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New Trailer for Netflix Series "The Punisher"

Stars Jon Bernthal (Shane from Walking Dead). Fuck Spider-Man, this is the type of comic book stuff I like.

by Anonymousreply 104Last Friday at 3:08 PM

More comic book bullshit?

Hard pass.

by Anonymousreply 109/20/2017

I detest the glorification of guns but I'm so incredibly attracted to Jon Bernthal who's a textbook case of BDF. So I'm conflicted about giving this a shot.

Did you spot the douche from Girls?

by Anonymousreply 209/20/2017

Marvel and D.C. need to be stricken from the earth.

by Anonymousreply 309/20/2017

[QUOTE]So I'm conflicted about giving this a shot.

If you love Bernthal that much then it's inevitable.

And yeah, I saw him. He's playing Micro.

by Anonymousreply 409/20/2017

Jon Bernthal did great in this role on Daredevil, I'm marvels bitch, will check this out.

by Anonymousreply 509/21/2017

[bold]Marvel’s ‘The Punisher’ Pulled From New York Comic-Con After Las Vegas Tragedy[/bold]

No surprise there. After Vegas, I've finally decided that my love for Bernthal isn't big enough to support a show which glorifies firearms. Besides, I've always preferred either martial arts or melee weapons. That's how real men fight in my eyes.

by Anonymousreply 610/04/2017

This guy is too old and withered, pass.

by Anonymousreply 710/04/2017

Interesting opinion. The author argues that there's never going to be the right time for this series to air.

by Anonymousreply 810/17/2017

Second trailer finally reveals the release date as November 17th.

by Anonymousreply 910/19/2017

Two trailers in, and it still looks like garbage.

I will pirate and skip through to the scenes with DL Fave Ben Barnes.

by Anonymousreply 1010/19/2017

[quote]Two trailers in, and it still looks like garbage.

I've actually heard some really good buzz about this show.

I hope that is true. After starting off strong with "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones", Marvel television has really gone downhill.

by Anonymousreply 1110/19/2017

Marvel needs to take a break. They are overexposed.

by Anonymousreply 1210/19/2017

With Inhumans they are released their first unabashed failure

by Anonymousreply 1310/19/2017

I can't bring myself to watch this, let alone binge it. Anyone watching it?

These two review snippets are exactly what I was worried about, i.e. that it's interminably boring.

[quote]Far better than ‘Iron Fist,’ Marvel’s latest Netflix standalone is a tight, brutal six-episode story of revenge stretched exhaustingly and inexcusably over 13 hours… The Punisher has moments of excitement, moments of bracing violence and a well-cast star at the center. It’s also tedious for long stretches and, when it comes to plot details, astoundingly forgettable. The gun stuff is just an unpleasant capper. (Daniel Fienberg, THR)

[quote]Honestly, the worst aspect of “The Punisher” is that there’s not too much to say about it. It’s competently made, decently written, but never pushes any boundaries or challenges any big ideas. For a show which seemed, given the timing of its launch, to be so controversial, its most controversial element is its lack of controversy. (Liz Shannon Miller, IndieWire)

by Anonymousreply 1411/13/2017

Forbes considered it the best of the Marvel series

[quote]'Marvel's The Punisher' Review: The Best MCU Series Ever Made

by Anonymousreply 1511/13/2017

I kind of liked JJ and DD. I found them entertaining enough, bit silly but that comes with the territory. My favorite thing about them was the Punisher storyline because the goody goody hero on a pedestal got boring.

I tried Luke Cage but was bored. It seems too real-world for me and comic storytelling is too immature to hold my interest in an actual plausible storyline. Then I heard the one after that, explosive fists or whatever the fuck it’s called, is terrible.

