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Pretty Good

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 30 December 2009 07:06 (A review of Flashforward)

Review as of season 1 episode 4.

If the show wants to be as interesting as Lost, they need to start ramping up the mysteries and the intertextuality. Another reservation: I love Joseph Fiennes and Sonya Walger, but I don't think either of them is lead material. Walger especially is very talented and always interesting as a supporting player but never as a lead. The show has a lot of manufactured character tension (Agent Noh's fears, Fiennes' character's alcoholism) while leaving genuine wells of tension untapped (a worldwide disaster that probably would have led to at least a week of martial law).

But while I'm waiting for Lost and every other show to return, I'll get current with the front 13 and see how it plays out.


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Great Cinematography, Terrible Movie

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 30 December 2009 06:52 (A review of Silent Hill)

Great cinematography, everything else fell flat. Perhaps it was the language barrier (the director is French - maybe he doesn't speak English?), but unlike his Brotherhood of the Wolf this one is pretty unwatchable.


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Fun Pastiche

Posted : 7 years, 7 months ago on 30 December 2009 06:47 (A review of Brotherhood of the Wolf)

The mash-up of costume drama with werewolf with martial arts is too fun to miss. The plot and some of the filming is really hokey - maybe it plays with more gravitas if you know French. Cheesiest scene involves a pan-fade between the Alps and Monica Bellucci's naked reclining butt.


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