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Which one of the following episodes with more extraordinary animation than the usual remains your favorite?
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Which live action remake is the best?
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Which one is the best of the Spain series that Netflix has produced?
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Jordan Peele debut as a Director in 2017 with the critically-acclaimed movie "Get Out" and this year he directed "Us" another beloved movie.
Ari Aster debut as a movie director in the last year with another critically-acclaimed movie "Hereditary" and this year he brought us "Midsommar" a movie also loved for the critics.
Both directors have impressed the audience. Some worship them and others despise them. But we can't deny that both directors are relatively good with the impressive visuals and the way they narrate their remarkable stories.
Which one of these directors is your favorite?
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Which one of the shows from Netflix in Spanish is your favorite?
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I'm not racist but "BlacKkKlansman" c'mon.
I was expecting something good when I decided to regard this film. The plot is really appealing but the movie is so slow and doesn't develop in an compelling way.
I enjoy Adam Driver's acting so much. He's the highlight of the movie in my opinion. But John David Washington felt flat for me. His character was boring and the actor didn't have enough charisma to make it better.
I didn't feel like there was something at risk most of the time. I have watched some reviews that said they invented much stuff of the real events. I wish they added some action to make it more interesting.
I'm giving it some starts for Adam Driver and the scene where he is almost interrogated about being Jewish. That's the best scene in the entire movie.
The Irishman (2019)
What's the point of "The Irishman"?
Martin Scorsese is beloved for many people in the community. I'm not one of them. I watch the movie without thinking a lot of who direct that movie. I want to enjoy of the production like the final product, then I would care about who participate in his creation. But this time, it was impossible to not know who make this movie. Everybody was talking about who made "The Irishman" because it seems like Martin Scorsese is a recognize director. I haven't watched any of his movies and after watching "The Irishman" I don't want to neither.
Martin Scorsese was the man who said the Marvel Movies weren't cine. So after the hype of this movie, I was expecting to see what cine really is. I was disappointed.
The Irishman is a very well-made movie. It has good shots, great acting and good CGI to make his cast look younger. That's all the compliments I could give to this movie.
The story in the Irishman is just boring. It seems like it will be something good and full of twists and emotions, that it will be a wild ride but I wasn't really moved for anything. This movie is so long, and it doesn't feel like it should have last that much. I didn't feel entertained. I was all the time expecting for this film to end because I never felt like it was going somewhere.
I know Marvel movies aren't artistic or pretentious enough, but not a single person watch Marvel features with an intention to watch the next masterpiece of the decade. People watch Marvel flicks because they know they are going to be entertained. Even though their films are predictable and they don't risk a lot, they are entertaining. You watch Marvel movies because it doesn't pretend to be something that is not. "The Irishman" pretends to be a masterpiece, art and one of the most amazing movies in the world. But you need to be entertaining too.
The Good Place: The Answer (2019)
This season has been a ride for "The Answer"
I was excited to watch this season, but I wasn't so excited to follow every episode weekly so I waited for the first half of the show to premiere and then watch it. Now I've watched these episodes, and I came to the conclusion that this first half has been a wild ride. The first three episodes are funny but they are still trying being very emotional. At least this time they have a appropriate balance between emotion and comedy.
Then the following 4 episodes (4X04 - 4X07) are hilarious. They go back to the first season kind of humor with torturing the characters with unique twists and also they have a little bit of the season 2 with the travelling to the bad place in a mission. These four episodes are my favorite of the season so far.
Then we have the episode eight. It's totally different than the first 7 episodes but it's so good because it shows how far they come and it causes you realize that this show is ending in a couple of episodes. Also, the twists in this episode are awesome, and this should have been the last episode before the winter break. Why? "The answer" was a filler/Character development episode. That doesn't mean it's a bad episode. It's genuinely great because we understand Chidi as a character and how far his journey has gone. But this episode doesn't have anything new to the main plot except for Chidi getting all his memories back.
The conclusion is that this first half is as good as the first and second season. They promise us that in the last 5 episodes left we will be watching the finale of the show and it is going to be something big. Because this time is a fight for humanity.
