So a crunchy hippy with ninja powers comes back to stake claim to his 1% life…
I don’t care. At all. The first episode is so clumsy it’s just difficult. We open with characters that are just annoyingly stubborn in their unwillingness to have a conversation, which leads to crazy hijinks. Know what would be better? Not that. Give me a villain that will have the conversation, see the views of the hero, and calmly say “i don’t care”.
Think about the Fugitive with Tommy Lee Jones and Harrison Ford. In the sewers, Ford’s character exclaims he didn’t kill his wife. Jones’ Marshall just says, “I don’t care.” And we learn so much there. In that moment, he doesn’t care about true or not. He cares that he has a job he has to do.
Give me a villain that believes he’s the hero in his own story. Give me a villain that doesn’t have to be a dick.
This show just gave us a villain by way of poor communication skills. And the project manager in me wants to sit everyone down in a room and have a detailed requirements discussion.
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