Hey Everyone! If you like the TV show, Arrow, I'm sure you'll like this TV show! For this week's reflective response, I'd like to share with you one of my favorite TV shows right now, DC Comic's The Flash. The Flash is a TV show that follows Barry Allen, a boy who was struck by lighting following the explosion of an invention, the particle accelerator. Nine months later, out of a coma, Barry discovers that he can run super fast and heal quickly, an aftermath of the explosion, making him a 'metahuman'. As a young child, Barry witnessed his mother being murdered, by something that couldn't be explained, a man in yellow lightning. No one believed him, and his father was wrongly convicted for his wife's murder. Fast forward in time, Barry along with the help of his friends and scientists, Cisco, Dr. Caitlin Snow, and Dr. Harrison Wells, use his super powers for good, to stop other bad meta-humans from committing crimes, while trying to discover who this 'man in yellow' really is. This show is action packed, and keeps you on the edge of your seat, wanting to know more. It has really cool special effects, and an exciting plot. I love the cinematography and the whole intensity of it! A meta-human is someone who has been affected from the blast, giving them some sort of super power. Barry was given his speed, as others were given different things according to what they were doing at that time of the explosion. I think it's really exciting because each person has a different power, and each problem is different! Since each person has a different powers, there are so many special effects involved! I especially love the shots of Barry running and how focused it can be no matter the effects involved. Here's the Season 1 trailer for The Flash! You can watch The Flash on Netflix. Hope you like it! Well, that is it for this week's reflective response! Bye!
Hi! I'm Alaysia Navor, a third year student in the CKTV Media Productions class. I'll be publishing 2 blogs each week, posted to the left. You can also check out the tabs, "Inside Scoop" and "Projects" for some of my other work.
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