One of my all time favorites.
Like the great film, it's made with a great deal of visible affection both in front of and behind the camera.
The thing I enjoyed most about the film is the fact that it doesn't shy away from being a super-sized-cliche;
Arrow is a great adaptation of DC Comic's Green Arrow that brings a real life aspects to a true Robin Hood esque hero
I have started to watch this, expecting it would be good. For all those who are fans of G.O.T. this series are very poor to watch. All the episodes go in the same way to hunt down one or the other criminal. Plot is very poor. All episodes are almost same when it comes to main plot. Positive thing is that, there is a flash back scenes which makes series to be a bit interesting.
There are some slow parts, or filler episodes that's don't really add to the story. The rest is pretty solid. The new team in season 6 took a minute to get use to.
Arrow has been one of my favourite shows over the last six years and I have just finished the sixth season of the show and it was good until the season finale that really worked for me, making this a great season of the show. The premise of the season sees Team Arrow having to deal with a new group of enemies looking to take over Star City. Stephen Amell is known for playing Oliver Queen/The Green Arrow and he does a great job this season especially in the Oliver Queen role. I reckon he could play The Green Arrow in his sleep, but he really had to add depth and complexity to the role of Oliver this season. After the events of last season he is given a different outlook on life and it really works for this season. The supporting cast is incredibly large this season an to be honest I feel like not all of the characters were handled appropriately. Two I really liked were Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance and Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lane, after the events of last season the dynamic between these two changed significantly and it was one of the best parts of this season and this was down to the strength of the performers. I also liked Kirk Avecado's performance as the villain Ricardo Diaz, even though I found his character to be pretty generic I thought he bought the most out of the character. But then I felt like some of the other characters were annoying, Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak has been annoying to different degrees over the last few years and overall this season I found her okay but at times those moments came out and it hurt certain elements of the show. Also the other members of the team have a significant story arc and overall I didn't care about them or what they were doing. The story goes along and there are some interesting stories seeing the good guys trying to take down these villains, but the season finale raised the personal stakes of the story and the payoff for a long season. However, during the season there was just story arcs I didn't really care about certain elements of the story that hurt the show overall. The script was very good this season, with this being a darker show it has less humour but when used it works well. The drama was handled very well this season and as the season went on the better it went. The style of the show has always been really good, with some amazing hand to hand combat action scenes that really brings you into this darker world in this now large universe. Overall this is once again a very enjoyable season of Arrow and one that deserves a watch if you are a fan of this show.