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#1377 Nov 14 2017 at 9:54 PM Rating: Good
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Flash, this episode, Plastic Man seems to have been a welcome addition to the series. All the versions of Wells was a fun little side thing. Plastic Man and Flash at the start completely ignoring the mugger, and then the whole "Stop shooting yourself, stop shooting yourself."

Looks like there is a CW Crossover coming up the week after Thanksgiving. Says it's two days. I am assuming that means Monday and Tuesday, Supergirl, Flash, and Legends. Arrow will probably be out again. And I assume it will only actually involve Supergirl through a 30 second blurb at the end of the episode leading into what amounts to a two part episode on Tuesday with Flash/Legends.
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#1378 Nov 15 2017 at 8:28 AM Rating: Good
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TirithRR wrote:
Looks like there is a CW Crossover coming up the week after Thanksgiving.
If the overall trend of the channel's shows are any indication, prepare for a lot of "subtle" political commentary since the bad guys are Fascist/Nazi versions of the title characters.

The whole "stop shooting him!" sequence and the Council of Wells scenes were gold, though I wish they kept Wizard Wells around. The main plot was pretty meh, and I'm pretty sure the whole "Indian With Powers Over Totems" was mildly racist (and therefore unintentionally funny)

What's His Name that place Jefferson seems to have like zero acting range. He was not very convincing as Stein.


Deadpool 2 teaser. With a few little happy trees.
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#1379 Nov 15 2017 at 4:56 PM Rating: Good
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Starting tonight on SciFi, at Midnight 11pm EST they are showing some animated Justice League movies.

Legion of Doom tonight
Crisis on Two Earths on Thursday
Flashpoint Paradox on Friday

I haven't seen Crisis on Two Earths or Legion of Doom. Flashpoint Paradox animated film was good. I guess Crisis on Two Earths is the storyline that the CW Crossover event will be based on?

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Started watching Legion of Doom, and got about half way thru to around where Savage and his crew are successfully defeating all the super heroes. I ended up getting really tired so I decided to just go to sleep. Plenty of chances to finish off the movie later (though, I did not set to record, I'm sure I can find them streaming). It was holding my interest though, just too tired since it was Midnight. Annoyingly though they had some sort of Sci Fi Live Twitter banner thing scrolling along the bottom with people saying stuff about random **** like Stranger Things.

Strangely enough though, I woke up and turned my TV on, still on Sci Fi. And they were airing episodes of CSI. Didn't strike me as a Sci Fi type show.

Edited, Nov 16th 2017 7:57am by TirithRR
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#1380 Nov 16 2017 at 8:32 AM Rating: Good
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TirithRR wrote:
Starting tonight on SciFi, at Midnight 11pm EST
First, thanks for that. I missed the first hour. Smiley: motz Second, digging through the guide they're also marathoning all three movies on Saturday starting 1000am EST so there's the second chance to catch them all.

Apparently Rotten Tomatoes accidentally released their Justice League yesterday, and before it was taken down it was at the high 40%s. Most of the complaints seem to stem from the movie's less-than-blockbuster level CG, pacing, villain and Superman's resurrection scene, but most concede that it's also better than BvS, MoS, and Suicide Squad which is like being the best Thor movie. Guess I'll check a cam over the weekend.

You know, between episodes of The Punisher.

Looks like there's going to be reason to watch Fear the Walking Dead next season as Garret Dillahunt joins the cast. Is there any role that man can't handle? Man is freakin' everywhere.

New rumor from Deadline, placing James Franco (starred in pretty much everything in the early '00s) as Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man. If true, here's hoping it's the later version of the character that was kind of sort of a detective set just after the M-Day storyline. Also involved in the rumor is Wonder Woman's writer Allan Heinberg will be responsible for the screenplay and at one point Matthew Vaughn's name was brought up as possible director. All pretty good signs.

Edited, Nov 16th 2017 2:02pm by lolgaxe
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#1381 Nov 16 2017 at 9:41 AM Rating: Good
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First, thanks for that. I missed the first hour.

I blame my brother on that one. He came out of his room and said "Sci Fi is showing Justice League movies for the next three days at Midnight". And I opened the guide to just see their names, didn't actually check start times. Smiley: oyvey I just happened to switch over to Sci Fi shortly before 11 cause nothing was on, to see what if anything they were showing before it. Turns out it was CGI-Suit Ryan Reynolds Green Lantern.

Good to know they are going to show them all Saturday. That'll give me something to tune into since nothing I watch airs on Saturday.

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Tried to watch Gotham and Orville tonight. Local Fox Station took a ****.

"This network is currently experiencing technical difficulties".

Guess I won't be watching new shows tonight...

Edited, Nov 16th 2017 8:50pm by TirithRR
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#1382 Nov 17 2017 at 9:11 AM Rating: Good
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Gotham was pretty good, if you exclude the Meg Bruce scenes. Though disappointing there wasn't anything with Nygma and Solomon Butch.

Looks like the premiere date for CW's next social commentary disguised as a super hero show Black Lightning has been set. It'll start airing January 16th, at 0900pm EST, following The Flash. Which means it'll be taking Legends of Tomorrow's place. According to the report, after the midseason break LoT will return on a new night in February, while Supergirl will return January 15th, The Flash on the 16th, and Arrow on the 18th[/sup]. If I were to bet, I'd place LoT on Monday after Supergirl to keep the blocks kind of even.

Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad, and Luke Evans are attached to a new Netflix show called Super-Normal, which is described as "a character-driven subversive take on the genre that Hollywood and the rest of the world loves too much." Josh Gad is also producing it with Dan Lin, and Jonathan Eirich of Lin Pictures, and it's being scripted by the people that worked on Moana, Aaron and Jordan Kandell.
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