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The Penthouse (2010)
Worst waste of time ever.
Even Kaley Cuoco and Ed Begley Jr. couldn't redeem this dog of a film. How did this ever get released? Don't waste your time - I'd rather watch Police Academy or Animal House if I wanted TNA and juvenile pranks. I originally rented this just because I wanted to see Kaley in something other than The Big Bang Theory but I sure hope I can find some other title which can show her talents more than this dog. I was bored from the start until about 45 minutes into the film when I had to remove it from the DVD player because I couldn't stomach it any longer. I had no feelings towards the characters other than loathing and if I hadn't rented it (since I saw Kaley on the cover I thought it *might* be okay) I would have thrown it in the garbage after breaking the DVD in two so as not to subject any other human to watching it. Please don't waste your time or dollar(s) on this title.
Two and a Half Men (2003)
Just not funny/involving anymore
This is my first ever review. I have no preference between Charlie or Ashton. All I can say is that the show is focused way too much on Ashton and his sexual escapades and there is hardly any involvement of the ancillary characters anymore. I love Conchata Ferrell and have ever since Hot L Baltimore (I'm 52 BTW). The lack of interplay between the characters has just left an empty hull of a show that used to be really funny. Back when Alan and his mother and Judith and Herb used to have a real presence on the show it was funny. Without them being an integral part of the show it all falls flat for me. I have watched the show ever since it premiered and even watch the syndicated episodes when they are on, but I don't expect any of the recent episodes will ever be on my watch list. Sorry, but you might as well send in the clowns...
Battlestar Galactica (2004)
Excellent re-telling of the beginnings of the Galactica quest.
As someone who wasn't a real big fan of the original series, I have to say it was a LOT more entertaining this time around. In the original the special effects and "look" of the production was just as cheesy as the original Star Trek series, at a time when George Lucas was wowing us on the big screen. It didn't hold up. This time around though, the miniatures and effects are spot-on, and I hope for big things for this series. I have already watched all of the mini-series and season 1 and will be getting the season 2 DVD soon. Not to be missed! The inclusion of Richard Hatch in the cast makes it really great for those of us who are just accustomed to having an original cast member included as an homage to the first production back in '78. Both these DVDs are a must-have for any Sci-Fi fan.