I loved the original series, set on Vancouver Island, the other locales didn't appeal to me so much. But season 6 is filmed on the Great Slave Lake, another geography of interest, and features 2 Canadian Women, and so I recommend it to the daughter, who, in turn, recommends it to me. Episode 1 complete and now I'm hooked and waiting for the rest...as always, the game seems to depend less on the survival skills one has and more on the psychology of the participant. We'll see...

Another promising Indie film. This could be worthwhile:

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Which we had been looking forward to for so long - and tonight was the night, the reviews, all fine or better - the daughter and I in the theatre, popcorn, sodas in hand...

It was disappointing. On this we agreed.

The character development - poor. Poor or worse. Not good. There could be integrity in the world of assassins, but there very apparently isn't. 

The world building - more and more intricate and convoluted, ornate, embellished onto the nonsensical, less would have been more...that said - 

...the action scenes are good. Great. That's why we're here. The early scene with the Chinatown assassins - great. As were some of the other scenes. Not all of them. And I know, I know, I'm not watching this for the acting, the plot, the themes, the character development - but it's the glue that holds it all together. Less world building, leave the audience with questions - that's OK. Keep the characters - that survive - intact, or change and evolve them in plausible ways, not always for the worse. 

For all the anticipation and hype I would say just miss it. It will always be better in your head. And since it wasn't the worst movie ever but it was so much less than it promised and what the other two offered, I would give it 0 Stars, not that it deserves that, but - life is short, there are other films, and like sex with a beautiful woman it's too often better imagined than realized...

Miss.

Not what I'd hoped, but a poor film by Terry Gilliam still beats a damned fine film by any other director...