The Vampire Diaries season 8: Episode 16, SPOILER is sacrificing, our critic of the Series Finale!
While the final episode of The Vampire Diaries has just been released on the CW, let’s get back together on the main events that marked “I Was Feeling Epic”!
We will not get over it! And yes the meltynauts, after eight years of good and loyal services, The Vampire Diaries said goodbye last night to us to discover a melancholic Series finale, moving, frustrating and terribly nostalgic. Personally, I must confess that it is very difficult for me to reveal today my last criticism but we will come back tomorrow at 6 pm in a whole new chronicle. While Melty’s editor suggested finding out who had died in the final episode of Season 8 The Vampire Diaries , let’s get back to the events that marked “I Was Feeling Epic” aired last night on the CW . And the least we can say, Is that knowing that it was the end did not help us to live better these last forty minutes. Because if we knew that someone was going to die, Julie Plec and her whole team did their utmost to mislead us from beginning to end . The episode opened on Elena’s awakening or at least what seemed to be the case since, of course, the most ruthless bitch in the show had decided to be bad to the end by taking the place of our heroine enough Long to tear our hearts away. But Nina Dobrev was there and it was already a small miracle in itself. And we will not lie, she has lost nothing of her talent and it is there that we realized how much she had missed us since her death in season. No one knows how to offer us such a beautiful verbal joust with the brothers Salvatore as Katherine . Better, it knew how to take again in its way replicas simply emblematic and that we love!
But if Katherine was arguing with Stefan and Damon, Vicky continued to ring the bell to Matt’s great despair, which could not convince her to stop her actions. In any case, it would not have been coherent that she stopped considering her schemes in season 3. Vicky has no trouble signing for evil if this can help her which forces us to What would have become of him if Damon had not killed him? Meanwhile, Caroline promised Alaric not to worry about her. She would not let the binoculars grow without a mother. A pretty promise but diametrically opposed to the previous episode where everything had gone in the direction of Caroline. His marriage had been fairy- Is perhaps this is the problem . Everything was far too perfect to the point that we should have suspected that everything would soon collapse. In the end, Katherine has kidnapped Elena’s body and intends to let her burn at the same time as the city. All that is left for Bonnie to save the world all over again . Still with Enzo by his side, our favorite witch found the strength to foment a plan remained only one of our two heroes to sacrifice. That’s where everything was going, anyway, to finish bitterly for all the fans. No matter who would choose to put an end to Katherine’s terrifying reign, we were going to have a broken heart but … Stefan what?
Well, tears began to flow at that time especially as the farewells of the duo Stelena had something to remind us of wonderful memories. It was simple, it was beautiful but mostly it was epic. Beyond ships, preferences, perpetual debates, this scene was masterful both by its poetry and its authenticity . Never had the game of Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley been so moving. Especially since Stefan conjured Elena to tell Caroline that he would love her forever. A few hours later, Bonnie managed to wake up our heroine. Again, the moment was incredibly right, capturing joy, distress, relief and mourning at once from an Elena still waking up in a world where Stefan is no more. After a very harsh burial for the nerves, we finally discovered the long awaited flashforward. It is much longer than expected even bringing us until the death of the couple Delena and his reunion with the Gilbert clan and of course those of the two brothers. Only the plot of Caroline and Alaric remained open with a very explicit message from Klaus on the intentions of the writers and the arrival of the pretty blonde in New Orleans. The opportunity for her to finally get her happy ending? For their part, Bonnie and Matt also seemed to have found the serenity that they lacked so much. In short, we will cry again for so long we are torn apart by the fate of Stefan. But “I Was Feeling Epic” Had all the grandiose episodes of the first seasons that were then able to transport us and make us vibrate. After eight years spent with the heroes of Mystic Falls, we have only one thing left to say: thank you for everything! What did you think of this final episode?