“Up” was fantastic, touching and very funny!
Really getting into Firefly, shame there is only one series…
Andrew and I have been watching Star Trek: Voyager from the beginning, one episode a day for almost a year.
I’d seen a lot of it before, back when it was on TV for the first time, and always enjoyed it. But to watch the episodes this way—with no long gaps—has been brilliant.
Tonight was the final episode. 7 series of Voyager all lead to this one night.
And it was fantastic.
If you’ve never seen Voyager, I thoroughly recommend it. They are starting over from episode 1 tomorrow on Virgin 1.
Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter are both fantastic, as usual. A very dark and dismal nineteenth century England is contrasted by the brilliant songs and subtle comedy, adding to the atmosphere to make it a very enjoyable watch. I cannot stop listening to the soundtrack — it is wonderful.
Louis Theroux is just fantastic. If you’ve not seen his “weird weekends” series I definitely recommend watching it on Dave.
Sometimes heart warming, sometimes heart stopping, this supernatural chiller is fascinating to watch and you just have to watch it again after the big reveal.
A beautiful story, pulls all your heartstrings and is both happy and sad. Very Memorable.
Beowulf is stunning in HD. Grendel is disgusting.
Harry Potter = awesome. The best movie by far. Building up to an amazing ending. The book was better though… 😉
Absolutely awful acting and basically no plot. I understand that it is based on a comic book and it was made in the 80s but c’mon, this is just painful to watch. It gets one star for Courtney Cox and
Tom Paris .
I’m not entirely sure what I think about Matt Smith as Doctor Who, but then again I’m sure I felt this about David Tennant and yet he turned out to be my absolute favourite. I also had some reservations about Catherine Tate’s role, but now I yearn for more Donna!
Blink was one of my favourite episodes and so I’m sure Steven Moffat will do a great job taking the show forward.