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Perfect Episode of Imperfections
Definitely one of the best episodes of the series. FitzSimmons's love is so haunting, challenging, tragic, devastatingly painful and yet so bittersweet, odds-defying, courageous, powerful, perfectly imperfect, UNSTOPPABLE and selflessly beautiful! Love isn't perfect, but it's their flaws and imperfections that make their love so perfect. Their imperfections perfected each other. This two are and always will be the best comic book couple ever and I highly doubt there's gonna be another brilliantly written relationship like FitzSimmons for the rest of time.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The End (2018)
Fantastic Series & Phenomenal Acting
The awesomeness of this series has become over the years makes me appreciate how "sh!tty" the show was back in season 1. I am so glad to see the tremendous improvement in the progression of the development, visuals, acting and etc. While we love the series that has become one of the best, I am sure there are fans out there who miss the simplicity in season 1 like me.
Shoutout to Iain's flawless acting! 1. dorky nerdy science geek 2. mentally challenged and damaged soul/brain 3. Rage and determination to get the love of his life back 4. Conniving and evil terror of an alternate self 5. Psychologically disturbing psychopath who stops at nothing to achieve his immorally pragmatic objectives & fabulous portrayal of a death sequence.
GIVE THIS SHOW AND ITS ACTORS AN EMMY!!!!
I like how they didn't make this reveal straightforward and hopeful like "i'm your grandson." Instead, they made it so indirect and heartbreaking yet bittersweet. Sorry Breaking Bad and Person of Interest, Agents of SHIELD has taken over you as my best tv series.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Should Have Been The First Movie Instead.
If this movie was the first one instead of a sequel, it would be awesome as this one lost the element of surprise, innovation and freshness, and with a weaker villain.
although the villain is not as good as the predecessor, it is a entertainingly good movie to watch at the theaters. Brilliant action sequences, creative tech and more emotional. I would like Jim Caviezel aka The Man in The Suit from Person of Interest to be in the next movie as a Kingsman.
"Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain momma, take me home, country roads." -RIP in piece, Merlin, a true Gentleman.
PS: why isn't Pedro Pascal depicted in the official poster?
A Show Struggling With 22 Episodes
Yet another awesome episode of Agents of SHIELD. So many brilliant moments in this episode: action, comedy, movie references, tension, mini-heartbreaks, surprises, sadness and etc. In spite of so many fantastic moments that I enjoyed very much, the one scene stood out for me the most was Radcliffe's death, or deletion.
One word to describe that Radcliffe scene: 'bittersweet'. Poor chap was just trying to make his Agnes well and recovered from her illness while also making the world better, but unfortunately got corrupted by the Darkhold that made him turn everything worse then rightfully redeemed himself towards the end.
Agents of SHIELD is so different from other comic book shows because the things it does are well thought and not stupid. An instance would be not bringing back Trip, Ward and Hope using the Darkhold machine. They can't just bring them back or it will be Ghost Rider on AIDA all over again. I hope they do the next season's title opening with space background!
People keep saying quality over quantity, but AoS has both! I always see fans trying to defend shows for having shitty quality struggling with 22 episodes, whereas AoS is struggling with 22 episodes because there are ONLY 22 episodes! Too much quality but too few episodes. With the writers' strike averted, i am really excited to see what more craziness the writers can bring to this already awesome show! it will be a huge challenge to top this season.
Agents Of SHIELD's Ozymandias
Wow this episode has more twists and turns than season 1's 'Turn, Turn, Turn'. Amidst all the tension, action and everything that is going on, we got to see a couple of emotional moments with Daisy/Jemma and hell, even LMD May! I never thought that after the Person of Interest Season 4 finale where The Machine directly communicated and apologised to Finch, there would be another AI scene that makes me emotional... Hands down the best comic book TV episode/ show ever! I thought the season would suck post-Ghost Rider, but it's actually getting better!! PS: BARRY ALLEN, STOP MESSING UP THE TIMELINE!
True Detective: Form and Void (2014)
"Once there was only dark. If you ask me, the light's winning."
Wow what a fantastic episode. For one moment I thought both of them were gonna die. Glad they didn't.
When Errol said 'take off your mask' to Cohle after he stabbed him I was reminded of the Locked Room episode in which Cohle questions a lot about the mortality and humanity of human beings, that we would feel relieved when we die as only then do we realise we are all monsters. That we truly exist only after we die. He thought he would welcome death.
However, Cohle found a purpose of life instead. Instead of unmasking himself to be a monster, he felt love. Love of his daughter and father. I guess you could say he found a light at the end of the tunnel, think this could be symbolised by the scene where Cohle entered the final part of the cave and saw a hole upstairs shining light in it.
This also reminds me of the religious tent scene where Hart said this to Cohle: "for a guy who sees no point in existence, you sure fret about it an awful lot." I thought he made a really good point, as Cohle is so nihilistic. But after seeing this final episode, I finally know why Cohle frets about life a lot, albeit his nihilism: "Once there was only dark. If you ask me, the light's winning." Inside Cohle's locked room isn't a monster, it's light. Not forgetting Hart, he sure did help Cohle to find the light too.
Thanks for the eight hours, True Detective. Eight good hours. Actually, it's more than eight because of the re-watching. I think the only way the following season could match this is to have Cranston and Aaron Paul. Would love to see Cranston and Mcconaughey collaborate someday. Now bring on Game of Thrones!
Breaking Bad: Felina (2013)
The ending I kinda wanted.
I'm very satisfied how this series ended. I was hoping Walt and Jesse would somehow care for each other albeit all the trouble they got each other into and I'm glad it did somewhat happen.
Walt decided to save Jesse because he was sympathetic when he saw Jesse being treated a slave and had to suffer, instead of dying painlessly, and Jesse not killing Walt because he was already suffering a gun wound. The nod Walt & Jesse gave each other after the shootout proves it all. The look Jesse gave Walt wasn't hatred, but gratitude. I'd also like to add the fact that Jesse gave Walt another look that was of concern when he was about to enter the car. Perhaps he finally realized Walt truly cared about him and Walt realized Jesse's the son he never had.
The kitchen scene made me realise that there isn't Walt or Heisenberg, it's Walternberg. He finally admitted what he did was for himself and he liked it, but he also really did it for his family too. It's just sad that Skylar thinks that Walt did it only for himself.
Did anyone see the blue meth-like light that was shone on Walt by the police at the very end? It seemed like he died in a pool of meth. It showed the consequences of meth, just like everything Walt's been through. The symbolism in this series is impressively impeccable!
Breaking Bad is my personal best TV series ever. Kudos to everyone that made BrBa possible. I still can't believe this show only won Best Drama Series once. Prepare to sweep every Emmy award next year!
PS: Am I the only one who found it funny when Walt just blatantly appears in front of Todd and Lydia?