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Old 11-28-2015, 09:20 AM   #1
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The Man in the High Castle

Did anyone see this yet?

The Man in the High Castle (TV Series 2015? ) - IMDb

What a disappointment, it has such great elements, the directors should be shot, everything is under-acted. Ruined such a good concept.

I skimmed thru the first season because it's slow and boring as fuck.

It's from Amazon, so I am hoping that the new TOP GEAR won't suck balls
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I heard about it, and had been wanting to see it, just haven't bothered getting amazon to work on my tv again (switched us vpn companies havent entered the new addy)

been wanting to watch Hand of God too, saw the pilot and thought it was alright

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Old 12-08-2015, 07:48 AM   #3
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I'm watching it with my wife, we both really like it a lot
I haven't read the book or anything, but I like the tension and the deliberate pacing

People mumble and whisper too much in the show though

Lot of noticible Vancouver landmarks, they filmed part of episode 3 right beside my workplace! (Georgia + Thurlow). I saw them preparing the scene, it was pretty cool
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Old 12-19-2015, 06:32 PM   #4
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just finished the season, it's a good show! really enjoyed it

amazon has signed off on another season too
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Was actually just thinking about this today. Saw the pilot a while back and had wondered what ever happened to the show.

I'll definitely have to check it out, though. The first episode was quite enjoyable and I like the idea of the alternate timeline. I've got a copy of The War That Came Early series on my bookshelf, waiting to be read. Just another version of WW2 alternate history, but it's definitely an interesting subject.
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