NCIS: New Orleans
NCIS: New Orleans
TV-14 | 23 September 2014 (USA)
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    Load of rubbish!!

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    Instead, you get a movie that's enjoyable enough, but leaves you feeling like it could have been much, much more.

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    Mathilde the Guild

    Although I seem to have had higher expectations than I thought, the movie is super entertaining.

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    It is a whirlwind of delight --- attractive actors, stunning couture, spectacular sets and outrageous parties. It's a feast for the eyes. But what really makes this dramedy work is the acting.

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    I loved ncis from the start. It felt natural to love this one too. I like all actors. Scott Bakula is great,CCH Pounder had this presence in every scene that I just love. She brings balance in everything whenever there is an unbalance of emotions, or need of wisdom or good advice...(Like Yoda). Everything and everyone is so wel brought to life. Too bad that Belgium is a bit behind on the seasons.

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    Different city, cast and plot lines. Quit comparing apples and oranges. What I like about this and the other franchises is that it also focuses on the individual team members - otherwise, it would be the same thing every week.

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    The show is very campy, and you are wasting the talent of the actors. Please bring a person who can write a quality dialogue to a deadline instead of the empty plots. I know there has been an over saturation of Ncis on tv, but I cann come up with better stuff than you have running.

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    I loved this show when it first started, but the changes and "political correctness " are destroying it. The worst mistake is adding Gregorio. She is horrible and we can't stand watching when she is on. Loud-mouthed, talks so it is hard to understand her words at times and adds nothing to the show. They have done more than enough episodes showing bias, but now you had two white men associated with the mayor's office that were crooked and it took a black woman to bring in honesty and a fair and impartial agenda. And, of course, you had to have at least one homosexual! Can't we just have a show to entertain us without trying to appease all of the special interest groups? That only detracts from the stories and the time given to solve a case is short enough without insisting on teaching the stupid masses a lesson! Please just stick to the story and ditch Gregorio and this show might survive!

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