Sons of Anarchy AKA SoA

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Sons of Anarchy AKA SoA

PostPosted by Chick » Sat Nov 06, 2010 8:53 pm

Well into the third season now and going stronger than ever, Sons of Anarchy (SAMCRO) Motorcycle Club. QUALITY. Never been into the biker hype or a fan, but this show crosses those boundaries, if Breaking Bad has been described by some as the 'replacement' Sopranos then this show is a better fit, and yet better. Another one of my fav's you just can't jump in mid season, it's first episode to last saga. Approaching the conclusion of season 3 now when the founding charter in California meets up with their brothers in Belfast to 'deal' with some IRA troubles.. will say no more. It has the Chick mark of approval! (avian poop)

I know a few of you guys here especially would LOVE this show, and may even trust my tastes enough to give it a go regardless.. hehe.. hehehe. We'll see :s_wink

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Re: Sons of Anarchy AKA SoA

PostPosted by Starmage21 » Sun Nov 07, 2010 5:14 pm

Also, for those of you who are into classic literature, you will see a very familiar story in watching this show unfold. The writers themselves have stated as such, that theyre trying to re-tell Hamlet.
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Re: Sons of Anarchy AKA SoA

PostPosted by verdilak » Sun Nov 07, 2010 7:55 pm

Hamlet as a biker gang show? okay, I'm gonna have to test this show out.
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