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This is great sci-fi, mind bending, intellectual, and unpredictable. The first season it's the best season.
Different, the first successful screen adaptation of hacking in a way that it's fresh and interesting. The show meshes conspiracy theories that feed into a an Illuminati type group called the dark army. The main character, Elliot, suffers from some sort of mental disorder and is a genius hacker. His disorder makes the viewer question the validity of the world this story is set, since the majority of the story follows or is seen through the experiences of Elliot. An incredible experience.
Highly recommend this show. It's exceptionally good, better that the first season. It solved a lot of the issues I had with the first season which, seemed uneven in its pacing and had a series of unnecessary story threads. This season is fast paced, spooky, violent, and an excellent use of Stephen King's characters.
I'm supposed to not like this show, but I love it. It does not live up to the level of writing of the original watchmen material, but it is great. Regina king is awesome, Jeremy Irons is great, , the portrayal of the Tulsa massacre alone is deserving of 5 stars. The dialogue is not as clever, quotable, or interesting as any of the dialogue of the characters as they were portrayed on the comic. It makes up for its lack of Alan Moore, by having an interesting set of events. As it stands this first season is really that good, great casting, and incredible cinematography. This is not for Watchmen as it was in the comics, It's impossible to recreate what Alan Moore is able to do with a pen, but it still better than 90% of everything on television.
This was amazingly entertaining. I really enjoyed reliving the 90's New York hip hop era. It was really educational, it put into perspective a lot of the lyrical content from my favorite hip hop group. I didn't enjoy the biggie or pac movies, they were weak, skinny on the details, didn't tell us or show us anything the fans didn't already know. The Wu was different it had a lot that nobody knew. Meth used to play Lacrosse, Rae used to work for Power, Power used to work for Dreads, Ghost and RZA hustled together, GZA first album was all industry politics. This is an exceptional series, high quality in all fronts.
The best on screen interpretation of DC's heroes, or any comic heroes.
This show doesn't fail, good writing is the essential recipe that has allowed this show to deliver consistent quality stories for 4 seasons. This is where shows like this succeed and where Game of thrones failed.
Great TV, it is relentless. Just when I thought I had it all figured out they pull another surprise without coming of as cheap tv gimmick. This show delivered another great season.
Final episodes ruined the series. They failed epically.