The first half of the episode got to me. Can't remember the last time losing a character made me cry. Maybe it just reflects on me.
This feels like if JD and Turk had a breakup...I was not ready.
On a minor note I admire House always somehow finding a way to playing with the latest game tech at the time.
It's important to take frequent breaks
This was a truckload of fun. I understand the "This is a 90s throwback" comments now but at the same time i still feel it's better than that comparison with the same humour. It isn't going to be claiming for best ___ any time soon but i also look forward to watching it again.
One negative: Woody Harrelson's hair.
December 1st. The countdown to Christmas begins and what better way to start than Elf? A modern Christmas classic that will live on past me. I still really want to try that spaghetti desert but i don't want to lose the magic.
The trans storyline might of been interesting before they decide to go the route of angry internet mob leader. It's a pity that they show someone using their identify as a weapon against someone trying to be helpful. But at least the ending on that section was positive
Bland to say the least. I'm not really sure how you can take a story as classic as this and do nothing new with it.
Well damn, that was too close to home but that is not a negative. A good episode, probably the best of the series so far.
I had fun, i can't really dwell on much else until i see it again. I love the world J.K has created, i want to just watch it exist and i find myself just wanting to read about the smallest of details about how something works or certain creatures.
I hate Tritter. Aside from that plot this was a fun episode. Road trip!
That was tragically intense. This show has had a great build so far.
The f*ck...The f*ck...
Who would've thought that Kong would end up being one of the most visually beautiful movies I've seen this year. It's a fun spectacle.
Interesting that the whole event became almost like a PPV for the crowd watching. I loved their sudden cheers, gasps ect. Makes me think twice about how tragedies are portrayed on the news at times.
Honestly didn't see it coming though maybe I should've
It's always someone wanting to weponize dinosaurs. Why can't it be a rogue circus ringmaster looking for...oh wait I suppose that borderlines King Kong.
Damn movie has me feeling sad for dinosaurs. They deserved better than their fate on the island. Building the park around a volcano was poor planning on someone's part. "Hopefully someone got fired for that blunder"
Just like WWE events you can go too long and around the Okada/Marty match i felt it but all up it was a fun PPV. Worth every moment.
I appreciate that those who work in intelligence actually come across as intelligent. In a lot of these type of movies usually the hero is put way above the rest of the characters but especially in that underground reveal scene it made this feel like an action chess movie between everyone.
Can't wait to watch it again.
I wish this show could've been saved. Good balanced medical shows are hard to come by.
Few sequels live up to their first films but i feel this one does. I'm not saying it's blowing the original out of the water but you'll walk away as happy as you did if you enjoyed the original. I can't wait until (hopefully) the third Ant-Man is released down the line. The backbone of the MCU, the pallet cleanser needed between the world changing events.
They could of cut that kessel run scene in half because it really dragged for such a pivotal moment. Outside of that i really enjoyed it more than i thought i would, a fun adventure and Aiden felt like Han Solo. It has it's logic issues and i can't say this is the movie you should see first this weekend in cinema but do watch the film.
It's weird...but i would like to see more of this Solo one day but i doubt it's going to make enough.
Random family members suddenly existing is usually annoying but this was done well, at least for me. The ending scene with them continuing to bond over the book was touching.
Favourite episode of the season
Oliver Wells is growing on me
This new direction in life for Sweets is interesting and admirable. It does show that he was an important piece in the team at the same time. Doesn't feel complete without him around.
Watching Bones try and run was so frustrating lol
The mother acts more like a teenager than the actual teenagers
Is it a requirement for every medical show to have a musical episode? Lol. Luckily this one was better than most. That opening song was killer.
His name is Thomas Edison.
Uncle Sweets :') Nice to see how close they have gotten.