Now that defenders is out I’d like to see it but I really, REALLY don’t want to have to slog my way through Luke Cage and the other one to get primed for it. And I really hope The Punisher is sufficirntly stand alone that I don’t have to catch up with the others. Can anyone confirm?

by Anonymousreply 1611/13/2017

It is not out yet r16, but this review says this

[quote]Since 2015, we’ve watched a “Defenders” world get built within the confines of Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist. The Punisher has nothing to do with any of that. While the show relies on some prior knowledge obtained from Daredevil season 2, from the moment we pick up with Frank we’re on a completely different side-quest that serves the show well.

by Anonymousreply 1711/13/2017

Great news, thanks r17.

Do you think I can skip Luke Cage and iron fist and still watch The Defenders? I’d like to catch up with JJ and DD and I liked Luke enough in JJ but I don’t want to be “forced” to watch the other two just to understand Defenders.

by Anonymousreply 1811/13/2017

R17 I made a mistake at R14 - it actually comes out this Friday.

And yes, you can absolutely skip both Luke Cage and Iron Fist and jump straight into The Defenders. Everything that's needed is explained again so no prior knowledge is necessary.

by Anonymousreply 1911/13/2017

Thanks r19. I might read the Wikipedia summaries of the shows anyway ....

by Anonymousreply 2011/13/2017

Yeah, I don't think jumping right into the Defenders would be that hard. Maybe a bit disorientating at first but one could quickly get the hang of the relevant characters and their supporting characters.

by Anonymousreply 2111/13/2017

I’m three episodes into The Punisher and I think it’s terrific

by Anonymousreply 2211/17/2017

I think this review that R14 posted is right on the money.

[quote]Honestly, the worst aspect of “The Punisher” is that there’s not too much to say about it. It’s competently made, decently written, but never pushes any boundaries or challenges any big ideas. For a show which seemed, given the timing of its launch, to be so controversial, its most controversial element is its lack of controversy. (Liz Shannon Miller, IndieWire)

It's actually a better than good show. There's just nothing special about it. It's better than some of the other shows they've released. It's not as stylized as the other Netflix shows from MCU so it's refreshing.

There is no joking to be done here. It's all rather straightforward.

Jon Bernthal is excellent in the role to the point where if the show isn't focusing on him -- it drags.

by Anonymousreply 2311/18/2017

I'm on ep 3 now, it is fine but not especially gripping.

Seems like I agree with your post r23.

by Anonymousreply 2411/18/2017

I found Ben Barnes naked ass extremely gripping.

by Anonymousreply 2511/18/2017

I wish the homeland security character was a better actress, that would help the show, I think she is unfortunately weak.

I'm surprised I like Ben Barnes here when I didn't care for him in Westworld.

The PTSD kid who is lost is completely unconnected to the rest of the plot so far, it will connect at aome point but seems there to pad the show.

It seems to be getting better as it gets along.

by Anonymousreply 2611/18/2017

[quote]I found Ben Barnes naked ass extremely gripping.

Lets be real, he is a skinny white dude who doesnt have much of an ass.

Gorgeous face though, and I like how him being good looking is written into the show. It works well.

by Anonymousreply 2711/18/2017

So that’s who Ben Barnes is! I’m binge watching the series and Googled him thinking it was the black guy and thought “Wait a second, that’s the guy with all the threads on DL.” Never seen him in anything before this.

by Anonymousreply 2811/18/2017

Come to the dark side, R28!

by Anonymousreply 2911/18/2017

Nah he’s too lanky for my tastes.

by Anonymousreply 3011/18/2017

[quote]Never seen him in anything before this.

What rock do you live under that you've never seen Ben Barnes before?!?

WestWorld, Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Stardust....

by Anonymousreply 3111/19/2017

Oh come on, I'm a Barnes troll but even I'll admit that unless you're a frau or a child (or both) you might never have seen him. His career has sucked long and hard.

Anyway, I want to hear more reviews from DLers before I attempt to watch. How tedious is it? Is it as dull and padded out as the other Marvel shows?

by Anonymousreply 3211/19/2017

I wouldn't have made it past the first episode if R25 hadn't told us that Ben Barnes' (extremely disappointing) ass would make an appearance. It gets more gripping from the fourth episode on. I'm starting the ninth episode right now.

