Recent User Reviews
The low scores on here are Obviously from people that NEED Real Anger Management.
This show is not for Everyone.
If you're looking for a show with no sexual dialogue; no gays; no gay-jokes; no Sexy women,
then this show is not for you, because there's LOTS of it.
If you Are looking for : Old-school Disney-style dialogues and plots; characters that want to give childbirth; or a show that fits the same-ol mold, then this show is not for you.
This show is for Anyone, but Mostly for the Open-minded.
Anyone that is a die-hard Bible-thumper and a Church-goer will immediately hate this show.
Anyone that is a Hard-core feminist and is a man-hater, will DEFINITELY hate this show.
Anyone that likes Freedom to think and do as you wish,
or that likes to envision life as Care-free, but within the rules, and feels no need for "Serious"
subjects and just likes to Laugh and have a good time, Will Love this show.
This show is WINNNING !
Anyone that watches this show, EXPECTING this show to live up to 'Their' expectations and has a pre-determined mind-set as to what a Sit-com should be, or what kinds of Plot they think are 'best'
are Looking to be disappointed and WILL be disappointed.… Full Review »
Big improvements over season 1, that is easy to see. But still has quite a ways to go. There is no denying that this show has become very watchable and entertaining, but I think a lot of us Marvel fans want to see something on par with Walking Dead where the writing is so strong, the characters are well defined and the directors take big chances like dedicating and entire episode to just one set of characters. When SHIELD is able to move more confidently like we are beginning to see in season 2, it makes me optimistic for the future of the show as a solid piece of stand alone entertainment not just a vehicle for Marvel universe cameos for the fanboys.… Full Review »
In AMC’s zombie apocalypse thriller, The Walking Dead, producer Frank Darabont launches viewers into a world without any safety or order. A world taken over by the living dead. In most zombie apocalypse scenarios, zombies are the main source of fear and danger; In this series, people are who you need to be afraid of.
When the series began, the producers introduced mainly friendly characters to build the main cast. The main character Rick Grimes, joins a group of survivors and before almost any time at all takes the lead position. This leadership through Rick lasts until the present episodes. The characters in the show each have different personalities and attributes that not only fit, but enhance the groups survivability and likeability.
The zombies, or walkers, are very graphic and play parts in every single episode; whether it be many, or the lone walker that ends up killing a character. The makeup art is very gruesome and very life like, making the walkers seem even more threatening.
The real threat is the antagonist presence in the show, regular survivors like Rick and the group, but chose a different way to lead or survive. Whether it be to rule out of fear and kill anyone that could possibly threaten you, or to eat those who don’t follow your ways; Rick doesn’t agree, and blood is always shed between the groups.
What makes the Walking Dead better than other apocalypse shows and movies is that every character in the show lived in a world that previously had no knowledge of zombies or an apocalypse like this ever happening(Hence the word ‘zombie’ is never used). This makes the show seem like it could actually happen, creating more fear in the viewers minds.… Full Review »
Stupid sophomoric writing and totally unlikable and juvenile characters made this painfully excruciating to watch. On top of that the political correct preachiness makes me want ot puke. How this even got on the air is beyond me. How many good shows didn't make the cut so that this piece of garbage could. Very sad.… Full Review »