TV Posts Tagged as 'Thriller'
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I was going to complain that the corn was killing my daddies (women included) but then Daddy Michael, Daddy Athena and Christmas happened. You bastards! 09-Dec-2019
Welcome back daddies! 25-Sep-2019
Unexpected thoughtfulness. 08-May-2019
I no longer have Buffy but I still have you. The last two episodes wrung every artistic sentiment my mind could withstand. Thank you. 06-Apr-2019
The company allowed the schmuck in me to celebrate Christmas. 02-Dec-2018
The daddy (Bassett and Hines included) heroics are inventive, the pulse quickens with current thinking and our hearts get pulled. 25-Oct-2018
A great action piece can energize an attention span but plugging the acting talent to words that allow them to emote beautifully is sublime. 12-Mar-2018
We're in dire need of heroes to save us and Murphy's latest gift is ready to give them to us. Connie Britton and Peter Krause have returned to dominant form, Angela Bassett is having fun and Oliver Stark is a fragile delicacy. The stunts wallop, the words are thoughtful and inclusive and Ryan and crew are experimental ninjas. 16-Jan-2018
A film practice run. It's hard to gear up for characters minutely defined especially when they easily accept transcendent ideas. We need insight to understand their choices. Debrianna Mansini casts a lustrous presence that established "no other dead need apply" and Theo Rossi squished craftily. 28-Oct-2019
You Are Wanted (2017-)
There were many pieces scattered and many more that fell into place. It was dark and relentless, assuming a person becoming as accused to protect love. Mama dragon, mama hearts, mama loner and mama kicker commanded their segments. The finale was a satisfying knit of everything that was carefully stitched before. 17-Oct-2019
Controlling a person and penetrating the third layer via tech. A cat and mouse thriller that thrills the more cues it drops. 15-Oct-2019
Man doesn't become until his woman nags him into it. There are two options to the mystery that are obviously dangled throughout the film's course. They are both marred by unnecessary glances that give away the plot, slight dialogue and perplexing demonstrations. Even when he's awkward, Worthington manages to remain squishy. 12-Oct-2019
Light As A Feather (2018-)
PLL...simplified, with less caffeine and no pretty dresses. It sticks to the rules it establishes and has the gumption to see a plot through. 07-Oct-2019
Secret Obsession (2019)
"Captain America" (Mike Vogel) cues us in but the film's refusal to delude, flips us off. 21-Sep-2019
Better Than Us (2018-)
The show is better than us. It carves a world where man can receive restitution for a feminist movement. It's not about robots but how we perceive them to be the sexual gratifiers, the mothers and the household maintainers of the future world. The more freedom granted to a woman the less a man needs her. The men are also tested by libido, masculine energy and faithfulness. Women have the capacity to liberate themselves from subjugation, even in a robotic state.
For every false move there are two excellent ones to eclipse it. This is the robot myth that should have preceded Battlestar. 11-Sep-2019
Robot fabulosity pulls you in but it's the intertwining story threads that keep you posted. 08-Sep-2019
I Am Mother (2019)
It's about control as much as it is about survival. All three characters are mothers because that is a woman's first natural instinct. It has the most force and the film acknowledges it. They battle, the direction alights the mood, it's subject is fresh and I was never bored. 04-Jul-2019
The thrill of the cum trampled by a kick in the balls. The delicacies of love entrenched by intrinsic mind bending. Badgley steals the crown structuring the depth of his humanity and indignation. 20-Apr-2019
Love, Death & Robots (2019)
It doesn't allow you much prep time. It dives right into the action (with mixed results) but the eye is warped to the land of innovative technical wizardry and it magnetizes. 26-Mar-2019
Psycho Mother In-Law (2018)
Romy Rosemont intuits psycho and Kari Matchett reaches stoic frustration. The house is gorgeous, the actresses are having fun, I like. 18-Mar-2019
Abducted In Plain Sight (2017)
The family is infuriating. It took a monster to expose the fragility and self-indulgence that exists in all families. They pat themselves for surviving it when they could have all prevented it if they weren't so glamorized by religion and horniness. Spoiler alert: when mommy, daddy and daughter describe their sexual encounters with monster they all sounded thirsty. Ridiculous. 03-Feb-2019
Bird Box (2018)
We get to conceptualize the threat, Paulson reads her lines in haste, nobody fucks with Bullock and Trevante Rhodes seizes beauty. 04-Jan-2019
Sometimes we need to take a trip to the land of fantastic in order for reality to sink in. The balls are unbreakable. 19-Dec-2018
A Christmas gift that explodes. 16-Dec-2018
It's high on a drug that doesn't exist. Nothing/everything makes sense. I stick with it because I want to see the child saved and because messy daddy keeps it angry and moving riotously. 27-Nov-2018
The series tackles mental health treatment and unlocks its mystery.
The length of it mattered because I was always surprised when each episode closed.
Every frame was effective.
Bobby Cannavale tears up his dip.
Stephen James piles the right amount of sincerity to make us care about his treatment.
Sissy Spacek. She deserves the show.
Alex Karpovsky. He creeps.
Shea Whigman. Every time he played with his glasses I shudddered with glee.
Marianne Jean-Baptiste. The kind of spectacle a mother should try to be.
Hong Chau. The perfect rise.
Julia Roberts. There is no bullshit. Her confidence in art is our trust. She lets no one down.
Written by people with forward self-reflections.
Sam Esmail. He shook it and rocked it until he reinvented it. Respect.
I was totally absorbed, grew a brain cell or two and became a fan. 14-Dec-2018