After my positive review of Lucifer season 1, I feel obliged to also present my far less positive review of season. Season 2 manages to do just about everything wrong that season 1 did right.
So, spoiler warning: I’m going to break down season 2, revealing a lot about season 1 in the process. Note that I haven’t seen all of season 2 yet, but I’ve seen enough for a review. Also, it will take another month or so to soldier on through the last few episodes and my scathingness is now fresh.
In space, no one can hear you scream. That’s good, because I wanted to scream after watching the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. Of course, saying I don’t like something is one thing, supporting that with arguments takes a bit more work.
Did you see Lord of the Rings: the Two Towers in a theater when it came out nearly fifteen years ago? I did. When I first saw it, I found the character Faramir poorly done. Then the extended edition came out, and changed all that.
Hannibal is the main character of the television show of the same name. Hannibal is a franchise on his own, starring in Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon, and other movies. Today, I’ll focus on the depiction from the most recent television series. Why is he so scary but compelling? Let’s have a look.