Dollhouse

May. 6th, 2009 09:56 pm
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Holy crap, Dollhouse has gotten good. I'll admit I was skeptical. The first few episodes weren't that strong, and I don't think Eliza Dushku is a very good actress -- her mannerisms are always very "Hello, Eliza Dushku here!" no matter what character she plays. Which was okay when she was Faith on Buffy, but can be grating in everything else. But then Sarah Michelle Gellar was always the weakest link on Buffy.

BUT. The past five or so episodes have all been really good and trending in on great. Both last week and the week before were particularly awesome.

I know liking Dollhouse is kind of an unpopular fannish opinion, and I'm a bit irritated by all the people who declared how much they hated it before they even watched it kind of like how some people hated Dreamwidth before they ever used it.  So if you haven't tried it, you should. Plus, there's a lot of eye-candy.

I may have to write more about this later, but now I'm too tired to.

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Date: 2009-05-10 10:39 pm (UTC)
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That part about Dushku is so true, but I watched the fifth episode and Dollhouse gets better and better, probably because it doesn't ignore all the issues anymore and the actress gets to be someone else for a change. Like Esther. She played her quite well, I think.
I will be sad if the show is canceled, and do not care at all about fannish popular opinions (you probably guessed that) XD

(also, why hate Dreamwidth ? Why hate everything that is new and be a cynical about it ? What's the point ?)

Anyway. Do you have any fan fiction in store ? :p The eye candy is worth every word you can think of ;)
I'm thinking of writing a fan fiction about the fourth episode and how the guy stuck with Echo kept saying his point of view about art ^^

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