That ending made me die laughing. :joy::joy::joy: I love these little twists.
Gina is the funniest, it's so sad she left. I hope she'll come back.
I can't even begin to describe how heartbroken I am that Alex died. He was such a kind and loving man and to kill him like this without even letting him make up with his family was just cruel. I will miss this space cowboy so much, he deserved way better.
I've honestly experienced vicarious embarrassment while watching this. They copied the first episode of Miranda almost word for word, even used the 'Orlando and Bloom' joke, but failed to deliver it. The acting feels forced and quite bad which is disappointing because Mayim is a good actress, but I guess she's just not right for this role (I don't know if there's anyone at all that could carry this US version). Her interaction with the audience seems awkward as well like she was just explaining her actions to us and I didn't feel connected to her. I have seen the second episode as well and it did not get better. Their own jokes aren't funny and the laugh track just makes it worse because there's really nothing to be laughing about. I might force myself to watch the rest just to see whether it would improve, but based on the first two episodes that's probably unlikely to happen.They should have never tried to remake Miranda, that show is unique and utterly hilarious thanks to the performance of the brilliant Miranda Hart. So, all of you who might not have seen it yet, just do yourself a favor and go watch Miranda instead, it's infinitely better.
Such a heart-wrenching finale. I was holding back the tears trough the whole episode. Seeing Lexa again was wonderful and yet bitter-sweet. The fact that it wasn't really her made it so painful for me to watch. I honestly expected that those almighty creatures brought her back somehow at the end, so that Clarke wouldn't spend the rest of her life alone. I also didn't like that dead don't transcend. It would be much better if it turned out that the dead do transcend and everyone who died came back to Earth as well, that way Clarke would be reunited with all the people she lost, her parents, Lexa, Madi, Wells. I mean, they always say "May we meet again", it should've meant something. But all in all, the ending was touching and it's great they all chose to get back to Clarke and live on Earth with her even though I hate that she'll never see her daughter again. A bitter-sweet ending indeed.
This was one of my dearest shows and it saddens me that it has come to an end. I will forever miss all of those amazing, courageous characters, Murphy, Octavia, Raven, Clarke, Lexa, Emori, Echo... May we meet again.
Was it really necessary to take her daughter away from her?? She already lost every single person she ever loved and now Madi... This is just over the top... Perhaps she'll recover somehow cause it really made no sense that they left her all by herself.
Well I am not upset at all that they killed off Bellamy, he was so annoying and often brainwashed and this time he really crossed the line. I honestly would have done the same and shot him, I wouldn't let him hurt Madi again. But it does bother me that Clarke left the book behind, now she killed him for nothing.
I do always have a need to bash Bellamy with each new episode and this one is no exception, but now I wanna talk about how great Murphy is instead. He really did come a along way. I knew since the S1 that he would be one of the best and most likable character in the show. He always does the right, good thing even though he nags and whines about it. :smile: I absolutely love him and I truly hope that he and Emori will have their happy ending, they deserve it.
8/10 for this episode. Only 4 left now, what a bummer...
The only thing that bothered me in this movie was that Rey renounced her parents' name who died to protect her. It's disrespectful and honestly she disappointed me, so I like her a little less now. I really thought she would see her parents and not Luke and Leia. I know Skywalkers are all gone now and the writers wanted someone to continue the legacy, but she could've just added the Skywalker name to the Palpatine and be Rey Palpatine Skywalker, that way she would be honoring both her parents and the Skywalkers and it would be a much better ending.
I didn't think I could dislike Bellamy more than I do, then this episode's ending proved me wrong. I can't believe he got brainwashed again, he learned nothing.
I don't get the negative comments on this season. Sure, it was a bit slow, not many things happened, but it was all about characters growth, especially Villanelle's, I mean, she now wants to break free, to stop with the killing and she was willing to let go of Eve, so Eve could have a normal life, far away from V's dark influence. And there's Eve, who embraced her dark side for a moment, but is scared of it and wants to escape it. So, from that aspect, the season is really good.Of course there are other things that could've been better. Kenny's death and Niko's story were obviously used as plot devices to make Eve work on the case again and bring her and V together. "Who killed Kenny" part should've been handled better, it's just so unbelievable that he accidentally fell off the roof. But all in all, the season was still strong.I loved the ending and I'm glad they both turned back and chose each other (at least that's how I understood that scene). So I'm looking forward to seeing what's next season will bring. Maybe they'll work together to bring down the 12, since Villanelle wanted to join MI6. Anyway, fingers crossed that this gets renewed for S5 as well! :smile:
I honestly can't recall if The 100 ever had a bad start of the season. I think not. This one was amazing! I love the plot with the anomaly and portal and I'm looking forward to seeing what's waiting for Bellamy and Echo on the other side. I truly hope we'll get to see Octavia alive as well.
Man, I will be so bummed when the show ends. It could've easily run for a couple more seasons.
I can't believe Niko survived that stabbing in the neck. I am glad he did though.
Even though I didn't like that they made Frank Sam's son, I absolutely loved the finale. It was so satisfying to see that Annalise finally got rid of those life sucking leaches and started to take care of herself for a change. There are only two things I would do differently, first I don't understand why would Eve deliver the eulogy, she's completely unimportant character, it should have been Tegan since she's the one Annalise spent her life with if I understood correctly... But she wasn't even at the funeral... Perhaps she died as well though it wasn't stated. Second, they should've casted a different actor for the role of Christopher, I mean no one looks that much like their father. It's obvious they did that just to make us think it's Wes. Apart from that, it was perfect finale. And Viola once again delivered Emmy worthy performance, her closing words at the trial gave me goosebumps, what a way to say goodbye to her character.
