One thing that makes me feel stronger about series rather than movies is that you can follow the life of the characters for a longer period; but I always end up liking movies better because they usually have a better plot. So with this, I was incredibly impressed with the transition of This is England the film into the series This is England ‘86, for producing the best of both worlds. This brilliantly written show takes what is reality, with historical moments and a bit of illusion and turns it into a plot full of humor, drama and violence. AND it has an impressive soundtrack.
Honestly, who isn’t? The sixth and final season of Lost, one of the best series ever created, just started and we are sure spending more time talking, reading and thinking about it than watching it. Well, from what we read some mysteries won’t be answered (the real meaning of the numbers, anyone?), but if there's something we've learned from accompanying Locke’s island friends (and enemies) is that the travel is always more enjoyable than the actual place it’s taking you to. Well, not if the smoke monster is trying to kill you.
basic style of American television, the series will catch all you dudes out there (sorry, girls won't like this) who like watching things explode in the most diverse ways. And like any good spy show, it teaches you how to make homemade bombs with boring things (a modern version of MacGyver). Plus Bruce Campbell is a lead character. And he's looking all Morrissey like.