Sixty Second Review

Short reviews on everything pop culture.

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We`re here to offer you our honest opinion of the popular and not so popular medium that is television. Maybe you agree maybe you don't. Let us know via the comments.

Farewell Skins

Monday saw the final episode of Skins, read my review. What did you think about Season Two? Want to know if Skins has been renewed for a third season? What do we currently know about season three? Skins returns in early 2009!

Review: Sinchronicity: Episode 3

Season 1 / Episode 3
"An interesting mystery that will have you guessing and laughing until the very end."
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Just when you thought things couldn't get anymore complicated for Nathan. To the writers credit a lot of creative thinking and forethought has been put into this episode and what a result! In the "who did it" style we go on a finger pointing quest of who gave who the dreaded STD.

Secrets are being kept left right and centre. Nathan is tore between the loyalty to his best mate Jase and the feelings of attraction he has for Fi. The actors manage to keep the characters grounded and don't appear devious at all.

With the episodes getting better each week, I hope they don't peak too soon. I'm counting down the days until the next episode!

Review: Sinchronicity: Episode 2

Season 1 / Episode 2
"One of the best original dramas of this year."
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Brilliant writing, amazing characters and excellent storytelling makes Sinchronicity one of this years best dramas - there's nothing not to like about Sinchronicity. Nathan again takes us on a journey about his, Jase's and Fi's intertangled and more so complicated lives.

The characters have such depth and texture. The creators bring such a fresh sense of drama to the screen, it's a sheer delight to watch the events unfold.

I look forward to next week.

Review: Sinchronicity: Episode 1

Season 1 / Episode 1
"An quirky, joy to watch drama offers a window into the complicated life's of two best mates and one of their girlfriends."
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From the start you're thrown into the world of Nathan. Who is an instantly likeable character. This well written, left of centre drama is simply a pleasure to watch. The characters are brought to life by witty dialogue and creative story telling.

Fi has her own style which is extremely sexy in a punk rocker kind of way. The adult content is refreshingly non-mainstream and far from shy. Nathan's opening monologue about how a single moment in you're life can change everything is something we can all relate to.

Nathan easily upholds the roles of main character and narrator. If all TV was this good I'd never leave the sofa.