What's yours is mine and what's mine is mine too
Yeah, I think it's a fun entertaining mystery show to get lost in for the first two thirds, but not particularly memorable. That last third though is straight trash lol!Recently got through Death Note. This is an Anime that people often hype up whether they are die-hard Anime fans or just casuals, like myself. Originally released in 2006 I finally decided to give it a go aaaaaand.... it's average. I knew little of it going in, a young man finds a supernatural notebook in which if he writes someone's name... they die. After watching it I have no clue what the hype was about. Everything about it was average, the story, how it unfolds, the characters, etc. None jump out or steal scenes. If you haven't seen it you're not missing out on much. Good time killer, but far from the hyped up classic people have made it out to be.
I thought it was an excellent season. Not quite as good as 1, but better than 2. Altogether, the first three seasons are stronger than any show I've watched in the past years, except, maybe, Fargo.Binged all of season 3 of Cobra Kai in one day.... fucking amazing. I cried in silence from beginning to end. The emotional rollercoaster was intense. From what the kids go through to the rest of the cast, including Kreese. This is my favorite show in YEARS.
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BTW, the bad singer on that Arcturus album sounds like a depressed foreign version of Fred Schneider from the B-52s. Or at least that’s my first impression.
I tried shuttling around in that video, but it looked like one guy was doing almost all of the singing, and I don’t know who’s who anyway. So it was probably Garmen. Or maybe Simarm.Thank you!
So now we're sure: bad singer Simen, good singer Garm.
Or was it the other way around?
Never understood the obsession with Bo Derek. Not even in that film.