Koneko-chan wrote:The one with the fairy tale characters?
The series is definitely one of my favorites; though I haven't been keeping up with the newer episodes. ^u^"
Yuki-Anne wrote:Thread resurrection!
Is it just me, or is the writing this season a little worse than it used to be? There are some moments that are still awesome, but there are a lot of moments that have me groaning from the stupidity.
Also, is anybody watching the spin-off, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland? I've been checking it out but so far it's not very interesting.
invaderv93 wrote:Used to watch it all the time because of the creative concepts, but the plots slowly got dumber and dumber and I recently just gave up on it completely. Also the way it's written has always really bugged me, and it's only gotten worse with time. The dialogue doesn't sound natural at all (nobody says "tis" or "shant" anymore guys). I feel like they wrote it for a different type of cast - like mentally the writers imagined them all being more classical, dramatic English actors and then they cast a bunch of Americans with more training in realism/casual portrayal and it just didn't fit at alllll.
That being said, Emma and Rumpelstiltskin were pretty good; only reason I stuck around as long as I did.
Yuki-Anne wrote:Judging by the latest episode, the new season just took a major jump in quality. Although, seriously, they need to stop making all of the characters related to each other. It's getting a little old.
Sammy Boy wrote:In the series so far, I've found Regina to be the most interesting character. For some reason, whenever I see a character making choices that changes them from bad to not-so-bad, it makes me feel really happy.
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