I'm rather ambivalent about this series, except for Orla Brady, who is intriguing even though she's a secondary character. She reminds me a bit of Jane Seymour, and lends a bit of humanity to the law team.
This refreshing and mildly amusing indie character drama is roughly cut - no smooth transitions between lines or scenes, but somehow you forget about that as you watch. The cast is full of seasoned actors, and they perform admirably.
Initially vulgar and melancholy, yet decently acted with an amazing cast. An odd mix of homosexuality and homophobia ruins the flow a bit, but it's still far better than drivel like Easy A. Has heart, but not a film for the easily offended.
Rooney Mara is not as convincing playing Lisbeth, and the script is less cohesive compared to the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo - too loose in parts and frenzied in others. Daniel Craig was excellent and I did enjoy the finale better, more The Thomas Crown Affair.
Seems like a pretty good WWII era drama, aside from the apparently budding lesbian relationship, which seems awkwardly shoehorned into the show. Has a bit of the Mad Men vibe, though the story mostly focuses on the women.
Once you get past Tom Cruise's "serious face" this is a roller coaster of love it, hate it. Great first 15 minutes, then a ridiculous nuclear plot. Formulaic and predictable, but the couple minutes after the final fight were pretty funny.
This mini-series reminds me a bit of The Hunger - though more realistic and relevant. Attempting to be thought provoking, the episodes are intriguing and entertaining while still providing social commentary.
This SyFy miniseries is pretty good, except for Q'orianka Kilcher (Tiger Lily), who sounds like she's reading her lines. Peter is far too gullible in parts. This is similar to the previous Tin Man and Alice miniseries.