The quiet and detached series finale of The Vampire Diaries Seasons 1-3 DVD has worked well for shows in the past, as the action is tied up in the penultimate instalment, leaving the final hour to intimate character moments and relationships.
I'm also curious to see how Nina Dobrev (Elena/Katherine) does now that she is pulling double duty, character-wise. I know she did it a few times last season, but that was only in the flashback scenes. Now she's doing it full time, switching back and forth between Elena and Katherine.
Okay, you have vampires and werewolves and star-crossed romances and love triangles and high school, but Twilight it's not, no matter how much the marketeers seem to want you to think it is. The soapier elements don't dominate The Vampire Diaries 1-3 dvd box set, and even when people stand around and talk about their feelings, the series' frenzied pace somehow manages not to grind to a halt. I don't get how that sort of thing is possible, but somehow, the writers nail it week in and week out.
The dialogue that swirls around the romantic stuff can be kind of clunky, sure, but that whole thing winds up feeling kind of endearing, ridiculous, and fun. The same goes for the relationships themselves. "Elena is my sister's husband's brother's daughter, and her mother is my boyfriend's deceased wife." Jenna's right; you can't make this stuff up.
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