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There's a lot to unpack here, but the bottom line is that Sharp Objects is Interesting.
And beautifully acted.
Forever is entertaining, but a show so centered on surprise needed a stronger ending.
I really like JASON RALPH and the quiet content is nice, but the storytelling is ridiculously inept. I've heard it gets better, but I'm unlikely to continue.
Atlanta is good, it just always seems like less than the sum of its parts. I might have enjoyed it more if I'd known it was never really going to develop its story, or if that first episode hadn't set up so much the series never delivered. Really solid performances, and I loved Darius.
Whishaw and Rampling are terrific but the plot confused me. Worthwhile for the queer text/subtext.
Not as good as the first season overall but worth a watch.
Two pretty great episodes, but I didn't like the third one at all
I really like the comic. To me, there are several things that make it unique - the tone is positive (even when the death toll is surprisingly high), there are a variety of queer characters (even tho some of them are "problematic"), and the series burns through stories at a speed that is unusual today (sometimes at the expense of character development). The only thing that translates to the tv version is the queer content.
The first episode of Runaways is terrific. After that, things slow down and take on a decidedly low-budget feel. Although the characters look like their comic counterparts, they feel watered down. Example: in the comic, Chase is a loudmouth jock with a silly, whole-hearted embrace of life who's smarter than he acts. In the show, Chase is a sullen smart kid who happens to be buff. That's not an improvement.
I normally wouldn't focus so much on comparison, but if Runaways wasn't based on something I liked, there's no way I would have watched the whole series.
On the plus side, the dinosaur is great.
Finally catching up on this. So far... I have some reservations, but Sonequa Martin-Green's obvious relish for her ground-breaking character is Trek as fuck.
Some of it is corny, and some of it is definitely over the top. But it's awfully entertaining and all of the actors kill it.