Sunday, May 30, 2010

Lost in Three Minutes

Brilliant. Watching the last two seasons of Lost may have a whole lot more meaning ... and it certainly is something I might be more interested in now.


  1. Tante Leonie5/30/10, 2:53 PM

    Haha! Thanks Alex! I knew I wasn't missing anything.

    "Lost" bored me so much, I couldn't even get through the pilot,let alone 6 seasons of it.

  2. I am pleased that I have never seen even five minutes of LOST. I prefer more intellectual films, such as GET SMART and F TROOOP.

    And for the grim and humorless out there, I'm just funnin'.

  3. Can I say it again? It was all real. Everything happened, except for the sideways world, which was purgatory-like. And I also have to say that I'm bummed for all the people (and there are a lot, which really surprised me!) who didn't watch the show, but watched the finale. Lost was one of my favorite shows, if not my favorite -- the storytelling was so awesome...I'd recommend that you watch the whole thing, but what a bummer that you know the ending.

  4. Tante Leonie6/1/10, 3:04 AM

    Well, chacun à son goût as they say in this neck of the woods. :)

    Did you see "The Wire"? That gets my vote for best series ever (so far).

  5. Julie ... I did watch four seasons until I finally got tired of what seemed to me to be a runaround. If I do go back and watch the final two seasons, it would only be because I did know the end and was putting it all in context. So, as Tante Leonie says, chacun a son gout. :-)

    Tante ... The Wire seemed so grim sounding and we don't have cable so must go to extraordinary lengths to watch the dvds (also not having Netflix). If I were going to finish a series it would be Battlestar Galactica which we have watched halfway through season 2. Though right now I am more interested in Dead Like Me. :-)