TV Posts Tagged as 'Cowboy'
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Walking Dead, The (2010-)
The Governor capped villainy, the creators refuse to scientifically explain or move beyond its gloomy existence and another season of Negan smirks is off-putting. I'm quitting because it has no end and they are killing the future of zombie inspiration by hogging and pummeling us with it. 21-Feb-2019
Oops, I thought the show was evolving. 29-Nov-2018
Sometimes it's hard to see past the corn fields. 12-Nov-2018
They gambled 7 minutes too long. The alpha phased out. 05-Nov-2018
The most staggering surprises arise after sobering us for heartbreak. It was poetry. 11-Dec-2017
It ended to satiate the fans, bathed from blood of a cliched and predictable heart plus a curtain close. 03-Apr-2017
This is the 3rd time that Jeffery Dean Morgan has invaded a series at its vertex. I was always waiting for the grand manifestation of the buildup and all we got was a daddy with lots of fuckability, a frozen smirk that unnerves and trite villainy. Do over. 11-Nov-2016
Mature grit. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to interpret as we wish. 09-Nov-2016
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (2013-2018)
The man courageously ventured into the world to experience the diversity significant to it. We explored alongside him. Bourdain passed because after regarding everything about life, he couldn't latch on to one beautiful thing to keep him grounded to it. Rest in peace, dude. 07-Oct-2018
Westworld (2016 -)
A robot can do some miraculous things but only our minds can take it to heaven. Poetic completion. 26-Jun-2018
Well played, well processed and well done. 18-Jun-2018
I spent the last hour surmising the weight and impossible cost of these robots because the show no longer computes. 08-Jun-2018
Thandie still stuns but logic has scattered. Our belief system cannot compute panoramic robot suffering. The closest tech we have to robotics is "Alexa" and she can barely get my name correctly or throw out the garbage. There is no human voice to empathize with. 01-Jun-2018
It all tied like a protrusive golden braid that ignited the players and extinguished all doubts. It was complete, it reinvented its mythology and made it relevant. Every revelation was rational and kick ass. The ladies kill. 15-Dec-2016
It's a Gurlworld and beautiful Thandie rules atop it. 23-Nov-2016
There is plenty for the eye to focus on but clarity is direly needed. I can't tell a robot from a human and I don't understand the waste of having robots enact when there are no humans in evidence. Also, we live in a Big Brother world where everything and everyone is followed and filmed yet they keep losing track of them though their technology is so advanced it can create humanistic automatons. I am only at the halfway point and Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton have my attention but it better add up to something. 14-Nov-2016
The show reminds us that a good western goes beyond the scope of a gun, a horse and a landscape. We must care for the people who inhabit it and each story must propel the western setting.
The cast is united in encouraging diversity, empowerment and humanity. Merritt Wever bleeds butch and sarcasm on Mary Agnes McNue, Scoot McNairy is a bumbling Batman investigation sheriff and Jeff Daniels will separate your undies from your britches. Every single player grips the accent, brings great face and deploys cowboy strut.
The town may be run by women, but in order to survive it really takes a group effort.
I saw the finale twice and the big bang and heart swept me away both times. 10-Jan-2018
Incredible Journey of Meg Laurel, The (1979)
The preach places us at the time but can't keep us there. If your message is strong enough, one speech is enough because the art should proclaim the rest. Lindsay is at her best when all is natural and intensive labor is involved. She doesn't hit all her notes but by then you're hooked on the star. Jane Wyman has no such weaknesses because she helped create art and is legend. 10-Aug-2017
Wagon Train (1959)
"The Elizabeth McQueeny Story"
You'd think of nothing exciting when you hear Bette Davis and cowboys, unless she was pulling them (as she becomes one of them.) This episode is meant to be kind to her and she returns it. She's the guest star to a series that brandished established talent and they lent her the lens so she could show it off. It is vexing to realize that what the pioneers fought for is what we for today. Betty wins because she touches upon the art that made her great, serving up concoctions and fragrances that we celebrated and adds a new spin from a grander woman. She even dances for us and enjoys it. 29-Apr-2017
Penny Dreadful (2014 - 2016)
It was quiet, pensive and reverential. The characters crept, itched and bit into the souls of classic monsters and they never declined. If the story paused at the beginning of every season it never relented at season's end. The finale was a big bag of anticipative gifts. We welcomed Lily's (Billie Piper) relentless feminism and humanity; Ethan Chandler (Josh Hartnett) wolfing out; John Clare's (Rory Kinnear) heartbreak and compassion and the great Eva Green as Vanessa Ives turning her vicious on. Their was plenty of well choreographed action sequences and moments of beauty. A speck of Shakespeare and Dickens lingered haltingly to add haunt and poetry and Patti Lupone in any amplitude is always welcome. The "Tuesday" line was a sweet nod to Buffy and as a fan I savored it. 22-Jun-2016
Dr. Phil Show (2002 -)
The only thing I've seen this bully cure is his purse with viewer support and Oprah backing. For the gullible only. 01-Feb-2016