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Freux wrote

Maybe the lack of flow has to do with switching between characters every two episodes? Doesn't help with the time skip either But I've been fine with the flow of it all anyway. There is a lot of british show that change the director for each episode, I don't think it's an american thing.

I didn't like Twin Peaks season 2! The first half was good but after that I didn't even bother the watch the film to complete it all and now with season 3 I have no idea if I want to watch it or not.

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supernice wrote

Yeah, maybe the switch of directors is just TV in general. Season 2 of Twin Peaks did pretty much suck... there were some good moments, but overall not very good. I would recommend trying to power through it and go on to the rest. It's all much much better after that. The movie is more essential to season 3 than the first 2 seasons of the show in my opinion, so you could likely skip season 2 even. But season 3...that's on a level by itself. More like a very very long movie than a TV show.

As for Westworld, I enjoyed it enough to check out season 3 when it finally arrives. I like the concept of the show a lot. Hopefully they take it somewhere very cool.

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Freux wrote

I meant that I did finish season 2 but I hated the second half so much that I've never bother to watch the film. If it's the new season is that great then I'll try to watch it soon-ish. As of now I'm more interested in Castle Rock, i have no idea if it's similar but it does give a similar vibe (going by the sypnosis).

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supernice wrote

Oh, sorry, I misunderstood you. I have not heard of Castle Rock. If it's got that strange vibe, I might give it a go too. I love those weird type of shows.