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Submitted by EntertainmentFuse 810d ago | opinion piece

Four Ways to Fix Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

EntertainmentFuse writes: "Seven episodes might be a bit too early to push the panic button, and the series has been picked up for a full season despite it’s disappointing ratings, but here are four things S.H.I.E.L.D. can do to correct its course before it truly becomes time to panic." (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., TV)

aiBreeze  +   810d ago
I stopped watching it about 10 minutes into episode 2 when they had one of the worst action scenes I've seen in a long long while. Just everything about it is bad, the action scenes look like something out of a bad kid's movie, the characters are as bland and as stereotypical as you can get and the dialogue is just awful. Maybe it got better after episode 2 to an extent but I don't feel like I'm missing much tbh.
gamesR4fun  +   809d ago
ya its horrible watched the last ep out of sheer boredom it was pure crap

with the whole marvel roaster they choose to make a show about a bunch of nobodies no superheroes or villans just a bunch of cruddy actors pretending to be detectives....

sad really
aiBreeze  +   809d ago
I'm by no means a huge Marvel fan but I like the idea of making a show about nobodies as it adds to the expanded universe. I don't think there was anything fundamentally wrong with this idea, it's just that the show is crap. They could get the entire Avengers cast in and the show would still be crap based on what I had seen.
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level 360  +   810d ago
Buffy/Angel/Firefly had wit and humor. And so does the Avengers movie.

The series has improved slightly but do think the main characters still needs work to connect with each other.

I see no rapport in there, maybe one or two do have in a couple of scenes but not all of them are in the same wavelength especially when they are all together.
MilkMan  +   810d ago
Oh, is this show still on?
lodossrage  +   810d ago
What's really sad about this is that I've been a comic fan (marvel in particular) since I was 5 years old (I'm an 80's child) and even I had no in this show.

That's very telling
Darrius Cole  +   810d ago
Something important needs to happen. They need to kill someone or separate them from the group for several episodes and let us see them adjust.

Let them fight a super-villain.
iliimaster  +   810d ago
i stopped watching after episode 2 didn't finish the episode and had a hard time watching the first one, I honestly don't get it its not funny, no good hereos/action its like a B movie with B scripts just overall boring i was expecting something like heroes but nothing like this
XboxFun  +   810d ago
Let's be honest here...you need some known villains to show up or known heroes. Maybe even some d-list, niche like heroes to in the series. Moonknight, Brother Voodoo, Mockingbird, anyone to give this show some nerd juice.
denero1  +   810d ago
right it's not enough to know that big things happened

Show us something worth seeing
MEsoJD  +   810d ago
Fixing this show would require starting over.
Gondee  +   809d ago
thank you

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