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What are you watching right now Part VI - 2012 edition

Posted by Daltons chin dimple on Friday, December 30, 2011

I am wading into my Xmas gift BluRay pile.

Captain America first, then Super 8. Maybe Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes if not sleepy.

Unleash the Merlot!!

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 The monkey prison scene is making me chuckle.....

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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I'm looking forward to "go the hell to bed" Friday night.

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Yeah, now my years are advancing I am getting there too. I can't imagine how I used to massively party every Friday and Saturday night, catch up with friends in a bar twice a week and let Sunday evenings be a cheeky few vinos to say 'Bye' to the weekend. I couldn't cope with it now.

Also, I kinda get a kick out of working hard during the week so I feel I can relax more at weekends.

What the hell happened to me?

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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Also, I have become so cynical that I am so far rooting for the Apes!

....says "Kill Bond, NOW!"
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 On to X Men.

 

Looking good so far!

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I watched the first three episodes of "Once Upon a Time" with Julia over the weekend. Pretty fun. She'd been jonesing for something to watch since Terra Nova's done for the season (or permanently) and Merlin and Doctor Who are over.

 

What's on BBCOne on Saturday nights now, Dalty?

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Nothing really. It is a Family Drama free zone right now.

Has Terra Nove been canned? It actually got better towards the end.

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Could someone explain to me this whole "Downtown Abbey" thing? I've seen people posting on FB all day about season 2 starting, but I've never seen an ep. Don't even know which channel to watch.

Honey bunches.....of death!
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It's on PBS in the States.

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It's massive over here in the UK. I have never watched an episode but all the women I know rave about it.

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So is it like a British version of Sex in the City or something?

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We began watching the season 1 repeats of "Downton Abbey," but one accidentally got erased from the DVR. So I Netflixed the first episodes, and discovered that PBS showed an abbreviated version of the original Brit broadcast. I guess they thought Americans wouldn't have patience for all the bits about entailed inheritances, or just for a more leisurely pace. We've enjoyed the first few episodes; it's fun, especially any time Maggie Smith is on screen, and especially when she's sparring with Penelope Wilton's (aka Harriet Jones, Prime Minister) character. We're looking forward to season two.

I started watching "Once upon a Time" On Demand, and it's kind of fun. The fairy-tale stories are revealed bit by bit; the backstory on Robert Carlyle's character, shown this last episode, was particularly effective. It's got super-strong female character, both hero and villain, so I'd think Julia would really like it.

Dalty, no word yet whether Terra Nova is renewed for a second season, but if I had to bet I'd think we'll see a second season.

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Oh, also saw "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" yesterday. It was pretty good, if you have the patience to figure out what's going on. It definitely requires close attention, but it's kind of fun to try and figure everything out.

The performances are outstanding, as you'd expect, and once again Tom Hardy proves that he will steal every single scene he is in, just by being Tom Fucking Hardy. I'm curious to see if he'll be as magnetic with his face covered up in the new Bats flick. 

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Tinker, Tailor was, indeed, very good. I couldn't help thinking, however, that it was mostly a bunch of old guys talking. Oh, and CUMBERBATCH!

Yeah, Negs. Julia does like Once Upon a Time. It's definitely enjoyable.

At yesterday's TCAs, a FOX executive hinted that Terra Nova would be back by saying that it did make money for the network, and there was some brief acknowledgement of story issues. He'd also said that he understood it was popular with families. Fringe, however, is a money sink. House is also on the chopping block.

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I have enjoyed Once Upon a Time so far.  I am also looking forward to Alcatraz.  I'm fine with House being cancelled.  The constant storyline of House not being a grown-up is really old and I don't like Foreman as the administrator.  How exactly was he qualified for that position?

Turn your head and cough!
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I stopped watching House sometime during Olivia Wilde's first season, or maybe I made it through that season. I don't recall. I guess it was the one where that girl died on the bus at the end of the season.

Foreman is the boss? Um...oooookay.

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So is that the new thing this season? Didn't it used to be werewolves and vampires? Now it's fairy tales in real life(Once Upon a Time, Grimm)?

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I really with 17th Precinct had been picked up. That pilot was awesomesauce. Instead, they went with Grimm. NBC is run by idiots.

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Jakester wrote:

Foreman is the boss? Um...oooookay.

