Just finished watching the first episode of TV god Joss Whedon's latest TV show, Dollhouse.
Due to the fact that I live in the UK, I had to make do with a low quality version that I acquired through less than official channels.
Despite the grainy video and crappy sound, I really rather enjoyed it. I thought that the writing was great (duh), as was the acting (who doesn't love Eliza?). Also, the sets were lovely (the Dollhouse has a bit of a Wolfram and Hart feel to it). My one complaint is that I would have liked a little more humour. Not that I didn't love the more serious tone to the proceedings, I just felt a little levity in places would have further darkened the dark bits. But what do I know?
I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for the next episode; no doubt I'll be forced to watch it in crap-o-vision again though, stupid Hulu and it's country restrictions...
If you liked Joss's other work, watch it and buy the DVDs when they come out.
If you didn't like Joss's other work, watch it and buy the DVDs when they come out.
If you quite liked some of his work but not all of it... you know where I'm going with this.
Arbitrary score time!
Erm, 13.4 bananas out of 15.
Right, that's my micro-review done. There are many identical to it, but this one is mine, and therefore better.