Saturday, October 14, 2017

#TVDforever

Consider yourself warned, SPOILER ALERT!

Yes. I am seriously making a post for this because I have loved TVD since my early college days and my post series depression isn’t just going away. I don’t think people I talk to everyday would understand my heartbreak over the finale. There is no blame on them as they did not know how way back in my late teenage years I have developed my fascination on this series. Several new shows have been aired and became more popular yet TVD remained my ultimate, favorite one. I still remember my old self getting hooked on its first ever season during the old twilight era and this show had saved me from my Edward Cullen obsession. I was never the one who religiously watch the episodes every single week as life got in the way. But when things are okay and I had the chance, I had spent my time not on the latest award-winning movies, but catching up on this series. You, perhaps, is wondering what was in it that I loved - well, first was the never ending thrill and twist - and I literally mean THRILL; okay, so you see, I am more of a bookish person than a movie one, so I get bored easily with videos and all that, but not with this show - it kept my eyes glued to the screen for the whole 40 minutes and I love just how I always wonder what’s gonna happen next. Beyond that, was the whole brotherly and true love emotions the characters have portrayed excellently. I had shed bucket of tears for each season and every single one reminded me the importance of not turning your back to your family.

So what are my thoughts on its finale?

To be honest, I was imagining a more, happy ending - wherein Damon and Stefan are saved, delena married along with Stelena and Enzo and Bonnie, and everyone of them. I should have known it does not always work that way.

Stefan’s death was just something unimaginable for me as I had watched the two brothers saved each other every single time. I could almost feel Damon’s grief but when I try to analyze everything, Stefan’s life had worked out well enough even before the finale - well I mean, he got back his humanity on and got married to the love of his life - and since there is always a twist for every ending - there is no other character that suits it well more than Stefan. On another note, I wish they made Enzo free from the new dimension so he could marry Bonnie because being stuck there forever isn’t a justifiable ending for his wilidly romantic character. Moreover,  I expected more of the Damon and Elena come back scene - I imagined heartbreakingly lines of how Damon had waited for her for the longest time followed by a long passionate kiss - but, I couldn’t blame them. I’m glad enough that Nina Dobrev came back. It must have been really uncomfortable for the two.  Nevertheless, the last scene couldn’t be more perfect and I was once again impressed as how Paul walker and Ian Somerhalder portrayed between that hug the happiness the two brothers had felt when they saw each other once again.

I will surely gonna miss how those two brothers had melted my heart all throughout these years. I am presently searching for a new series to watch but i don't think i will ever like something the way i like tvd -  just as the way we feel with our favorite pet or our favorite book. 

Thank you TVD, since 2009. 

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