If you’re interested in watching this b/c of Richard Armitage or any of the other actors, don’t. lol. The show is not that good, but it’s also not horrible. Richard Armitage in Spooks or Strike Back is much better. Like they’re both better written and aren’t annoying to watch and make your palms sweat with anticipation and dread. The Golden Hour has too many flashbacks that are annoying because they show like one different thing every time and they have to repeat the entire scene just for that one difference.
But then I thought Richard Armitage looked ridiculously good in The Golden Hour. Like his hair was perfect, his sideburns were perfect, his arms were perfect, his white shirt was perfect….. But since he’s a doctor, he’s always wearing gloves and that orange suit.
I also thought the guy that played Naz was very good-looking. His character’s a bit too arrogant and not that great of a person. Paul’s a better person, but he’s boring. Zoe Telford is much more interesting in Sherlock :x Her character is probably the boringest.
Also, I didn’t get the point of the coma patient and why Alec was so nice to her? I thought she was like his sister or something…..
Anyway, I really did not appreciate how gross and gory the show is. It’s kinda tasteless (opening a boy’s chest to flick his heart, cutting a woman’s stomach open and the flesh looks like rubber/plastic with blood everywhere), unlike Bones, which has a lot of gross decomposing bodies but it’s still interesting to look at O______O I think I’m just weird.
I also did not care much for the four doctors’ interpersonal relationship…. It was like, ok, cool, can we get on with the hour? It was unnecessary and very leave out-able.
I kind of wanted the show to at least update the viewer on the previous episode’s patients. I mean what, they made a full recovery and lived happily ever after? okay lol.Posted 1 year ago with 3 notes