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Re: “Film Review: "The Boxtrolls"

We brought our 3 1/2 year old to this. Unfortunately we purchased the 3D version. For her 1st 3D she did great, but I agree, I don't think we really needed to see the film in this format. She did enjoy the movie as did I.

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Posted by bbanke on 10/08/2014 at 10:37 AM

Re: ““Game of Thrones” Season 4, Episode 7: Mockingbird

I don't remember Melisandre or Selyse saying where they were headed. But I don't believe that Selyse was going with them there either.

Prince Oberyn's speech to Tyrion was so great! My husband has not read the books as I have, so he even said, Wow! And I do believe you are correct, word for fantastic word!

It should be interesting how Littlefinger explains Lysa's disappearance without the bard there to take the fall. I seem to recall him sitting in the room playing his instrument and Lysa telling him to lock the door behind Sansa. And somehow Littlefinger coming in thru some other entrance...We shall see....

How many more episodes do we have?

Posted by bbanke on 05/21/2014 at 3:46 PM

Re: ““Game of Thrones” Season 4, Episode 1: “Two Swords”


I do believe Dontas gave her that hair piece. Which does make sense for the upcoming episodes/plot.

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Posted by bbanke on 04/07/2014 at 10:10 AM

Re: “"True Blood" Season 6, Episode 2: This little light of mine

That's true in the show SBH, but in the book Niall he was considered their Great Great Grandfather, I just pointed that out because I was hoping maybe they would bring in the Dermot character their Great Uncle . :)

Niall-> Fintan- >, John

Posted by bbanke on 06/25/2013 at 3:42 PM

Re: “"True Blood" Season 6, Episode 2: This little light of mine

Enough Bush!! Those sirens certainly had some !! And when they were dismissed, girl, you shake that thang....

I have finally decided to really treat the book/show as two different things. And unfortunately to the point where I don't seem to care about anything! Is it because of last season with "The Authority" Having gone so far off the path of how the books went?

I was talking with someone about the series and they had read that all the fun of the "small town" was gone... and that the only real piece of that left seem to be poor Andy... and even that seems to be gone too... And leave poor Terry to himself and his post traumatic stress disorder!

One interesting thing was that Niall (in the audio book it was pronounced Nigh-all) is Sookie and Jason's GREAT Grandfather. That their grandfather was Fintan who had sex with Gram. But that Fintan had a brother, Dermot who in the books looks EXACTLY like Jason.. this might be interesting if they chose to use that character, only to see Ryan Kwanten play both.

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Posted by bbanke on 06/25/2013 at 11:35 AM

Re: “"Game of Thrones" Season 3, Episode 9: A nice day for a Red Wedding

At this point, people need to realize that if you want to read a blog about a show your interested in, maybe wait until you have seen the episode before you read it. It's common sense. I enjoy the author's postings very much, but do wait until I've seen the episode to then get his thoughts.

Posted by bbanke on 06/05/2013 at 10:24 AM

Re: ““Doctor Who” Season 7: “Journey to the Center of the TARDIS”

Clara being River and the Doctor's daughter is interesting, but I feel like that's too easy.

I also caught Christopher Eccelston's voice when that salvage crew member got shocked. My husband mentioned about the "Smiths" key that he thought he's called himself Smith once or twice in the past. Maybe to hide who he was for a purpose.

I think the feet we saw were the Doctor's. Maybe that's why he popped up so quickly.

I agree with Deb that I think the Doctor remembers the whole event because he kept asking Clara if she felt safe.

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Posted by bbanke on 05/01/2013 at 10:14 AM

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