Sons of Anarchy: Season 6 (2013)
Average Rating: 7.5/10
Reviews Counted: 18
Fresh: 14 | Rotten: 4
Sons of Anarchy continues to deliver an energetic blend of bracing action sequences, pitch black humor, and heartless violence.
Average Rating: N/A
Critic Reviews: 4
Fresh: 4 | Rotten: 0
Average Rating: 4.4/5
User Ratings: 172
Generation-spanning drama about a Northern California motorcycle club whose members try to protect their hometown from drug dealers and rapacious developers while running guns themselves.
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The plot dictates that we see less of Ron Perlman than usual, and as you might expect his presence is missed. But Charlie Hunnam continues to anchor the show in impressive fashion, while CCH Pounder makes for a worthy opponent.
A season padded with great deal of filler, without enough of it connecting to the climactic character moments for them to carry much weight or purpose beyond the initial rush of shocking violence being perpetrated on a familiar character.
Kudos must be given to Kurt Sutter and the Sons of Anarchy writers for creating such a powerful side story in a very short period of time.
This episode of Sons of Anarchy put everyone in a position to seek redemption, the only question is, where will they start?
Sons' occasional bouts of tastelessness are part of the show's strengths, because in its best moments, we see people go through the absolute worst and come out the other side-maybe not happy or healthy, exactly, but they survive.
It's ultimately a solid opener though as some very interesting seeds were planted for the episodes to come.
The episode also works as a perfect example of well-executed Golden Age television.
Overall, it was a strong start to the new season and I'm looking forward to watching the rest of it unfold.
I stopped taking "Sons of Anarchy" seriously a couple of seasons ago. There's just too much heartache -- and too many headaches.
The contrast of violence and goodness is what makes [Jax] compelling.
The show doesn't only deliver fast-paced action and fine performances, but also, increasingly, poses questions concerning responsibility.
I've quit watching FX's Sons of Anarchy more than once, mostly because I can give only so much head space to the violence that permeates the motorcycle-gang drama.
The acting is first-rate, and so is the writing, but the violence is appalling, and not just appalling, but creatively appalling.
Sons is on track to stand among the best TV shows of our current golden age, and we have two more seasons to watch it get there.
SOA always wrenches great comedy from gross-out violence, and Logue masters that art, killing innocents with slapstick timing and using his enemies' teeth to crack open beer bottles.
The series remains an immersive experience, and the cast has been gradually upgraded with the addition of players like Jimmy Smits and now CCH Pounder.
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