So it was with sadness when I watched the last episode of the last season of Sons of Anarchy this week. Would the ending be satisfying?
What's that you say? You've never watched it? You don't have any idea what it's about?
Think The Sopranos on motorcycles. With better-looking guys. And better writing...
|This is Charlie Hunnam, the star of Sons of Anarchy. Hunnam was originally chosen|
for the starring male role in Fifty Shades of Grey but luckily bowed out before it was too late...
Kurt Sutter (the creator and head writer and minor character) is one crazy guy, and his wife Katey Sagal (as Gemma) is a universe away from her work on Married With Children. The characters were incredibly flawed, the things they grappled with--at their core--were things we all could relate to and the connections they had with each other were ones we all understood.
The last moments finished up the series the only way it could be finished. Lots of brutal (but justified) acts. Lots of sacrifices. Lots of joy in uniting the past with the present.
The good thing about my WIP which may end up being my FWIP--my forever work in progress--is I know exactly how it's going to end. Now, if I can only add 40,000 words to the 35,000 I currently have, so I can get to that ending.
How about you? How are you with endings? What are some of your favorite movie or television series endings?