“Love, Death & Robots” is like acid contrast with aesthetics but a natural medium full of vision.
“The End of the F***ing World” is indeed a weird title.
“Bandersnatch” puts Whitehead with Poulter as a video game living both of them.
This season closes with its horror, unsettling stories, and a remarkable reflection of our future and today’s world.
“The Office” feels like a modern sitcom that’s different from its predecessor or sitcom in general.
Esmail is everything and when it comes to “Mr. Robot”, it was one of the promising shows to live up the standard premise.
The season finale captures the beauty of tragedy and what’s actually “Breaking Bad” itself.
This season is a representation of a pessimism grows up as analog.
And that’s why the fourth season is a powerful illustration in describing “Breaking Bad” we know.
Sam Esmail back at the game in this second season, producing something more, more than realistic.