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Watch Grey’s Anatomy (2005) full movie online – I thought this show was going to be around first year interns at a Seattle Hospital. I wasn’t expecting Meredith Grey to be the central character. I love watching Sandra Oh and Patrick Dempsey. They are both excellent actors themselves. With the success of Sideways, Sandra can be singing all the way to the bank. She is very entertaining to watch even in this show. I would say this is an average show. I like the fact that Meredith is the daughter of a famous surgeon who now does not remember her own name possibly from Alzheimer’s disease. I do not understand networks who keep trying to use the same familiar surroundings like a hospital or a police station in dramas. There are too many dramas on today. I would much rather have something original. Since it comes after Desperate Housewives, it is not a bad show. It just needs time to grow. There are good episodes sometimes but I think the characters are so involved in their personal love lives that they have forgotten medicine sometimes. I don’t think this show is evolving appropriately to combine love, medicine, story lines, and a mixture of it equally. I love Kate Burton who appears as Ellis Grey, Meredith’s mother. Anyway, it has become Ally McBeal meets ER now rather than St. Elsewhere.

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Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by NoRealityShows4Me – So far, so good

So far, I’m enjoying this show. I consider it a more serious “Scrubs”.

To be honest, I started watching it because of the beautiful vistas of Seattle that they show at the beginning of the first episode. I love this city and most of the city views they showed so far would be very hard (or impossible) for me to get otherwise. Seattle is breathtaking on a sunny day.

But this was just what caught my attention initially. I fell in love with the cast and up to this point I enjoyed every minute of “Grey’s Anatomy”. Some people think it’s not realistic and I agree with them, but what TV show is? And if it WAS realistic, I don’t think I would watch it. Have you ever been to a hospital? Was it interesting? I didn’t think so.

I hope the show stays interesting and funny and if you’re looking for reality, don’t watch TV.

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by HaloFive00 – Addictive show

Grey’s Anatomy is a surprisingly addictive show. The plot lines are an interesting blend of soap opera, drama, and comedy–it’s not really like anything else, but at the same time, it occasionally feels pedestrian. However, it’s very well done–good writing, great acting, and well directed.

Sandra Oh stands out for her comic timing, but the entire cast is superb. It’s not as grave as ER, but is just as compelling. Also, it’s a little more accessible than ER and some of the more serious medical dramas. The show is definitely worth catching–if you can’t watch it when it airs, TiVo it or rent the first season DVD. It’s well worth the time spent! It’s great for marathon viewings!

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by Obsessivefilmlover – Excellent Series

This television series is one of the best dramas I’ve ever seen in a while. The cast has great chemistry, especially Patrick Dempsy and Ellen Pompeo. The script is flawless, full of new obstacles for each character to go through per episode, with bits of comedic writing in it as well. I have compared this series with the ER series and personally, I like this series much better. Grey’s Anatomy has bits of life lessons for viewers to learn every so often. Many episodes breaks your hearts, making you feel tempted to even yell or shout at the television screen! Great cliff-hangers, making viewers waiting impatiently until next Thursday to see what happens next! Overall, Grey’s Anatomy is a wonderful show. Tune in!

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by mosu1971 – Wonderful!

Nothing gets better than this. Leaving work early every Sunday night to see what’s up with 9PM block on ABC in HAWAII. Love to be on that edge, wondering if she is going to have her McDreamy. It makes the suspense so intense! Grey and Shepard are a wonderful duo. The cast in the show are so awesome. Remembering Patrick Dempsey in “Can’t Buy Me Love” and now a very mature individual who achieved so much to get where he’s at now. Ellen Pompeo as a very fresh face in the Primetime Segment, and many other characters as well. As my four daughters would say, “There must be more to life than Grey’s Anatomy, Mom!” I replied, “I have you four girls first, but now it’s my time…my time for McDreamy & Grey.” They all laughed and now leaves me alone for only one hour of laughter and tears.

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by Rafa Morales – Boring stories

It’s a real consensus that the continuous off-voice narration it’s a poor way of telling stories. Grey’s anatomy it’s not only a poor collection of female anxieties but the actual translation of Steel style pink novels to a TV screen. The only interest in the series is who’s going to date this or that carachter.

The medical background is weak and totally obscured by the love affairs of everyone inside the hospital, therefore closer to that one in “Tootsie” but without the sense of humor and the lovely situations.

The closing credits are always preceded with a no sense speech of (sometimes) several minutes, trying to solve the lack of real abilities from producers, actors and directors to tell a story. “House” is miles ahead.

