- It’s been a while since I’ve let fly. The world’s been encroaching on my head and it hasn’t found its usual outlets being that the world been squishing all the holes my thoughts seep from shut.
I’m still into my shows so I’ll geek out or freak out as the situation warrants. Here we go:
- Boardwalk Empire is still awesome. Steve Buscemi is an unbelievably malleable actor who can make you care about him and despise him in the same scene. A simple look on his face can project every emotion he wants you to know without his speaking a word. In season 2 ep 9 he is as shocked as any viewer at what happens to an IRA member but an instant later his mind measures the pros and cons and decides to say nothing. Fantastic. Michael Pitt is a troubled and troubling new crime boss of Atlantic City who is surprisingly tender to his disfigured friend Richard but distant to his wife who feels trapped by his chilling behaviour. Let’s not forget Agent Van Alden the repressed and maniacal Prohibition Agent who can barely control his emotions and is obsessed with Nucky Thompson. Stellar show, truly stellar.
- Dexter is still solid but not quite as good as last season.
- The new show that had me hooked from the fist ep was Homeland. Wow! I would classify it as 24 without the constant cliffhangers and the overly melodramatic and far fetched plots. It is very well thought out and surprisingly different from what you would’ve expected of a CIA procedural show. Top notch.
- Pan Am I cant take or leave. The stewardesses are not realistic for me, they seem to be checklist characters who were thought up so they could appeal to as many divergent viewers as possible. What’s next their token nonwhite girl who is passing for white yet is in constant fear she’ll be discovered and fired?
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