It was ok... This is like the movie Limitless but an action film, and a little more on steroids with more than just brainpower. Unfortunately, the story is not nearly as interesting, imo. I don't know why, but I think it's largely because the whole "using 100% of your brain" thing has kind of come and gone and this story is a little late to the party, now that that myth has been debunked. However, it's interesting enough to get through. Cam quality is pretty good, flawless audio. So, most importantly, THANK YOU FOR LINKS! 7/10
[...] 90% of the actresses out there would be a better fit to be honest. But even disregarding the choice as Gadot for WW. Look at that outfit, it's just horrible. She even has high heels and ready to go clubbing in an sm club. This is one thing that Marvel does right, they update the costumes while keeping true to the original costumes of the comic. This is what an amateur comes up with as a redesign for the costume and it's tons better then the million they wasted on the costume designer for the movie. http://thanley.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/wwrahzzah.jpg Even if that looks a bit too much like Joan of Arc the design is spot on for a warrior. Give the character long hair and make it more of a Greek design and it would've been a win. Even this one is better http://www.joblo.com/newsimages1/wonder-woman-gadot-costume.jpg
@MontyFly I reloaded it and it was fine afterwards. I only thought it was an ok episode. I only really care about Sarah Newland and what's going to happen with her. This ep was a bit slow but had good moments throughout.
So I've been asleep at the wheel. I had no idea season 2 had started. Love this show. Ray is a smooth operator. Mickey is a POS. Had to laugh my family has had a vacation home in Rosarito, Mexico for years and years.
@meabbas I think the real problem is more people are born into these communities. The mainstream Mormon church abandoned polygamous practices sometime in the 1800s and some people broke off and formed their own small communities. Kind of like how the "westboro baptist church" that goes and protests funerals claims to be the true Baptist church, but really it's like 100 people mostly in the same family. These people live in small communities, often made up of only a few hundred people. Compare that to the mainstream Mormon church which is like 17 million or something like that. It's basically like small-town seclusion and sheltering from the outside world that keeps these things alive. Yes, there are converts and all, but I think that is extremely rare. For the most part, their communities only exist by being born into them, and they appear to be shrinking, rather than growing, especially in the modern world of the internet where it is nearly impossible to truly shelter people from the world now. This was an interesting documentary