John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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"Girl of Steel" sets up Supergirl's third season with intense emotion, a hopeful tone, and some truly super acting from Melissa Benoist in a fascinating arc for Kara.
Watching a character become the villain, as opposed to someone arriving canvas full-on evil has the potential to be exciting.
It's going to be an interesting journey for her going forward, but seeing her come out of the fog and try again brings back the inspiring tone that both Kara and the audience need so much.
[Supergirl] uses the laziest possible storytelling tactic, and [it] annoys the hell out of me.
This season of Supergirl has hit the ground running with one of the most emotionally intense episodes to date, due almost entirely to Melissa Benoist's beautifully calibrated and flawless performance as Kara.
Supergirl is best when it takes a moment from plot! and fan service! and lets the story breathe, allowing its strong cast to anchor some admittedly outrageous storylines.
I hope the writers continue to address the lingering tension between Kara and Lena and the notion that Kara may blame her best friend for her role in what happened to Mon-El.
Excellent timing, Supergirl!
Season 3 got off to a promising start.
We've got the intrigue of the current mystery character who's dreaming of Allura Zor-El, as well as the ship under the water, so it's not as if they didn't set anything up for the rest of the season.
Melissa Benoist is characteristically great as this harsher version of Kara, and it's genuinely shocking to hear her coldly announce that the Kara Danvers side of her life is over.