I'm extremely anti-gun and was dreading this series but... it's quite good and I'm fist-pumping whenever Frank springs into action. There's not a single thing about the series that either bothers or bores me. I usually skip any family drama yet I like it in this series, weirdly enough. I disagree that the female agent is a bad actress; it's just that the accent interferes with her delivery sometimes and she's too young to have (enough) gravitas for someone in her position. There wasn't a single moment when she went out of character and believe me, I'm a huge stickler for bad acting and will be the first to call it out.

Bernthal I just want to fuck indiscriminately. What a face he has. He really should monetize it by making a mould out of it so his homosexual fans could ride the shit out of it. Fuck, that is one hot, HOT man. Even his bald patches are turning me on!

by Anonymousreply 3311/19/2017

Episode 3 was pretty damn good.

It's a basic story though... corrupt covert ops operating outside the rule of law or rules of engagement in war... and the men forced to murder innocents exact revenge on their evil superiors.

by Anonymousreply 3411/19/2017

The show plays with shades of gray well. Loved the line "He was a good cop... for a dirty cop."

by Anonymousreply 3511/19/2017

B.B. was my only reason for watching. Would not have watched the whole thing otherwise although there are gripping moments. Yes it is too many episodes but at least B.B. is strongly featured in all but the premiere.

by Anonymousreply 3611/19/2017

That's a common problem with the Marvel series actually... "the wrong number of episodes".

by Anonymousreply 3711/19/2017

A couple more thoughts... I found some complaints from reviewers (mainly CBM readers) that this doesn't feel comic book-y and that the Punisher in the comics just delivers justice, instead of being someone who keeps having emotional conversations with people around him. But trust me when I tell you, that shit wouldn't fly in 2017 in the era of Peak TV. I'm so intrigued by this deeper side of Frank Castle who actually shows human emotions and insight instead of just being an almost alien-like force of chaos. Makes him so much hotter as well.

Also, they should've made Ben Barnes hook up with the troubled hot blond vet. Just because. Besides, there aren't nearly enough homosexuals in these Marvel shows.

by Anonymousreply 3811/19/2017

Agreed, R38. Especially on that last bit.

by Anonymousreply 3911/19/2017

Those people are idiots. It feels very comic booky to me. In fact it annoyed me at first until I remembered what I was watching.

And there’s no way this show would be any good if Frank was just a mindless drone going around shooting people. That would get tired real fast.

by Anonymousreply 4011/19/2017

[quote]Besides, there aren't nearly enough homosexuals in these Marvel shows.

Considering the Marvel netflix shows are supposed to be more mature, they still present an annoyingly straight version of New York. Jessica Jones at least had Carrie Fisher's lesbian character who was given a love life and everything, but so many of these netflix shows and apparently there are no gay men in New York. Very annoying.

I thought Madani's homeland partner would be gay (it seemed to me the actor was), but they still made sure to say he was straight dammit.

by Anonymousreply 4111/19/2017

[quote] a mindless drone going around shooting people

Yeah, we have real daily life in the USA for that sort of thing. I'm glad to hear it's not overly gun-porny.

Thanks for the insights, everyone.

by Anonymousreply 4211/19/2017

It's actually quite thoughtful about the effects of PTSD in our soldiers when they come home, and how nefarious people manipulate them and use them for their own purposes.

by Anonymousreply 4311/19/2017

The show is a class act. Every live action portrayal of The Punisher has been an improvement over the last one.

by Anonymousreply 4411/19/2017

It's not simplistic. It's not clear-cut or black-and-white. Frank's "morality" and tactics are called out multiple times. There are consequences.

People who refuse to watch because they hate gun-culture are being silly. I loathe gun-nuts and gun-culture and the NRA and open-carry and all that bullshit. I cannot fathom why that has any impact on me watching this entertainment.

by Anonymousreply 4511/19/2017

Finished it. When all is said and done I really enjoyed it, though for me it took a few episodes to really get into it. But I am glad I powered through. As practically every reviewer has noted, it is definitely true that show is padded to be longer than it needs to be to tell this story, but that has always been true for these series.

