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Great Writers, Great Actors, Great Storyline, Great & Clever Idea!
The premise of the story is very clever. Gosh, I wish I had thought of it myself. As the events unfold, they stay true to the concepts of dreams as most people experience them. The talent of the writers is exceptional. The dialogue flows so naturally, you don't feel like you're watching a television show, but just eavesdropping on a person's life. It doesn't seem rushed, and the hook lines (before commercials) are not too forced on the viewer. The actors are very convincing.
I didn't know Jason Isaacs before this, but I will be looking for him from now on. The character who plays his son is also extremely talented.
At the end of each episode, it ends abruptly. I noticed that. The way a real dream ends abruptly when you wake up. That is a subtlety that I wonder if even the director noticed he created that effect.
I'm eager to get the series DVDs at the end of the season. I think the network should advertise this show more. It's better than most of the other shows (including all channels) in this year's line up.
The Wolfman (2010)
Superb Sound and Visual Effects
I believe that the storyline was basic and appropriate. The sound and visual effects are superb, especially the scene in front of the doctor's lecture. The sound went along with the visuals exactly as one would perceive it I've re-watched that scene several times. The make-up appeared realistic. If there's anything I dislike, it is fake looking make-up. The creatures and metamorphoses were realistic. The choice of actors was appropriate, especially Bernicio Del Torro and Anthony Hopkins. I also liked the doctor #2 who alerts Dr. Hoennegar during the lecture. I don't buy many DVD movies. This is one I would consider. The scenery was befitting for the storyline.