|Everyone "moves on" on Lost|
I wish I had time to put together a full post about my feelings on the Lost finale after having a year to think about it.
Personally, I loved the finale. Sure, it didn't answer all of my questions or explain every little detail, but I didn't expect it to do that. For me, it was a fully satisfying 2.5 hour telecast that kept me engaged the entire way. I still tear up every time that the final music cue turns up in my iTunes, when I think about the passing of the baton from Jack to Hurley, when I remember Sawyer and Juliet's kiss in the sideways, when I remember Jack and Smokey's final battle, when I remember the scene with everyone in the church, or the final image of Jack closing his eye.
Whenever I think of those moments I remember this show as one that took me on a roller coaster ride that had me hooked from the first turn. When it finally pulled into the station, I had no hard feelings, only thoughts of what a great ride it was.
Now, it's your turn. Has your view of the Lost finale changed over the course of the year? What moments remain your favorites?