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UberBeaver 09-27-2008 05:10 PM

Sons of Anarchy
 
On FX - cool show. Dialogue can get "forced" but the storylines have been so far solid and interesting. It's superficially about a biker gang, but it's really more of a look into freedom and what it means. It reminds me of an HBO type show in the sense that there's a long over-arching story intermingled with weekly episodes that though they could stand alone, really are setting up something bigger. So far, so good.

No spoken words 09-27-2008 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by UberBeaver (Post 5496182)
On FX - cool show. Dialogue can get "forced" but the storylines have been so far solid and interesting. It's superficially about a biker gang, but it's really more of a look into freedom and what it means. It reminds me of an HBO type show in the sense that there's a long over-arching story intermingled with weekly episodes that though they could stand alone, really are setting up something bigger. So far, so good.

I debated watching this or not...and decided against....but, if I hear enough good things I'll get the DVD when the season is over.....

Mike, are you a son of anarchy?

UberBeaver 09-27-2008 05:18 PM

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Originally Posted by No spoken words (Post 5496192)
I debated watching this or not...and decided against....but, if I hear enough good things I'll get the DVD when the season is over.....

Mike, are you a son of anarchy?

I wasn't going to watch it either, and I missed the first episode, but for whatever reason I dvr'd the next two. Finally got around to watching them last night and they were better than I expected.

I am not a Son of Anarchy, no. I have a different code - more like Dexter from Dexter, I guess. The SoAs make too much noise. That lifestyle would give me a headache.

No spoken words 09-27-2008 05:22 PM

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Originally Posted by UberBeaver (Post 5496199)
I wasn't going to watch it either, and I missed the first episode, but for whatever reason I dvr'd the next two. Finally got around to watching them last night and they were better than I expected.

I am not a Son of Anarchy, no. I have a different code - more like Dexter from Dexter, I guess. The SoAs make too much noise. That lifestyle would give me a headache.

You have no feelings, just like Dexter.

UberBeaver 09-27-2008 05:31 PM

This topic is about the Sons of Anarchy, not Dexter. You know how we feel about thread derailment around this place.

No spoken words 09-27-2008 09:39 PM

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Originally Posted by UberBeaver (Post 5496209)
This topic is about the Sons of Anarchy, not Dexter. You know how we feel about thread derailment around this place.

Stay out of my journal.

IWasBored 10-04-2008 02:46 AM

i watched the first couple episodes. i get enough renegade vigilante law enforcement from the shield.

kramwest1 01-19-2011 11:02 AM

Finished Seasons 1 and 2 and I just started the 3rd season of SOA. I like it a lot, even if the plot and dialogue is a little weak.
It's fun, and the acting is generally pretty good. I really like the "getting old" subplot/theme.

The show definitely is deserving of a :bump:

bonocomet 01-28-2011 04:06 AM

I just finished season 1 and I'm going to continue because I've heard season 2 is better and 3 is the best, even outstanding. :hmm:

deep 01-28-2011 04:35 AM

took me awhile, they are kind of phony bikers, the clothes and bikes are a little off, but once you get past that the acting is pretty good.

kramwest1 01-29-2011 06:34 PM

I swear there is a little of U2's Smile toward the very end of episode 10 of season 3 (Firinne).

FYI.


Just have the season 3 finale to watch. It's a pretty good show, but not a great one.
I'm liking the quirky characters the best--Tig, Agent Stahl, Happy.

BluRmGrl 01-30-2011 12:56 AM

We have the Blue Crack House, Mr. Blu has SOA. :giggle: Our Friday evenings revolve around the show when it's airing. He hates that the season is only about 12 episodes, though. :down:

bonocomet 02-03-2011 02:16 PM

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Originally Posted by kramwest1 (Post 7109680)
I swear there is a little of U2's Smile toward the very end of episode 10 of season 3 (Firinne).

FYI.


Just have the season 3 finale to watch. It's a pretty good show, but not a great one.
I'm liking the quirky characters the best--Tig, Agent Stahl, Happy.

Hmm I didn't hear the song at all.

I just finished season 3 and :up:

DON'T open this spoiler if you haven't finished season 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
The Tig/Kozik argument reveal: best scene ever. :lmao:
although I just knew it already, it was still great.
(and what I really loved about the whole thing was the way the entire club totally respected their argument all season. LOL.)

kramwest1 02-03-2011 03:18 PM

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Originally Posted by bonocomet (Post 7113501)
Hmm I didn't hear the song at all.

I just finished season 3 and :up:

DON'T open this spoiler if you haven't finished season 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
The Tig/Kozik argument reveal: best scene ever. :lmao:
although I just knew it already, it was still great.
(and what I really loved about the whole thing was the way the entire club totally respected their argument all season. LOL.)

That was a pretty awesome season finale.
Tig has become my favorite character.

Next season:
 
I'm curious if season 4 is set entirely in prison, or if they are going to fast forward a little.

kramwest1 09-09-2011 09:53 AM

So...

 
I'm kinda glad they skipped the 14 months of prison. (It could have been interesting though. I suppose there'll be some flashbacks.)
But, I thought the premiere was a little boring, at least until the end, then FUCK YEAH!!!


...a typical SOA episode.


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