Mr Robot had its series finale and it was good (thank god)

Dec 24, 2019 12:36


Elliot's attempt to hijack his way into a perfect life goes haywire in Mr. Robot's thrilling, moving series conclusion.

Mr. Robot series finale review: https://t.co/4iwXMz41im pic.twitter.com/6GHKUunD47
- IGN (@IGN) December 24, 2019

- The 2-part finale was a weird, emotional and ultimately hopeful and satisfying conclusion to the series
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mr. robot (usa), review, rami malek

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tetrazzinichikn December 24 2019, 03:00:12 UTC
coconutoil December 24 2019, 10:53:44 UTC
It got so, so much heavier but it was so valuable and i'm glad I stuck with it. I absolutely understand why people would bail though. It's a whole lot.

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winterbam December 24 2019, 10:59:55 UTC

Same. It was good, but so heavy.

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anus December 24 2019, 03:07:10 UTC
The finale didn't answer a lot of questions outside of Elliot and at first I was upset about that, but then I realized it doesn't matter. This show was never really about that, it was always about Elliot's mental illness.

It's still super sad that mastermind Elliot is kinda gone and actual Elliot is going to wake up to find his world totally different.

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kittenmittons December 24 2019, 06:46:57 UTC
What questions did you find were left unanswered? This is a honest question; I only feel like I was left wondering about wtf happened to Tyrell and hoping that Flipper/Qwerty were okay.

I’m sure once I see other questions others still have, I’ll start to dwell on them too though.

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violet_crumble9 December 24 2019, 09:10:16 UTC
i think qwerty was in that room elliot was in at the nuclear plant that survived the blast. so should be alive.

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anus December 24 2019, 12:17:06 UTC
Oh man so many. What was the point of White Rose's machine? Was she just bananas all along? What did Tyrell see at the end? What happened during the 3 days Elliot can't remember?

There were a lot of weird things that made people theorize that a lot of scenes were in a simulation/fake world (constant references to 5/9 and 11:16, Angela seeing her younger self when she meets White Rose, Elliot didn't see any bodies at Watership Township until he put the malware in the computer, etc), but since that wasn't the case why were those things there?

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luna_incognita December 24 2019, 03:19:35 UTC
I stopped watching after Season 1. I TRIED to get into Season 2 but couldn't.

Should I give it a go, ONTD? While it's great that it has an emotional end for the character, does it tie up any ends regarding the plot and side characters? I think that's important to do too.

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yim_yames December 24 2019, 03:23:30 UTC
The beginning of season 2 was a pain to get through but the last few episodes made up for it. I'd say give it another shot.

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anus December 24 2019, 03:26:42 UTC
The pace of season 2 is kinda meh, but once you get to a major event in it the show stays pretty interesting. Season 3 is insane and season 4 was absolute perfection.

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yim_yames December 24 2019, 03:21:24 UTC
The finale was perfect tbh. I will miss this show so much, such a weird and unique experience. I was kinda hoping to see Trenton and Mobeley again.
Obligatory all the awards for Rami, he really knocked it out of the park this season.

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yim_yames December 24 2019, 03:27:20 UTC
Oh and Carly really stood out this season too. Hope she gets some recognition.

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futile_devices December 24 2019, 03:22:32 UTC
I really enjoyed it. I was lost at the end of last week’s episode but Sam wrapped it beautifully.

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