- You never gonna have a better chance. - At what? - Redemption.
a mostly instrumental heavy beat mix for an insane roadtrip through your everyday post-apocalyptic wasteland, tagging along with a dozen of kick-ass women who give out free headshots, one bullet, one man.
There are things about the last episode of Sons of Anarchy that I loved and I’d like to talk about them.
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The hand on the leg. The calm before the storm.
Expressing all the emotions a man who’s getting confirmation that his murderous lover has been killed by her son, who is now asking him to take care of his family, would feel.
You rarely got to see Jax with both boys at once—did you fully appreciate the resemblance until this moment? It made the goodbye all the harder to watch. And Jax telling Abel to listen to Nero because he’s Daddy’s best friend…
Charlie Hunnam had to keep showing us that Jax had made peace with his decision. Watching the boys leave with Wendy and Nero was one of the few times we got to see Jax’s pain.
Clinging to his brother, clinging to the cut.
The final man-hugs were the series’ best. It’s like Jax is cradling Happy, who’d literally just taken a bullet for him.
Tig’s embrace was so soft. There’s no space between them.