sara416 July 21, 2019 Share July 21, 2019 (edited) Holy shit. I binged this so fast, I think I need a rewatch, but I'm not sure if I can handle it. Given the title of this episode, I knew it was either going to end with happiness or tragedy. I knew I'd be crying either way. This was so different than the movie, but I am okay with both. The movie was total fan service, as it should have been since it was funded by fans. It had a lot of callbacks and reappearances, it had a more cutesy feel, and it ended happy. But this was more noir, which RT had eluded to in interviews before. I remember him saying that at the core, that's what VM always was: noir. It was a lot darker than I thought in a lot of ways, but it was great. There were just enough callbacks to things for fan service but it still moved on into it's own thing. As soon as that alert came through to Logan I knew they were going to pull a Jack McKay, and I was desperately hoping I was wrong. Veronica 2.0 (Maddy) was a little heavy handed, but I liked it anyway. The actress was good. I know that KBell is a huge true crime fan and loves Keith Morrison, so the little true crime easter eggs throughout the series made me smile. Edited July 21, 2019 by sara416 I had more thoughts 4 Link to comment
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