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What are people complaining about? This is the most fun rick and morty has been in a while
I found this to be a very funny and enjoyable episode for both plots. I love how they brought back the car character from the ricks must be crazy and even make reference to it through "keep summer safe". I truly can't understand the complaints, I just found this to be a really fun time.
Att döda ett barn (1953)
Randomly found this masterpiece on netflix
This is easily the most thrilling, sad, gripping and thought provoking short I've ever seen. The story is told almost entirely by narration and has some truly exceptional dialogue that play with your emotions and stays in your mind even after you've finished watching. From the second I started watching to the second it ended (which isn't long considering its a short) my eyes were glued to the screen, and my mouth was usually wide open. It is a shocking and tragic story, yet the film never blames anyone. It doesn't point the finger or tell you what to think. There's no villain, the killer is constantly referred to as a "happy man" making the event more tragic as well as more realistic and powerful.
I highly recommend this underated classic that holds up sorprisingly well.
Felt like a fan-made disaster
The writing took a huge nosedive this episode. I knew something was off with the cold open, but the rest of the episode was even worse than I could have imagined. It wasn't funny or smart, the characters had none of their charm. I just felt empty after watching it. It's probably harder to watch than the the dragon episode and becomes the worst rick and morty episode. What a shame to have this on the very promising 5th season.
Then again, every season has at least one episode that doesn't quite hit the mark, so I still have high hopes for the rest of season 5 going forward.
Kaubôi bibappu: Hard Luck Woman (1999)
This episode has had so much build up and the pay off is exceptional. Faye and eds backstory connect and link with one another for an emotional and heartwarming episode where both of their histories are explored in more depth than seen before.
We are going into the last few episodes now and I am not ready for it to be over.
See you space cowgirl...
Kaubôi bibappu: Cowboy Funk (1999)
An underrated episode with lots of action and comedy
For the majority of the episode, I hated the whistling cowboy more than the actual villain. Genius! He is basically a less experienced and more stupid Spike, which means he ends up causing more harm than good. It was hilarious to see the villain being so incompetant and easily caught, only to keep getting away due to Spike and Andy clashing. And wow that ending was so satisfying.
Another cowboy bebop masterpiece that might go under somepeople's radar 10/10.
Succession: Hunting (2019)
Boar on the floor
The entire dinner scene is likely the best scene of the whole show at this point. S1.5 was an excellent episode with a ton of build up and tension until the inevitable vote of no confidence at the end. S1.10 was a polethera of scenes with great pay off twists and turns all over the place and a knockout ending. And those might be better episodes, but the best scene in the show up to this point has to be boar on the floor dinner scene. From the rising tension, to the opportunity for every character to express their personality through well constructed dialogue. We as an audience are just amazed and horrified at the lengths logan can go to show he is in charge and that no one can undermine his authority without consequences
Truly one of the best scenes I have seen in recent memory. And the episode deserves a 10 for that alone.
Succession: Vaulter (2019)
I'm rating it a ten because my dad told me to
It is so amazing/ heart breaking to see kendall's character development through this episode and the emotionlessness of the personality. Where last episode (and last season as a whole) made the audience sympathise with Kendall, despite the drugs and to some extent understand his situation more than any other character, this episode uses him in a more interesting way: as a puppet for Logan to control. After his continuous attempts to outwit his father have backfired so harshly, we are seeing a character that has completely given up and it is fascinating to watch.
Succession: The Summer Palace (2019)
Difficult to watch (in the best way)
I know the characters are meant to be unlikeable, but from the start I have always been drawn to Kendall as the flawed "hero" of the show and it is so heartbreaking to see him in this state. From the very first scene, the tension is felt immensely as Kendell has become a prisoner in his own home and is told exactly what he has to say. His choices aren't his own anymore and as the audience member, you can't help thinking if he should have just gone to prison in the season 1 finale. Exceptional writing and emmy-worthy acting for sure.
So to summarise, I saw the season 1 plan, the season 2 plan is better.
Loki: The Nexus Event (2021)
Incredible unexpected twists, best episode yet!
Meh. It was OK I guess. Something happened at least.
Kaubôi bibappu: Toys in the Attic (1998)
A brilliant sci-fi horror parody
This episode feels like something that a person who has never seen the show can still enjoy as a standalone episode. The tension can be felt in the same way as an alien horror film or even a mystery might feel. Something somehow has been biting the characters on the bebop, and Spike tries to investigate what it might be. While there is a certain amount of creepiness and suspense, it is clear (especially with the reveal of what the creature really is) that this is a parody of those films and the result is a lot of laughs. It makes for a very enjoyable and entertaining episode that stands out as original in a show with a polethera of incredible episodes.
Loki: Glorious Purpose (2021)
Let's see where this leads
An excellent first episode filled with emotion, humour and mystery. This episode sets the tone beautifully for the rest of the show and allows us to see a whole new side to the Mcu.
Invincible: You Look Kinda Dead (2021)
Another great episode
This episode does not soar to the heights and twists of last episode, so don't expect it to. However, what you do get this episode is an entertaining and exciting 40 mins of television that is exceedingly tense at times (basically every scene with omni-man). There is a bit of a twist this episode, but if you've seen the trailer, it already kind of spoiled it. The best part of the episode has to be the ending, which has been well built up to and makes me very excited for next episode.
