I thought the show got to complete it's story. Only found it was cancelled once I got into it. Still a pretty fun ride though.I miss Legend of the Seeker, I was excited for a 3rd season only for it to get canceled. It still haunts me that the show didn't get the audience it deserves.
I actually liked the interplay between Jade and Kit. I thought that was the sweetest part of the season. To be fair, I enjoyed the back half of the season more than the first half. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood for the Super Grumpy Principles from the original film. I do feel like I should give the whole season a shot again...I enjoyed watching Willow but I regret watching it with my Republican family because my Homophobic Dad kept on ranting about LGBTQ+. I am trying to be patient enjoying the show because I know he is from a different time and era.
That trailer with Fury is for the "Secret Invasion" series coming this year. The "Avengers: Secret Wars" movie doesn't come out until 2026.I only saw one trailer of secrets wars by far and my speculation is it will focus on Nicky Fury in some kind of murder mystery type of chase against with the Skrulls.
Even upon further reflection since I mentioned it in this episode, I am getting the feeling that I was too harsh on the series overall. I do still wish they hadn't made Willow and Sorsha borderline caustic in the first four episodes, but I did enjoy the back half of the season more than the front half. Maybe my own attitude was too sour going into it, and maybe it deserves a better shake from me. Thank you for your thoughts on it!I don't give a damn about the people who don't like Willow; it's been hailed for its excellent visual effects, compelling plot, and excellent cast work. While also paying respect to the original, the show investigates brand-new plotlines and characters in the fantastical world that the movie presented. Fans of the fantasy genre and of the original film should definitely watch "Willow" as a whole.
That whole film is a visual feast. I do hope there is a more well preserved print of the film in its entirety out there somewhere that can supplant the Argentinian print. I would buy that copy in a heartbeat.Metropolis is a very important piece of art that continues to inspire and motivate filmmakers, painters, and other kinds of artists. It is famous for the iconic images, lavish settings, and inventive special effects that it features. Even though "Metropolis" was first shown in theaters more than 90 years ago, it still keeps people interested and makes them think deeply. This is the movie that made me open minded to watch old movies.
That scene ripped my heart out. Pascal has been rock solid the whole series thus far. Can't wait to see where it goes (especially for a n00b like me who has never played the game).Pedro Pascal's acting during Sarah's death scene in The Last of Us was absolutely breathtaking. He truly embodies the emotional depth and raw talent that makes him one of the greatest actors of our time. Sarah's death was a heart-wrenching moment in the game and the show captured it. The way it was portrayed really showcases the impact loss and tragedy can have on us. It's moments like these that make The Last of Us such a powerful and memorable story
We need to give Neil Druckmann the required credit as they have created a masterpiece with their most acclaimed video games "The Last of Us" and "The Last of Us Part II and I am actually expecting more such from him.All of my life I thought I will never see a great Videogame adaptation because I am so use to Hollywood ruining everything.
It's amazing to see a video game translated for television in a way that keeps faithful to the original.
To be honest, Neil Druckmann's original intention in creating the game was to make it appear as if it belonged in a movie, which was a radical thought at the time.
Because of its cinematic and logical story structure, the 2013 video game was easily converted into a television drama.
Making the transition to television is thus simple.