Cast & Crew
WandaVision proved to be an unexpectedly complex show, but that doesn't make its backpedaling any easier to stomach. If anything, it's harder not to be let down by the show's ultimate refusal to reckon with the full emotional scars.
"WandaVision" gives its hero a fitting journey, but by framing Wanda's actions as a "sacrifice," it also lets its villain off the hook.
What it did really well was it gave us the emotional core that was building up the whole time.
At it's end, WandaVision proved that the MCU still has some tricks up it's sleeves after a long layoff. While some parts of the finale were setup for phase four, it closes out an amazing story of love, grief, and what to do with both.
The beauty of WandaVision's finale comes in how it grapples with ... the love and loss of its eponymous couple.
It really fascinates me because it does play into the perceptions of reality and perspectives.
I thought this was a great experience to go through, from the sitcom elements which really hit home with me because of my fan love for sitcoms [and] the Marvel action that we looked forward to seeing that in a television weekly format.
An above-average finale sets up multiple plot points for future MCU projects, but struggles with pacing at the end.
The MCU series finished not with blockbuster cameos or shocking twists, but by zeroing in on the two characters who gave the show its title...
I am completely obsessed with this show. I stayed up to watch the finale at three in the morning. I keep yelping "Wanda!" in excitement at random intervals.