Revolution: "Pilot" Review

Coming from J.J. Abrams, Eric Kripke and Jon Favreau, Revolution -- which can be viewed early via Hulu (see the embed below) -- certainly has plenty of elements that make it very attractive to those seeking a new genre-TV kick.

Written by Supernatural creator Kripke and directed by Favreau (Abrams is serving as an executive producer), the pilot to Revolution’s opening moments show us what happened the night all power stopped working in the world. Those opening moments hint at the horrific events that followed (seeing multiple planes falling from the sky is appropriately shocking), before the action moves fifteen years later. Read More...

http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/09/06/revolution-pilot-review 


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Nov 4, 2012 6:57AM EST

OK 1 what about solar power and wind generation power. And every black, Latino and Asian gang would have automatic weapons to there disposal which would make them fracken powerful militia. so here is some discrepancies or flaws in the show especially when I see people using 1812 muskets and such guns that require gun powder, come on bullets do not require electricity. plus Cross bows is this the hunger games .. other than that the show is interesting especially when the geeks of the world would be on the bottom again if a black out were to occur.

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