Overall, Invincible is proving to be one of the best animated shows to watch at the moment and this episode does not disapoint.
WandaVision: The Series Finale (2021)
I'm so sad its over
This series will go down as one of the most creative, ambitious and original things marvel has ever done. In this finale, the acting is incredible as ever and the added fights are exciting and thrilling. I will miss Wandavision and I doubt we will get a series close to it any time soon
WandaVision: Previously On (2021)
The Ghost of Wanda's past
I don't know how they continue to make incredible episodes week after week that surpass previous ones, but somehow they do. This episode was a deep character study that also served to push the plot forward. The origins of Agatha, Wanda and even the Hex are finally explained. It helped us understand Wanda with the constant sitcom theme throughout her whole life always being alongside her heartbreaking loss. This episode was a joy to watch and Agatha makes such a good villain. Can't wait for the finale!
The Incredibles (2004)
One of the best films ever made
17 years after incredibles was released, it continues to be a compelling, entertaining, funny, smart, ambitious, original, mature and just simply enjoyable movie. The dialogue is exceptional and the animation holds up surprisingly well. The characters are well written and very fleshed out. It is an animated film about superheroes and yet the chatacters and world feel so real.
It is my favourite pixar film and probably always will be. If you haven't seen this masterpiece yet, stop reading this review and go watch it right now. Infact, even if you've seen it before, just watch it right now. It is that freaking good.
Full on modern sitcom now
The episode was very much in the style of shows like 'the office' and 'modern family'. It is the first sitcom episode without a laugh track and the comedy feels far more up to date. I know this episode has many exciting reveals, but I don't think we should take the structure of the show for granted. The fact that the sitcom evolves every episode is a genius idea. Not only does it pay homage to each decade, but it also makes every episode feel fresh.
This is a special kind of creative show that will probably be rewatched in years to come
Not a lot of explanation is given to why xmen pietro is here, but the characters all recognise the recast and his interactions are a joy to watch.
A lot of emphasis this episode is put on vision and he continues his storyline from last episode where he searches for answers as to what exactly is going on. He knows that wanda is at fault and you can feel the shift in their relationship. Its all very tense and entertaining.
And that ending. What a note to leave it on.
A brilliant intense, action packed episode.
This show has reached its pottential
All of the suspense, mystery and build up is finally paying off. This episode explains many events in the past 3 episodes and provides satisfying and some even surprising answers. A joy to watch from beginning to end.
I think this is what people wanted from the beginning. I actually really enjoyed the build up, especially when there is a great pay off such as this
Ignore every negative review before episode 4
It might have been an error on Disney's part to release only the first 2 episodes at once instead of 4 episodes. While I am on of the few people who absolutely loved the intrigue and mystery of the first three episodes, this exceptional show has been getting a lot of hate due to a lack of plot.
... And then the 4th episode came out. Not only was it an exceptional episode, but it justified the use of the first three and even gave some answers to the many questions of Wanda vision.
Overall a brilliant show that shouldn't be judged on the first three episodes (especially if your only complaint is a lack of plot)
WandaVision: Now in Color (2021)
Damn that was thrilling
For some reason a lot of people didn't really like the first 2 episodes but I could see it all building up and was engaged by the concept immediately. The mystery around what is happening is so captivating especially in the last 10 mins of this episodes. The tension builds more than the last 2 and I am really looking forward to see what happens next
I have no idea what's going on and I love it
Other people have called these first 2 episodes hilarious, but I haven't laughed once. Not because there aren't many good, there certainly are. Its just there is an absolute uneasiness I can't shake. From the moments where the show goes deadly serious, to the bits of colour slowly added through the episode and even in the funny moments. There is just an eerie uneasiness that is hard to define
That isn't to say I haven't enjoyed it, that can't be further from the truth, I'm kind of creeped out by it and intrigued to where it goes next.
I'm intrigued and struggling to wrap my head round it at the same time
From the second wandavision begins it throws you right into a typical old black and white sitcom right down to the theme song. You dont get an explanation or anything. You are just along for the ride. And I am so intrigued by the premise its so different and weird and original. I love it.
The Office: A Benihana Christmas (2006)
42 mins of office goodness.
Comedy gold christmas special
What more could you ask for
The Office: Branch Closing (2006)
A surprisingly plot driven episode
It is such a nice change of pace when a show that usually never takes plot as a priority gives an episode like this. In a way, season 3 so far has been leading up to this as we got to know the other branch when Jim moved. Seeing everyone's different reaction to the news jan tells michael at the beginning of the episode was genius and brilliant. Seeing michael and dwight go on a basically pointless mission but bonding over it was great to see and very funny at times.
Not the funniest episode, but the most plot driven and emotional at times. I am very intrigued to see where the show goes from here
The Office: Initiation (2006)
This must be the first or one of the first episodes to feature 3 plots all happening in the episode. Previously, most of the episodes have functioned in an a plot b plot structure, and this episode definitely felt different.
The difference was, there didn't feel like there was a main story or anything, just 3 very entertaining unrelated plots. Well, unrelated with one exception.
The final phone call, OH MY GOSH. I don't want to spoil anything, but it was sad a little funny and well built up to.