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Three days ago if I had heard the name Bluth it would of sounded like a candy bar form the U.K. Arrested Development is slowly become my favorite TV comedy because of the outstanding performances and also the hilarious writing that has become what I expect every episode. The reason this show is great is because of the cast that I fell is up there with some great TV casted actors. Jason Bateman plays Micheal Bluth which is a perfect role for him cause he just has to play a smart ass dad and he pulls it off. David Cross however steals the show everytime, his character Tobias Funke is outrages and weird but also the funniest character on the show. A young Micheal Cera plays as George Micheal who is the son to Jason Batemans character and that relationship works great and feels like a true father son relationship. Other great characters on this show are Buster played by Tony Hale and the two parents George and Lucille Bluth played by Jessica Walters and Jeffery Tambor. Lucille Bluth is cold hearted and mean with very like shits giving to even her kids, she is great and Jessica Walters plays that character perfectly which is why I think she is great in Archer as well as this. Tony Hale as Buster is funny as well as bizzar. Buster is a weird man who lives with his mother and has issues with leaving her side which worked for Lucille cause of her massive ego. There relationship is funny 24/7, George Bluth however hates I think just about everyone in the show except his grandkids George Micheal and Maeby Funke played by Alia Shawkat. This show is fantastic and I my have only seen half of season 1 but trust me when I say I will not stop watching this show anytime soon.
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Here , Here Here
Written by Peter R Newman
6 episodes, broadcast 20 June - 1 August 1964...
Written by John Lucarotti
4 episodes, broadcast 23 May - 13 June 1964...
Digimon was a part of my childhood. But it wasn't really a big part of it.... Or maybe it was... I remember watching it when I was younger and I remember when I would pretend (just like every little kid does) that my imaginary friend was my Digimon and I would use him to win pretend fights. I remember playing at least one of the games... The one that I played was Digimon World on the only console that it came out on... Playstation. I remember not really understanding how to play it. At that age I didn't understand how certain RPG games were played. I guess at that age I was expecting the Digimon to already be able to Digievolve when I first got it... So I just gave up on playing it. Once I got around a certain age... I kind of grew out of Digimon. Like I would still watch the show sometimes, but it wasn't a need to watch it... I would just catch a couple of episodes from certain seasons. Like when it first came out with the first Digimon Adventure I would watch it a lot. When it came out with Digimon Adventure 2, I still watched it a lot. But when they came out with Digimon Tamers, I kind of started watching it less, but still watching it. But when the show Digimon Frontier came out, and seeing that the people are merging into the Digimon (well the ancient spirits of Digimon called the Legendary Warriors).. It made me think that its not exactly Digimon anymore. I would still watch it eventually, but it just really wasn't the same enjoyment that I got when I watched the other two. After that I didn't really watch it at all anymore. But when I found the movie playing on... I think HBO family, I think I was about 12 or 13, I watched it because I didn't even know that there was a movie and I wanted to have a sort of Nostalgic moment and kind of relive my (not really over yet) childhood. I thought the Eight Years Ago part (act 1 right?) was alright, but the part when Koromon evolves into a very large Agumon. I thought to myself that Agumon isn't suppose to be that big... But then when Agumon Digievolves into a even larger Greymon, I'm like he's too big. Then when it is mentioned that it is not the same Agumon that they become friends with, I'm like oh ok... Must be a glitch in the Digiprogram or something (Is there something called a Digiprogram cause I don't remember one)... I was a gullible 13 year old as you could probably tell. The part called Four Years Later (act 2?), where Tai and Izzy with the help of Agumon and Tentomon have to stop Diaboromon. I kind of thought that it wasn't the same as the show, but still kind of enjoyable. Now... The Present Day (act 3 I guess).. My first thought when seeing this part was... "Who was this Willis character"? "Why is he in here"? And "I wonder if Kari would date me if she was a real person"?... Yeah.. I had a sort of crush on her, but I'm over it now..... *goes to cry in the corner* WHY??!!! WHY ISN'T SHE REAL??!!! *doesn't show my face*.. Excuse me for one minute.............
*sniffs* Alright I'm ok now. So after asking myself those... emotional questions. I continued watching the movie and just a sort of disappointment... This movie wasn't at all like the show that I grew up watching when I was younger and I wasn't sure what was missing. But now that I am older and thinking back to when I first watched it, I now know what it was missing... And what it was missing is heart. There was nothing that pulled me in emotionally like the show did. I remember the show having moments where it would slow down and have a meaningful moment and you really had a strong feeling that everyone was such good friends that would do anything for each other. In the movie there was nothing like that. Whoever was in charged for making this movie.... You know what.. Let me look it up.... *opens up new tab....Goes to Google... Types in Digimon The Movie...Clicks on the Wikipedia page of it and scrolls down*.. Ok. The directors Mamoru Hosoda and Shigeyasu Yamauchi (couldn't pronounce those names to save my life) really messed up this movie. I guess they thought that all the fans wanted to do is just see Digimon Digievolving and fight scenes without any emotional or sensible moments at all. Well... They were wrong. And I guess they found out that they were wrong when they saw the rating on that movie. On IMDb, it says that the movie got a rating of 5.8 which is not very good. I hope that they eventually got better making movies... Digimon the Movie is basically a disappointment to its fans, including me. But even though Digimon isn't really the same anymore at least we still have the memories of when it was awesome... And no body can take that away from us....
The Keys of Marinus
Written by Terry Nation
6 episodes, broadcast 11 April - 16 May 1964...