Before everybody gets sweeped away with the storm that is End Game, I'd like to talk about this little Netflix show called "After Life". Ricky Gervais representing the most cynical British humor in an arc that is way more cathartic than I expected. In the same space as Louis CK's Louie, Aziz Ansari's Master of None, Bo Burnham's Make Happy, Hannah Gadsby's Nanette and Neal Brennan's 3 mics. Having loved all of these, one after the other. I think I might have a thing for comedians penning down an authentic slice of some very personal experiences. While there are people out there making content that give us messages about the world we live in, the culture, the politics that exist around us and the bigger purpose for what we all thrive for. This is a just a complete turn around.Read More
I'm a cynic for whenever a Netflix show presents me with a new and enticing concept because I know 9/10 times they will treat it like a gimmick and screw it up in their void of binge watching.
The 1 that's left, thankfully this show is a part of that club.
Sex education is a fresh take on the run down teen sex comedy genre. It manages to hold a conversation about the subject, find humor in it and laugh at the weirdness of how sex is perceived in the teenage mind and in movies as well.Read More
It's the Infamous 1984, Netflix hands us the power to make choices and control what happens in the story of Stefan. Taking concepts of meta-fiction and exploiting them a ton, the idea that sounds so good on paper ends up being a drag to get through.Read More