You wouldn’t know it through my past reviews, but I do love myself some nice pop music; mostly in the form of piano pop. From Ben Folds, to Sara Barielles, even Christina Perri (to an extent), the little sub-genre has a nice place in my collection of music. Not only are the songs catchy, but contains a lot of lyrical content that make myself, the listener, relate to what they’re saying. Also, and most importantly, they have something that a lot of other pop acts out there can’t say; they are instrumentally talented. [Read more...]
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Though this is not how Joss Whedon originally wanted his show to premiere, I have to say, I like this version of the first episode a lot better because it improved a lot on its solid foundation. Bring in the bullet points:
- In “Echo” it is mentioned that the dolls volunteer for this, begging the question why would Echo choose to do this? Though it might not be better, the introduction of “Ghost” changes Echo to someone who is in trouble with no way out other than the Dollhouse, so the question is changed to: What did she do to make this the only way out?
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