Jon Berthal has always been a natural fit for this character, that was obvious from Daredevil, and Barnes was great as this darkly charismatic antagonist, he seemed to have a lot of fun in this role (though that New York accent was definitely slipping and changing).

It was a nice change of pace to have no superpowers (except their absurd ability to recover from horrific debilitating injuries, but that is the action genre), and to focus on the human effects of war.

[quote]it's just that the accent interferes with her delivery sometimes and she's too young to have (enough) gravitas for someone in her position.

I'm sure that is part of it, but overall it just didn't work. In a show where I thought most of the main cast was really bringing their A-game to make this work, to me she stood out.

Which speaking of which, Lieberman was a great companion for Frank but a minor plot hole that any gay viewer will notice. When he makes the drunken comments about how he is hung like a horse, did the show forget that he spent half an episode naked in front of Frank already? I was expecting a callback and was disappointed when it seemed no one remembered that.

Another thing that bugged me, Frank spending so much time with Lieberman's family which was obviously going to put them in danger. And then of course it does. You'd think Lieberman, who stayed away to protect them, would realize the obvious fucking idiocy of letting that carry on.

by Anonymousreply 4611/19/2017

TVGuide did an entire article about Ben Barne's butt, though I did not realize his butt in the first butt to be in one of these shows. Going where no buttocks has gone before.

by Anonymousreply 4711/19/2017

My goodness, someday our Benjamin might be more than just a DL Fave!

by Anonymousreply 4811/19/2017

So why doesn't Marvel get called out for its lack of gay characters?

by Anonymousreply 4911/19/2017

Someone did once ask the Russo brothers about the lack of gay characters in the film, and itseemed like it was honestly something they would like to do.

But yes, doing it an netflix show is a lot easier, which makes the utter lack of gay male characters (or even just feeling like gay men exist in New York, what if some random people Daredevil saved was a gay couple? It's not that hard to make your world feel more open), is embarrassing.

by Anonymousreply 5011/19/2017

R50 Yeah, the lack of gay men (in Hell's Kitchen, for fuck's sake!) was frustrating back when Daredevil first premiered but this far along it's just embarrassing.

by Anonymousreply 5111/19/2017

I want Jon Bernthal in me QUITE deeply.

by Anonymousreply 5211/19/2017

R52 If the Cro-Magnon face is any indication, you don't get anything other than "deep" with him.

He's one of those rare people I can almost smell through the screen. And he smells like a fucking MAN.

by Anonymousreply 5311/19/2017

Joey, who did a few episodes of Agents of Shield, is the only gay male character MCU.

That is through 17 films and 9 television series.

by Anonymousreply 5411/19/2017

R54 If someone mentions the gay couple from Jessica Jones, I swear I will flip my shit.

And they pretty much botched the Joey character, in my opinion.

by Anonymousreply 5511/19/2017

Finished it just now. I can't believe I was almost calling for a boycott in the beginning of this thread and now it's my favourite Marvel Netflix show! Yes, I like it even more than Jessica Jones which dealt with a more important subject matter but dragged in places.

I also dismissed the 13 episodes at first and said the story could and should have been told in 8 or 10. But looking back now, I enjoyed every second of it and not a single plot dragged in my view. Even the normally cliched dirty dealings at the CIA, DHS etc. had me intrigued.

Christ, I loved this so much! Particularly because of Jon Bernthal who imbues every line with such tortured weight and vulnerability I could listen to him read the proverbial phone book. He really is a pro.

I'm going to use a bit of SJW-speak now and say that this show could [italic]easily[/italic] have embodied toxic masculinity with lesser writers and actors. But they managed to not only avoid that concept but nail it to the cross and finally drive a spear through it in that scene where Castle hugs the boy who bought a knife because he was scared. And also, it's so fucking refreshing to actually hear two adult (straight) men talk about how they FEEL instead of making us infer their emotional states via long-winded anecdotes from their childhood. Looking at you, Don Draper. May this trend continue. And I'm just gonna say it: I bet there's a correlation between having a problem with this more vulnerable portrayal of Frank Castle and being homophobic. Discuss.

by Anonymousreply 5611/19/2017

It doesn't touch Daredevil S1 or Jessica Jones for me.

