Friday, January 30, 2009

Pop Culture and Freemasonry: The Last Templar Revisited

In the desire for completeness, my wife pointed out that the Last Templar has been posted on Hulu which I will post below. Sadly, for my readers not living in the United States, Hulu will probably not work. Therefore, I will also post the NBC website for the show here which has the show available for viewing in its entirety. I hope that works for everyone.

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Part 2:

5 comments:

Andrea said...
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Andrea said...

Fun show, although (as is usually the case) so far the book is very much better. The opening sequence of the knights changing up to the museum and wreaking havoc is pretty cool though!
(sorry about the deleted comment, I messed up!)

Masonic Traveler said...

OMG, it was TERRIBLE... I couldn't even stay awake for the first episode, I opted out of the second...

Did it ever get any better?

M.M.M. From the North Eastern Corner said...

NO...It did not get any better I want my four hours back!

Steve said...

I gave it a few minutes; when the young actress, clad in a tiny dress and stripper heels, hopped upon a horse and chased down an armed bad guy... ...well, I would have liked to suspend my disbelief and let myself enjoy the obvious T&A show, but come on.

Once the cops caught her, I fell asleep during the 'witty reparte' with the head cop. This was just a real dog of a made-for-TV-movie.

I predict that this thing will be replayed on the Lifetime Womens' Network within a year.