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I loved the pilot of Freaks and Geeks, especially the whole fight and then Lindsay dancing with that boy at the very end. The Freaks didn't make a ton of sense, though. And I hate it when parents are so two-dimensional.
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The parents started developing more as time when on. One of my problems with the show was that it felt like we were supposed to be on Lindsey's side against her parents in a "They mean well, but they just don't get it" way, but they were so obviously right. Every time they gave her freedom or trust, she abused it. Her friends were losers and she was following them into becoming a loser. Heck, the last scene of the show was her lying to them and ditching a prestigious and very limited opportunity to pursue things she used to like before she started hanging out with the Freaks to go follow the Grateful Dead around.
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I don't think we were ever supposed to be on Lindsay's side. Or at least, not against her parents. One of my favorite things about that series is that there weren't any real antagonists among the main or recurring characters. Even the people that started out being jerks end up getting a sympathetic portrayal, and the people who started out as heroes were given human flaws. Most of the conflict throughout the series isn't good-guy-vs-bad-guy. It's situations in which you can sympathize with people on all sides.

In the end that's what I loved about the show. The plots weren't necessarily complex or innovative. But I really grew attached to all the characters. There wasn't anyone on the show that I didn't want to see again. And there was no one that I wanted to see fail. The show managed to put me on everyone's side in a compelling way, which is sort of unique.

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Anyone a fan of Kevin Smith's stand-up/Q&A stuff? He has a new one up on netflix. It's very hilarious and also a little inspiring. Definitely worth a watch. Also, I can't repeat the name of it here, but it's called "Burn in #$%&".

Also, it seems that Mission Impossible 1 and 3 were both added recently. That's good news if you, like me, hated the second one, but enjoyed the others.

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OK, there is a totally campy, totally awesome sci fi/horror B movie on Netflix instant, called Galaxy of Terror. A super cheesy but also pretty creative spiritual successor/borderline knockoff. I would say anyone who enjoyed Lifeforce, for example, will probably love this movie.
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Mission Impossible 3 and 4 are seriously great.
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I don't know what you guys were talking about, BSG was just as enjoyable right up to the end as it ever was (strongly decent).
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quote:
Originally posted by Stone_Wolf_:
I don't know what you guys were talking about, BSG was just as enjoyable right up to the end as it ever was (strongly decent).

There were parts I didn't care for, but I quite liked the show the entire way through. (I only watched it for my first time over the summer.)

Also, as was suggested in the previous page--Sgt. Frog.

I went to my brother's for Thanksgiving and the entire family watches the show. I was laughing very hard throughout it.

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Out of curiosity (as there were parts I didn't care for as well) which parts?
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(Spoilers, naturally)

The relationship of Dee and Apollo came out of nowhere. The storyline of finding and punishing collaborators dragged. Gaius and his cult got old pretty quick. The Pegasus story arc was predictable to a t, making it drag way too long for me. I know how that story is going to end, so why must I sit through three episodes for everyone else to pick up on the fact that the admiral was kinda out of touch?

But I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction so I am willing to look over those parts for the greater whole. I also quite liked the ending, though from what I understand many people didn't.

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Can't disagree with anything you said.
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quote:
Originally posted by Speed:
I've been on a Shakespeare kick lately, and someone recommended that I watch Slings and Arrows. The only people in it that I'd ever heard of are Mark McKinney and Rachel McAdams. I'm only 3 episodes into season 1, but I'm really starting to enjoy it. Has anyone else seen it?

I LOVE Slings and Arrows. Hope you continue to enjoy it!
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quote:
Originally posted by Vadon:
But I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction so I am willing to look over those parts for the greater whole. I also quite liked the ending, though from what I understand many people didn't.

It was a betrayal.

I don't mind that it was supernatural, but the supernatural part didn't hang together the way that good fantasy has to. What were the Lords of Kobol? Why were there 12 of them and 12 Cylon models? What was the Cylon God's relationship to the Lords?

Also, apparently everyone was having this opera house dream so that they would know that they would all be standing in that very same arrangement in the future, and nothing interesting would happen. Awesome precognition!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Destineer:
quote:
Originally posted by Vadon:
But I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction so I am willing to look over those parts for the greater whole. I also quite liked the ending, though from what I understand many people didn't.

It was a betrayal.

