[NEW] Smallville: Season 6 Review | smallville season 6 – POLLICELEE

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At the end of the fifth season of Smallville , Clark found himself trapped in the Phantom Zone, Lex had combined with Zod and was hell-bent on taking over Earth, and Brainiac had seemingly been destroyed. The sixth season resolves most of these issues in the premiere with Lex-Zod being defeated, leaving Lex behind, and Clark escaping from the Phantom Zone with help from another Kryptonian named Raya. With a clean slate to work with, season six of Smallville took an even bolder approach at bringing the Superman mythos to life with several new recurring characters thrown into the mix.

The most prominent of these recurring characters was Oliver Queen, a.k.a. Green Arrow, who was ripped straight from the pages of DC comics. In his first episode, Justin Hartley’s performance was a little shaky but he quickly came into his own and despite the silly glasses, this Green Arrow was almost on par with his comic book counterpart. Arrow brought plenty of action and gadgets to the series and a hero that was a stark contrast to Clark Kent. Ollie was never afraid to take risks and break a few eggs to do what was right and throughout the course of his appearances he taught Clark a thing or two about being a hero. He also came prepared with an impressive assortment of arrows similar to those you would see in the comic books.

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Rounding out the recurring cast of characters are Jimmy Olsen and Martian Manhunter. We were initially skeptical about Jimmy Olsen joining the cast of Smallville but we have to give the writers and Aaron Ashmore complete credit for making this character feel like a natural addition to the group. He never once felt shoehorned into a storyline or annoying like his movie counterpart – he simply fit – and his romance with Chloe Sullivan was a surprising hit. Too bad we couldn’t say the same about Lois Lane who has out-stayed her welcome. Besides her romance with Ollie, she had very little to do this season and when she would make an appearance, the story primarily focused on her development into an investigative reporter.

The most prominent of these recurring characters was Oliver Queen, a.k.a. Green Arrow, who was ripped straight from the pages of DC comics. In his first episode, Justin Hartley’s performance was a little shaky but he quickly came into his own and despite the silly glasses, this Green Arrow was almost on par with his comic book counterpart. Arrow brought plenty of action and gadgets to the series and a hero that was a stark contrast to Clark Kent. Ollie was never afraid to take risks and break a few eggs to do what was right and throughout the course of his appearances he taught Clark a thing or two about being a hero. He also came prepared with an impressive assortment of arrows similar to those you would see in the comic books.Rounding out the recurring cast of characters are Jimmy Olsen and Martian Manhunter. We were initially skeptical about Jimmy Olsen joining the cast of Smallville but we have to give the writers and Aaron Ashmore complete credit for making this character feel like a natural addition to the group. He never once felt shoehorned into a storyline or annoying like his movie counterpart – he simply fit – and his romance with Chloe Sullivan was a surprising hit. Too bad we couldn’t say the same about Lois Lane who has out-stayed her welcome. Besides her romance with Ollie, she had very little to do this season and when she would make an appearance, the story primarily focused on her development into an investigative reporter.

Martian Manhunter made several enigmatic appearances throughout the season and we say enigmatic not only due to the character’s mysterious nature but also in reference to why the writers bothered to include him in the season. He didn’t share much in common with the comic book version and his contribution to the storyline was minimal. It almost seemed as if his addition to the cast was solely done so the CW could promote him and attract a greater number of comic book fans to watch the show.

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At the midseason mark, Smallville attempted something unprecedented and had several DC superheroes appear in one episode. Green Arrow, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Impulse (The Flash) all appeared in an episode entitled “Justice.” While the appearance of this much DC goodness in one outing would normally have us jumping for joy, we found the episode to be slightly disappointing. With rushed introductions and a premise that falls flat, “Justice” wasn’t what we would have liked. Still, give Steven S. DeKnight credit for making the attempt and we can only imagine what he could have done if the story was stretched out over two parts.

