Type: Posts; User: Karma
Leave it to vortex to finally start answering some questions about this show!
I accept this explanation.
This thing has the highest ratings on TV and the budget to go along with it - there's no excuse for sloppy set designs when other shows don't seem to have this problem.
When this many people take...
The perfectly manicured lawns are clearly the greatest offense to date.
I stopped watching this a few episodes back and I gotta say, coming here and reading the comments cold every week is more entertaining than actually watching it :thumbup:
Definitely him :thumbup:
Nope, still a monster. http://variety.com/2014/tv/news/amcs-walking-dead-still-a-ratings-monster-opposite-olympics-1201095966/
I honestly wonder how many people watch in hopes that one day, it...
Watching McConaughey on Inside the Actors Studio - filming took 6 months against a 450 page script. Less than an ongoing series for sure, but still... damn.
Most unrealistic part of the show :laugh:
That's the focus of the show, the crime is secondary (hence why it's all but solved at this point).
That line was great - combo of busting out laughing and feeling the sting of how harsh/justified it was. This guy can write his ass off.
Getting bummed that it's all over in 2 weeks. Downside of...
Thank god, the duck face has made it's way to primetime television. Our long national nightmare is over.
(Episode preview spoiler) It sure looks like Marty's daughter was a victim of the child abuse ring and Rust shows him proof next episode.
There were a ton of spoilerish things in that preview,...
Very late to the party, but luckily caught this in the theater today as part of the Oscars re-release. Probably the most intense movie I've ever seen - it deserves to win a truckload of statues...
Well, there goes my morning.
Consider that AMC comes in 90M cable packages, people aren't spending more to get it (mostly).
All 28M of HBO customers are going out of their way to pay extra for...
We've been discussing Tuttle for quite a bit :)
Good stuff. This part stuck out to me last episode - we haven't seen any of this, but I bet Cohle did between 2002 and 2010.
He said that...
Yep. No way in hell the guy is a bouncer at a bar - being a cop is in his DNA, whether he has a badge or not.
Yep, they haven't clarified whether he's still a cop or not. Big unknown gap between 2002 and 2012.
And it's going to take one miraculous act of writing to make Rust the killer, given all we've seen which invalidates that theory.