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Packages real-world terrors in a fashion that at once confronts them honestly and contextualizes them in a way that's friendly for young teen viewers.
"Sweet Tooth" may not offer a full meal, but sometimes all you need is a good piece of chocolate.
The performances are strong throughout -- Anozie is particularly remarkable -- but it's the consistently inventive writing and robust filmmaking that makes the project stand out.
Sweet Tooth is especially compelling as many of us move toward some form of post-pandemic normalcy, raising questions about what new world awaits us after such tremendous, collective loss.
There is a great deal of jeopardy along the way, but the scenes always come back to something reassuring, and there is no gore.
After so many months without leaving home for fear of the virus, watching Sweet Tooth could be a good idea: it is a loving hug that rests on ideas about tolerance, solidarity and empathy. [Full Review in Spanish]
Sweet Tooth presents a terrifying and desperate situation without this closing the possibility of a bright future. [Full Review in Spanish]
My heart had sunk: not another dystopia/fantasy/gothic kids' tale gussied up to con adults into watching two-and-a-bit episodes? But it's really rather lovely.
Sweet Tooth is an earnest adaptation elevated by strong characters, inspired performances, and the promise of more answers - and more questions - in its inevitable sophomore season.
The series perfectly demonstrates how to tell several parallel stories and at the same time build a mythology around a cataclysmic event. [Full review in Spanish]
Its anchored by a terrific performance from Convery, who infuses Gus with childlike wonder and a deep well of empathy. Anozie also shines as Jep, and the series does a great job of toeing the line between being sweet and cynical.
Sweet Tooth brings something strange and heartfelt to the ongoing slew of apocalyptic stories hitting the big and small screens... an excellent fantasy about facing a world suddenly changing in ways where one catastrophe impacts every facet of life.
Audience Reviews for Sweet Tooth: Season 1
4h agoA lot of the characters are dumb and annoying, i know this is a family show but that's no excuse. Very slow pace and boring at times. It has its good things, the world building is fine, i don't doubt some people are going to love it. Decent background show.
7h agoThe art direction, costume/makeup design and color work on this film is impeccable.
9h agoEasy to watch. It has some elements of Game of Thrones but in PG form. Entertaining tale, well-told but I do feel they ended season 1 rather abruptly.
10h agoSensitive and captivating. Great acting direction.
11h agoThe series frames a scenario not far from reality, as it shows us the fear of humanity and its reaction to a world hit by a pandemic, in turn reflecting how many times humanity is the true monster because of its fear of The unknown. The series also shows us the other side of the coin, one full of hope, goodness and innocence. A perfect and dreamlike combination, for me the best series of 2021.
12h agoGreat acting and terrific adapted screenplay.
12h agoUna historia visual y narrativamente interesante.
13h agoSlow developing and frustrating characters who continue to do things that put them in peril - similar to a horror movie where you just yell at the screen - "Don't open the door!" Caveat is that I knew nothing of this series other than the recommendation to watch it . I am afraid we are all so desperate for something to watch, when something is good (this is good) we overrate it as other shows are so poor.
16h agoWow, an amazing adaptation of a great comic series.
18h agoTO NETFLIX: Keep this up. Make season 2. "Sweet Tooth" season 1 is beautifully put together and very engaging. The finale blew me away. I can't wait for season 2.