Last episode of season 2 of Lost was on last night. And can I just say that this has to be the most pointless telly watching I have ever done. I don’t like the characters. Even Charlie is annoying at this stage. I despise Jack with his “leadership issues”. Kate is a moany cow who […]
This episode centres on Walt and Michael, with flashbacks of how Walt ended up not knowing his father, and living in Australia. As well as how Michael regained custody. We also see more hints that Walt is, as the episode title suggests, special.
But this show would want to start doing a little more than hinting.
I mean I do get that there are a whole load of characters and they all have their own backstories, but Lost is starting to drag. The problem, I think, is that every aspect of the story is arc-base. There is no resolution at all in any of the episodes, everything is focused on what happens next.
Episode # 13
A good episode here. I didn’t review the previous one Whatever the Case May Be because it wasn’t good and I didn’t have anything to say about it. This one however was very, very interesting.
We got to see Boone’s flashbacks, and they said a fair bit about his and Shannon’s history. I have to say I was a little unsure of their exact relationship and once we saw a little of their past it was safe to say there was no way they were just brother and sister.
You know Lost is starting to bug me. The storylines are interesting and the mysterious island is a great device. Throwing all these people together, the never knowing quite what to expect. All interesting and promising much. But despite this I often just don’t care what happens. Maybe it is down to Jack. I’ve said […]
I haven’t reviewed an episode of Lost in a while, mainly because I’ve been getting a little bored. Every episode seems to follow the same pattern with the flashbacks and the finding out the background of whomever is in the starring role And although this episode did have the same general structure, focusing on Sayid’s […]
Okay, so far we know that there are around 48 survivors of the plane crash, that there is some huge weird beast living on the island, that there are polar bears in the jungle, and that people aren’t straightforward (although I guess we should know that from real life right?).
This episode concentrates on Locke, the more-than-slightly odd fella.
This basically follows on from episode one. We learn a bit more about some of the survivors, mainly through flash-back. But overall I’m still failing to see why this has been so hyped. Still I’ve been told that once we get to episode #4 everyone who watches will be hooked. This episode is mainly about […]
I’ve heard lots of good rumours about this programme, but haven’t actually read anything about it, didn’t want to get spoiled if I decided to watch it.
RTE showed the pilot (2 episodes) back to back last Monday, and there wasn’t much else on so I figured I may as well watch it. So far it is okay, I’m not sure why there has been so much raving about how great it is. Then again, I can’t really judge after only one episode.
The realities of being ship-wrecked (plane wrecked doesn’t sound right does it?) begin to set in. Water is in short supply, and there is a death. Bringing the number of survivors down to 46. (spoilers if you read on)