I'm half way through episode #3 and all I can say is boring....
My Native American Name:
"Runs with Scissors"
Stop with the tighty whities
Someone is channeling Bryan Cranston, enough already!
Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
It is certainly a different show but I’m beginning to enjoy it on episode 4. Original series is among my favorite shows ever so I didn’t expect it to top that but it’s been a fun ride.
I will keep watching, but so far its been so-so.
The daughter was annoying.
I just want to see Mansell get ventilated. Don't care who shoots him. Albanians. Raylan. DPD. Sandy.
Just shoot him already.
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
Looking at the preview for the next episode, it appears he has a hookup with the attorney. From Winona and Ava to this one. That’s just gross.
Inside every progressive is a totalitarian screaming to get out.
- David Horowitz
Looking at the preview for the next episode, it appears he has a hookup with the attorney. From Winona and Ava to this one. That’s just gross.[/QUOTE.
If by he, you mean Raylan, I wish you hadn't told me that.
|quarter MOA visionary|
You know what is lacking? - I was excited in season one when Raylan takes out the bad guy in the first episode in spectacular fashion (as I recall).
Set the tone for being "Justified".
Wish they would ramp up the excitement a bit here in season two.
I was a big fan of the original Justified. This isn't the same quality, but again what is these days?
|Legalize the Constitution|
In a nutshell
I'll offer a few observations after watching episode 5.
This isn't Justified. This is a different show with the lead character of the original in a watered down role. I'll still watch it.
It's moving slooooow. If it wasn't titled Justified, I might not be expecting anything different. But c'mon man.
Seeing Regina Taylor pop up in a small scene, with what appears to be only a peripherally related story line didn't make a lot of sense to me, unless they're trying to fill time. Or, this story line develops into something more. BTW, I really think they swung & missed on casting the lawyer. When I saw the first episode I immediately thought Regina Taylor in that role. Irony I suppose that she turns up later. I like her.
Anyway, as I stated above, I'll watch it, but Justified it ain't.
"We're all travelers in this world. From the sweet grass to the packing house. Birth 'til death. We travel between the eternities."
"How was it for you?
"About what I expected it to be."
There's the answer you'd hope for, particularly when you consider in this day and age, she had to initiate the action, yikes. And here I thought Raylan was a confident manly man, not this sad and needy guy.
And the crackling writing (paraphrasing)
"A man can only be killed once but a crime scene can be murdered a hundred times."
Yes ^^^^ this is not "Justified".
Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
Not sure I can make it through three more episodes. Disappointed that Oliphant signed on to this. Wonder what Walter Goggins is thinking? Maybe he didn't sign on because he read the script.
|Like a party |
in your pants
I guess Raylan will be bedding down Oprah next.
We have entered painfully woke now.
|A teetotaling |
Maybe he signed on to kick start his daughter's acting career. She's okay but no award winner at this point. Could be the scrip, directing. Time will tell.
And what's this about the protagonists suddenly having a young girl in tow that doesn't listen and hinders the mission. It's really annoying to me.
Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.
|Purveyor of Death |
Yeah.... I was a little disgusted by that.
|Imagination and focus |
The only reason I will continue watching is to honor the old Justified. This has been painful to watch so far. I won't be buying the DVD of this season.
Only reason I’m still watching is because I started. It is so terrible.
Dream Big, Work Hard
It's interesting that if you read the reviews by professional reviewers, the critics, they are generally positive. The opposite seems true for fans of the original series.
|Sigforum K9 handler|
It is horrible.
"It's a bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see if it works out for them"
I really didn't take Raylan's "How was it for you?" as insecurity or whatever. I took it as him being (as usual) kinda smart alecky, along with the "So, don't tell the kids at school?" comment after she got all legally.
As far as the quality of the gal, I humbly submit I have known/suspected some women who while not exactly stunning looking, were (or I thought might be) absolute freaks in the sheets. Perhaps that was her appeal to him.
I do agree, it's not Justified, but it is Raylan. I'm looking forward to when shit hits the fan. I just hope his gun handling skills haven't gotten as gray as his hair.
THIS SPACE FOR RENT
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