We finished the second part of season 4 last night. I enjoyed it. I cried quite a bit. I think my favorite is still season 3 with the mall. Probably because I used to hang out at malls! I did stay away from any spoilers and I'm glad I did. I knew something was coming but I didn't know to who.
We finished part one of season 4 of Stranger Things. Enjoyed it quite a bit. A few draggy spots, but I liked seeing everyone again. And as Kate Bush fan, I was thrilled to hear her song featured as a big part of the plot.
def a few draggy spots.
I cannot seem to get with this season for some reason.
I have only watched 2 E's so maybe I need to see a few more.
But ..... hmmm.
There are too many characters which sacrifices time with the core group. The story lines are draggy and the dialogue lacking the punch of previous seasons. Even the great throwback to 80's music suffers mightily with Kate Bushs 'Running Up That Hill' being the only well placed, memorable song heard thus far. Maybe it's too dark this season for its own good. I don't care to see El back with Papa or forced to endure the tortures she suffered under his care; I feel that part of her life was over with.
if you wanted to encourage a culture of rape, the best way to do so would be to endorse and honor the most visible members of society who have been accused of rape.
Well, I don’t know what to say. She gave an adequate performance, so props for attempting it at least. I knew it would not compare with 1995 version (Amanda Root and Ciaran Hinds), but thought it would be similar to the 2008 version. It was good, so if you are desperate to watch something Austen and don’t have access to any streaming except Netflix, then this will provide a fix. The sisters are amusing at least, and not nearly as contemptible as earlier versions.
So, if you have never watched Persuasion, you might really enjoy the Netflix offering. But, right now Roku offers the 1995 version for free. That would be much preferred over the Netflix remake. ETA: what I enjoyed most about this rendition, was the diverse cast. Love diversity.
“Who We Are, A chronicle of racism in America.” Wow! Incredibly well done. ACLU lawyer clearly presents the path of racism. Interesting, informative and powerfully presented with sobering clarity. Jeffrey Robinson is a gentle speaker and powerful civil rights lawyer.
A person's most useful asset is not a head full of Knowledge, but a heart full of Love, an ear ready to Listen, and a hand willing to Help Others.