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  • I like most of Shaymalan's films. Most critics focus too much on the plot twists and not the stories which I find pretty original one compelling.
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    • Fargo, my fave show on TV at mo

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      • His TV series 'Wayward Pines' was a bit of a letdown and got cancelled, in the end even 'Toby Jones' couldn't save it. My wife is a big fan of the books she was gutted it got cancelled me not so much as once they did 'The Reveal' in about episode 2-3 it went downhill.

        The Pollen one was that the one with 'Mark Wahlberg' with people dropping dead all the time?

        I don't get 'the hate' either personally.

        Originally posted by babycart View Post
        ooh! looking forward to that.
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        • 'Wayward Pines' wasn't cancelled, it played out to its conclusion, and they are developing an all new second series.
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          • I've read he had ideas for a season 2 but as far as I can ascertain Fox cancelled it unless some other network has picked it up. If you have a link I'd be interested, well the wife would at any rate it didn't rock my boat at all. I think I'm right in saying the conclusion went away from what happens in the series of books, still it was better than 'Under the Dome'.

            Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
            'Wayward Pines' wasn't cancelled, it played out to its conclusion, and they are developing an all new second series.
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            • Well I liked 'It Follows'! I thought the STD concept was f-f-f-fresh and it's real purdy to look at. Some of the invisible attacks were a bit silly but for the most part I thought it worked. One and a half thumbs fresh.

              I watched a bunch of horror movies during October and that plus 'Christine', 'Let's Scare Jessica to Death' and 'What We Do in the Shadows' were my favourites. 'The Burning' was also worth watching if only for the wigged out OST and a proto George Costanza.
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              • Originally posted by Headless mermaid View Post
                Saw that this weekend. Liked it a lot. Romeo & Juliet in The Old West? All the trouble was sort of the male lead Jay's fault, wasn't it?
                Totes his fault yes. Which makes it all the more enjoyable/frustrating.
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                • I watch more Comedy and Drama on TV but I did watch 'San Andreas' quite recently and I swear at one point after parachuting in to a San Francisco baseball ground with his estranged wife (she wasn't by the end of course) strapped to him Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson actually said 'That's the first time I've ever got you to first base'. It was good fun if you enjoy whole cities being flooded, having buildings collapse and generally be leveled to the ground. Worth watching for the closing line! Which has to be the cheesiest, God Bless America, Biblical piece of dialogue I've ever heard.

                  I've got a soft spot for Dwayne he's like a modern day Arnie without the accent. I actually enjoyed 'The Tooth Fairy'.
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                  • Originally posted by amidar View Post
                    I've read he had ideas for a season 2 but as far as I can ascertain Fox cancelled it unless some other network has picked it up. If you have a link I'd be interested, well the wife would at any rate it didn't rock my boat at all. I think I'm right in saying the conclusion went away from what happens in the series of books, still it was better than 'Under the Dome'.
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                    S2 clearly isn't bolted on, but the first season seemed to go out as planned.
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                    • Yeah I think they planned it so if it didn't get 'picked up' as they say it would have some kind of conclusion. My wife says the writer is a really nice guy who genuinely interacts with his fans and welcomes their input into his books as he's writing them via Facebook. He'll give tasters out to selected followers and ask for their thoughts. She was looking forward to that series for about a year but disappointed in the end with the conclusion and the parts of the books it focused on.

                      I've not got a problem with Book adaptations going away from their source material it makes it interesting for those that have read them already and its fun all round. I thought 'Wayward Pines' concluded well enough but that's why I mentioned 'Under the Dome' that went so far away from the source material it was completley bonkers by the end, probably why I kept watching it, to see how awful it would get.

                      I hope someone picks it up as there is a wealth of backstory there and ideas apparently, the same goes for 'Hannibal'.

                      I've been suspicious of the writers of these series having any kind of idea of where the series is going since I got suckered into season 2 of 'Lost'.

                      Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
                      PINES

                      S2 clearly isn't bolted on, but it the first season seemed to go out as planned.
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                      • Originally posted by Mr Naga View Post
                        I watched 'Paper Moon' a few days later which is wonderful. I've watched two Peter Bogdanovich films (The Last Picture Show) and loved both; any of his others worth watching?

                        Watched this for the first time a couple of days ago and was blown away by it - captured a time and place with perfection.

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                        • Cop Car


                          Excellent, tense, minimal thriller about two runaway kids who twock a police car. Kevin Bacon seems to be having a lot of fun, and the ending is great.
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                          • Watched a couple of classics: Godard's WEEKEND and Herzog's FITZCARRALDO. Need a few days to digest ...


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                            • Lol, sorry mate only just caught this, nope not joking I'm afraid, no scenes of him digging just the odd 'Ellington' 'Charlie Parker' reference and no sign of any power tools or car parts either:



                              Originally posted by Shere Khan View Post
                              'Bosch'? You are joking aren't you? I wonder if he's ever worked with the Italian detective Zanussi, or called the Swedish forensics expert 'Smeg' to ask advice on a tricky case? I notice he also has a taste for large coffee table volumes about something called JAZZ. What is this JAZZ, I wonder?
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                              • Mr Pickles - Satanic sheepdog and loving household pet.

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