Category: Television Reviews

REVIEW: Trust Season 1, Episode 3

*Spoilers* This week’s episode of Trust, “La Dulce Vita,” opens with Paul Getty III and his friends partying and doing drugs. In the streets people are rioting and all appears to be chaos. Meanwhile, a man named Primo is burgling the home of an elderly couple; at first he’s just goi...

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REVIEW: Trust – Season 1, Episodes 1 and 2 “The House of Getty” and “Lone Star”

John Paul Getty Sr. was determined to be the world’s wealthiest private citizen. He owned numerous oil fields and companies, which came to be known collectively as the Getty Oil Company. He was an extremely shrewd businessman who re-invented the oil industry, but his legacy seems to be intertwined...

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REVIEW: American Crime Story Season 2 (2018)

When American Crime Story first aired in 2016, everyone was in awe. I myself wrote a glowing review of the first season. It had everything: fantastic performances, astounding attention to detail, drama, irony and a fascinating look at a hugely impactful series of events. I vaguely remember hearing t...

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REVIEW: Jessica Jones Season 2

Jessica Jones Season 2 follows the titular hard drinking private eye after the events of last year’s The Defenders. Jessica and Malcolm are plugging away at Alias Investigations when Trish brings to light disturbing aspects of Jessica’s past. The deeper Jessica digs, the more personal this case ...

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Altered Carbon Season One Review

Altered Carbon follows Takeshi Kovacs, a man who was put “on ice” nearly two hundred and fifty years prior, as he is brought in to investigate the murder of Laurens Bancroft to win his freedom. However, the more Kovacs digs, the the more disturbing the secrets become. Going into Altered Carbon, ...

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REVIEW: “Crisis on Earth-X” DC/CW Crossover Miniseries

Last year’s big DC/CW crossover, “Invasion!” was a triumph, uniting the heroes of four comic book series for a massive adventure that was fun while furthering each of the show’s arcs (some more than others). It also managed to leave behind most of the shows’ individual weaknesses and, in s...

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