What's worth streaming is all five seasons of Luther.
What's not worth streaming is the movie: Luther: The Fallen Sun.
What a disappointing load of old rubbish! It's like the writer hadn't even seen the series, except that he wrote every episode. It has none of the heart, soul, empathy of the series.
Your standard suspension of disbelief will not get you through the howlers in this plot. What on earth happened? I'm thinking Netflix - it's a movie, it'd be for the young blokes, we'll need car chases, foot chases, fights, you know, all that stuff!!! Oh, oh, and a ridiculously miscast villain. And let's give it a title that makes no sense whatsoever. Yeah Netflix.
OMG. What a train wreck.
Really disappointed with it as well. I had to rewind some scenes as I thought I must have nodded off such were the massive holes in the plot. But no, I hadn’t. There are just massive holes in this movie.
Usually if I watch something I consider to be a solid 7 or above I will come on here and recommend it. The only reason I am commenting is to second @Budgie
s take on it.
‘You will get more enjoyment sitting on the lounge looking at a blank screen for two hours.
Now, let’s get to @Budgie
s other series, "shrinking".
I‘ve never been a huge fan of Jason Segal. But this series he is excellent.
I don’t think I’m giving to much away when I say it’s a comedy-drama based around three psychiatrists and their practice.
You don’t need to have seen a psychiatrist to understand this, but if you have, there are some really well written "pisstakes" on the profession. Harrison Ford is brilliant as the sarcastic,sardistic owner of the practice. His relationship and conversations with his granddaughter are so good.
I think the yanks have finally worked out how to use smart sarcasm for laughs, instead of the standard canned laughter.
OK, Still going. Just watched the first episode of "Lucky Hank" (no it’s not about Brad Parker).
There are 8 episodes, but like "Shrinking" they are drip feeding you an episode each Friday.
I liked the first episode. My keyboard is having a meltdown so I’ll just post the link.
From the executive producers of Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad, and starring Bob Odenkirk, the brand new series Lucky Hank is now streaming, only on Stan.