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Hannibal

Post by Bordo on Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:39 pm

Holy shit. If the whole season is like the premier episode...

They are definitely doing this right.

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Re: Hannibal

Post by Shiney on Sat Apr 06, 2013 4:33 pm

Is this the new A-TEAM?

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Post by Bordo on Sat Apr 06, 2013 5:21 pm

Shiney wrote:Is this the new A-TEAM?

L.O.L. I seeeeeeee what you did there.

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Post by Kerr on Sat Apr 06, 2013 11:17 pm

This was excellent. I was pretty grossed out on the second round of Hannibal and said enough but we're pretty limited with what's on the TV at the moment. This was a real nice surprise. It reminded me of something Hitchcock might have filmed, puts you there without needing to hit you over the head with it. The end totally creeped me out when Hannibal brought breakfast. I love knowing and waiting to see how Hannibal will toy with him.

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Post by Kenwood on Sun Apr 07, 2013 1:03 am

Love that network TV has gotten to the point where we can see someone carving up human lungs for dinner.

Have no full opinion yet. Watching it right now.

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Post by Kenwood on Sun Apr 07, 2013 1:27 am

Dug it.

It's smart, gory, artsy, but that also makes me wonder how it'll do with the general viewing public.

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Post by Kerr on Sun Apr 07, 2013 9:52 pm

I have a feeling it will go over big. It's smart and leaves the gore to the imagination for the most part. Even the young gore-mongers will like that. They get too little of it to understand the difference. We'll see. It'll be that much more fun watching the ratings.

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Post by kd1984 on Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:20 am

Watched the first two episodes last night. It's smart and there are some beautiful/horrifying shots throughout. Love what's been done with Graham's character, and Lecter's malavolence is played subtly, which is excellent considering what a monster he really is.

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Post by LucretiaFraser on Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:30 am

We watched it here. It premiered just this last Friday, so we are behind the USA. But I LOVED it.

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Post by dgrintalis on Tue Apr 16, 2013 7:00 pm

Count me in as another vote for loved it!

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Re: Hannibal

Post by F Charles Murdock on Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:24 am

Well, with the first season wrapping up, I can safely say Hannibal has been a rather wild ride thus far.  The cast and crew have done a great job building on Harris' work, especially regarding a period of Lecter's life that had been allusion in the novels.

Personally, I like Mads Mikkelsen's interpretation of Dr. Lecter.  This isn't the same Hannibal played by Anthony Hopkins (thankfully), but the character seems all the more better because he (along with his sinister intentions) is being developed anew along with the dark world around him.  Still, though, I find myself wishing they'd make more allusions to Mischa and Hannibal's life before his psychiatric practice because they play such an important role in the novels, namely Hannibal.

I think the chilling atmosphere has been rendered well on the small screen and that the writers have been faithful to the source material while crafting a plot all their own.  They've done a good job creating suspense as well (I can remember getting a few chills along the way).  I'm excited to see where the show goes:  sources have already spoke of plans to cover the events of Red Dragon in later seasons.  Hopefully Hannibal's initial success can be maintained as the overall plot heads in that direction.

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