Agents of Shield 4×17 “Identity and Change” Review. 

Agents of Shield 4×17 didn’t disappoint as we got a deeper look into the “What If” lives of our Shield agents in the framework.

  Agents of Shield 4×17 didn’t disappoint as we got a deeper look into the “What If” lives of our Shield agents in the framework.  

 First off, we get our very first look, at Hope. Hope is of course Macks ill-fated daughter and she in the framework has a wonderful life with her Daddy, Mack. Mack in the Framework is a law abiding citizen and follows all of Hydras rules, but when Hope takes a Hydra drone, she gets them in trouble with Hydra. 

 I felt the most entertaining, emotionally heart renching scene was at Radcliffes Island. After Madam Hydra and Fitz arrive, we get a beautiful scene where Radcliffe was trying his hardest to convince Fitz of this fake place, whilst Madam Hydra was trying to convince him of the opposite, meanwhile Jemma hiding behind the bush with Ward and Coulson, and pouring her heart out trying to get Ward not to shoot “The Doctor”, and it all culminated with Fitz shooting Agnus, proving his loyalty to Madam Hydra. 

 During all of that Daisy… erm Skye, gets discovered by May tricking Mack… into Tricking Skye to reveal she was a Shield agent into a microphone. The ending of the episode shows Hydra knows Skye is Inhuman and Fitz is now tasked with tourtueing Skye. 

 All in all I felt this was a solid second episode in the Agents of Hydra arc and I’d give the episode a 4.5 outta 5, as I felt the episode kinda dragged up until the halfway point, but from there it was AMAZING. 

 

Marvel’s Agents of Shield 4×16 “What If…” Review.

I know… i know, im late and im sorry, but i hope this review was worth the wait… (That is if you were waiting for it)

So, As the LMD arc ends and this new “Agents of Hydra” arc begins, Let me start off by staying… This episode (And hopefully the entire arc) was amazing. First things first, Ward. Is. Back. Ward quickly became a beloved villain, and when he was killed by Coulson we all shed a tear, only to rejoice when the Inhuman, Hive, took over Wards dead body… but alas, when Hive was defeated and killed, we all thought that was the last of Ward, but it wasn’t. Ward back… but with a twist! Instead Of being a Hydra agent pretending to be a Shield agent, in the framework… iTS REVERSED!!! Ward is a good guy! It was great to see him being in a relationship with “Skye” and here’s hoping he gets some badass action sequences soon.

Coulson was as amazing as ever, not much changed except Clark Gregg did awesome being a teacher who teaches a class about Inhumans and why we fear them.

Daisy, which is now back to Skye lol, did awesome having to literally wake up to this different world as well as the new world order.

Now, as you would expect, May is… still May lol. The only thing so far that has changed with May is she didn’t kill the girl in Bahrain but because of the outcome she still has the same Stone Wall personality we all love.

Next up on my review is Fitz. Fitz is a perfect example of why Shields characters are loved so much, because every actor gets to play a different version of their character almost every season. For instance, in season 1 Fitz was the dorky scientist who could do no wrong, In season 2 he was a scientist going crazy from having a mental block because of when Ward dropped him and Simmons out of the plane into the water. In season 3 Fitz got to play more of a hero character, even traveling universes away to save simmons, now in season 4, he gets to play “The Doctor” who is 2nd in command in Hydra.

Wrapping up also wanted to give a shout out to Elizabeth Henstridge who did fantastically, especially in the Simmons and Coulson scene in the classroom.

Also Madam Hydra was cool but she was only in a scene so we will hopefully see more of her.

All in all, once again Shield makes yet another great episode and I cannot wait to see what happens next!

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow S2 Finale Review.

Will contain spoilers. Enter at your own risk!

So the Season Two of Legends just ended. And I’ve got some thoughts on the episode as well as the season. First, the episode was pretty average. Not amazing but not bad either. VFX seemed to be better then the previous episodes this season. Action felt the same no real improvements. The cliffhanger at the end was really dumb, but I’ll touch on that later.

I think it’s fair to say this episode didn’t live up to a lot of our standards. But, I’m pretty sure Snart and Rip will be back for season 3.

The scene with Eobard and the multiple versons of himself was cool. Black Flash was also very impressive. One of my favorite parts was when Mick and the other version of Mick had some beef. That was funny and made me laugh. As well as the Laurel cameo it was very special and Sara getting some closure. 

Time for the cliffhanger at the end. It sets up season 3 in LA but it’s over run with dinosaurs…. I am still undecided on this, it could turn out to be interesting or really bad… 

But I will give the episode a 7.5/10. But season 2 overall earns a 8.5/10 from me. I seriously loved this season. Hopefully season 3 can be this good. 

Let me know what you guys think in the comments or on Twitter. – Sway.

Legion Review.

This is the post excerpt.

Warning: this is my first time reviewing something, so enjoy.

So, I recently finished FX’s Legion. And I have a lot to say. Gonna start with the pros first. The acting was amazing. The show stars Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza and Rachel Keller, which is an amazing cast who each give perfect performances that makes the show come to life. The visuals were brilliant as well. Episode 7 in particular stands out to me. Movie quality if I am being completely honest with myself.  Not to mention a pretty good story if you can keep your head wrapped around it. legionheader

Time for the cons, the story is confusing and hard to follow at times, I had to re watch a few scenes some times to make sure I understand it fully. I hated how short it was 8 episodes seems very short compared to most other Marvel shows which are 13 episodes. But I understand why it needed to be 8 episodes.

The show is also tripy at times. And the show can be a mind fuck if you don’t devote all your attention to it. Overall it was a fun watch. I’d for sure recommend it to anyone who wants not only a good superhero show but an amazing television show. I give it a solid 90/100.web_detailhero_series_dsktp_legion_1280x600.jpg