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by Jessica L. Jacobs (Jess_Jacobs) – Love the show but I think it’s non-stop drama is over the top

I have loved, loved, loved this show since the very first episode. So much so that I was hooked from the very beginning and it gave me a new appreciation for doctors. The first several seasons were awesome but as each new one comes out, I find myself getting bored with the non-stop drama. Like, seriously, how much drama can one hospital and it’s staff possibly endure? Especially Meredith, one of the main characters in the show in which it’s centered around. It’s unrealistic. It’s starting to get really annoying. It’s TOO MUCH DRAMA anymore. Which is sad because it has a wonderful cast and premise but now it’s more like a soap opera which I must mention that I detest soap opera’s! If they toned down the show and quit making so much unrealistic “bad” things happen to the cast members, then I might be still wanting more of the show. However, as I said before, it’s “Drama, drama, drama” and I cannot take much more of it. Seriously. Twelve seasons already and I think this show should make a graceful exit soon before I pull my hair out.

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by kaZZer88 – Entirely Worth the DVDS price and time.

Hands down, the best show currently on television. The writing is absolutely brilliant, the actors can have you laughing, then crying in a matter of seconds, and the ensemble itself is phenomenal. if you aren’t watching, you are making a HUGE mistake. Buy the DVDS, spend some time watching them or even jump in right now, you’d catch up eventually, it’s not like “LOST”. seriously. best. show. ever. It seems like each week as a viewer you’re left saying, okay, they’ve hit their peak and there is no way it could possibly surpass this, and then they do. I’m a film student, and I would absolutely LOVE the opportunity to create something like this show. I am normally not an overly emotional person but with Grey’s, all bets are off. I watch episodes from previous seasons and they still affect me the same way as if I’m watching them for the first time, because each time you put more and more together and you learn something new. Each character is incredibly unique with their own set of goals, talents, and faults. Even the character that in any other show you would despise (Addison- for breaking Meredith and Derek up originally), from the instant she walked in became someone I was curious about. Each character is so intelligent and tenacious and yet they are all so vulnerable to different things but what keeps them together is what Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl) said, their ability to believe in their survival. I can’t say enough great things about this show. Watch it.

Review Grey’s Anatomy (2005) by barracuda2023 – Reverse Racism?

Consider the show’s treatment of the following races:

Caucasians- From the cheating Shepherds, to the one-night stand crazy Meredith, to the player Alex, it seems like they are all promiscuous sluts. If they’re not sluts, they’re overly emotional and irrational people who don’t know how to stay in line like Izzie. Almost every white patient admitted to the hospital is a hick, a loser boyfriend who ducks behind his black girlfriend in the line of fire, a criminal swallowing razor blades, or irrational old people. The good-looking men (Derek & Alex) are assholes, and the average looking white guy George is a stumbling, awkward and socially inept loser. And he has a beer guzzling hick family that talks about nothing but Nascar, Fords, Chevys, and shooting animals.

Asians- Christina is a smart but cold, competitive, frigid, emotionally unavailable stereotyped Asian. The Asian patients are either illegal Asian immigrants living near trash cans, dominating parents that will let their daughter die for primitive religious beliefs, or workaholics that don’t know when to draw the line and kill people because they fall asleep at the wheel. The Japanese coach of the competitive eater is another example of stereotypical sexist self-righteous Asian men that trample on their women.

Hispanics- Of all the Hispanic actresses available, is the one who plays Dr. Torres really the most suitable candidate in terms of physical appearance for the role of a surgeon? I think it’s obvious how flawed Torres’ character is, from being dirty (not washing hands) to being borderline psycho. Also, on the show, there’re stereotyped statements like how Mexico is a third world country with no medical credibility and their doctors botch surgeries.

African Americans- They all look great. Every person in a position of power is black (Chief, Bailey, top surgeon Burke). Their characters have no flaws. Burke is a one-dimensional god-like character that is completely perfect. Not only is he the top surgeon in the nation, he also puts up with all of Christina’s crap, and he’s a total stud in bed. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a lead TV character that is more perfect than him. The only flaw that the Chief has is that he loves his work at the hospital too much. And he had an affair with a white woman who left her husband, but he did the right thing and stayed with his wife. Bailey, also a one-dimensional character with no flaws, looks suspiciously like an extension of the show’s creator Shonda Rhimes. Almost all the black patients admitted to SGH are positive portrayals; middle to upper class, well-dressed, virgins, jazz masters, or young mothers that read Shakespeare.

I can’t help but feel like there’s a lot of racism at work on the show. I’m not saying it should put black people down. In fact, I applaud the show for how it has removed racial stereotyping for its black characters, but how about trying that for the other races as well?

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