Miss Peregine's Home for Peculiar Children. I give it 6.5/10. I loved the special effects, the casting, and the premise of the story, but the execution kind of sucked.
In multiple scenes, you have characters just standing there waiting to be caught or killed; it didn't help that the chief protagonist couldn't hit a target, a large target, just 2 feet away. That was annoying and I blame it on the director.
What would a baby from Neelix and Kes look like? They had to write off Kes from the show to avoid answering it.
Just finished AHS Season 1. It was the lowest rated out of all, so I should be excited for the next seasons only hearing the plot is better.
Find out I won't see Emma until S3 + S4.
It was okay for me. Very interesting for my feelings considering it got me to watch the entire episode without phasing through boring periods. Mostly predictable. I mean the show was just starting out, so I got to cut them some slack anyway. The last episode gave me a sort of bittersweet feeling but slightly more bitter, but it's a "horror" show.. what'd I expect. Kind of a little bit stupid in a way too.
AHS Spoiler Alert:
One thing was why was the maid older even though she died young? Seems like a plot hole.
And who knew Lady GaGa would play a role on S5? That'll be interesting.
Other show I have been seeing is Luke Cage. My man, my man.
Kind of stopped in the middle of S2 of Californication, very much a different show.. but it's been quite repetitive. I suppose I always liked David in the X-Files anyway. Not the kind of show you'd feel you want your parents to catch you watching anyway.
With Lost, I'm also on S2, but it's just not that exciting. My dad says there's something that's worth watching it all for.. so it'll be nice.
It's watched the first episode of the second season of AHS. I was thinking today that maybe it's a series I can skip. I mean it feels a bit thrilling to be wide awake in angst but it feels like I'm making a certain section of my brain rot with horrific imagery. My intuition depends on reality to make sense of the most. I mean I can learn about real tragic deaths but that just doesn't make me feel at home either but it's interesting nonetheless. I don't plan on becoming a homocide detective.