Sunday, June 10, 2007

Stop believing.

No, your cable didn't go out at two minutes after the hour. That was the ending of The Sopranos.

Tony Soprano had a number of songs to pick from the jukebox. He chose Don't Stop Believin', the classic from Journey. And then...

Read an appreciation from the "official" Sopranos newspaper critic here. And while critics praise the counterintuitive show creator David Chase who wrote and directed the show's finale (for the first time since the pilot), viewers around the country are shouting Rip-off!, especially with the door all too obviously open for a Sopranos movie... and worse... reports that he's saving the real ending for the DVD.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why not be such a whiney hack and... I dunno... post your own review with cogent thoughts about the show.

This blog is dishearteningly bad. Please stop.