Review: Lost 104 – 125

Having complete faith in J.J. Abrams’ ability to steer this new series from a mysterious island to a successful show (which will increase his star power in Hollywood, with Mission Impossible III and possibly another one or two new TV shows coming up) was no mistake. We get to see backstories on almost every character in flashbacks intwined in the current storyline. Revealing the past while the mystery unfolds in the present works pretty well. Then you have the influence of mystery on the characters, and how everyone gives another meaning to it. It’s almost formulaic, but it never gets boring. With almost every episode having a cliffhanger, they just topped it at the season finale with just a flick of the fingers.
J.J. Abrams has the gift to make the unbelievable very believable (as the down to earth yet myth dripping Alias has proven already), so I don’t mind clearing the Wednesday night (as both shows are currently scheduled) for the next ten years.

One Response to “Review: Lost 104 – 125”

  1. Constance Says:

    Yeah, Lost really rulez!

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