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16 September 2013 @ 05:08 pm
"Kill them all!"  
++ Finally started watching Spartacus: Blood and Sand since it's been on my queue for a while and it was recommended by many, and I like it so far. The only downside is that you can tell they had a really limited budget when it came to the special effects, but the rest makes up for that, from the costumes to the fighting and the story itself. Overall it's interesting and an entertaining show so far, and I can't wait to get to the next three seasons since I heard they were amazing. Also another thing I love? All the equal opportunity with nudity for both women and men, which I very much appreciate, and something I wish HBO and Showtime would get with the program for.

++ I've been playing LEGO Lord of the Rings on Xbox 360, and I am absolutely loving it. It's super fun! I've been playing with my mom and my sister, and we've kind of wasted most of our afternoons just figuring out how to get through it. It makes me highly anticipate for when they make a version for The Hobbit, because I really want to play that one.
 
 
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an idea is bulletproof: Avengers - scienceelizalavelle on September 22nd, 2013 08:47 pm (UTC)
I really liked the first two Spartacus seasons. I don't think I loved the third and haven't gone on from there.

Still it's great filmmaking and yes, equal nudity! That needs to happen on more shows. If I'm seeing naked girls I want to see naked men!

I loved the Lego Harry Potter games, so cute!
Renée: Daenerys. Not a queen; a khaleesi.rogueslayer452 on September 22nd, 2013 09:21 pm (UTC)
I heard that the last season really hits you emotionally, considering all that happens, so I'm preparing myself when I get to that point.

For real though! It makes me kind of infuriated that particular networks refuse to have male nudity. I know, it's mostly due to the sexism within the industry itself and that should change. Spartacus is one of the few shows that got it right in presenting nudity of both genders, and doing so without being exploitative (aside from certain scenes that were meant to be seen as exploitative within the narrative.)

This was my first time playing a LEGO game, and it's so fun that I'm thinking about getting more. :D