Caralynn have you watched The Last Kingdom on BBC America? That series hooked me instantly in a way TBX didn't. Give it a shot, I think you might like it.
This was a satisfying series finale for me. I honestly never felt invested in any of the characters enough to return for a second season. It had some decent writing, a couple of standout performances and some graphic battles. Okay stuff for a miniseries, but I can't blame FX for giving it the ax.
There's no real story here, it's all about the killer performances of Emma Roberts and Glen Powell. I'm really disappointed because the pilot was so damn solid. The season has gone from bad to worse. I'm going to finish watching it, but I have zero expectations that anything will make sense. Enjoying it as a total joke should help me get through it.
The eye-booger monster was nasty, wasn't it? If you really think about it, that's a pretty lame Doctor Who creature. Yuck!
I watched it twice to try and get a better handle on the story before writing a word. I know exactly what you mean, this was pretty confusing.
I think I rated this one higher than last week because Gatiss took a risk and tried something different for Doctor Who. The Zygons just bug me, it's a personal bias. You're right though, Zygon Inversion reflected world events brilliantly.
Here's the title card... It's definitely a futuristic font, but I'm not sure it's a callback to Guardians of the Galaxy. Still, a connection would be amazing!
I'm sure you're right, but compass was just the first word that popped into my head. Sometimes you're just so focused on getting your thoughts on paper you miss details like this. I was lost in Jemma's dilemma to be honest.
I didn't think of that at all, because I quickly got lost in Jemma's ordeal. Now I want to go back and look at that opening title sequence again haha... Wouldn't it be great if this arc connected to Guardians (or Thanos)?
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