Raxivace wrote:Anyone else going to be checking out the premiere on Sunday?
I feel hesitant about getting sucked into another Lindelof show only to feel disappointed in the end, but even when he's terrible I still can't help but be fascinated by whatever he's is doing. That he's also working with something as beloved as Watchmen has me curious too, especially if he actually does try and tackle new ideas instead of reiterating themes from Lost and The Leftovers (The latter of which already of which kind of repeated ideas from Lost).
Hopefully this new show won't be a disaster?
Raxivace wrote:Faustus have you been keeping up with this?
I gotta say after episode 6 I'm feeling a bit ambivalent about the show again.
Raxivace wrote:I'm torn on 6 because as a flashback I liked it just fine, but as a surreal trippy dream episode it had the same problem certain episodes in The Leftovers did where it never really got crazy enough for me.
Lol fuck you past Raxivace.Raxivace wrote:Especially if he actually does try and tackle new ideas instead of reiterating themes from Lost
Raxivace wrote:YMMV on much sense the explanation we get makes, though dramatically I didn't find it satisfying.
Also, the big reveal here has me mad. Seriously we're going back into the Locke/Richard compass scene predestination paradox well to explain the fucking inciting incident of this whole show with Crawford's death? Fucking really?
Man, I was really into the show I thought this started as but man it has gotten really silly.
Yeah I don't actually get legit irked that often by shows or movies, but something about Lindelof missing the mark always brings it out in me.Derived Absurdity wrote:Man, this thread was an emotional rollercoaster.
Raxivace wrote:Yeah this probably isn't a surprise but that finale fell pretty flat for me.
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