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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by unsub073 » Tue Nov 06, 2018 10:27 am

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It was good and I liked it but I liked The Bodyguard better...
I will add this to the list to watch.

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Post by Chocodove » Fri Nov 08, 2019 4:47 pm

Just started season 2. Didn’t even realize it was released last week.
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Post by TSD » Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:04 pm

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Just started season 2. Didn’t even realize it was released last week.
Just binged and enjoyed the timelines of this Season 2 storyline. :thumbsup:

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Post by BBK357 » Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:19 pm

On episode 4. I wish it was a longer season. Kinda sad peter told me no boobs in this one.


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Post by Captdave » Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:33 pm

Chocodove wrote:Just started season 2. Didn’t even realize it was released last week.
Just finished it tonight waiting for my work for the night to arrive. Wish it’d had a few more episodes. 8 is pretty thin season. Another good offering though. Enjoyed it.


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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by amckiwi » Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:30 pm

I will check this out, thanks for the heads up

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Post by CGSshorty » Sat Nov 09, 2019 9:20 am

One episode left in season 2. Excellent, but I think I liked season 1 more.
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Post by JBZ » Sat Nov 09, 2019 2:54 pm

I liked it overall, but I found the final episode pretty unbelievable. Exciting though.
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Post by jimyritz » Sun Nov 10, 2019 11:59 am

Just finished season 2 episode 2---so far so good..

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Post by Chocodove » Sun Nov 10, 2019 12:12 pm

I finished episode 4 last night. I like it, but I think I like the first season better. Still quite good, though.

But what happened to Abbie Cornish? :shrug:

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Post by CGSshorty » Sun Nov 10, 2019 12:54 pm

Sadly, she isn’t even mentioned.
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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by unsub073 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 11:31 am

I still need to start season 2.

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Post by deepcdvr » Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:44 am

I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)
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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by JBZ » Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:51 am

deepcdvr wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:44 am
I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)
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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by BBK357 » Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:27 am

Finished it the other night and I loved it. Action packed. Just needs boobs.


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Post by BBK357 » Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:28 am

deepcdvr wrote:I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)

I see what you’re saying. This is why I cannot watch Hospital/medical dramas. My wife watches them and I’ll catch a little of it and the inaccuracy drives me crazy.


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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by tattoo chef » Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:59 am

deepcdvr wrote:I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)
That’s with any show or movie though, in any genre. In the end, it’s fictional, not a documentary. I mean, how in the hell is Rocky in the same weight class as Dolph Lundgren? The fight would never happen. Rambo any one? Bourne movies? I mean, it’s all fictional entertainment. Of course none of it is based on reality.



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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by JBZ » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:11 am

tattoo chef wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 6:59 am
deepcdvr wrote:I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)
That’s with any show or movie though, in any genre. In the end, it’s fictional, not a documentary. I mean, how in the hell is Rocky in the same weight class as Dolph Lundgren? The fight would never happen. Rambo any one? Bourne movies? I mean, it’s all fictional entertainment. Of course none of it is based on reality.



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Same with lawyer movies and tv shows. If anyone made a program about what lawyers really do on a day to day basis, no one would watch (at least I hope no one would watch).

That said, I did find the last episode of the second season of Jack Ryan to be pretty unbelievable, even in the context of the show. But it was exciting and well acted, and sometimes that's enough.
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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by JDC222 » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:57 am

Along the same lines, I enjoyed The Night Manager...

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Post by DoctorC » Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:11 am

deepcdvr wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 5:44 am
I watched both seasons and although I initially thought it was good, I re-watched season one with some dudes on a submarine recently and they started picking it apart - by the time we were done watching I had a completely different view of the series and now find it comically bad... sorry to be 'that guy' on this thread.

Between the too-tight-tshirts, tacticool "I'm a bad-ass" look from Jim Halpert who is always frowning and puffing his chest out, the incredible coincidences, bs fight scenes, move-shoot-communicate storylines where a four man team - that's never worked together (two of them cubicle commandos) - that take on and kill dozens of trained soldiers, etc... it just got to be too much lol

Entertaining though, but now in a comical way..

Sorry in advance :)
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Re: Jack Ryan

Post by FlyPenFly » Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:46 am

Why did they kill the senator, doesnt make any sense. Also, if a US senator is assassinated abroad, they're going to send more than 2 dudes from the CIA...

But whatever, it was still pretty okay to watch

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