May all of your mistakes in life reach up and bite you in the ass as kindly as you just did me.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 09:00
That's kind of what I was driving at in my review. This is not nuanced writing. There are few shades of grey here. It's like an old western, the quintessential American entertainment, good guys v bad guys and very little worry that you're gonna shoot the wrong one by mistake. It's over the top and borderline corny, but I friggin love it. It's like Independence Day or Olympus has Fallen. There's little worry the bad guys are gonna want to side with the good so we can just kill em all!
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:59
Honestly, if the world came crashing down around us the remaining bad guys with a narcissistic air would probably do exactly what El Toro did. It takes less to make assholes do it now and there are a lot more people to stop them. What fun would it be if they ran into good people all over the world? Where would they use their guns and missiles? ;-)
No need to apologize! I make mistakes in my reviews sometimes. It's difficult remember so many names and sometimes the excitement of the moment takes over. Wish I could say I was perfect! Thanks for the kind words. It's nice to hear on occasion. I hope you keep reading and commenting!
Comment modified at July 28, 2014 20:20
I believe Simon will remain a part of the series, so in what capacity will be interesting. If he tells Grace what he knows and she keeps it from Neil so they are both hiding something from one another, that will really make for a unique story. Both knowingly doing the wrong thing and yet both aching to reconnect in their marriage. Definitely unique.
Would you please stop using terms like baby butchers and phrases about slicing up babies in relation to posters? It's very inappropriate. Thank you.
No. I not only read the post, watched the clip and read what you wrote, I watched and reviewed the premiere and will continue to watch and review the season. You didn't listen. The show is a love story. It's evident early on that it is and the surprising thing about the adult material is how they handle it. It's not smutty and insulting to the senses but the complete opposite. You pulled out the words male escorts and sex and determined it would be a hateful journey of two people trying to satisfy themselves instead of their partner. How you latched onto the term X-rated is a complete mystery. It is you who misunderstands, cannot comprehend and will ultimately miss out. Best of luck to you.
Comment modified at July 29, 2014 08:58
You could have stopped right after I will not watch Satisfaction. Because you have not watched, you are talking without any merit. There was nothing x-rated on the show. Adult subject matter, yes. Nudity? No. There are very deep emotional issues addressed here through a great love shared between the two leads. I sincerely hope your friends don't listen to a word you say. It's not about sex, it's about marriage and trying to save one that has died. It's a shame you are too narrow minded to understand.
Hi again! Thanks so much for reading. I could have easily written thousands of words on the pilot alone. The acting was so subtle and effective. It was impossible to dislike any of the characters and Matt Passmore's inflections were amazing. The way he sounded confused and surprised at the calls and how he deepened his voice to take them worked so well. As a couple in distress, in love and fighting to save their life, they hit gold casting these two.
Completely agree. I think it's interesting that their responses to the news were polar opposites. It means they're a lot more alike than they realize and if the meet each other half way with the disease, it will guarantee April the perfect combination of freedom and diligence in her treatment.
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