Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)
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Absolutely brilliant series! I sincerely hope there's additional series'
perfect, so intensse
Although the plotting is pedestrian, since it's sticking close to the actual facts, and the acting is somewhat wooden, owing to the fact that the principals are federal cops--something that gives it a faint whiff of the old Dragnet series--I mean the original one--there's something strongly compelling here, something that you can't not watch. Although numerous mistakes are made in detail and dialog, the period-set piece captures much of the ambiance of the time. Like a lot of vehicles, though, they need to hire someone to read over a script and discover what was said in a given period and what was not.
Season 2 continues the excellence of the show!! Thrilling. Chilling. Unsettling. Truly one the best things Netflix has ever produced.
The narrator ruins it for me. Her voice seems superficial and phony.
literally one of my favorite shows of all time. A gripping masterpiece
Season 2 was a colossal disappointment. Hard to overstate how big a drop off the second season was. Where S1 was inventive and interesting, S2 was rote and boring, with a script lacking any energy. The plot went nowhere, with FBI agents dropping in and out of Atlanta with no effect on the events there.
Very entertaining and enthralling, I could not get away from the TV after a couple of episodes.
Season 2 was not the same show. Season 1 was primarily about the creation of serial killer profiling while the second season is primarily about internationality. Black people aren't treated as well as white people and lesbians aren't socially excepted and oh yeah, there's some serial killers... I really hope that these shows can stop with the inter sectional BS.
Loved this season better than the first!