Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Terrific interviews, great comedy. Norm's buddy/sidekick leaves something to be desired but overall I love the show. Norm's humor is always sharp and witty and I've enjoyed each guest with the exception of Fonda, I refuse to listen to that woman say or do anything, even Norm can't get me to pay attention to her.
Focusing on several different people during one night of the Purge, this series is simply more of the same from the films. Mostly just an excuse to hate on conservatives and religion. If that is your thing you'll probably enjoy this series but I recommend giving it a pass
A vulgar and uninteresting look into daily life of Latino's in East Los Angeles. Filled with raunchy sex, vulgarity and SJW propaganda
A young man with emotional problems spends his days working for a large corporation as a computer programmer but finds himself involved with anarchist hackers who want him to work with them to bring down the very people he works for. The main actor, Rami Malek, is boring and stoic in his performance. Christian Slater is engrossing and is honestly the only reason I watched the show in the first place but he's scarcely in each episode. Two or three episodes into the first season it becomes painfully obvious that the creators of the show are 'borrowing' heavily from the film Fight Club and it gives me a headache, that coupled with the disgusting sex scenes made me quit watching and I will not follow up with the following seasons.
Terrific season, great performances from Lange and Sarandon. I hope season two features another great combo
Bad jokes and offensive drug and alcohol humor featuring two people who haven't been relevant in over fifteen years.