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When I first stumbled on this show last week I fell in love with season 1 on Vancouver Island. The season 2 contestants were spoilt and knew what to expect.
It is raw, gritty and completely different than any "show" I've ever seen before. I loved the contestants and I laughed as well as cried at different situations they were faced with. I only watched 7 episodes and then had to leave it. It takes place in Patagonia and the raw, gritty and even quirkiness of season 1 was back! It takes place back on Vancouver Island, but consists of 2 family members rather than individual contestants.
A fantastic second attempt for director Richard Linklater with a budget of ,000, who produced, directed, and appeared in this film. O.`s were kind of a fad then, and everyone was a fan. I was struck by a line from Sam Keeley when explaining to Ellen Page how her husband died. However, not going to be everyone`s brand of prophylactics. If you can live with what I said above then you`ll like this. any way it's good and worth a watch Donald Sutherland, and Helen Mirren. They're getting a little long in the tooth, and are fitting for this story about aging, illness, and death. As Pink Floyd said " Life is long, and you are young, and there is time to kill today" Something like this is in your far future. It's not for small children ,but for teenagers and adults . The scenes of the mansion and the relics in the attic are cool and seem to show the Art-Deco of the 20`s. I only watched this reboot because it brought back some nostalgia of me sitting with my grandma while she brushed my hair and we'd watch this show and many others. Grams passed in Jan this year, so when I heard this show was back on, I've been watching it for old times sake.
Although the entire thing probably won't resonate with everyone, there may in fact be something for everyone in this weird, meandering narrative experiment that will change the way you think about the strangers you see every day. (paraphrasing here) ...he knew in his conscience that it was wrong, that he wanted to resist but was overwhelmed by desire and the feeling of connection and chose to go with it, killing and eating his own brother. If you ever get a chance, the director's commentary w/the cast is hilarious too. Great story of ancient Rome in the 21st century, but they talk in the dialect of the ancients, which is going to be a turn-off to a lot of people. I've heard it said that all humor is the result of someone else's pain. A person my age, or older realizes that this life might arrive for us tomorrrow. But regardless of the eventual outcome, it's a story of hope, and love. I give this movie a 10 out of 10 for how it was put together . It was better than I thought it’d be, based on the comments. However, some folks like to shoot themselves in the foot with twitter, and thats what Roseanne did.
Had trouble with these links, as they are old, but if you Google this and hit page 1 on your search, the 7th listing from the top will get you the movie. The story was well crafted, actors good and directing, production was great. Watched on a recommendation, I'd never heard of this show.
Special effects while not that of a slasher film, is in the right places as not to make you hurl, but make you check your shorts; more than 4 or 5 times. Kept my attention throughout but it does start a little slow.
[spoiler][/spoiler] Also the 'death' of Hopkin's character left a serious hole in the series that as amazing as Thandie Newton, Evan Rachel Wood & Jeffrey Wright are (love them all so much) can not fill adequately fill imo.
Kudos to that and kudos to him for giving back after, well, after it all.
I am sure that this comment will receive as many down votes as my initial. It's sad it went out the way it did because I'm sure everyone else was probably enjoying being back on the show.
Funny old props that are of museum quality now a days. → Reply: I watched it twice before I felt confident enough to comment on my take. Quite a few scenes will have you cringe, and pulling the stuffing out of your chair. But we used to saw Angelina Jolie for Lara and I can't stop thinking that maybe if Lara did this movie again, it is much more exciting the way he act the role. if you have not seen this movie ,then your missing out on a great movie. Obviously, my grandma didn't know about the stuff Roseanne would say on twitter because back when the show was on there was no twitter.
Most of the characters are oddballs or weirdos of some sort, though not outlandishly so. I do think that it’s a shame that Chris Pratt wasn’t the male lead in this. And, of course, the original is an absolute classic. The network doesn't want to deal with the potential sh*t storm from fans and non fans alike so they went ahead and cancelled.
Consistently entertaining, which is a coup for a plotless film in which the primary characters change from scene to scene, with great style and indie spirit, comes this snapshot of an Austin, Texas, that doesn't exist anymore. It's filmed exclusively on an i Phone, and took a huge cut for budget... It has a "cheapened" down look, which I expected, so I wasn't disappointed in that aspect at all. ) into the story of a stalker and their "prey", reminding me very much of Alone With Her com/title/tt0472259/ with Colin Hanks (yes, Tom's son). Well, like is a strange word here, it scared the sh*te out of me as I have been stalked. The writing was lazy and the acting was mediocre at best. If you see this movie for the first time I encourage you to get the book. I feel bad for the other actresses and actors who have been working hard on the show.
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