Outspoken D&D critic
- Jun 1, 2018
Altered Carbon was okay. It felt like it was trying harder to be cool than deep, and was held back by some poor acting and melodramatic writing. I'd still probably watch S2.
Thanks, you too. Otherwise I wouldn't reply in the first place, heheYou matter.
I don't find him particulary handsome, except his ears and this shot turned out too good (actually that's what I imagine as lawful evil looks, so there it is). The actor is Lee Joon Gi and the scene is from Lawless Lawyer series which is an okay court drama mixed with action show. It's IMO overrated and I see no reason to bother with it and paying for viki pass (this one is not available for free with ads).Btw, who's the handsome asian lad in your avatar?
Back in the day my room was full of posters of both males and females. And cars, and mechs, and mobs, etc. Can't say there was some crush somewhere, didn't try to analyze myself at that age, but most of those posters were Bruce Lee. Somehow I always thought stills from his movies were cool.I've had boy-crushes too over certain male movie stars. Klaus Kinski for example always had a hypnotic effect over me with his strange, sometimes androgynous seeming ugly/beauty and the mad intensity of his performances.
If you haven't seen the first season of Altered Carbon, you should. It made me go out and buy the books (trilogy).
That show is horribly bad. Didn't read books but everyone says those are great so I'd suggest going for books and skipping the show.Altered Carbon was okay. It felt like it was trying harder to be cool than deep, and was held back by some poor acting and melodramatic writing. I'd still probably watch S2.
Link - https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/22/entertainment/buffy-the-vampire-slayer-reboot/index.htmlExactly two decades after the Halliwell sisters first Charmed television audiences, The CW is hoping to recreate that magic with a “fierce, funny, feminist reboot” of the still-popular supernatural saga.
Alright now excuse me while I go laugh my ass off.The supernatural drama "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" will be getting a reboot with an African-American actress in the lead role, a Fox 21 Television Studios spokesperson confirmed to CNN.
"Like our world, it will be richly diverse, and like the original, some aspects of the series could be seen as metaphors for issues facing us all today," producers on the project told Deadline, which first reported news of the "Buffy" reboot.