I don't mind that it was supernatural, but the supernatural part didn't hang together the way that good fantasy has to. What were the Lords of Kobol? Why were there 12 of them and 12 Cylon models? What was the Cylon God's relationship to the Lords?

The short of my answer is that I don't really care.

But the longer answer from my perspective (understanding that I didn't really talk about each episode with folks as they came out or went on bulletin boards for speculation).

They have something that I think was called the Pythian Prophecy? It said something to the effect of everything that is happening has happened before and will happen again. When they ended up on Earth showing our modern present-day, I took it to be that there is some higher power influencing the events but that whatever name you give them--be it the cylon God, the lords of Kobol, or our God(s)--the only truth is the cyclical nature of the universe. What form the true God takes is incidental to the fact that there's some big person pulling the strings in ways that we can't comprehend.

Maybe I wasn't paying close enough attention to those details to be peeved by the ending not really answering those questions well--but it was just something I didn't care about.

I was mostly paying attention to the plight of humanity and hoping for a satisfying resolution. That they ended up finding the Earth we know today in a twist was a good enough ending for me.

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Hugo is on Netflix...for those who want to see the actors playing Ender and Mazer together.

ETA: Which is also a very good movie in and of itself.

[ December 04, 2012, 05:17 AM: Message edited by: Stone_Wolf_ ]

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Does anyone know exactly when Season 7 of How I Met Your Mother showed up on Netflix? My wife and I bought the discs a few days ago and then I checked Netflix, only to see it on there. So I mostly just want to know how much I should kick myself.
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I think I saw an email in my junk folder about it yesterday.
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quote:
Originally posted by Dr Strangelove:
Does anyone know exactly when Season 7 of How I Met Your Mother showed up on Netflix? My wife and I bought the discs a few days ago and then I checked Netflix, only to see it on there. So I mostly just want to know how much I should kick myself.

It was definitely sometime this week. I'd estimate Sunday.
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quote:
Originally posted by Destineer:
quote:
Originally posted by Vadon:
But I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic fiction so I am willing to look over those parts for the greater whole. I also quite liked the ending, though from what I understand many people didn't.

It was a betrayal.

I don't mind that it was supernatural, but the supernatural part didn't hang together the way that good fantasy has to. What were the Lords of Kobol? Why were there 12 of them and 12 Cylon models? What was the Cylon God's relationship to the Lords?

Also, apparently everyone was having this opera house dream so that they would know that they would all be standing in that very same arrangement in the future, and nothing interesting would happen. Awesome precognition!!

I actually thought the precog moments, like the big reveal in Daybreak of what the Opera House vision meant, and the reveal with Kara at the piano a couple episodes before were really well executed. I was pretty invested in the show from the start, so I was predisposed to like it.

I always wonder with a show like BSG how much the viewing experience matters. Does marathon watching it all at once make it less enjoyable than the tension that's built up over many years of watching?

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quote:
Originally posted by Lyrhawn:
I always wonder with a show like BSG how much the viewing experience matters. Does marathon watching it all at once make it less enjoyable than the tension that's built up over many years of watching?

I think that may be the exact reason I didn't mind the ending so much. I didn't have years of investment into the show to stew over each episode week to week. Without that delay, I think it was much easier for me to shrug off parts I didn't like.
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quote:
Originally posted by BlackBlade:
quote:
Originally posted by Dr Strangelove:
Does anyone know exactly when Season 7 of How I Met Your Mother showed up on Netflix? My wife and I bought the discs a few days ago and then I checked Netflix, only to see it on there. So I mostly just want to know how much I should kick myself.

It was definitely sometime this week. I'd estimate Sunday.
Ok, I think I saw it on Sunday too, so that makes me feel better. We bought it sometime last week, so no way of knowing.
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I remember enjoying Man from Earth, though it's been a few years and it could actually be pseudo-intellectual crap. I wouldn't put it past me to enjoy that. Or it could be excellent.
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I Love You Phillip Morris is an excellent film and Jim Carrey gives an excellent performance.
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quote:
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I remember enjoying Man from Earth, though it's been a few years and it could actually be pseudo-intellectual crap. I wouldn't put it past me to enjoy that. Or it could be excellent.

No, it was pseudo-intellectual crap. But it at least started out with some promise. [Dont Know]

Hobbes [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by JonHecht:
I Love You Phillip Morris is an excellent film and Jim Carrey gives an excellent performance.

