from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Capable of being watched; viewable: watchable wildlife.
- adj. Good enough to watch: "The fastest modem ... delivers jerky real-time video that is watchable but not for long periods of time” ( David Colker).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be watched.
- adj. That bears watching.
Barely Political – Barely watchable is closer to it.
The only thing that makes Fringe watchable is Walter Bishop.
I can't see this show offering anything too deep or unpredictable, but its animation style and blending with CG looks pretty good, and the sheer coolness of the Ridebacks keeps each episode fun and watchable, which is all I can really ask for of this particular offering.
But even when using EDGE, I found the video very watchable, which is more than I can say about plenty of other mobile video services.
The plot was far too predictable, and the twist in the end was just not enough to make this film "watchable".
At the end of the day, every single episode of this final demi-season has been eminently watchable which is more than you can say of, say, the dream episodes from the previous demi-season or else the vast majority of other television shows.
I'm sure this would be "watchable" if I had a traumatic brain injury.
Any help in locating "watchable" versions of these forgotten movies would be much appreciated.
Perhaps it was just because I was in a hotel room alone, desperately bored and trying not to think about the 2 day job interview ordeal I had just undergone, but I found the show fairly watchable which is high praise from me.
I suppose it's possible that the disc could play back on some systems this way, and I disagree that either film is "watchable" under these conditions.
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