What are you watching in March?
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I had recently learned that all of the three movies from the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series were on Netflix. I had already seen the first one and caught up on the others last weekend. I really can't see how the American version of these movies can be any better!
America's Next Top Model is in full swing for another season.
I also enjoy the Merlin series on SyFy.
I agree with you on The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series, although I've got to wait for my wife to read the third book (Hornet's Nest) before I can watch the third one.
I'm on the last of the Andrea Camilleri "Detective Montalbano" dvds which recently got released in the U.S. (In the books he's Inspector Montalbano). I don't know whether they're on Netflix, but they're awfully good.
I finally got around to renting Ramona and Beezus -- it was cute, but probably not something I'd bother watching again. Worth the $1 Red Box fee. I thought it was interesting how they conflated episodes from all of the Ramona books, but I didn't care for the surreal imagination sequences -- and since the movie started with one, that's not a good thing. However, I thought the characters were pretty much true to the books, which is where a lot of books turned to movies fail.
Avatar: The Last Airbender. Introducing a friend to the series. Looking forward to Legend of Korra this autumn.
Now, this may be sacrilegious, but I thought it was funny...
I finally got Hulu.com to work on my laptop! I watched episodes eleven through fifteen of Glee on it.
#5-- I'm super excited for Legend of Korra!
I've been watching HBO's Rome, Syfy's American adaptation of Being Human (which I'm curious on the Brit version, hopefully I can get to it someday), and CW's Supernatural. If I have some spare time and need comedy, I Hulu Big Bang Theory, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Modern Family. Oh! And I've been watching on OnDemand. . . such a fun cartoon :D
I've discovered that all three seasons of Kitchen Nightmares are available on Hulu, so I've been slowly working my way through those. If I watch too many too close together, I find myself never wanting to eat in a restaurant again. *shudder*
We just finished season 1 of "Shaun the Sheep" on Netflix. That site is pretty confused in their rating system. It says the target audience is 5 to 7-year-olds, but so many adults still like it.
Then I watched the Nostalgia Critic's review of Little Monsters. I hated this movie as a kid and regretted ever seeing it. Netflix calls this movie "goofy" and "heartfelt", despite the cruel and sinister behavior in the film. I mean, one monster RIPS a child's head off! How is that "fun for the whole family"??? I call that nightmare fuel.
I rented from a RedBox for the first time! My sister and I watched Burlesque.
I haven't seen Jane Eyre yet and am still hoping to get to see it soon.
>7 katelisim: I loved Rome and was so sorry it ended as soon as it did. I've watched both Being Human versions and they are very similar in some ways but with some striking differences, too. I don't know--I think our vampire is even sexier than theirs . . . not exactly high criticism!
Watching tons of stuff per usual--Survivor and Amazing Race and Top Chef and Chopped All-Stars for reality competitions; House (still good many seasons in) and Fringe and Castle and Justified (on FX and highly recommended).
Quite disappointed that Stargate Universe is ending so soon.
Would also like to see the Jane Eyre movie.
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