I'm attempting this description thing where I talk about myself, even though I'm dreadful at doing such a thing, so I'll just cover the basics: Lindsay. 21. Canada. Architectural Tecchnology Grad. Are we done here? Ok, good. Any other questions you may have for me, just leave them in the ask box.
Sometimes we don’t fully appreciate the absolutely gorgeous music that’s going on behind the incredible scenes we’re watching because let’s face it, with the breathtaking acting we’re looking at and listening to, it’s hard to focus on the music, too. So here. Listen to the stunning piece of music that played with the final moment of the finale. Be struck by the raw emotion in the actors’ voices and get lost in the orchestral phenomenon as the angels fall.
This is why I love supernatural. The writers and production team think of everything. The amazing acting is coupled with breathtaking scenery, fantastic music and superb cinematography. It is a visual masterpiece and I don’t think it gets the recognition that it deserves.
- crowley just wanted to be loved
- naomi just wanted to help
- cas didn’t want to fail anyone again
- sams biggest sin was letting dean down
- cas no longer has his grace
- the angels were expelled from heaven
To Jared Padalecki for giving an incredibly real, broken, exhausted, sick, thread-bare performance; for blowing us away with every scene.
To Jensen Ackles for breaking our hearts with the honest and heartbreaking portrayal of a man who was beyond desperate to save his beloved brother.
To Misha Collins for always making us smile by delivering Cas’ ever-so-blunt lines with an innocence that only he can produce. And for taking an immensely complicated character and making us believe in him.
To Mark Sheppard for playing the perfect villain who always toys with the line of making us love him and hate him; for showing a subtle honesty and humanity that we’ve never seen before.
To Amanda Tapping for making us hate Naomi but then believe in her. I will personally miss the very complex and unique character.
To Curtis Armstrong for the quick and seamless turn around from trust to mistrust. For a character who, within three episodes, showed us something new.
To every single person who works on Supernatural, from the highest ranking cast member to the ‘lowest’ ranking crew member. Thank you for producing a show that we get lost in; a show that we laugh and cry with; a show who’s characters are so raw and real that we can’t help but feel our heart break with them.
Shoutout to you all. You’re absolutely awesome.