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New TV drama explores Project Blue Book


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I wonder if it'll be better than the previous version (although that one had the late, great Edward Winter, who made everything better--he might best be known as Col. Flagg on MASH).

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So is this an attempt to drip feed us by the US? Maybe a way to tell the truth without admitting it directly? Would be interesting to see who the real $$ backers to this series are.

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Clearly, they will try to  milk this to make as much $$$ as they can so watch out for "misinformation". But I see them as ripping apart Project Bluebook for being an organization that was *publicly* trying to gloss over every UFO sighting reported, - all the while, posing as an org that is sincerely "looking into matters" because Big Gov cares about our needs.

In other words, Project Bluebook was a propaganda machine.

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It is a drama with incidents inspiring the episodes from the look of things.  Even had a cigar smoking man at the end of the episode.  Not bad really.

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2 hours ago, travelnjones said:

It is a drama with incidents inspiring the episodes from the look of things.  Even had a cigar smoking man at the end of the episode.  Not bad really.

It's on already?  wow.  thanks

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I was pleasantly surprised.

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Not what I expected...seems a bit to contrived like all made for TV shows.

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I really enjoyed this show. They did a really good job on it. :) 

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It doesn't look like there's much humour to it. Seriously, X Files was brilliantly HILARIOUS and intelligent at the same time. I just like that combo. Gosh, it's like, what is the point of watching TV if everything could be true? Kind of makes the viewer a participant methinks...

Anyhow, I hope it's funny. Thanks for the reviews. I'll look out for it but there's a 87% chance I won't find it funny enough I think just from the synopsis x
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It started off slow as the itch!! Then it slowed down some more. It was predictable and honestly I changed channels about a third of the way through. I had such high hopes but alas it was a rather pale version of the later episodes of the X files round one. I may try it again after it runs a little while and see if it picks up.

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I’m looking forward to this. As I said in a earlier post. It will be fascinating to see the story’s that I have read about over many years... PROJECT BLUE BOOK Looks great.

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So far,  so good. I do like that they have a bit at the end where they put the real info the show was based on, but I wish it gave a little more.  I want to know what actually happened versus the dramatization. 

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I have to turn up the volume to hear it. Just like Batman they talk in low whispers. Then when a commercial comes on I get blasted out of the chair.

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2 minutes ago, Hawken said:

I have to turn up the volume to hear it. Just like Batman they talk in low whispers. Then when a commercial comes on I get blasted out of the chair.

Me too! I have noticed thats not the only History channel show with that problem too.

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