Mad tv dating game
Looked at //objectively//, they are, indeed, time wasters.But human beings like to hear (or see) stories, and that isn't about to change.("Breaking Bad", in particular, shows how an otherwise "good" person can be seduced into horrifyingly immoral behavior.If you have teenage children, they really should watch this show and discuss it with you.)People who find "Mad Men" (and similar shows) artistically worthless just don't know what they're talking about.* "The Wild Bunch" comes to mind.Chuck Woolery: Pat Kilbane Rick: Phil La Marr Michelle Robinson: Debra Wilson Jackie Johnson: Nicole Sullivan Ms. Swan: Alex Borstein Chuck Woolery: OK, welcome back to the Dating Game. Let's bring out our first eligable bachelor; he's a former semi-pro ball player and a Camaro owner who is currently in between job opportunities; please welcome Rick! The story takes place in feudal Japan, when any commerce with the rest of the world was strictly prohibited.An idealist suddenly appears in an isolated inn (the one that the title refers ...
The husband and his samurai father must decide whether to accept the unjust decision, or risk death to get her back.
Only "Breaking Bad" has out-and-out bad acting (Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Christopher Cousins).
(Their acting might look bad because of how their parts are written -- but I don't think so.
Sam Peckinpah wanted people to be repulsed by violence, yet he's still thought of as a purveyor of "violence porn".
Though violent, "Bonnie and Clyde" is a well-written/acted/directed film, in which the violence is not the focus.** There seems to be revived interest in good films, possibly because the Academy again allows 10 nominations for Best Picture.