The Last of Us It is one of the best received series today. The HBO production, based on the post-apocalyptic video game by Naughty Doghas surprised specialized critics and a large part of the international public, especially for the performances of Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey and for the reflective nature of its script, which manages to frame endless questions about affectivity in the midst of the battle against Cordyceps fungus and those infected.
But the production has not been to everyone’s liking. Yes, it’s true: what is found the most throughout social networks are praise, although that does not mean that positive opinions are unanimous.
As an example of this is the mockery of showrunner of Elite toward The Last of Us. On his Twitter account, Jaime Vaca published his opinion on the episodes created by Craig Maizin (Chernobyl) and Neil Druckman. The way in which he phrased his publication is striking, since it implies that the series seemed boring to him.
What did he say showrunner of Elite about The Last of Us?
The title “The Last of Us” refers to those who endure watching it
— Jaime Vaca 🇪🇸🏳️🌈 (@jaimevaquin) February 20, 2023
“The title ‘The Last of Us’ refers to those of you who endure seeing it.”
After the appearance of this comment on the internet, the fandom of the HBO program, which has only been on the air for a few months, did not wait, and numerous users immediately disapproved of what Jaime Vaca said. Some of the responses were:
I only needed to see the first episode of Elite to not want to know anything about her. And it turns out that they have been eighteen seasons. Mushrooms are smoked in pairs by some.
— Victor Ayora (@victorayora) February 24, 2023
“I only needed to see the first episode of Elite to not want to know anything about her. And it turns out that they have been eighteen seasons. The mushrooms are smoked in pairs by some”.
This scene >>>>>>>>>>>> all the seasons they could get out of Elite. https://t.co/ATGjpVSvc0 pic.twitter.com/OIBGHXVqf7
—Diego Stenhouse Jr. (@negrealish) February 23, 2023
“This scene >>>>>>>>>>>> all the seasons they could get out of Elite”.
One minute of the baddest part of The Last Of Us is better than all the seasons of Elite combined pic.twitter.com/grEfo0UMq2
— ❤️🖤🧣MissMaffia🧣🖤❤️ (@MissMaffia30) February 23, 2023
“One minute of the worst part of The Last Of Us is better than all the seasons of Elite together”
The audacity of one of the “showrunners” of Elite, one of the worst series in history, to say that “The Last of Us” is boring. https://t.co/EKT3nKsAyP
— SeleneFarias 🌜 (@SeleTheBunny) February 23, 2023
“The audacity of one of the ‘showrunners’ of Elite, one of the worst series in history, to say that” The Last of Us “is boring.”
It distracts my Elite hahaha, but it is true that in a matter of plot… in every season someone dies and you have to discover who. Now that is a the last of us, let’s see who is the last to survive in the holm oaks hahaha. It’s a very loose plot, really…
— Trolley (@I_troll_iU) February 23, 2023
“It distracts my Elite, hahaha, but it is true that in a matter of plot… in every season someone dies and you have to discover who. Now that is a The Last of Us, let’s see who is the last to survive in the holm oaks, hahaha. It’s a very loose argument, really…”
What do you think of the mockery of the showrunner of Elite toward The Last of Us? The truth is that the community of followers of the Craig Maizin series continues to grow and, in fact, the creator has already appreciated the expressions of affection. While, Elite It has had a mixed reception, since its performances are criticized and the fact that the plot is only a poorly developed pretext to show the protagonists in hot and erotic situations.
Elite can be seen on Netflix.
Jose Roberto Landaverde Movie buff and music lover. I am fascinated by writing, listening, reading and commenting on everything related to the seventh art. I’m a fan of Rocky and Back to the Future and obviously one day I’ll climb the “Philly Steps” and drive a DeLorean. Faithful believer that cinema is the best teleportation machine, and also that on the big screen we can all see ourselves represented. I constantly, like Scott Pilgrim, ask myself: “Does bread make you fat?”