7,5/10 … The show ties together several families and peoples destinies, and I like to follow them all. One of my favorite actor, Brandons (Jason Mitchell) adventure into the food business, the adolecent friends Kevin (Alex R. Hibbert), ‘Papa’ (Shamon Brown Jr.) and Jake (Michael Epps). The traumatized war veteran Ronnie (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, or the obsessed-by-sneakers highly potent Emmett (Jacob Latimore) … the list goes on. It takes a smaller dive in the 3rd season when one of the main characters disappers from the show, but it kind of picks up when the main crime story through the hole season is introduced to the show…

6,5/10 … Crime/Drama from Wales, with the emphasis on drama. I got to watch this after it was recommended to me by imdb since I liked the Canadian show Cardinal. But to make it clear immediately, it’s nothing like Cardinal. Anyway, I started to watch this and noticed I had already done that before. That time I came one and half episode in, then I quit. I found it to bleak and depressing, but don’t get me wrong, those traits are things I have no problems with. But this was more of a “white-trash-with-zero-ambitions-living-in-garbage-apartments-drinking-beer-all-day” depressing. But since it had about 7,5 on imdb and was recommended, I thought I would give it fair chance this time.

8/10 Year: 2021 (Miniseries)Genre: Crime/Thriller/DramaOriginal Country/Title: Spain/El InocenteSource: Streaming (Netflix) PLOT 9 years after getting himself involved in a quarrel and accidentally killing a man, Mateo (Mario Casas) attempts to start over with his wife Olivia (Aura Garrido). They will, however, be surprised by new developments that will tear their lives apart again. OPINION Yes, you […]

9/10 … This is right up my alley … dark, mysterious, moments that gives you goosebumps. It’s kind of slow but were you get to know the characters on a deeper level. The charismatic Grzegorz Damiecki (as Paweł) is simply amazing. Also the young versions of the kids made a really good job, Laura (Wiktoria Filus) and Pawel (Hubert Milkowski) and where very convincing in their affection for each other.

5/10 … I almost quit after episode one, but decided to stick with it a couple of episodes more. Why I was thinking about quitting? It kind of felt a bit to “disneyfied” for my taste, a bit too polished, too many actor faces that seems to be taken directly from a photo model catalogue. Overuse of handcuffs in situations it would never have been used in real life…

6,5/10 … The premise of the show sounded great, an FBI detective that disappeared when hunting a serial killer suddenly comes back after 6 years, I mean what’s not to like? As some of you might know, I’m not a fan of crime/thriller shows were they solve one case in 45 minutes. This not the case here, but it often plays out the same way. For example, one character is supposed to break in to a mental hospital, and gets told how hard it’s gonna be, 2 minutes later she as succeeded. Usually I would have given up by now, but there’s something “unknown” about the main characters background that I find intriguing, so I kept watching.

9/10 … So there’s a street called Wisteria Lane, in Fairview in the fictional Eagle State, and there lived 4 desperate housewives. One was a hot tempered Italian (Lynette), one was a Trump voting bible thumping stick up her ass housewife (Bree), the third a psychotic dipping her nose in everything that’s not her business (Susan) and should be euthanized for societies well being. Last but not least we have the whore (Gabrielle) who does everything for money, clothes and jewelry. She has an affair with a underage gardener, but have no problems telling other who have affairS that what they do is wrong…

7/10 … A real slow burn of a drama TV show, with nice slow character build up. Akili McDowell in the main lead as David is really good. But although I really enjoy the show and will watch the next episode, I can’t shake the feeling that something is missing, some extra dimension to the whole storyline…

9/10 … Conspiracy/cover-up movies is probably my absolute favorite genre, especially if it’s based on a true story. I think these are the most important movies of them all, movies that shows the real face of men in power. The willingness to sacrifice human lives for not losing “face” or to enrich themselves. Although, my questions always stands after these exposures…

10/10 … My extreme movie interest came from watching Horror movies as a child and I feel in love with the genre and the scares they gave me. Nowdays, I still watch horror, and it’s the genre I look out for new titles most. The problem is that nothing gives me that adrenaline kick of being frighten anymore, but movies like this one does. It’s tense and the element of true story makes this one amazing. It both feels me with that adrenaline rush that makes me talk to the people onscreen, on how they should act 🙂 … and makes me furious over these f**king religious degenerates.