Aug 1, 2017
Rate a 5
High school is a roller coaster of events. We have a tendency of wanting to taking multiple paths for only a short amount of time. Luckily thanks to aid of the young and old the main character gets off his coaster only to walk to his true enlightened path. Where he steps he takes will be long but will build him up to what he needs to become. Questions being will there be conflict? Who will get in his way if anyone? As for the ending it is a nice light comedic romance.
The most entertaining aspect of the story was the
underlying message. Where there is one there is another. Alas, one must step aside to make room for the next up and comer. In other words say you were a champion in your area of expertise. It will never stay that way. Someone else will come along better and stronger. For that to happen certain things have to happen. Such as opening position to the lower position of the totem pole of your area. In a more clear insight to how this message is kind, love who you are for no matter what changes await you there is a better future ahead.
Given the context this good have been a blood bath of sorts. I am glad it wasn't. For in this scope the audience won't be steered away from the main events. For face it while gore does make certain aspects more entertaining most find it hard to stomach and thus look away.
Overall: I would say this show is similar to the television series of Rocky(boxer). The main difference is position in life. In Rocky he is in prime and has the cameras/audience's attention for this show the main character is not the 'main' but learns he can be. Too many show exist of godlike main characters. Rare is it to see what came before.
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