A somewhat surprising highlight of season six is the relationship of Lex and Lana. When their relationship began to develop last season it really came out of left field and was as far a departure from the comic as you could get. However, the writers took their time developing this storyline and made the feelings between Lex and Lana believable. This was a relationship that was inevitably doomed to fail but it went a long way in creating animosity between Clark and Lex. Also, Lana’s character changed throughout the course of the relationship and some of that Luthor mentality brushed off on her. She became a far more interesting and dynamic character because of it.

The latter half of the season delivered several twists that would shake the foundation of the series, including a surprising revelation about Chloe Sullivan and the wedding of Lana and Lex Luthor. If that isn’t enough, Lana finally finds out Clark’s secret! After six seasons of secrets, lies and downright silliness – the truth finally comes out and we can only hope that it will mean a more focused story next season. Unfortunately, the second half is also marred by some disappointing episodes that stunted the buildup towards the finale. The most notable suspects are “Combat,” an episode that featured Clark vs. WWE superstar Kane and “Noir,” a technically sound but ultimately failed representation of 1940s film noir.

While Lex Luthor grew into the villain that we’d been waiting six seasons for, Clark Kent remained stagnant. Sure, Clark talked about how he would head off to start his training once he had defeated the Phantom Zone escapees, but unlike his future arch-nemesis, he is far from maturing into his future self. Clark still feels like that whiny little farm boy from season one and don’t let us get started on his puppy dog expression whenever he hears Lana’s name mentioned. Even Green Arrow points out how Clark needs to start growing into the person he is destined to become and that he should finally start utilizing his powers for the good of mankind instead of constantly moping about Smallville.

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The buildup to the finale was disappointing. Lex’s 33.1 program is revealed to be a super soldier experiment using DNA from both Meteor Freaks and Zoners. The problem is that we only ever meet one of these super soldiers and Clark Kent dispatches him within minutes. It’s disappointing to see a storyline developed for half a season only to have it resolved within one episode. Luckily, the fallout from these events led to a satisfying finale with Lex attempting to capture one last Phantom Zone escapee who turns out to be a little more than he or anyone expected. We won’t spoil the surprise, but the last “Zoner” turns out to be a classic villain from Superman mythology that fans have been waiting to see for a long time.

Season six was by no means perfect but you have to hand it to the Smallville creative staff for attempting something new this season. Previous seasons would see storylines end with everything returning to status quo but this season finally felt like an evolution for the series. Well, an evolution for everyone except Clark who is still far from being the hero he needs to become. Maybe meeting his cousin Supergirl will finally push him closer towards becoming the Man of Steel.

