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Arrow Season Five 


I purchased a copy of Arrow Season Five on Black Friday 2017. If you want to know what reviews are coming then make sure to stay up to date on our FFG Haul videos. Click here for those videos. I recognize a lot of issues with this franchise. I keep watching and reviewing it though. I keep hoping this show cleans some things up.

The issues families will have with Arrow Season Five are bad language, violence, blood, attacks on Biblical marriage, sexual deviancy, lack of attire, enticement to lust, lack of attire, racist, and more. Arrow Season Five shows the normal Holly Weird attacks on the Second Amendment of the United States of America. Arrow Season Five is extremely anti-gun even though they use guns. Arrow Season Five is very preachy about it too.

The storyline in Arrow Season Five revolves around the son of someone Oliver murdered in the first season. There are other enemies of Oliver that show up to join the new bad guy Adrian Chase. Adrian also goes under the name Prometheus. He is constantly multiple steps ahead of Oliver since he researched him quite well. Oliver tries to do different things and they rarely work.

There is a return of some interesting characters in Arrow Season Five. I will not spoil it for you though. It was neat to see certain characters come back. I do not like what they did to Mr Terrific in Arrow Season Five. Wild Dog is an okay character who is sort of there. I like the new Black Canary in Arrow Season Five. Felicity and Oliver may get romantic again in Arrow Season Six.

There is one really cool thing in Arrow Season Five. I love how Oliver refuses to kill going forward. We will see how long that actually lasts. The season finale episode in Arrow Season Five leaves some interesting things open ended. I wish Arrow Season Five was safer for families. I keep holding out hope that this show will start to be considerate of Christians in the content they release.
- Paul


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 45%
Replay: 70%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

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

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