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Brooklyn Nine-Nine

4.5
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4.6
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Basically both episodes led to a lot of loud laughing, so that was good.
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I went to see La La Land (like a lot of people over the weekend – I’ve heard loads of people who don’t regularly go to the cinema say they want to see it.)

Out of the cut: I loved it. It's really good and it you have a shred of love for musicals, you'll love it too. Watching 'Singin' in the Rain' before it really worked for me.

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Jan. 17th, 2017 07:59 am
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So, as I said in the last post, I'd just been watching and reading all murderers all the time, and then there was Brooklyn Nine-Nine (yes, last Thursday, at some point, posts will be closer to the time of media consumption).

Episodes 4.3 and 4.4

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Sherlock 4.2 The Lying Detective

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So, to recap, last weekend involved The Witness for the Prosecution, Career of Evil and Sherlock. I was craving a bit of lightness for balance.

B99!!

Jan. 9th, 2017 07:59 am
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I did watch Sherlock last night, and I need to type my reaction to that, I know, but there are a few other shows I watched before that that I want to post about. First, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back on British scenes - such a good call to have it start in the new year when you're just in the mood.

4.1 and 4.2

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Strictly Christmas films special

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I also managed to watch most of Peter Pan Goes Wrong live, and given that I’d just managed to scald myself and was watching it with my hand in a bold of cold water and still laughed helplessly, it was hilarious. It’s mainly slapstick (a recurring theme of my Christmas holiday) – and it does what is says on the tin, the premise is that it's a televised adaptation of a production of 'Peter Pan' and what can go wrong does. You can tell that it's origins are on stage and they could have developed the possibilities of it as TV more, but it's more important that it was funny.

(I'm in the middle of catching up on The Witness for the Prosecution, and I need to post about Sherlock and Brooklyn Nine-Nine sooner rather than later.)
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Fics and fanvids from the following fandoms: Gilmore Girls, Glee, Jupiter Ascending, The Martian, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, Sherlock and Spy.

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2.6

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2.7

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2.8

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I discovered a little while ago that Scorpion is back on UK screens for a third series, but several episodes had aired, so I've decided just to switch to DVD and enjoy it from the beginning instead of trying to deal with the ITV2 schedule. Currently, I'm rewatching episodes I've already seen of Person of Interest season 2 on DVD.
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Yes, they were Saturday night, but I've been super busy and I just want to hibernate soon now, please.

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At least there’s not too long to wait for the Christmas special AKA the one that takes the edge off.
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...or is Dawson's Creek having a moment right now? It was a question that was already bubbling in my mind, but boiled over when I saw a Dawson's Creek alum appear in a significant cameo in The Edge of Seventeen (good, I laughed, I winced at the teenageriness of it all, Stanfield deserves all the reconition for her performance). The significance was because of the casting.

It's also that Michelle Williams is in a film that's an awards contender, and is, by all reports, good in it herself and the nostalgic vibe - a reaction to 2016, and if Gilmore Girls came back, what next? I'm sure I read that she was asked about Dawson's Creek returning and her response was 'No.' Understandable that as i. Spoiler ) and ii. Dawson's Creek's finale was a satisfying one, really.

The only way it could work would be as a next generational thing, and thinking of the timing of the finale, that could work. But is there really and truly an appetite?

In an interview with Total Film, Williams talked about how badly she felt at the reaction to Jen. Thing is, which I don't know if the people that made the show appreciated at the time, the girls watching (and it was mainly girls) identified the most with Joey (not Dawson even). Her pining was theirs/ours in a way Dawson's wasn't, and Jen was the object of the pining at the beginning, and it was always going to be difficult to change those settings. That's my recollection anyway.
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Lost in You, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, PG
Melinda May/Phil Coulson
Written for the prompt Phil Coulson/Melinda May, lost in you at the threesentenceficathon 111 words. (I wrote something!)

Lost in You: shallowness )

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