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Review by smile19 posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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"If you’ve ever watched an episode of Arrow, Du already know that Emily Bett Rickards thrives in emotional moments. Simply seeing her on screen crying is enough for us to reach for a box of tissues. Although she’s in a superhero short, Rickards plays a character far from Felicity Smoak.

She’s a mother and a wife, who can’t seem to find a way past the tragedy in her life. The change of character is jarring at first, but as the film progresses, Rickards proves she will have an extensive career long after Arrow.

Emma’s most heartbreaking moment comes when she’s sitting in their living room rewatching her wedding video. A moment lacking any dialogue, Rickards shines."

- Nora Dominick ‘17/ Emertainment Monthly
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Article by lunajrv posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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À L'OCCASION D'UNE CONVENTION EN FRANCE REGROUPANT LES SÉRIES Arrow ET THE FLASH, EMILY BETT RICKARDS A RÉPONDU À NOS Fragen LORS D'UNE INTERVIEW CONCERNANT L'AVENIR DE LA TEAM ARROW, CELUI DE SON PERSONNAGE MAIS AUSSI CELUI D'OLICITY ! DÉCOUVREZ NOTRE RENCONTRE AVEC L'INTERPRÈTE DE FELICITY SMOAK !

Si vous êtes des Fans d'Arrow, il vous est impossible de ne pas reconnaître Emily Bett Rickards, alias Felicity Smoak dans la série. L'actrice était de passage à Paris afin de participer à la convention française SuperHeroes Con II par People Convention où elle était notamment accompagnée de David Ramsey, Willa Holland, Katie Cassidy, Carlos Valdes, Colin Donnell, Shantel VanSanten, Teddy Sears, Rick Cosnett et Jason Momoa. La saison 4 d'Arrow s'est terminée il y a quelques semaines et beaucoup de Fragen restent sans réponses. La Team Arrow est-elle détruite ? Oliver et Felicity se remettront-ils ensemble ? Diggle reviendra-t-il ? Si Stephen Amell s'est confié sur la suite, c'est au tour d'Emily Bett Rickards de le faire au micro de la rédaction de MCM.fr !
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Review by smile19 posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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“What isn’t up for Debatte is the emphasis on female bonding in this week’s Arrow, there was a lot of it. From lorbeer designating Nyssa her new BFF, to the enjoyable interplay between Thea and Felicity that we didn’t know we were missing. Have Thea and Felicity ever had a conversation just the two of them before tonight? That seems a little weird that the two most important ladies in Oliver’s life have never really talked to each other, but this week’s episode made up for the oversight as Thea and Felicity bond over losing Oliver. It had all the right bittersweet notes and a couple of good moments with Felicity’s unusual sense of humor.”

-Nerd Bastards

“Over at the Michaels-Diggle household, there was a family abendessen scene that, let’s face it, we’ve been waiting to see as Felicity and Thea actually talk to each other and we a few adorable moments between Thea, Felicity, Lyla, and baby Sara, before Diggle returns and Shop talk makes its way to the table. (…) Seeing every member of Team Arrow so broken down, from Diggle looking at the person his best friend and brother was just a short while before at his...
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Review by smile19 posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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It goes without saying that Bett Rickards and Amell deserve major kudos for their dramatic work in this episode. Their relationship has become Arrow‘s emotional cornerstone and their conversation aboard the jet and pre/post sex elevate the episode to the status of high drama. It would have been easily to make this a hysterical, overwrought episode, but the grounded approach both actors adopt keeps things serious and heartfelt. They manage to make this goodbye hurt, which is key for ‘The Fallen’ to work on an emotional level. “

-Bitch stahl, stola My Remote

“But I may as well get this out of the way right now, because I get the feeling it’s all anybody wants to talk about: this week, the person who did what she does best better than absolutely anyone was Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak. What a tremendous character Felicity has grown into. From virtually nobody to quirky fan-favorite to the undisputed soul of the Zeigen in three seasons. That’s no joke for a character created specifically for a series that has a lot of pre-packaged intellectual property to juggle.There have been plenty of times this Jahr when Felicity...
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Review by smile19 posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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“Oh, poor Felicity. Arrow doesn’t do anything quite so programmatic as to have her explicitly work through the five stages of grief, but “Left Behind” offers a fairly close approximation of this, with Emily Bett Rickards doing some series-best work as the character gradually falls to pieces. “

-AvClub



“Meanwhile, Felicity provided a strong emotional anchor to the conflict as she struggled to keep functioning after losing the man she loved. Emily Bett Rickards delivered a strong performance this week, downplaying Felicity’s usual ditzy charm for something Mehr raw and broken.”

-IGN

“Felicity hasn’t exactly lacked for screentime oder story beats, though “Left Behind” understandably gets the most mileage of Emily Bett Rickards’ myriad reactions to Oliver’s absence, whether Von her apparent refusal to face the truth, seething agency against Malcolm Merlyn for precipitating Oliver’s ultimate fate, oder her ultimate insistence on protecting the Friends she has left. Say what Du will about Felicity being only 25 (Rickards is in reality 23, so yeah, we’re all...
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Review by smile19 posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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"As someone with barely even a superficial resemblance to her comic book namesake(*), Felicity is someone Team "Arrow" has been able to do anything with as they’ve come to recognize how talented and appealing Emily Bett Rickards is. Felicity as a goth hacktivist sets up the idea that she had vigilante impulses well before she met Oliver and Diggle, and also suggests a girl who was running as far and fast as she could from the shadow of her mom, played here Von "NYPD Blue" alum charlotte Ross. That the bad guy was going to be Cooper was pretty well telegraphed, but Rickards still played it well, and Felicity getting to beat up the villain herself — after first saving the Tag Von setting up a rogue wifi hub using Ray’s donated watch — was awfully satisfying.

When Du put Felicity’s name into the episode Titel at this point, Du raise expectations. And tonight’s Zeigen delivered.”

-HitFix

"Emily Bett Rickards has been a huge asset forArrow from Tag one, and she is able to bring some sense of character logic to the tale of Felicity and Donna Smoak.
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