3 years ago to the day, a part of me died.
I have never felt more connected to any other characters, then I was to the great cast of LOST.
I was devastated when this show ended.
And that's strange isn't it!? I mean how can that be?
Was is just the weekly dose of thrill, do we really relate to the people we see on screen, or do you think that maybe they put you down here to watch an episode every 10080 minutes, just to see if you would? That all of this -- the island, the button -- it's just a mind game?! An experiment?
I say all of it - well not the experiment part of course, LOST geeks should know this quote ;)
But the thing with LOST is, IMO it's entertainment of it's best. The camera work, the location, the writing (except for season 4, writers strike), the acting (exept some guys of season 5) - everything was just delicate! And not to forget the soundtrack which was genius work by Michael Giacchino which still gives me goosebumps when I listen to it, TODAY.
And if all of that combined doesn't get under your skin I don't know what will.
It's very hard to put that all into words, if you haven't felt the LOST expirience (and I mean not just the show), it's hard to understand.
Why do 'some' people dislike LOST?
Well, it's pretty simple... either people just jump into it at some point and couldn't figure it out, or they watched everything from the beginning to the end "in order" (as you should do) and couldn't figure it out neither.
It's because this show is unlike all other shows, it's extremly complicated, almost like quantum physics. Every single episode is a puzzle piece and if you can put the pieces together you are screwed.
Let me tell you, every so called 'unanswerd questions' (some complain about) have been answered - you just have to put the pieces together. And for everything else there is the LOST Epiloque "New man in charge" http://trakt.tv/show/lost/specials/episode/16
If you have any questions, write me or just reply here - I'm happy to help! :)