- Aug 19, 2016
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Someone who understand this girl can confirm the translation is valid?
I ended up losing interest when they started getting into the metaphysical aspects.I watched UTD with my youngest when she was in 6th or 7th grade. It took a few episodes, but it grew on me and I ended up enjoying it.
Don't know about translation,but,In light of the actions we see,pretty much makes sense.Must be quarantined until we understand it.It might die out,or...we know enough about viruses to know how they behave.Someone who understand this girl can confirm the translation is valid?
I will agree.I ended up losing interest when they started getting into the metaphysical aspects.
I want my science fiction to be based in something that's at least scientifically plausible dammit.
Ahh... I had to go back a couple of quotes to find that.i know that but you quoted The X, who was talking about Under the Dome.
No, most of the movies are horrible too!! SomeAhh... I had to go back a couple of quotes to find that.
I had forgotten that "Under the Dome" was also a King book, thought he was referring to The Stand being a good book and bad show.
But I guess that generally does apply to King books... they don't seem to translate well to a miniseries. Motion pictures? Sure.
I never saw Stand By Me or Shawshank Redemption.No, most of the movies are horrible too!! Some
Exceptions...Green Mile, Stand by Me and Shawnshank Redemption are the only ones that really come to mind for me.
That is your problem with 300's historical accuracy?I will agree.
I get caught up in calling BS on minutiae, while watching movies. For instance, I watched 300 for the first time this afternoon. I had to cringe when one of the characters wished another "God Speed." That term was coined in "Middle English." The Spartan Persian Wars (499-449BC) where a tad before Middle English (i.e. sometime after 1066AD).
I mean don't they have someone on staff that likes to read and is familiar with history?