Revolution 2 Seasons 2012

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Season 1
(576) IMDb 7.6/10
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9. Kashmir TV-NR CC

Miles leads Charlie and the gang to Monroe's lair in Independence Hall, but their efforts are impeded when they begin to encounter difficulty in separating fantasy from reality.

Starring:
Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
November 19, 2012

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Season 1

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This has really good action, and enough plot twists to keep you on your toes.
Steveo
My wife, son, and I watch this show every week and can't wait for the next episode.
James C. Scott
Acting is also very good and the story line is also put together really well.
James Turpin

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Tuccillo on July 24, 2013
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This was a promising story. Good actors. But, I personally would have liked to see how our heroes survived during the first days and weeks. The story doesn't do that. It jumps years I believe ahead and things have to be filled in with back stories. My idea of a story is if you are going to tell it, start from the beginning. Let us the reader get to know the good guys, their personalities, weakness and strengths and how they have what it takes to live in the new and brave world. Then go to the new world and let's see our heroes deal with the villains accordingly. You can also do something similar for the bad guys as well. Anyhow, I am purchasing this Summer's Season every week and waiting until the end of Summer so I can watch them though without interruption. If it was something I really liked as in Dr. Who, there would be no waiting. and we would all be scrambling for the best seat to watch the show.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mike in Colorado on June 27, 2013
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My wife and I totally enjoyed this show. I'm just waiting until the electrical grids in the whole world are shut down. I hope what happens after that occurs in NOT like what happens on this show. But it wouldn't surprise me if it did happen just like this to something close to it.
I think the writers have done a fantastic job of keeping the continuing story lines interesting and the action is very exciting and well done. The characters are intriguing and the acting is sufficient and some better than others, but all in all I think it all works well together. I hope it has enough fan base to keep going for a few more seasons.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Owen on April 6, 2013
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Like so many, I was a *huge* Lost fan - until the last episode. The entire run played to our emotions and our intellectual fascination with mystery. The finale took advantage of our emotions, but disregarded our intellectual fascination. (But I digress. This isn't about Lost.) I swore off watching anything touched by Abrams or Lindelof ever again after that.

But it's been a couple of years now, and I've been itching for my next fix. (I can't quit you, Abrams!) I think Revolution might be it. Of course several of the actors/actresses in Revolution come form the Lost cast, but the similarities run deeper and are more satisfying. The story unfolds through "current" (future) adventure, and flashbacks. (No flash-sideways yet!) The segues come complete with the subtle tension from the violin crescendo. Oh, I'm Lost in this show already. The story becomes deeper with every sidebar into a character's past. You can't help but fall in love with each one - even the bad guys. There's mystery and an ever-more-interesting and surprising unfolding of the plot. Only in this case, the new questions to new answers ratio seems to be on roughly even keel. I really get the sense that the writers know their way out of this one. Maybe Revolution won't be Lost to an unsatisfactory ending. :-)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Shopper on May 15, 2013
....I wanted to love this series. But as several other reviewers have said, I find myself hung up on the characters' clothes -- the perfectly fitting, synthetic blends -- and appealing appearance -- the well-fed bodies and glamorous dirt streaked across otherwise clean faces. Silly, I know. But still. I am pretty good at overlooking plot holes if I want to enjoy the story. But clean clothes. New clothes. Great bodies. Perfect post-apocalyptic fashion sense. It drives me crazy, and I just can't stop thinking about it. Have stopped watching.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By bobylon on June 7, 2013
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As a fan of the series I have watched the writing and acting improve steadily from the beginning and the finale was not a disappointment. It killed off a core member of the group and opened up the possibility of several new story lines for the next season.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Rexroat on September 4, 2013
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This show is so much better than you can anticipate it being. It has everything you want and need in a hit tv show. The cast gel perfectly together and the scenery is absolutely stunning. The blu-ray set looks and sounds amazing on tv. For the price and entertainment, it's a must own set!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By joebobhenrybob on April 10, 2014
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The intro, explaining there had been a mass-dieoff, gave me the initial impression that the show would be interesting in that it would be unflinching in the implications of the show premise. The premise of the show is that "the grid" goes down - in every respect. The actual power grid but everything else from government functions to transportation. The question "what would that be like" really IS interesting.

How wrong I was... as if to undo the grisly premise of the show, the shot that opens us into the new post blackout world shows a guy in a typical mcmansion on a cul-de-sac getting his coffee, going outside and saying howdy to the neighbors. (where the #%&# is COFFEE coming from??? The only coffee grown in the USA comes from Hawaii - and your typical Mcmansion would probably KILL you in the winter or summer without energy inputs for HVAC) As if middle class suburban life stayed sort of the same but got a new "skin" like if you downloaded a steampunk theme for your android. The writers seem to have picked an incredibly INTERESTING premise for the show only to show no interest in it.

Aside from that, the show comes off as overbearingly derivative. Chicks with ponytails and bows (hunger games is popular right, let's do something like that...), recreation of the scene from lost when charlie, kate, and jack go back to the airplane for the transceiver, recreation from the fight scene on the double staircase in the matrix sequel, obvious use of the same film locations as walking dead... (see walking dead season 2 episode 13 beside the dying fire)

I watched this show when it first aired but.... so many things came off as dumb and disjointed, so much lazy writing... I couldn't take it anymore and gave up after giving it a good chance through several episodes.
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