TV Posts Tagged as 'Open End'
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Good Place, The (2016-)
Finale. I liked the idea that we choose when to end our lives. Every character was sentimentally dismissed and Danson squished the mightiest. 04-Feb-2020
When you free a series from the restraints of discipline and thought, it becomes everything and nothing. The romance is ill matched plus unfeeling and the hottie/asian is suffering from acute stupidity. 27-Jan-2019
It moved forwards predictably, simplifying life without ever defining it. 30-Sep-2018
It coasts on adorability (Ted Danson and Jason Mendoza) but the writers have a knack for erasing the outline and having them/us recommence. They also pat themselves on the back by having an asian represented as inane but I find that limits the actor and society will think they're all stupid. You couldn't find a medium that doesn't propel an insult? 12-Feb-2018
Twice Upon A Time (2019-)
Back to the future for love. The outline leaves you screaming for more but the two leads grind so intently, they keep you posted. 25-Dec-2019
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (2013-2018)
The man courageously ventured into the world to experience the diversity significant to it. We explored alongside him. Bourdain passed because after regarding everything about life, he couldn't latch on to one beautiful thing to keep him grounded to it. Rest in peace, dude. 07-Oct-2018
Claire In Motion (2016)
The female directors highlight the naturalness in Betsy Brandt's performance while celebrating through unobtrusiveness, someone's everyday life. The clues piled add to the freak but not to the whole and the film evaporates when they open end it. 17-Oct-2017