You Don't Need "13 Reasons Why" You Would Hate/Love Season 3/4
Season 3 is a wild card. This season manages to be so much better than season 2 but still worse than season 1. But how is it better and worse at the same time?
This season brings back the mystery of the first season. The first season we had the mystery of why Hanna Baker (Katherine Langford) killed herself. Now is who killed Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice). The mystery is great because every single character has a reason to kill Bryce. He used to be an awful person who makes many hurt to people. This mystery is the main reason why this season is almost good and easy to binge watch.
The problem is a very few of them but they are very strong problems. Ani Achola (Grace Saif) as a narrator is a bad narrator. She is in an interview with the sheriff who is in charge of the investigation of Bryce's death. So most of what Ani narrates is a lie, she's just making up a story to protect Clay (Dylan Minnette). So, we pass from a good narrator as Hanna in the first season, messy narrators in the second season and an unreliable narrator in the third season. Obviously the show is getting worse in that aspect.
The amount of filler is the second problem of the season. This show shouldn't have 13 episodes per season. That's bad for it. It has many sub plots that want to open the discussion for different topics as immigration, steroids, hiring prostitutes and drug dealing. I mean, this show has so much filler that you could just make 7 or 8 episodes with the main theme of the season.
And last but not least. This show doesn't recognize what his message is. They repeatedly espouse justice for the victims but this season ends in a way that it's so awful. They don't care about the victim anymore. Because now for you to have justice, you have to be a good person and never make a mistake that hurts somebody.
I don't know how they are going to make a good or at least decent season 4 but I will continue watching. I mean, I already watch the awful season 2. How can it be terriblest?
13 Reasons Why: Bye (2018)
You Don't Need "13 Reasons Why" You Would Hate Season 2/4
I wasn't extremely excited for a second season of "13 reasons why" until I remember that it was very likely to have a school shooting as main plot. But I was mistaken. The main plot of the season was the trail of Ms. Baker against the school. A fight that was lost from the beginning but okay, let's cope with that.
Hanna Baker was a great narrator for the first season but since she's dead and the writers didn't want to pull a "Desperate Housewives", they decide to make every character that goes to testify narrates the episode. This brings many conflicting points of view to what happened to Hanna. This might be something good, but the show starts messing up the image that we had from Hanna in S1. They create a new relationship of Hanna with Zach that completely destroys the episode seven of the first season. And the most unforgivable sin of all, they try to make us believe that Hanna and Bryce dated.
The second season was a total mess. In addition, nothing really happens. If you compare this season with the previous one, you will see that characters almost end up in the same place if it wasn't for the last episode of the season (that it was bad too). The shooting that they kind of promised us... Spoiler... DON'T HAPPEN. I DESPISE THAT. This season manages to be worse than the first season in so many ways, that's my conclusion.
13 Reasons Why: Tape 7, Side A (2017)
You Don't Need "13 Reasons Why" You Would Hate/Love This Show - Season 1/4
"13 Reasons why" was a huge success when the first season premiered. The plot was so catching, and the promos were fantastic. Also, Selena Gomez as a producer was something exciting. The first season receives mixed responses. It was something you would hate it, or you love it and I love it.
I watch the whole season in my 18th birthday. It was the first show that I binge-watch in Netflix. I love the plot because I love the fact that this show makes a major highlight in depression, rape and suicide. The show develops his plot in a way that makes you feel like its always advancing and they all act like the mystery of the show is so big that never lets you go.
But after a couple of months I recognize something. This show is mediocre and terrible. I mean, I still love season 1 because what it means to me, like I said the highlight on suicide because I was a depressed teenager. But that doesn't justify how bad the show treats this theme. Hanna doesn't seem to suffer from depression until the last two episodes and his suicide feels more like revenge for the way she does things.
The show is really slow paced and most of the episodes are fillers and the only thing that develops in every episode is the tapes and some of them are so short that they could have share just one episode. But they want it to produce one episode per tape, terrible decision and even worse to keep going with 13 episodes per season in the following seasons.
