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Great Series, Strange Transitions
First off, I absolutely love 'Yellowstone'. Some have referred to it as a modern-day 'Giant', I like to think of it as a modern-day 'Bonanza". This was the very first episode that disappointed me, however. The cliffhanger at the end of the previous episode was completely white-washed in this one. I don't want to say a lot because I don't want to spoil anything, but, a quick note to the writers, there needs to be continuity between episodes that make sense. There was absolutely no explanation for what turned out and I was left with the feeling that it was just a dumb bit of writing to tease the next episode. Nonetheless, I am totally immersed in this series.
Very worthwhile inside view of an amazing movie
Viewers who are opposed to the movie subject won't like this behind-the-scenes look. Anyone who saw and liked the movie will see another aspect of the story to further understand why its telling was so powerful. Being from Texas, I was fully aware of Chris Kyle's story well before the movie project started. The total shock of his unnecessary and untimely death was felt deeply by many who live here. I vividly remember the television news stories showing the thousands of people lined up along the funeral route. If not for work commitments, I would have been one of them. Chris Kyle was truly an amazing man and his story is an important one in understanding why we are such an exceptional nation. I only gave it 9 stars because it didn't last nearly long enough for me.