ACCA Episode 12 Review:
While I suspect not all will be thrilled with the way this resolved, for me it was the perfect way to end this story. At all times, things have been pretty laid back and resolved without much in the way of violence, and for the coup to end the way it did works perfectly in terms of being true to the feel of the story and characters. It probably would have been unnatural for this to end any other way.
There’s something immensely satisfying in seeing where the characters end up after the ceremony and while this journey was meandering at times, it doesn’t feel like any of it has been wasted. I fully enjoyed every moment of this story. You can read the full review here and I’m definitely going to rewatch this series later in the year just to see if it can stand up to a second watch (I’m still concerned that half the fun of this show will vanish when you know where it is going).
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7 thoughts on “ACCA Episode 12 – Terrific”
I’d have to agree that the way the series ended was really the only logical conclusion, and it was also a satisfying one. While ACCA was a slow series, I really enjoyed watching everything gradually fall into place.
Yes, it was really satisfying to watch develop.
I feel the ending was suitable as well.
But considering the general feeling and tone throughout the series, this kind of ending was only natural and what I expected from the beginning.
A nice hidden gem from the season.
Yeah, not for everyone but I think a lot of us have really had fun watching this.
the general reaction ive seen for this series makes me wonder what kind of ending ppl were expecting. im with you…i thought this ending fit.
I do wonder what they were expecting. I could never really see the coup happening given the tone of the show but I wondered how the show would get around it (and I kept fearing they’d just go with it for the sake of having a big finish). I’m really pleased with this ending as it fit the narrative up to that point and didn’t compromise on the tone of the show.