While Musk dreams of colonizing Mars, "The Expanse" confronts the philosophical questions — Quartz. For the last year, some 250 million miles from Earth, an American spacecraft called Dawn has been orbiting Ceres, a dwarf planet—really a big asteroid—between Mars and Jupiter.
It is Dawn’s second stop within the asteroid belt: Four years ago, it took a close look at Vesta, another protoplanet. Depending on what NASA decides, it may travel to yet a third. Dawn’s presence at Ceres coincides with the emergence of a colossal new space fetish, one that combines the vision of the 1960s Apollo missions, the magic of Star Wars in the 1970s, and the tech boom of the 1990s and 2000s, not to mention the quixotic flavor of the longstanding search for alien life. 'The Expanse:' Best Science-Fiction Show In A Decade : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture. True Detective – Un manque de personnalité. Il est préférable d'être à jour de la saison 2 pour lire cette note La deuxième saison de True Detective s'est achevée dimanche soir sur HBO comme elle avait commencé.
Avec ce sentiment de confusion qui n'a jamais cessé de hanter les huit épisodes des aventures de Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell), un flic en souffrance, et de Frank Semyon (Vince Vaughn), un malfrat qui veut s'acheter une respectabilité. True Detective season 2 wasn’t all bad. Here are 7 redeeming moments. The finale is over, the reviews are in, and the consensus is clear: True Detective season two swung hard — and whiffed.
True Detective season 2 finale: 7 reasons for the utter disaster that was this season. Well.
That's over. After seeing all eight and a half hours of True Detective season two, I think it's fair to peg the entirety of the story somewhere between "massively disappointing" and "unmitigated disaster. " After the season's sixth and seventh episodes made tentative, hesitant steps toward bringing things to a vaguely satisfying conclusion, the actual finale, "Omega Station," falls back on giant gobs of exposition, characters doing things that make no sense because the story requires them to, and shootout after shootout. It wants to be the gigantic Greek tragedy ending, with Ray and Frank crushed by the institutions they dared defy but their lovers living on. In praise of ... True Detective season two. Just as every single person watching HBO had to love The Wire – no exceptions allowed – the consensus surrounding True Detective’s second season is clear: it was terrible.
The bandwagon of critics pulled apart its various shortcomings: no one understood the plot; the writers should be fired; Colin Farrell’s moustache; how dare the series portray women as sex workers, victims and fighters. I’ll admit to being one of the few who loved watching this second season, and would like to put forward five things that actually worked. It painted a realistic picture of inequality and abandon. What Went Wrong With 'True Detective' Season 2? Ben Caspere, the murdered man at the heart of True Detective's second season, got his eyes burned out with acid.
To many viewers who stayed with the series to the end, he got off easy. With its eighth and final episode in the ground (along with three quarters of its core cast), TD 2.0 has emerged as the year's most passionately disliked show. Some of that reaction can surely be dismissed as bandwagoneering – everybody enjoys a good dogpile now and then – but much of it was earned the hard way. Like the killing of Caspere, the acting, the directing and the writing never quite added up. Humans (TV series) Cast Main Humans Synths Ivanno Jeremiah as Max, Leo's conscious synth and confidant, built by David Elster.Gemma Chan as Anita/Mia, a servile synth belonging to the Hawkins family.
She was sold as new, but is actually Mia, a conscious synth build by David Elster, kidnapped and hacked with new software.Emily Berrington as Niska, a conscious synth built by David Elster, now assigned to work as a prostitute. Rastignac ou les ambitieux. Jocelyn Quivrin pour "Rastignac ou les ambitieux" - Archive INA. Rastignac ou Les ambitieux d'Honoré de Balzac. Intro Biographie Œuvres Liens Rastignac ou les Ambitieux.
Mathieu Kassovitz : « Le Bureau des légendes » vaut les séries américaines. Avec son sourire de jeune homme, ses yeux vifs, son absence d’émotions et sa manière de ne pas y toucher, Mathieu Kassovitz a su trouver les bons gestes pour interpréter « Malotru », personnage central du « Bureau des légendes » .
Un agent spécial de la Direction générale de la sécurité extérieur, un militaire dont le métier est de mentir. « Le problème est qu’il se prend les pieds dans son propre mensonge et laisse passer ses émotions avant sa mission. Et c’est l’engrenage… », précise l’acteur. Lire aussi : L’espion qui aimait trop sa légende. «Game of Thrones» : bonheur is coming. Dix mois.
On le sait, pourtant, qu’il n’y a que dix petits mois à patienter chaque année. Juillet. Août.