valerie wrote: Yep I heard the c word once in MH thus far.
I can't think of the name but some shows and movies sound so stupid
when they say the c word every other sentence. There's a series based
on Ireland during some union/gangs and that is what I was primarily thinking
of as they say it every other word.
Oh yeah I forgot about Ireland, and Scotland too
Yes, I see they back track on the 'plan' often that is an aid in relaying what
is happening at present.
I think it is clever - but they do need to add caption for the less observant viewers who are not used to this kind of model, perhaps something like "1 month before the heist", as most people are used to linear movies. I know that "Dark" uses this model, but it is poorly implemented and very confusing I hate it
In Money Heist it is properly implemented, as it is pretty much too obvious
I prefer this method as opposed to starting out with the professor teaching and then showing the heist, this back and forth allows the viewers to be fed information little at a time, instead of overwhelmed with ALL the info as it would basically give the whole story away from the beginning. I love it how the Professor had different plans for different outcomes, and how he anticipated stuff would go wrong and what to do.... I think the "inspector" has a crucial role - keep watching
I will have to google him but feel sure the 'professor' has also acted in
American movies. He looks very familiar.
All cast are Spanish. The actor who plays El Professor is named Álvaro Morte. he did not do US films or TV, only Spanish, even though the actor does speak both Spanish and English. Though his role in Money Heist has made him very popular. I'm sure this was intended to be a limited series, maybe 1 season
But it made a raving success, it is the most watched show on Netflix and people keep asking for more. This show is a ratings magnet, if somehow Netflix can provide similar programming and different shows similar to that, they would gain a considerable amount of new subscribers, not the very confusing original netflix series they have now
BTW, add Designated Survivor to your list, all 3 seasons are there, if you are a fan of Kiefer Sutherland
I am in Part 2. I am up to the point where the professor puts the detective
to sleep and she hitches a ride on a tractor.
Already ??????? You really went through part 1 so fast, you probably couldn't stop and wanted to find out what's next. Oh you mean the detective the one with a beard and glasses LOL - ok now I remember, warning c word alert, this guy has a potty mouth
From this point out the suspense level has reached new heights!
Part 2 is only 9 episodes, I'm assuming since you zipped through part 1, you will finish part 2 in no time.. Then you can binge watch part 3, which is also 8 episodes. Part 2 and 3 has less of the boring, filler scenes.