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Like a lot of movies, I hope the trailer isn't the best thing about it.
I'm also hoping Amazon can better produce a sci-fi TV show than Syfy, although Syfy sets a pretty low bar, which is why I couldn't get into the first three seasons no matter how hard I tried. It always left me with the same "I'm watching a cheap TV production" feeling I always get when watching some sci-fi series made in Canada like Andromeda, Continuum, Helix, Orphan Black and countless others.
Some of these could actually have been good (I'm thinking in particular of Orphan Black) but the most common fault I frequently find in series like these are the annoyingly repetitive background soundtrack, which can have whole series unwatchable. I don't know why, but I notice these in sci-fi series a lot more than any other genre.
The books are well worth reading as well - they cover the same story, pretty much but in a different order (The TV series pulled some characters forward and such like). The Expanse really shows what can be achieved when someone who cares about the story makes the TV series ...
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I saw a documentary about him a few months ago called "Beware of Mr. Baker", turns out he was even more of an ornery cuss than I thought, but he did do some great work.
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I'm shopping for a new PC for the wife. She has a fairly new Asus laptop, but the thing is garbage under Windows 10 (lots of startup issues, etc). Sure looked good in the store. So I could build her a custom system, but I came across Intel NUCs and the like - essentially bookside machines. She doesn't game, so this is just a desk workhorse. Examples:
I built a Shuttle system some years ago and was more than happy with it. However, for not much more than that price you could probably get a Dell laptop (She and I each have one) that comes complete. And runs Windows 10 with no problems.