My conclusion is that this show makes you feel like there's a lot going on and it has so much meaning behind it but the truth is this show has a bad developing and even worse character development.
"The Good Place Presents: The Selection" is good filler
The bad place has always been an interesting place for the viewers of the show. In this web series, we watch a group of demons talk about who they are going to choose for the project of our leading characters in the last season.
But the truth is... This web series is just filler. The only thing that this show brought to the show is vague descriptions of places and how demons talk. It isn't even totally descriptive with the process of selection of the subjects for the project. They just show us how they come up with the plan of using people who will get the worst of our characters.
Also, they show us how Shawn mistreats Glenn, something that will be useful for the last season.
The Boys (2019)
A wild ride with "The Boys"
"The Boys" is one of the most amazing superhero shows right now. It has all the gore (and more) of Deadpool but all the social commentary of the modern world. I enter the show with a strange premise; I thought this show was about a group who stop corrupt superheroes. But it's actually vastly different. "The Boys" is essentially about a world where "Vought" manages to make superheroes as rentable as they can be.
Our leading characters are a group that we will see unit forces to discover the dirty secrets and some evidence of the dark side of the most beloved superheroes of this universe, "The Sevens."
This adventure is full of social commentary as I already said. You can compare the corrupt world of superheroes with many different aspects of our world. From politics, corporations, religion and show business, this show is a critic of our world, the way some people or companies try to maintain a clean image even though they make grave mistakes and sometimes they are as***les. This show succeeds with his social commentary.
The gore is there and it's moderately good. This show has much blood and action and that makes it better. The pacing sometimes feels slow because it's trying exposing the way this universe works but it is stills a good show. The characters are all likeable and the villains are genuinely interesting.
From the concept to the execution, "The Boys" is almost a masterpiece of 2019.
The Good Place: Pandemonium (2019)
Pretending everything is alright is "The Good Place" S 3/4
I wasn't so excited about season three of "The Good Place" for one reason. We start once more. Season 1 ends with a reset in our leading characters' minds, and then season 2 ends at the exact same way. I thought this wasn't so good because it resets all the character development in every character that we love.
But the first part of the season was moderately good, at least the first two episodes. Then it lacks a little bit of direction with so many different adventures and making drama a little bit more the focus of the show. The comedy it becomes a minor part of the show and that might be a problem for some people. But if you can pass over the episodes without a clear direction, you will find yourself in a good last episode with some revelations.
This season is additionally a bridge to the next season that it seems pretty promising. Also, it will be the last season, but I'm not ready to say goodbye.
The Good Place: Somewhere Else (2018)
Pretending everything is alright is "The Good Place" S 2/4
Everything stars great in season 2. The revelation of the last season isn't a secret anymore and now Michael has to accept he can't outsmart Eleanor (or Jason). So we will see a whole different adventure with new revelations.
This season is as good as the first season because it has direction. I mean, the first part of the season is still a sitcom as the first season with the characters trying to cope with their new reality. The last 4 episodes are a whole different adventure from the first season, expanding the awesome universe of the afterlife that this show has. The humor this season is so dark and it takes you to places that you didn't think you will go in the show.
This season is more emotional in his last episodes, and the character development is so awesome. But you will understand how this show works by the season finale that it's almost as good as the first season but without the epic twist that the first season have.
In conclusion, season 2 of The Good Place is an excellent season with a good balance between comedy and drama.
The Good Place (2016)
Pretending everything is alright is "The Good Place" Season 1/4
I enter "The Good Place" without knowing a lot about the show. I thought it was a simple comedy but the good place is actually an evolution in your typical sitcom. Let's start with the first season that so far has been the best. Let me advise you why in three reasons.
1.The plot. Eleanor (Kristen Bell) doesn't belong to the good place, so with help of her soulmate Chidi (William Harper) she's going to learn how to be good to remain in the good place. It is simple but it's extremely effective. The plot is always moving forward with the perfect balance of comedy and story. Every situation in the plot is hilarious, and it will entertain you for a while.
