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but I still remember the rich, unhurried qualities of the post-coital scene with his mistress, and especially the agonizing confession scene, in which we visibly see the wife's trust--no, her entire life's meaning--evaporate.

 

Well said. 

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Watched "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" last night with my son while my daughter and wife watched that live version of Peter Pan upstairs.

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From what I heard they didn't market the show at all. I ask a friend who lives over seas about the show, and he never even heard of the show. I hope if the US version beings Dennis Kelly to help finish the show off.

I was very disappointed that Channel 4 didn't renew it for a third season; I think it had decent ratings and they left the viewers hanging. The UK bean counters also let me down by canceling Nick Frost's wonderful Mr. Sloane.

 

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Started "Friday Night Lights" this week.

 

You are in for a treat.  (Word of advice: Skip Season 2... or watch Season 2 and know that it isn't representative and the ship will be righted.)

 

Personal trivia: I bought a ping-pong table for my daughter because of this show.  It's worked out exactly as planned, which is awesome.

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Saw "The Postman Always Rings Twice" '81 version. I wonder why they changed the ending from the book.

 

On Saturday nite, me and my daughter watched "The Birds".

 

Next up, the 1950s version of "War of the Worlds".

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You are in for a treat.  (Word of advice: Skip Season 2... or watch Season 2 and know that it isn't representative and the ship will be righted.)

 

 

 

Finished the series tonight & really enjoyed it. I hadn't watched it because, for some reason, I didn't think I'd like it. Glad I took the plunge. I agree that season two was the weakest of the five (What was with the storyline involving Minka Kelly's character finding religion?). Overall though it's a solid series.

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I was a huge fan of the Road Warrior when it came out and looked forward to Thunderdome's release. I just couldn't take how Miller "Hollywooded" the film up.....the score is/was over the top and dreadful....Tina Turner, wtf? Gibsons hair? The kids plot line? I was hugely disappointed with it. Looking forward to the reboot though, its coming out in May.

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