"Its like the show was hiding what it truly could become until now." "Okay, since when did this show suddenly become AMAZING?!" "A story that begins with some crudely drawn panels of a boy wandering around his house, very gradually, achieves liftoff in scope and presentation. As hard as it might be to believe from reading the first few panels, everything in that trailer takes place in the story later on in a meaningful context." You'd be hard pressed to find even the snobbiest critic saying unkind things about Harry Potter, particularly after Book Three, when the story stops being good and starts being ninja-good. "What is there to say? The best Dalek story of the classic series, the best story up to this point in the classic series, a story so radical that it changed how people did
Doctor Who forever. Would there have been a new series if the show had been cancelled before this? Im not sure there would have been..."
"In the coming season I will suffer from Seven fatigue as I do think they focused on her character too much to the detriment of others, but that isnt a problem at the moment. Having a spanking new character join is exactly what the show needs to give it a lift and regardless of how shallow shoving a Borg drone into a cat suit is, the character really works and has made me pay attention to
Voyager again... We end the episode with the ship damaged and perverted with Borg technology and a Borg drone separated from the Collective—and we open the next episode in exactly the same place
without everything ship shape and hunky dory again! Colour me impressed! "
"Hunky Dory gave me a fabulous groundswell. I guess it provided me, for the first time in my life, with an actual audience I mean, people actually coming up to me and saying, 'Good album, good songs.' That hadn't happened to me before. It was like, 'Ah, I'm getting it, I'm finding my feet. I'm starting to communicate what I want to do. Now: what is it I want to do?' There was always a double whammy there.
(Amy), run to Best Buy and see if they have a portable DVD player and Season One of a show called Hannah Montana
Have her get Season Two. Season One, it was still finding itself.
Asuka arrives and the show finally becomes good! In my not-so humble opinion of Torchwood, series one was crap, series two got a little bit better, Children of Earth was when they really came into their own
"Pretty early on in Thor: Ragnarok I realised something kind of incredible. The Marvel Cinematic Universe may be the first film series in history to take nearly
twenty movies to hit its stride...you can tell that Marvel have been paying very serious attention to the criticisms that their movies have been getting, creating better villains, better visuals, and hiring genuine idiosyncratic directing talent over journeymen. Crazy as it sounds, I think were getting to the point where Marvels movies stop being merely fun and becoming actually
artistically noteworthy. In fact, we might already be there."
Mr. Enter: That was... alright, I guess. But I don't see what the fuss is about. I mean, it's just another typical adult cartoon. It's another show about another asshole with random cutaway gags and a good helping of gross-out humor. Not to mention that that animation isn't really doing much for me. And who the hell cold anyone relate to a character like BoJack?! He's a rich, washed-up asshole! Who would want to relate to a character like BoJack?! But I got the whole season, so let's keep going.
Mr. Enter: Well, that was surprising. Goddamn, BoJack, how could you? Let me guess, though. Next episode, we're back to square one and this will never be mentioned again except as maybe some random throwaway gag. That's how this kind of show works, right?
Mr. Enter: Okay, that is not how this show works. At all. I, uh... I think I kind of like this show. But I don't think the show's going to top that.
Mr. Enter: Okay, this show topped that!
how you could relate to a character like BoJack. But still, I have to wonder if you would want
to. This kind of show, it makes you realize parts of yourself that you've been hiding from, and it's not a pleasant feeling.
Mr. Enter: Holy shit. So... that's... that's how you end an episode.
Mr. Enter: Fuck...
I think I need to lie down and stare at the ceiling for a while.
"Their early work was a little too New Wave for my tastes, but when
Sports came out in '83, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically."