She's an awful therapist.
Wil's dad is kind of a fragile dude.
That was an incredible episode.
The chair is a mechanical device, she could have just turned around and blasted it. wtf...
Eh, I found it rather disappointing. I know in the mythology of the show stack tech has only been around a couple hundred years, but look at how different culture is with just a few decades of cell phones. Am I really to believe cross sleeving would even be a thing? If the stack can receive input from drugs, how would a body's natural hormones impact? Lack thereof in a synth body? And DNA tagging? When you jump sleeves, clone? What kind of identity verification is that?
But what to do when it's not a tumor that can be cured with some shots and a simple brain operation?
Dude was rolling around for a week and no one told him his dad died? wtf...
For a story in which we knew how it ended, and all the characters died, it was pretty good. Can we get K-2SOs core downloaded into another robot? On repeat viewing, post VIII, one can appreciate some of those bits of data with long term impact.
This show is so ridiculous, and I completely appreciate it. My insta-ships paid off episodes later. And two members of the rainbow brigade (at least).
I am so glad that Iris threw some shade at that stunt by Oliver and Felicity.
Just because there are seven fertilized eggs doesn't mean all of them have to be carried to term (they do commonly freeze excess fertilization in IVF treatment). I'm only about 30 in, but going to call it. Their father was a horrible person who sacrificed his wife and the happiness of all his children rather than abide by the law and be happy with a sustainable solution.
I was right.
Big ups for Kat the scifi nerd!
Would have been 2pts higher were it not for the main casting. These two are so incredibly milquetoast that they drain all color and flavor from every scene they are in. And there's a lot of color and flavor.
More drugs were involved in the making of just five minutes of this movie than in the entirety of Keith Richards life.
This series was utterly disappointing. But, on the bright side, Iron Fist is no longer the worst Marvel television series.
What a coincidence that the pirates would show up just as he were going for the gold, but they were distracted by a heart to heart conversation...
Is it because everyone is so incredibly dumb? The painfully predictable dialog? That I'm expected to care about a family of royalists? This show is so... Disappointing.
An entire episode without Bruce Wayne or any of the others in the brat pack. Did anyone notice?
For f-k sake, maybe the people of Atilan could learn to interpret sign language....or at least Blackbolts closest advisers.
An entire planets ecosystem rises up simultaneously against you. Communicating, collaborating. And still you spend half the episode bickering among yourselves. If the environment is capable of causing these changes in other species, why not human animals?
Another series where I am rooting against the protagonists. o.O
Someone should find a "cure" for the humans inability to embrace the planet-wide consciousness.
Why do they keep calling it a cure? They are talking about arresting the evolution of other species to prevent their ascendancy.
Ouch. I've watched some hot garbage before, and I'll likely watch another episode at least. But this has some issues. For one, Inhuman society is horrible. Monarchy, castes, those that don't get terragenesis manifestations are enslaved.
And what was up with awkward beach party. I'm glad they shaved off that hair, that was just awful. And Blackbolt is as compelling a character as warm, spoiled milk. I'm struggling to find anything redeeming in this rn.
Surprised, this is actually turning out to be not bad.
Is it really a mystery why Fed man can't keep a boyfriend?
and all I could think is...
Why the hell isn't he using a wide push broom?
Doug Stamper, world's least dynamic lover. o.O
A fairly faithful, but entirely soulless adaptation. One might even say it seems to have lost its ghost. Is but a shell. That would be an exceptionally cliched thing to say. Which would be entirely appropriate.
Wish there were a way to validate someone has watched a show before rating it.
It was quite good, better than I expected. Lionel is the hero we deserve, though all the main characters demonstrated worthy development arcs. Made me a little wistful for college even.
Within minutes, I'm saying, "Wow, I'm totally a Lionel." And then I was like, oh shit, too real. And then...crap, someone read my diary.
So well executed. The acting was great, the writing excellent. Loved it.