Nemo's Brother: It and Lost are the DaVinci Code of books.
Nemo's Brother: Sounds about right. It and Lost are the DaVinci Code of books.
Walker: I could go on for hours.
Walker: It's still better than "Smallville"The season premiere of that was abysmal.1. Clark loses his powers (again). I think that makes about 8 times now.2. No plot resolution at all as to how they all got out of that Montana holding facility.3. If Martian Manhunter lost his powers how did he fly Clark back to Earth and how can he still disguise himself a s a black guy when he's a martian?4. How did Clark get a job as a reporter at the Daily planet with no journalism degree and Hell, only half a year of college period.5. No Lex, no Lana, no Lionel, no Supergirl. All the good characters have left and have been replaced in the opening credits by people you don't care about.6. Clark STILL can't fly (except when he does but then forgets how he did it).I could go on for hours.
Kublai Khan: I also can't believe you listened Lana under "good characters."
KrunkSplein: In short - Burn Notice good, Heroes bad.
Mugato: farking Fox moved The Sarah Connor Chronicles opposite Heroes, so TSCC will soon be gone.
Bondidude: Obviously though, subby and the writer of TFA are both haters. It's written like a piece of someone who intended from the moment not to like it and to trash it from point A to point B.
Mangoose: KrunkSpleinBurn Notice is nothing more than a water downed made-for-TV ripoff of Desolation Jones.
KrunkSplein: This weekend I took the time to get caught up on my Heroes and my Burn Notice (I hadn't watched season 2 of either).In short - Burn Notice good, Heroes bad.Burn Notice has fantastically flawed characters and a compelling serial story while remaining strongly episodic. Not to mention the fact that it has Bruce Campbell.Heroes wrote itself into a corner during the first season by giving us the ultimate hero and the ultimate villain. It's the classic Superman situation - if Superman is there, why bother with any of the other heroes? The writers appeared to realize this and tried to backpedal in the first bit of season 2, finding ways to limit (or eliminate) their powers, but sure enough, they couldn't help but end season 2 with both of them back on their A-game. Much like Lost, the writers don't seem to have the story thought out in advance, they're just winging it.
DKinMN: Watching now."police do not yet know the cause of the shooting"What does that even MEAN?!?Lazy writing. The cause of the shooting? I think it was someone pulling the trigger on a gun.
If you like these links, you'll love
Come check out what's behind the curtain.
Sign up for the Fark NotNewsletter!
Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.
When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.
Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.
You need to create an account to submit links or post comments.
Click here to submit a link.
Also on Fark
Submit a Link »
Copyright © 1999 - 2017 Fark, Inc | Last updated: Nov 18 2017 04:13:00
Runtime: 0.370 sec (369 ms)