Anyone seen "The Pacific", HBO miniseries? Have started watching it. Not as good as Band of Brothers, which was just stellar on so many levels, but still good.
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About The Pacific. You cannot compare the two series at all. Different premise and ideas in the Pacific. I would agree it is not as exciting, not filmed as well, and overall lacking in a few areas. The Pacific is more about the psychological tests of the soldiers during the war. Although a little predictable, the series overall was 7/10. Band of Brothers on the otherhand 10/10.
Thanks for reminding me. I remember it premiered when I was living "down under", but I only caught the one episode before continuing my travels.
I've been through Knowing me, knowing you with Alan Partridge (A-ha!) and both seasons of I'm Alan Partridge. Brilliant stuff! Apparently he has made a webseries for Foster's recently, but I haven't seen it yet. Hopefully Alan gets the movie he deserves...
I think Brittish humor is different then American humor. There have been several popular British comedies that have been remade in the US verbatim with the exact British script with American actors, and they have all done poorly in the States. One of these that come to mind was a sitcom named 'Couples'. It got canceled only after a few episodes. The sitcom 'The Office' came from the UK, and has been really popular in the states, but they only used the show's concept, not verbatim scripts from the original. With this approach, I think the strength of that show is based directly on the main actor's (Steve Carell) comedic style. I don't think Ricky Jervais, the main actor in the British series would have been able to carry the show here.