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“But when you talk about destruction…don’t you know that you can count me out”
“Revolution” has it all. Bad writing. Bad acting. Bad premise. The trifecta. Which probably means that, in the grand tradition of groundbreaking TV shows like “According To Jim’, NBC is prepared to keep this turkey going for 7 or 8 years until it finds it footing.
Giancarlo Esposition is better than this.To paraphrase Lloyd Bentsen, ” I knew Gus Fring. Gus Fring was a friend of mine. And you, my friend, are no Gus Fring”. Never saw Mr. Esposito in a bad project before, but I guess there’s always a first time.
This hodgepodge of “The Postman” and “Life After People” looks dead on arrival. And speaking of “dead on arrival”, AMC’s little zombie show seems to have a way to make this post-apocalyptic stuff a whole lot more palatable. Just add writers and some committed actors and you got yourself a winner. It CAN be done. But “Revolution” ain’t doin’ it.
“What’s in the whiskey, bitch??” Man. If I had nickel for every time I’ve heard that.
Dumb and Dumber of the Apocalypse
= Typical scene: You’re 60′ away from the opposition leader and have a sniper rifle aimed at him. His hostage has been shot and falls to the ground. While he has his emotional moment with the hostage, you and the surrounding soldiers on your side, all of you with sniper rifles or automatic weapons, patiently wait. You all continue to wait while he boards a nearby helicopter. Yes, it’s one of those imbecile series where you can routinely creep up on someone in the middle of the woods without their noticing.
= Also, stabbing anyone anywhere in the torso kills them instantly, with the following exception: shoot a man through the chest while he’s carrying a nuclear weapon in his backpack, and not only will he be able to pull out that arrow with an impressive scowl, but he will also be able to run away, full speed, carrying said nuclear weapon, in downtown Atlanta no less, and elude a healthy young woman who runs routinely and who never once calls out, ‘stop that man!’
= Oh, and while not all white men are evil, if a character is evil there’s a 98% chance it’s a white man.
= Turning the power back on after 15 years doesn’t require actual power plants to be in operation. Just turning it on at a single point in Colorado turns it on in every living room and bar in the U. S.
= With land now infinitely available, people will pitch tents in the closest possible proximity to each other over many square miles because it’s picturesque to do so.
= A man will fail to recognize his own daughter standing 10′ away until it’s convenient to the narrative.
= Bitter enemies will have each other at gunpoint numerous times throughout s1 but will choose not to shoot.
= One appealing thing about Tracy Spiridakous (in addition to her flat, routinely exposed midriff) was that her character wasn’t a slag. That’s immediately dispensed with in the opening to season 2 as she bangs some random dumbbell because f*minism, I guess.
= The series has to go through extraordinary contortions to pretend women are at least as able as men in a pre-industrial era. Then we have business like preventing the destruction of precious cargo by moving a bomb closer to that precious cargo–not further away. This works somehow.
= The President hides in Cuba for 15 years, but when he comes back to the States and reclaims the throne, no one points this out nor objects to his blatant cowardice.
Revolution is The Walking Dead’s even dumber cousin, with few of the thrills, none of the interesting interpersonal relationships, and none of the zombies.
“You’re going to torture him?” “He played that part with NO subtext.”
Original Language en
Original Title Revolution
Total Seasons 2
Released 17 Sep 2012
Release Year 2012–2014
Genre Action, Adventure, Drama
Writer Eric Kripke
Actors Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito
Country United States
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. 4 wins & 11 nominations total
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