I don't have all the words right now but this film is a work of art.
I like movies that are aware of what they are selling... without [any] greater aspirations than to make people laugh and that's it.
This film is so real. It treats its characters with so much care and sensitivity.
The movie really just wants to entertain people.
This show goes from mediocre to absolutely terrible. Childish acting. Inconsistent abilities, plot holes the size of the multi-verse, Ridiculous decisions, and on and on... Season 4 starts the forced political and LGBT agenda. I say forced because they're not subtle at all. This series starts out for viewers 14 and older, but quickly goes to 14 and younger. When season 4 is done, I'm done.
Are you folks serious with the love story nonsense and the whole gotta do the right thing BS. Ask yourselves what exactly are you writing here, who is your audience? Are you folks brain dead or just assuming that all of your viewers are?!?I would have preferred to see all of the characters tortured and beaten for all of infinity, would be more appropriate for the level of intelligence they were given.This would have been more successful as a bad soap opera.
Season 1 of the flash was one of the BEST seasons of any superhero show, period. It's plot was great with many twists and turns, the editing was quality, the acting was superb and the dialogue between characters was believable (only had a small amount of those smushy, dramatic and "emotional" pep talks). I would give it a solid 8.7/10. Then came season 2. In my opinion, it was also pretty good. The plot was a bit meh but it was made up with more twists and turns and good acting but I thought that they could've done more to build up the other new characters (I.e Wally and Jessie). I'd give it a 7.5/10. Now this is where it all changed. Season 3 was practically the start of when fans started to dislike the show. The way overly done "emotional" sit downs became common for every episode, the villain was pathetic and the plot was just dreadful. I mean, you expect me to be threatened and intimidated by a villain who wanted to be a part of the flash crew to have friends and be liked?! Anyway, I digress. I would give it a 6.2/10 (which is very generous). Now, for season 4 they clearly didn't learn from their mistakes. It was by far the worst season they could possible do! The villain just seemed so...... lame? I mean they spend all this time trying to build him up as some big strong evil villain (and failing miserably) then to have him killed of in an instant. Now im not even going to generalise this season, but I am going to criticise the last episode. IT WAS THE WORST THING EVER! (Also spoilers) So they've built up this villain whose seems unstoppable, having like 15 meta powers and the intelligence to predict the flashs every move. His gf leaves him and decides to be good cus he's too evil blah blah blah then they decide that the only way to kill him is to kill his conscience by going INTO HIS MIND. Now you're probably thinking "oh, devoes got super intelligence, and probably saw this coming. No biggie" but no, he didn't, but imma give him the benefit of the doubt and say he was focused on something else or smthin idk. So the flash goes into his head and, huh, omg, wow that's so crazy. They find Ralph dibney, the super flexible dude that devoe killed and are able to save him, somehow unlike the other metas devoe killed. HOW CONVENIENT! So then they go through this lame battle, fighting like 30 devoes and then eventually kill him. Then you're left thinking "that's it? That was quick" but oh no, devoe ain't done there. He does this weird technological thing and appears alive and moves on to the grand finale. Then you probably think "what's devoe gonna do? Blow up the world? Make every one dumb like he said?" then devoes says "nah mate. Imma just like rain a bunch of meteors over this one city! Haha I'm so super evil!" I think I've exaggerated a bit but it was just so baaaaad. So after all the work devoe has done and all the flash has done they just end it by going in his brain. That's like the film equivalent of "and then he found out it was all a dream..." all this stuff happened just to be contradicted by that. And this all happened before like half the episode! The rest was all mushy and emotional, the worst way to end a season. I'm done. I'm sorry, I can't continue. I'm done. 5.4/10. Imma leave now.
I really enjoyed season 1, and parts of 2 and 3, but the acting from of the actors really flopped at times. That being said, season 4 was absolutely amazing. The acting by Tom Cavanaugh and Neil Sandilands were excellent and really made season 4. Overall though, I really enjoy this series. Run Flash run!