The Green Arrow is born! They didn't take long for the evolution from The Arrow to Green Arrow. And the suit fits well, more in line with keeping with the comics. Overall, the season four premiere was good, although it had its misses as well as hits. My review of Arrow S4E1 Green Arrow, is as follows: Dislikes: 1. Team Arrow. For all their lack of experience, firepower, and skill and not being able to catch the "Ghosts" of Damien Darkh, who does Laurel and Thea run to for help? Oliver Queen. And when he gives them the leadership and the direction that they lack what is their reaction? They give Oliver the finger and make him feel like an outsider in a crusade that he started. 2. John Diggle. I officially hate the Diggle character and hope that it is his gravesite that Oliver visits in the end. He, above all, should understand Oliver the best, more so than anyone else. If Lyla can get over Oliver Kidnapping her, (and might I add he didn't harm a hair on her head) then surely Diggle should realize that Oliver made a tactical move and this is something he should get over. 3. Oliver having drinks with Amanda Waller like they are old drinking buddies or something. Really? How stupid can Oliver Queen be at times? That flashback scene alone made me want Amanda to have Oliver gutted and left for dead, which in a sense she did because she took him back to the Island. Why Oliver would have gone anywhere with Waller willingly I have no idea. I knew from that point he would be drugged and dragged off back to the Island or somewhere else for another mission. 4. Where is Ray and as it has been pointed out no one seems to care he is no longer among the living, (as far as anyone can tell) 5. NO MALCOLM MERLYN, NOT EVEN A CAMEO OF HE AND NYSSA FIGHTING FOR CONTROL OF THE LEAGUE OR HE HAVING DISPATCHED SPIES TO STAR CITY TO KEEP TABS ON TEAM ARROW/DAMIEN DARKH etc.!!!
Diggle really did seam annoying. And I read one of the producers interview saying that Nyssa and Malcolm will make an appearance sometime and Nyssa will not be happy about Malcolm's leadership.
I have loved this show since the beginning. There were some things I didn't like but not enough to make me leave. I hated that those of us that wanted a beautiful wedding with of all their friends and family there, were robbed of it. Anyway when Kate walked out the door and left Castle, I left too. I did not watch the 3rd episode. Heck I didn't even record it. I knew I would never want to watch it. What used to be a fun show with great chemistry between Kate and Rick has now all been lost with her leaving him. For me you can't get that back. I may start watching again after the first of next year, it just depends on what has happened since then. I don't agree with what Lanie said. Castle was forcibly kidnapped and Beckett left voluntarily. It's almost like a spouse saying you "cheated on me", and the other spouse saying, "well so did you when you were raped".
In reading what I've read about Terence Howard recently, I'm tending to believe what I've read and that's why he plays Lucious so well because he's like him in real life.............. This war is just getting started and there's more to come...........Why is the FBI raiding Empire? Why is Cookie getting arrested?
I foubd it to be an inprovement to last year's premiere and to last year's second half of the season overall. It had a lot of dynamic, nicely paced and an overall lighter approach. U can't erase the darkness out of this type of show but you can add up light, big positive emotions. They promissed a lighter season but they have to pay the price for bringing Sara back via LP in a couple of weeks. I love Sara but hate the thought of resurrecting her, cause it erases all stakes. That dead in the Family seems to be a heavy one but I've got a feeling and it's a decoy. It will be Oliver's Baby Mama who bites the dust and it will be Lances fault making Oliver go after him. Overall looking forward to the whole season in general but first next week should be great with Anarky, Mr Terrific and JerI Ryan stopping by.
Uh, so-so. I recently did a Season 3/4/5 binge to get me back in the Supernatural mood (I know, kinda self-defeating). Thus I found the story line anti-climatic and repetitive, to say the least. The best I hope for the Castiel angle is the angels are putting him on some type of intervention/cleansing, returning him to his original - and more useful/entertaining - character. If Dean is a metaphor for Cain/Michael, where's the mark of Abel/Lucifer for Sam (old question that needs answering)? As they alluded to, their way of doing things has become way old (as have the two lead actors' noticeable aging - Sam looks older than Dean! Deliberate set makeup job?). Wait and see, but we all know most of this season has been filmed - the most that can be hoped for is any re-editing based on user comments and show ratings...*sigh*
As I recall, the actors said even in season 1 that Dean had to have the stubbly look because clean-shaven he looked younger than Sam.
Well I think that McGee regressed because Tony didn't share his problems with Zoe with him. The there's no living with him comment was out of line. Good episode. Strong acting again by Michael Weatherly. He never ceases to make me feel a range of emotions as Dinozzo each week. Thought the moment between Tony and Gibbs when he talked about belonging might have cracked Gibbs' ice for just a moment. Guess we will find out.
Good episode. I'm wondering how many episodes Kelli Giddish will miss.......maybe not many being as they probably by now have at least half the season done. Looking forward to next week's episode..........
Did anyone else get an Alien 3 vibe when the infected were about to kill Sam and then didn't? It kind of reminded me of the scene where the alien didn't kill Ripley because she had a queen inside her.
I was trying to remember where I had seen that before. I was thinking the original Dawn of the Dead where they are trying to get to him but when he changes they all turn and walk away. But it was definitely the scene from Alien 3 that I was trying to remember. Thank you!
I thought it was an excellent episode. looking forward to more of Aisha Tylers character and it could have been a more than one show as story. are they going to go after the dirty dozen from the premiere more?
What is with Aisha Tyler's hair? Sorry, but it looks terrible...........doesn't suit her. Was an alright episode........the guy that played Charlie was good. I didn't watch The Mentalist so I didn't know who he was.
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