The dark and darkly comic The Boys continues with all the gore and violence as one might expect. If Hughie isn’t covered in blood, then something is truly missing.
What could have been an informative deep-dive into the history of the video game industry amounts to nothing more than a sort of virtual ‘Videogames for Dummies’ overview. The Netflix Original documentary series is sleek but shallow; too often missing the point, High Score is fun, but lacks re-playability. Gamers deserve more...
Discovery's spin on the spot is an interesting one, but the concept--not the course or the production--needs polish. Lacking any real stakes and serving as a reminder that high school never ends, Dodgeball Thunderdome comes close to hitting the mark but misses, nonetheless.
Season Two grants depth and nuance to each of the characters as they must save the word from their own misguided actions, again. It’s even more fun than the first season.
Don’t isn’t a novel idea, but it’s entertaining, some of the time. Packed with laughs, but lacking any really challenge, Don’t is worth checking out, and may be worth sticking with for a few weeks, if you can get over the whole “I can’t believe that guy just got paid forty-thousand-dollars to do something I’ve done, for free, on a bet” thing.