Generally favorable reviews- based on 16 Ratings
Mar 25, 2014Horrible. The basic idea is obviously about how NLP is used in order to influence unaware people subconscious in order to make them make agree about certain choices. NLP technique can obviously be performed only by serious professionals with a degree in psychology, who also must be sane in mind and body. What we have here instead, is a couple made of a crook and a mentally deficient brothers, who don't have the intellectual skills to do this.
They also are unable to explain clearly that it is all about NLP. All they are saying is that they have some kind of miraculous skills, and are unable to explain wha the hell are they doing precisely. Apart of this mess, there is also the completely unnecessary fact that they are yelling for almost the whole running time of each episode. All of this makes the viewer only disturbed and annoyed. Don't waste your time on it. But if you still want to try it, be prepsared to be extremely annoyed. You have been warned.
The writer has clearly no intellectual capacity to write this, and must stick to writing for Spongebob.… Full Review »
Apr 29, 2014Mind games is very entertaining. the idea of mind manipulation is new and interesting and the main characters are lovable and fun. After watching the first five episodes I'm hooked and want to see what happens next.....I'm super bumbled to see that it may have been cancelled already… Full Review »
Apr 3, 2014ABC has announced that they have cancelled Mind Games after only five episodes. Could the cancellation have anything to do with the fact that the last episode was about a scientist who was concerned about the dangers of GMOs? He lost his reputation fighting to show the corruption in the FDA, which was allowing a dangerous genetically modified food to be approved. Although we don't have genetically engineered cauliflower, this sounds a bit like what actually happened to scientist Arpad Pusztai, when he fought the release of GE potatoes. I'm sure this episode had the Biotech and Grocery Manufacturers unhappy, and they have been known to use their deep pockets to prevent anything to gain prominence which might hurt their promotion of genetically engineered (GE) foods or crops. GE ingredients are made from plants that are created in a lab by exchanging DNA between two species that would never happen in nature, to create new species. These new plants were introduced in our diets about 20 years ago, can now be found in 70-80% of our foods, have not had long-term safety studies, and are banned or at least identified in 64 other countries, but not the USA or Canada. The Biotech Industry and Grocery Manufacturers spent about $70 MILLION to prevent foods in California and Washington from being labeled. Pulling a show about GMO would cost a lot less! Talk about a Mind Game!… Full Review »