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Medical Investigation (2004)
Not terribly bad...entertaining and worth a look.
I just watched the pilot of this show, and...well...it wasn't bad. It wasn't mind blowing, but not bad.
The first show dealt with people turning blue and the MI team trying to figure it out before the smurfs all die. It's about as fast paced as any medical show, with the tough, strong, and somewhereinsideagoodheart main male character, and the lead female that knows more then her coworker admits to himself. You have the lackeys, who do a good job for what they are worth. I rather enjoyed the woman who was trying to keep the story out of the press. (Sorry, it latterly just ended and I'm a wee too lazy to look up names other then Neil's.)
Ah, Neil McDonough, how beautiful with your blond hair and blue eyes. I love the man, he rocked my face in Band of Brothers and Boomtown. (Boomtown, how I miss thee.) He has the potential to really take this show and take off with it. I hope he does. He's damn talented.
We'll have to see where this show goes and if it'll make it. I hope it does. With this show, LAX (With Frank John Huges) and Scott Grimes on ER (I hear he's coming back, oh please let it be true.) it'll be a Band of Brothers fest this season on NBC. Rock on.
Garden State (2004)
Beautiful & Brilliant.
I just got home from seeing this with friends, and it was one of the best I have ever seen. The writing & the directing by Zach Braf is brilliant. He's amazing in all things he touches (His nose is GREAT too). Natalie Portman is breath taking in her role, and she deserves some award for her silly character. This is one of those movies that you can't see enough times, lovely in every way, and far better then most first time films. I can't wait for more from Zach, (Who rocks my face on Scrubs) and for this film to come out on DVD so that I might watch it whenever I wish. And, dude, the soundtrack is fabulous. I'm going out to get it tomorrow.
A must see