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Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by abeezy21, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. otc

    otc Stylish Dinosaur

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    It's true, unfortunately. Watch the first dozen episodes, until you find out who the killer is. I have no idea why they revealed the killer so soon, but after that Lynch and Frost basically abandoned the series and it turned to shit until the last 2 or 3 episodes when Lynch came back.

    But in the good episodes, there are sequences that are unlike anything else Ive ever seen on television. It's hard to believe Twin Peaks was a mainstream network hit in the 90s. After The Wire, I think it's the best TV show of all time.


    I'd agree...it gets weird in a bad way after the killer is revealed but up until then it is phenomenal (and what can you really expect from a show where the goal is to solve a crime over many episodes and you solve it a third of the way in?)

    I dunno that there is anything generational...I am 24 and watched it 3-4 years ago and thought it was great (though I know my parents were into it when it was on TV so it may depend on your personality/upbringing)
     


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    This is England
    Dial M For Murder
    Insomnia (US version)
    Black Belt Jones (sick soundtrack)
    Enter the Dragon
    Thin Blue Line (basically the blueprint for 90% of TV docs now)
    High and Low
    Slacker
    Get Shorty
    The Black Stallion
    Anvil! The Story of Anvil
    The Thing (80s version)
    Malcolm X
    Kes
    Capturing the Friedmans
     


  3. abeezy21

    abeezy21 Senior Member

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    Started this today, watched 7 episodes. I think I'm hooked.

    Poor paralyzed quarterback. [​IMG]


    season 1 is great ... season 2 not so much
     


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    Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs!
     


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    Catching up to Dexter now.
     


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    season 1 is great ... season 2 not so much
    I'm on season 4 now. Kind of just watching it to get some closure, not very hooked any more. First season was amazing and second was pretty good. Definitely getting worse. JD McCoy sure is a little shit.
     


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    Making me consider watching the rest of FNL. The second season was so incredibly underwhelming that I gave up on it.
     


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    "Angela" and "The Sicilian Girl"....two Italian mafia movies based on true events.
     


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    If you like Korean movies I recommend I Saw the Devil. It's got the main guys from Old Boy and Bittersweet Life. Dude from Old Boy acted his ass of and could rival Heath Ledgers Joker as best villain ever. Those Koreans sure love their revenge themes.
     


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    The Man From Nowhere. Another korean revenge movie.
     


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    The Man From Nowhere. Another korean revenge movie.

    Omg that last fight scene is too sexy. One of the best ones ever.
     


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    Juust watched "I saw the devil." Amazing film.

    For tv shows, I'll throw out Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles.
     


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    Canadian television show called "Intelligence". Highly recommend it.
     


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    Is The Hard Times of RJ Berger worth watching?
     


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