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3rd Rock From the Sun remains almost on par with the first season with the comedy. The characters are still very good, but there are a few3rd Rock From the Sun remains almost on par with the first season with the comedy. The characters are still very good, but there are a few episodes that stand out more than the others. The show holds the tradition as well as keeping its originality throughout the season. I also enjoyed the path the crew appeared to be taking into season 3 which I will be checking out soon.… Full Review »
American Dad is not as consistently funny as Seth MacFarlane's other television show Family Guy but it does offer a handful of good moments.American Dad is not as consistently funny as Seth MacFarlane's other television show Family Guy but it does offer a handful of good moments. The show is just not as consistently funny in this first season. There are some obvious similarities between the American Dad characters and the Family Guy characters and sadly the American Dad characters are no where near as funny. Stan stands out as the funniest characters by far and the only one that is comparable to the Family Guy ensemble. The storylines are somewhat original but they are not intriguing enough to keep your attention. I've heard the show gets more of an identity later on so if I continue to poke away at this show on Netflix I may get some enjoyment out of it.… Full Review »
A homage to the 40's detective film noir era and a series with an engaging storyline and great characters.
From the major characters ofA homage to the 40's detective film noir era and a series with an engaging storyline and great characters.
From the major characters of Jessica Jones and Killgrave, to the minor, Malcolm and Jeri, the series presents complex characters with complex motivations. Each character in the series also undergoes complex character development that engages the audience and makes each character much more human. The complexity of Jessica and Killgrave, as well as the intensity of the scenes between the two (supported by the amazing acting of Krysten Ritter and David Tennant), immediately captured my attention. Jessica and Killgrave show a complexity that is hard to capture within 13 episodes, however, this series has done it perfectly.
The portrayal of Jessica's PTSD and her feelings (mainly of hatred) towards Killgrave was another stunning aspect of the series. Her flashbacks in the first few episodes, as well as the portrayal of her PTSD was executed extremely well, both by Krysten Ritter, the director, and the writers.
Jessica Jones perfects the mix between the genres of 40's detective film noir, a superhero story, a psychological thriller, and an high intensity drama. I hope for further seasons, and applaud the Jessica Jones team for producing an engaging series that captured me from the first few episodes.… Full Review »
Esta temporada trae muchos sucesos interesantes, pero deja deseando que fueran mas... Orgánicos por así decirlo. Los sucesos son interesantesEsta temporada trae muchos sucesos interesantes, pero deja deseando que fueran mas... Orgánicos por así decirlo. Los sucesos son interesantes desde casi toda perspectiva, pero no los hacen moverse de una forma, mejor la forma en la que se esperaría. Los personajes no responden con grandes impresiones a acontecimientos fuertes, y aveces no ponen atención a algo que deseas que exploren. Pero aun así, no puedo negar que me gusto. 08/10… Full Review »
This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. I loved "Freaks", but this installment lacked a real story and character building. It was all style and no content. AND GRATUITOUSLY GROSS. Spoiler Alert: Innocent gay guy gets raped with a sharp metal **** within the first 30 minutes and dies screaming while another female character softly orders him to tell her he loves her. That's just ONE scene. The hour is packed with them and there is no rhyme or reason. They should use that **** on the writer for wasting the time of the audience and the actors on this show.… Full Review »