losters what you think?

- linda 2-03-2010 3:59 am

Good enough for me, but I wouldn't mind if they picked up the action tempo a bit and toned down the melodrama slightly.
- jim 2-03-2010 2:55 pm [add a comment]


i tend to enjoy some of the recaps more than the show.
- dave 2-03-2010 7:23 pm [add a comment]


week 2

"To put it more simply: Island Kate inspired Sideways Kate. Bottom line: The Sideways-Island relationship is a metaphor for our relationship to fiction. It's about how fantasy redeems reality. Like last week's literary reference Haroun and the Sea of Stories, Lost is telling us a story about the redemptive value of storytelling itself. Haroun asks, What's the use of stories that aren't even true? Lost answers, They teach us how to make the real world a better place."
- dave 2-10-2010 6:03 pm [add a comment]


Dave's comment makes me think I should be appreciating it more, but I'm just not finding it fun or interesting. I'll keep watching, but steadily losing faith.
- jim 2-10-2010 6:09 pm [add a comment]


"My theory that the 18 hours of Lost 6.0 are analogous to the long weekend of Jesus Christ's crucifixion and resurrection is holding. ''Recon'' which took place the day after ''Sundown''/Good Friday conformed to the part of the Easter story known as The Harrowing of Hell, wherein Christ descended into the underworld. Some traditions say Jesus confronted Satan; others say he liberated captives, especially prophets, leaders, and ''holy fathers'' of the faith whom God had exiled to Hades because of Original Sin. The word ''harrowing'' comes from a Greek word pertaining to a military mission you know, like a ''recon.'' The ''Hydra'' in Hydra Island pertains to a six-headed female snake demon that guards the entrance of Hades. And what did we spy on Hydra Island last night? Cages. Dead people. And the former ''holy father''/chief prophet/leader of The Others, the exiled Charles Widmore."
- dave 3-18-2010 5:19 pm [add a comment]





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