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Dream of the Endless enters our TV realm – beautifully.
The first time Marvel (the studio) cares about one of its female characters.
A half-plate of warmed-up leftovers from Ragnarok.
Paving the way for a dumber OT reboot.
We must protect this miracle at all costs.
While it made me miss the meticulous craft of the original… it also made me cry.
Is it a satire if it talks a lot, but doesn’t say much?
Only the beautiful appearance of representation?
Beautiful people, photographed beautifully, with zero chemistry between them (romantic, comedic, or dramatic). How does this happen? The answer may be found in the editing.
A graceful, if overcautious, portrayal of grief.