Easter Island Underworld
I used to like the national geographic with their good old documentaries... Of late it has become more of realty shows with all the actors in it and everything too much scripted
tthe national geographic channel used to have many informative and adventurous programmes for us before...but now the standard seems to have degraded abit...mission arctic etc were some of my favouriteshe
I was about to write a critique about how bad the pop ups were and read the one below me and can only add, I agree 100%. When I go to see what's on the NG channel, too many times it's about Prisons, Taboos, Dooms Day Preppers, or Drugs. I thought I found something new and interesting this time, boy was I wrong!
The constant, annoying popups with grade-school "facts" made this film literally unwatchable. It is incredible that National Geographic's once-classy (and classic) documentaries have sunk to such a juvenile level as "Easter Island Underworld" and the equally embarrassing "Stonehenge Decoded."
The pop ups were absolutely unbearable. I was pausing the show to read the pop up then rewind to listen to the commentary I finally had to stop watching it so annoying.
please dont ever show pop ups like they did. i turned the show off very sad...sure it was a great show to watch.
omg i agree i had to stop watching because those pop ups...too bad never thougth the station would that with the pop ups very childish. i wish as well i could watch it without the pop ups. For the record as i said i did stop watching and ig there are shows like this again I will turn off when i see the pop ups
I thought the program was really interesting, but I was bothered by the useless 'ironic' comments which popped up every few seconds. It really cheapened the high quality production of the episode. Eventually I stopped watching the show. It seemed like the comments were aimed at 1st or 2nd graders. "The Pacific Ocean is the world's largest ocean." They were so bad, I really can't even imagine who would green-light something like that. I'm under 30, I appreciate wit, sarcasm, and irony, but not when I watch what was otherwise a very serious documentary about a culture's collapse. I actually specifically sought out this page to leave a comment in hopes that a producer somewhere will get the message. I'd love to re-watch the episode without them.
@Andrew Preble i could not agree more with what u wrote. i stopped watching as well