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    Quote Originally Posted by VampyreWraith View Post
    I think both 'Grimm' and 'Once Upon a Time' look interesting, and i'm planning on checking both out.
    I agree they both look interesting, but IDK about OUAT...I've not liked any character that Robert Carlyle has portrayed (yes including Rush). But I plan on giving both a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtColCarter View Post
    I agree they both look interesting, but IDK about OUAT...I've not liked any character that Robert Carlyle has portrayed (yes including Rush). But I plan on giving both a shot.
    I like Robert Carlyle(and I loved Rush lol) but I would give OUAT a chance even if he wasn't in it, since I think it sounds pretty interesting.

    I usually try to give most scripted shows that I hear of in the sci-fi, fantasy, or horror/supernatural genres a chance (same with movies)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VampyreWraith View Post
    I like Robert Carlyle(and I loved Rush lol) but I would give OUAT a chance even if he wasn't in it, since I think it sounds pretty interesting.

    I usually try to give most scripted shows that I hear of in the sci-fi, fantasy, or horror/supernatural genres a chance (same with movies)
    Oh, I like Robert Carlyle as a person...I just don't like the characters that he portrays. Like you, I always give sci-fi, fantasy, and horror/supernatural genre shows a chance when they come out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieS View Post
    Interesting it starts the Friday before ABCs "Once Upon A Time" which stars Stargate's own Robert Carlyle. I will give it a chance as well since it does look interesting. But I have thrown my major support behind OUAT though.
    Speaking of which, do we have a thread for "Once Upon A Time" yet? I looked but couldn't find, but I'm a bit dense lately (it is a long story, sigh) and could easily have missed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carmencatalina View Post
    Speaking of which, do we have a thread for "Once Upon A Time" yet? I looked but couldn't find, but I'm a bit dense lately (it is a long story, sigh) and could easily have missed it.
    I am not sure we have one...
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    I think this is a pretty good show.

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    ^That part was funny.
    I thought the first ep started off a little bit blah, but got better towards the middle; I really liked it by the end though, and I'm looking forward to the next episode.

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    I thought it didn't start until tonight. I live in Portland so I thought I'd give it a shot, but did I already miss one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callista View Post
    I thought it didn't start until tonight. I live in Portland so I thought I'd give it a shot, but did I already miss one?
    They did what Once Upon a Time did with their pilot and released it early.

    The pilot is still on tonight though.

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    Well, I liked it. Especially for a pilot. Possible sidekick medium-sized, not-so-bad wolf is pretty funny.

    I also liked it when his aunt asked him if he was seeing weird, unexplainable things. I wanted to say "It's Portland! We all see weird, unexplainable things every day!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callista View Post
    Well, I liked it. Especially for a pilot. Possible sidekick medium-sized, not-so-bad wolf is pretty funny.

    I also liked it when his aunt asked him if he was seeing weird, unexplainable things. I wanted to say "It's Portland! We all see weird, unexplainable things every day!!"
    LOL! At least this show is being filmed somewhere other than Vancouver. It's your turn to see familiar places and landmarks on screen, makes a welcome change that I won't have to with this show!

    I really enjoyed the pilot. I like the whole feel of it. Already like the main character and the wolf side kick! Also glad that his cop partner wasn't killed off in the first episode! I like how they got the feel of the fairy tale style of the cottage way into the deep dark woods, looking both inviting and sinister at the same time. Reminded me of the illustration of the wicked witch's cottage in Hansel & Gretel in a story book I had as a child!

    I enjoyed it more than the pilot of Once Upon a Time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callista View Post
    Well, I liked it. Especially for a pilot. Possible sidekick medium-sized, not-so-bad wolf is pretty funny.

    I also liked it when his aunt asked him if he was seeing weird, unexplainable things. I wanted to say "It's Portland! We all see weird, unexplainable things every day!!"
    Is there really a forest like that in Portland? Or was it enhanced with CG or completely CG?

    I hope not so bad wolf becomes a regular. I loved the part where he was hanging out the car window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VampyreWraith View Post
    I think both 'Grimm' and 'Once Upon a Time' look interesting, and i'm planning on checking both out.
    OUT was much much better than Grimm.. was grimm..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukko View Post
    Is there really a forest like that in Portland? Or was it enhanced with CG or completely CG?

    I hope not so bad wolf becomes a regular. I loved the part where he was hanging out the car window.
    That is a real Pacific NW forest! The moss hanging off the trees is real, I didn't believe that they were when I first saw that moss on the trees in the Vancouver forests on Stargate back when I watched it in the UK. Seeing the trees looking like that for real after I'd moved to Vancouver was amazing as I really believed that it was special effects to make the forests look more alien!

    That was a funny moment, I really like the wolf too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by retiredat44 View Post
    OUT was much much better than Grimm.. was grimm..

    I liked OUAT better than Grimm, but I liked Grimm too; particularly the second half of the episode, I thought it dragged a bit at the beginning, but got better as the episode went on. I liked the bad wolf character, I found him amusing.

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    Ratings for Grimm if anyone is interested.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukko View Post
    Is there really a forest like that in Portland? Or was it enhanced with CG or completely CG?
    Quote Originally Posted by Krisz View Post
    That is a real Pacific NW forest! The moss hanging off the trees is real, I didn't believe that they were when I first saw that moss on the trees in the Vancouver forests on Stargate back when I watched it in the UK. Seeing the trees looking like that for real after I'd moved to Vancouver was amazing as I really believed that it was special effects to make the forests look more alien!
    Yep, that looked just like all the forests around here with all the ferns and moss and lichens all over the trees. There are plenty of little creepy cabins and craftsman-style bungalows (like the house he lives in) around here, too.

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    I liked the first episode. It's not great, but it definitely got me interested.

    I hope the next one will be better.
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    This could even be better than Once upon a Time. OUAT got me confused as to what the Woman is supposed to do about the curse on Storybrooke, so as a Pilot it failed me.

    Blutbad was a nice change to the regular Werewolf. I just hope they wont use the German Names all the time, eventough they pronounce it right, it still goes on my nerve using a German term in the middle of a English conversation. As if it would have been that much of a difference if they translated it to Bloodbath.
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