2.The Characters. Every single character is hilarious. The chemistry between every character is awesome. Even though we are in the good place, our characters have their flaws and that makes them funny. With the past of the episodes, we will see the evolution in our characters.
3.The ending. The season finale of the first season is completely awesome. One of the most amazing season finales in the world just because a twist will make you gag.
You should watch "The Good Place" purely because is a Kristen Bell sitcom without laugh tracks and a lot of philosophy and morals.
Haters Back Off! (2016)
"Haters Back Off" because you will hate how bad this show is.
I enter the show without knowing a lot about Miranda Sings. I merely knew that this show was renewed for a second season and it was from a youtuber. As a follower of YouTube, I was expecting something good. Deplorably I was mistaken.
Everything wrong with "Haters Back Off" starts with his leading character. Miranda Sings is annoying as hell, she's unfunny and she's a horrible person. I know many shows have annoying characters as their leading characters but at least they have redeemable qualities. Something Miranda Sings lacks.
Sometimes, the leading characters are bad and annoying but the supporting characters react in a funny way and they add the comedy like Victorious, Tori is annoying but the rest of the cast is so funny that you don't even notice that. Or Club de Cuervos, Chava is annoying but the way another character interact with him, makes him a better character.
Here in "Haters Back Off" the mother is depressing. The sister is mistreated. The uncle is as crazy as the main character and the guy who is in love with her is dumb. Not a single character makes the jokes land. I feel depressed about the secondary characters. The season finale of the first season it's so good because is a combined drama that produces you feel hope for an improvement in season 2. But everything goes back at the status quo pretty easy.
This show is a sitcom with more focus on the drama but not a good drama and with almost no jokes.
Prayers for Bobby (2009)
The example of a good LGBT movie is "Prayers for Bobby"
"Prayers for Bobby" is a LGBT classic. Why? The answer is simple. Is a heartwarming story, something so real because it's based on real events. Being gay has never been easy, but 10 years ago (2009), it was even worst. The LGBT representation in media wasn't as big as today. Being gay was still something considered bad.
"Prayers for Bobby" show us exactly that. Bobby is a young gay man with a religious family who won't accept his sexuality. This will make Bobby perceive the world as a hopeless place and this eventually will lead to suicide. Finally revealing that this movie isn't exactly about Bobby and how hard is to be gay in a world that doesn't accept you.
This movie is about his mother who will be discovering new perspectives of homosexuality and that way discovering how wrong she was with her judgment to Bobby. This is when the movie makes you feel heartbroken. This movie will make you feel empathy towards Mary Griffith. Every family should watch this movie to understand that a child needs to grow in a place of acceptance and love.
The acting is on point from every side of the story, and it has a good quality to be a TV movie.
Alex Strangelove (2018)
A Bad Ending Ruins "Alex Strangelove"
I wasn't hoping a lot from "Alex Strangelove" for two reasons. It was a Netflix Original, and I watch "Love, Simon" and I didn't like it. But I still give it a try because this movie looks like a little bit more comedy than drama.
That was the case for the first half of the movie. The jokes are hilarious, they aren't mature but it's humorous. It's your typical teen comedy with sex and some foolish jokes. It's entertaining and excellent. When we finally get to the LGBT part of the movie, I feel relief. The chemistry between Alex (Daniel Doheny) and Elliot (Antonio Marziale) is perfect, and you want them together since their first scene.
The problem comes in the third act of the movie where everything becomes very dramatic, and the end feels rushed. Like they didn't work that much in that part of the movie so they merely want it to end. It's sad because I was so excited for a satisfactory ending. It's just a cliché ending like any other.
Love, Simon (2018)
I don't "Love, Simon"
"Love, Simon" was the queer movie I was most excited to see in 2018. The cast was pretty decent, and the trailer is very funny. Also, the plot seems fascinating. So at the first chance that I have, I watched the movie and am just going to say that I was disappointed.
