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Its really hard to justify a second season following season 1's predictable love story ending.
I don't know how I should feel, especially after the ending. I still have too many questions!!! Who is this Whisper guy?
The first episode is fantastic. I never really considered myself a fan of Daredevil, especially after Ben Affleck's rendition. But, this series has made me a fan. Can't wait to watch the rest of the episodes.
Claire Underwood is front and center this season and the result is fantastic especially when coupled with a deeper examination of the characters and their motivations.
Season 3 also marks the beginning of Frank Underwood's devolution and Claire's revelation of the harsh reality she lives in. My only disappointment this season is the lack of visually interesting scenes when compared to the spectacular mise en scene of the previous two seasons. The decreased dark tone and increased focus on the political setting might be the culprit; but, in this case, having the narrative spotlight on the characters pays off even if it loses some of its neo-noir style.
Imbued with a realistic yet symbolic touch, the Leftovers is a beautifully presented and absorbing drama.Most of the scenes that are shown are so simple and mundane, but the way the camera approaches them and puts them in context is spectacular. The musical score is a perfect match to the series - it evokes an appropriately melancholic and hopeful tone. The theme song recurs in several places and every time it plays it elicits new emotions- as if its the first time it plays. The Leftovers is an artistic triumph that must be watched.
I can't stop thinking how amazing this show was at its prime.
Two episodes in, Extant is becoming undeniably interesting. By grounding the central character to her family, the series has been successfully able to transport the watcher into this very world. The conspiracy, urgency, and fear are all so convincingly woven that every emotion that transpires in the drama arouses itself in the audience as well.
A great start leads to a predictable and laughable ending.
It still needs to define itself, but in the meantime, its a entertaining show.
It has the potential. And sometimes that potential kicks in but it quickly fades away.
It was a fun ride -- even if at some point it lost its amazingness.
Smart premise, bad execution