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Shameless: Ride or Die (2016)
What a character. So glad to see him back along with the ending. Him and Ian are fantastic together. Along with Frank and Monica. Very excited for these last 2 episodes. Hoping to see Lip turn things around, his storyline has been very intriguing.
Shameless: NSFW (2016)
One of the better episodes in a while
Outstanding acting. Carl's character has turned into arguably the best in the show. When the writers get away from trying to be too funny and just let it happen naturally, things flow so much better. Frank's character development is also underrated. Honestly the only character that is continuing to bother me a lot is Fiona. I have no problem at all with the way Gus acted towards her. She has continued to cheat, and continues to cheat her family like s**t.
However, me complaining about characters doesn't mean I enjoyed the episode any less. Just outstanding plots going on right now.
Shameless: South Side Rules (2015)
Never thought we'd meet a character worse than Sheila
Sheila was the worst. So annoying, and just a terrible person on so many levels. However, Sammi is by far the worst person and character I've seen on any TV show in my life. This episode left me in tears. Heartbreaking. Not happy at all with the writers decision to do this to Ian.
Bloodline: Part 25 (2017)
Out of control
I'd actually argue that this was the best episode of Bloodline. No dull spots. Tense the whole entire time. Phenomenal plot line, and some of the most tense scenes I've ever seen.
Bloodline: Part 13 (2015)
Very well done
I'll be the first to admit I had my doubts about this show the first 6 or so episodes. But as the season went on, everything just got progressively better. Kyle Chandler and Ben Mendelsohn showed why they were nominated for numerous awards this season. Absolutely phenomenal acting.
Bloodline: Part 8 (2015)
Part 8 delivered. For some reason I stuck with this show because I had a feeling that it would eventually get really good, and that happened. Much more to come too, which makes it even more exciting. Hell of an episode. Every single scene between John and Danny is phenomenal. Two amazing actors.
Just brilliant writing, some of the best I've ever seen. So creative on so many levels, so original and unique. The whole entire acid part of the episode was one of the best segments of television I've ever seen. This was a ballsy move by the writers to pull this off, and they did it to absolute perfection. Just a work of art.
Very close to a 10/10, but I'm saving that because I truly believe this show has more to give, but that being said- This was some incredible writing. I never thought a TV show would be able to produce this amount of entertainment in such a quick span of 40 minutes, but Riverdale succeeded. The scenes of Fred attempting to come back to life are amazing. So many questions are in front of us, and we have the pleasure of knowing we have a full season ahead of us to watch to discover what is going to happen.
127 Hours (2010)
This was the best movie I have ever seen, and I'm going to tell you why.
This movie was a work of art. It is a crime that James Franco didn't win a Golden Globe for this. His acting was so spot on that you truly forgot that this was a movie. This is a must see for anyone who loves movies.
I am in absolute awe. There are no words to describe how unbelievable this episode was. Karla Souza and Viola Davis had performances that were easily worthy of awards. The 3 minute long scene of Laurel in the elevator was one of the few scenes ever that made me cry. This was one of those episodes that when it ended you just sit there and watch the credits roll. Absolutely unbelievable.
Overall, I have to say that this is the best episode of any type of television that I have ever seen. I kid you not.
How to Get Away with Murder: Wes (2017)
Wow. So much emotion. I almost teared up seeing the final scene of Wes crawling away from his killer. And the final scene of Annalise talking at the AA meeting was definitely one of the most emotional scenes we have seen on this show. This show has been seriously the most entertaining show I've ever watched maybe with the exception of Breaking Bad. Unbelievable acting by Viola Davis. Alfred Enoch as well. Wes Gibbons will be missed as a character on this show.
This is the third episode I am rating a 10/10 up to this point in this series, going with Kill me, Kill me, Kill me, and What did we do. This is out of pure emotion. The scenes of Annalise losing her baby was one of the more emotional scenes I've watched. The scenes of all the characters getting drunk also brought out a lot of emotion that we haven't seen yet. Viola Davis once again provides elite acting. Amazing episode. One where it makes you take a few minutes just so sit down and reflect on what you just watched.
Work of art
Wow. That's all that can be said. Wow. This episode reached a new level of intensity. Pure drama at it's finest, and some of the best acting I've seen. Seriously, the acting specifically by Viola Brown, Jack Falahee as Connor, and Matt McGorry as Asher was award deserving. There were so many different events that happened in this episode, I don't even know how I'd be able to hit all of them. I'll just leave this review by saying, this is why we watch TV. To be entertained, amazed, stunned. That's why this episode is a work of art. Unbelievable. I'm at a loss for words.