The leading character has the looks but not the charm. I'm gay, but I couldn't relate to him in any single way. He makes unkind things to his friends to hide a secret, I know, being gay isn't something easy to accept but he doesn't seem to be in an environment where he could be judge by that. His family is so charming, and his friends are so open-minded and still he makes bad decisions that hurt some friends.
The main plot of the movie is keeping his sexuality as a secret and finding who blue is. I already declared why I didn't enjoy the first part of the plot. But the second part, finding who blue is, is indeed worst. He falls in love with every single guy who he suspects is "Blue" and that kills the romance. At the end when Blue is ultimately revealed, I didn't feel anything for them. It wasn't chemistry.
In conclusion, "Love, Simon" is a movie that shines because is a gay-friendly movie but it's so overrated and that makes me hate it more. The leading character is boring and the plot doesn't support him.
Swamp Thing (2019)
Why would they cancel something as good as the "Swamp Thing"?
When "Swamp Thing" was announced, I was prepared to watch Crystal Reed in a supernatural show. But sadly, this show was cancelled with just one episode out. I knew this before I watch the whole show in a week and only have one thing to say.
I LOVE IT. "Swamp Thing" is not about a team; it is more about a duo between Abby (Crystal Reed) and the swamp thing (Derek Mears) fighting again the evil in the swamp and the people who keeps damaging it.
"Swamp Thing" is darker than "Titans" but as good in developing character as "Doom Patrol." This show is entertaining and full of twists. The problem is the this show was cancelled after his premiere so obviously it has a cliffhanger and it promised a so much better season 2 that probably will never arrive.
Doom Patrol (2019)
What a good first impression "Doom Patrol"
When "Doom Patrol" was announced, I wasn't so excited because Titans turns out to be more filler than story. But the cast (Especially Matt Bomer and Diane Guerrero) were stunning. So I have to give it a chance. And allow me to tell you something, Doom Patrol is a little bit better than Titans. Allow me to explain myself.
Doom Patrol is undoubtedly a team up story. There's a balance in the leading characters importance every episode. I mean, of course, some episodes are more about one character than other but not character is more important than other. For example, there's a whole episode center in Jane and Cliff but then the following episode is completely center in Rita, Vic and Larry.
This show develops his leading team (and Niles and the villain) more than any other supporting character. Because every supporting character is there to do what he is supposed to do, support the story and deliver some conflict. Yes, there's some world building in this show but it works to give it some complexity to the characters and to develop the story. Every single aspect in this show is there to develop the plot forward, even if it's just a little.
There isn't so much filler. I might say Doom Patrol is an example that you can make a good show with complex characters with a good distribution of time for every character. It's funny, savage and dark. Everything you require from a DC show.
Titans: Dick Grayson (2018)
The first season of "Titans" was all about "Dick Grayson"
I got a lot of problems with the first season of "Titans" because the show has so much potential but it's going to waste with the filler episodes. Allow me to explain myself.
The plot of the first season is as simple as it can be. Robin, Kory and Gar need to protect Rachel from a dark organization that wants to use her to bring his evil father back to live. But if you watch the twelve episodes of the first season, you probably see that most of the episodes are about Dick Grayson trying to change and left his past as Robin behind.
And if you disagree let me tell which episodes are about Dick more than the actual plot. 1x01 shows us how Dick is trying to find his own way. 1x02 shows us a couple of friends who are trying to leave his superhero era behind and they were friends. 1x03 is about the team... but it has a lot of flashbacks of Dick's past. 1x06 is about Dick and the new Robin in a mission to save friends from Dick's past. 1x08 is mostly about Dick and an old friend. And 1x11 is all in Dick's mind into a future where he is fighting for not becoming evil. Episodes 1x09 and 1x04 are filler episodes because they focus on characters that aren't important to the main plot, also, this episode 1x11 is a filler episode that doesn't bring anything important to the plot until the las 2 minutes.
So... 6/11 episode is all about Dick's past and present. 3/11 episode is filler. 3/11 episode is about the actual Titans united to do something for the plot. So my point is. This last episode shows how awful the developing of the show was. The last episode is a filler episode that doesn't bring anything to the show except for tons of fan service.
