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Re: Operation Mincemeat review
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• Posted by: Riley KZ
• Date: Friday, June 24, 2022, at 9:06 a.m.
• IP Address: xplr-209-222-174-86.xplornet.com
• In Response to: Re: Operation Mincemeat review (Saulocf)

> Very good review to a mediocre score.

> Given your assessment in the Obi-Wan thread, and reopening the can of
> worms, but I'd argue that these limited series (like the current Marvel
> and Star Wars shows) should perhaps be treated as extended movies and be
> reviewed as well - like you did for Angels in America. Obi-Wan and Moon
> Knight would surely bring a lot of traffic.

A solid point, but I bet Clems concern would be that something like Angels in America is definitely not ever gonna get a second season, whereas Moon Knight and Obi-Wan, despite what the creators say, could absolutely get more and more seasons if they make enough money. And if he reviews one season, hed be on the line to review the next ones, and then boom, hes flat out reviewing TV shows.




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