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15 March 2014 @ 02:24 pm

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09 March 2014 @ 08:01 pm
Funny how sometimes you can fiddle with a picture for hours and nothing comes of it and other times you fiddle for ten minutes and think “Hmm… not bad.” I need to learn a lot about how to do decent backgrounds though…

15 January 2014 @ 09:12 pm
Where we left off:

At the start of series 3, Gisborne resides at Loxley Manor but is clearly suffering from Marian's death and life has become a living hell for him. He begs Robin to kill him (but Robin then of course does not) and throughout the series, it is obvious that without Marian, life has no meaning for Guy. Ironically enough, by the time Robin gets a new girlfriend, Kate, Guy is still beating himself up over what he has done. Gisborne also no longer fears the sheriff which causes a shift in that relationship when the sheriff realizes that he no longer has Guy under his thumb. And then prince John comes along, setting them up against each other which results in a fight during which Gisborne stabs the sheriff (Is he dead? Clue? They think so!) and Gisborne becomes the new sheriff. Oh, during all this, we also meet Guy's sister, Isabella (played by Lara Pulver a.k.a. Irene Adler from Sherlock), who is fleeing from her nasty hubby Thornton.

And this is where Guy begins to change.Collapse )
15 January 2014 @ 09:12 pm
Rusty Armour wrote, "Richard Armitage was the only thing that made BBC Robin Hood even remotely tempting, but, sadly, even he wasn't enough to make me watch the series."

I understand completely. I remember when the show was first on tv and I heard that Nasir had been replaced by Djaq, wild horses couldn't make me watch it. I think that, had it not been for Merlin, which was also a twist on an old tale, I still would not have bothered to give the show a try. I still think that some plots are downright rediculous, but after having seen Richard Armitage in The Hobbit though, I wanted to see him in other stuff, which is why I decided to give the show another go. And I did. And I still don't like the show - I fast forwarded through most of the episodes. I just can't warm up to any of the characters. Robin Hood is too perfect. He never seems to make a slip, shoots three arrows at once, always fights for the right cause, and looks like he's in One Direction.But there is more!Collapse )
06 January 2014 @ 11:26 am
Sometimes it's just so darn convenient to have a blog to vent in. And vent, I must.

I know it's been a while but I just have to express my frustration with "The Time of the Doctor". Yes, I know. It's like spitting on a shrine but I really did not like the episode. It would be easy to say it's the language that caused problems for me and made me lose the plot but after watching it a couple of times more, I realized that there were more issues I had with this one.
About Clara, the Doctor and the regeneration...Collapse )

And then there was last night's episode of Sherlock

I had some issues with that one too...Collapse )
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