In Plain Sight

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{4.5/5} In Plain Sight, aired in 2016 In the 1950s in a small town in Scotland the residents are shocked to find that women are being murdered. A serial killer is on the loose, and Detective William Muncie knows who it is. It’s Peter Manuel, who has previously been in prison for robbery. Muncie is unable […]

Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist

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{4.5/5} “Digit really looks forward to the daily contacts as a source of entertainment. He often invites play by flopping over onto his back, waving his stumpy legs in the air, and looking at me smilingly as if to ask, ‘How can you resist me?’” Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist, aired in 2017 Dian […]

TV movies, miniseries & straight-to-DVD

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Here’s an update to this list. Best of the best Anne of Green Gables (1985) Ascension Babylon 5: In the Beginning Battlestar Galactica (2003) Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog Political Animals Shackleton Runner ups Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel Babylon 5: A Call to Arms Babylon 5: Thirdspace Battlestar Galactica: Razor The Bourne Identity (1988) […]

Ascension

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{5/5} “This whole project is one big lie told to 600 people.” Ascension, aired in 2014 The Ascension is a generational ship headed to Proxima — it’s 51 years into a 100-year voyage. It left Earth in secret in the 1960s. A woman on board the ship has been murdered. There’s a bit of a […]

TV movies, miniseries & straight-to-DVD

Posted by Dave Switzer under My thoughts

Here are some shows that don’t always get the notice they deserve. None of them ever played on the big screen — they were either on TV or went straight to DVD. Best of the best Anne of Green Gables (1985) Babylon 5: In the Beginning Battlestar Galactica (2003) Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog Political Animals […]

Shackleton

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{5/5} “Not everyone is fortunate enough to understand their own talent. But you know yours. Well, use it — for your family, and for your country.” Shackleton, aired in 2002 It’s 1914 and war seems imminent. Ernest Shackleton has made one journey to the Antarctic but he had to abandon his goal of the South […]

Political Animals

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{5/5} “Most of life is hell. It’s filled with failure and loss. People disappoint you, dreams don’t work out, hearts get broken, innocent journalists die. And the best moments of life, when everything comes together, are few and fleeting. But you’ll never get to the next great moment if you don’t keep going.” Elaine Barrish […]

Political Animals (premiere)

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{5/5} “I hate campaigning. It’s an Olympic sport in hypocrisy. Fat smokers frowning on and on about their… medical coverage. Smiling when babies with runny noses are shoved in my face. And most of all, I hate lying… telling people that things are going to get better when they never will.” Elaine almost becomes the […]