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WandaVision: Season 1

1x03 Now in Color

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I can promise you NO ONE would praise this sh*t if Marvel weren't behind it.

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This show is terrible. They spend soo much time ripping off shows Bewitched, I dream of Jeanie, Family Matters, Brady Bunch, Lost, The Truman Show, Stepford Wives, Rick and Morty (the episode where they're inside a simulation) and more. Except they don't get any of it right. They have none of the humour or tension of the shows that they are parodying. Then in the last two mins of every episode they do throw in a lame attempt at being suspenseful or ominous showing that something is 'off' with the world. However this does nothing to progress the plot, develop the characters or genuinely build suspense.

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The best so far. WandaVision is amazing and Elizabeth Olsen is just perfect.

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A big leap in reveal this episode but still not enough for some people apparently judging by some comments.
It's not that deep a show, it's just a bit of mystery! I for one am enjoying the ride!

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That last 10 minute of episode 1000/1000! And calling names of Pietro and Ultron! I really love that universe things which it's almost like (with all series and movies) 5+ nonstop days long movie! So we can see this kind of goosebumbs and easter eggs! And this show kind of a dystopian series! Acting and all directing is great. Wanda's mood and House of M vibes!
Marvel Presents: Truman Show!

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It's the first time in years I'm actually intrigued by a Marvel story.

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Marvel producers treating the tv show like the chapters of a long movie. Nope...
Really slow show, sad.

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Great episode. Love how Disney plus is letting them take risks.

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REVELATIONS! This was perfect and wow so many easter eggs and that ending,..

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It may be from the 70s-era style that this one parodies/homages to, but the ep doesn't feel as charming a sitcom throwback as the previous two, with a more stop-start rhythm. Olsen is still having quite a showcase though, and Dottie's husband's "Oh thank god" after the blackout does get to me.

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Well we can add this to the list of episodes to skip when it becomes binge-able. Easter egg or no it's still so very slow which marvel is supposed to be very fast pace at some point in their production, however if you're a fan of the Brady bunch then this is more your speed.

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The confrontation between Wanda and Geraldine is eerie and menacing. And when the neighbours are gossiping about something they don't want to let Vision know; I became quite scared for Vision.

Wanda scares me.

TECHNICAL SCORE: 7/10
ENJOYMENT SCORE: 7.5/10

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Starting to get better, the shroud is opening. But still only 15 minutes. To long credits and Intro.

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Now that I have watched 3 episodes of WandaVision (great and fun show), I want the BBC to cast Paul Bettany as the Doctor. He’s got it!!! I think Ralph (Agnes’ husband) is Mephisto. Now that one of the most famous LGBT+ duos from Marvel Comics are here, Wiccan and his twin brother Speed (Billy and Tommy, The Vision and Wanda’s children), I think that it is inevitable to think that Emperor Hulkling (Billy’s husband) is on his way too! Also… the Young Avengers team is slowly assembling behind the scenes. We got Billy and Tommy, Kate Bishop, Riri Williams, Kamala Khan… you get the idea. And Kang the Conqueror (Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania). An evil time traveler and the team’s most representative villain!

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A step down from last episode in my opinion. It wasn‘t all that funny but the ending definitely saved this one.

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So we have color now :) Unfortunately still with a laugh track and in a 4:3 aspect ratio (until the end where they switched to a cinematic widescreen standard like 2.35:1) though...

So there was a second "correction" and towards the end we're finally getting somewhere but I still cannot make much sense of it. It felt like a simulation but apparently this is still happening in the real world (which raises new questions like are all other people real and how can they make these "corrections")? Not even sure who the good and bad guys are (I have a slight feeling that the guys at the end might be with Hydra).
Edit: After reading some of the other comments it might make more sense that Wanda is doing this and the guys on the outside are with S.H.I.E.L.D. (trying to contain her magic and one agent trying to figure out what's going on). But then again a lot of things still don't quite add up. Who knows...

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So Wanda has all these people trapped in her own "version" of the world. It is interesting to see that some of them are aware of this and Vision almost started to put things together sensing that something was off but Wanda keeps reversing back time whenever things tend to deviate from the narrative she created. Also Geraldine seems to be sent to find out the truth about what is happening. She might be working with whoever we heard in the previous episode trying to reach out to Wanda to know whether this is her own doing (which apparently it is) or if someone is forcing her to do this.

I loved the aspect ratio change once we were back in the "actual" world. Looking forward to the next episode! I have to say Elizabeth Olsen is just nailing all the different changes in the different sitcom versions.

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They did a great job ramping up the weird mysterious stuff! The pieces are finally starting to fall into place.

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Good chapter, thought that after the first two, it was going to be a mess, but damn i loved this one, its craz af, as a show about Scarlet witch should be

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I hope the rest of Disney marvel shows isn't as stupid as this

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Geeks go like wow that’s a S.W.O.R.D. necklace. Other people go like “I wish I was a geek but now I have to google it”. Page turning episode. I wish the next one comes with a lot more of the reality and, of course, a lot of 80’s hair styles

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I don't mind waiting a bit to see what's going on, but I'm getting tired of there being so little actual story and so much homage/recreation of silly sitcom stories from different eras. Yes, I have some ideas as to why it's like that, but unless you're super into that stuff, it's pretty boring to watch.
The release schedule doesn't help. Why not dump everything on day one Netflix-style? Watching the whole thing in a day or two would make more sense with a story this thinly spread.

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This shit is tight as fuck.

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Bewitched meets the Truman show.

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Fantastic episode. Best one yet.

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Well, this one's in color so I guess that'll make a lot of people happy. I've always disliked the '70s aesthetic, the garish clothing, the goofy hairstyles, the paneling. Everything about the pregnancy plot is irritating. The strange behavior of the neighbors is mysterious and sets up the ending, which is undoubtedly what people watching the show desired.

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Each episode loses me just a little more...

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Hopefully the sitcom stuff is not gonna keep being overplayed. Just because they are commiting to that idea it doesn't mean it is fun to watch.

At this point the only thing that this series has to offer is the mystery that we who have the least bit of imagination can imagine: that Wanda is living a fantasy and bla bla bla. I don't think the series is having anything meaningful to offer to its viewers, more than keep the fandom engaged in what they know and what they consume.

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This one is a step up from the first two disasters, but that's an extremely low bar to clear. It's three-and-done for me, and I'll just check out a recap of this self-indulgent show each week from now on. It'll be a lot less annoying and less of a waste of my time.

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How in the hell does any of we’re seeing relate to any of the MCU movies??? This is confusing and cheesy all in one. So far the marvel series still being played on Netflix are far better to watch

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So not illusions, but a real people. And some of them even know that they trapped by Wanda. Ok, I can get behind this.
But they need to mixed up the formula next time. Start with the creepy stuff and than switch to sitcom and make it random eventually of course.

Anyway they got me - I did rewind just to be sure)

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things have to heat up after this, cause wanda never had kid's and in the comic's this was alll Wanda's doing.

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Finally - we are getting someplace!

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