Tag: David Haller

Legion: S02E10 “Chapter 18” Review

It’s very interesting to not know what’s going to happen next, it could be a happy ending, or with the power of these mutants, everything could end with a snap!

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Legion: S02E03 “Chapter 11” Review

The problem with being told that we can’t trust anything we see is that we can’t trust anything we see.

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Legion: S02E02 “Chapter 10” Review

Reality is that which when you stop believing in it, it doesn’t go away.

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Legion: S02E01: “Chapter 9” Review

Legion is a show where literally anything could happen, and it would be acceptable, but the brilliance of this show is that the anything that happens has a reason.

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Legion – Chapter 7

The cold opening of “Legion’s” seventh episode is disconcerting and creepy. Kerry is on the run from Bad Perm Mutant™ and frightened out of her wits. David’s malignant Evil Humpty Dumpty™ alter is meddling with Amy and Lenny is...

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Legion – Chapter 5

David Haller is changed. Syd knows it. Melanie sees it. David embodies it. His attitude-formerly confused, anxious, volatile borderline schizophrenic-has been replaced by a suave, debonair, cocky and arrogant dude. The changes...

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Legion – Chapter 4

I have no idea what’s real. And I’m pretty sure that’s what “Legion” wants its viewership to feel. As off-kilter and out of balance as David feels. This almost feels like a capsule episode-separate from the narrative the first...

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Legion – Chapter 3

“That lady’s secrets have secrets.” Lenny’s observation of Melanie is spot on. And we definitely earn some of Melanie’s backstory and secrets and where she wants to lead mutant-kind in chapter 3 of “Legion.” A huge part of her...

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Legion – Chapter 2

David’s having a breakdown. It must be difficult to be told (and believe) you’re schizophrenic when actually you’re probably the world’s most powerful mutant. That’s where “Legion” picked up last week. David is in the capable...

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Legion: Chapter 1

It has been a long, hard road to get the Marvel Universe on the small screen. Various plots have been bandied about but none have come to fruition until now. “Legion” is an ambitious (albeit, clunky pilot) story following...

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