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The Television Set / Re: Arrow
« Last post by el Monstruo-0 on Wed Jan 4 2017, 11:14 »
I think ultimately, the issue with the Recruits is that they're simply not as much fun as Roy, Thea and Laurel were. The show has replaced three ace characters with three okay-ish ones, and as a result it's just not hitting the right buttons for us.
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The Television Set / Re: General Doctor Who Discussion
« Last post by el Monstruo-0 on Wed Jan 4 2017, 11:13 »
As I keep saying, one of the joys of Doctor Who is its variety and inconsistency - every series has good and bad episodes, every Doctor has moments you love them and moments they annoy you, and for all that it means the show is always watchable because the next episode might be the best thing you've ever seen. Even crazy abstract ones like 'Sleep No More' can be divisive and compelling in equal measure.
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Writer Chit 'n' Chat / Re: The Writing Check-In Thread
« Last post by Kirok on Wed Jan 4 2017, 10:17 »
I'm writing to get closure on an audio drama project!  I have produced a few fan-based audio dramas, but I'm looking at moving out of fan productions and into Indies and have this massive backlog of half-written material that never *quite* made it into production. There is one in particular which I have been fiddling with since 2008 which, truth to tell, I've always thought it would make a great video project but I'm a realist though, it'll never happen. In Australia we don't have the resources to produce a movie length fan film especially since this is based in a niche subset of a large fictional franchise.

I've always thought that the virtual series, or in this case the virtual movie, would be an interesting media to try so I'm going to morph my audio scripts into a virtual movie script. Do you have a submission guide or style manual?

Cheers

Kirok of L'Stok
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The Television Set / Re: Arrow
« Last post by Dex on Wed Jan 4 2017, 01:57 »
  I feel like they maybe haven't gotten enough individual time. I get that their important cause the show keeps telling us they are but they don't feel important as individual characters so much as they're an important plot device to get Ollie where he needs to be. I think on that front they've served their purpose and either need to become interesting individuals worth caring about or they need to get them out of the way.
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The Television Set / Re: General Doctor Who Discussion
« Last post by Dex on Wed Jan 4 2017, 01:52 »
  So that's me all caught up on Doctor Who now.

  For how much I disliked Donna during her first appearance I ended up just feeling bad for her after season 3. She had a couple of stand out episodes but with the return of Martha, Rose, Jack and that whole giant crossover finale she didn't really have a whole lot of room to shine on her own. Not to mention the introduction of River Song. Donna just never had a chance.

  Matt Smith pretty easily won me over and became my favorite incarnation of The Doctor. He had the ability to make you laugh one minute and cry the next but also came off as a legit badass when he needed to. The double dose of companions with Amy and Rory was never not entertaining and their ending was one of the saddest moments of the series for me.

  Can't forget about The Day of the Doctor. It was the one time I really regretted not getting into this show from the start because it would have been amazing to see that on the big screen. I'm not even sure if it played here in America and if it did I doubt it would have been in a theater near me but I would have found a way to see it in proper 3D.

  I watched it off a computer hooked to my TV with red/green 3D Anaglyph glasses and it was still pretty damn glorious. The use of depth even in simple scenes was great but the Time War looked amazing! Not to mention the Time Lord painting. Such a neat way to use the 3D technology. 

  Apart from that, Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt were amazing to watch. That dungeon scene could have gone on another half an hour and I'd have been fine with it. Going back to the day The Doctor destroyed the Time Lords was a bold move on its own but to completely retcon it kinda blew my mind.

  Still not sure how I feel about Peter Capaldi. A grumpy old man as The Doctor was a bit off putting at first but as he started to lighten up and his relationship with Clara (who's amazing!) started to get more fun I was totally along for the ride. Then it all of a sudden started going too far. Replacing the Sonic Screwdriver with Sonic Sunglasses was just... not my favorite choice the show has made and I cringe every time that electric guitar comes out.

  But then there's the whole four and a half billion years in his own personal hell that's got me really loving the guy.

  This year's Christmas Special was a bit of a dud. I don't know why but it just felt like all the pieces didn't quite come together as well as they could have. Maybe it's because I watched it immediately after the amazing "The Husbands of River Song" but it just felt off.

  It's kind of odd now. Having burned through it all so fast I find myself not knowing what to do with myself now. I had so many "ah, just one more episode than I'll go to sleep" nights turn into two or three more episodes before giving in that this show has literally changed my sleep pattern.
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The Television Set / Re: Arrow
« Last post by Harper on Tue Jan 3 2017, 23:04 »
No issues with the recruits here, think they're okay, don't need to see 'em killed off.
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The Television Set / Re: Arrow
« Last post by Guy01 on Tue Jan 3 2017, 22:37 »
  I feel the same. They're easily the worst part of an otherwise strong season. I really wanted to like Wild Dog and he's had some brief moments where it looks like they might turn him around but it never quite happens.

Well them and Felicity, as always.  :laugh:
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Writer Chit 'n' Chat / Re: The Writing Check-In Thread
« Last post by Guy01 on Tue Jan 3 2017, 19:40 »
http://legato.freeforums.net/post/25895
Ugh, writers block. I'm trying to get a big huge battle down, but everytime I go to write this one, I just hit a brick wall.  :dunno:
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The Television Set / Re: Sherlock
« Last post by Amin on Tue Jan 3 2017, 12:39 »
Anyone else really bummed about a certain event in the latest episode?
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The Television Set / Re: Arrow
« Last post by Matt Latham on Tue Jan 3 2017, 11:51 »
I'm liking the recruits arc this season. Hell, I've really liked this season. Not too sold on Curtis in general, but other than that I'm liking what's happening. I've no issues with Artemis either, because it was probably inevitable one of them would betray him.
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