I didn't read the books so what I see in the episodes are completely new to me. This series is outstanding, the plot it very complex, you get a lot of action/drama scenes. Sometimes it gives you the felling that you're watching a football match where you don't have a favorite team, but as the game goes you get this occurred felling and you get yourself backing a team as if they where your favorites from the beginning. It definitely makes you want more.
Castle is a really good TV show . I started watching it because of Nathan Fillion. I know him from the show "Firefly" and the movie "Serenity" and he has done a great job in this too.This show is different from other crime shows.
The chemistry between the lead characters is awesome. Story of most episodes is cheesy but its still fun because all the actors have done a great job.
I recommend it to anyone who don't like to get bored watching a show.
This is not Buffy! This is not Angel!
Firefly is a unique and well-developed show, with interesting characters and riveting plots.
I have seen this movie in IF movie festival in Istanbul. Well which two words would you, and hopefully any other reasonable human being, use to describe a movie with a plot synopsis like this: an ordinary rubber tire comes to life in the middle of the Californian desert, quickly discovers that he disposes of dangerous telepathic powers and goes on a murderous stroll. The tire violently blows up people's heads left, right and center while a cinematic audience follows his joyful escapades from a safe distance through binoculars. Well, most likely but completely justified you will use the words "absurd" and "random". The most clever gimmick about this film, however, is that it actually points out the randomness before you even have the opportunity to ponder about it. "Rubber" opens with an extended spoken monologue by one of the characters and he repeatedly emphasizes the fact that everything in this film happens for absolutely no reason at all. Even more so, "Rubber" is an hour and a half long homage to randomness. Robert the tire comes to life for no reason. He can make small animals and human heads explode for no reason. He chases a cute brunette girl around for no reason. A group of bizarre people observe him like it's a real life movie for no reason.
Despite it's 2 1/2 to 3 hour length, Oliver Hirschbiegel's film never slows for one second. This is a testament to his brilliant direction.
What is also brilliant is the acting of Bruno Ganz as Adolph Hitler. I have never seen such emotion brought to a role.
What really impresses is the stark realism of the film. You actually feel as if you are there when the Nazi world is crumbling.
Another great aspect of the film is seeing the humanism of the people. Some were thoroughly consumed with the Nazi madness, some were in a trance with their love of Hitler, and some, like Albert Speer, actually defied his orders. All were aghast at his madness at the end.
In "Paprika," a revolutionary device called a DC Mini - think like a Bluetooth headset with stiletto attachments - is stolen from a research facility where a group of psychiatrists are experimenting with technology that allows them to enter peoples' dreams. The DC Mini, we learn, was developed with the intention of attempting to understand the dynamics dreams play in certain mental illnesses, and trying to see if a cure can be found there. When this theft happens, dreams literally collide head-on with reality, as the figments of peoples' imaginations are sprayed all over the real world. Atsuko Chiba is a researcher who along with the DC Mini's portly developer, a laboratory gnome, a homicide detective, and Chiba's gorgeous, dreamy alter-ego Paprika must enter the world of dreams to uncover the sinister plot behind the device's theft. "Paprika" is one ambitious, fabulous-looking, not even five minutes go by when this film already starts to manipulate the boundaries of fantasy and reality. This is certainly one of the most beautiful-looking Anime features I've ever seen. The bizarre and surreal imagery really does seem like a nightmare come vividly to life on the screen.
I never thought it would be a movie starring one of the greatest actors of our time, and one of the most beautiful actresses around. It also starred some of my other favorites like Paul Bettany, Rufus Sewell, and Timothy Dalton. I decided to see this movie even though the critics gave it very poor reviews. I never thought in my wildest dreams that a movie with the credentials of this one might be bad....but, it was. Boring, in fact.