My favorite movie of all time. Absolute masterpiece. Thank you for this Guillermo.
I watched this a couple weeks ago but I can't stop thinking about it. Mainly because of Darren Criss and his portrayal of Cunanan. One of the best acting perfomances I have ever seen.
As a big true crime fan I'm loving all these docuseries from Netflix recently. I just think they could be a bit shorter. This dragged at times and could have been like two hours shorter.
But I liked that they covered most of the theories about what happened and didn't just focus on the parents. Which I kinda feared would happen after it came out that the McCanns were gonna sue them.
One of the best episodes of any show in recent years.
For all its faults in the last episodes/seasons Vikings still knows how to perfectly film a huge battle.
Well, that was a fucking amazing series. Bit of an underwhelming ending tough.
Best Discovery episode so far. We're in for a fantastic season.
Jesus, Ben Barnes is fucking killing it as Billy.
Decent episode in an overall good season but a terrible season finale. Think the show would have benefitted if it had two or three episodes more to flesh out characters and story.
The soundtrack in this show is absolutely phenomenal.
This feels historical. Netflix just reinvented how we will watch shows and movies in the future. The story is not really that interesting/compelling but it is worth to watch just for the concept alone.
I think by now I went trough all possible endings. Still want to see a chart with all possibilities tough.
Very minor spoilers: And I absolutely loved the 4th wall break when you pick Netflix in that one scene. And did anybody else think that one scene with the therapist where you choose 'Fuck yeah' was gonna lead to a sex scene?
At this point I think Narcos might actually be my favorite currently running show. Each season I think they can't keep up the quality because of major actor/character departures but they keep proving me wrong and are even improving IMO.
Richard Maddens acting through out the entire series but especially in this episode was absolutely phenomenal.
These onetake hallway fight scenes just keep getting better and better each time.
Netflix is on a roll with foreign shows right now. Hope that trend continues.
Best show on right now. And this could be considered only the start of the series as the pretty much all the amazing stuff in the books is only just now coming up. I'm excited.
The dream/hallucination sequence was absolutely fantastic.
The end credits with BTS of the cast and crew were amazing. I need a whole DVD of that.
Loving this so far. Especially the soundtrack and am already very invested in the characters. Could be a great one.
I personally didn't quite like the romance part of it and the plan itself has some serious plot holes but still I absolutely loved the show. Excellent acting, music, cinematography and interesting characters with. Plus an engaging and gripping story with mulitple twists and great action sequences.
Iain De Caestecker deserves all the awards.
Maybe I expected a bit too much but this was kinda disappointing. Had hoped it would go more into detail and get more personal/private behind the scenes a la 'Last Chance U'.
What we got is basically just a bunch of slowmotion shots of some games with some interviews in between saying 'Juve is a family' over and over again. Occasianally some shots looking behind the curtain (mostly just training). But nothing really that we haven't seen in countless BTS youtube videos of other clubs. Nothing in-depth. Almost to a level were it just seems like a long ad which I really hoped wouldn't happen but was to be expected.
Altough I have to say the cinematography is excellent. Gorgeous shots troughout. And the bit I liked the most was Pjanic at home with his son. More of that please.
But t's a start and I more than likely will watch the rest once it comes out. If it is succesful maybe more clubs will take a chance on something like this (I hear Man City is already planning something with Amazon) and it will get better from here on out. And I'm glad Netflix took this chance and got the ball rolling.
Also from a viewer perspective it would probably be more interesting to see a club that isn't as perfect as Juve.
IMO this show is neither as bad as the critics make it out to be nor as good as other comments here or other forums say. And that is mainly because of the second half (after the main villain got revealed). First half was very interesting murder mystery and cyberpunk at it's finest (also great world building). Then it just became a boring and generic hero fights villain from his past. With the villain being the absolute worst part about the show. Just unbelievable and over the top.
And I know books won't ever be put on film one to one but the changes they made here really made no sense. They don't take away from the show but are just unnecessary.
Also the dude that played the abuela and Dimi is fucking fantastic.
That shot circling Tak after the shuttle exploded was one of the most beautiful I've seen in a while
Gotta aplaud the genius marketing move by Netflx but the movie itself is pretty meh and most likely would have bombed in theaters (especially without the Cloverfield branding).
Looking at it as a standalone movie it's a standard and generic space station horror movie verging on being bad with really badly written dialogue.
But I really like how it ties together (altough rather loosely) the other two Cloverfield movies (who I think were both absolutely fantastic) and sets up future installments with unlimited story options (I hope they stay with the monster angle tough. The fourth and upcoming 'Overlord' heavily hints at somethin supernatural a la demons involved). Altough it very much feels like they made (or bought) a standard sci-fi movie and just slapped on everything Cloverfield related with reshoots.
So if you want to watch a simple standalone sci-fi movie you can just skip this one unless you're a big sci-fi fan as it does have decent actor performances, great CGI and cinematography but wonky writing.
But if you're like me and have been reading countless forums and theories about the Cloverfield monsters and aliens and their origins then definitely watch this. But be prepared to leave with more questions than you came in with (as was almost to be expected with JJ involved).
Like a fucked up child of Crank, Deadpool and all the other crazy shit you can think of.
Thank you for this SyFy. Blood brilliant show.
Pretty much a perfect miniseries. Intriguing characters and overall story with amazing actors, great cinematography and an absolutely fantastic soundtrack.
I still very much enjoyed all of the episodes but I didn't like that almost the entire season (execpt for Metalhead) used a variation of the cookie/consciousness transfer concept. Obviously a small nitpick as they still manage to tell interesting story with that concept but I really loved that earlier episodes all had different future techs and concepts.
And I feel like they kinda toned down on the darkness and 'depression feeling' since being produced by Netflix. Netflix BM kinda feels like a watered down version of C4 BM.
'Let's just fuck off somewhere.'
I need that spin-off right fucking now!
Absolutely loved the setting and world building.