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Arrow Season One

 

 

SCORE: 60

 

Arrow Season One 

 

I am a sucker for the super hero shows and movies. Which is why I purchased Arrow Season One, and Arrow Season Two on Black Friday. Each of those seasons was ten dollars. Which is a good price for 972 minutes of content. Not counting the couple of special features.

Arrow Season One does some really interesting things. It starts us out on the island he has survived on for five years. He is rescued and we are in Starling City present day. Throughout the show there are flash backs to what happened on the island. So while we move forward with the characters in present time, we are also learning what happened during the five years he was gone. This is a great way to keep things interesting.

In my opinion Arrow Season One is for teenagers and older only. There is blood, death, gore, violence, enticement to lust, lies, deceit, and bad language in Arrow Season One. There is also drugs and alcohol. I like how Arrow Season One shows the dangers of drugs. It does not show the damages of alcohol.

The whole storyline in Arrow Season One is Oliver was saved by the sacrifice of his father. He is going back to his home town to right the wrongs of his father. His mother is working with the evil people trying to tear down the slums. Arrow Season One has an early theme of going after the rich and giving the money to those who were exploited. Almost every rich person in Arrow Season One is shown to be bad. Which fits into the theme of Green Arrow being an extremely left wing zealot.

The story telling, and characters are what helps set Arrow Season One apart from so many other television shows. The actors and actresses all do a fantastic job of relaying the emotions they feel. I could have done without the sexual deviancy sections of Arrow Season One personally.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: DVD
Publisher: Warner Bros
Developer:
DC Comics
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated


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