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  1. It's on Amazon prime at least in Australia I watched the first episode I think a while back - I found it a bit slow to be honest and didn't venture any further. My recollections of it are pretty sketchy other than it seemed batshit crazy, but also I generally just caught episodes on channel 5? when i came back from the pub when I was probably 17-19.
  2. Long time since I read the book, but The Firm I recall the ending being a lot better in the film.
  3. It's truly bizarre it became a trilogy ( hint don't bother with 2 & 3). Even amongst this type of straight to streaming teen film it is abysmal.
  4. I enjoyed this but I also have no idea why they needed to make the time jumps so unclear. I'm guessing they are pre-empting the season 7/8 GOT thing where people start complaining about the inconsistent travel times by making sure it is inconsistent from the start. To be honest considering their distate for the linear flow of time they could have started the series with the law of suprise feast, which I think might have been a better way to introduce some of the characters. Also the last episode the desperate to have a sword fight mage, which lets be honest if you're a mage although the magic return the sword trick is nice, it's pretty damn shit as a power when your none-magical opponent can just not lose their sword constantly. However one bit I found quite amusing. He got knocked down a hill in that fight, it looked like a hill, something you would roll down if pushed. He gets knocked rolling down, it cuts away and then it cuts back to him hitting a tree at half height as if thrown, the 2 things just did not match up, made me laugh out loud it looked really out of place.
  5. Show wise, they didn't show her body, and they brought back the love interest (Josie?) who it seemed was going to be pretty dead from what I remember of the first series. That wall with the rats who knows what else might have been there.
  6. Finally got round to watching season 3 having lost enthusiasm with season 2. 3 a much more enjoyable watch. Didn't take me long to get through. The only thing that didn't feel quite deserved was Farouk who had done a lot of shitty things. But still excellent and neatly tied up
  7. It was a spin off. It was made about 8 or 9 years after the original and titled Eerie Indiana : The other dimension. Tenuous/pedantic I guess, but it was almost certainly commissioned seperately and they just used the original as a multiverse jumping point to the new series. Also the series was canceled during its run l, and it seemed like they maybe planned on revealing more about Dash-x if it had gone on.
  8. Wolverine and the X-Men Eerie Indiana
  9. Dark Skies the 90's show. Dark Crystal the recent series. Looking For Alaska
  10. It’s enjoyable for this type of movie, but no edge of tomorrow. Does not have any need to be 2 hours long though.
  11. I really enjoyed Eighth Grade that he directed.
  12. I really enjoyed this. It has a nice relaxing pace, helped by the scenery and the story book style story telling. It also avoids cheap cliff hangers, it has a feeling of something much more suited to watching at your own pace.
  13. The thing I struggle to suspend my belief about most is that no one seems too fussed about LJ serial killer and castrater just wandering about among them.
  14. Was it really the Snyder Cut? Seems more like all the films just got put together.
  15. The man who plays Grandpa in my pocket can't see himself as that serious an actor.
  16. I'm still confused that they made the kid from Even Stevens into an action star.
  17. Episode 8 i'm loving this series but i am already anxious there are only 2 episodes left that is my main problem.
  18. Having just watched it that review is pretty spot on.
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