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check out some photos from the 1st day of shooting...
it was hella hot that day, so we weren't able to shoot it all, but we got some great footage!
It's really starting to come together and I'm looking forward to the premiere.
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The Samurai indeed had their code of honor. Essentially they had their time and place in the world, in today's world, many times life reetaps itself the expression what goes around comes around is very true! The same are the rewards for the old samurai and the new one the venture capitalists. Long they live and the best of rewards to their style of living!Thank you Drue, to expose us to some of the more delicate insights of life.
December 03, 2012 at 03:52 PM
Awesome review great ergney from you both. I agree with Dennis that the MIB knew that some of the candidates survived because the metaphorical cage didn't open to allow him to be free. I loved the "handsome white men to save the world" take! The Widmore thing is a shame, because Widmore used to be an interesting and compelling character. He's now been reduced to a simple plot device. Oh, well. It can't all be perfect. Bring on the next episode!
October 28, 2012 at 10:50 AM
Hey Guys, Awesome review and the strhis are excellent. I pretty much felt the same way about the episode. The Widmore/list question is a good one not sure where he gets his information. (Other than the Black Rock and Daniel's Journals). Also, couldn't figure out why it was so easy for the Losties to get to the sub. Any thoughts? So funny that you bring up the race/women questions. I love Lost, but man there is room for improvement there. Agree that Sun and Jin were great characters that were easy to root for. Oh, have to say, I really loved the scene with Jack and John at the end. Terry O'Quinn is simply amazing, and it had the muscle of some really nice writing. Thanks for another great review!
October 28, 2012 at 10:04 AM
thanks for the review yeh i def didnt like this epoisde that much i did enjoy the things , like u said, with aiden and josh but seriously whats up with up with josh's family all of them esp emily are not very flattering. and goodness sallys story..yeh ur right.. it doesnt seem realistic at all its lacking something.. idk hopefully this weeks epi will be better
October 02, 2012 at 01:53 AM
I have to admit I havent quite made my mind up about this sereis yet or the hostI think his over theatrical approach combined with him often taking what is clearly conjecture as though its 24 carat fact will stop a lot of people from taking it seriously and give it the appearance of being a bit of a light entertainment parody and fun poking at the conspiracy theory loons This isnt helped when he seems to focus on some of the more eroneous aspects of conspiracies or more theoretical ones and totally missed the well documented facts and reference TO those factsWith climate change why no mention of the real temperature figures, the fact the glaciers are expanding overall and that caving is a normal part of their process?Why no mention of how little gas as a percentage of Co2 we actually produce, or how much methane (much worse) termites produce With 9/11 it would have been good for him to have pointed out the steel in tbe buildings could easily have withstood the flame temperature of jet fuel, or that trucks with gold loaded over hours before the towers fell were found in the service tunnels or more detail of how key players names and the bush family shows up all over the place along with the cost of bringing the twin towers up to the building code or them only being individually insured for the first time ever a few months before it happenedAnd for good measure throw in the FAA pilots conclusions that untrained non experienced pilots couldnt have managed such an acurate curved flightpath and hit both towers on one passTheres far more damning information than most of what he actually covers, and so much time is wasted on repetition and amateur dramatics over mere hearsay and unsupported opinions when actuial documented facts would be far betterAs for the bilderbergs, some mention of them owning pretty much every international media corporation would have been a key fact. But then it would also be obvious that his show is also bankrolled by one and allowed to air on one. Which would kind of beg the question of what the actual aim really isWhether its to really expose people to valid perspectives in the hope of effecting a paradigm shift, or to further trivialise, sensationalise and marginalise questioning these eventsAll that aside, the HIV/AIDs hypothesis is one that REALLY ought to have been covered, far FAR more important than JFK, Area 51 and some of the othersOr how about DDT, a bit dated, but already responsible for around 30 million needless deaths on the basis of a media supported myth based on an unfounded rumourAnd perhaps if JFK was going to be done then it might have been an idea for the first sereis to have set the scene with previously labelled conspiracy theories that were later PROVEN to be true like project northwoods, Project paperclip, the US funding, supplying AND training both sides in the Iran/Iraq war and other such examples first so the viewers can see that just labelling something as a conspiracy theory, or it not (at a point in time) having actual proof doesnt mean its not true nor that the media and government version IS trueThat would have paved a way for people to have been far more open minded when seeing the current ones I think, as it proves such huge conspiracies arent just possible but HAVE already been going on for decades
September 29, 2012 at 07:39 AM
what's going on with this show? can you update us?
September 09, 2008 at 12:30 PM
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