Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The End

Last night I watched the series finale of critically acclaimed Lost, one of the best tv shows of all-time. As an avid fan of Lost who have been watching the show scrupulously since 2004, I couldn't hardly wait to see how everything on the show ends. So after six amazing seasons, Lost finally comes to an end. The question is, was the ending fulfilling? If one watch the series finale from the perspective of story line or mythology I am sure he or she would be left unsatisfied, because there are abundant of questions and mysteries left unanswered after the show ends. But if the series finale is watched from the perspective of emotion, one would find that it is extremely haunting and he or she would remember every single second of the episode for quite a long time or probably forever. Namaste!

Note: Sigh!! I am having Lost withdrawal symptoms at the moment! Definitely lost without Lost...

The opening scene of the series (Season 1's Pilot)

The closing scene of the series (Season 6's Finale)

15 comments:

Al Hadi said...

aku x penah layan Lost. aku pun x tau kenapa

Anonymous said...

Lost is a great show. No doubt about it. It's like a huge jigsaw puzzle which first pieces that given to viewers are questions type and the answers type pieces are given later. So, one has to watch the show religiously and cannot miss even an episode. That actually could be a problem because it's hard to keep people from following the hard-to-follow story from the beginning until the end.

Naz said...

Hadi: aku lagilah x tau kenapa! haha!

Anonymous: Lost is a thought-provoking show. Every single episode on Lost needs watchers to study all of its aspects- it's theme, story line and everything in order to understand things and meanings that the show creators tried to convey. The series finale just proved that Lost is one heavy show. So heavy that until so many things about faith, redemption, atonement and reconciliation can be studied endlessly from it. Namaste! :)

Am said...

Well, u r my trademark of Lost.

Dengar jer fan arguing about Lost, terus aku terfikir apa yang hang contemplate. Hehe

Oh, mahu tiru ayat akhir.

Definitely desperate with Desperate Housewives. Keke.

papaYA said...

Aku tgk secara tekun sampai season 4 je. Then I'm lost, tak keep track lagi dgn series ni.. Tapi cerita die memang buat kite berfikir n kejap2 rase nak tgk balik episod2 yg lepas utk relate dgn episod yg baru..

Naz said...

Am: Muahaha! hang desperate ngan housewife yg mana satu?

Papaya: Tengok Lost mmg kena tekun, kalau tak confirm akan lost. :D

Freak said...

Lost is more than just a tv show. Even it is over, people will continue talking about it for a very long time. Simply said, even it is not a perfect tv show (there is no such thing as perfect tv show anyway. yet.), Lost has created history in tv industry.

Naz said...

Freak: Every tv show on this planet certainly has flaws. So does Lost. But flaws and imperfections made the show whole. Namaste :)

Phoebus Athenos said...

Lost is stupid

Naz said...

Phoebus Athenos: I do respect your view on Lost. Not everyone can like the show. It needs high concentration and patient. So not everyone would be able to stay hooked or fully understand everything delivered on the show. That probably makes some people think the show is stupid (However, I'd really please if you tell the real reason why you think the show is stupid). Anyway, millions of people all over the world think the show is brilliant! :) Namaste!

Am said...

Of course lah Gabrielle!

John Locke said...

Lost is the best!

Naz said...

Am: Oh, bukan Edie ek? Hehe! ;)

John Locke: I am not sure about Lost being the best tv show because I am not watching enough tv to agree with that. However, most people agreed that Lost is no doubt one of the best tv shows ever created. By the way, John Locke is one of my favourite Lost characters! ;)Namaste!

nzard said...

will you loose the Namaste! already????
Am: my fav housewive is Lynette!

Naz said...

Nzard: Namaste!