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10/10: More than awesome, phenomenal! [...] The...
Saturday, August 24, 2013

More than awesome, phenomenal! [...] The full review is on amazon and my blog. [...] The last and essential dimension of this series is a study in loyalty, not allegiance which is not always rational, but loyalty. There are three types of loyalties. First the loyalty to the "company" and this one is nearly easy to counter: let them shoot the first bullet and then shoot them all down. And if you can capture one or two try to get into some exchange of arguments, even striking arguments if necessary, to make them change allegiances and then loyalties. But then you have the official services that are supposed to enforce the law, security services and justice. Both are supposed to develop a rational loyalty to the country, the fatherland, the motherland, the constitution, or whatever charter or declaration of universal human and civil rights. But how can you recognize at the bottom of the institution or outside that the order given to...

6/10: Faded Glory If I were...
Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Faded Glory If I were able to rate each season individually then it would look something like this: Season 1 : 9 Season 2 : 8 Season 3 : 6 Season 4 : 3Prison Break started off like gangbusters. The premise was excellent as well as the execution. Season 1 was thoroughly compelling and evoked a myriad of emotions. I was captivated and anxious for each episode.Season 2 was also gripping although it began to lay down some trends that would be repeated throughout the rest of the show's duration. Even though they were on "the outside", the show still followed Scoffield's carefully laid plans and added some extra obstacles with the bloodhound Mahone in pursuit.Season 3 seemed too contrived but still I had already invested too much time to the first two seasons to get off now. Where seasons 1 and 2 were heavily dependent upon Scoffield's brilliant plan, season 3 was largely improvisational and seemed like all...

9/10: the original GOAT The first...
Saturday, August 17, 2019

the original GOAT The first show that really got me into serious non-sitcom shows. first two seasons are among the best of all timeseason 1: 9/10 ultra intense and cliff-hang-y (about 3 viewings) season 2: 9/10 more suspense and cliffhanginess (about 3 viewings) season 3: 6/10 some bad acting (sofia) and stupid parts. not as enthralling as the first two seasons but still entertaining. (about 3 viewings) season 4: 8/10 (3 viewings)season 5: 1/10 this season does not existHORRENDOUS. LAUGHABLE. like frfr i laughed so much, especially in the last episode. this season was a joke and ppl at fox should be fired for allowing it to be made. if your gonna remake, at least try. terrible acting, directing, dialogue, action, characters, seriously no likable characters. and SOOOO many questionable parts and things that make no sense. plot holes galore. garbo garbo garbo. i have to reiterate how many laughable moments...

8/10: Intelligence has never looked 'Cooler...
Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Intelligence has never looked 'Cooler'... Lincoln Burrows is a thug who has been sent to Deathrow for the murder of the 'Vice-Presidents' brother. All the evidence points to guilty, yet Michael, Lincoln's little brother is adamant that Linc is innocent and puts together a mind-boggling plan of infiltration and escape.Yes, this is a story of a man trying to escape the 'Hell' that is prison. But with a difference, Michael tattoo's his entire plan on his body; hidden by images of demons and chapels with angels.I was deeply fascinated by the first season and lost interest half-way through the second and decided to watch the show after it finished. And I have to say I'm impressed at how the story goes on and on. I've heard people say the third season is repetitive but I found it fascinating and how Michael changes his plan to fit his new surroundings.The fourth...

6/10: Another show that failed hard...
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Another show that failed hard after the third season. During the first couple seasons this show was great.Although the premise was a bit thin, a guy robs a bank to go to prison with his brother and then has no problem getting to his brother once inside.A bit far fetched for me but it got really good after that.I was even able to overlook the ridiculous idea of them escaping and then ending up in a South American prison, which they were also able to easily escape.After that it just got stupid.They brought in Michael Rappaport as a cop??Don't get me wrong, I loved him on The War At Home but he is not capable of playing a cop or FBI agent or whatever he was.But that wasn't even why the show got bad, they were just out of story ideas.It's a shame to see such a great show...

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