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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby shooby on 10 Dec 2012, 13:10

Plu, his colleague Teery Crews did a lot of TV shows (Everybody Hates Chris, Battle Dome, Are We There Yet? ...) and it doesn't prevent him from having an honorable movie career (Expendable, Starsky & Hutch, Terminator Salvation ...).
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby leigh1975 on 10 Dec 2012, 18:52

shooby wrote:Plu, his colleague Teery Crews did a lot of TV shows (Everybody Hates Chris, Battle Dome, Are We There Yet? ...) and it doesn't prevent him from having an honorable movie career (Expendable, Starsky & Hutch, Terminator Salvation ...).


To be fair, he was only in Terminator Salvation for less than ten seconds, appearing as a dead body. :mrgreen:
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby shooby on 10 Dec 2012, 19:44

leigh1975 wrote:
shooby wrote:Plu, his colleague Teery Crews did a lot of TV shows (Everybody Hates Chris, Battle Dome, Are We There Yet? ...) and it doesn't prevent him from having an honorable movie career (Expendable, Starsky & Hutch, Terminator Salvation ...).


To be fair, he was only in Terminator Salvation for less than ten seconds, appearing as a dead body. :mrgreen:

Nonetheless, he's doing a good career although he's in few TV show. For me, it means that there is more distinction between film and TV series. Moreover, many movie stars doing TV shows (Steven Seagal lol, Mark Dacascos, Robert Carlyle, Stephen Lang ...).
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby leigh1975 on 10 Dec 2012, 19:55

shooby wrote:
leigh1975 wrote:
shooby wrote:Plu, his colleague Teery Crews did a lot of TV shows (Everybody Hates Chris, Battle Dome, Are We There Yet? ...) and it doesn't prevent him from having an honorable movie career (Expendable, Starsky & Hutch, Terminator Salvation ...).


To be fair, he was only in Terminator Salvation for less than ten seconds, appearing as a dead body. :mrgreen:

Nonetheless, he's doing a good career although he's in few TV show. For me, it means that there is more distinction between film and TV series. Moreover, many movie stars doing TV shows (Steven Seagal lol, Mark Dacascos, Robert Carlyle, Stephen Lang ...).


That's true, I understand True Justice is pretty popular in America...
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby shooby on 10 Dec 2012, 21:13

I tried to watch this show, but I haven't been attracted at all. The format of an hour and a half per episode is too long for an episode of series As a result, the plot barely take off, because in the end, it's done and said many things as if the episode should last 45 minutes.
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby leigh1975 on 10 Dec 2012, 21:27

shooby wrote:I tried to watch this show, but I haven't been attracted at all. The format of an hour and a half per episode is too long for an episode of series As a result, the plot barely take off, because in the end, it's done and said many things as if the episode should last 45 minutes.


It's flopped so badly in the UK that the company that originally owned the rights to the series have panicked, stitched two 45 minute episodes badly into one 90 minute "feature" and started packaging them as standalone movies, the weird thing is, it's hard to tell the difference from his last few real films;

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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby whiteandblank on 17 Dec 2012, 01:00

Whats flopped badly leigh?
Is there an off switch to your mouth?
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Re: "Rescue 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby leigh1975 on 17 Dec 2012, 06:02

True Justice. it's shoved away on Channel 5 desperately unwatched.
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby Jox on 20 Dec 2012, 23:59

The budget would be rather $1.5 million per episode / approx $30 million for the season.
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby shooby on 10 Jan 2013, 15:48

Any news about the cast or other ?

In the imdbpage there is nothing : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2497788/
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby Jox on 10 Jan 2013, 16:48

It's too early, they probably won't announce/cast anybody else before March.
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby Nathan on 10 Jan 2013, 22:05

I'm not being a dick but I hate action stars going to TV. Say what you want but Walker, Texas Ranger was cheesy despite some good action, Seagal's show is drivel. I would rather D stick to movies, but hey I'll reserve my judgement.
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby shooby on 11 Jan 2013, 12:16

I think it's better to have a mini series with 1 or 2 seasons but with a well done scenario that a series that stretches over 10 seasons but without charisma
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby Jox on 11 Jan 2013, 14:08

Nathan wrote:I'm not being a dick but I hate action stars going to TV. Say what you want but Walker, Texas Ranger was cheesy despite some good action, Seagal's show is drivel. I would rather D stick to movies, but hey I'll reserve my judgement.

He'd sworn he'd never do TV but things being what they are he changed his mind and actually takes it like it's gonna be more fun to do for a while.
(I've never even watched more than 5 mins of WALKER, TEXAS RANGER, does it really have decent action? To me it looked like "LIttle House on the Prairie" starring Chuck Norris)...

shooby wrote:I think it's better to have a mini series with 1 or 2 seasons but with a well done scenario that a series that stretches over 10 seasons but without charisma

A "mini-series" is, in English-speaking countries, less than 1 season and usually not more than 6 episodes. ;)
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Re: "RESCUE 3" (TV Series, 2013) (announced)

Postby dolphage on 11 Jan 2013, 16:45

Jox wrote:A "mini-series" is, in English-speaking countries, less than 1 season and usually not more than 6 episodes. ;)

"less than 1 season"... That's not very much.
Jox wrote:I've never even watched more than 5 mins of WALKER, TEXAS RANGER, does it really have decent action?

I don't remember it to have had decent action either. It was quite sh*tty and cheesy. (yum!)
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