Also, the reason for the lack of movie reviews lately…
It seems that TV series binging has done me no good. Before it was 90210. Now, its Dollhouse….
Last week, I decided to start watching Dollhouse. Some of you may know because I posted about it briefly in one of my weekend posts HERE. I just finished Season 1 and then after some debate, continued on with Season 2 last night. There is only two seasons, so I’ll be done soon enough.
Right now, I’m deciding between praising Joss Whedon and punching him in the face for causing me to dream and think constantly of the show. The questions revolving in my head especially after that Epitaph Part 1. Apparently, I read that that episode was added on afterwards and only on the DVDs. I don’t know, anyways, Netflix has it as the final episode in Season 1. Seriously, if you saw Dollhouse and you didn’t see that episode, I’m telling to go check it out because its really amazing. Adds this amazing story and (extra) meaning to the whole series. There is a lot to think about with the concept of letting technology go too far or playing God.
The Dollhouse itself was already a pretty crazy idea but man, to think what the possibility of a future with some crazy technology is totally out of the world. I don’t want to go all spoilers just in case you’re in that same boat as me and haven’t seen this. I know that I’d hate it if someone starts telling me what happens.
As much as the main girl playing Echo is super awesome and kick ass, a good part of the story revolves not only around her but the other “dolls”. However, as much as the dolls themselves have their own story mostly connected to their past, I think the people running the Dollhouse is what makes this super cool. This is what makes it so addictive because every character develops in their own way, better or worse. My absolute favorite is the character of Topher Brink.
Imagine your superior telling you this about the reason you get hired
Adelle: [to Topher] The cold reality is that everyone here was chosen because their morals have been compromised in some way. Everyone, except you. You, Topher, were chosen because you had no morals. You have always thought of people as playthings.
Thats pretty harsh. Topher’s character development is definitely the most interesting to me. A person with no morals has so much room to grow, right? Anyways, that Epitaph episode really makes you wonder about what happens to him specifically…
I’m sure tons of you recognize him but this guy was in Cabin in the Woods. Its making want to pull that out to watch soon…maybe I’ll review it after I finish this 🙂
Everyone else has its place and it just fascinates me how Dollhouse story was written so well. Its hard to find series where everyone has an important part to the turnout of the series.
Maybe I’m overthinking a lot but I just find there’s so much to look forward to in this.
I’m at Season 2 Episode 4. Now that I’m feeling less guilty about posting much, I’ll head back to watching it 🙂
Hopefully I’ll have a few posts drafted for tomorrow….something a bit more meaningful..