I'll second this. One of his finer performances for sure.
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Crank 2 is one of the most deranged movies I've ever seen, and I can only hope that the last five minutes are burned into my memory forever.

[ December 17, 2012, 11:19 AM: Message edited by: umberhulk ]

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by JonHecht:
I Love You Phillip Morris is an excellent film and Jim Carrey gives an excellent performance.

I'll second this. One of his finer performances for sure.
Holy moly, I didn't know -anything- about this movie, just saw your guys recommendation and went for it. Dang shoot howdy that was not what I expected!
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quote:
Originally posted by Stone_Wolf_:
quote:
Originally posted by SteveRogers:
quote:
Originally posted by JonHecht:
I Love You Phillip Morris is an excellent film and Jim Carrey gives an excellent performance.

I'll second this. One of his finer performances for sure.
Holy moly, I didn't know -anything- about this movie, just saw your guys recommendation and went for it. Dang shoot howdy that was not what I expected!
In a just world, that movie would have earned Jim Carrey an Oscar nomination in my opinion. He gives such a subtle non-performance in it -- he just disappears into the role.
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The Man from Earth.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0756683/

A professor admits to his friends that he is a 14,000 year old man.

=o

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West Wing has been added.
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American Horror Story is wonderful.

Some plot holes and such, but, overall, I really enjoyed it.

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quote:
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West Wing has been added.

Which is hilarious. I just bought a blu ray player for the sole reason that it had amazon prime with west wing and my wdtv does not have amazon.
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quote:
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West Wing has been added.

What? [Angst] That is wonderful news for me.
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I'm late to the party as far watching in order, but Farscape is on there.

As well as a few new DC animated titles.
Justice League: DOOM
Batman Year One
Superman All Stars
Superman vs. The Elite

All of them are wonderful in their own ways.

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I don't know how long it has been streaming, but Trek Nation is amazing. It is a documentary done by Gene Roddenberry's son Rod, it is half him looking to connect with his late father and half him finding that connection through everything Star Trek. Interestingly enough he doesn't pull any punches in this documentary, I learned some things about Mr. Roddenberry I didn't want to know.
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They have the old Doctor Whos on Netflix now--at least (some of?) the ones that survived without being tossed in the rubbish bin. Do yourself a favor and start at "season 3" -- the doctor here is recognizably the same character. [Wink]

(By the by, "The Master" listed as villain in season 2 is not The Master, but another character by that name.)

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Not netflix, but I just bought A Better Tomorrow and Hardboiled on Amazon. Can't wait.
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Better Off Ted is very good and Riki-Oh is Riki-Oh. Here are some excerpts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lbzbyg3olQI (Warning, over the top gore, though obviously fake)
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Farscape is better than I thought it would be.
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I've been watching Felicity. How did I never know about that show when it was airing? Love it. Funny to watch everyone using landlines and payphones, though.
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quote:
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I've been watching Felicity. How did I never know about that show when it was airing? Love it. Funny to watch everyone using landlines and payphones, though.

JJ Abram's first show I believe.
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I'm seeing the roots of LOST's conflicted love triangles in Felicity.
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The Adventures of Mark Twain may now be one of my favorite movies (but I really like Twain's writings).
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The Adventures of Mark Twain may now be one of my favorite movies (but I really like Twain's writings).

I remember watching that when I was a kid. It was so surreal.
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For fans of British period films:

The BBC mini-series of Daniel Deronda (with Hugh Dancy, Romola Garai, Hugh Bonneville and Jodhi May) is probably the best screen adaptation of a Victorian novel I've ever seen. (Even better than the Jennifer Ehle/Colin Firth Pride and Prejudice, which was my previous favorite.)

North and South and Middlemarch are also excellent.

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quote:
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Not netflix, but I just bought A Better Tomorrow and Hardboiled on Amazon. Can't wait.

Amazon is not bad but Netflix also a good choice.
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Watched Safety Not Guaranteed over the weekend. Surprisingly good film. Has the same sort of feel to it that TiMER did.
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Alice is an urban fantasy recreation of Alice in Wonderland. I'm watching it right now and the introduction of Mad March has me sold on the whole thing kit and kaboodle.

Kathy Bates, Tim Curry, Colm Meaney and Alessandro Juliani (Lt. Felix Gaeta from Battlestar Galactica) are familiar faces without hogging more screen time than their roles deserve.

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Safety not Guaranteed was genuinely my favorite movie of the year.
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It was fantastic.
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