Yeah, when Lisa Edelstein left, the new season started and Foreman had Cuddy's old job. No real explanation about how or why he got the job. And no more hot chicks. They replaced Olivia Wilde with some Asian girl that has a boy's haircut. I don't know why I am still watching this show.

Turn your head and cough!
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That other new woman who joined the team this season is a Megan Fox lookalike.

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Drakemd wrote:

They replaced Olivia Wilde with some Asian girl that has a boy's haircut. I don't know why I am still watching this show.

She was in (in fact, I think she co-wrote it) that fake documentary about love with Michael Cera. It tries a little too hard to be indie (complete with the paper cut out art project interruption scenes that you see in movies like Me and You and Everyone We Know), but it's all right. I think she has rich parents.

She also played one of Seth Rogen's roommate's dunce-y girlfriends in Knocked Up.

Mal Shot First wrote:

That other new woman who joined the team this season is a Megan Fox lookalike.

She's famous for that. She was on that pretty decent Christian Slater show that got canned last year, and she was in The Unborn. I saw The Unborn in the theater. It took me about twenty minutes to realize it wasn't Fox. The general warmness of her performance (well, in comparison to a Fox performance) and her ability to move her face is what eventually made me realize it wasn't Fox. Also, she has regular-looking thumbs.

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The Swollen Goi... wrote:

She's famous for that. She was on that pretty decent Christian Slater show that got canned last year, and she was in The Unborn. I saw The Unborn in the theater. It took me about twenty minutes to realize it wasn't Fox. The general warmness of her performance (well, in comparison to a Fox performance) and her ability to move her face is what eventually made me realize it wasn't Fox. Also, she has regular-looking thumbs.

Odette Yustman is who you're talking about, I think (I looked up 'The Unborn'; I guess she's going by Odette Annable these days). I became familiar with her like three or four years ago, I think, because a site I visit, Egotastic, was really obsessed with her and kept saying she was the next Megan Fox. I looked at some of her pictures and thought she was hot, but that she didn't really stand out from the legions of Hollywood hot chicks (I felt the same way about Megan Fox, though). It hadn't really occurred to me that she looked like Fox, but I just looked at the IMDB pictures for 'The Unborn' and she looked like Fox a lot in that movie, I think. The only thing I'd really seen her in was a Weezer video that Egotastic posted as part of their Yustman lust period (I don't think she's hardly been mentioned on the site in the last year or more; she may have been, but the site runner has clearly shifted focus). I gathered she was an actress, but didn't know anything she'd been in. I wasn't exactly sure what being "the next Megan Fox" actually meant, since there's always new hot actors breaking out in Hollywood every year.

Maybe they thought she would have an especially meteoric rise (something I've thought was pretty ridiculous to try to predict, especially based just on appearance). Maybe it meant that she was a model who became famous almost as part of a director's idea of a joke (I don't have anything against Megan Fox, and I was probably the last one to hear about anything involving her career since I never followed it or the movies she was in, but I was reading before the release of the last 'Transformers' movie that Bay's screentest was to have her wash his car. Of course, there are so many made up stories about actors and movies that I have no idea if that is true. LeBouf claimed he'd had sex with Fox on the set of I think the first 'Transformers', and claimed before the third came out that she was tired of basically being a prostitute. I could definitely see Bay dipping his pen into that inkwell, and that's a pretty stereotypical type of Hollywood story, but then again the story about Fox leaving the series, as it appeared in the press, seemed to be that Fox was fired after public comments about the movie annoyed the producers, and that she later tried to play it like she quit. Still, wouldn't be surprised at all, except there seemed to be almost an implication between LeBouf's statement and the car washing thing that Bay basically used the casting of that role as a way to get a really hot model trying to turn actress as his fuckbuddy. I was thinking that sounded a little bit ridiculous, but as I type it out it actually feels fairly believable). Anyway, as I wrote, I don't really know what being the next Megan Fox meant, but I don't think this girl was it. I thought she looked very nice on the poster for 'The Unborn', though.

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 Odette Yustman is yummy. sadly, she got married. 

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I am watching Sherlock S2 Ep2 - The Hounds of Baskerville.

Negs would like it. It's got that bloke in it.....

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Another bloke besides Benedict Cumberbatch? I just like saying his name, I'm not hot for him or anything.