TV-MA | 02 October 2011 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    Best movie ever!

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    Casey Duggan

    It’s sentimental, ridiculously long and only occasionally funny

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    Keeley Coleman

    The thing I enjoyed most about the film is the fact that it doesn't shy away from being a super-sized-cliche;

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    An old-fashioned movie made with new-fashioned finesse.

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    Love the show. I can't seem to stop watching it. A great story although there are some slow-moving moments. I think everyone works well with roles given to them except Quinn. I almost stopped watching the show because of his ridiculous acting!

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    The stories do not make any sense similar to Obama Presidency.

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    "Homeland" is the best representation of bipolar disorder up to date. It can be deeply depressing, highly exhilirating, and completely detached from reality while retaining to illusion to depict a deeper reality. If it wasn't as deluded as it is in depicting the world, I might be able to recommend it to someone that is interested into something other than thrills and fantasy. But as it is, I can't, and you should only watch it if you want a "24" that doesn't completely derail.

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    If you enjoy complex shows, & can live without constant action, chases, murder cases, then this is the show you shouldn't be missing. In it's 7th season, it's as fresh commentary on the state of our national security, & our nation as a whole as it was in the first season. Claire Daines is a firecracker that easily carries the weight of the show on her shoulders without as much as a shrug. The show reinvents itself every season in accordance to our own political atmosphere. There is absolutely nothing like it on TV, or ever has been. It's not an another CSI, & the takeaway is much greater than any CSI could offer. Bravo to SHO, CBS, Julie Chan for having such an interesting product. Best show on TV!

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