Aaand congratulations, you've managed to ruin the show...
I am so looking forward to the moment when they both realize it was Dasha who killed Niko and they get their full revenge mode on. RIP Niko, you deserved to have a peaceful life.
I found the first three episodes to be bad, it really isn't to my liking to watch for 50 minutes who's gonna sleep with whom. They went a bit overboard there especially in the 2019 story. I thought of quitting, but I'm glad I sticked with it, because after episode 3 the show picks up the pace, they stopped focusing on hookups and focused more on the story and I started to enjoy every second of this. The plot turned out to be really good, the one from the '60s is the best in my opinion. Casting is great as well as directing, particularly in the last episode. So what started disappointing, ended as one of the better shows I've seen lately, therefore I can only recommend it.8/10 from me.
Villanelle's facial expressions at the toy store with all that children are the same ones I make when I'm surrounded by little kids lol :joy:This episode was pure gold. The scene in the bus caught me unprepared, at first I thought Eve was hallucinating, but the fighting reassured me and then everything happened so fast. Villanelle's "smell me" had me burst into laughter and the next second there's pure shock. I honestly didn't expect the kiss to happen so early in the season or in this season at all. And then that head-butt, so much was going on at once :smile: Clearly Eve is way more obsessed with V than I thought.The waiting for the next episode is killing me. :)
I'm so hyped that this is back on TV and so devastated they killed Kenny. He deserved better.
I will miss this show so much! Farewell Modern Family!
Pointless episode except for the ending, but the ending is bad as well. I hope Richard will be ok.
This must be the worst episode of Grey's ever. I'm honestly shocked and angry that this is how they decided to write off Karev.Bringing back Izzie and making their love bloom again, really??? Izzie left million years ago, who cares about her anymore, I know I don't and I'm sure there are a lot of those who feel the same way. And were those recaps of previous seasons with them together supposed to make me emotional and happy? Because all it did was piss me off. She left him without even saying a word, had his kids without having a decency to let him know for 5 years and only told him because he called her by accident. And that is the kind of woman he left his wife for? They made him a real bastard. Jo doesn't deserve this, not after everything she's been through. Plus leaving her by letter? What kind of person does that. I guess he never really loved her at all. If he did, he would have asked her to move with him, so he could be closer to his kids, there's no reason for him to be with Izzie whatsoever. Horrible, horrible conclusion.Before seeing the episode I thought that maybe he left cause he has his mother's desease and he didn't want to be a burden for Jo. That would be a far better explanation.
Did they really give us that ending and now they are going to make us wait a whole year? Not fair :smile: Also could this mean that maybe River will show up next season since the Doctor is in prison now as well. Oh my wishful thinking. :smile: Anyway, the whole episode is absolutely amazing from start to finish. Jodie and Sacha gave some of the their best performances yet, their scenes were so delightful to watch. The true identity of the Timeless Child was a bit predictable, but it did kind of make sense and now everything has really changed.
10/10 for this episode and the whole season 12.
Now we can start the countdown for the Christmas/New Year's special and the s13. :smile:
The horror vibe was great, it actually gave me goosebumps. Can't wait for the next two episodes!
This is not a typical Christmas movie. Unlike those Hallmark's generic ones, this one is actually heartfelt. But for goodness sake, if you want to include politics and other cultures, do some research before writing a script! I was annoyed through the whole thing. First of all, Yugoslavia did not exist in 1999, it was already fallen apart and divided into separate countries, so the beginning of the movie was absolutely ridiculous. I was also baffled by that catholic cathedral, but at the end they mentioned they were Croatians, so that's fine since majority are catholics there, but there would not be any singing in English that's for sure. And what on earth does KGB or Poland have to do with EX YU? KGB was agency in Soviet Union, there's no connection with Yugoslavia whatsoever, so I guess that moment and the one where Petra blames Poland supposed to be a comic relief, never mind it makes no sense at all. Ema Thompson's pronunciation of Serbo-Croatian is midly said very bad. She spoke my mother tongue and I couldn't understand a word she said. Her accentuation and pronunciation was Russian, she really could've tried a bit more to learn how to properly say those few sentences she had. Emilia, on the other hand, really put an effort into it and spoke everything correctly.
These idiocy put aside, it's a good movie. Emilia is adorable and wonderful as always. Just for her and that twist at the end, I give it 8/10.
Amazing episode throughout! Loved seeing Capt. Jack again though I'm a bit disappointed that it wasn't River who showed up (still not losing hope :slight_smile: ). And I wasn't sold on that new doctor, she just doesn't really seem like one. Perhaps she actually isn't since 13 did comment on how doctor never uses weapons which is true, so maybe she's someone else entirely and it will be addressed later on.
Such a great and fun episode featuring one of the greatest minds in history - Nikola Tesla. Goran did a wonderful job portraying him.
And I'm glad someone finally said that Edison was a fraud and thief who only cared about profit.
Not Ashford, dammit! I'm heartbroken that they killed him. Hopefully Marco will get what he deserves next season.
Though it was a bit short and rushed, I thoroughly enjoyed this season. Love the ending and can't wait for s2!
Wow, what a great start of the season! I did accidentally read spoiler, but still the revelation of the Master was amazing.