Quirky Laughs at the View of Sex and Love
Tracy is virgin and don’t have a clue about love and relationships the right way without hurting an arm and a leg. This coming of age comedy from the UK, Tracy, a a crazy, outspoken girl raised by her strict religious mother and dealing with her shy but stubborn sister, learns the birds and the bees of love and someone she gets attacked and sometimes she get stung in different situations involving friendships, managing her love life and also fixing her crazy family. Actress Michaela Coel shows her quirkiness, and craziness naturally and brilliantly. This is definitely a gem out of the ordinary of comedy sitcoms.
Rating: 5 out of 5
It doesn’t Soothe Fans
Since Death Note started as an anime series it created quite a rapid momentum of attention around the world that created such an incredible phenomenon. Every one knows about the story of Light and the power he grabbed when the Death Note landed at his hands. Three movies later and even a TV show from Japan, now the US is trying to get their own adaptation of the series on Netflix. Sadly, it didn’t quite suit well with loyal fans. In this version, the story starts out well but suddenly it added an unwanted love story that drags the plot to unwanted stages of the movie. It breaks the mold of what the original story shouldn’t be in the first place: A disaster.
Rating: 2 out of 5
The Good Place
Eleanor Shellstrop is the most selfish, arrogant, loudmouth, narcisist woman who accidentally dies and ended up at The Good Place where she got her own house, meeting new friends and a soulmate to live for eternity. The problem however is that Eleanor has been place in the good place by mistake. And strange events are occurring to this little town. And trying to practice her good deeds doesn’t seem easier than being kicked out into the Bad Place.
Rating: 4 out of 5