In the season finale, the study group says goodbye to Greendale—but did the show get the ending it deserved?
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Community: The Movie
It’s been five years since the cult classic TV show Community went off the air, and fans are still clamoring for more. There have been rumors of a movie for years, but nothing has materialized. Recently, though, there have been some signs that a movie might finally be in the works.
Some believe that the movie would be a fitting conclusion to the story of the show, which was about a group of friends who met at a community college and formed a close bond. Others worry that a movie would not be able to capture the magic of the show.
No matter what happens, it’s clear that the Community fandom is as strong as ever. Here’s hoping that we finally get the movie we deserve.
The Characters We Love
The question of whether or not Community got the movie it deserved is a complicated one. On the one hand, the movie did give fans a chance to see their favorite characters again, and it did wrap up some loose ends from the series. However, on the other hand, the movie was not as well-received as the series was, and it did not do as well commercially.
Ultimately, whether or not Community got the movie it deserved is up to each individual fan to decide. Some may feel that the movie was a fitting conclusion to the series, while others may feel that it was a missed opportunity.
Community got the movie it deserved in every sense. The writing was on point, the jokes were hilarious, and the characters were all perfectly in character. Every single plot point was handled perfectly, and the ending left me feeling satisfied. I can’t think of a single negative thing to say about this movie.
The Community Spirit
It’s been almost a year since we said goodbye to Greendale Community College and the show that called it home. Community was always a bit of an underdog, picked up by NBC after it was dropped by Fox and then constantly in danger of cancellation throughout its six-season run. But the show’s passionate fanbase kept it alive, campaigning for its return after it was unceremoniously axed in 2014 and eventually helping to bring it back for a sixth season on Yahoo Screen.
Now that the dust has settled, we can look back on Community’s journey and ask: did this scrappy little show finally get the ending it deserved?
There’s no denying that the sixth season was a bit of a mess. The move to Yahoo Screen meant lower production values, and the show often felt like it was running on fumes. The cast was also noticeably depleted, with several key members (Donald Glover, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jonathan Banks) leaving during or before production on the final season.
But despite all of these problems, there are moments in the sixth season that are as good as anything else in the series. In particular, the episode “Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television” is a masterful piece of television, beautifully written and directed and featuring some of the best performances from the cast. It’s a fitting farewell for a show that always managed to find hope and heart amidst the chaos.
So did Community get the ending it deserved? That’s up for debate. But what isn’t up for debate is the fact that this show will be missed.
Even though Community didn’t always make sense, the jokes were always on point. It was a show that was referential without being derivative, clever without being try-hard, and boundary-pushing without being unnecessarily crass. In short, it was one of the funniest shows on television. When it ended, many fans were left wondering if the show had truly gotten the send-off it deserved.
The first half of the final season was uneven, to say the least. Many of the storylines felt forced, and the jokes didn’t always land. It seemed like the writers were trying to do too much, and as a result, much of the season fell flat.
Fortunately, the second half of the season redeemed itself. The jokes were sharper, the storylines more focused, and overall it felt like a return to form for the show. While it may not have been the send-off that some fans were hoping for, it was still a satisfying conclusion to one of the best comedies on television.
The Hulu show Community was always about more than paintball or pillow forts. It was about a group of people bound together by their need for connection and support. This is what made the show so special, and what made its conclusion so devastating.
The original Community movie, released in 2015, was a mess. The plot was nonsensical, the humor was forced, and the heart of the show was nowhere to be found. It was a desperately disappointing end to a show that had meant so much to so many people.
Fortunately, the 2017 sequel righted many of the wrongs of the first film. It recaptured the magic of the show, while still telling its own unique story. It was a love letter to the fans, and proof that sometimes Hollywood can get it right.
It’s been almost a decade since the cult classic TV show Community ended, and fans are still debating whether or not the series got the ending it deserved. While some feel that the show’s sixth season was a return to form after a few rocky years, others believe that the series finale was a rushed and unconvincing conclusion to a once-great show.
Whatever your opinion on the matter, there’s no denying that Community was a groundbreaking sitcom that redefined what a TV comedy could be. With its smart writing, complex characters, and willingness to experiment with format and genre, Community was one of the most innovative and boundary-pushing comedies of its time.
So did this groundbreaking show deserve a better ending? It’s impossible to say for sure. But one thing is certain: we’ll be talking about Community for years to come.
When the cult classic TV show Community was cancelled by NBC in 2014, the show’s passionate fanbase mounted a vigorous campaign to save it. Their efforts were successful, and Yahoo Screen picked up the series for a sixth season. But when that season ended in 2015, it was clear that Community’s journey had come to an end.
Or had it? In the years since the show’s finale, rumors of a movie have circulated, with various cast members and creators teasing the possibility. The project seemed to be moving forward when it was announced in 2017 that Sony had picked up the rights to produce a Community movie, with creator Dan Harmon attached to write and direct. But two years later, there’s still no movie and no concrete plans for one. What’s going on?
It’s hard to say. Sony has been tight-lipped about the project, and Harmon has been busy with other projects, including his work on Rick and Morty. There are also financial considerations; while Community was never a ratings juggernaut, it was still a expensive show to produce, thanks in part to its large and talented cast. It’s possible that Sony simply doesn’t see the economic feasibility of a movie.
But whatever the reason for the delay, one thing is clear: the fans are still very much interested in seeing more of their favorite characters on the big screen. And given the loyalty they showed in fighting for the show’s survival, it’s safe to say they would turn out in droves for a Community movie if one ever does happen.
In the years since Community ended, the show has only become more popular. It has developed a cult following among fans who appreciate its clever writing, complex characters, and experimental format. Many of these fans have been clamoring for a movie adaptation, and it seems that they may finally get their wish.
In an interview with Collider, series creator Dan Harmon confirmed that there are plans for a Community movie. He said that he has been in talks with studio executives and is confident that the project will move forward. There is no word yet on when the film would be released or what it would be about, but Harmon said that he has a “perfectly crystalized idea” for it.
This news will come as a relief to fans who were worried that the show would never get the big-screen treatment it deserves. With Harmon on board, there’s no doubt that the movie will be everything we’ve been hoping for.
After watching the film and giving it some thought, I have to say that I was disappointed. I was hoping for a more uplifting ending that would give the characters closure, but instead the film ended on a rather depressing note. Nevertheless, it was still entertaining and I’m glad I saw it.