Sacrificing story for "Titans"
To celebrate the "Titans" has been renewed for a third season and giving the fact that is going to take me a while to watch the second season. I'm going to give my opinion of the first season of the show.
I was expecting a train wreck when "TITANS" was announced. But I was surprised with a good story in the first episode. Then the second episode came, it was weird. The third episode was better but then the episode 4 represent a pilot for Doom Patrol. Then the episode 5 was good again... Then another episode that weirds me out. This show endures a hell of a ride full of introductions.
Allow me to tell you why I mean by summarizing every episode. Not major spoilers but some spoilers ahead.
Episode 1- Introducing our four characters, mainly Robin and Raven and establishing the plot.Episode 2- Introducing Hawk and Dove, they help Robin and Raven but then something happens and we don't see them again until episode 9. Episode 3- Kory (Starfire) finally joins Robin and Raven's adventure. Episode 4 - Gar (Beast Boy) joins the adventure and we met the Doom Patrol who will have a Spin-off after this episode. Episode 5 - The first episode that the team feels like one. Episode 6 - Introducing Jason Todd. Episode 7- The second and probably last time they feel like a team in the season. Episode 8 - Introducing Donna Troy. Episode 9 - Introducing Hank and Dawn A.K.A. Hawk and Dove backstory. Episode 10 - Kory discovers the truth about her. Episode 11 - An excuse to include Batman on the show.
Conclusion: This first season is so mediocre. The story only last 5 episodes without all the episode they spent introducing characters. This season feels like it's trying establishing the world for the show. So it sacrifices many the story to introduce too many characters. At least succeeding at remains an entertaining show.
A Sitcom with a lack of good jokes. That's "Dickinson"
Some might say,"What are you declaring? Dickinson is not a Sitcom" well; you are wrong. Dickinson is a Sitcom. Over here are some evidence.
-An episode where the protagonist makes a party once their fathers are away and everything gets crazy.
-An episode where the leading character meets his hero but it isn't what she believes he is.
-What about the episode where the leading character fakes an illness and people get so worried that they revealed their secrets because they think that person is going to die.
-What about that other episode where the leading character dressed up as something to be able to approach into one place she shouldn't go.
Many clichés of the sitcom are in this show. But many of their jokes aren't capable. The truth is I laughed the same times that I cry, ONE TIME. This show fails as a good comedy and a really dramatic show.
As a period show is also unaccurate. I mean, it's pretty accurate with the sexism, locations and dressing. But the way people talk or how fast they seem to accept queerness, it's pretty modern in that aspect.
The only pleasing things about this show are the visual quality, the acting because Hailee Steinfeld is a stunning actress and the rest of the cast is pretty good too, and last but not least, it's a good show to know some poetry of Emily Dickinson.
Let It Snow (2019)
No need to watch it, "Let it snow"
Netflix just makes a teen Rom-Com for Christmas, like the usual. This time is one of those movies that have many stories that eventually will wrap up at the end.
That's it. There's nothing else. This movie doesn't bring up anything to the table. Is just a bunch of stories you already know how are going to end but the leading characters are played by some real stars for teens. Like Isabella Merced who plays Dora in "Dora and the Lost City", or Mitchell Hope who plays Ben in "Descendants", or Kiernan Shipka who plays Sabrina in "Chilling adventures of Sabrina", or Jacob Batalon who plays Ned Leeds in "Spider-Man: Far From Home"and Liv Hewson who plays Abby Hammond in"Santa Clarita Diet" I don't know how many teens have watched that show but they are big stars for teens for Netflix.
That is the exclusive thing "Let it snow" has to offer. A talented cast in a predictable generic movie for Christmas.
Before I Go to Sleep (2014)
Luckily I didn't watch this "Before I Go to Sleep"
Foremost, I was entertained by this movie. It isn't a disaster but it's not as good as I expected to be. Nicole Kidman is the highlight of the movie. She shows again she is a great actress and Colin Firth is a great co-star. They both are the best part of the movie because they are extraordinary actors. But the pacing in the story is so slow that you don't get caught up until the second half of the film.
