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Entertaining but felt very Monster-Of-The-Week, with the season arc only dipping in and out occasionally. It didn't feel like Abaddon or Metatron were as big a threats as they could have been and the season wasn't as cohesive as I would have liked. But still better than Seasons 6 - 8.
Anthony Stewart Head's daughter Daisy, is introduced in this season It was driving me nuts trying to figure out why her face was familiar to me, haha. Alfie Allen's character basically felt like a slight variation of Theon Greyjoy to me. I hate and like the fact that Lydia Quigley made me feel empathetic towards her this season - She is a really good character. And I am warming more to Liv Tyler's character. I had already been spoiled about a certain character death, but it was still upsetting
Living With Yourself 6/10
Eh. It was okay. Basically felt like I had watched an average movie that was saved by the fact that I like Paul Rudd.
It's obvious that they are not sticking completely to the books, and it'll be interesting to see how much extra they add in or what they take out. However it does have a great look to it, and I'm looking forward to watching the rest.
I rarely give perfect scores but this series is amazing. It perfectly blends horror and drama, is effectively scary and unsettling but also incredibly emotional, the acting is great, the characterisation is rich and layered, it's well-written, beautifully directed and tells a complete story in a non-linear manner, which helps to keep the audience engaged and on their toes. Just a perfect season.
So far, comes off like a Clint Eastwood spaghetti western, only instead of the Man With No Name, we have a Man Who Hasn't Shown His Face.Apparently a clansman of Boba Fett, with the helmet that is never removed. Even the hero's voice sounds like Eastwood. Maybe Lucasfilm has finally achieved what Joss was trying for with "Firefly." We at last have the fabled Space Cowboy.
The Mandalorian episode 1: 8/10
I can never rate Star Wars fairly because it makes me so excited that everything is 20x better. I loved it! My brother did not appreciate my comments about the mandalorian, saying he was ‘the much sexier Boba Fett’ as my brother is a big fan of Boba Fett (despite his 6.5 mins of screen time). He also did not like the Yoda’s son comments. Anyway, lots of cool blaster scenes, looks very pretty, and interesting characters, very excited for the next episode - obviously.