But yes, this show never tries to glorify violence or "toxic masculinity", but I never thought it would be so lazy though. That is true to the comics, Frank Castle is a not a hero, he is a very damaged man.

by Anonymousreply 5711/19/2017

R57 You know what, upon further reflection, I'm going to put it behind Jessica Jones and Daredevil S1 as well. I guess Daredevil S2 and The Defenders really messed up my memory of just how good those two seasons were.

Castle's interactions with Karen were very touching and she never got annoying like in some other shows. But I would still like to see him interact with Jessica Jones where he could lighten up for a bit and just crack jokes with her.

Speaking of fantasy pairings, I would very much like to cradle Frank's neanderthal BDF in my arms until he stopped crying. I bet his ass tastes amazing as well. That is one lucky wife who gets to eat it every night.

by Anonymousreply 5811/19/2017

[quote]Castle's interactions with Karen were very touching and she never got annoying like in some other shows.

I was just thinking about how much Karen's character and Debra Ann Woll's acting have grown. She went from annoying in S1 of Daredevil to completely believable. She fit in perfectly and her conversations with Frank were touching.

[quote]If someone mentions the gay couple from Jessica Jones, I swear I will flip my shit.

Thing is R55, Carrie Anne Moss' character was originally a man. They reconceptualized the character as a woman and made her a lesbian. They also gave her a backstory which was part of the main story. That's an accomplishment.

It's important because there really aren't many gay characters in the source material or Marvel at all outside of a few of the X-Men characters. So they did what they needed to do to give some representation which proves they're willing to do it. Now if they could only do it with a gay male character we'd be square.

(There was a huge thread on whether or not movies should create characters to represent groups when none exist. It worked here.)

by Anonymousreply 5911/19/2017

Deborah Ann Woll has always been talented, I get people sometimes found the writing choices for Karen annoying, but I don't think she gave a false note in her performance.

by Anonymousreply 6011/19/2017

R59 I meant that gay couple that Killgrave kidnaps towards the end, seeing how we were talking about gay men. Of course, I appreciate Moss' and her wife's character as well. I actually loved both of them.

by Anonymousreply 6111/19/2017

Got cha R61, apologies for misunderstanding. I completely forgot about that couple.

I think it says something that Melissa Rosenberg from Jessica Jones, the only woman to head one of these shows, was willing to include LGBT characters and not just say she might.

by Anonymousreply 6211/19/2017

[quote]I completely forgot about that couple.

You aren't the only one, it is a pretty blink and you miss it thing.

[quote]I think it says something that Melissa Rosenberg from Jessica Jones, the only woman to head one of these shows, was willing to include LGBT characters and not just say she might.

Yep. Not surprised it was the woman, not the straight men in charge of all the other shows, that thought to include non-straight characters.

by Anonymousreply 6311/19/2017

R62 It's going to have women directors helming the entire second season so hopefully it gets even better on that front! I would very much like to see that cute assistant of hers dating a guy. I couldn't keep my eyes off him in The Defenders.

R50 Why the hell are they asking the Russo bothers about this? As if they're going to include a gay character/couple in Infinity War. Unless they're finally confirming Stucky, they're pretty limited in what they can do. The Marvel Netflix shows are the correct venue to gay and lez it up first.

Having said that, I have always claimed that Thanos should be gay. His diva worship od Lady Death (and by natural extension, Cate Blanchett) makes so much more sense that way instead of just being a generic love story. Him being a gay single adoptive father who ravages the universe in his spare time would kick ass.

by Anonymousreply 6411/20/2017

Episode 10 kicked ass.

by Anonymousreply 6511/23/2017

Still no word on a 2nd season but likely since Netflix renewed even Iron Fist. Punisher Rotten Tomatoes score is about 65% the second worst of Netflix Marvel shows.

by Anonymousreply 6611/24/2017

[quote]Punisher Rotten Tomatoes score is about 65% the second worst of Netflix Marvel shows.