Moreover, the movie feels so cold, I mean, visually is boring, it isn't something extraordinary. It seems like a TV film. It's so boring that most of the time you feel like this is not moving on. I almost got sleep.
The twist is very good, and the final fight makes it worthy at the end.
The "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" are Dark.
Everybody was weird out for the new adaptation of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" because the tone was darker and dramatic than the previous show with the identical character that was pretty much goofy. But this new show stands alone because it is so much different than the other show and it's based on a different comic book.
This modern version of Sabrina is Dark. The witchcraft is totally related to Satanism. The devil is also a character on the show, and it's hot but I don't go to spoil something else about that.
The first part of the show is reasonably decent. The world of Sabrina is divided in two: The human and the witch world. When the show focuses on the witch world, is when it shines. The witchcraft in "Chilling adventures of Sabrina" is awesome. The plot is entertaining and full of magical and dark twists. Meanwhile, the world of humans is kind of boring with the cliché problems that this kind of show will have and lots of commentary about sexism because you know, feminism. It practically feels like the mortal world is just there to have a problematic in Sabrina's world.
The second part is so much better, most of it. The beginning set us a different problematic for Sabrina, and the wicked plan of the villains of the show is revealed so we have some sense of direction. The mortal world gets more interesting at the point that they become useful for the end of the season. Sabrina gets more interesting as the leading character and their origins are surprising.
You should definitely give this show a shot. It's a pretty good show for teens about witchcraft.
Stranger Things (2016)
This show ending so soon is one of the most "Stranger Things"
Since its premiere, "Stranger Things" have been one of the most successful shows on Netflix. And I have to admit that it's a little bit overrated. Don't get me wrong. "Stranger Things" is a good show even if you don't let yourself be caught up by the nostalgia. But that's it. A excellent show that relies frequently on Nostalgia.
The first season is almost a masterpiece and probably if it were a limited series, it will be one of the most amazing shows in the world. The story is simple and full of mysteries that you want to discover. The characters are all interesting and they play an significant role for the plot and the development of this. The chemistry between the characters is good and the kids shine for being so excellent actors with such a good roles.
But season two is so mediocre. Most of the characters feel like they are there just because they were in the first season. For example, Nancy and Jonathan are there for the sake of being there and finally solve their obvious romance. Mike, who was the leading character in the first season, here is so annoying. The story is simple and it becomes great in the last 3 episodes (If you forget that 2x06 exists. That episode is so filler is never brought up again.).
Season 3 is so considerably better than season 2. The new characters are appealing and the use of the new characters from S2 is so much better. It feels as good as the first season with a story that it's not about mysteries anymore but about the fight of goods against monsters and corrupt government. The romance is also a focus of this show and it's moderately good. Mike is still annoying but Eleven is the real leading character of the kids plot.
"Stranger Things" is a very good and popular show. It's a delightful surprise that it's going to end in the next season (4 Seasons) but it's the ideal choice for this show to end while remains good.
Big Mouth (2017)
You can be ugly like "Big Mouth" and still be hormonal and funny.
Even if you like or not "Big Mouth," we can all agree in one thing. Big Mouth's animation is ugly. Compare Big Mouth with any other Netflix animated show like "Bojack Horseman", "Green eggs and Ham" and "Love, Death and Robots" and you will see how awful it is.
But don't you worry; "Big Mouth" does good things to compensate their animation. First of all, Big Mouth is relatable for your puberty years. So you would understand many things pretty easy and you understand why some character take the bad choices they take.
The world building for this animation is pretty extensive, but it's unclear at first. With the past of the seasons, you will be figuring out how it works. The hormone monsters are the best part of the show. Their jokes are always on point, and their designs are the best by far.
The way this show talks about some issues in growing up is superficial because this show doesn't want to get involved in controversies. The show just opens the basics for a discussion.
Big Mouth is funny and every season gets so much better and just a little bit more mature. My only complaint is that every season there's more random music than before.