The paradox of “Bonding” is an underdeveloped story that somehow satisfies, but doesn’t quite stir the pot enough to make you want more. Which, considering it a tv show, creates a missed opportunity. A psychology student Tiff (Zoe Levin) works … Continue reading Bonding (2019) TV Series Review
The groundbreaking anthology series of animated shorts, produced by David Fincher and Tim Miller, is a collection of true gems. Here’s the ranking of all shorts in “Love, Death & Robots”. Netflix knows how to organise your weekend. My weekend … Continue reading Ranking all episodes of “Love, Death & Robots”
Nick Kroll’s Animated series “Big Mouth” offers a brilliant look at the kitschiness of the Lover’s Day in its special episode “Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine”. There are people, who find the ubiquitous presence of red and pink, along with … Continue reading Big Mouth: My Furry Valentine (2019) Will Save Your February Nightmare
A strange blend of British humor, dark crime drama and hothead storytelling, which doesn’t quite deliver what it initially promises. “Safe” in a nutshell.
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“Manhunt: Unabomber” was a great spectacle and it’s a pity that it remained in the depths of Netflix catalogue.
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You got it right. Someone has re-enacted the intro of the Netflix animated series.
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After “Narcos” lost its main antagonist as well as the narrator, many believed that the third season may fall short in comparison with its predecessors.
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“Star Trek: Discovery” has been a hit-or-miss – here’s the five most “prominent” examples of its drawbacks.
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You might be surprised how much of “Mindhunter” is based on facts.
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A small-budget TV series that never manages to find its own pattern – “Flaked” in its first installment should be its final as well.
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