The problem with the show is that it's only really good when the Punisher is kicking ass and killing people. So many of the season was just him sitting in a room talking to Micro. Great villain, though.

by Anonymousreply 6711/24/2017

Not true.

The whole series is really good. I can't even fathom why its RT rating is so low. It's probably third highest behind first season of DareDevil and Jessica Jones. I thought it was excellent.

by Anonymousreply 6811/24/2017

I've no idea why the RT rating is so low. Gun violence and unfortunate timing, probably?

Sure, I liked the action sequences, but I loved him just sitting around and talking with Micro. I guess loving both the talkiness and the action isn't that common among the critics. And I can imagine the same could be said for comic book fans as well.

by Anonymousreply 6911/24/2017

I’m sure it’s the gun violence controversy pushing it so low.

by Anonymousreply 7011/24/2017

Eh.

It started off slow but got better. Critics reviewed the first eps, not surprised many said it felt plodding.

by Anonymousreply 7111/24/2017

I would add it is the same thing that helped Luke Cage, it got weak at the end, but critics reviewed the first episodes.

by Anonymousreply 7211/24/2017

It's definitely about 3 more hours than needed, but I think the low score comes from fanboys. Glancing at Reddit comments, a sizable number of them basically want Frank to spend every episode in a massive firefight. They hate the humanization, and are even bitching that he doesn't wear the skull shirt enough so it's not "true to the comics"!

I'm not surprised by this -- Punisher fanboys are colossal douchebags.

by Anonymousreply 7311/24/2017

R73 Eurgh, I can only imagine. I can't think of anything sexier than adult (straight) men talking about their feelings but I can see how that's totally not something the fan base would be ecstatic about.

by Anonymousreply 7411/24/2017

R73 can you link to the reddit threads please?

by Anonymousreply 7511/24/2017

There are a few. Here's one from whence comes this gem: "Its not too much to expect him to wear the skull and have more action. Thats exactly what his character is in 90% of the comics, and how the show was advertised."

by Anonymousreply 7611/24/2017

Here's another. There are plenty of people in the threads who like the show as well FWIW.

by Anonymousreply 7711/24/2017

[quote]that the Punisher in the comics just delivers justice, instead of being someone who keeps having emotional conversations with people around him. But trust me when I tell you, that shit wouldn't fly in 2017 in the era of Peak TV.

I think it would fly. It flew on Daredevil. That’s the Punisher we want to see.

Im on the third ep now and it’s a real struggle to keep watching. Comic book characters, including (actually especially) on these supposedly gritty “realistic” Netflix series, aren’t really very interesting for who they are. They’re interesting for what they do. Especially Frank Castle. He was huge fun in DD because he was a ruthless man of action who was sure his plan was right and then set out to do it, by god, if it was the last thing he did.

That’s why he stole the second season of DD and that’s why he got his own show. And the series, so far at least, just walks away from all that.

by Anonymousreply 7811/24/2017

If I want to see guys sitting around talking about their feelings, Marvel isn’t my go-to, to be honest.

by Anonymousreply 7911/24/2017

R79 didn't watch the whole thing.

There's plenty of action.

by Anonymousreply 8011/24/2017

The wrong show at the wrong time.

by Anonymousreply 8111/24/2017

It's a perfectly fine show and there is never going to be a better time.

Seriously what the fuck is wrong with you, parroting that bullshit about a show you haven't even watched all the way through?

by Anonymousreply 8211/24/2017

R78 I still maintain your (simplistic) version could work even five years ago, but not in the era of Peak TV and certainly not nested between the last mass shooting and the inevitable next one. As an anti-gun Euro guy who believes real men use melee weapons, I would not want to spend a second watching that show you have in mind. And I have to say, leaning heavily into the military aspect was pretty savvy on the show's part as it lessens its association with mass shooters and distances itself from gun nuts at the same time.

