give it a bit, i just finished s3, its very well acted
It's fab but I have to say I was so disappointed with the ending!Binge watching line of duty while I've been off work with covid on season 4.. bloody good so far
That's an interesting point of view regarding Peaky Blinders!Re: Peaky Blinders
You've just passed the peak, no pun intended. The next few seasons become so formulaic of what has already been past, you can almost guess every twist and turn that comes.
With that said, it looks fantastic, is acted well and has a brilliant soundtrack, it just lets itself down a bit with the script.
It's fab but I have to say I was so disappointed with the ending!
I would happily re-watch the first 4 seasons for the 3rd time but I refuse to entertain the last season!
You might like the ending though but enjoy it all as it is an adrenaline fuelled watch
That's an interesting point of view regarding Peaky Blinders!
I am saving all of them to watch over the dreaded Christmas period when freeview TV is at its worst as I've never seen it but heard so much about it!
Yeah I totally get what you mean! Lol!Similar to my Peaky comments, LOD hits it's peak at the end of season 3, the tenuous plot links become eye rollingly bad by the end of it's run.
Also just a personal grumble but hearing them say 'mate' every other sentence is just so unnatural and forced.
Would you call it a costume drama? I think that's partly one of the reasons I haven't rushed to watch it.Accents are a bit jarring at first, almost too much forced brummy but it soon passes, I guess binging it will make the plot holes left obvious as well. However watching it week by week being able to think about certain elements while waiting for the next episode makes the faults more obvious.
I feel binge culture has made TV writers a lot more lazy, they can cram more questionable character/plot decisions in but as most folk are straight onto the next episode, they don't really think about what they've just watched in too much depth.