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Old 12-08-2014, 10:54 AM   #21
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The whole movie is available on YouTube...I just found it.

If I recall however, it is strong stuff. (not suitable for all viewers) So I won't put the link up.
It can be found at the end of the link I just put up with the movie video clip.
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Old 01-07-2015, 03:53 AM   #22
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I watched it a few nights ago.

The show is better than anything else I get on t.v. so I guess I am sticking with it.


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We've been binge watching GW since we have been too busy to keep up with our shows...I've fallen back in love with it...I love the brilliant acting on this show, especially Juliana. This past episode, you could see her get her spine back even through her posture. Great body english acting.

just a great cast and writing overall...but I miss Josh Charles. I could never tell if his Will was a good guy or bad guy...
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We've been binge watching GW since we have been too busy to keep up with our shows...I've fallen back in love with it...I love the brilliant acting on this show, especially Juliana. This past episode, you could see her get her spine back even through her posture. Great body english acting.

just a great cast and writing overall...but I miss Josh Charles. I could never tell if his Will was a good guy or bad guy...
Yes, I never good tell if Josh was a good guy or a bad guy either.
And I am not sure if he was good for Juliana.
I hope that over the summer break I can get "unstuck" from the show because it really is frustrating.

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I still like it though.
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Well... I still get bored with Alicia... now that all the good actors are gone...most of my interest in this show has waned.
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Well... I still get bored with Alicia... now that all the good actors are gone...most of my interest in this show has waned.
Josh Charles -- gone
Archie Panjabi -- gone
Matthew Goode -- gone to film Downton Abbey
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You'd like Rutherford's Princes of Ireland too I
Bet , Lara. Druids, etc and the Christian
Conversion were interesting.
Off topic I'm sorry , but I remembered this post.

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I just ordered Princes of Ireland a few days ago. I had trouble getting it from local libraries and I had a free shipping voucher for one of the book companies that I use here so I just bought it. Should arrive today or tomorrow. I hope the print is not too small. My paperback copy of Mists of Avalon was a tiny yet very thick book with very small print. I could manage that back then but I might need a magnifier if Princes print is too small. We'll see.
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I don't recall Princes being difficult. I found it a fascinating read.
I read with my glasses off... being nearsighted. UpNorth I used a little flashlight too. Didn't have much trouble. The book itself is not so heavy, as his others.

It was a bit more cutting edge than his others. Be sure to read his introduction....it explains alot.

It took me forever this winter to reread Mists of Avalon! Gosh, I forgot most of it. Marion Zimmer Bradley is rather convoluted in style too.

Right now I am reading Poul Anderson's Time travel books. The Time Patrol. Hubby had a paperback two story (novellas) one that really appealed to me. So I ordered the whole shebang on Ebay yesterday...used. So now I have a better understanding about Visigoths and Ostrogoths!
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What a disappointment this finale was! I have to say I am not going to miss this show at all.

I often turn it off 1/2 way thru when it is so boring. Some episodes do deliver, but they are not often presented.

Goodbye, Alicia. Won't be missing you at all!
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