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Creepy, yes? You will scare plenty of viewers into changing their online passwords.
It speaks to the thing that's all too true in life: the hero of a story might, from a different perspective, really be a villain.
You is very, very good. It's been called "bonkers" but you can take that in a good way.
The show subliminally questions our stance on the fine line between what we consider affection and infatuation. It exposes our information vulnerability...
The lit-world setting makes the story actually funny, and the satire deeply savage.
Addictive yes, but it definitely comes from the type of trashy thriller you would consume in one day by a pool somewhere.
A very addictive thriller that will undoubtedly give us a sinister view of these parties and, at the same time, makes us question whether we have ever been Joe. [Full Review in Spanish]
You's hook is interesting, but it falls apart at times. [Full review in Spanish]
The modern version of a Hitchcock character is enough to pull us slowly into a tornado of lies and deceipt. [Full review in Spanish]
It is pulpy and trashy enough to make it easy to watch despite some eye-rolling plot developments, but with just enough satire - about social media and modern romance - to prod the binge viewers into some reflection.
Audience Reviews for You: Season 1
May 30, 2021You (Season 1) - 10/10. You is a prime example of a show with a scary concept and running it through some extremely well conceived storylines and acting. Penn Badgley portrays the lead character with a Ted Bundy like charisma, and provides a surprisingly really thrilling narration throughout the series. Using the whole obsession of social media and how it affects the way we view people and society, the show is an interesting critique towards that subject. Though its a show about a stalker turned serial murderer who gets fixated over his dream girl, its actually a really brilliant take on how multilayered many people are. Of course Penn's character is the villain, but you get surprised with the other character's motives and personalities. They are characters with grey shades, and not necessarily ones who are super straightforward good people. Also, using NYC as the setting also adds to the darkly comedic cold nature of the show. The city almost acts like a character as well. A great show, and a surprisingly layered thriller series.
May 27, 2021contains the most pathetically unstoppable storyline in the history of the series, it's exactly that moment when the girl stumbles and falls to the ground running from the killer and dies, only that it happens in every episode whenever something that could change the course to an end bad for the villain, it is agonizing as there was not even an effort by the author to tell a story with a consistent narrative, just taken at random, basically frustrating
May 24, 2021A show that blends so much with a thrilling story... It has black comedy, romance, mystery, crime... And all this within a story that never ceases to surprise and marvel you. It truly is one of the best shows I've ever seen. The acting is awesome, as well. It's just so well done! It is dark and intense, and definitely fun and entertaining to watch. The main character, Joe, is one of the best ever TV villains as well.
May 23, 2021First and most importantly: Why does Elizabeth Lail always sound like she just ran a marathon and just can't catch her breath? The plot is predictable. The characters are cardboard. Using tropes as crutches is not the same as satire. A primitive AI could have written this show. Maybe one did. Since it doesn't read well as satire, it just becomes a show about a guy who murders annoying people and becomes obsessed with a girl whose most memorable trait is that she has nice teeth. The most interesting thing about You is that some of the audience wants to be stalked and murdered by Penn Badgley because they like his cheekbones and they saw him on TV. Life imitates art, I suppose.
May 22, 2021The reality is that this season that has left me extremely pleased, since it is not predictable, a lot of suspense, the performance of the protagonists and the cast is excellent. the plot is well done. for me 100 super fresh
May 19, 2021Quite the interesting watch, I must say. I always love a show with the perspective focused on the villain. If you're looking for your psychological obsessive love take, this is the best choice. Joe makes it easy to sympathize with him yet all the more difficult to rationalize why you do.
Apr 25, 2021The series, although comes off as an extended stalker thriller, which it is basically, is also quite intelligent through the journey of Joe Goldberg, his obsession, and why he is obsessive. The series is unpredictable and full of suspense with great pacing and storytelling. Netflix has another winner on their hands with this one.
Apr 12, 2021Please jesus give me season 3 please
Mar 07, 2021It began as different and entertaining, but after a while just became weird and creepy. The ending is disturbing. Personally, I've had enough of celebrating the white man anti-hero, whether it's Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, or this charming psycho in You.
Nov 28, 2020This is such a shallow, dumb show. I'm so surprised about the good reviews. Is this the crap millennials think is good these days? Bleh.