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Grim and dusty tale around Tom Hardys underworld trades in old fucking London. Death, beyond death, whoring, stealing, killing, lust and mud. In the vein of Penny Dreadful, yet slower and more stylish in a more compelling sense.
As to be expected from Sorrentino, a rude, provoking and stunning smart series about the vatican. Turing it head-up-side-down its naturally very entertaining and plays on the fingertips of surreal things that infact probably almost happens.
Things go further in its slow and broad perspective. A grand scale Reich are in trouble, though superb insight is presented, and rich esthetic in every scene, making it look real and authentic.
Giving us the daily life with salt and pepper with lots of cream on top.
Following in its path, the story continues, but streches far away from its earlier self, suddenly books and fame are long gone, now its psycho-time with schizo/benzo reality. Still good, but honestly somehow roadside.
Incredible seconds season, its all in his mind, the paralell reality Elliot is living, confronting himself with himself. The series really is taken to another level in terms of structure, cleaverness, exploitive thinking. Modern and yet actual on so many points.
Closing in Jackies more and more troubled life, until its exploding!
Its hard to see past the machines and the human worlds at first. But, after a few episodes its starting to set in, the tremendous depth and vision behind the series. The complexed layers are opening up more for us to join in under the skin on the haunted vehicles enduring this unordinary park. From episode to another the greatness unfolds, suddenly only our imagination set the limit for what to come.
The most influential TV-show ever made. It has everything, mystique, great characters, thrills, comedy, weirdness, magic, surrealism, action, and endless style put together in a world between another world. There are so many great characters, were they have been using real grown men, with pondus and strenght. The womens, are nearly all beautiful and yet very charismatic. Agent Cooper, a wildcard FBI agent with enormous taste for fresh hot coffee and donuts combing spirituals and unusual methods to obtain the key clues to the mysteries unfolding. A connection to the Black Lodge grows, and finally reveals itself, abhorrent surreal magic caught between love and fear, between two worlds.
Totally brilliant. The returning war-hero is facing nothing but hostility and none and nothing of working opportunities. Trying to do right, ending up in debt with the wrong guys, the gameplan is set. Fierce action when needed, mind twisting when flashback from nam enters.
Edie Falco as a addictive nurse in the ICU. Living a problematic life at all fronts. Swept in chaos and darkness, she somewhat escapes the black hole.
Yeah, its finally over..., All the problems, all the crazy stupid criminal "Boston-Irish" clean up activity in the world sewer capital, Los Angeles. Exhausted out of live, his family and the ever growing problems, just slipping into his aura, whereever he goes. Desperate to turn his alcoholic liver into healthier ground, he is turning to god, even if he dont really care about that, as to anything else. Nothing else, than nothing matters.
Netflix is finger-lingering with everything that is trendy, the retro 80s touch with the sexy electronica-era. Cooking up a stew based on E.T., The Terminator, Twin Peaks and the Matrix, combining it with a crunchy scary adventure, really hitting the spot. A group of nerdy kids playing with the darkest of demons, suddenly the small-time-community are possessed with the supernatura and mystical evil dimension.
HBO in a class of its own, tuning this adopted series from "Criminal Justice (BBC)" into a americanised crime story, dealing with a interesting plot, race, class, justice-system, jail, and irritated skin. It all starts of in a most addictive way, were you really are hungering for the next episode badly week by week. Though midways, characters envolve and unfolds in all kinds of directions, making in a lot more complexed.
Grimness of no suspense. Gothic and dark like the industrial London underground, undead forces bewilling to flung thy circulated blood from a far. Miss Vanessa Ises, beauty queen of the haunted spirits, bewildering herself into the extravaganze museum of rare animals, bonefragmental horror. Ethan Hunt set on a journey through his homeland, clearing up his past of evil and misery. The horror may stand intact, the uncontrolled evils shows yet a strength level that is impossible to match, all defiled in the dark, hidden from the living pestilence.
A somewhat realistic approach to the infamous OJ Simpons case in 94. A case with clear evidence is tucked into a fight for racism and LAPD violence towards the afro-american people. A interesting and entertaining series, were its really starts cooking on episode 6 and boils massively until the last episode. A media trial blown out of proportions.
Seasons continues on the great season five. Lots of answer are given and things really starts to be set in motion.
Problems as far as the eye can see, everyone character in the set has something going on, it's necessary for the fire department to work 24/7. Saying this, it's the most interesting and entertaining season yet, with both Katie Holmes and Ian McShane giving it quite some extra..
Getting into more and more problem as we get involved in problems in every cell of the family. Ray is unstable, so is everything else.