#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – People all over the U.S and the world start to realize they have special abilities, like telekinesis, healing abilities, flying powers, time travel, invisibility, and the ability to absorb other’s abilities. One man, known as Sylar, wants to gain all the power of these “heroes” so he can be the most powerful and evolved human of all, and stops at nothing to gruesomely kill these people. In order to protect themselves from him, these people must help one another before Sylar can destroy them all, while they each deal with problems of their own. Plot: Common people discover that they have super powers. Their lives intertwine as a devastating event must be prevented.
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As Good as Advertised
I just watched this today (recorded it from last night) and quite honestly, I’m pleasantly surprised. I was convinced the hype machine would kill this show, building up expectations so high they could never be met, but Heroes has measured up nicely, hitting on all marks in my book. I’m as a huge a 24 and House fan as is out there, but Heroes may have just taken TV’s top billing in one night.
I must admit, shows now-a-days tend to go down hill after the pilot, but NBC’s latest offering seems to have set itself up with a concept and tone that could carry on strong, at least for a season. My initial reaction was that we would either see clichéd super hero garb or some awkward NBC drama soaked in hero juice. What we got instead was a surprisingly good pilot that brought enough “hero material” to live up to its name, but not too much as to make us think we were watching an X-men ripoff.
The writing and the interweaving plot and characters is compelling and interesting, nothing dumbed down, but nothing contrived either. The direction fits the concept perfectly, it grabs you as much as it should, without being distracting. The acting is most surprising in that it’s actually good. Masi Oka, who plays “Hiro Nakamura”, is quite possibly the best of the cast, though he never speaks a word of English (unless you count “Spock”). Overall the cast is nothing big on paper, but they all manage to hit their marks well.
Last but not least, there were some pop culture references and nods to comic book lore that just made me smile. There seems to be a very cool hero/comic book hip feel that makes you trust the writers on this one.
Again, shows have been known to start strong and fall off soon after, but in this case, Heroes has made a strong enough showing that everyone should check this out.
Something For Everyone
Geeky. Convoluted. Funny. Horrifying. Dramatic. Action-packed. All of these descriptors are appropriate for HEROES season one, which is why it became an immediate favorite by TV watchers all over the world. Television creator/writer Tim Kring is well known in prime-time circles with such things as CROSSING JORDAN and PROVIDENCE to his credit. But Heroes is something new even for Kring. He has jumped, nay, dashed, headlong into the fantasy realm.
There are some common themes running through Heroes that make it a eight star rating rather than ten. Dark and conflicted superheroes are well-known to comic book and graphic novel fans. SPIDERMAN had to battle his own dark side, as did SUPERMAN and many others. THE HULK is just an upset green guy who has to learn to control his anger and is aided by love. Such are several themes within Heroes (for instance the Niki/Jessica character’s love for her son Micah; and Nathan Petrelli’s battle with the good and evil that surrounds him). From this standpoint, there’s not a lot of fresh meat on its bones.
Where it succeeds (and overwhelmingly so) is in its characters. They are particularly well cast with each person “living” that fictional person’s life. Claire Bennett (played by Hayden Panettiere, THE DUST FACTORY) is a wonderful person that all audience members must cheer for. She’s a cheerleader who can regenerate her damaged body. Fire. Radiation. Falls from fifty story buildings. Nothing can permanently injure her (or can it?).
Nathan Petrelli (played by Adrian Pasdar) is the penultimate politician, trying to win his congressional district while at the same time attempting to hide his special ability. He can fly and his brother Peter believes he can too. Nathan tries in vain to talk Peter out of discovering his super abilities, but more surprises await Peter than could ever be imagined.
Niki Sanders (played by Ali Larter) has something terrible inside her. She battles with this “evil” twin while at the same time trying to protect her equally gifted son Micah (Noah Gray-Cabey, LADY IN THE WATER).
Isaac Mendez (played by Santiago Cabrera) is a heroin-addicted artist who can paint the future. And when he paints the obliteration of New York City, he soon finds himself the interest of a unique company of people designed to find these gifted men and women.
Any series wouldn’t be complete without a villain, and Sylar (Zachary Quinto, 24) is definitely that. Initially just a simple watchmaker/repairman, Sylar finds that he can steal the powers of the gifted and use it as his own …but only after dissecting their brains.
This review definitely wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the wheels that keep this thing turning, and that is Hiro Nakamura (Masi Oka, BALLS OF FURY). He and his sidekick Ando (James Kyson Lee) infuse almost all of the much needed comic relief into the series. One of my favorite banters between them was, Hiro: “My only concern is should I hide my true identity? A costume maybe?” Ando: “You start talking about capes and tights and I’m out of here.” A truly fun series to watch, and something for everyone, even those that don’t like comic books, superheroes, or fantasy.
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Original Title Heroes
Total Seasons 4
Released 25 Sep 2006
Release Year 2006–2010
Genre Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Writer Tim Kring
Actors Jack Coleman, Hayden Panettiere, Milo Ventimiglia
Country United States
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. 31 wins & 108 nominations total
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