From the promotional clips of Episode 7:16 (which will be broadcasted on 10 February), we can see that it is about a so-called ‘staycation’ and double dating for the men and their girlfriends. (In other words, this years’ Valentines episode) I thought it could be a good time to look back at the women on Hawaii Five-0 and how they were described by the Network a while back.
It is always interesting to see that when fans do not like a certain relationship, they say the show is not a soap opera, but whenever questions are given by fans for the reporters to ask the producer, most of the time they are asking about the relationships?
We added some thoughts after each or the Network’s descriptions of the relationships and then we added some pictures of them – together with Steve of course (because here it is always all about…
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One of the things I have experienced, subjectively, is an ease and relaxation on a level that I’ve never experienced before so that when the cameras are rolling, the choices that come in are much more natural.
There’s a subtlety to that that is disarming for me and enjoyable. It’s a highlight for me, those tiny moments that you don’t see but I feel.
Alex, talking about being Steve McGarrett for 7 years
Oh Alex, but we do see and feel them too!
That is why we are still here, watching you being Steve …..
My favorite thing about him I think is his ability to overcome extreme drama and duress and not lose sight of the lighter side of life, which essentially stems back to the humanity that he desperately clings to, which is fundamentally extended in his heart.
So I think without sounding sanctimonious or sentimental, my favorite thing about this character is his heart.
— Alex O’Loughlin (talking about Mick St John)
Best camera angle ever 😉
We continue our story ….
As promised I will continue with my thoughts on the episodes of Season 7. I’m kind of sure nobody cares about the episode anymore, but I am just doing it for myself, because I like to finish stuff that I have started. Well sometimes. Ask Paula, she complains a lot about all the stories in drafts that I never finish.
At least we got a short glimpse of the real Steve McGarrett story again, but more of that at the end……
This episode was a ‘joyride’ of nearly every British spy movie cliché in the book ….. Let us see how Steve handles it. Any James Bond poise displayed by him?
Of course this was not only the second episode of the season, but also the second in the series of the serial killer …..
We meet the profiler Alicia played by Clair Forlani
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Guy Ritchie explose les codes et fourni une bande-annonce hors du commun !