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Dumbass meth addict killing time before his court date for a drugged up car accident, sets off snowboarding in bad weather and gets himself lost. If that's not stupid enough, while lost he also takes more drugs. TSTL and yet he does.
Having learned nothing, his wife now has a restraining order against him for years of abuse. Yeah, it's a true story.
Men with Brooms (2010)
This is funny stuff. Not a smutty joke to be had and it is genuinely funny. I wish they had made more episodes. The voiceover from Paul Gross only makes it even funnier. The women aren't love interests and the guys aren't obsessed with chasing women. Occasionally there is some curling too!
Warehouse 13: Savage Seduction (2014)
So funny (slight spoiler - not major)
This episode bored me until about two thirds in. The Spanish soap was just blah. Then here comes Jinksy and Claude. Although Jinks is gay, Warehouse has refrained from making him a stereotype - until now! Aaron is adorably funny as a flamer. It's not often I laugh out loud but this was so funny. Claudia and Jinks really are the A team. Surprise, surprise Claudia likes flaming Jinks more than regular Jinks!
The Myka and Pete story is completely in Spanish, so unless you speak Spanish you have to read the screen and not miss a line. No looking away to sip a drink for even a second. It's tedious. If I wanted to read I'd pick up a book!
Bones: The Method in the Madness (2012)
This is one of the most frustrating episodes I've seen and usually I love Bones! As an armchair forensics expert (serious non-fiction collection) I had the murder weapon and therefore the killer from the start. Yet it did not occur to the team until the end of the episode. The only reason for this would be bad writing. I don't believe a professional of Brennan's calibre would take so long to even start to look in the right direction. Given her experience she would have seen similar injuries and it was just glaringly obvious. There was no mystery. This was more a story of incompetence and failure to see the evidence. They focused on one direction, the wrong one. Even when they discover an oddity and fail to question how it could have occurred. To make it worse, the very next episode Brennan is talking to Booth and tells him that the interns are making assumptions regarding the bones of the victim and tells them to look as if seeing them for the first time and see how the injuries connect. Exactly what the writers failed to do.
The Watch (2012)
Smut, vulgar and crass
If you enjoy humour that only encompasses bodily fluids and sexual organs, this is the movie for you. However if your IQ is above 20 avoid this like the plague. The writers apparently wrote several smutty jokes, repeated them ad nauseam, then added a vague plot as an after thought. I thought Ben Stiller was past making this sort of rubbish given The Tower Heist, obviously I was wrong. The first half of the movie is nothing but crass humour then finally they get around to the alien then the movie becomes 1 minute of alien, 10 minutes of smut. Stupid. Pathetic. Inane. I really can't think of how to convey how utterly bad this movie is. I am embarrassed for all those involved in making this. You've been warned!
I don't like British shows (excluding Dr Who and Red Dwarf) and I find sex jokes vulgar. Coupling changed my mind and within a month of seeing one episode I bought the whole series. Yes there are many many sex jokes in this show but their delivery is not vulgar the way they are in American shows. I'm quite disappointed that there are only 4 seasons. Each show cracks me up totally. You cannot watch just one episode you must watch them all. The cast is perfectly suited to their roles and it is nice to see Jack Davenport dressed in something that is not comparable to a Mardi Gras float.
The Americans did try to make their own version and failed miserably as usual (see Dr Who and Red Dwarf US versions). Perhaps the Americans should stick to Pie and Scary movies and quit trying to copy the Brits.
This is in no way as good as the previous two films. Granted it was a larger book, but where is the logic in adding new scenes when the time could be spent explaining who, what, when, how and why. Important facts were left out that are used in later books which are larger, so how are they going to fit it all in?
So a set burnt down, why then change the setting completely? So Harris died, is Gambon such a lousy actor he can't keep up the Dumbledore we know and love? Now we have to put up with him for at least another movie. Here's hoping the set will reburn and Gambon declines the job.
Who did they test this on, a bunch of lemmings?
I thought the first one was bad with the villain they picked, but now they've stooped to a new low.
Fred - Lost all his braincells, possibly due to bleach. Daphne - Confused herself with Buffy. Velma - Can you spell tramp? Shaggy - This is for kids? Scooby - Hats off to the animators.
If you're going to revamp an old favourite at least let the characters keep their personalities. This is Scooby Doo in names only. Here's hoping they quit while they're behind, waaay behind.
More than a horse.
So now we know a little more about the Trojan War.
The absence of the gods was an improvement, but I found Paris and Helen very hard to like despite Bloom's "twenty expressions in twenty seconds" and Helen just seemed to come off evil.
Brad Pitt was surprisingly good but I could have done without the standard "nude hunk" shots though some may argue that's what the Greeks are best at.
When my son asked who were the bad guys and who were the good guys I found it difficult to answer.
Thought we got a bit ripped off by the ending. It was different to the Iliad, that was okay, it just felt wrong.
Ned Kelly (2003)
Why oh why?
The real Ned Kelly story is good enough for a movie. So why on earth they made this piece of lies and half truths I'll never know. There is so much they could have put in and made the movie a success but instead they make it up as they go along. It's a pitiful excuse for a bloodfest.
About the only good thing to come of it is to increase tourism in Beechworth, Glenrowan, Benalla and Old Melbourne Gaol.
After the Deluge (2003)
Slice of life.
A Dad estranged from his three sons, suffers from Alzheimer's and enters a nursing home. As we relive his old memories good and bad, the boys deal with major turning points in their own lives. This is a pretty sad movie and it has it's moments. Overall it has a good cast and they do well.
Police Rescue (1989)
I've been watching the reruns on cable, and it's just as cool as when I first watched it as a teenager. Much better than the cops shows we have running lately and the characters are more real with real Aussie slang and speech not that try hard garbage.
It's also an opportunity to spot some of the Aussies that have gone on to foreign movies and TV.