When “Superbad” comes out in theaters, I’ll be hoping that it provides an entertaining but also emotionally devastating experience for fans.
As much as I loved the series, I was also torn about its ending.
The finale was ultimately a bittersweet story about a family that has come to accept their past mistakes, and they have come to appreciate their family, but also their future.
The final two episodes have me wanting to get back to my hometown, which is what I’ve been doing the last few months as I prepare for “The End Is Now.”
I’ll just leave you with this: I’m glad I got to see it all play out.
I’m also happy to say that “The Last Battle” and “Supergood” are the only films that I’m looking forward to.