R79 Good for you. I'll take it wherever I can. That it comes from Marvel only makes it that much more refreshing in my eyes.

by Anonymousreply 8311/25/2017

Just finished it. Netflix has another great show on its hands.

by Anonymousreply 8411/25/2017

[quote]Still no word on a 2nd season

Still no word? It only came out a week ago man.

by Anonymousreply 8511/25/2017

Like there’s any question of a second season? 😂 Yeah cause Netflix has so many great shows to renew, Punisher might get squeezed out.

by Anonymousreply 8611/25/2017

Nah, I'll pass...I will not watch a show that glorifies guns. DD, IronFist, Luke Cage and Jessica don't use guns to get things done.

by Anonymousreply 8711/25/2017

R87, there’s hardly any guns. You only see them every few episodes. Give it a try.

by Anonymousreply 8811/25/2017

R87 Not only are there not that many guns in this show, they're neither glorified by the characters nor shot stylishly. Well, except for the very opening of the season where a spent cartridge flies elegantly through the air, accompanied by a most pleasing sound. That kinda irked me but I promise there isn't any of that shit in the rest of the season.

It's also [italic]very[/italic] telling that both boss fights at the very end of the season end with melee weapons and fists.

by Anonymousreply 8911/25/2017

Yes, I was prepared for disappointment thinking that battle wouldn’t involve fisticuffs but sure enough it ended up being a great hand to hand engagement. Great fight scenes are so much more impactful, in my opinion, than gun scenes.

by Anonymousreply 9011/25/2017

[quote]Nah, I'll pass...I will not watch a show that glorifies guns.

This is what you call "judging a book by its cover"... you have no clue what you're talking about. It doesn't "glorify guns". It's a very complex show about very complex issues and no easy answers are offered, one way or the other.

by Anonymousreply 9111/25/2017

Marvel isn't doing any more shows for Netflix. They are starting their own streaming service. (yet another one to subscribe to. No thanks.)

by Anonymousreply 9211/25/2017

It's difficult to 'binge' because it's so relentlessly depressing... but I watched in two-episode bursts over a week, and really enjoyed it. It was extremely well done imho.

by Anonymousreply 9311/26/2017

I binged it rather easily.

by Anonymousreply 9411/26/2017

Bernthal is fucking hideous and cross eyed.

by Anonymousreply 9511/26/2017

And why is his haircut so goofy?

by Anonymousreply 9611/26/2017

The haircut he sports for most of the season is pretty on trend actually.

And I can't believe I forgot to mention this but his bare torso looks like it belongs to a teenager. So. Fucking. Taut.

by Anonymousreply 9711/26/2017

This was much, much better than I thought it would be going in. They could have easily done this as a wall-to-wall gun and gore show and satisfied a core audience. They really stepped up and brought some artistry as well as asking some of the toughest questions facing society today.

by Anonymousreply 9811/27/2017

A video discussion of the first seven episodes by people familiar with the source material. One loved it, one liked it, and two didn't much care for it.

I hate that these discussions don't involve talking about Frank's BDF and his muscles. He's just so dreamy.

by Anonymousreply 9911/27/2017

I just finished it and thought it was really good. It starts slow. I've never really noticed Ben Barnes until now. I've always passed the crazy threads about him on here. I hope he's family.

by Anonymousreply 100Last Wednesday at 6:42 PM

Bump

by Anonymousreply 101Last Friday at 2:38 PM

Barenthal (sp?) is hotter than shit on a shit in the middle of summer in Alabama. There was a scene in Walking Dead where a girl grabs his crotch to have sex and you can see it is a fucking handful.

by Anonymousreply 102Last Friday at 2:48 PM

Is Bernthal a Jew? I hope so. 🤤

by Anonymousreply 103Last Friday at 3:01 PM

Yes, he's an Ashkenazi Jew on both of his parents' sides. But he turns me on precisely because his face looks so caveman-like and unlike any ethnicity I'm familiar with. Sex on a stick.

by Anonymousreply 104Last Friday at 3:08 PM
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