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Demon slayer season 3
I enjoyed this series for about 8-9 episodes, but then what annoys me most about anime, which the series had thus far avoided, began to take over: googoo eyes and slide whistles, weirdly goofy animation effects that would have fit better in a 70s Hanna Barbera show. Is it an intense series with demons and blood and sword fighting, or is it a show for 6 year olds? If I wanted this kind of annoying childish nonsense, I'd watch Tom and Jerry. The other annoying element, which became a frequent staple after the 8th or 9th episode is that the characters are very screamy. They get into screaming fits about mundane, petty things, several times an episode. Again, this had not been a problem for the first 8 or 9 episodes. Animation producers often can't seem to find the line between entertainment for young children and entertainment for teens and/or adults. There are numerous and excellent anime series that avoid the childish googoo Tom and Jerry stunts, and they're still great entertainment. It drives me crazy that so many of them have subject matter and style that are more mature, but they feel they can't go without the kookoo kiddy junk. I don't have the patience for it, so I quit. I fast-forwarded through a few episodes, and found more and more frequent screaming fits and exclamation points above the heads, so I was done. I wish they had stuck with their style without caving to whatever studio or distributor hack who forced them to (or whatever they were smoking that made them think that they should) shift to a more childish presentation.
That aside, the animation (aside from the later ridiculous elements) is beautiful, and there are some interesting, but not any real deep or surprising, story elements. Demon slayer season 3 is great, and although it's a bit cliche at times, the training and the fighting are well designed. My only gripe with the fighting element was that after the training episodes were over, the main character was suddenly, mysteriously endowed with magical abilities that were never even hinted at while he was learning how to fight.The story is a classic patriarchal allegory on the vulnerability and weakness of young women. The sister is possessed by a debonair, good-looking demon--a metaphor for being exposed to sexual impulse, or simply life outside of the protected family life--and she becomes corrupted. The only way to save her from the evil is to muzzle her--don't let her speak or express herself--and to lock her up in a box--think medieval stories of princesses locked in towers--and of course, she needs a male to be her savior. You'll notice the victims of the "demons" are almost exclusively teenage girls, and the demon slayers are almost all men or teenage boys. I'm not rejecting the story on that count, though. It's a fun fantasy for teenage boys. But it's not useless to see things as they are, and these gender tropes are from a centuries old playbook of how to depict male strength and female weakness.
Mayans season 4
Mayans M. C. is not nearly as good as Sons of Anarchy but not much is. Most of the negative reviews are people trying to compare it to SoA because it's a spin-off...don't, just take it for what it is and it's that's a pretty good show that's absolutely worth watching! You may have to give it a few episodes to get into it though. It's a gripping thriller with plenty of action. It's a classic Sutter show!
Pleasantly surprised with this new show. Loved SOA and expected this to be a lesser substitute, but it is not. Mayans season 4 has heart and a great plot. Egaging actors easy to identify/believe. Have to agree the only character who seems out of place is Emily. Hard to understand how the pure little drama queen became accepted by people grounded in the reality of their world. Good strong characters with great acting all around other than that. Every scene she appears in my brain asks "WHY?" She does not fit, personality, speech, appearance, everything is wrong for her in this show. Similar to having a stone in your shoe, Emily is an irritant to otherwise entertaining experience.
Mayans M.C is a spinoff of the great Sons of Anarchy. Like SOA and most shows, Mayans starts off at an average pace where we get introduced to the characters and it escalates to a much more intense and amazing number of episodes. It doesn't rely too much towards to its brethren Sons of Anarchy. It does have references to SOA but it is mostly focused on its own storylines. Mayans M.C has the possibility of being on the same level as Sons of Anarchy.
When calls the heart season 9
Its view of "family values" is a thinly veiled pitch for strong Christian messaging. Lots of prayer vigils and "God has a plan". This has kicked into overdrive in the past 2-3 seasons. I respect people of all faiths but don't like being preached at. Isn't it possible to have family values irrespective of religion?
Although Season 1 talked about challenges of outhouses and presumably lack of plumbing, all the ladies walk around with gorgeous highlighted hair (worn down rather than put up as per ladies of that era). I guess they wash their hair in the pond or spend time every day hauling and heating water for a bath, lol. They also have full modern and overdone makeup, and gorgeous clothes in a presumably small and simple town. Even one of the men who is clearly over 50 has dyed hair. It reminds me of the old Bonanza and Gunsmoke days where the women were dolled up in 60s hairstyles lol.
I was beginning to think family type series were truly a thing of the past, but when the series, When calls the heart season 9 finally began, I found a show that resembles the type of shows from the past that I still love! Thank you, Hallmark for bringing a a show to the 21st century with values of the past. It is decent, heart-warming, and one you look forward to seeing on a weekly basis, just like shows from the 70's and 80's. My family and I have gotten to the point that the only television series we enjoy watching is by purchasing DVD's of shows from the past like the "Waltons", "Little House on the Prarie", or "Anne of Green Gables" and watching them for hour long entertainment.Hallmark, I appreciate you bringing a wonderful series with a thoughtful script and great actors/actresses to television. You are wise to acknowledge a market of weekly series that are family friendly, which has been greatly lacking for quite some time!