the audience applauded
The film makes a home in your brain and the only cure is to see it again.
I wanted to like it more than I actually did... But much of the humor totally escaped me and I walked out only mildly impressed.
Let me be very fair here, this is not the best movie in my opinion. But, this movie is fun, it has purpose and is very enjoyable to watch.
Far as the characters I'm a fan of their acting. The screenplay is always top notch. The part of season 5 where I'm disappointed lies with the story line. The characters we all care less about are getting the attention. The writers of the show failed to portray a feeling of lost in Ghost's daughter Raina. The whole funeral was a mockery of something I would expect from a lesser show. Everyone would agree the wrong child was killed and the one that lives should not receive the energy from the main characters. It's not just there. Every character on the Ghost side seem to take a step down in their power. If this continues to season 6 count me out.
I just can't enjoy anything that 50 cent has to do with; he's one of the worst actors in recent memory.
The show seemed good at first but as I progressed further, it felt even better! If you have watched Breaking Bad then I bet you will love this show. It's kind of the same story but in the reverse order. Breaking bad shows Walter trying to achieve power yet here it shows St. Patrick trying to get out of it. Power also has kind of the same character line. There Walter has Jesse & tries saving him and here Patrick has Tommy & he's trying to help him too! And There Jesse has girlfriend issues & same follows here with Tommy! Although I won't say I didn't enjoy them, it felt like many of the adult scenes were unnecessary & could have been skipped. Also somewhere it felt like there were rookie mistakes in the story-line & events. Some things were quite hard to believe too but they won't be much distracting.If you love those anticipatory, grasping story lines that grow with every episode & stick to the initial goal, this is the show for you. If are fed up of those "new-case-every-episode" or "FBI/CIA/Secret Agency situations", go for it. Altogether, this shows seems quite relatable to a real situation. There weren't any exaggerating events or situations. Some scenes may appear cringe-worthy, but it seems they were meant to create that exact emotion or else it would have been too fictional. To conclude, you have to watch this if you need something to hook up to!
I am only two episodes in, this show has some good bones. The main protagonist seems to be an interesting character, the story lines seem pretty solid and there is a reasonable supporting cast. There are two minor bugbears that I have:1. The use of English/Spanish is pretty ridiculous. One character may talk to another in Spanish, get a reply in English, talk in English, then the other character finishes off talking in Spanish. This is distracting and annoying.2. Music in the nightclub scenes is far too loud, drowning out the voices and causing to adjust the sound volume up and down. I will definitely see out the first season.