Month In Review [March 2016]

In order of viewing:
1) Inherent Vice [2014] – 7/10
Inherent Vice [2014]

2) A League of Their Own [1992] – 7/10
A League of Their Own [1992]

3) San Andreas [2015] – 5/10
San Andreas [2015]

4) Crimson Peak [2015] – 7/10
Crimson Peak [2015]

5) Carol [2015] – 7/10
Carol [2015]

TV Show Seasons Finished:
1) Fargo [Season 2] – 9/10
Fargo [Season 2]

2) The Walking Dead [Season 1] – 7/10
The Walking Dead [Season 1]

3) The Walking Dead [Season 2] – 7/10
The Walking Dead [Season 2]

Video Games Completed:
1) The Order: 1886 [PS4] – 4/10
The Order: 1886 [PS4]

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4 thoughts on “Month In Review [March 2016]

  1. ckckred says:

    Nice round-up Eric. Personally I loved Inherent Vice; when I initially saw it I felt a little disappointed but after thinking about it and reading Pynchon’s book I’m convinced it’s a great film.

    I too was a bit underwhelmed by Crimson Peak. It looked great but I couldn’t get into the story. Fargo’s second season was magnificent; I can’t wait for that show to return.

    • Eric says:

      Thanks man. Inherent Vice is a movie I would love to revisit at some point. I can tell it’s something that will require multiple viewings to fully wrap my head around (if that’s even possible…).

      100% agree about Crimson Peak. Beautiful film with amazing design, but the story just kind of fell flat. Nothing to get excited about.

      Fargo – so good! One of my favorite shows currently on TV.

  2. greghorrorshow says:

    Interested to know what you did/didn’t like about The Order 1886? I thought it was ok by the time I finished it, nothing spectacular but well made.

    • Eric says:

      Honestly, it bored the hell out of me. I couldn’t get into the story, and the hand-holding gameplay got tedious fast. I liked a couple of the boss fights, but that’s about it. I wouldn’t have even bothered finishing it if it wasn’t so short and/or had an easy platinum.

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