TV Posts Tagged as 'Director's Touch'
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Influence, The (2019)
Mother issues. Granny is scary, child is scarier and even though the threads are incomplete, the kills poke. 21-Oct-2019
Swoon worthy romance uplifted by an amiable cast, pensive writing, a beautiful girl and a squish with a killer accent. 18-Oct-2019
The revelations were gratifying, the show is invested and having Allison take the donuts, made me like her more. You can imagine how I felt when she shared them and ate them. 09-Oct-2019
Allison Tolman is making it her business to uphold the intrigue. I like that. 28-Sep-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
House Of The Witch (2017)
Boys hoping scares in a haunted house will make girls leap onto their laps. The director utilizes fresh tricks to scrub cliches out but he gets shackled like the group in the house. 02-Oct-2019
Perfect Date, The (2019)
The writers took the silly out of teen comedy, the director allowed Centineo to squish mightily and the production permitted the gays to stay until the end. Sweet. 30-Sep-2019
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The (2017-)
I think Amy-Sherman Palladino and Mr. Palladino have turned me bi-cranial. I can't hate them because they keep saying what I'm thinking. Mazel. 19-Sep-2019
The addiction starts right away but the spell is cast in the middle of season 2. There's Gilmore flash wit, character peak and writing punctuation. I may not have swayed in season 1 but I'm swaying now. 18-Sep-2019
No matter how cute, when a dog spends most of its time yipping and yapping we are incapable of seeing its soul. The writing punctures, the music helps and everyone is professional but I have to wonder if that's all there is. When we insert the sensibilities of our present to make the past more tolerable we are erasing the essence of time that brought it to life. 16-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
Sinner, The (2017-)
It doesn't best the first but it doesn't disrespect it either. The star quality is shared as a group with Pullman adding concerned exhaustion to his detective. The new mystery accelerates, deepens and hurls. Gay swatch, moppet intensity, daddy squish and juicy revelations abound. 03-Sep-2019
It terrifies with the psychology that no matter how virtuous the effort, parents can't take pride in giving life if they can't provide a way for the distressed to enjoy it.
Jessica Biel may be putting up walls but they're decorative. She has the same light that burned Farah's wings on.
I couldn't put the book down. 07-Jul-2018