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Martian Manhunter made several enigmatic appearances throughout the season and we say enigmatic not only due to the character’s mysterious nature but also in reference to why the writers bothered to include him in the season. He didn’t share much in common with the comic book version and his contribution to the storyline was minimal. It almost seemed as if his addition to the cast was solely done so the CW could promote him and attract a greater number of comic book fans to watch the show.At the midseason mark, Smallville attempted something unprecedented and had several DC superheroes appear in one episode. Green Arrow, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Impulse (The Flash) all appeared in an episode entitled “Justice.” While the appearance of this much DC goodness in one outing would normally have us jumping for joy, we found the episode to be slightly disappointing. With rushed introductions and a premise that falls flat, “Justice” wasn’t what we would have liked. Still, give Steven S. DeKnight credit for making the attempt and we can only imagine what he could have done if the story was stretched out over two parts.A somewhat surprising highlight of season six is the relationship of Lex and Lana. When their relationship began to develop last season it really came out of left field and was as far a departure from the comic as you could get. However, the writers took their time developing this storyline and made the feelings between Lex and Lana believable. This was a relationship that was inevitably doomed to fail but it went a long way in creating animosity between Clark and Lex. Also, Lana’s character changed throughout the course of the relationship and some of that Luthor mentality brushed off on her. She became a far more interesting and dynamic character because of it.The latter half of the season delivered several twists that would shake the foundation of the series, including a surprising revelation about Chloe Sullivan and the wedding of Lana and Lex Luthor. If that isn’t enough, Lana finally finds out Clark’s secret! After six seasons of secrets, lies and downright silliness – the truth finally comes out and we can only hope that it will mean a more focused story next season. Unfortunately, the second half is also marred by some disappointing episodes that stunted the buildup towards the finale. The most notable suspects are “Combat,” an episode that featured Clark vs. WWE superstar Kane and “Noir,” a technically sound but ultimately failed representation of 1940s film noir.While Lex Luthor grew into the villain that we’d been waiting six seasons for, Clark Kent remained stagnant. Sure, Clark talked about how he would head off to start his training once he had defeated the Phantom Zone escapees, but unlike his future arch-nemesis, he is far from maturing into his future self. Clark still feels like that whiny little farm boy from season one and don’t let us get started on his puppy dog expression whenever he hears Lana’s name mentioned. Even Green Arrow points out how Clark needs to start growing into the person he is destined to become and that he should finally start utilizing his powers for the good of mankind instead of constantly moping about Smallville.The buildup to the finale was disappointing. Lex’s 33.1 program is revealed to be a super soldier experiment using DNA from both Meteor Freaks and Zoners. The problem is that we only ever meet one of these super soldiers and Clark Kent dispatches him within minutes. It’s disappointing to see a storyline developed for half a season only to have it resolved within one episode. Luckily, the fallout from these events led to a satisfying finale with Lex attempting to capture one last Phantom Zone escapee who turns out to be a little more than he or anyone expected. We won’t spoil the surprise, but the last “Zoner” turns out to be a classic villain from Superman mythology that fans have been waiting to see for a long time.Season six was by no means perfect but you have to hand it to the Smallville creative staff for attempting something new this season. Previous seasons would see storylines end with everything returning to status quo but this season finally felt like an evolution for the series. Well, an evolution for everyone except Clark who is still far from being the hero he needs to become. Maybe meeting his cousin Supergirl will finally push him closer towards becoming the Man of Steel.

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[NEW] Xem phim Thị Grấn Smallville (Phần 6) – Smallville (Season 6) tập 12 – Season 6 | smallville season 6 – POLLICELEE

Thị Grấn Smallville (Phần 6) – Smallville (Season 6) tập 12 , Season 6, Smallville (Season 6) 2006

Năm 1989, sau một trận mưa băng rơi xuống thị trấn Smallville giết chết rất nhiều người, gia đình ông bà Jonathan và Martha Ken đã tìm thấy một chiếc phi thuyền rơi xuống cánh đồng, bên trong đó có một cậu bé xinh xắn. Họ đem đứa bé về nuôi và đặt tên là Clark Kent.

Mười mấy năm sau, Clark lớn lên và bắt đầu khám phá sức mạnh bí ẩn tiềm tàng trong cơ thể mình. Clark trở thành siêu nhân. Cũng chính trong thời gian này, Clark nhận ra rằng cuộc sống anh bắt đầu gặp rắc rối, đảo lộn. Clark rất thích cô bạn hàng xóm thông minh, xinh xắn Lanna Lang. Thế nhưng có một sự ngăn cách bí ẩn nào đó khiến anh không thể đụng vào Lanna. Còn Lanna, cô gái mồ côi cả cha lẫn mẹ trong trận sao băng năm xưa, cũng bắt đầu quan tâm và đặt nhiều ghi vấn về Clark sau khi anh cứu thoát chết trong cơn lốc xoáy dữ dội.

Lại nữa có sự xuất hiện của Lex Luthor – anh chàng có đầu hói đặc biệt. Tốt nghiệp đại học, Lex trở về Smallville để giúp đỡ công việc kinh doanh của gia đình. Sau khi Clark cứu sống Lex, họ trở thành bạn bè thân thiết, xem nhau như anh em ruột thịt. Bộ ba nhân vật này là trung tâm của mọi tình huống trong câu chuyện xảy ra tại thị trấn Smallville…

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Smallville Intro Season 6 HD


Smallville intro season 6

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Smallville Intro Season 6 HD

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Smallville Season 6 Tribute (by Kellouin)


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Smallville Season 6 Tribute (by Kellouin)

Smallville 5.01 — (Best Moments Smallville #05)


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Smallville – 6×01 – Zod – Martha finds Lois in the plane wreckage


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