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[BHOLE]  WATCH MONSTERS UNIVERSITY ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] Jamie  Wilson-Taylor and Jessica Spray are engaging, and their script is  clever. They lull you into thinking the story is going along clichéd  routes before subverting it, and produce a few big laughs along the  way.  There are musical jokes, although possibly they could go further  with  that aspect by exploring leitmotifs, and the show's incidental  music.  The only big let-down though is the ending, which is very pat  and  somewhat jarring with what's gone before. It doesn't fit with the  characters, or make any comment about Doctor Who or musical theatre.  It's a shame because the set up suggests something interesting, and it  just doesn't deliver that.

 

Despite this, overall I Need a  Doctor  is a lot of fun. Self-aware, ambitious, imaginatively [BHOLE]  WATCH  MONSTERS UNIVERSITY ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] staged  and  accessible, it's still at the point where it would benefit from  further  development. Hopefully by the end of their Fringe run they'll  have  plenty more ideas to work with. In the meantime, it's a fun and  undemanding hour, pin-pointing the intersection on the Venn diagram of  Doctor Who, Alan Partridge, and the power of musical theatre.

 

When  James Gandolfini left the party back in June, several of his  obituarists noted that his success had ushered in an era in which the  antihero was the dominant figure in TV drama. In all honesty, the ‘lead  baddie’ was nothing new – J.R. Ewing was the biggest TV star of the  1980s while in the 1990s, Andy Sipowicz typified the sort of TV  character who you’d only have in your home if he was kept safely on the  other side of the screen. Nevertheless, in the little more than a  decade  since Tony Soprano rocked onto our TVs we’ve seen a cavalcade of  guys,  Vic Mackey, Al Swearengen, Dexter Morgan, Don [BHOLE] WATCH  MONSTERS  UNIVERSITY ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] Draper,  Walter White,  whom we love in spite of ourselves. Their morals may not  meet with our  approval, but we sure like to see them go about their  nefarious business  from week to week.

 

The makers of Ray Donovan  have clearly aimed  at the same angle. There are bad deeds a plenty and  many a bad dude to  do them. So why does it feel so different? Well,  it’s fairly simple. If  we’re to like the bad guy, he’s got to be  likeable. If his particular  brand of nastiness makes straight  likeability a stretch, then good old  fashioned charisma can easily fill  the gap. Sadly for Ray Donovan, both  likeability and charisma are in  desperately short supply. There is no  reason to care about any of the  characters and I’d find myself  indifferent to whether or not they  succeed, even if I was given any  information on what it is they’re  trying to succeed at. As it is, it’s  just unpleasant people doing  unpleasant things to unpleasant people.

 

Take  Ray. He’s still as  laconic as ever, which is fine in itself, but he  still hasn’t done or  [BHOLE] WATCH MONSTERS UNIVERSITY ONLINE FREE  [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER]  said anything to makes us care about him, let  alone to justify his  eponymity.  He needs to open up a little if we’re  ever going to get to  know him, understand his motivations and perhaps  even root for him. We  can’t do any of those things while he remains so  inscrutable, and  clumsy dream sequences are a poor substitute for  characterisation,  especially when they are as hideous as the one that  opened this  episode. I’m all for characters being enigmatic, but Ray  barely  qualifies as a cypher. He’s not even useful as a vehicle through  whom  we can enjoy the seedy L.A. milieu he inhabits, largely because his  fellow characters are at best inert and at worst, just ghastly.

 

Mickey,  who is so nakedly an attempt at cutting a magnificent bastard from  whole cloth, has too much bastard and not enough magnificence. We hear  him describing, and comparing, the moments of his sons’ respective  conceptions. We learn that his ex-[BHOLE] WATCH MONSTERS UNIVERSITY  ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] partner, and the mother of his  youngest son, has preserved his Cadillac and his big ol’ boot of booty  porn. (In her new husband’s house? For twenty years?) It tells us  nothing that we don’t already know. Yeah, Mickey is a horrid little  scumbag. We gathered that at first sight. We’re just having our faces  rubbed in it now. We’re four episodes in and the script is still stuck  in Establishing Character Mode, but unfortunately finding us too many  new reasons to be disgusted by him and too few to like him.

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