv capture, which I presume was Australian, and was of somewhat better quality, followed about 8-9 hours later). I hope that helps... I hope that wasn't too overwhelming... PM me if there's anything more I can help with.