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  1. So close. I really, really love that movie though.
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  5. Falling Water premiere did not grab me. I guess I really don't need another "you have to watch it all before you know what it is about" TV show in my life. Or at least not this one.
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  8. Where he comes from, they're not supposed to call them "belts".
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  10. Burn Notice is an excellent call for this. I lost the overall plot of it way early and it just became "caper of the week" for me after a while. I think a lot of USA shows end up following this track for some reason. Season 1 of Mr. Robot was a lot of fun and a key part of it was because they actively played with the idea that you would "figure it out" before they spelled everything out. Season 2 though, they seem to be taking all that back and not really giving enough information for you to be able to figure a lot of stuff out. Still have to let it all play out and I have hopes it'll buck that trend, should it actually exist. Yes. It was absolutely perfect. The helicopter came back to finish the job. I loved it.
  11. Admittedly, I don't watch many medical dramas so maybe I'm missing out on a bunch of cool helicopter stunts, but IIRC that was all post-Green's death and I wouldn't want to remember ER without it. It was my favorite ER memory. Green dying was a big-time watershed moment though. It definitely didn't need seven years after that to wrap up the rest of the character arcs. Looking at wikipedia... John Stamos was on it for four years? That seems crazy to me.
  12. Yeah, I have put it off to catch up with more hyped stuff, but the more I hear about the more apt I am to bump it down again. I think I will go for Silicon Valley instead... Anyway, regarding the topic... not sure I'm ready to write it off, but I did not like season 2 of Review anywhere close to as much as I liked season 1. I think it needed to come back because there was more story to tell, but I went from really wanting the main character to have a happy ending to neither caring nor expecting that to ever happen. I will probably stick with season 3 still, but it's gone from one of my absolute favorites to just a show that I mostly sort of like. The Office had some fun moments post-Steve Carell, but it all felt like stuff I could have lived without too. ER probably fits the bill a few times over. I remember when I started watching people telling me that I'd missed its peak and then I tuned out long, long, long before it finally wrapped up.
  13. Season 2 is next up on my watch list. Should I not bother?
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