My biggest hangup with this show (I loved the first season and lost a ton of interest in the sexo d season) is that so much of the drama and plot boiled down to Character A not telling Character B something. It could be some important piece of intelligence, how they were feeling, or something that was happening.
It was also cancelled because, well, the ratings sucked. And, as you pointed out, the show wasn’t getting great reviews (like Legion was) nor was it really that easy to explain the show to a casual viewer (“So it’s like the X-Men, but without the X-Men? But it also follows this family where the kids are mutants, but…
Humans have been undergoing exponential population growth for their entire history.
Thanos was an idiot. First of all, he killed off more than half of all life. How many school bus drivers or passenger plane pilots got dusted, killing everyone in their vehicles? What did those vehicles crash into? I haven’t seen anything that said the snap was evenly distributed. Maybe he only killed one of those…
I’m really disappointed in the responses to this.
Can I just take this moment to confess that when watching Age of Ultron for like the 10th time two days ago it finally clicked that Cap was referring to himself when he said...
I had very similar thoughts through the movie, with a pet peeve that I thought the Skrulls SE makeup was pretty average (and that we’ll never have a proper “secret invasion” movie now).
Third wave feminist logic: On the one hand, women are at least equally, if not more capable than men at everything, on the other hand, women need more and more and ever more government programs and regulations to achieve their goals.
Don’t forget Jeremiah among his notable sci-fi roles.
My mom just sent me a ton of issues of Amazing Science Fiction from the 40s and 50s that her father had in his attic. They have been exactly like that, but fantastic because of it.
Ah yes, the old “anyone who doesn’t like what I find funny has no sense of humour. And is sexist.” Argument.
I’ve tried to watch 2049 4 times already and can’t stay awake. That movie gave me narcolepsy.
Here’s my last hot take on the Netflix Marvel Universe: Iron Fist s2 is far better than Jessica Jones s2.
On today very special episode of The Orville... The crew deals with past loves and present problems in the only way they know.
Despite Hollywood turning the monster into a grunting child, in the book he’s quite euridate and learned how to read in no time. He could very well be stitched up Sherlock Homes by the 21st Century.
He’s better off leaving Marvel, especially with how Thor: 3 treated the first two installments. I hated that movie because it spent so much time insisting if you liked anything about the previous two you had bad taste.
Unfortunately, Hela wasn’t queen of the realm of Hel. Then all of the Asgardians who died, including the Warriors Three, could have been her army.
I’ve actually had a lot of issues with this season, and it’s because they’re just assuming they’ve had continued seasons up to this point, and as a result they aren’t explaining anything. I’m not saying everything should be resolved or covered, but I’m often left asking “who’s that,” or “wait, when did that happen?”
Yeah, I got the same gross vibe from the episode. And I found I don’t give a damn about Michael and Spock’s relationship. It was obviously a heavy point of the episode- they want us to believe there’s some gravitas between them, and so far I’m just not buying it. Michael’s relationship with Sarek & co is, in my…
I came away from the episode thinking Michael and Spock had a Lannisterian relationship at one point. Maybe she “helped” him through his first pon farr, and things developed from there. But eventually they mutually realized it was inappropriate and ended things, but still have a deep bond. It was just a thought…