And there it is, the season finale. Which had a rather surprising, unexpected effect on me…Continue reading
Let’s continue with the episode that introduces us to a character played by an actor who has since found his way into several blockbuster movies as kind-of one of the main characters… still, I miss Jefferson.Continue reading
At first, the title sounds like a promise. The last episode left us with a cliffhanger, but I felt with not much more story to tell, so it was natural to assume that the Neverland story will come to an end. Going Home? Sounds good. Sounds positive.
Alas, this is, after all, Once Upon a Time. And there is still half a season left. One should have known better.Continue reading
When I read that title now I’m really tempted to say: No. Stop. Don’t do it. Henry’s getting as annoying as his grandmother. Thank God there are a few other characters around.Continue reading
I guess it is about time that we learn something about Rumple’s history – and I mean the one before there were Milah and Bae. Here now we get a glimpse into his childhood… and into the “birth” of another character.
Storybrooke’s back! Or better, we are back in Storybrooke, and finally see some familiar faces again that have been absent for this season until now.
Back into action. Yes, I think ONCE UPON A TIME is slowly finding back to its own dynamic, and I hope they manage to keep that now. That is not to say that I’m yet completely happy with the show (again), but it looks good for getting there.
One thing before I get started: The title card animation with the mermaid was gruesome. Sorry, but this looked more like taken from a horror movie than anything else.
And after a good year, we finally get Hook’s history. This episode was actually interesting in that regard, even though it left a question or two unanswered… questions it prompted to begin with, where I didn’t think it should have. Continue reading