Ditto for Knights of the Old Republic and its sequels. The second game has the most original storytelling in the Star Wars setting since the 80s.
The “Last Man Standing” star explained his views during an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Thursday, after the host mentioned that Allen attended the Inauguration in January.
“You’ve got to be real careful around here,” Allen said of speaking positively of President Donald Trump in Hollywood. “You get beat up if don’t believe what everybody believes. This is like ’30s Germany. I don’t know what happened. If you’re not part of the group -- ‘You know, what we believe is right’ -- I go, ‘Well, I might have a problem with that.’”
Fox’ Last Man Standing took an uncharacteristic detour into woke territory in Thursday’s episode when the hit Tim Allen comedy series pushed an anti-police message, with one of the show’s black characters getting arrested.
As a kid I always perceived Bobba Fett as being kind of a Clint Eastwood archetype from the Dollars Series. It’s weird seeing him as a Maori guy but I know that dude played him previously in a Fett movie I’ve never seen. I’m happy to see they have some consistency. He does a pretty decent job and I do like his style, I just don’t like the British accent. When he did speak in the original films, I recall him having a dry western American accent that was more fitting for the character. Regardless, it was really gay how they killed him off in Return of the Jedi and I did enjoy seeing him resurrected for Mandalorian.I assume Mandalorian is over. They hinted / said at the end that they're doing a Boba Fett series next. I'm not a fan of how much the new Boba Fett talks compared to the relatively stoic and quiet Boba Fett from the original movies, but he's still a cool character and I'm sure I'll end up watching it.
THese will be on my list! thank you! I watched The vampire diaries and I am watching Game of thrones next!I know there are separate threads on different tv shows. Right now there are myriads of series available it is hard to know what to invest time on. Any shows you recommend or dislike you can post here. I have been meaning to watch the following
the Last Kingdom
Thoughts and suggestions are welcome.
THese will be on my list! thank you! I watched The vampire diaries and I am watching Game of thrones next!
Balkan Shadows (Serbian: Сенке над Балканом, romanized: Senke nad Balkanom), also known as Black Sun, is a Serbian period crime television series created by Dragan Bjelogrlić. In addition to Bjelogrlić, contributors to the screenplay include Danica Pajović, Dejan Stojiljković and Vladimir Kecmanović. The screenplay is based on a story by Stevan Koprivica. The series is a co-production involving Cobra Film, Radio Television of Serbia, Skopje Film Studio, Iskra, Radio Television of the Republic of Srpska, Macedonian Radio Television and The Film Agency of North Macedonia.
The series is set in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes during the Interwar period and follows the story of two Belgrade police department inspectors. The first season is set during the period just before the 6 January Dictatorship and follows attempts by the couple to solve a string of sacrificial murders shaking Belgrade.
Watched the Pilot for The Wonder Years reboot last night. It turned out about as you well as you would expect. Black victimhood mentality abounds.
I'll bear it with some more patience because I'm hoping that the creators actually watched the Original and are trying to recreate those highs and are not just just trying to create more woe-is-me propaganda but I suppose I already know better. No knocks on the 12 year old child actor who did a fine job. The weakness falls more on the writing and Don Cheadle, who is no Daniel Stern.
The funny thing is, I'm not white and I found the Original endlessly relatable. It didn't matter that Fred Savage and his family were white. It was a show about growing up in America in the late 60s/early 70s. It had a curious effect of relating you to the main character and simultaneously making you want to live his life and it led to some great comedy and sometimes melancholy drama.
I would've even preferred a Cobra Kai style sequel or better yet, a reunion movie ala Return to Mayberry where you see an older Kevin, Winnie and Paul and have it be pure fan service. I'll give this one more of a chance but even from the very first lines, which mention police and a flu pandemic, you get a good idea of what kind of ride you're in for.I'm disgusted that they are actually trying to reboot this show. The new one will never come close to being as good as the old show because the original had heart...something that Hollywood has no intention of showing these days.