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Shonda Rhimes has done it again. A compelling new political drama where a lawyer and 4 students learn how to get away with murder. It has it's up and downs but the fact that Shonda broke boundaries with this show says a lot. The amazing writing together with the impeccable performance of Viola Davis and the other casts creates the shows natural atmosphere (even if it's far from reality).… Full Review »
I have to say I am really enjoying this series. I love the variety of challenges that they face. That they solve the problems using a wide range of disciplines, from computer Science, psychology, engineering and just ol' guts and detective work, the show works for me.… Full Review »
The best show ever!!!!! No serious speaking I'm someone who's watched many anime, movies and prime-time television shows, and this show really delivers as the most exciting, dramatic, and action-oriented ever. Its story-line and screenwriting can't be matched there is absolutely no show that has better villains and twist than this show. I can truly see why Joker was so popular from Th Dark Knight it was all thank to Jonathan Nolan and his brother Chris Nolan. Elements of the perfect enemies being embodiment of personified themes is truly an art that the Nolan brothers have mastered and this show is the proof. To all the haters: " Truly what show has better a story-line, entertaining characters, juicy twists,and genius screenwriting than this show? I mean come on Seriously a "0" score? The lowest score this show a critic should give is "7"… Full Review »
So, seasons 1-5 we see a very interesting back story getting revealed, that involves the main characters, thus I give the seasons 1-5 a 8/10. Season 6 from the other hand is nothing more that clip shows with most of them not even having the feeling that Adventure Time seasons 1-5 had. So i give season 6 a 3/10… Full Review »
A completely cliche-ridden group of actors, who, except for Iris' father, are all flat in their delivery. The writing is less polished than a 12-old could write, full of glaring flaws (the Flash should move faster than light, yet takes minutes to get across town; is constantly being hit, tossed, thrown or struck by lightning (or fists)). One wonders how he survives to the next episode. The actor playing the flash is so bad I don't even know his real name. Emotionally dead 20-somethings who say 'awesome' or 'amazing' or, like Iris, deliver speeches with a smile, minis the conviction.
The CW strikes again. Every hero is 19 (and never actually grows up) and adults play the side parts. The fact that the Flash was an adult when he was struck by chemicals and lightning means nothing when you can re-write comic book story lines. The first Flash show might not have been a hit, but the hero (Barry Allen's father in this show) had some nobility, class and manliness. The theme of CW? "Teenage boys save the world!" A sad show, which will likely last forever (that's the gimmick).… Full Review »