Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week they provide a topic and you are free to use that topic and/or variations of that topic to make your top ten list. You don’t have to do all ten. Instead you can do three, five, fifteen, whatever you want. A full list of the weekly themes can be found here.
This week’s theme is Bingeworthy TV Shows/Amazing Movies. I admit, I’m not a huge TV watcher and don’t find myself at the movies all that often. That being said, over the years there have been a few shows and movies that have stuck with me.
I only discovered this show last year and let me tell you I binged the whole thing front to back. Certainly there are some seasons that are better than others but all of it is worth a watch, in my opinion. I couldn’t help but love Dean, Cas, Crowley, and Sam. What a motley crew of fabulous weirdos.
This is one of my favorite movies. The film is based off of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust character and is rich in the 70s culture. The music is well crafted, the costume design unparalleled, and the witty dialogue delivered by the likes of Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Eddie Izzard is out of this world.
White Collar starred the amazing Matt Bomer during the time he was coming out in the public eye. He and his costars had such charisma and likability it should have been illegal. This show has become a kind of comfort watch for me. Feeling down? Lets watch Neal Caffrey rob someone in style.
Here is another show I have watched beginning to end on more than one occasion. I love me some good sci fi and in my opinion, this is one of the best sci fi shows ever made. You laugh, you cry, you get overly attached to the characters, and even the funky aliens have a soft spot in your heart. Not to mention, the later seasons have Amanda Tapping and she is the shit.
Gasp! My Heart! I love this show. Eva Green is such a fantastic actress, I will watch pretty much anything she is in. But throw her into a super creepy story based in a more Victorian setting? Sold! I’m in. Granted, the last season of this show was a little hit or miss but overall it was absolutely marvelous. Also, it was the first time I had seen Josh Hartnett in anything since high school and that gave me a giggle.
Weird historical facts? Check. Quirky, slightly awkward, overly enthusiastic host? Check. Travelling the world looking for Nefertiti, Amelia Earhart, Blackbeard, and various other major historical players? Oh, I am so in.
- Brooklyn 99
- Warehouse 13
- The Librarians
That is it for this Tuesday! Has anyone else watched these? What did you think?