The episode that we have been waiting for all season came, and it did not disappoint. One of the greatest hours of television drama that I have ever witnessed. So many different scenes used in previous episodes all connected perfectly, while the episode succeeded in still adding a great amount of surprises. I was left absolutely mind blown at the end. This show has so far exceeded my expectations greatly, and I cannot wait to see what else will be coming.
Black Mirror: Shut Up and Dance (2016)
I have never in my life quite watched an episode of any show, or even a movie for that matter, that has blown my mind like Shut Up and Dance. If this isn't the greatest episode of Black Mirror, then I don't know what is. I watched White Christmas yesterday, and this episode absolutely destroys it in every way possible. From within the first 5 minutes, you were on the edge of your seat, and that continued until the end. Phenomenal writing, great acting, I'm at a loss for words. Unbelievable.
Dexter: Get Gellar (2011)
This is why I watch the show
I'm actually very surprised by the amount of people fussing over the plot twist at the end, and the people that have a problem with this season. This is high quality entertainment, and I watch this show to be entertained. This episode had me glued to the screen non stop for all 50 minutes. The main plot has been absolutely fantastic, as I truly am intrigued by Travis. The subplots however are also fantastic. Desmond Harrington has seriously been deserving of awards for his acting in this season as Joey Quinn, showing the mental pain and weaknesses a man can go through during a bad breakup. I couldn't be more excited to see how these last 3 episodes pan out.
Solid, but can see why people had complaints
I decided to watch the MCU movies in chronological order from time periods, so I started with Captain America. It kept me entertained, and I really liked the start, but it definitely stagnated a little at times in the middle of the movie. I feel like Marvel can definitely do much better than this, but it was a good introduction to Captain America, who I will be seeing lots of in the future in these other MCU films.
13 Reasons Why: The Chalk Machine (2018)
The episode maintained the steam the show had from the previous 2 episodes. Unbelievable acting performance by Tommy Dorfman as Ryan Shaver in this episode, by far his best appearance yet to date. I'll say it again, I wish that Hannah would stop appearing, it's getting ridiculous now, he's still having completely normal conversations with her.
13 Reasons Why: The Drunk Slut (2018)
Starting to get it's magic back
The first 2 episodes were pretty disappointing honestly, but this episode was much more interesting, with help from the re-emergence of Justin Foley. Like the other review stated, I also cannot stand the imaginary Hannah scenes. It's just so stupid, I get that they're trying to say she's still in his mind but it's just so unrealistic and annoying that it adds nothing positive to the show.
Emergence of Skye isn't helping
I hate to single out a specific character but Skye just doesn't fit in well as a main character, let alone Clay's significant other. I just don't buy it and there's not much chemistry between the actors or the characters.
I hope the upcoming episodes show more of Justin.
Breaking Bad: Seven Thirty-Seven (2009)
Where it gets real
This is where the show really turns from a great show into one of the best shows we've ever seen. This episode begins Season 2, which was an absolutely fantastic season that put this show in the elite categories, as Seasons 3,4, and 5 eventually took it on top of the elite category. Watching this show the second time around, this episode is perhaps even more thrilling watching it the second time, because you have more of an emotional attachment to the characters.
Best episode of the season
Very, very well done episode. The chemistry between Riggs and Meredith is undeniable, but it's the medical work done by the two of them that really puts this episode over the top. It's what these doctors do best, they get people to trust them, and that's always nice to see. This episode was well paced, interesting, and worth watching, where some past episodes this season have been a tad dry. My vote is 10!
Breaking Bad: One Minute (2010)
This is how it's supposed to be
With a very exciting start of the episode that immediately catches your attention, to a solid middle of the episode that contributes to the plot, we were already looking at a very good episode right there. Then came the last 6 minutes. These last 6 minutes were among the best minutes of any TV episode I have ever seen. Unbelievable work right here. Scenes like the last one are why this show is considered to be among the best of all time.
Breaking Bad: Gray Matter (2008)
Dry, but a needed episode
This episode was needed for this show and it's progression. It was a tad boring with all the dialogue, but it was indeed needed to progress the plot lines. It was nice to have the show end with Jesse and Walter reuniting. With this short first season winding up, I anticipate some big plot twists, and events coming up in the future episodes. Due to the lack of action I'm giving it a 7, but this was still a solid episode.
Breaking Bad: Cancer Man (2008)
This was a very good episode. It was nice to see a great progression of the plot. This one had me entertained from the start. I'm very intrigued on the relationship and where it stands between Jesse and Walter. Also, the plot line of Jesse and his family along with his brother was some very interesting stuff also. Also, the ending scene of Walter blowing up the guys car was just pure genius. This show has some very good stuff going on right now and I'm excited to see where it progresses.