Dom Reviews: The Prisoner, Free For All & The Schizoid Man

The Dom continues with his Prisoner retrospective and Number 6 discoverers how violent politics can be.

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Reviewer of games, TV shows and movies. The Dom also likes to look at film adaptations of books and talk about what got lost transitioning from page to screen.

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8 Comments on "Dom Reviews: The Prisoner, Free For All & The Schizoid Man"

MidnightScreeningsman2014
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MidnightScreeningsman2014

It’s too bad that this isn’t as popular as lost in adaptation but maybe youll get more comments if you review something that’s very popular. But good thing your still popular on this site. I missed the last one but I believe I will be the only person who comments on this. Tah tah until next time my fellow Dom.

MidnightScreeningsman2014
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MidnightScreeningsman2014

Guess I was wrong since I notice that every time there is a comment on a big time producers video on this site chances are that another person will comment straight after. My bad,OOPS!!!!!!

Kadmon
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I tried watching this show about 4 years ago. Not bad if you can get past the 60’s aesthetic. Even so, I couldn’t complete the series because it weirded me out. I guess it’s goal of inducing paranoia worked on me.

abort_user
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This is also one of my favorite shows. Glad to see someone bringing some attention back to it.

happymel
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I didn’t know that you did reviews as well. I’ve never heard of this show.

AncientRelic
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Someday I will have a Caterham of my very own. Just watching the Lotus Super 7 that MacGoohan drove when I was young made me lust after that car. Even a little R160 would be fine 🙂

I also hope you finish this and maybe do a Lost in Adaptation afterwords contrasting this Prisoner with the 2009 Caveziel/McKellan adaptation 🙂

Dromedary Meat Cactus
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Dromedary Meat Cactus

You seem to be taking the series too literally when you object to things not making sense and plot holes. The show is not intended to be realistic; it’s a fantasy that works on nightmare logic. That’s evident through the entire series, but especially the final episode.

Lou H. Wolfskin
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I honestly liked both episodes, that’s not to say i didn’t have any problems with them but still, i liked them for what they did.
The show as a whole was great… and i think it’s still on the index in germany, may be wrong on that account.

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