The best films of this genre always show a path and provide a takeaway for being a better person.
what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.
The film's masterful storytelling did its job. The message was clear. No need to overdo.
maybe, it is not fair to write than it is one of the most seductive series. but this is it. for many, many reasons. first - for David Boreanaz escaping from the clothes of Buffy and Angel in the skin of a character almost great. second, for the smart script who does not ignore the nuances of relations traits, complexity of cases, the bitter humor and the levels of hunt for solve small and huge problems. a film who, without be original, remains special. for a form of identity who does it the best choice for a large public. because it is a harbor market - all fresh, all tasty, all attractive.
The show was never 100% original, in that odd partners and detective shows are a penny on television.But it was generally enjoyable, although to be honest the episodes are very similar to one another - can't escape that, in that it's identify cause of death and catch the bad guy/gal every week.But it should have ended when Bones and Booth became a couple. And given the stretched out will they/won't they story, that was more or less rushed through in a few minutes.Once together, it became more about babies and family discussions. Not exactly a crime series, and it felt out of place and frankly boring.The visit to the UK killed it for me more than anything. Stereotyped to high hell, and there's no way you'd get a vintage mini car from a hire firm either (other than those renting classic cars). Cringeworthy television at its worst.If it had stuck to 5 seasons, I'd have rated it higher. However, Season 6 onward killed it for me.A shame that shows like this carry on (and on and on and on), yet other shows get cancelled halfway through their first run.
This show took us through comedy, tragedy, suspense, hope, and so much more. It is sad to know that it is now over. However the twelve years that all of the viewers have enjoyed (and cried) will always remember this series forever. From the humorous start to the deaths, twists and turns, everyone of will always have our favourite scenes. Bone's' methodology, determination and intellect will inspire many and Booth's humour and definition of character will do just the same to many others. I will miss this show as much as "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" but it displays the strength and character we should all strive to achieve to be as great as these characters (to all the interns and Saroyan) in our every day lives. Much appreciation and love to all the great years you have entertained us all!!! Recommend this series to all! Cheers:) #Missyoubones
I really enjoyed the first three and a half seasons before things went downhill. After the episode containing Max's trial (season 3 episode 13), things weren't as good. Brennan's actions and the outcome of the trial completely ruined the show for me and while I did continue to watch it my view was changed for the remainder of the show. I also absolutely did not agree with Angela's actions in that same episode. Pretty much my entire opinion of the show was wrecked in one single episode. Needless to say I was not happy but continued to view the series. There were also some inconsistencies. The man in the beginning who was an archaeologist (I can't remember his name) was said to be on a trip away but never returned after Cam was hired. Also Booth told stories involving himself and multiple girls under bleachers in high school but in an episode involving a star basketball player says the last time he was under bleachers was in the eighth grade. Despite these, I did like the premise of the series and found it mostly enjoyable.