Review Billy Grifter 7 Oct 2013 - 06:05
Billy concedes that season one is now a distant memory; Revolution has moved on...
This review contains spoilers.
The new season of Revolution continues to surprise me, mostly because the characters aren't continually doing stupid things, and we're confronted less by abyssal-sized plot holes. That said, when you're explaining almost nothing then it's relatively easy not to be contradicted, because you've not provided anything concrete.
Early scenes with Aaron-reborn also hinted at a direction that concerned me massively, where all scientific ideas might go out of the window to be replaced instead by irrefutable (if you have faith) spirituality. If that's the case then I will pull the plug on reviewing this show, because jumping the narrative shark is one thing, but jumping it with Jesus on your team is another altogether.
But back to the events of There Will Be Blood, »
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