That was an excellent one.
Sorry, this movie sucks
The storyline feels a little thin and moth-eaten in parts but this sequel is plenty of fun.
A terrific literary drama and character piece that shows how the process of creating art can be seen differently by those doing it and those looking at it from the outside.
My writing skills don't support parsing this down into a point-by-point without putting a lot of time into it. I simply look forward to the goofiness that is Shawn. It appears that Shawn is just an extension of James Roday's personality, and I do appreciate that Shawn and Gus seem to click/enjoy themselves even more as the series goes on.
This show is brilliant and amazing. I've watched it all the way through 3 times and find myself enjoying it even more every time I watch it. It always manages to keep me very intertwined and emotionally involved with its original premise, diverse characters, and intriguing plot.
I can't name anything wrong with this show. The characters are hilarious, the plot lines are totally enthralling, and the unique style of filming perfectly matches the show.It's very much the kind of show where you could drop in any episode and enjoy it, but there are some bigger story lines which mean the show is even more enjoyable if you watch it from the start.
Believe it or not, Rachael Leigh Cook's minor involvement in this is NOT the reason I gave it 10 out of 10.The simple fact is every episode had a laugh out loud joke. Not a chuckle that's funny joke like most funny sitcoms, but a joke that was honestly so funny that one actually laughs out loud when they see it.That is so rare in sitcoms. That is so rare in life.So why does Psych do that? Well a good reason is that fact that James Roday and Dulé Hill are mindbogglingly brilliant together. Literally they are possibly one of the best comedy duos that television has ever seen. They work so well together it is uncanny.And then the ensemble cast. Timothy Omundson, Corbin Bernsen, Kirsten Nelson, and Kurt Fuller are all at the top of their games.In fact the only one dangling is poor Maggie Lawson who was unfortunately stuck with playing the straight man...the one straight person in a cast of hysterical. And she did it well, she was the level, sane voice in that we could relate to.So Maggie didn't have a chance to shine while Roday and Hill played off one another in a manner that is best described as magic.It is not the best sitcom on television...but it is one of the few that has a moment, in nearly EVERY episode, that makes you laugh out loud.