A film with more than the usual spoiler issues. Talking about it in any detail feels akin to handing you a gift-wrapped present and saying, "I hope you like it -- It's a thriller about a diabolical secret experiment."
It's funny, it's tense, it features two great performances from two actors and the director expertly creates a web of odd tension where you actually don't know what is happening for the majority of the run time.
The thing I enjoyed most about the film is the fact that it doesn't shy away from being a super-sized-cliche;
The biggest problem with this movie is it’s a little better than you think it might be, which somehow makes it worse. As in, it takes itself a bit too seriously, which makes most of the movie feel kind of dull.
The first season wasn't the best, with a poor writing, and the show taking its premise a little to seriously. Starting with the second season, it realized, 'hey, this show has a ridiculous plot: let's go with it!'. Embracing the nuts and weirdness of time travel, as well has cutting out the less liked characters, the show became one of the best the Arrowverse has to offer. Side Note: A ton of the reviews here are out dated or just plain wrong; go watch the show for yourself.
It really was not very good
I personally wished that it wasn't even a tv show
I really wanna know was season 1 worth watching i mean savage killed rips family and then what no one was saved so it was waste
Let us talk about season 2 it's a lame thing now they saving the time while the legion ruins everything but guess what every time they r losing huuuuh
I got a question why Sara always end up kissing someone in every timeline while others doesn't
This show is the worst thing I have ever seen and it's getting too boring
No storyline no nothing
The show is periodically fun. I'm sure it's enjoyable to the 6-7 year old range. It's dumb fun with a lot of emphasis on the "dumb." Time travel is difficult enough to do, but to have absolutely no regard for a set of rules or consistency is inexcusable. Seriously... did anyone write a bible for this show? The show is at its most enjoyable when it is exploring the oft unexplored areas of the DC universe. My excitement was peaked when characters such as Jonah Hex and Justice Society were being explored. Unfortunately, times like that are few and far between. And, like the Flash and other shows, season long arcs are just killing the momentum. Enough with Damien Dark. Great actor. Its run it's course several times over, however. Two or three episodes... ok. 20+? No. It's dull and monotonous. Bring in more DC figures from different times. Ditch the arcs that go all season. The DC catalog is immense. I'll take Superman's horse over another Damien Dark episode. Though even Comet is probably afraid of being beaten long after he's dead.