An exoneration of dr victor fries mr freeze a fictional supervillain in batman comic books and movie
Each shot is like a frame from the page of this comic, a beautifully rendered succession of images, each as memorable and impressive as the the one that precedes it.
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They give chase but the chase ends when their path is obstructed by the frozen body of the bored security guard who they hit, causing his body to break up in the collision, launching his frozen head through the windshield of their car. The episode develops methodically, like the pages of an expertly done comic book it emulates. Fries who has come in to confess and surrender himself witnesses this, and now knows his latest formula works. Early on he serves as an exposition device when he explains how Fries freezing device works, this scene also serves to show Nygma has changed, his rage is now much closer to the surface, when he takes exception to rude treatment by Bullock. These moments we had with sweet Afton are also making the ache of losing him all the more crushing. Overall, this episode was a very good one, it was a satisfying extension of story lines introduced earlier in the season. The episode managed to squeeze a lot in without seeming overly burdened, while keeping its focus on the events we all wanted to know the outcome of, and still introducing some new stuff we have been looking forward to seeing portrayed. The cast all did a good job in their respective roles, and Freeze was nicely introduced in a low key manner that belied his importance as a major character going forward. All of his experiments so far have failed, and one recent one he attempts to thaw is graphically depicted turning into a grotesque pool of goo.
This initial depiction of someone being frozen is not as impressive as those that follow which are enhanced by CGI. When Fries later visits a pharmacy to get a refill for a prescription for his wife, who has had some sort of attack, he is confronted by a passive aggressive pharmacist an asshole who shows no compassion for his needs.
Shortly after that Penguin is transferred to Arkham, which we and Penguin are reminded is not a pleasant place to be. Fries who has come in to confess and surrender himself witnesses this, and now knows his latest formula works.
Good stuff from a show that has consistently earned the right to be one of my favorites on tv. Strange shows a lot of interest in this development as the episode ends. General Comment"Sweet Afton" is a poem by Robert Burns, who often writes about nature and entangles it very beautifully with a love adriaticoutfitters.
Delightful in its often overly melodramatic depiction of this corrupt city it is just plain fun to watch. I can only assume they will reappear next week.
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