Sep 11, 2017
Rate a 4
Note: Unclear to why a 30minutes duration to the 26minutes i have seen. My guess, 30 was a nice round up number.
-Introduction was a bit confusing of a start. While we did get an idea of the character's backstory it wasn't really sufficient. How can the audience root for someone they don't really know? Then again one could argue it goes along with the police's database of knowing basically nothing. Although, the past was himself, for he had his own name. His current and possible future lies in the hands of another. So, while the police background concept is an argumentative it
only focuses on the current. Therefore, having the main character pre-background setting wouldn't hurt anything. For frankly based on the little known information it his hinted to have been based on word choice but there could have been a just or good explanation for it. In which case the main character was nothing but good but society made a mistake with him.
-Rest of the story could be grasped easily. Nothing big of importance was left out. You had relationship, you had other character's backgrounds. You had motives.
-Ending was comical and not plot based which was a shame. Mostly because the comedy level wasn't that high. Some examples used were over use of jokes, nonsensical actions like the digging scene when a battle had already started. The positive side to not have the ending focused on the plot is that it opens up the idea of a sequel. Although, i don't think there was enough information or material to make one.
No complaints. I was happy with the use of the credits. Credits can be boring with just words but here they included pictures of the show. Which normally, could have been equaling as boring but instead the pictures you were not from the show but from what i take to be hints on how the story progressed. Sadly, no references were made to the main character.
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